This was one of the largest articles at Gizmo’s Freeware and it has long needed to be divided into two smaller articles. Now that task is complete, I should be able to complete some additions and improvements which couldn’t be applied last time I tried.
So I took out the hard drive, connected it to a PC and let SpinRite at it on level 2. From: Tim Green in Germany
Subject: Spinrite fixes PS3s too
Just for a change, SpinRite also fixes PlayStations: We have a relatively old PS3 that we use mainly as a DVD and BluRay player and media center. It started acting up recently, hanging on bootup and exhibiting other strange stutters and pauses at unexpected times. Thanks once again for the only really useful hard disk maintenance and recovery utility I have ever encountered. Just over an hour later I put the drive back in the PS3 and booted up for a complete transformation. All the best to you, Leo and all of both of your loved ones for a happy and joyful Christmas break and thanks again. 12/21/2014 — Spinrite fixes PS3s too. And also of course for all your insight, information and wisdom in the show every week, which I have listened to as unfailingly as you have produced it ever since episode 1. Not only has it stopped hanging on startup, but it now also feels generally snappier and smoother.
As you approach a requirement exceeding 3000-4000 simultaneous connections, you will have to instead fan out to more instances of IHS, generally on different OS instances. Exceeding this soft limit is not recommended and may result in unpredictable/unintuitive behavior.
First, it keeps things simpler and neater. You know where
your files are. Secondly, there is less chance of disks running out of space: your
data files are not competing for space with the backup files and your tempdb
has its own dedicated space to grow.
It had already been shown to be solid and it helped relieve some of the painful process of finding bugs. This also meant that with Ezod’s help, Jphr’s ruleset has gone on to be the first to be fully supported by single player mode. It made sense for us to suggest that the AI guys target this ruleset.
Original title: Server Busy I get a Server Busy popup with the message: “This action cannot be completed because the other program is busy. Choose ‘Switch To’ to.
If the static files are maintained by untrusted users, you may want to disable this option in the configuration file, in order to prevent those untrusted users from creating symbolic links to private files that should not ordinarily be served. But disabling FollowSymLinks to prevent this problem will result in performance degradation since the web server then has to check every component of the pathname to determine if it is a symbolic link.
It offers buttons to “Switch To” (highlighted) “”Retry” and “Cancel” (greyed out) This. Every time I switch on my desktop and/or laptop I get a “Server Busy” message.
For example, if Microsoft hotfix KB2998527 is installed on the user device, install this hotfix on the server. Fix #LC1392 is installed on the user device. Microsoft Hotfix KB2870165 on the server if the server operating system is Windows Server 2008 R2 Service Pack 1. The same Microsoft time zone update hotfix on the user device and the server.
I thought for a second, got a smile on my face, and pulled out my SpinRite CD. During one of the episodes, you described how SpinRite worked and I decided to buy a copy to put it into my IT ‘toolbox’ on the off chance I ever needed it. I just took a Graduate Assistant position, doing IT support for a department in my school, and was setting up a KVM switch for a faculty member. Off it went, on Level 2. After it finished, one sector wasn’t recovered, so I crossed my fingers and rebooted the computer. One computer was in an blue screen of death loop and Windows recovery wasn’t working. The Windows 7 start up sound never sounded so good. It will (and should have) come first in line to fix my problems. It is finally my chance to say thank you for this awesome product. Computers were shut down, cables were hooked up, and power was restored, but. Well, tonight was the night. 5 years ago and have been hooked ever since. 07/02/2014 — A short and sweet Tweet (to @SGgrc) Who: Matt in Atlanta
Date: Fri, 07 Feb 2014
Subject: SpinRite is the hero; I get the credit
I started listening to Security Now 1. Side note, I decided to run SpinRite on the drive a second time and the one unrecovered sector was good. I presume that was just SpinRite doing its thing.
We recommend using a maximum of 100 if your server handles a lot of SSL traffic, so that the client load is spread among multiple child processes. The SSL CPU utilization will be lower with lower values of ThreadsPerChild. (Note: This optimization is not possible on Windows, which supports only a single child process.
Luckily, Google blessed us with more slots then we could manage (we ended up giving back two) and it was decided to take a risk. By the end of the summer Ezod had not disappointed — he had the basics working — but it would take another 9 months and integrating the work of two other students before we would reach the release we have today.