Very simple play to do updates to RPM and DEB based systems.
You are running the older release of Crashplan (CrashPlanPRO 2010-03-08) and you want to run the crashplan client headless on a newer distribution of Linux. The problem arises when the Linux kernel is 3.2.x or higher. The crashplan client on the linux box gives you this error: Exception in thread “W736065360_ScanWrkr” java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: Could not initialize class com.backup42.jna.inotify.InotifyManager at com.backup42.jna.inotify.JNAInotifyFileWatcherDriver.(JNAInotifyFileWatcherDriver.java:22) at […]
So here I am in my office at ipHouse finishing up the last runs of benchmarking reviewing my posts I have already done for Tegile’s Zebi and Tintri T540 appliances. I still need to finish one for Nexsan but won’t have time until later this weekend to complete it.
As I am getting closer to posting the actual results I wanted to share the storage and testing configurations now instead of including all of this in the results posting.
For years I have been a FreeBSD bigot. I love FreeBSD, the stability, performance, ease of use, and steady progression. But… Updates are kind of a chore, there is no such thing as true incremental updates, you either do patch updates against RELEASE, or you do world updates against STABLE. I am a STABLE kind of admin so my updates […]
The splintering of Linux distributions seems to be continuing! This week, I have had requests for PHP versions 5.3 and 5.2 on both Red Hat EL 5 and CentOS 5 – though never distribution supports higher than 5.1.6 in the official repositories. PHP 5.2 has been out quite a while. Ubuntu Hardy LTS has it and it is 2 years […]
Wowzers, quite a little thread going on in a newsgroup, but really, what’s the big deal? I think I know… Not everyone uses the Internet for viewing web pages and downloading pr0nself-help videos and television shows. The Internet itself has become much easier for the layman to use, and with that, these historical services are no longer needed and support […]