ever wondered where TSM stores its passwords? Documentation and lots of websites are talking about the file TSM.PWD, but where is it? Voilà: /etc/adsm/TSM.PWD
…still has some problems using the CalDAV interface, see the communigate mailing list, while it works great with the latest DAViCal. Lightning/Thunderbird also has issues with self-signed SSL-certificates, see Mozilla Bug #523555.
just to remember how to test if a certain directory and its files are included in the backup using the TSM commandline interface: ./dsmc preview backup -console /path/to/dir/ delete one or more files from your backup (NOTE: the quotes in … Read More »
see CPAN-Module für Ubuntu (german)
to create a user for doing automated backups of a MySQL installation that doesn’t have more than the necessary privileges, use the following statement: GRANT RELOAD, SELECT, LOCK TABLES ON . TO ‘backup’@‘localhost’ IDENTIFIED BY ‘some_reasonable_password’;
for mail in $(sudo mailq | grep frozen | cut -c 11-26) ; do sudo exim4 -Mrm $mail done extend or adjust the grep-pattern as required by your situation…
by far the best article I’ve read for somebody used to subversion (and tied to an SVN-repo) who wants to use git locally: Git-SVN: Whys And Hows thanks!!
required packages: qemu-arm-static see: binfmt sudo debootstrap —foreign —verbose \ —variant=buildd —arch arm \ lenny `pwd`/lenny_arm \ http://ftp.de.debian.org/debian/
Ever got messages like this in your Apache logfiles, wondering why setting properties via a client on your (otherwise working) WebDAV is failing? Could not open the property database. [500, #205] (2)No such file or directory: Could not open property … Read More »