GlusterFS MySQL my.cnf Settings

Posted in Uncategorized on November 29th, 2015 by termina

This doesn’t seem to be clearly documented, but to make this persistent add the following under your [mysqld] section of my.cnf


external_locking = TRUE
delay_key_write = Off
query_cache_size = 0

Cisco IOS Import Wildcard Certificate

Posted in Uncategorized on April 30th, 2014 by termina

crypto ca trustpoint comodo
enrollment terminal
chain-validation stop
revocation-check none

crypto ca authenticate comodo
[Comodo ROOT CA]

crypto ca import comodo pkcs12 tftp: password PASSWORDYOUUSED
[Exported PFX]

Cisco IOS Import UCC Certificate

Posted in Uncategorized on April 30th, 2014 by termina

This assumes you have already requested and received your UCC certificate (IIS/Apache/etc.)

crypto ca trustpoint godaddy
enrollment terminal
chain-validation stop
revocation-check none

crypto ca authenticate godaddy
Root Godaddy CA Cert (gd-class2-root.crt)

!Intermediate trustpoint
crypto ca trustpoint intermediate-primary
enrollment terminal
chain-validation continue godaddy
revocation-check none

crypto ca authenticate intermediate-primary
This is the first file inside the PFX container (gd-g2_iis_intermediates​)

crypto ca trustpoint intermediate-secondary
enrollment terminal
chain-validation continue intermediate-primary

crypto ca authenticate intermediate-secondary
This is the second file inside the PFX container (gd-g2_iis_intermediates)

crypto pki import godaddypriv pkcs12 tftp: password PASSWORDHERE
#pkcs12 you export from Windows

crypto pki trustpoint intermediate-secondary
rsakeypair godaddypriv

crypto ca import intermediate-secondary certificate
This should be the CRT godaddy gave you, the file you import into IIS

Enable Write Cache in Linux/ESX 5.5 on HP Servers

Posted in Uncategorized on March 12th, 2014 by termina

If not running ESX, ignore the “esxcli” portion.

Get the Slot # of your controller

esxcli hpssacli cmd -q "controller all show detail"

Apply the change (this will force write cache even if the battery is low/missing)

esxcli hpssacli cmd -q "ctrl slot=1 modify dwc=enable forced"

Tested on an HP DL380 G5 (ESX 5.5)

Vostro 1400 Issues Fixed in Ubuntu Hardy 8.04

Posted in Uncategorized on March 1st, 2008 by termina

I installed Alpha 5 of Ubuntu Hardy 8.04 and have had VERY possitive results.

Fixed issues are:


After some time my laptop’s fan would turn on and off (from i8k’s 1 setting to 2) whether i8k was loaded or not (i8k would not load without force=1). It did this constantly and was very loud.

This behavior started after many kernel upgrades of 7.10. 8.04 Alpha 4 also had this problem.

The issue seems resolved; my fan stays at setting 1 (fan on low speed). I have not heard it go to setting 2 (high speed) yet, but my laptop does not usually run hotter than 40oC.

Update: i8k does not allow you to turn the fan to the second setting; the hardware seems to control when the fan is turned on high. I notice that the fan seems to respond more to the GPU’s temperature than the CPUs temperature. CPU is usually less than 40oC however, so I’m not concerned.


This was a major issue with Ubuntu. 7.10 required an option in /etc/modprobe.d/alsa-base (model=3stack). 8.04 did not work at all (I filed a bug report in launchpad that solved this issue).

This latest Alpha fixed the issue.


I have a  GeForce 8400M GS. 7.10 had issues with my card (some kernels could not handle ‘nvidia’ and I had to settle for ‘nv’). Compiz had very strange bugs too (windows could glitch up, lots of twitching when maximizing windows).

8.04 has resolved these issues (for now). Compiz is working beautifully for the first time, and ‘nvidia’ is loaded without issue.

LCD Lid stays on when closed

I noticed recently that the LCD stays on after I close the lid of my laptop. This is a waste of power, and causes the laptop to run hotter than it should.

Edit /etc/acpi/ and add the following line after /usr/share/acpi-support/screenblank

xset dpms force off