Category Archives: CentOS

NIC bonding with Red Hat/CentOS

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Here are simple instructions on how to configure network interface bonding on Red Hat based distros. The thing I always forget. There’s also a little script which will create a bonding interface bond0 between eth0 and eth1 and migrate existing IP settings from eth0. You can find it in the bottom of this post.
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HP Array Configuration and Diagnostic Utilities on Linux

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Getting the HP Array Configuration Utility (ACU) and the Array Diagnostic Utility (ADU) for Linux to work was non-trivial. It does not seem to be supported anymore, but I managed to get it working on CentOS 5 running on an HP ProLiant DL185 G5.

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