More and more often I stumble into the darkness of unexplained problems regarding the stability of my servers, hence the idea that servers are there to serve-you, but mine's annoying us a lot more. 

I have decided to split the main server up, gonna buy very soon a new machine and make it simple Windows 2012 R2 and install all needed and then pick a server and transfer the software to the newer machine.

This way I can appoint more memory to the single process.

 

I started out with one server, using only 8 Gb memory, and I did try to get to the bottom and pulled out all the power the machine could give. Once I installed twice the amount of memory, my server (windows 2012) had a real hard time adressing this newly added memory. Resulting in constant reset of the machine...

So I had to remove the memory from the motherboard, darn! Because I remembered that Windows server 2012 and all its predecessors have had problems upgrading after installation is done, it might have something to do with registering the memory and Windows being unable to see that the newly installed memory is good-enough-to-go. Same goes for all other upgrades, but I noticed a difference...  Memory is the real problem if there was a piece of hardware like harddisk, graphics, expansioncards..... etc....that would be accepted all the time.  This is a simple action, deregister item, (remove from hardwarelist), restart server, install / import the new item, check if server says it is ok, then start working and watch behavior...

 

Something like that.

Microsoft never gives info about this procedure, but it makes sense.....

Well, If you have similar results like I did, then I hope you won't have to buy a new server...

 

Good luck

As the title does suggest, I think there is something really wrong with either the hardware or the software...

So, what is the matter? I placed 20th march double size memory in this server, it went bad to worse....so I returned it a day later.

Just to tell you that 8GB *2 replaced by 16GB *2 is not always a good decision. It did not work. Even opening simple chrome and explore the internet was not done, i saw errors whom I never saw before, even with all my years as system administrator and worked with IT during the rise of the Internet. So weird, I had encountered in the past problems with memory in pc's, but now it was a server...

Long story short? I have still 8 GB in my server, MC runs within 2GB * 2 and a hub of 512 Mb, that does it for now.

 

Until I can afford a Xeon, with 16 or 32 GB, i'll let this rest for now.

Hello, i have to tell you that this website was out of control for the past few days... Unfortunately...

No, I did pay all bills, even the electricity cool but to be honest, I can't control everything in this world, even if I wish I could.

 

So stay tuned, I know you won't, but I am this honest to tell you....

Much on this website is gonna go life about a lot of things regarding games that I like best.

 

 Try to find a better place for your website?

 

I have been working on and off on this website just to make the looks and feel a bit better.... It has been quit a while that I worked with Joomla, that was in the 1.5 version region.

Now I noticed that the basics are the same but the graphical part is so much improved, that I was amazed that the Joomla team made it into this professional looking CMS. (Content Management System, if you did not know)

So to the team i want to say thank you obviously for your hard work; donation has been completed. 

Now where I left off:

This picture test is pointing now in the direction of the ART slideshow, but that can change..... I am trying to figure out a way to make more slideshows possible, but that is for a later point. Now, enjoy and leave a message that contributes...

It's easy to get started here on this website. Knowing some of the basics will help.

What is a Content Management System?

A content management system is software that allows you to create and manage webpages easily by separating the creation of your content from the mechanics required to present it on the web.

In this site, the content is stored in a database. The look and feel are created by a template. Joomla! brings together the template and your content to create web pages.

Logging in

To login and to be able to create and edit articles and even delete your own, you have to register first to make this possible. When registered, an email will be send to your given email adres with a confirmation or activation link. After this step you are able to post on this forum. You can also post as guest but this will be screened first. So make it simple for yourself and register, its much easier.... and for me to keep track who and what!

Creating an article / reply or edit

Once you are logged-in, a new menu will be visible. To create a new article, click on the "Submit Article" link on that menu.

The new article interface gives you a lot of options, but all you need to do is add a title and put something in the content area. To make it easy to find, set the state to published.

You can edit an existing article by clicking on the edit icon (this only displays to users who have the right to edit).

To close things for now

There is (going to be) a lot to see here, but I find it also boring at times, so don't forget to have fun and play some games on your computer.....

 

Have fun!

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