Monthly Archives: April 2010

Regenerate AWstats when using log rotation

Somewhere last week I configured AWstats for our Connections environment to figure out what the usage is and to see what our  busiest usage period is. Because we use cronolog to rotate our access.log file on our IHS server, every … Continue reading

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Multiple server SSO config breaks River-of-News

This blog item is about a longstanding issue that we had with the River-of-News function on the Homepage of Connections. The problem that we had was that the River-of-News function broke down when SSO functionality was active before navigating to … Continue reading

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It’s a done deal

This morning I took my Lotus Connections 2.5 exam and passed it successfully :-). I found this real exam a little bit harder then the test exam from Prometric I took last week.  A few questions about Files and Wikis … Continue reading

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Lotus Conections 2.5 exam

Next Monday I’m going to take the LOT-987 exam, aka Administering IBM Lotus Connections 2.5. To prepare myself for this one I took this test exam fromthe prometric site. http://www-03.ibm.com/certify/tests/samL987.shtml I went smoothly through this test exam, didn’t do muchpreparation … Continue reading

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Mapping groups to a role in Lotus Connections

I tried to figure out how I could map a group toa role as used by the Lotus Connections apps. It would be handy if I could create a group like blogadminswhich contains all the people which require adminprivileges on … Continue reading

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making photos with my bb and put them straight on the web :-) cool

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Writing posts on my blackberry

This is fun creating posts on my bb for my blog. All with the blackberry wordpress plugin from http://blackberry.wordpress.org

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Linux Fake-RAID vs. Software RAID

While my server suffered some (serious) downtime behind the scenesI dove into the concept of RAID setups on Linux. I al ready had configureda Software RAID used to save my precious data but had no cluethere were differences in RAID … Continue reading

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