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[C++] – A plain simple sample to write to and read from shared memory
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Ulrich Krause    

If you have two programs ( or two threads ) running on the same computer, you might need a mechanism to share information amongst both programs or transfer values from one program to the other. One of the possible solutions is “shared memory”. Most of us know shared memory only from server crashes and the like. Here Continue reading →

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http://www.eknori.de/2015-09-15/c-a-very-basic-sample-to-write-to-and-read-from-shared-memory/
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Extreme slow RDP performance on Windows 2012 R2 server running on VMware ESXi
Fri, Sep 8th 2017 6:16a   Ulrich Krause
I am running a  Windows 2012 R2 servers on a VMware ESXi environment ( 6.5.0 Update 1 (Build 5969303 ) . I experience an extreme poor performance on the Windows 2012R2 server when connection with any RDP-client ( Windows and Mac ) The hardware shouldn’t be an issue. the server does not have a high overall Continue reading →
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SSH2_MSG_UNIMPLEMENTED packet error with PuTTY and RHEL 7.2
Fri, Sep 1st 2017 9:19a   Ulrich Krause
I recently updated one of my RHEL 7.2 servers with yum update -y. After a reboot, I tried to connect to the machine using PuTTY client, but the connection faild with the following error: To solve the issue, open the configuration for the connection and navigate to SSH -> Kex. In the “Algorithm selection policy”, Continue reading →
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IBM Verse on Premises 1.0.2 available an Passport Advantage
Wed, Aug 30th 2017 5:13a   Ulrich Krause
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[FREE] – midpoints Let’s Encrypt 4 Domino (LE4D)
Wed, Aug 23rd 2017 4:41p   Ulrich Krause
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[FREE] – midpoints Let’s Encrypt For IBM Domino
Mon, Aug 21st 2017 3:52p   Ulrich Krause
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What is the SIZE of a Docker container?
Mon, Aug 21st 2017 8:45a   Ulrich Krause
I recently was  asked, if it is possible to tell the size of a container and, speaking of disk-space, what are the costs when running multiple instances of a container. Let’s take the IBM Domino server from my previous post as an example. You can get the SIZE of a container with the following command: # docker ps Continue reading →
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What is the SIZE of a Docker container?
Mon, Aug 21st 2017 8:45a   Ulrich Krause
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Domino on Docker
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Domino on Docker
Sun, Aug 20th 2017 8:23a   Ulrich Krause
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[Docker CLI] – Delete Containers
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