Monthly Archive: January 2014

Jan 31

Lo nuevo en el Re-instalable 4 de Aspel-NOI 7.0

Lo nuevo en el Re-instalable 4 de Aspel-NOI 7.0 En este número de Enlace Aspel, se describen las mejoras que se realizaron al Sistema Aspel-NOI 7.0 con el re-instalable No.4, la forma en la que se puede obtener esta mejora es: 1. Desde www.aspel.com.mx/descarga, haciendo clic en el apartado Aspel-NOI 7.0, eligiendo la opción Aspel-NOI 7.0 Re-instalable …

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Jan 30

Resolve: Failed to establish a connection with host: the credentials supplied to the package were not recognized (0x8009030D).

Resolve: Failed to establish a connection with host: the credentials supplied to the package were not recognized (0x8009030D). When working with Hyper-V you might have the need to transfer a Virtual Machine from one host to another but might run into the following error message when trying: “Failed to establish a connection with host ‘TARGETVMHOST’: …

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Jan 30

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Jan 22

The IO operation at logical block address 0 for Disk 7 was retried.

The IO operation at logical block address 0 for Disk 7 was retried. When working with Multipath IO (MPIO) like when using iSCSI it is possible you might run across the message: The IO operation at logical block address X for Disk X was retried. This initially looks like trouble although truly it is more …

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Jan 17

How to: Reload your NginX Configuration

How to: Reload your NginX Configuration Sometimes when working with NginX you come across the need to reload your configuration for the changes made to your .conf files take place. Although this is a simple task some considerations and best practices should be followed for optimal results: Verify that your configuration files “compile”. Execute nginx …

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Jan 17

Resolve: Nginx – 413 Request Entity Too Large

Resolve: Nginx – 413 Request Entity Too Large When working with WordPress you might come across a message that indicates HTTP Error when uploading any media to your site. Obviously there are tons of things that could cause this error, like the memory you have allocated to PHP, or even some NginX configuration might cause …

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Jan 17

How to: Install Security Updates from the command line in Ubuntu

How to: Install Security Updates from the command line in Ubuntu Lately as I log in to an Ubuntu box I get messages indicating that there are security updates available for Ubuntu but I have struggled to get them installed. 13 packages can be updated. 13 updates are security updates. Traditional one would use apt-get update; …

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Jan 17

Does Jetpack’s Photon damage Image SEO?

Does JetPack’s Photon damage Image SEO? Thus far I haven’t been able to find concrete proof of this but it probably does have an impact. Why is that? Because the URL being served is from a different site than yours which results in Google or other search engines associating that picture to them not you. …

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Jan 06

SharePoint Error 0x800700DF: The File Size Exceeds the Limit Allowed and Cannot be Saved

SharePoint Error 0x800700DF: The File Size Exceeds the Limit Allowed and Cannot be Saved When working with SharePoint 2013 and Sky Drive Pro I was transferring some files from our OnPremise server to Microsoft’s Office 365 site when I came across error  0x800700DF: The File Size Exceeds the Limit Allowed and Cannot be Saved. Generally …

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