Wondering how to fix SolusVM: “cannot find device eth0” error? We can help you
Often SolusVM users report to us that they get this error while using their network.
Here at Bobcares, we handle requests from our customers to fix similar errors as a part of our Server Management Services.
Today we will see how our Support Engineers fix this for our customers.
Wondering how to resolve ‘The RPC server is unavailable’ error? We will help you with that.
The error appears on Windows when a communication error occurs between two computers in a network.
The computer (an RPC client) cannot connect to a remote computer (an RPC server). So, the program we are running does not work and returns an RPC error because it cannot access data on the remote host.
As a part of our Server Management Services, our Support Engineers helps to fix similar errors regularly.
Today let us discuss some common causes for this error and how our Support Engineers tackle them.
Wondering how to Boot a guest using PXE? We can help you.
The Preboot Execution Environment (PXE) is an industry-standard client/server interface. It allows to remotely boot networked computers that do not have an operating system configured yet.
PXE works with the Network Interface Card (NIC) of the system thus, making it function like a boot device.
Here at Bobcares, we handle guest servers of our customers as a part of our Server Management Services.
Need to know the Advantages of SAN over NAS? We can help you.
Network-attached storage (NAS) and Storage area network (SAN) were developed to solve the problem of making stored data available to a lot of users at once. Each of them provides dedicated storage for a group of users.
Here at Bobcares, we handle disk and storage-related issues of our customers as a part of our Server Management Services.
Today, we will discuss in detail the Advantages of SAN over NAS.
Wondering how to fix ‘Failed to restart network.service’? We can help you.
Network scripts are deprecated in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8 and no longer provided by default.
In Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8, to run the ifup and the ifdown scripts, NetworkManager must be running.
By default, if we try to use legacy network.service unit file it will not be available and may end up showing the following error.
[root@rhel-8 ~]# systemctl restart network
Failed to restart network.service: Unit network.service not found.
Here at Bobcares, we fix similar issues as a part of our Server Management Services. Today, let’s see how our Support Techs fix this for our customers.
‘The Local Device Name is Already in Use’ error relates to network drive mapping. It is quite a common occurrence among people who work with network-based systems on a daily basis.
Here at Bobcares, our Experienced Server Admins assist our clients in resolving this error.