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Strange behaviour with cron script not running [duplicate]

I recently stumbled upon a strange issue with cron on Ubuntu 13.10. I have a Ruby On Rails rake task (background task) that needs to be run on Cron every 3 minutes. So the script itself works and ...
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What's the default username and password for the VM Depot “Redis Server 2.6.9 Ubuntu 12.04 LTS”?

I've got this server running on a local Hyper-V host, but can't log in because I don't know the username and password for it. http://vmdepot.msopentech.com/Vhd/Show?vhdId=147&version=254 I set ...
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Copied redis dump.rdb server to new server, only loads < 5 MB into memory instead of ~1 GB from previous server

I am migrating redis servers (from 2.2 to 2.6, if that's relevant), and after I do a "SAVE" on the old box and copy the file to the new box, I put it in the same location from /etc/redis/redis.conf as ...
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How to install Redis - executables missing after make

Trying to install Redis on Ubuntu 12.04.2 LTS. I ran the steps from the website: wget http://download.redis.io/redis-stable.tar.gz tar xvzf redis-stable.tar.gz cd redis-stable make And then: sudo ...
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node.js, mongodb, redis, on ubuntu performance degradation in production, RAM is free, CPU 100%

As the question title suggests, I'm having an hard time to figure out what can be improved on my application(or tuned in the os, ubuntu) to achieve an acceptable performance. But first I'll explain ...
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Allowing access to redis port for only specific servers with ufw

I've installed ufw on my Ubuntu 10.04 server. The only thing running on that server is going to be ElasticSearch and Redis. Redis uses port 6379. I only want two different IPs to be able to access the ...
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Force apt-get not to upgrade a custom package dkpg [duplicate]

I've created my own deb package for Redis 2.6.11 instead of the very old default version for Ubuntu. All works well except when I do an apt-get upgrade it tries to install what it thinks is the latest ...
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How to stop every incoming traffic except from 1 ip, on an ubuntu server [closed]

I have 1 server that runs Redis on port 7632. I want to block all incoming traffic to that server, for this port, except from my web server and from localhost. My web server ip is, for this example, ...
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Troubleshooting poor disk IO performance

Note that while this question is a little Redis-specific, the main problem is generic: a process takes so much HDD IO write bandwidth that other processes can't write anything. We've got an Ubuntu VM ...
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How can I set up redis to run automatically on my Ubuntu machine the way it does on mac

On my (new) mac I can use spork and redis seems to be already running. However on my Ubuntu system (11.10) I get Connection refused - Unable to connect to Redis on localhost:6379 ...
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How do I install the latest stable version of Redis?

I am new to redis. and I just followed cli to install redis sudo apt-get install redis. but the install server version is 2.2.12 . If I want to update this version and I want to install redis 2.7 + ...
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Setting Up Redis-py in ubuntu

I am trying to install redis-py or redis-rb (preferably redis-py) but none of the sites I visit and the blogs I have read have provided a solution that has been satisfactory. Can anyone please tell me ...
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Am I using too much memory? (Rails on EC2 with Resque)

I am looking at the memory usage of the Rails application (it uses background processes via Resque) and since the common answer to the question, "how many workers is too many" was "test and see", I ...
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What steps are required to ensure more than 1024 clients can connect to redis?

I require more than 1024 clients to be connected to a single redis instance at once. My redis process runs as user ubuntu. I have edited /etc/security/limits.conf to specify: ubuntu soft nofile 65535 ...
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How can I block port 6379 for outside traffic on ubuntu?

I want to block access to port 6379 on my server, but I still want to connect to it internally. The redis-server application runs on that port and I want to connect to it only locally (127.0.0.1). ...
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Separate server for Resque workers

I'm trying to segment a few servers for a Rails project and part of that is entertaining the idea of isolating Resque workers to their own box. I already have Redis broken out, but is it common to ...
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Redis won't shutdown

Most of the time when I reboot my Ubunutu server, I get "Waiting for Redis to shutdown…" over and over and it never stops until I force reboot. What could cause this? I have http://godrb.com/ ...
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Not able to setup juggernaut push notification server on ubuntu

I am developing a ruby on rails application to implement chat. I am not able to setup juggernaut server in production mode. I followed this guide to setup redis. and its working perfectly fine. Then ...
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Cannot connect to Redis installed on VirtualBox running Ubuntu from Windows 7

I've setup an Ubuntu image on VirtualBox on a Windows 7 host. On the Ubuntu guest I've installed Redis which runs on port 6379 (TCP) by default. I've setup port forwarding using the VirtualBox GUI ...
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How do I configure another instance of redis on ubuntu?

I basically want to have 2 instances of redis on Ubuntu. I looked at /etc/init.d/redis-server script and tried to create a new one (redis-server-dev) pointing to another config file (new port etc) ...