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It will run, but it won't take advantage of any new CPU features. CPU upgrades are rarely or never an issue; where you will run into problems is with other hardware in the new server, such as storage and network drivers. EL5 is in Production 3 phase, meaning no new hardware enablement will be shipped, and Red Hat expects existing servers to be virtualized ...
Read the manual: URLWithQuery=[0|1] 0 - URLs are cleaned from the query string (ie: "/mypage.html") 1 - Full URL with query string is used (ie: "/mypage.html?p=x&q=y") Related are the options URLWithQueryWithoutFollowingParameters and URLWithQueryWithOnlyFollowingParameters which allow you tune which get options are and are not used in grouping ...
I just wanted to close the loop on this one. The mysterious hangs stopped occurring after we scaled back SendMail logging from 99 down to 9 (default). Admittedly, that was a reaaaaaaly high log-level setting but I’ve never seen that completely grind a server to a halt. Also no idea how long it had been set that way. My guess is that the intermittent ...
The solution is to update the system. Red Hat did not ship virtio guest drivers until 5.3. At this point you're nine service packs behind. Simply having kept the system up to date would have resolved the problem before it ever happened.
on debian-based systems, run as root: dpkg-reconfigure tzdata And select your correct timezone.
Add a full release version number (e.g., '5') to the file '/etc/yum/vars/releasever'. You will likely need to create the directory '/etc/yum/vars/' as well. Doing so obviates the need to directly edit any repo files, and your customized value persists through package and OS upgrades; just remember to change the value appropriately (if you upgrade to a new OS ...
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