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SELinux was causing problems. Need to add a rule to allow it to write to the socket's directory. As for now, I simply disabled SELinux and it worked, so I know it is SELinux causing the problem.


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Does your mysql.user table have an entry for your database user for localhost host? If not, that is the reason for Permission denied error from MySQL.


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Looks like it's not possible. I ended up rebooting the machine to enable IPv6. I'd love for someone to prove me wrong since I have a slew of other machines configured the same way.


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_destination_concurrency_limit needs to be > 1. Value 1 will cause the destination to be full email, value >1 will cause the destination match the email domain. However the destination_rate_relay when set will always send one at a time. default_destination_concurrency_limit (default: 20) The default maximal number of parallel deliveries to the ...


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I had the same problem - after I changed the system's timezone, cron's log entries were in the old timezone, even after restarting crond. Then I noticed that ALL log entries were off - messages, mail, and any other programs using syslog. service rsyslog restart The first thing syslog does is log a message (naturally enough), so I was able to see that it ...


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Have you checked your IPTables to ensure the port is open? Try the following: iptables -A INPUT -p tcp -m tcp --dport 10000 -j ACCEPT iptables save iptables restart


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Try stoping and starting apache explicitly. server-status configuration to not start working after apache reload.



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