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As you may have noticed through the years, the specifications of Ethernet cables have been improved to allow for faster and faster speeds without impacting the capability of reaching good distances (around 100 meters). Lots of tiny details impact how the cable can provide such a good signal impermeability. While nothing will stop you from trying what you ...


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If you have a parameterised build with no default value and also set your job to poll your source control under Build Triggers > Poll SCM then it should all work. It is important that your branch parameter has no default value so that $branch is empty when the job is triggered from polling, because Branches to build interprets an empty value as meaning ...


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You should set the alert from within the guest operating system. You can use a tool like Monit to check the uptime of a process. A simple script could also check the uptime of the Linux virtual machine. Rebooting a server every four months seems heavy-handed and wrong; there's probably an issue with the application. Would it make more sense to restart the ...


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Generally, all configuration parameters defined for postfix (see man 5 postconf) should be placed in one and only one file, $etcdir/postfix/main.cf. So postfix doesn't have some kind of Include this file/directory in its configuration syntax like other software such as apache httpd, sudo and the others. Fortunately, you can always use external source for ...


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From what I can see, it appears that you are using two separate SSL certs for www and the root domain. For the root domain (which works) it's a GeoTrust SSL cert with the following SHA1 fingerprint: DF EC DC 43 0F A3 0F 1B 86 72 D2 4E 87 81 D7 5F F4 70 C8 29 For the www domain (which fails) it's a Self Signed cert with the SHA1 fingerprint of: A4 44 C5 ...


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Have you logged into the management interface? that'll tell you if you have any hardware issues or if those disks just aren't assigned to a VDISK yet or not - there's no other way really, just connect to it and see. By the way, don't be too fast to update the firmware on the 1040/2040's at the moment, HPE have been releasing some very buggy versions of ...



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