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For CentOS 7 Linux I have downloaded the latest Jetty distribution and created the file /etc/systemd/system/jetty.service: [Unit] Description=Jetty After=network-online.target [Service] Type=simple User=jetty Group=jetty ExecStart=/usr/bin/java -jar /usr/share/java/jetty-distribution-9.3.10.v20160621/start.jar jetty.home=/usr/share/java/jetty-distribution-...


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the NFS example will be tricky because there's no way for cross-host service dependencies automatically managed. You'll need a workaround there. You can monitor the exporting and nfs services properly (there's an nfsexports check, and you can also try checking rpcinfo connects) It'll leave a gap if i.e. a firewall fails, but if you monitor nfs well, focus on ...


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My bad. The mistake was very silly. The symlink I'd created for the webapp was wrong, so in effect there was configuration only for the main website.


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i would suggest you to use return 301 https://$server_name$request_uri; at the place of return 301 https://$host$request_uri; as $host will include all the server names and redirect everything to same host.


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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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Because you are serving PHP from two different roots, you will need two locations to serve PHP. At the moment, you have created a location to serve normal files only. Also, the use of alias is not required here, as the local path ends with the URI. It is much simpler to use root in this case. Using the ^~ modifier with a prefix location forces it to take ...


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believe the quick and dirty one will be to use include https://www.nginx.com/resources/wiki/start/topics/examples/full/#nginx-conf https://kcode.de/wordpress/2033-nginx-configuration-with-includes


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It is worth bearing in mind that even if you don't display or log errors, they still have a big impact on throughput and performance. The 3 most obvious causes are: 1) you are changing the wrong php.ini file (which you've already addressed). 2) the php.ini setting is over-ridden somewhere else - if this is mod_php then that could be in the httpd.conf ...


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I came across similar behaviour recently and found out that the php.ini layout is quite confusing: listing of the default values etc. is at the top of the file while description of the setting and the setting itself are way further down. (see php 7 ignores ini files, but claims to load). It could well be that a later setting overrides yours. Browse or ...


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push "redirect-gateway def1 bypass-dhcp" Pushing the redirect-gateway option to clients will cause all IP network traffic originating on client machines to pass through the OpenVPN server. The server will need to be configured to deal with this traffic somehow, such as by NATing it to the internet, or routing it through the server site's HTTP proxy. ...


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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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If this is a modern router, yes the straight connection would work. Unless you need to make it like this, avoiding termination points and just simply running the wires would work better. But if the connections/sockets are done well, this should not have any significant performance and stability issues. You just need to remember not to put 2 computers there. ...


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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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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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If u just want to edit domU's configuration, try below, virsh edit vm-name It will use vi to open xml by default


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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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