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You really don't want to be changing the number of tokens per node, it was removed in 2.0 because it didn't work correctly.
This is probably a SELINUX-related problem. Try the following (in preference order): setsebool httpd_can_network_connect_db on If it works, make it permanent using the "-P" flag. If it does not work, go to step 2: setsebool httpd_can_network_connect on As above, if it works, use the "-P" flag. Otherwise, go to step 3: setenforce 0This will put SELINUX ...
I was just 30 minutes too early posting this question. There was a SELinux variable I didn't know of: httpd_can_network_connect. Setting this on solved the problem :)
Try to run "restorecon -RF " and restart MySQL service. If this does not work, try to set SELINUX into permissive mode by using "setenforce 0". If that work, your SELINUX policy need some other changes.
After some years in the trench, my answer is ZFS and SmartOS. Here's a paper on the benchmarks: https://www.joyent.com/public-cloud/benchmarks/postgresql
Actually, newer versions of FmPro Migrator also convert the layouts into PHP web applications, as well as other development environments. There is more info available on this web page: http://www.fmpromigrator.com/services/php_conversion.html
I Made TRUSTWORTHY = ON in the database and the SP executed without any problem by the Message Queue. Thanks !!
Why buy a physical server? Just get an Azure or AWS virtual machine and go with it. No upfront cost, no maintenance, you pay what you use, and you can scale performance up and down depending on your workload.
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