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OpenVPN is made to be very resilient to network outages (and it really excells at it), so unless you have something like explicit-exit-notify [n] in your client's configuration, disconnecting that client will look like a network outage to the server. Then, depending on how you did configue timeouts/keepalives etc, it could be a hefly amount of time before ...
You can use monitd for this, just write some monit definition and it will start daemons for you. But why you don't use proper way with LSB scripts? It's not so hard to write it (you're writting it just once) and it is the cleanest and most valuable way how to achieve this.
supervisord is also an option. You will write again some lines in order to start your node.js and PHP stuff, but they will be fewer.
If your script is "just a script", and doesn't start a daemon, consider using /etc/rc.local (executed as root) or crontab (executed as a user of your coice). Two examples: /etc/rc.local #!/bin/sh -e #(Multiple lines of comments removed.) /usr/local/bin/your-script.sh exit 0 crontab (edited via, for example, crontab -e) #(Multiple lines of comments ...
The most simple solution is to periodically flush buffer and pagecache memory. You can do it easily running a similar bash line in the background (or in another tty): while true; do echo 3 > /proc/sys/vm/drop_caches; sleep 5; done UPDATE: as it seems that the above solution does not work as needed, you can try a different way to avoid polluting the ...
This may be a feature rather than a bug. I am seeing the same on CentOS v7.1 https://access.redhat.com/solutions/1305843
I've had this error, the problem was my smtpd_sender_login_maps =ldap:/etc/postfix/ldap-query-file.cf was delivering false value, as a result of my tempering with it. Hope this'd help
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