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To have an idea of what you can reasonably expect at the top end, I would try a straight file copy (scp or whatever) from your source to destination. That will rule out any nginx configuration. If you still get 256kbps, then you can check into potential kernel variables, or the possibility that the network is throttled administratively. Nginx is not ...


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After trying so many methods I searched on net related iptables, I got one best solution, now everything is working like a charm. And applied below command with root access using putty. 1)First I tried this commands: iptables -A INPUT -p tcp --dport 2030 -j ACCEPT //press enter service iptables restart //press enter 2)then below commands: iptables -I ...


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The reason for the message is that (I suspect) a mysql instance opens a temporary file, and deletes it while retaining a handle to it. In this way, the file will automatically be deleted when the process dies, as the reference count will reach 0. You can verify this using lsof (as root, or as the mysql service user). You will see mentions of (deleted) in ...


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Did you check if MySQL is not already started ? For some reason, it sometimes says that the partition is too full only because a mysql deamon is already started. You can check this with "ps aux | grep mysql". If you see some mysql processes running, try to stop them with "service mysql stop". If there are still mysql processes, kill them with "kill $PID" ...



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