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I had the same problem with 32 bit version of MySQL on a windows server 2008 VM 64 bit with 4G Ram. I tried increasing system ram to 6G and still could not allocate over 1G for innoDB. Since I was already on 64 bit OS, I tried the 64 bit installer for MySQL and had no issues at all allocating 2G on my 4G system.


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Should have looked better into the documentation. According to the exim documentation, exim does not support ssha512(yet?). I took the easy way out and just told exim to use dovecot for authentication purposes, like the dovecot documentation tells you to. I'm sorry to have wasted your time and I hope, someone will benefit from my experience.


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If you're not going to use the interface why not disable it (or not start it) ? You don't say which distro you are using but they should all have a way of not starting an interface when the system boots. For RHEL/CentOS etc you can set ONBOOT=no in the relevant file in /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts For Debian/Ubuntu etc you can set iface InterfaceName ...


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I had missread the troubleshooting article https://cloud.google.com/compute/docs/troubleshooting#communicatewithinternet fixing all the parameters fixed it


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Default path to MySQL database files in Ubuntu is /var/lib/mysql/. If it's been modified (or installed other than from official Ubuntu package), check for datadir in /etc/mysql/my.cnf or service startup script. When you reinstall your OS with MySQL, simply replace new data directory with the old one (with mysql service stopped, of course). Remember about ...



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