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You can use nice Unix tools such as Locate ou Find to find that file. To use the locate tool, first generate the database : updatedb Then search for the file locate my.cnf


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It's quite unlikely but at the same time, not impossible. As always, a RAID is no substitute for a backup. If you don't have a backup, something like this is guaranteed to happen! Recovery: It's impossible to say since it's not clear what the issue is in the first place. I would say that if rescue systems didn't even see the drives, your chances to do it ...


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FQDN is a globally unique address that points to a specific computer/host This is actually wrong. As an example, with Round Robin DNS, a FQDN can point to multiple computers. The "fully qualified" in FQDN just means that it's not just a host name like mail or www, but includes the full domain, e.g. mail.example.com. I am having issues with email ...


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It sounds a lot like you have misdiagnosed the problem a little bit, and consequently your question is most likely wishful thinking. You are not experiencing an issue with extracting the tar archive. Rather your problem is how you produced it in the first case. There are a few steps you can take to confirm that the data is truly lost. The error message ...


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ystalyfera -> index.php ystradgynlais -> index.php I think the root of the issue is that these files (symlinks) without extension. And standard apache configuration containt something like this <IfModule mod_php5.c> # # Cause the PHP interpreter to handle files with a .php extension. # <FilesMatch \.php$> ...


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You could run lsof|grep delete (as root, or sudo), which will show you all deleted files. You could have files that were opened by a process, then deleted, but the process is still running and holding handles to the file. This could happen if, for example, you are cleaning space up and delete a log file that is being used by something, but the program is ...


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It runs under xinetd in plesk /etc/init.d/xinetd restart that should restart it


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I personally avoid giving PHP applications access to any executables except those really required. Setting open_basedir is only effective inside PHP code itself, without any effect on external binaries. Even if the PHP application can be trusted it can potentially be compromised by an attacker. Disabling allow_url_include ini setting, eval() pseudo-function, ...


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I'm going to put my money on the partition containing /var being full. Check df -h and see if that's the case. There is a log file at (from memory so use tab complete if I'm slightly off) /var/log/sw-cp-server/error_log


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The listed nameservers for your domain are [me@risby financial]$ whois metodovitalus.com [Querying whois.verisign-grs.com] [Redirected to whois.cronon.net] [Querying whois.cronon.net] [whois.cronon.net] ... Name Server: ns.stratoserver.net Name Server: ns2.stratoserver.net Neither of these is the nameserver you're querying above: [me@risby financial]$ ...


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The MX record for sleepbcn.com is mail.sleepbcn.com. Is the host named mail.sleepbcn.com running an email server that is configured to be authoritative for the sleepbcn.com domain? If not, then that's your problem. Microsoft Windows [Version 6.1.7601] Copyright (c) 2009 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. C:\Users\Administrator>cd\ C:\>...


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Assuming polydevs.co.uk is the domain the problem you have is the following Take a look at Nominet your name servers are registered as ns1.ipage.com ns2.ipage.com DNS lookups will not get to ns1 or ns2 .polydevs.co.uk. If you want to control your DNS through that control panel update your Name servers where you brought the domain to be ns1....



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