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Depends on the batch of drives that they came from. The (poor) theory is that if hard disk 1 has probability of failure 1/1000 and so does disk 2, then the probability of both failing is 1/1,000,000. That assumes failures are statistically independent. This is a major mistake as they are not. You can’t just multiply probabilities like that unless the ...


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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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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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You have a valid RDNS record for the mail server IP address 178.170.124.210. The RDNS record should be FQDN which you have already set. I am not sure why the MXTOOLBOX giving it as a warning!


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You're announcing your MX record as "mail.occultant-artificiel.com", but the reverse DNS is set to "occultant-artificiel.com". This is probably the cause of the failure on mxtoolbox. You could consider adding an additional IP to your server, binding the SMTP server to that IP address, and setting the DNS so that the A record for "mail..." points to the new ...


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This is normal and wanted situation. There is one authoritative server for domain (primary) and slaves gets data from them, but cannot propagate changes to primary. It makes sense - secondary servers are often out of reach of primary admins and you don't want to allow someone other to modify your domain. But don't worry, there is help for you - you can ...



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