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Resolved my problem... Apache configuration... WSGIScriptAlias / /var/trac/cgi-bin/trac.wsgi <Directory /var/trac/cgi-bin> AllowOverride None WSGIApplicationGroup %{GLOBAL} Order deny,allow Allow from all Options ExecCGI </Directory> Compare this config to that posted in the question.


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Within your cgi-bin directives, try adding "ExecCGI" option and adding the cgi-script handler: <Directory /var/trac/cgi-bin> WSGIApplicationGroup %{GLOBAL} Order deny,allow Allow from all Options ExecCGI SetHandler cgi-script </Directory>


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I battled with multiline regex for a long time on Ubuntu. Turns out I needed to update to v 0.9.1 to get it to work which required downloading the latest tar.gz from fail2ban themselves. For Ubuntu 14.04 LTS version was capping at 0.8.11 After that it worked as expected.


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I'm afraid that the answer of your question Is there anyway to write only one file with both X-Original-To: fields listed? is NO Postfix use X-Original-To header to perform recipient duplication. Of course, you can make postfix write only one file by configure this parameter via main.cf enable_original_recipient = no The side effect is you will ...


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Since you're running your environment on AWS, I'm hoping that you're environment is setup using CloudFormation templates or any of the services built upon it (e.g. Elastic Beanstalk). With that assumption, I'm gonna propose the following: Spin up an exact copy of your environment in a separate VPC Create your load test scripts, starting with a lower amount ...


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While still not truly sure why so many ENOENT, there was a miss-understanding of the apache config. I made an assumption that mod_wsgi was running as a daemon, when it was running in embedded mode. The apache worker.c section set the number of processes to 8 with an expansion of 25 and that's why there were so many stand-by processes. Each process was ...


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I had this question and though the answer is documented, I found it incredibly hard to find. https://github.com/jedisct1/unbound/blob/master/pythonmod/examples/resip.py


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As per the above error, 'apxs' binary is not installed. apxs is a tool for building and installing extension modules for the Apache HyperText Transfer Protocol (HTTP) server. This is achieved by building a dynamic shared object (DSO) from one or more source or object files which then can be loaded into the Apache server under runtime via the LoadModule ...


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This has to do with the variable scope in bash. export makes your variable available to subprocesses, see for example: → export BUCKET=foo → env | grep BUCKET 80:BUCKET=foo → PAIL=bar → env | grep PAIL # no output → python -c "import os; print os.environ['BUCKET']" foo → python -c "import os; print os.environ['PAIL']" Traceback (most recent call ...


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I recently wrote an article that discusses this problem and explains how to solve it properly: http://veithen.github.io/2014/11/16/sigterm-propagation.html



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