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There are a few things that could be at play: The app itself is not using the same source address as the one you're connecting to the MySQL server with from the command line. If the server and app are local to one-another, it could be a simple mix-up of 127.0.0.1 vs localhost, which MySQL treats as different hosts and thus they need different permission ...


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There are numbers of things you can do: Tweak performance of mysqld with /etc/my.cnf: major/MySQLTuner-perl ยท GitHub MySQL Tuning Primer Script in Launchpad Enable caching: PECL :: Package :: APC memcached - a distributed memory object caching system Varnish Community | Varnish makes websites fly! Try to explore following as well: Drupal Groups | ...


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I'd suggest just buying better servers. You want this functionality built into the hardware platform, not as an add-on... Yes, this could be done with switched PDUs (e.g. APC 8941), IP KVMs (i.e. Raritan rackmount or Lantronix Spider)... the higher-end IP KVMs can also perform virtual media functionality via USB dongle. I've had to manage an environment ...


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The ssh command you are running is not run as user apache. Try this: sudo -u apache --shell /bin/bash <<<$'/usr/bin/mysqldump -u root \ -p"password" --opt dbname | gzip -c | \ ssh -o StrictHostKeyChecking=no -o \ UserKnownHostsFile=/path/to/.ssh/known_hosts -l deploy -i \ /path/to/.ssh/id_rsa user@somehost "/bin/cat > \ ...


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This is an old question but I thought I'd add my suggestions in case any one else has similar issues and they aren't in a position to come up with a better solution: For Vim, a simplistic solution would be to run: vim -u /my/personal/repos/dotfiles/.vimrc But that will use the account's .vim / vimfiles directory structure. If the server is some form of ...



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