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This could work when you first mount the /var/www/html/files to remote directory and then use do the bind mount. However, I haven't tried such a scenario myself so it might not work. Instead of using bind mounts here, I would change the application so that it uses /sftp/client1 directly for that location. Without knowing further details of your application, ...
I found that I must build a new array and edit the boot record, I don't know how to do that, so I tried to install new OS and it's now migrating my data
I did what @RolandoMySQLDBA suggests but also adding a 6' and an 8' steps (this solves what @Hussain Tamboli comments.): Step 1) Setup a New Server (ServerC) Step 2) On ServerC, Install MySQL (same version as ServerB) Step 3) On ServerC, service mysql stop Step 4) Copy /etc/my.cnf from ServerB to ServerC Step 5) On ServerC, change server_id to a value ...
Well, there's also MARS (Light). According to the documentation this widely used at German provider 1&1
I've never used docker, so can't comment on this, but I would recommend (and I'm using this in production for large, heavily used databases for a long time) the, in my opinion, way to go in (complex) cluster setups: corosync and pacemaker. Use the pgsql resource agent and a virtual, floating IP, to which you connect the clients. If you've never worked with ...
I can ping everything both ways using fqdn, however replication for AD and DNS is not working - If AD replication used ICMP then that would be great, but since it doesn't then I'd suggest you stop using Ping as an AD replication troubleshooting tool. It's great that Ping tells you there's connectivity between the two DC's but beyond that Ping is pretty ...
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