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According to the upstart cookbook/intro linked here, upstart will emit a 'filesystem' event when all mounts are completed. You should be able to "start on filesystem" the required service to achieve what you're looking for, unless you're only wanting certain (but not all) filesystems to be mounted prior to service invocation?
I work for dell. Yes you can use racadm to set the IP address. racadm can work over 3 different interfaces (ssh/telnet, https, IPMI). The one that will work in your situation is IPMI directly from the server to it's iDRAC. Install srvadmin-idrac7 as root run racadm config -g cfgLAnNetworking -o cfgNicSelection 2 (1 = Dedicated, 2 = LOM1, 3 = LOM2, 4 = ...
performance reasons Performance is largely dependent on the actual application you're running. If there's specific kernel improvements in the area of performance you'd like to take advantage of you can leverage the LTS Enablement Stacks for a later kernel version and associated programs security reasons Given that 12.04 is an LTS edition, any ...
Services are usually accessed using a hostname, which usually means that DNS is used to look up the IP address(es) linked to that hostname. For IPv4 there will be A records, and for IPv6 there will be AAAA records. All those addresses are supposed to offer the same service, independent of the protocol used. So if you send email to Gmail your mailserver will ...
If I'm reading this right, it looks like you're trying to compile the Virtualbox kernel modules under an OpenVZ kernel? Due to the way that OpenVZ operates, I do not believe that this is possible.
You should look at the owner of the php5-fpm.sock file by using ls -l /var/run/php5-fpm.sock I believe you'll find it set to root and your web server runs as www-data. Further, the permissions in the www.conf are 0660 which means only root will have permissions. You can uncomment the lines related to the sock user and set it to www-data and restart the ...
Chances are that the module is in your configuration two places at once. So go through your configs, and search for "jk_module" or just "jk", if you see it load twice, that's most likely the issue. Just remove or comment out the first or second time it does it and it should work. Also remember to look through the configs in conf.d
I believe it's caused by this line: root /home/www-data/public-www; http://nginx.org/en/docs/http/ngx_http_core_module.html#root you can remove that, or specify somewhere else.
When it comes to performance, lots of things have changed between 2012 and 2014 when it comes to Linux kernel, glibc, and all the other layers you meet between the kernel and your application. If your application is truly fine-tuned and everything below it is the true bottleneck, then upgrading to 14.04 might help you. This is very unlikely, most of the ...
I had the same error after updating my server and found the following error in /var/log/nginx/error.log:/var/run/php5-fpm.sock failed (13: Permission denied) What solved the issue was uncommenting the following lines in /etc/php5/fpm/pool.d/www.conf and restart php5-fpm listen.owner = www-data listen.group = www-data listen.mode = 0660
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