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comment Replace Certificate using Plesk 11
I have only the ----- BEGIN CERTIFICATE----- in it. No private key.
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Apr
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comment Installation of mysql-server crashed, can't reinstall
@GhostAnswer your second comment helped me a bit. Mysql won't start anyway, so I have to find some other way.
Apr
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comment Installation of mysql-server crashed, can't reinstall
The file seems not to be use outside of the process. fuser does not tell me anything. Only when I start the apt-get, I get the error that it's locked.
Apr
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comment Installation of mysql-server crashed, can't reinstall
Can you point me to it, I seem to be too incompetent to find it.
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asked Installation of mysql-server crashed, can't reinstall
Mar
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comment Suddenly can't open any port > 1000
Fun is, I can open the servers all right as Root, but not via the upstart job.
Mar
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comment Suddenly can't open any port > 1000
let us continue this discussion in chat
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comment Suddenly can't open any port > 1000
I can even start it manually when I am using sudo mongod --port 27017. So I am very sure by now it is a permission error. By default, it's started with the user mongodb. So how can I confirm it that this user can't open a connection?