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I have spent the past 8 years working at a small ISP, where I manage E-mail, DNS, Web, and Voip servers for a couple thousand clients.


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answered Why is BIND 9.8.4 using a lot more CPU time than BIND 9.7.0?
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Apr
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comment PHP is not executing scripts after Debian upgrade
Maybe I'll try this out on Saturday, when customers aren't likely to complain nearly as much when we test to failure. :)
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answered PHP is not executing scripts after Debian upgrade
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comment PHP is not executing scripts after Debian upgrade
I've even tried uninstalling all the PHP packages, then starting with the simplest possible setup. No dice.
Apr
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comment PHP is not executing scripts after Debian upgrade
I actually noticed this beforehand. Sorry, didn't do anything.
Apr
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comment PHP is not executing scripts after Debian upgrade
Nah, this didn't work. It's worth noting that Debian will automatically restart Apache when you install libapache2-mod-php5, and when I ran 'a2enmod php5' it said "Module php5 already enabled"
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comment PHP is not executing scripts after Debian upgrade
@TeroKilkanen: Added that to my question. I just get PHP code.
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Feb
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comment What should I watch out for in building low-budget storage servers?
@Evan: That's assuming that you don't make it actually easier for the attacker. The knowledge required to break into my backup server, which is also locked inside a physically secure basement at the datacenter, is higher than the knowledge required to smash the window in my car and steal my tapes while I transport them from the server room to the bank. That is, if I even bother with the step where I lock them in a safe-deposit box, and not opt instead to put them in my desk at work.
Jan
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comment What should I watch out for in building low-budget storage servers?
Pff. The way you keep online backups is with SSH being the only service running on the backup box, and allow only public key authentication. Then restrict inbound traffic to your one trusted IP address (ie, office), and if you're extra paranoid, only keep your SSH keys on a USB keychain unless you're in the process of logging on.
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