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Mar
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comment Convert existing servers to a failover cluster
Also, it seems that Docker is more of an application packager? We don't do much beyond hosting some websites, e-mail, and VoIP so I'm a bit unclear how this would help.
Mar
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comment Convert existing servers to a failover cluster
Did you mean Docker on Gluster? Gluster, being a distributed network filesystem, would probably work better as the underlying filesystem to Docker, which I would imagine, wouldn't even notice if Gluster is there or not. I've already got that part set up, I don't think I need to do it all over again. :)
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asked Convert existing servers to a failover cluster
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comment Ubuntu Server hanging on adding swap
Gauthier: you're right! Thanks, and +1
Feb
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comment Ubuntu Server hanging on adding swap
Note: The easy way of doing this with modern versions of GRUB is by editing /etc/default/grub and add "nomodeset" (separated by a space) to the end of the GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX_DEFAULT variable.
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accepted What options exist for changing usernames transparently in Webmail?
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comment What options exist for changing usernames transparently in Webmail?
Option number three is one that I had never considered before, thank you. Modifying software to suit our needs could technically be an option too, but the need for frequent security updates makes that kind of thing a huge pain in the butt. Adding users with the same mailbox is a far more graceful solution.
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revised What options exist for changing usernames transparently in Webmail?
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comment What options exist for changing usernames transparently in Webmail?
No, it's not a dupe. I saw that question before I asked this one. It's actually the reverse situation. Logging in with just the username part of the e-mail address is not a problem - if the user@ourdomain.com address exists. If it's user@hosteddomain.com, then they need to use the full e-mail address. Customers should be able to log in with either Username = user or Username = user@ourdomain.com.
Nov
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comment What options exist for changing usernames transparently in Webmail?
No, this is backwards. Customers who use our domain do not include the @ourdomain.com part, they just log in with "myuser". Customers with virtual domain hosting include their full e-mail address.
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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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