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Apr
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answered MariaDB Permission denied when using socket
Apr
17
comment MariaDB Permission denied when using socket
I am thinking it may have something to do with SELinux on CentOS
Apr
17
comment How can I detect if an online backup service is doing IP-based throttling?
Another thought, say your internet connection does not guarantee the full 1 Gbps at anytime, which most ISPs don't. Your 1Gbps connection at X is the full dedicated connection and is running at full speed, but at area Y your switch has 10 computers attached and guarantees each of the computers on the switch an equal share of the full bandwidth, this in turn only gives you a fraction of what is available and seems to go along with being ten times slower. If you could remove a connection to a switch and go directly to the 1Gbps it may show different results.
Apr
17
comment How can I detect if an online backup service is doing IP-based throttling?
There could be a number of factors on and off campus. Are the school's routers ports different speeds? How many people are on the school's routers? WiFi, are they the same technology? On my campus we are in the middle of an upgrade and have some N and some G routers. Was one of the tests done when internet connection on/off campus is at a peak? (if it one was done in the evening upstream providers may be bogged down).
Apr
17
answered Should I install ruby as root or user?
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Apr
17
comment Why is my server displaying openssl 0.9.8 when I have openssl1.0.1 installed?
This post may be of some help too: stackoverflow.com/questions/1439950/….
Apr
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comment Why is my server displaying openssl 0.9.8 when I have openssl1.0.1 installed?
I would start by doing something like find / -name openssl and deleting any folders that are obviously linked to openssl. You also may need to delete mod_ssl from Apache. From there, I would compile the new version from source.
Apr
17
comment Why is my server displaying openssl 0.9.8 when I have openssl1.0.1 installed?
OpenSSL 1.0.1 is open to the very severe heartbleed bug. If you want to test against this bug, fine. If not, consider using 1.0.1g or disabling heartbeats.
Apr
17
comment MariaDB Permission denied when using socket
I've manually edited the php.ini file to point to /tmp/mysql.sock. No, I cannot connect using mysql -u user@localhost -p.
Apr
17
comment MariaDB Permission denied when using socket
Yes, it does have an entry for the user for localhost.
Apr
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asked MariaDB Permission denied when using socket
Dec
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comment Cannot Start Passenger 3.0.18 Using Mountain Lion (OS X Server) and RVM
Have you tried looking at Apache's error log?
Nov
15
comment How to restart RoR services after server has been rebooted
I'm surprised that they aren't using Phusion passenger, a module that starts Rails with the server and will display errors when it can't start. Working with rails my guess would be you just need to go to the rails application directory. After that you need to start rails by typing rails s -e production or ruby script/server -e production depending on your version of rails. See if it has anything come up in the consoel. You can get it to run in the background after if everything goes right by something like nohup rails s -e production &>/dev/null &2>/dev/null
Jun
25
answered Switching Servers, SSL domain, one vps?
Jun
21
comment How can I refresh cached IP for a website in CentOS
@Vero yes, I believe if you are using the server as also your nameserver just make sure your values are correct for Bind then restart Bind.
Jun
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Jun
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answered ffmpeg fully html 5 converion supported
Jun
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answered How can I refresh cached IP for a website in CentOS
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