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Aug
15
comment firefox tries to open http subdomain as https [ nginx configuration ]
Oh, it's so simple. Thank you!
Sep
4
comment cvs accidentaly breaks rcs file
Actually there is a bug in 32bit cvs. When I try to precess cvs rtag operation, cvs destroys the history file. In 64bit cvs everything is fine. I contacted cvs developers, but it looks like they don't gonna fix it, as the bug is in 1.x cvs (even in latest 1.12.13 from debian).
Aug
21
comment cvs accidentaly breaks rcs file
@DavidMackintosh thanks! I tried 64bit version and the issue gone! Could you please put your idea in the answer, I'll mark it as the solution.
Aug
20
comment cvs accidentaly breaks rcs file
$ file /applications/bin/cvs: ELF 32-bit LSB executable, Intel 80386, version 1 (SYSV), for GNU/Linux 2.2.5, dynamically linked (uses shared libs), for GNU/Linux 2.2.5, stripped
Aug
19
comment cvs accidentaly breaks rcs file
Nothing suspicious is there. The main idea is that this file is too big ( actually it is the biggest in our repository ) and cvs fails to handle such big rcs file. But I didn't proof this yet. ps. This file is binary, this also may affect, I guess.
Jun
28
comment xen + debian network after upgrade squeeze to wheeze
Unfortunately the same issue occurs on the server with only one ethernet port. I will provide logs from after a while ( just right I'll get direct access ).
Aug
20
comment How to check rsnapshot backups?
@BrentPabst fixed =)
Aug
14
comment How can I create an “su” only user (no SSH or SFTP) and limit who can “su” into that account in RHEL5?
@MatthewScharley limiting to a shell is enough to execute sudo -i. Furthermore, OP asked to limit just to su - oracle. Though you always can replace /bin/bash to ALL. =)
Jul
12
comment nginx closes connection on some pictures
Yes, Nothing has changed.
Jul
11
comment nginx closes connection on some pictures
That's not client trouble, cause even firefox has the same issue. I tried it from different machine in defferent geolocations. The same behaviour. Furthermore, as you can mention the speed is pretty good on small picture. ps. On machine where nginx is located everything is OK. So I will try to dig into timeout directive. pps. That's not network trouble, cause direct apache link to the same image works perfect.
Jun
28
comment tab completion for service command on debian
Are versions of bash-completion the same?
Jun
27
comment How to join a variable number of lines
I've added small description. Hope now it's a little bit clear.
Apr
25
comment Using wget and Awk to count similar expressions
use awk -F, instead of just awk. btw, you can also change output delimiter via OFS variable inside of awk.
Jan
28
comment nginx doesn't forward ip in headers to apache (rpaf is enabled)
hm, I changed rpaf.conf and nginx vshost settings as you said and restarted apache and nginx, but nothing changed. Do I need to do something else? btw, I checked the same settings on another host and everything works well.
Dec
26
comment How to achieve user permission isolation?
Great. But it won't work in case software runs under user1 and user2. It will work only in case software works under its own user.
Dec
26
comment How to achieve user permission isolation?
Who should run software? user1 and user2 or it is a daemon that works under special user?
Dec
21
comment Ubuntu 10.04 (LTS) DomU on Debian Wheezy Dom0 Xen 4
How do you create domUs? Can you show /boot/grub/menu.lst or grub.cfg from your domU? And domU.cfg file too.
Dec
19
comment Disk IOPS count in GNU/Linux
Thank you for diskstats and stats in /sys. This is exactly what I need.
Dec
12
comment Get (none):~ when logging in
Due to '#' in prompt, your user is root. Seems like something happened with your .$(SHELL)rc. Default shell is bash, so if you didn't change it, check if /root/.bashrc is readable and is ok. You can check your current shell with echo $SHELL command.
Dec
9
comment How can I debug a hanging ssh connection?
Yeap. Thank you.