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comment varnish 4 not caching properly
What kind of content are you serving? Can you make a request that will be a miss and check logs? I started getting way better hitrates with varnish 4 thanks to grace. But I see that commented out in your vcl.
Jul
25
comment KVM or Xen for VGA Pass-through
I'm afraid this question is definitely not "about managing information technology systems in a business environment"... so it does not belong here.
Jul
20
comment 206 Partial Content returned with Content-Length: 0
If x-accel-redirect works for you, then stick with it. I tried on your next.tjoonz.com, and there is no seeking in the audio in my Chrome (FF seeks fine). So it really seems to be an issue with Chrome and mp3. Tested the setup mentioned in the answer and seeking works as well, except for Chrome. You are getting wrong headers because you use 206 in your response. As you mention in your question, if you return 200 (as I do in the answer), Ranges work as expected.
Jul
20
comment Send all linux logs to remote rsyslog and store in original file name
@ManeaDragosh did you do everything mentioned in the mentioned guide?
Jul
20
revised Send all linux logs to remote rsyslog and store in original file name
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20
answered Send all linux logs to remote rsyslog and store in original file name
Jul
19
revised How to execute a command for each file in a deep directory structure, recursively?
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Jul
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answered How to execute a command for each file in a deep directory structure, recursively?
Jul
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Jul
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Jul
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comment 206 Partial Content returned with Content-Length: 0
@MarcDingena yes, as x-accel-redirect is using the url path, not filesystem path. btw. I was looking at the source and it looks like it's letting apache handle the range, so I'd say it should work ...
Jul
19
comment S3 backup with versioning plus lifecycle management to prevent malicious deletion of backups?
Or, maybe, you could do the deletion from elsewhere, with different credentials.
Jul
17
comment The same IP on multiple interfaces
Well this leads me to extending the solution by Cha0s, by adding ebtables inbetween to filter traffic from one STB to another. Bridge alone would lead to the situation, where the STBs see each other. This can be combined with managed switch and VLANs. You just need one VLAN per STB. And it may be easier to use than namespaces.
Jul
16
comment The same IP on multiple interfaces
Actually I was not interested in knowing whos fault it is, or the specific reason inside the STB. I was interseted in knowing something like - broadcasts from one STB kill the other, or something like that. Can you influence routing tables on the STBs?
Jul
15
comment The same IP on multiple interfaces
Maybe sharing the esoteric reason (even though i believe you there is a reason) could give us a hint in a direction of a solution, because having three separate network cards with the same IP is probably not going to do any good, even if you use a few tricks to get it working. For example: do those STBs have the server as default gateway, as that could be a solution.
Jul
15
comment Syslog logging to syslog.1 not syslog
Did you make sure that reload rsyslog >/dev/null 2>&1 || true does work?
Jul
11
comment lsof doesn't show the established TCP connection
The confusion about running as root might be from the way you provided the commands in your question. Usually prefixing command with $ means it's run as user. Prefixing it with # means it's run as root.
Jul
10
comment Duplicity backup to S3: BackendException
have you tried enabling debug in boto? boto.readthedocs.org/en/latest/boto_config_tut.html
Jul
9
comment tar uses too much memory for its buffer - workaround?
If your /tmp is mounted as tmpfs, then yes, it does. tar itself doesen't seem to use much memory in the screenshot.