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answered Postfix SMTP Relay Configuration Error
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comment Postfix SMTP Relay Configuration Error
So local email is working fine. It just won't relay. That is quite strange. I'd try adding debug_peer_list 192.168.2.150 to the config and see what happens in the log. IIRC with higher verbosity it should tell you why it was rejected.
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comment Postfix SMTP Relay Configuration Error
So, you are sending email to recipient@web.de. Is that supposed to be a local domain or are you trying to relay? btw. if you follow a guide, it's usually good practice to link it right away.
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revised Postfix SMTP Relay Configuration Error
You don't use html to post code, you quote it by indenting it by 4spaces (braces icon). That way your addresses don't get treated as html tag.
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comment basic varnish 4.0 setup doesn't seem to work
btw. you say varnish 4.0, but you actually have varnish-3.0.7 revision f544cd8
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comment Many gettimeofday in Apache 2.4 + fcgid + centos 6.6 - Long Wait time for static files
The strace looks a little weird. How are you testing it? I see the GET request being incomplete. There should be two newlines at the end of request, before server starts sending any response. You can see that there is one read, which ends in one newline, then another read on the same FD, which returns EAGAIN (no data in yet) and then there is different thread (notice the pid in first column) waiting on different FD (which may by just the listen socket). gettimeofday as you see them, should be pretty harmless. Your problem is someplace else.
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answered basic varnish 4.0 setup doesn't seem to work
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comment Recovering data from a RAID built with fakeraid
good luck, fingers crossed ;-)
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comment Recovering data from a RAID built with fakeraid
@alexandernst updated my answer ...
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comment Recovering data from a RAID built with fakeraid
I think you do not need any hardware for that. It's just metadata so it probably should work when connected to any other controller.
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answered Recovering data from a RAID built with fakeraid
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comment Balanced btrfs filesystem using different amounts of space on each disk
It is very hard to suggest a safe approach (btrfs is still not widely trusted, especially in such corner cases). (do you have backup before conversion? you should have) But I'd say make a backup of the filesystem, it should not be broken thanks to checksums. I'd defragment and balance and see what happens...
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revised Balanced btrfs filesystem using different amounts of space on each disk
Please do not use backticks to quote multiline blocks of code. Use 4 spaces (braces icon will do it for you).
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answered Balanced btrfs filesystem using different amounts of space on each disk
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Apr
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comment Very low OpenVPN throughput (100Mbit port, low CPU utilization)
@ElliotB. As DRBD itself uses TCP for replication, it will retransmit in case OpenVPN UDP packet is lost. Actually using TCP in this case you will do two retransfers instead of one ... one of which is going to get thrown away. And you may be creating a pretty long window with no DRBD traffic (even get broken replication because of this). Once you get some packetloss on the route, you will see how bad thinking this is.
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comment Enable HugePages on Linux for multiple services/processes
@ColOfAbRiX And just looking at your original problem - do you have enough hugepages to support both JVM and MySQL? MySQL should log the reason, why it could not use hugepages.
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