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answered How much memory is required to send deduplicated ZFS stream?
May
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answered OpenBSD Nginx/PHP/MariaDB/PHP-FPM Stack
May
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comment OpenBSD Nginx/PHP/MariaDB/PHP-FPM Stack
Show ls -al /var/run/mysql /var/www/var/run/mysql ...
May
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comment FreeBSD pf with NFS
Try tcpdumping it on $int_if, not pflog0. But i kind of suspect it's not pf blocking nfs itself, but something else.... btw. not sure if you have it, but it's good (at least for debugging) to have set block-policy return.
May
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comment What are the best practices to mirror a web app?
MPITA is major pain in the ass ... having just a local two server multimaster replication is not the most pleasant experience. And if things break and it gets out of sync, you can face quite some downtime. Implementing it at application level means having the server itself tell other servers about write operations ...
May
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comment What are the best practices to mirror a web app?
Master-Master replication + rsync is kind of a way. But I warn you it will be MPITA to manage. I guess better than this, would be doing the replication at application level ...
May
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answered What are the best practices to mirror a web app?
May
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answered Cache HTTPS Static Assets
May
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comment What are the best practices to mirror a web app?
You need to be way more specific about how your app works and what exactly it does. Otherwise the only recommendation may be - use CDN instead of replicating the app.
May
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comment Effectively handling 2+ million files
@MinimeDJ ok. Edited my answer. But your use case is rather unique, so you will have to do the testing/benchmarking yourself. But handling 50reads/s should be fine with SquashFS as well as with Ext4. btw. if you do not delete from ext4, you will hardly get any fragmentation.
May
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revised Effectively handling 2+ million files
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May
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comment Effectively handling 2+ million files
@MinimeDJ sure. Then squashfs won't have that big of a benefits. Is there any specific reason why you don't want to stick with what's working for you?
May
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answered Effectively handling 2+ million files
May
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comment tcpdump increases udp performance
Does putting nics on both machines to promiscuous mode have the same effect as running tcpdump? ifconfig eth0 promisc enables and ifconfig eth0 -promisc disables promiscuous mode on eth0. If it makes difference, try comparing the 4 possible combinations of promisc on/off on both machines. That might help pinpoint the source of the problems.
May
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answered Postfix SMTP Relay Configuration Error
May
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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.
May
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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.
May
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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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May
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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