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Apr
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Apr
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comment Spamassassin RDNS_NONE matches, but there is a RDNS
So there you have it. You probably should change your reverse to something that points back at the IP.
Apr
17
revised Bind DNS - Using views External zones fail transfer to slave
reindented the config ...
Apr
17
comment Bind DNS - Using views External zones fail transfer to slave
I have reindented your config files and found out that there are missing braces at the end of your views. (This way yor External view is inside your Internal view) Can you please confirm that it is that way on the server as well (not lost in copy/pasting)?
Apr
17
suggested approved edit on Bind DNS - Using views External zones fail transfer to slave
Apr
17
revised Can ping from PC to cisco router's ipv6 address (from LAN side) but can't ping from one pc to other's ipv6 address
formatting #2, one IP missed.
Apr
17
revised Spamassassin RDNS_NONE matches, but there is a RDNS
proper code formatting.
Apr
17
revised Bind DNS - Using views External zones fail transfer to slave
better formatting
Apr
17
suggested approved edit on Bind DNS - Using views External zones fail transfer to slave
Apr
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suggested approved edit on Can ping from PC to cisco router's ipv6 address (from LAN side) but can't ping from one pc to other's ipv6 address
Apr
17
answered Unable to install PHP on FreeBSD 9.3
Apr
17
answered Spamassassin RDNS_NONE matches, but there is a RDNS
Apr
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suggested approved edit on Spamassassin RDNS_NONE matches, but there is a RDNS
Apr
17
comment apache refuses to start when apc.shm_size is greater than 76M
Ooops sorry, shmmax was a wrong lead. I should read more carefuly next time. As it says mmap failed, it will be related to mmap. Not sure why would anonymous mmap fail, though. Could you try setting apc.mmap_file_mask to either /dev/zero or something like /tmp/apc_mmap.XXXXXX (the directory has to be writable by php)? ref. php.net/manual/en/apc.configuration.php
Apr
17
comment Website takes a long time to first byte
Damn what was I reading the moment I asked? Your problem is not in the cache, though the cache might help (a lot) to reduce first-byte time. To track down what is slow in your joomla, try checking your MySQL query/slow query log. If you don't find anything suspicious in those logs it might be worth sharing some data from the xdebug profiling. btw. I don't get why this is marked as duplicate of the mentioned question.
Apr
16
comment Website takes a long time to first byte
Are using some kind of PHP caching like xcache, or APC?
Apr
16
revised How to setup monitoring of nodes behind firewall
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Apr
16
answered How to setup monitoring of nodes behind firewall
Apr
16
comment Double UPS on high load during power down
@SvennDhert that is why I suggested what I did in my first paragraph. You can base the shutdown on the UPS you can manage. You know the power is out and if your only goal is clean shutdown (your goal is not maximizing uptime), you can do it very soon after the power goes out (say 30-60 seconds; or 5 minutes if your UPS is large enough). You get clean shutdown and don't need management on both UPSes. Or you can do this only for the unmanaged UPS, leaving the managed UPS to do shutdown when capacity is low.
Apr
16
comment Double UPS on high load during power down
@ewwhite Because that eliminates two of the unknowns from the equation. (Exact load behavior of dualPSU servers and load/stability once one of the UPSs goes down.) I would consider connecting one PSU to each UPS only if I were going for 1+1 UPS redundancy.