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Jan
17
accepted SFTP connections to docker container break when using packet forwarding instead of port binding
Dec
27
comment Does docker restart use the latest image or the one the container was created with?
Thanks for the answer. I would add the "docker restart" step to your demonstration to make it clear it has been restarted.
Dec
27
accepted Does docker restart use the latest image or the one the container was created with?
Dec
25
asked Does docker restart use the latest image or the one the container was created with?
Sep
12
answered SFTP connections to docker container break when using packet forwarding instead of port binding
Sep
12
revised SFTP connections to docker container break when using packet forwarding instead of port binding
flushed iptables
Sep
12
revised SFTP connections to docker container break when using packet forwarding instead of port binding
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Sep
12
revised SFTP connections to docker container break when using packet forwarding instead of port binding
update
Sep
12
asked SFTP connections to docker container break when using packet forwarding instead of port binding
Jul
10
awarded  Popular Question
Feb
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awarded  Popular Question
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awarded  Notable Question
Dec
22
comment Disk IO slow on ESXi, even slower on a VM (freeNAS + iSCSI)
How big of an effect does ZIL on an SSD have? I understand SLOG should considerably speed up sync writes
Aug
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awarded  Notable Question
May
22
revised Exim: Change sender address when sending mails out of local network
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May
22
accepted Exim: Change sender address when sending mails out of local network
Oct
28
awarded  Yearling
Oct
27
comment Exim: Change sender address when sending mails out of local network
I noticed your edit a while after I had made my last comment. For whatever reason I did not get that to work though, so I went with the other answer, as I was running out of time. I do not doubt that this is right, I propably just had mistyped/configured something...