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May
9
revised Netstat doesn't work on FreeBSD by php function exec()
update: kvm error and external references.
May
9
revised Netstat doesn't work on FreeBSD by php function exec()
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May
9
answered Netstat doesn't work on FreeBSD by php function exec()
May
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Dec
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Oct
30
comment If you DONT use noac when mounting, is there a command to refresh the file and directory attributes given a path
We had some interesting problems a few years ago with Java mmapping jar files, then failing to "let go" and re-read the file when the map got marked dirty. Our solution? Kill off Java entirely and restart it. Hope you find a better solution. :)
Sep
22
comment CNAME for top of domain?
I should point out that EVERY domain is a "subdomain". example.com is a subdomain of com, and com is a subdomain of .. Any limitations put in place by your ISP are put in place by your ISP and perhaps the registrar, not by the underlying technology.
Aug
21
comment Prevent sudo, apt-get, etc. from swallowing pasted input to STDIN?
@SystemParadox - then the OP's original problem remains. Doing your system administration by cut-and-paste is a bad idea. If it doesn't work in the first place for the OP, then so much the better. Making it a pain helps to discourage the practice.
Aug
20
comment Unix: how can I change Program's running user and running group?
@hhh - your question used Apache as an example, but asked for a generic case. I provided that, including a reference to the only ubiquitous shell command that can be used to set your userid, but my answer is "too generic", and you think this deserves a downvote, despite the fact that my answer contains no errors or misinformation? Wow. I'll be sure to skip spending any effort on your future questions.
Aug
20
comment Unix: how can I change Program's running user and running group?
@hhh - If you installed Apache from its package (i.e. using apt-get or equivalent), then the package's install script probably created the necessary user and group for Apache's privilege separation. It's almost always a better idea to use a distro's "approved" and "supported" packages and methods rather than rolling your own. If you're writing new server software, consider having its install process create a new user just to own the files manipulated by the server. If privileged access is required for low-numbered ports or log manipulation, follow Apache's example, with a stub and children.
Aug
20
comment Unix: how can I change Program's running user and running group?
@hhh - the "Debian" label wasn't there when I wrote my answer; when you first posted your question, you tagged it "Unix".
Aug
20
answered Unix: how can I change Program's running user and running group?
Aug
17
comment How do i connect my host browser to my guest web server
Alrighty. Well, as I said, and as DJ Pon3 said in his comment, make sure the two machines (host and guest) are on the same IP network. Can you ping the guest's IP from the host? You mentioned the guest's IP, but not the host's. Are they in the same subnet? What kind of network interface have you configured in VMWare? TAP/bridged? Go through ALL the diagnostics, not just one or two.
Aug
17
answered How do i connect my host browser to my guest web server
Aug
16
comment Video card does not work in server
Ah, CUDA seems reasonable. Still, I'd probably want to dedicate hardware to that sort of thing, rather than loading it on to server that already has other responsibilities. Many eggs, one basket. I don't buy the RemoteFX argument though.
Aug
16
comment Video card does not work in server
It's a server? Then you probably don't want to install a dual-DVI+HDMI card in it. Put that card in your workstation. The server shouldn't even have a GUI installed.
Aug
16
answered Is it necessary to have RAID in a virtual machine?
Jun
27
comment Does ZFS replace the need for hardware/software RAID?
@TomTom - also depends on how much RAM is in the system. ZFS is pretty memory hungry. Also be wary of heat if you have 72 disks in a 4U chassis.
Jun
3
comment What are DKIM (DomainKeys Identified Mail) and The SPF (Sender Policy Framework)?
Which of the various Google hits did you read? What was confusing about them?
Jun
2
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