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comment Where does cron store the real-time stderr logs?
run job manually sh -x script, you'll be able to see more..
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comment EC2 Single Instance Returning Port 80 for SSL
ssl.conf that comes w/ mod_ssl will provide you ssl functionality out of the box (without redirecting anywhere), if you're on port 80 that's not secure, it should be port 443 or just https instead of http.
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comment Check if cron ran and have fallback
how is it real time if you run it every minute via cron?)
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comment EC2 Single Instance Returning Port 80 for SSL
@Michael as I mention before; I used that just for test to show it to you, so you do NOT need to install it, basically it acts as a http client (a.k.a. browser).
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comment EC2 Single Instance Returning Port 80 for SSL
nagios-plugins is just for a test, so you can see output of phpinfo();.
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comment I don't have Sendmail but port 25 is still using by Sendmail
@Kami, I just updated my answer with sendmail as well, as it seems like you're running sendmail and not postfix.
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comment I don't have Sendmail but port 25 is still using by Sendmail
if it's already set to all from localhost than I'm guessing you didn't restart your postfix yet, as that's the only configuration change is needed in order to start listening on all interfaces.
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answered I don't have Sendmail but port 25 is still using by Sendmail
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answered EC2 Single Instance Returning Port 80 for SSL
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comment EC2 Single Instance Returning Port 80 for SSL
you might want to include relevant apache configuration file, i just tried in my own environment and SERVER_PORT returned 443.
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answered No space left on device - wrong size
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comment ec2 systemd unable to mount nfs on boot and it times out
@MichaelHampton Thanks for pointing this out to me) I just updated my question. I'm running RHEL7.
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comment varnish wordpress comments
nginx is just as fast as Varnish when it comes down to serving static files.