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comment /var/log/syslog is empty. Service rsyslog is running, but not installed
to find out the package name, find the rsyslog.service file (find /usr -name rsyslog.service probably) and then dpkg -S /path/to/file will tell you the correct package name. Also FYI you can do "export LANG=C" to get English errors from your commands to post here.
Mar
5
comment Nginx - listen on multiple domains, serve only some content on one domain
oh Richard Smith already said this in a comment instead of answer...
Mar
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answered Nginx - listen on multiple domains, serve only some content on one domain
Mar
5
answered RAID5 recreate without loosing data or recovery
Mar
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answered Degraded md RAID5 won't boot
Mar
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answered compare directories local and server with diff
Mar
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comment mdadm not assemble after restart
Which distro is it? (one time with openSUSE, I couldn't get this sort of solution to work... the hook install script that mkinitrd runs would do some weird scan for disks and fail to find them so the generated hook would just ignore them and do nothing... so I could only fix that by writing my own hook :D)
Mar
5
comment How can I schedule a cron job that runs every 10 seconds in linux?
I do a similar thing... I just use *'s in crontab, and then my script uses flock and loops forever, never quits unless it can't obtain a lock.
Mar
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answered mdadm not assemble after restart
Mar
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comment How do I make Linux recognize a new SATA /dev/sda drive I hot swapped in without rebooting?
You should never use the /dev/sd* devices in config files such as fstab. You should never assume the names are always the same. Instead, you should use the UUID=... syntax (without quotes), such as you see in man fstab. To find out the UUID, use the blkid command. (alternatively, you could prefer the label or id; also see /dev/disk/by-*)
Feb
22
answered Chrooting Apache 2.4 on Debian Jessie with mod_security
Feb
22
answered How to securely send logs from your application?
Feb
10
comment Configuring Apache2 to proxy WebSocket?
Just my feedback... this installed and loaded in apache 2.2.22-1ubuntu1.10 from Ubuntu 12.04, but it didn't work for me in the end. The proxy was removing the "Upgrade" header (the source code says "RFC2616 13.5.1 says we should strip these headers"), which is a header the server expects, not just one hop, so it didn't work for me, and I have replaced it with an iptables DNAT rule instead.
Feb
9
revised Configuring Apache2 to proxy WebSocket?
added ./buildconf step... I tested without, and it built but didn't make mod_proxy_wstunnel.so
Feb
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suggested approved edit on Configuring Apache2 to proxy WebSocket?
Feb
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revised setting debconf selections for keyboard-configuration fails… layout ends up as Afghani
minor - just formatting for the last command
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Oct
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answered Apache proxy all ws connections to different port