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comment How to re-create /tmp/mysql.sock?
@Magne Then just try: /etc/init.d/mysql start
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comment Should I install x86_64 or i386 RPM packages?
I am still not understanding @jpmc26. Yes, x86 is used to denote "processor architectures ending in 86", but the two choices he has available are one package specifically compatible with 386 processors, and one package compatible with x86 64-bit processors. I don't understand what you mean by, "but isn't this why it's x86?"
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comment Should I install x86_64 or i386 RPM packages?
@jpmc26 but the choices are i386 and x86_64, note the _64 meaning "64 bit". He's running i686 which is not 64-bit so i386 is the proper choice.
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comment How to prevent cpanel from doing graceful restart every time an add on domain is added
Again, I'd like to point out that many of us are forced to use cPanel. Often we're sysadmins at hosting companies. Neither vim nor Puppet provide end users with ways to manage their email addresses, create forwarders, edit .htaccess files using a GUI, view and manage log files and stats, track quota and bandwidth usage, install web software... the list goes on. Just because our companies make us use cPanel doesn't mean we're bad sysadmins :-) That being said, an Apache graceful restart should not bring Apache down and should not take 5-10 minutes. That's the issue here, not cPanel.
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