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Apr
21
awarded  Popular Question
Mar
24
answered Puppet - removing user who is logged in?
Dec
26
awarded  Popular Question
Dec
8
awarded  Popular Question
Nov
18
comment Remove “faulty state” in RAID 1
I am saying that I would like to think about having the ability to theoretically readd a previously as failed marked partition to a RAID without having to resync the data.
Nov
14
comment Remove “faulty state” in RAID 1
Obviously not..
Nov
14
revised Remove “faulty state” in RAID 1
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Nov
14
accepted Remove “faulty state” in RAID 1
Jul
15
comment (Apache) Weird characters with Roundcube (PHP)
That's just an alternative to removing the php5filter.
Jul
15
accepted (Apache) Weird characters with Roundcube (PHP)
May
22
comment Roundcube “Server Error (OK!)”: Lists no messages but can get messages according to the log file
Can't prove solution.
Apr
3
comment Remove “faulty state” in RAID 1
And this does not work when the only left partition in RAID 1 is broken and can't be resynced. Is there no way to cancel the resync without recreating the whole RAID with a rescue system?
Apr
2
awarded  Student
Apr
2
asked Remove “faulty state” in RAID 1
Dec
19
awarded  Supporter
Sep
23
accepted Overriding memory_limit with .htaccess resulting in mysterious alerts in syslog (suhosin)
Sep
21
comment Overriding memory_limit with .htaccess resulting in mysterious alerts in syslog (suhosin)
Not really. You said a specific setting for suhosing would be stored in /etc/php5/conf.d/ but you never said that 1024M is the default setting even if suhosin.memory_limit is set to 0 (zero).
Sep
21
comment Overriding memory_limit with .htaccess resulting in mysterious alerts in syslog (suhosin)
Thanks for your answer, but I found the real answer.
Sep
21
revised Overriding memory_limit with .htaccess resulting in mysterious alerts in syslog (suhosin)
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Sep
21
answered Overriding memory_limit with .htaccess resulting in mysterious alerts in syslog (suhosin)