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bio website genyx.co.uk
location Kent, United Kingdom
age 21
visits member for 2 years, 5 months
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Linux nutcase, Lead Developer at Heliocentrix.

Skillset: C++, C#, JavaScript, PHP, Linux, Regex, OpenGL, WebGL, SQL, gcode

Projects: SO_Tag, Moddr, UMS


Mar
24
comment Access servers individually in a load balanced set
Thanks I got it working! Slightly off topic, but say I want to roll out 100 VMs, I need to SSH onto each one and assign it a port in Apache conf, and then match it in the azure portal, if there a way you know of automating this?
Mar
24
accepted Access servers individually in a load balanced set
Mar
20
comment Access servers individually in a load balanced set
I could do a cron, but I'd rather push to deploy
Mar
20
comment Access servers individually in a load balanced set
The IPs of the servers are the same unfortunatly
Mar
20
asked Access servers individually in a load balanced set
Mar
7
awarded  Supporter
Oct
8
revised Server remembering old rewrite rules, even when I remove htaccess
added 90 characters in body
Oct
8
comment Server remembering old rewrite rules, even when I remove htaccess
I have solved the issue by adding: Options -Multiviews
Oct
8
comment Server remembering old rewrite rules, even when I remove htaccess
Ok I have looked in the log and it seems there is something called a pass through active? its basically removing the php extension but I have no idea where it is coming from...
Oct
8
comment Server remembering old rewrite rules, even when I remove htaccess
Ok I have looked in the log and it seems there is something called a pass through active? its basically removing the php extension but I have no idea where it is coming from...
Oct
8
comment Server remembering old rewrite rules, even when I remove htaccess
I just noted when I ran usr/sbin/apache2 -V it says: "Server compiled with.... -D APACHE_MPM_DIR="server/mpm/prefork" isn't that supposed to say httpd.conf?
Oct
8
comment Server remembering old rewrite rules, even when I remove htaccess
Yes I even reinstalled it
Oct
8
comment Server remembering old rewrite rules, even when I remove htaccess
I've cleared it, tried different computers and accessed it by IP instead of a hosts file domain, still working
Oct
8
comment benchmark my own servers
Run Folding@Home on them and see how many points each one gets? Or choose the highest PPD
Oct
8
asked Server remembering old rewrite rules, even when I remove htaccess
Oct
4
awarded  Student
Oct
4
comment MySQL Crashing and failing to restart
I have edited my question to answer your questions, thanks
Oct
4
revised MySQL Crashing and failing to restart
added memory data
Oct
3
asked MySQL Crashing and failing to restart
Mar
6
comment Sendmail takes an age in Ubuntu
Thanks for the help! I still have no idea what I just did but it worked :)