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answered Cron job sends out the same data every time despite changes in the database
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Oct
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comment How to send emails from webmail using Amazon Web Services (AWS)?
No tunnel was required, I used some ports that were ok to use (over SSL). I used some server in UK (as it's for UK email) and it works just fine as that VPS subnet is clean from spammers.
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accepted How to send emails from webmail using Amazon Web Services (AWS)?
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comment How to send emails from webmail using Amazon Web Services (AWS)?
Transactional IS NOT regular email. Transactional email is email generated from websites, while regular email is hand-written.
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comment CentOS vs. Ubuntu
It's not wonder they threat you this way. I found them very helpful when building JBoss systems. If you chase them for questions about packaging or firewall you would be always pushed back because there isn't much to understand or ask. It's simple, obvious and self-explanatory. You might still get some attention from other trolls on SO.
Sep
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comment CentOS vs. Ubuntu
And now Centos7 is also faster. The main concept behind Ubuntu being used in datacentres is that it's bleeding edge, but unfortunately you might have problems getting software stacks on that while Centos7 simply runs everything just fine. There isn't Python 3, Java 8, but you dont need to wait for RHEL8 but just drop it into the folder.
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comment How do you diagnose packet loss?
It's "Exterminate" and not "Eliminate".
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suggested rejected edit on Linux - real-world hardware RAID controller tuning (scsi and cciss)
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answered IOAT enabled but not being used with Linux?