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Oct
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comment Phpize, Cannot find config.m4, Centos6, SAPRFC Install
Okay, I've edited my answer to give you the exact commands to run and in what order.
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revised Phpize, Cannot find config.m4, Centos6, SAPRFC Install
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comment Phpize, Cannot find config.m4, Centos6, SAPRFC Install
What extension are you trying to build?
Oct
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answered Phpize, Cannot find config.m4, Centos6, SAPRFC Install
Oct
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revised Storage Architecture
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Oct
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comment Are bare steel floor tiles suitable for a server room?
@SmallClanger - this makes for interesting reading, esdtile.com/charged-questions/…
Oct
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comment Are bare steel floor tiles suitable for a server room?
@HopelessN00b. 4 inches is a normal standard for underfloor office wiring - and in a DC with overhead cooling, it shouldn't really present an issue.
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revised Calculating DRBD Meta Size
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answered Calculating DRBD Meta Size
Oct
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comment Extremely slow response when connecting to remote MySQL database (LAMP Server)
It still needs to resolve DNS regardless of whether you have set that flag or not. Given its over commodity ADSL connections - its not much of a surprise that its slow.
Oct
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comment Extremely slow response when connecting to remote MySQL database (LAMP Server)
Can the remote MySQL server resolve DNS? What is the last mile connectivity on each server,
Oct
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comment How can I debug nginx further than the error log?
You could start by updating Nginx to the latest version. Albeit, I'm not aware of such a bug in 1.2.3
Oct
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comment Should I choose my hosting company's mail server, or make my own mail server on my Cloud server? (for security)
What do you think Google Apps is? Its still a shared email service. This is a shopping question and thus, not really suitable for SF.
Sep
30
comment How does an ISP find a server using it's IP address?
@Brandon - the same way your local network does. It tries its own routed subnets, failing that, passes upstream to its gateway. Until it gets to an ASN, at which point it will look at its route table (of the entire internet) and pick the most appropriate route to the router responsible for the next hop.
Sep
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comment How does an ISP find a server using it's IP address?
You expect someone to answer how the internet works in the small textarea below. You're having a laugh.
Sep
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comment HTTP/1.1 Status Codes 400 and 417, cannot choose which
I live in hope I'll get a chance to use 418
Sep
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comment HTTP/1.1 Status Codes 400 and 417, cannot choose which
Is the machine serving the response a teapot? If so Header 418 might be more appropriate.
Sep
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comment Does forwarding a DNS to another server takes any resources?
Well, if they're happy to pay for your bandwidth and have a slower, more unreliable site - then keep at it.
Sep
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comment Does forwarding a DNS to another server takes any resources?
Why do you not want to forward the DNS entries?