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bio website siegedog.com
location Brasov, Romania
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seen Jun 27 '13 at 14:21

I mostly deal with petty webaps and drunken bugs. It's been a while since I've had a good game dev project.


Jun
4
accepted SVN via SSH not working on Windows with Tortoise SVN
Jun
4
answered SVN via SSH not working on Windows with Tortoise SVN
May
30
comment SVN via SSH not working on Windows with Tortoise SVN
I re-did everything, regenerated the key pair using PuttyGen's RSA2 generator and skipped giving it a passphrase. It's working now. I will post a complete answer tomorrow. Thanks for all the help.
May
29
revised SVN via SSH not working on Windows with Tortoise SVN
added more details; subtitle for configuration information
May
29
comment SVN via SSH not working on Windows with Tortoise SVN
Thank you for the reply. I have tried doing that, but to no avail. I did notice that when I purposely enter the passphrase wrong, the dialog instantly prompts me for the new one, whereas if I enter the right one, there's a ~1second delay before this happens.
May
21
awarded  Supporter
May
21
comment SVN via SSH not working on Windows with Tortoise SVN
Sadly, I don't have access to /var/log/authlog...
May
21
awarded  Commentator
May
21
revised SVN via SSH not working on Windows with Tortoise SVN
added 178 characters in body
May
21
comment SVN via SSH not working on Windows with Tortoise SVN
I'm not getting any error. I enter my key's passphrase, and after a brief delay, Tortoise SVN simply asks for it again. I'll update the question - no actual "passphrase is wrong" message is being shown.
May
20
asked SVN via SSH not working on Windows with Tortoise SVN
Apr
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awarded  Popular Question
Jun
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awarded  Autobiographer
Apr
8
comment Unusually high memory usage on a CentOS VPS with 512 guaranteed RAM
Thanks for the tips. Yeah, I've been thinking about that, since I'm pretty positive Apache is overkill for what we're running. nginx is compatible with cPanel, right?
Apr
8
comment Unusually high memory usage on a CentOS VPS with 512 guaranteed RAM
Hello, nope, I haven't seen any sort of pattern. The problem might have been a misconfigured PHP .so file, namely the intl extension. It hadn't been properly compiled and it was missing. That happened a lot of time before, but it seems it hasn't bitten me until now (the upgrade probably stirred it up). I've removed it from php's config and everything seems to be in order. Odd.
Apr
8
comment Unusually high memory usage on a CentOS VPS with 512 guaranteed RAM
The webhost told me to check apache's error logs, and so I did, only to find reports of a segfault. (question updated)
Apr
8
comment Unusually high memory usage on a CentOS VPS with 512 guaranteed RAM
Hey, thanks for the comment, I've edited my question with a section from apache's log. Lack of memory no longer seems to be the problem.
Apr
8
revised Unusually high memory usage on a CentOS VPS with 512 guaranteed RAM
Added apache's error log
Apr
8
awarded  Student
Apr
7
comment Unusually high memory usage on a CentOS VPS with 512 guaranteed RAM
I've submitted a ticket to my hosting provider. They should be able to give me some pointers. I'll post more information here as soon as it becomes available.