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Oct
7
comment Compile nginx with bundled shared libraries for Docker to make a tiny image
@ChrisMcKinnel, this is what I've been looking for! Didn't know there's a package manager for BusyBox! Many thanks! :)
May
28
comment Kill child process when the parent exits
@MichaelHampton, ErrorLog |cat does not output anything since when Apache launches this external command - it discards its output
May
28
comment Kill child process when the parent exits
@kupson hahaha oh my gosh, never thought tail can do that! Amazing! Post as an answer, I'll accept it :)
May
28
comment Kill child process when the parent exits
@MichaelHampton, supervisor running multiple processes: apache, redis, cron (bundled them to simplify the setup). In other cases this can be any app which only can write to logfiles. stdout logs is a requirement for 12-factor apps to run in a cloud, namely, CoreOS
May
28
comment Kill child process when the parent exits
@MichaelHampton, okay, let's say that's Apache. It can only log to files or syslog, and not to stdout. I need to have logging to stdout :)
May
28
comment Kill child process when the parent exits
@MichaelHampton, you're right, but in this case I really need to print something out. Supervisor is not good at printing :)
May
28
comment Make a Docker application write to stdout
@qkrijger, good point! Now, if anyone has experience with it ... ?
May
28
comment Make a Docker application write to stdout
@MichaelHampton, seems fine, but Docker runs a single process that can write to stdout, and this sounds like combining two of them?
Apr
15
comment Managing server certificates for wildcard
Is it Digicert who does that, or I can issue sub-certificates myself?
Mar
21
comment Re-mount USB device after removal on Windows
@MariaMeh, hehe, good luck in your development! :)
Mar
13
comment Allowing traffic only from a specified IP addresses using iptables
Related: unix.stackexchange.com/questions/11851/…
Mar
13
comment Allowing traffic only from a specified IP addresses using iptables
After the 1st command is entered, the current SSH connection is immediately blocked, careful!
Mar
13
comment Serving multiple web-service instances
Wow, thanks! Right, there are many tools for automated software deployment, and services to manage the servers for us. Still, my main concern is about the total number of applicatin+DB instances: is 1:1 the only way of doing that with my restrictions?
May
10
comment Does directory mtime always change when a new file is created inside?
Easy. However, not on all OSes & filesystems at once :)
May
4
comment Correct recursive chmod, separate for files & dirs
At least it works in Linux :)
May
4
comment Correct recursive chmod, separate for files & dirs
Does not answer the question. However, useful :)
May
4
comment Correct recursive chmod, separate for files & dirs
Too long for being 'handy' to type at once :)
Dec
29
comment Corrupt files' contents, while FS is OK
THE RESULT: ddrescue did the job, managed to minimize the number of errors
Dec
17
comment Corrupt files' contents, while FS is OK
True. However, I can't believe such massive "damage" (whatever) could miss the metadata :) Already trying your suggestion, 10x!
Nov
12
comment System-wide authorized_keys
Okay, then, how to SFTP-acess every account? cp?