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I'm Patrick McDougle. A software developer in San Francisco. I currently work at POPSUGAR. I like answering questions on StackOverflow and cooking with my fiancee.


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comment How to tell php-fpm to send php error log to the nginx error log?
You could also just set php's error log to the same file as the nginx one.
Oct
29
awarded  Excavator
Oct
29
revised I need a VPS that lets me upload my own OVF
Fixed broken link to point to similar resource.
Oct
29
suggested approved edit on I need a VPS that lets me upload my own OVF
Sep
30
awarded  Explainer
Apr
10
comment Heartbleed: how to reliably and portably check the OpenSSL version?
openssl version -a might not need the build date of April 7, because the fix is being backported to the older releases.
Oct
11
comment Emails still arriving to old Exchange server AFTER updating MX Records
I've got the same issue going on. Did you ever figure it out? Was it a misbehaving DNS cache?
Mar
25
comment Gluster: What's a Brick vs a Node
You mention recommendations, what are those and where can we find those? Also, if you wouldn't mind, my post should probably be fact checked as I have only read, and never used GlusterFS. Let me know if any info in my post is inaccurate and I will edit it to fix.
Mar
25
awarded  Commentator
Mar
25
comment Gluster: What's a Brick vs a Node
For example, you could do the striped volume with 2 bricks on the 1 node. Or 2 nodes with 1 brick each. Or 4 nodes with 1 brick each. Or 1 node with 4 bricks. It just depends on how many places you want the glusterfsd running.
Mar
25
comment Gluster: What's a Brick vs a Node
I think the diagrams are meant to be a configuration that is possible, but not the only possibility for that volume type.
Mar
25
comment Gluster: What's a Brick vs a Node
I'd imagine that a node is a "server" or some entity running the glusterFS server daemon. And a brick is a volume on those nodes. A node can have multiple bricks, that is, multiple volumes on the same server.
Mar
25
revised Gluster: What's a Brick vs a Node
Added a link to the document referenced
Mar
25
answered Gluster: What's a Brick vs a Node
Mar
25
suggested approved edit on Gluster: What's a Brick vs a Node
Mar
19
comment SSL Session Persistence - HA Heartbeat
Apparently you can transparently migrate TCP sessions to other servers, some folks at MIT have done this.
Mar
19
awarded  Scholar
Mar
19
accepted SSL Session Persistence - HA Heartbeat
Mar
19
comment SSL Session Persistence - HA Heartbeat
@symcbean thanks for your insights. Just to clarify the SSL is terminated on Milo and Otis, not on any other machine.
Mar
19
awarded  Student