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comment How to fix time on NTP server with a lot of machines synchronized by it
I granted the +50 bounty. It is not the answer I expected, but a good explanation why the wanted solution is not possible. Thanks!
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comment How to fix time on NTP server with a lot of machines synchronized by it
The whole situation is messed up. I talked to some people and it will be either solution 3 or 4. Solution 4 has the issue, that we do not know how robust the services are. There is a lot of software involved of questionable quality. :-(
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comment How to fix time on NTP server with a lot of machines synchronized by it
+1 You are right. I would not setup something like that. I am only the messanger in danger to get shot for this. ;-)
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comment How to fix time on NTP server with a lot of machines synchronized by it
It is even worse: The machines I talk about are all VMs which are not host synchronized (and the hosts of course have no time sync at all). I also do not have a chance to connect the NTP server to another time source, because the machines are isolated from the customer network. BTW.: I did not set this up, I only found the issue... ;-) Has someone a better idea than switching everything off? In a 24/7 environment it is not a good solution. Hopefully not the best.
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asked How to fix time on NTP server with a lot of machines synchronized by it
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comment CORS headers not added in Apache
OK, in that case I cannot help further. I know that this OPTIONS stuff happens before, but I do not have detailed knowledge about that and I didn't need to take about it so far.
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comment CORS headers not added in Apache
Java was only the example for the CORS headers which are to be put into the response header of PUT/DELETE and so forth. Did you try to put the CORS headers there? I do not know RPG, so I cannot help with that unfortunatelly. Can you check whether the service reacts with the request mentioned above? If it does, you see the request reaches the service. As far as I understand it (and what I do in my services), I put the CORS header into the header of the response sent back to browser. The CORS headers are checked by the browser and not by the server.
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answered CORS headers not added in Apache
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