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reviewed Close Can't access host-only network when on two interfaces
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reviewed Close BIND server doesn't respond after restarting Linux server
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reviewed Leave Open Load tomcat application via DNS without typing 8080
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reviewed Close Is installing Windows Server 2012 R2 using .com versus .local going to cause future problems?
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comment Adding a wired network to our small office
Get a stackable switch to start, and expand it as necessary?
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comment SAN storage I/O issues
The way I read this, the DB having the performance problem is trying to use local SAS hard drives, not the SAN storage?
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reviewed Close understanding web server memory usage
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reviewed Close How to disble PXE in BIOS as it fails to boot
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answered How do i know if this logs are normal, and if somenone got into my server?
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comment How to disable AAAA lookups?
That's pretty heavyweight for an embedded device.
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comment DNAT not forwarding to correct (local) IP address
Why are you doing this? Why don't you have a normal setup with the web server listening on port 443?
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comment nginx E: Sub-process /usr/bin/dpkg returned an error code (1)
Now the real error is visible: Something is wrong with the nginx configuration and it cannot start. Run nginx -t to find out what is the problem.
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revised nginx E: Sub-process /usr/bin/dpkg returned an error code (1)
Fixed formatting
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reviewed Approve nginx E: Sub-process /usr/bin/dpkg returned an error code (1)
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revised What is the maximum ProLiant DL580 G3 SCSI or SAS drive capacity, and are only HP drives permitted?
appended answer 708499 as supplemental
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comment How to configure nginx reverse proxy for ftp
Um, you don't? nginx does not support proxying FTP.
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revised How to disable AAAA lookups?
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revised How to disable AAAA lookups?
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answered How to disable AAAA lookups?
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comment Running TOR on Centos 6
Have you actually looked at the ownership and permissions of the directories and files? What are they? Remember that I'm not the NSA and I can't see your screen! You have to be explicit.