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comment Intel S3500 SSD vs 15k SAS HDD
Go shopping for another provider. I pay less than a third of that for machines with better specs.
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comment Local administrator user is blocking my actions
@Wesley Yes, it's technology. And while it's certainly old, it's still useful...
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comment Local administrator user is blocking my actions
@Wesley I beg to differ. Technology solved personnel problems long ago.
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comment MariaDB ENGINE=CONNECT IMPORT DUMP FAILED
How do you expect to store data in the remote database if you aren't connected to it?
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comment Server only reachable over VPN
See also tour and help center.
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comment How do I enable updated PHP 5.5 versions in RHEL 7
Remi is also a Red Hat employee and packages the "official" PHP packages for RHEL. You will not have a problem with his repo. I've been recommending it for years.
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comment Debian apt install single package from experimental but keep original system upgrades
Well, I wouldn't use Debian at all, but if I did it would be a complete stretch installation (or sid, or whatever). Not packages mixed from different releases.
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comment Debian apt install single package from experimental but keep original system upgrades
Just a reminder: While it seems Debian people do this sort of thing all the time, it is not safe and can result in a completely unrecoverable system.
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comment How to decode traffic as NTLM protocol in Wireshark?
Have you got a very old version of Wireshark then?
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comment NGNIX, SSL Certificates and PC-DSSI 3.1
Where is the part about TLS 1.0 not being acceptable?
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comment Circular directory structure
There is no way to know because you only provided a relative path, and did not tell us what it is relative to! Show the absolute path, and also the list of mounts in /proc/self/mounts.
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comment NGINX + memcached, location not found
Welcome to Server Fault. If you were able to answer your own question, you should post it as an answer. This is not a forum, and answers can be missed if they are part of the question.
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comment `aptitude` like conflict resolution on RHEL like systems?
As a general rule this sort of thing isn't actually necessary on a CentOS system, as conflicts are extremely rare in the default repos and uncommon even in third party repos.
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comment Hosting SSH Keys
I have an Ansible playbook for distributing ssh keys.
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comment Trying to mitigate Logjam on Apache 2.2.16
@CraigWatson Red Hat backported the relevant code, Debian doesn't appear to have done.
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comment How much of a performance does using QEMU virtualization incur on Windows?
@vfclists I suppose it could be made to do, but this is such an unusual (and not commonly desired) case that there's no reason to put much effort into it.
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comment Bare metal hyper-visor that supports viewing it's own guests
Nobody uses the original definitions of "Type 1" and "Type 2" hypervisors anymore.
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comment Bare metal hyper-visor that supports viewing it's own guests
I'm having a lot of trouble coming up with any realistic scenario in which no other machine is available. Maybe the aftermath of a nuclear war, but in that case you'll have more pressing concerns.
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comment Possible to map a directory to another server (for independant Wordpress install)?
What penalties to subdomains? Have you read some bad information about SEO on the Internet?
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comment PHP-FPM Stuck & High IO
My first thought is it's a failing disk. Contact your service provider.