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Apr
17
revised Apache shuts down unintentionally
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Apr
14
comment Strange “/var/lib/mysql too full!” message, with almost empty partitions
What Linux distro and MySQL distro/version?
Apr
14
revised Strange “/var/lib/mysql too full!” message, with almost empty partitions
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Apr
13
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Apr
9
answered multiple-account managing on linux
Apr
6
answered How to find Certificate signing request information?
Apr
4
revised Exchange 2013 Hybrid Configuration Wizard
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Mar
11
answered How to avoid 'too many connection' error in MySQL
Mar
7
comment MySQL Unable to cd to '/nonexistent'
You're aware that 5.7 is a Development Release right?
Mar
1
comment Can I run JIRA on a shared hosting server?
JIRA and Confluence are resource pigs. Good luck running it on a VPS with 512Mb - 1GB RAM.
Feb
24
comment SSSD process won't die
Well I was wondering if you had dropped an LDAP domain maybe that confused SSSD. Maybe you could try purging the cache? i.e. "sss_cache -E"
Feb
23
comment SSSD process won't die
Do you have multiple domains configured in your sssd.conf?
Feb
16
revised MySQL “Duplicate entry” Errors on the Slave break replication all the time
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Feb
16
answered MySQL “Duplicate entry” Errors on the Slave break replication all the time
Feb
13
revised Postfix 2.9 or sendmail, outgoing spam prevention (check if sender exists)
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Feb
5
comment Is there disk based file system with dedicated memory caching for Linux?
I don't have experience with ZFS but perhaps you should investigate its ARC page replacement algorithm and whether it might provide a benefit in your case.
Jan
30
revised PHP memcached session redundancy
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Jan
29
answered PHP memcached session redundancy
Jan
29
revised PHP memcached session redundancy
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Jan
25
comment Change SSH Port, but spoof on port 22
Great minds think alike :-)