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bio website jacksleight.com
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comment Java class path completely ignored (OS X)
OK great, thanks!
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accepted Java class path completely ignored (OS X)
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comment Java class path completely ignored (OS X)
RE the right site: Sorry, I wasn't sure, thought this counted as server configuration.
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comment Java class path completely ignored (OS X)
Ahhhh OK. So there's no way Java can be configured to search a default environment defined directory for JARs to execute using the "java -jar ..." command? The jarfile argument always has to be explicit?
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revised Java class path completely ignored (OS X)
edited title
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comment Setting Apache's PATH environment to match users
Perfect, thanks! This is only on a development machine so that's fine.
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accepted Setting Apache's PATH environment to match users
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asked Setting Apache's PATH environment to match users
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accepted Significant differences between PHPs memory_get_peak_usage() on Windows vs. OS X
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comment Significant differences between PHPs memory_get_peak_usage() on Windows vs. OS X
Both under mod_php yes, but "What worker style (prefork? threaded?)?" is a bit beyond my knowledge... I'll try to find out.
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comment Significant differences between PHPs memory_get_peak_usage() on Windows vs. OS X
Yup both running the same version of PHP. All the same extensions as far as I'm aware, although I've not checked every extension version.
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comment Significant differences between PHPs memory_get_peak_usage() on Windows vs. OS X
Well they're both running as modules under Apache, so I thought they should be the same? Maybe not though?
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asked Significant differences between PHPs memory_get_peak_usage() on Windows vs. OS X
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comment Network Transfer Rate on SMB/FTP
Huh, I cant believe that didn't even occur to me, think that might be exactly the problem. I guess the network is transferring perfectly well then.
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asked Network Transfer Rate on SMB/FTP