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Jun
19
comment Nginx enable direct access only to images
First, the problem I was facing even while trying all the methods was that chrome stored trailing slash at wrong config and continued adding slash at the end of URL even nginx was fine configured, had to test this in Anonymous window in Chrome. Next there was missing ^ char. ~^/img/( is correct. Thanks for your help! ;)
Jun
19
accepted Nginx enable direct access only to images
Jun
19
comment Nginx enable direct access only to images
It always puts trailing slash at the end 500 Internal Server Error :/
Jun
19
asked Nginx enable direct access only to images
Feb
16
comment nginx - linux permissions interesting issue
Edit: But I think I had problems with stability under unix socket, so thats the reason I switched to slower TCP/IP.
Feb
16
comment nginx - linux permissions interesting issue
@Fleshgrinder You're true, I had some problems with unix socket, but maybe it was only my problem, because of not tweaked linux. I will try switching it back to unix socket and see if it is better than TCP/IP.
Feb
16
comment nginx - linux permissions interesting issue
This never happened to me. I am having in nginx.conf: user www-data; File owner is MyNonRootUser and Group is www-data, everything works fine. However I would suggest you to use ip sock instead of php-fpm.sock :)
Feb
16
comment FPM sometimes serving from wrong pool
You should provide your nginx.conf and both site A and site B virtual configs. Also what is the version of nginx? What about php5-fpm log?
Feb
14
comment ethernet RX/TX drops to zero, is it normal? No problems at all discovered
Ok thanks, I will move to more serious datacenter in 2 weeks, so will report here if it is Debian's problem or datacenter's.
Feb
14
comment ethernet RX/TX drops to zero, is it normal? No problems at all discovered
Clients are downloading/uploading data for hours, it is impossible to have server idle. But while uploading or download to and from the server I did not notice any problems or drops at all, so I am curious if this happens to more people or it is something maybe with my ethernet card or problems with switch in datacenter.
Feb
14
revised ethernet RX/TX drops to zero, is it normal? No problems at all discovered
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Feb
14
asked ethernet RX/TX drops to zero, is it normal? No problems at all discovered
Feb
5
comment Why are bad superblocks happening
Harddrives seem to be ok, all are in online state, no failure predicted, speed is good, so after I run e2fsck it is processing already 20 hours and I am getting hundreds or thousands of: Illegal block .. CLEARED and inodes corruption size/block is ... should be 0 FIXED. Does that mean I will lose all my data? I feel like I've already lost them :/
Feb
4
comment Why are bad superblocks happening
Nothing interesting in the logs :/ I have no idea why this problem occurs...
Feb
4
asked Why are bad superblocks happening
Jan
28
revised Nginx + php-fcgi website loads 4-5 seconds, slow issue
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Jan
28
accepted RAID 5 30TB File storage - filesystem and strip size on large files
Jan
28
comment RAID 5 30TB File storage - filesystem and strip size on large files
Anyway, thanks for your time!