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comment Public Key Pinning and subdomains
You can either go class 2 verified (and obtain a wildcard certificate covering all subdomains) or install separate class 1 certificates for your different subdomains, using SNI if you just have 1 IP address. The former is easier to implement, though.
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comment Communicating between two computers located on two different ip ranges
@BrettAdams in that case reducing the WRT's to simple access points and adding normal routers (one in each secondary building) would be the way to go. We've had good experiences with the low cost Ubiquiti ERLite (gigabit ports, highly configurable but cost per unit < 100$. Some study required, as most of their functionality should be configured via the command line)
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comment Communicating between two computers located on two different ip ranges
not sure you can even disable all that firewalling and NATting jazz on these consumer devices, so gluing the networks together as one flat /24 is indeed probably the least painful thing to do.
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comment NGINX + SSL certificate securing the connection in some browsers only
@LuisGarnicaGuilarte you're welcome, good luck with your project!
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comment Communicating between two computers located on two different ip ranges
What kind of routers do you use in the secondary buildings? plain routers or router-firewall-nat device things like you normally use to connect to the internet?
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comment Communicating between two computers located on two different ip ranges
You mention that there are already 2 routers in the setup, if they are properly set up they should have one interface in their building's network and one in the 0 network. Is that the way they are set up?
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comment NGINX + SSL certificate securing the connection in some browsers only
@LuisGarnicaGuilarte by just pasting a ----- BEGIN CERTIFICATE ----- .. ----- END CERTIFICATE ----- blokc into the certificate decoder tool I mentioned you can investigate its contents (and see what Issuer it points to - if the issuer is not a root cert you need to add that intermediate as well.
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comment NGINX + SSL certificate securing the connection in some browsers only
@LuisGarnicaGuilarte As explained here? yes. As I said, and as mention in the manual page, order is important.
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answered NGINX + SSL certificate securing the connection in some browsers only
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comment “Memcache can't connect, connection refused (111)”?
Related - serverfault.com/questions/342826/problems-installing-memcached
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comment “Memcache can't connect, connection refused (111)”?
Hmmm... As I suspect you did not actually install the memcache server - or improperly - what is the output of yum list installed | grep memcache ? I think so because you only mention the instruction relative to the php extension needed for memcache, nowhere you mention the installation of the daemon. Plus, it's not running and trying to start it causes all kinds of odd errors.
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comment “Memcache can't connect, connection refused (111)”?
Can you add the errors you get to the question? If chkconfig complains, something must be wrong, let's find out what :)
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comment “Memcache can't connect, connection refused (111)”?
I'm not much of a Centos specialist, but to enable and start the service the command should be something like chkconfig memcached on
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comment “Memcache can't connect, connection refused (111)”?
memcache isn't running (ps doesn't return a line for the memcache daemon). Start it (and enable the service so that it gets restarted after a reboot) and then check whether memcache is actually listening on the port where you expect it to listen? netstat -alnp should return a line containing 0.0.0.0:11211 if it is.
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comment .War updates for Jboss
The exact proper procedure(s) may depend on the version of the appserver, I'd have a look at the documentation of the server version you use (via jboss.org - for version 6 access.redhat.com/documentation/en-US/… )
Aug
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comment .War updates for Jboss
The jboss server logfile, it should be called server.log and by default it lives in a subdirectory called log, of the installation directory. If under some unix-ish OS, you can tail -F server.log to see what's going on in realtime.
Aug
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comment .War updates for Jboss
Could it be possible that you introduced an error in the JSP so that it cannot be recompiled anymore? Do you find any error messages in the log related to the redeployment or first access of that jsp?
Aug
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comment Configure Zabbix API through Nginx the most performant way
Ok that stalled figure is quite telling :)
Aug
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comment Configure Zabbix API through Nginx the most performant way
Are you sure Apache is the bottleneck there? I'd be very interested to hear about your findings, as our experience with zabbix performance issues were nearly exclusively db related, the biggest step to solve these was to switch to a partitioned database (running a 52.39 nvps system with around 5000 items and 2000 triggers).
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comment Configure Zabbix API through Nginx the most performant way
None that I'm aware of, there are plenty references to installations running Zabbix on nginx on the Zabbix forum. By the way, adding pagespeed is a good idea, it really helps.