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comment TCP connection hangs after transferring 1024 bytes
This was a MTU issue. It was set to 1492, we tried to lower it by increments as suggested, with no luck. Out of despair we upped it to 1500, it solved the issue.
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comment TCP connection hangs after transferring 1024 bytes
@petrus, I'll need to go onsite to confirm f/w version as well, I'll edit my question with the additional information.
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comment TCP connection hangs after transferring 1024 bytes
@Shane : I used netcat to confirm, I'll get you a capture next time I go on site.
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comment How to check diskspace on SFTP server
Well, as answered by mailq in this case you're done : there's no way to check in a scponly environment.
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revised Forcing a sender name on outgoing mail
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revised Setting NTFS ACLs over the network - Is there a faster way?
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comment Forcing a sender name on outgoing mail
It's a pretty straightforward setup actually. The regex will command the rewrite, your flags will define when to apply the rewrite. As often with exim and especially if you use complex lookups, always test extensively - the ` exim` executable as a lot of useful options to test every apsect of your config. The page you're linking to is still valid, however I find it a better practice to group all rewriting rules into a rewriting section.
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comment Non-root MySQL passwords always wrong
Have you tried to issue good ol' FLUSH PRIVILEGES already ?
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comment Setting a permission for any future file created in this directory
Short answer : you can't, umask works on a per-session basis. I had overlooked this requirement in your question. If you can't use ACLs, I guess you could hack something into your user's .bashrc to set the umask only when in this specific directory.