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comment PHP exceptions cause nginx to leak virtualhosts into each-other
Right, they're long, but I pasted 'em now.
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revised PHP exceptions cause nginx to leak virtualhosts into each-other
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asked PHP exceptions cause nginx to leak virtualhosts into each-other
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revised Nginx not logging PHP errors
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Jul
21
comment Nginx not logging PHP errors
Related: stackoverflow.com/questions/8677493/…
Jul
21
answered Nginx not logging PHP errors
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awarded  Popular Question
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awarded  Popular Question
Mar
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asked Exim4 working fine at sending emails, except to addresses with the fully-qualified domain in them
Mar
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comment Logwatch configured for nginx with custom log format gives empty output
This post was a good resource: blog.shlrm.org/blog/2012/05/09/adding-nginx-to-logwatch-output
Mar
10
comment MAILTO is not working for CRON. How can I fix this?
possible duplicate of How to change "From:" field for emails from Cron?
Feb
23
comment How do I configure the default email sender properties on a debian server?
Part of what ended up causing my problem is that only authorized users are allowed to send out via my rackspace smarthost, so I had to make sure that whoever the default send-out user was, the /etc/email-addresses alias mentioned below by coredump handled that fake user, and re-aliased it to a real user who the smarthost would truly accept. In my case it was being sent out as www-data@mydomain.com because the www-data user was in control of the php scripts that were trying to send email. Alias www-data to webadmin@mydomain.com and they started being delivered.
Feb
11
comment No space left on device error, but df reports as more space available
I wasn't able to delete /tmp directly, same as I wasn't able to ls /tmp, but I was able to mount the filesystem temporarily elsewhere and -then- it allowed me to delete & remake the /tmp directory. I just mv'ed the old directory to /tmp_damaged since I actually wasn't able to rm & delete it either.
Feb
11
accepted No space left on device error, but df reports as more space available
Feb
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Feb
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revised I think I have multiple postgresql servers installed, how do I identify and delete the 'extra' ones?
Fixed typo in command name, pg_lsclustes --> pg_lsclusters plus minimum size of text changes for an edit to be accepted.
Feb
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suggested approved edit on I think I have multiple postgresql servers installed, how do I identify and delete the 'extra' ones?
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comment No space left on device error, but df reports as more space available
nods I'll try this approach sometime next week.