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accepted How to forbid HTTP TRACE in lighttpd
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comment How to forbid HTTP TRACE in lighttpd
Thanks for the info! There's several servers behind the web-facing proxy (pond), so I wasn't sure which server the vulnerability applied to. So if lighttpd doesn't implement TRACE, then I guess it was Apache ;)
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asked How to forbid HTTP TRACE in lighttpd
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comment Howto setup 3-node heartbeat cluster?
@Lukas I think that information on the wiki page refers to a very old Heartbeat version, because right after the passage you cite, it says "A new resource manager which addressed these limitations and more was written for Heartbeat 2.0.0." And Heartbeat 3.0 is the recent version.
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asked Howto setup 3-node heartbeat cluster?
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accepted find files with non-zero size in shell
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asked find files with non-zero size in shell
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comment Why does /proc/cpuinfo show contradicting processor speeds?
thanks, but there is no /proc/acpi/processor on this system.
Jan
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comment Why does /proc/cpuinfo show contradicting processor speeds?
it's here: gist.github.com/4683911
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revised Why does /proc/cpuinfo show contradicting processor speeds?
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comment Why does /proc/cpuinfo show contradicting processor speeds?
can I find out if SpeedStep is active from the shell? I have no root priviledges and cannot reboot the machine.
Jan
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comment Why does /proc/cpuinfo show contradicting processor speeds?
see my EDIT to the question. it seems one Xeon is at 1.6GHz, while the other is at full speed. Load average > 24, so no idling. Any ideas?
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asked Why does /proc/cpuinfo show contradicting processor speeds?
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asked Find out how long a user was logged into a Linux server
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comment How to truncate backup paths in rsnapshot
rsnapshot seems to cut off the trailing /, so that it rsync with the path root@123.123.123.123:/mnt/rsnapshot/. Is there anything I can do without disabling --relative?
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