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Apr
24
comment Logging the outgoing port for IPV4
@Draconar: On Windows, you can run the command ipconfig. It will show you something like IPv6 Address: 2001:0:9d38:90d7:148b:1ee0:bbfa:68ab, if you also have an IPv6 address. I'm sure it is similar on Linux.
Apr
24
comment Logging the outgoing port for IPV4
However IPv6 does have it's own provisions meant to help ensure anonymity, such as a single device having multiple IPs and formal mechanisms for the device to change IPs.
Apr
24
comment Logging the outgoing port for IPV4
If they won't give it to you, consider moving your site to some provider who will - or just have the Brazilian government pressure them for you. They are the ones with the interest, and they certainly have power.
Apr
24
comment Logging the outgoing port for IPV4
The FBI is also interested in ISP's converting to IPv6 for similar reasons gcn.com/Articles/2012/06/07/…
Nov
14
comment Postfix / Dovecot and Email Retrieval
Postfix is delivering the email to a virtual user, not a Unix user, as described in the linked article. How can I test whether Postfix has accepted the email given that?
Nov
13
comment Postfix / Dovecot and Email Retrieval
What is "It's difficult to tell what is being asked here. This question is ambiguous, vague, incomplete, overly broad, or rhetorical and cannot be reasonably answered in its current form." about my question? I would be glad to fill in any incomplete parts given some guidance.
Nov
12
comment Dovecot, POP3 and Gmail
+1 for the tip, but it turned out to be something else in my particular case.
Nov
8
comment Horde complains that Imp is not running
Yeah, it was something about the provided conf.php.
Oct
3
comment Secure SFTP Configuration that Allows SFTP User Write Access
@c2h5oh: Just found a solution... posted it.
Jul
25
comment Wordpress slow when publishing
I suspect the problem is with the EBS volumes based on the information you provided :-) When the website is calm, most of the data rows needed are probably in RAM (cache) of the MySQL instance or in the Wordpress cache.
Mar
8
comment Open Source Monitoring for Windows
What exactly makes this question off-topic? Reading serverfault.com/faq I see that questions about monitoring are on-topic and I do not see anything that fits my question on the off-topic list.
Mar
8
comment Open Source Monitoring for Windows
Hmmm... the press release says it can be downloaded from one of two locations, both of which don't have a download... Any idea how supported that packaging is? nagios.org/news/77-news-announcements/…
Aug
16
comment I have two Virtual Dedicated Server, one is with Godaddy and another is with Media temple
@Sura: UltraDNS is the one I'm familiar with. I'm sure there are several other companies that offer a similar service.
Apr
1
comment Enable Remote Desktop File Transfer
Did that per the link in my post. Where would I check policy settings on the remote server?
Aug
30
comment IIS 7.0 Website Fails Regularly After About 30 Minutes
How could that happen? IIS can find the DLL initially, just seems to lose track of it at some point. What might I have done setting up the site that could cause that behavior?
Aug
27
comment IIS 7.0 Website Fails Regularly After About 30 Minutes
Thanks for the tip. Still, I would prefer not to have to GAC the DLL and would really like to understand the root cause.
May
14
comment Ubuntu Software RAID 0 on AWS Does Not Survive Reboot
@jneves: Updated with relevant files.
Apr
21
comment Load Balancing Linux Web Services and Change Config Without Restart
Yes reload sends HUP. This is working great, thanks.
Apr
21
comment Load Balancing Linux Web Services and Change Config Without Restart
@Javier: How do I send the HUP signal to the client? Using /usr/bin/nginx -s HUP? The -s parameter documentation says allowed values are stop, quit, reopen, reload. Does "-s reload" send the HUP signal?
Apr
21
comment Load Balancing Linux Web Services and Change Config Without Restart
Awesome! I especially love the binary reload.