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Sep
23
comment Nginx load balancer is hanging on SSL
Hi, you wrote you checked the accesslogs, can you check the errorlogs, and syslog or messages maybe you'll find out more in there. So far nginx always reported an error to me (if there was an error)
Sep
23
comment Governing fan speed in Linux
The reason why you see 3 fans is because you have the possibility to handle 3 fans. And for the noise, in my experience there's no need for you Server to be quit because you usually mount it somewhere where the only things which can hear it are your other servers, if they are too loud there's also the possibility to buy more quiet ones but that's just my opinion.
Jan
7
awarded  Informed
Jan
7
awarded  Teacher
Jan
7
answered Getting Fatal Errors in Nginx to Be Shown in the Browser
Jan
7
comment HTTP proxy to deal with different encoding
Can't you analyse the html headers (for example with a regex) and convert them individually?
Jan
7
answered Postfix server block outgoing fake domain permit only one domain
Jan
7
comment mysql fails every day at the same time and when many requests occurs
@perondi What are your Serverspecs?
Jan
7
awarded  Supporter
Jan
7
comment mysql fails every day at the same time and when many requests occurs
according to his description in which mysql fails at the same time, i agree on checking the crons, this is clearly a memory issue.
Jan
6
comment mysql fails every day at the same time and when many requests occurs
Did you check your error_logs? Judging from your description it could be anything, from too many open files to max connections reached, please refine your description for us to be able to help you
Nov
12
answered Recording traffic for later replay
Oct
10
answered Test load on Web Server
Oct
9
comment How do ulimit -n and /proc/sys/fs/file-max differ?
If i get your post right, this is not true. It is per process spawned by user xy, and this is limited by the filesystem maximum defined in /etc/sysctl.conf
Jul
30
answered To use syslog or not