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YA Linux / network admin type who regularly is dragged into PHP gigs.

Feb
20
comment rsyslog udp forwarding truncates at 2048 characters
If its the local server, just use sockets (/dev/log)
Feb
20
answered Setting up VPN on CISCO ASA with private IP on outside interface
Feb
20
answered rsyslog udp forwarding truncates at 2048 characters
Jun
26
comment How is the boot order of SAS drives determined?
There is also the option of /dev/disk/by-path, which on a given make/model/configuration "should" be the same. For relatively well designed "enterprise" hardware, this should map to physical drive slots. Though, since you are asking the question at all, it doesn't sound like you have consistent (or "good") hardware, in which case you might be SOL.
Jun
21
comment How is the boot order of SAS drives determined?
Just don't expect your drives to have any predictable names based on assignment at boot time. It will be dependent on your BIOS, and its varions SATA chipsets, and random interactions of boot order, onboard-RAID status, etc. Set the boot drive, and forget about trying to order anything else. Use /dev/disk/by-id/* , e.g. the serial numbers of the drives. Or UUID of the filesystems themselves.
Mar
18
awarded  Yearling
Dec
11
reviewed Reviewed how do I allow mysql connections through selinux
Dec
11
reviewed Reviewed HP P410i RAID10 performance causing Xen to crash
Dec
11
comment HP P410i RAID10 performance causing Xen to crash
this does seem to provide insufficient information to provide an answer too. Also, significantly, it isn't clear why your problem "crash" is related to the RAID card.
Dec
11
reviewed Reviewed Solutions for scheduling cronjob
Dec
11
reviewed Reviewed Apache Bench reports different result with same page
Dec
11
comment Apache Bench reports different result with same page
Don't use "answers" to provide new info or thanks. Edit the FP, or comment on specific answers for thanks.
Dec
10
comment SVN Active Directory authentication with ProxyPass redirect in the mix
Then I'm not sure. What is your apache and SVN logging configuration?
Dec
10
answered SVN Active Directory authentication with ProxyPass redirect in the mix
Dec
8
reviewed Reviewed ManageEngine runs on Apache server
Dec
8
reviewed Reviewed What Happens When Apache Times Out?
Dec
8
reviewed Reviewed apache .htaccess remove everything after .php
Dec
8
reviewed Reviewed Choosing web server software for security
Dec
8
reviewed Reviewed How do I force Apache to use HTTPS in conjunction with AJP?
Dec
8
reviewed Reviewed Multiple domains with SSL on same IP