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comment Historical data / logs on what RAM and disk storage used to be in Linux?
I've looked through all the email archives but they didn't include any specs of the VPS in the messages.
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comment Historical data / logs on what RAM and disk storage used to be in Linux?
Thanks for the answer. I'm using CentOS 5.8, I didn't see anything "ram" or "memory" nor "disk" in the dmseg results. Nor do I find anything in /var/log that looks like what you posted by 'find /var/log -type f -exec grep "RAM" {} \;' or "memory", etc. Any idea?
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comment Historical data / logs on what RAM and disk storage used to be in Linux?
@HopelessN00b, it's Wiredtree.com. The people are pretty nice but this is really frustrating.
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comment What happens to partially uploaded files?
@SimonStrasser, question updated. I meant ordinary users who upload stuff via the native HTML upload control.
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asked A brand new VPS with high system overhead for RAM. Should I worry?
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comment Multiple hostnames for one server?
Thank you both for the comments and interests in my question. As John pointed out, I didn't ask it quite the right way but was lucky enough to get an answer anyway. Thanks everyone again!
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comment Multiple hostnames for one server?
That's the answer! Thank you! I didn't quite follow what a return path was....For PHP mail(), just add a 5th parameter as '-fsystem@mydomain.com' for system@mydomain.com to be the Return-Path email - php.net/manual/en/function.mail.php
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comment Multiple hostnames for one server?
Thanks that seems to be it. However I'm using WHM/cPanel on my host and it keeps updating /etc/hosts with a single hostname. And there doesn't seem to be any way to add multiple hostnames via WHM/cPanel......what do I do?
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comment Multiple hostnames for one server?
Thanks for the tips but I have tried it all. SPF and DKIM only seem to help identify your messages as legal ones (NOT spam) so they aren't caught in the spam folder. But it still displays a 'via' field. Check this: blog.wordtothewise.com/2012/04/getting-rid-of-the-via-at-gmail
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comment Multiple hostnames for one server?
Is that the same as a hostname? I'm not an expert of Linux but I suppose hostname is more a system thing rather than an Apache thing? Probably in /etc/hosts or something?
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