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Feb
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Apr
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Apr
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answered Can't get SPDY working on nginx 1.5.9
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Apr
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comment Can't get SPDY working on nginx 1.5.9
I'm using 13.04. Here are the debug-logs for the vhost. Can't find anything spdy related in it though. pastebin.com/1HkGc7FS
Apr
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asked Can't get SPDY working on nginx 1.5.9
Feb
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Feb
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answered Is this dependency upgrade in Ubuntu safe?
Feb
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answered Postfix development server - intercept all outgoing mail
Feb
21
comment Certificate 'not verified' when doing 802.x1 authentication on Apple ios
The strange part for my situation is that Mac OSX (every version from 10.6 till 10.9) marks the certificate chain as valid and doesn't warn the user. It's only ios that gives such a warning.
Feb
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asked Certificate 'not verified' when doing 802.x1 authentication on Apple ios
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Dec
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accepted Percona: Got an error writing communication packets
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answered Percona: Got an error writing communication packets
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asked Percona: Got an error writing communication packets
Oct
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comment MacBooks are destroying SSDs
@ewwhite OSX's Activity monitor only shows disks usage globally. Not per application. AFAIK, gkrellm doesn't do that either. Activity monitor does show a few Terabytes written on SSD per month, but still can't narrow down to what application is the cause
Oct
31
comment MacBooks are destroying SSDs
Installations are done from scratch with Chef. Each macbook has 8GB of RAM which is enough for 90% of the users. Swap only occur to the other 10%. Our development stack is PHP/Java, with Mysql/Postgres and some other tools. I begin to suspect Postgres, but I can't find a way to monitor disk-writes per application/process in OSX.