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comment 2 email server and one static ip
If SMTP supported SRV records, this would be easy. As it is, you'll have to do a single passthrough mailserver filter. Note that dovecot should be doable because you can just tell your users to use a non-specific port; you can't do that with random mail servers from the Internet.
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answered Fdisk reports: Partition 1 does not start on physical sector boundary. Partition created using Parted
Apr
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comment accessing same domain name through a different port
This makes little sense to me. On what ip address, port, and hostname is your dev site currently listening?
Apr
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answered Linux live hot backup snapshot
Apr
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comment How can I detect mail servername used from my clients to my server?
Neither POP nor SMTP have the equivalent of host headers in HTTP: the client program resolves the hostname so I can't think of a situation where the particular domain name they have set up will ever be sent to your server...
Apr
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comment telnet cannot connect to port without firewall
Agreed, network not reachable all but guarantees it's a routing problem somewhere.
Mar
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Mar
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comment Webserver on linux times out outside local network
Well, you'll need some sort of routing and probably NAT translation so that traffic from the outside world can get to your server. What did you mean by "apache/tomcat configured with redirect"? Redirect to where?
Mar
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answered Is disk's UUID a good identifier for disk?
Mar
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answered Empty file shrinks after creating FS
Mar
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comment Chroot on Ubuntu 14.04.2 using Jailkit - /dev/pts No such file or directory
Did you mount /data/jail/dev/pts with -o bind or with -t devpts (or some other way)?
Mar
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answered Exim4 working fine at sending emails, except to addresses with the fully-qualified domain in them
Mar
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comment Will frequent insert make select queries slower with MySQL?
Sure, but on a given engine the argument still stands. Obviously a memory engine table will be faster than innodb (in most cases), but a memory engine table that's had stuff added to it will still take longer to traverse than a smaller one...
Mar
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answered Will frequent insert make select queries slower with MySQL?
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comment Unable to use strong encryption
Is that your whole httpd.conf? (I assume not.) As it is you haven't told the virtualhost where to serve documents from.
Mar
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comment How to secure tmp directory from hard link attacks when host doesn't allow partitioning
This, incidentally, is why the provider makes it clear it's for development systems, not production ones...
Mar
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answered mount hd as a different filesystem
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answered Should I set the password when creating new user using useradd command?