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May
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answered Reverse proxy problem with apache
May
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answered How to set Postfix configuration to cach-all emails in domain but excluding some addresses?
May
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answered pointing a domain to an IP address on a server with cname
Feb
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answered Second network card configuration not working
Jan
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Jan
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comment Linux 2 network card routing depending on the interface used
Thanks Khaled, this is exactly what I want. More specific information about ip route and ip rule to do this : tldp.org/HOWTO/Adv-Routing-HOWTO/lartc.rpdb.multiple-links.html
Jan
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accepted Linux 2 network card routing depending on the interface used
Jan
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asked Linux 2 network card routing depending on the interface used
Nov
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answered How to monitor a program's Internet activities?
Oct
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comment Apache mod_auth_kerb asking 2 authentication
The issue im having is not how to get SSO working, but when SSO is not possible ( ie external user trying to connect ) it prompted authentication twice.
Oct
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comment Apache mod_auth_kerb asking 2 authentication
I can see the same behaviour across ie, firefox, opera, and chrome.
Jun
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answered Load and performance testing for webapps with JavaScript support
Jun
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answered Postfix performance
Jun
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answered How DNS server resolves when web servers are geographically distributed
Jun
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comment Postfix spool on ext3 optimiziations in >=linux-2.6.34 days
Keeping things as simple as possible allows you to add more servers quickly. With mail server, having 2 less powerfull server is better than having 1 powerfull server. If you manage more than 10 inbound SMTP servers, the performance vs benefits of configuring every little detail is just not worth the time. Linux & postfix also getting better everytime and further down the road you probably dont need to do these tweaks ( example of this is tuning shmax kernel parameters)
Jun
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comment Postfix spool on ext3 optimiziations in >=linux-2.6.34 days
If the traffic grows, you just add more server ( eg postfix+antispam) I don't see the point of having different host doing just content scanning. Passing mail to different host require additional transport method which increase latency & complexity ( eg mail has to be sent to the scanning host , scanning host has to accept, queue & verify that the mail has been accepted, scan the message and notify the sending server if the mail is spam or virus).
Jun
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answered squid cache disk configuration
Jun
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answered Postfix spool on ext3 optimiziations in >=linux-2.6.34 days
Feb
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answered What's the piece of hardware listening on Facebook's or Wikipedia's IP address?
Feb
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comment Apache mod_auth_kerb asking 2 authentication
Will do .. up to today its still prompt authentication twice ..