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My mini-bio is here, but I've been professional software developer since 1992, and some of my popular spare time projects include Geograph British Isles, pastebin.com and the forthcoming Ammotin recreational mapping application.

I am mainly active in PHP, Javascript and C++ questions over at stackoverflow.com

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answered Permanently set MTU on Ubuntu 14.04 machine within an Amazon VPC
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comment Permanently set MTU on Ubuntu 14.04 machine within an Amazon VPC
giving you an upvote as that link did resolve it for me. Setting in rc.local wouldn't work for me as I think the MTU is getting reset once the machine has been on a few hours.
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comment Using VirtualDocumentRoot *only* if a suitable document root exists
The error handler is only invoked if the VirtualDocumentRoot doesn't exist (or it really was a 404, but the notfound.php can easily tell the difference).
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