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awarded  Curious
Aug
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comment how to use a request dependent acl as a condition in a stick match or stick response-store
cookie based balancing would require cookie handling on client side - which I want to avoid. Source based might be an option. However that means you send all requests from a given IP sticky to one neo4j instance. Assume you have one app server between your client and the neo4j layer - that means all cypher requests originate in the very same IP. So all Cypher is processed on the same machine and you can't scale the read operations.
Aug
17
comment how to use a request dependent acl as a condition in a stick match or stick response-store
Exactly. Fronting a neo4j ha cluster and make sure the tx endpoint works transparently.
Aug
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asked how to use a request dependent acl as a condition in a stick match or stick response-store
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Mar
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awarded  Popular Question
Sep
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accepted multiple IP addresses bound - which one is used for outgoing packets?
Sep
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comment multiple IP addresses bound - which one is used for outgoing packets?
This helps at least partially. Can alternativly iptables be used for specifiying the source IP on outgoing stuff here?
Sep
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asked multiple IP addresses bound - which one is used for outgoing packets?
Apr
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accepted after running out of disk space, cyrus imapd fails for only one single user
Apr
10
comment after running out of disk space, cyrus imapd fails for only one single user
Exactly that was the solution: I've removed the user's .seen file in /var/lib/cyrus/user. Thx a lot, please paste your comment into an answer that I can give you the credits. You've saved my day!
Apr
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Apr
10
revised after running out of disk space, cyrus imapd fails for only one single user
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Apr
10
comment after running out of disk space, cyrus imapd fails for only one single user
using cyradm with the failing user's credentials and then 'lm' shows up his mail folder tree; ctl_mboxlist -d also gives a full list of all mailbox folder of all users.
Apr
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asked after running out of disk space, cyrus imapd fails for only one single user
Oct
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accepted find all directories having less than x files inside
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asked find all directories having less than x files inside
Mar
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comment howto disable balancermembers by default
thanks, that solved it. Do you know where all the options of BalancerMember are documented? httpd.apache.org/docs/2.2/mod/mod_proxy.html#balancermember should be the expected place for this - but nothing there.
Mar
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