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comment PowerShell DSC Group Resource - “Could not find a principal with the provided name”
Thanks a lot @Jupaoi, this was helpful and fairly undocumented in the official docs.
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answered How can I enable LDAP in PHP - Windows Server 2008
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comment How do I get `mount` in ESXi 5.0?
@Zoredache I thought that was listed as a "Symptom", which the "Resolution" is supposed to solve. But perhaps I have not formatted my drives correctly...
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comment Smarter System Alerts
+1 for Nagios. There's a learning curve but you'll be rewarded for configuring it well.
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comment Working around the stale pidfile problem after hard restart kills my daemon
... and as it turns out, it was not necessarily SELinux that was causing my problem, but too many hardcoded pidfile locations in the daemon and its init script.
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answered Working around the stale pidfile problem after hard restart kills my daemon
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Feb
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comment Working around the stale pidfile problem after hard restart kills my daemon
But as the "The Stale pidfile Syndrome" I referenced noted, how do I know, say after a hard boot like today, that the process at that pid is my daemon and not something else that responds to kill -0? Also, daemontools' supervise addresses a different problem. My daemon is very stable and runs for months, but it didn't start this morning after the hard reboot because the pidfile from last run still existed.
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asked Working around the stale pidfile problem after hard restart kills my daemon
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answered IIS6 vs. IIS7 and IIS7.5: handling URLs with plus sign (+) in base (not querystring)
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comment PHP mail() on windows webserver 2008
Note, after making changes in php.ini you need to may need to 'iisreset' for them to take effect... at least that is what made mine work just now.