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comment Port forwarding, port range?
No, I want to expose a rails application that I'm building to other users while it's in development, I'm a consultant, yes, my server is at my home, so? If it's off-topic, why doesn't this one have any votes to close: serverfault.com/questions/215392/…
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comment Port forwarding, port range?
Why are people voting to close this? It's directly related to networking.
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comment Log file permissions in Linux
I like this solution, but I feel like it could be really confusing to certain users. To me at least it would be really confusing to be able to cat a file and not tail it or something.
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comment AWS use local area IP or public one to network apps?
Are there any benifits giving it an CNAME? Like then it would be db.example.com, or is that just a waste of DNS lookups just to make my app configure easier to read too... I'm taking your answer as my solution, but I was curious if having a CNAME could make it easier if I wanted to make another server write to the DB too.