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May
12
comment Apache 2.4 & Phusion Passenger generating 403 Error
See also stackoverflow.com/questions/18106085/…
Apr
29
comment How do you accept an SSL certificate through the SVN command line?
I ended up having to use both options, now it works, thanks!
Mar
11
comment How to access a simple file or folder from Tomcat webapps folder
OK this worked for me. Basically "have a WEB-INFO/web.xml file" then within tomcat, something like mkdir webapps/<your web app name>/myFolder then touch something there. It should become available on "your_hostname:8080/<your web app name>/myFolder/MyFile.f"
Feb
18
comment Run Oracle SQL script and exit from sqlplus.exe via command prompt
stackoverflow.com/questions/1639704/… and dba.stackexchange.com/a/65064/16892 describe some ways to not have to use password on the command line...
Feb
4
comment How to get pid of just started process
NB that this requires you to start the command using a & as the previous line, otherwise the echo basically returns blank.
Dec
30
revised Connecting to Remote Desktop using proxy and Remote Desktop Gateway?
working example
Dec
23
revised Connecting to Remote Desktop using proxy and Remote Desktop Gateway?
added 343 characters in body
Dec
23
answered Connecting to Remote Desktop using proxy and Remote Desktop Gateway?
Dec
19
answered PXE Booting Virtualbox guests in internal networking mode?
Dec
19
comment PXE boot with Virtualbox
If you just "want it to boot" off PXE (not have to set up files or anything) possibly see serverfault.com/a/334444/27813
Oct
22
awarded  Necromancer
Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Sep
12
awarded  Critic
Sep
12
comment where are the default ulimit values set? (linux, centos)
True, point taken, comment removed. I guess I would say that for most users, PAM is probably enabled, so I would recommend checking your /etc/security/limits.conf and /etc/security/limits.d/* files first. In this particular instance, which I also ran into, there is a 1024 process/total user threads limit imposed by default in CentOS 6 via a limits.d file.
Sep
12
revised where are the default ulimit values set? (linux, centos)
add link, explain it's new
Sep
12
comment Increasing nproc on CentOS/RHEL
You may need to stop then start mysql, in case a restart re-uses the same process [?]
Sep
12
suggested approved edit on where are the default ulimit values set? (linux, centos)
Sep
9
comment Is RAID 1 overkill on Amazon EBS drives in terms of reliability?
I wonder if the huge latency periods are caused by disk failure where it fails over to your most recent s3 snapshot...stackoverflow.com/questions/13576363/…
Jul
12
awarded  Excavator
Jul
12
revised Why are my log in times taking so long in Linux?
fix path since this file doesn't exist?