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comment Running PHP 4 and PHP 5 at the same time on the same site using Apache on Windows
Not only is this a confusing question, but even assuming what you're asking is possible, it can't be any easier than upgrading your old code. So try that instead.
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comment What should we take care ourselves, if we want to move from Rackspace dedicated hosting to AWS
Agreed, while you need to determine a list of tasks that might need management, such as backups, monitoring, etc, the biggest thing you need to plan for is another EC2 catastrophe.
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comment Is it possible to create Custom Error Log in Apache 2?
Depending on your setup, you can have an ErrorLog for each of your virtual hosts. It's not the same as a unified parsable logfile, but it's something.
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answered How do I make a mod_rewrite rule that uses the sub-domain name to rewrite the URL?
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comment Contional declaration in Apache httpd
Just curious if the above worked for you or not.
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revised Contional declaration in Apache httpd
original suggestion was incorrect.
Apr
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answered Contional declaration in Apache httpd
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comment Virtual host “Forbidden You don't have permission to access / on this server” on debian
Without the vhost entry you can get to your server because you're accessing it via the default non-vhost setup. Joe is probably right about the permissions issue, can you confirm that you checked that?
Dec
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comment Determine problem with CRON not running
I strongly suspect that if you send the output of your cron script to a file, you'll see an error message there, which will help you move forward. If you need more specific help than the line I pasted up above, then post your crontab here and I can help you with it. Cron scripts almost always run in a more restricted environment than your actual shell. But it's hard to figure out what you will need to add without getting some sort of error feedback.
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comment Determine problem with CRON not running
I would try adding logging at this point. Also, perhaps outputting your crontab here would be helpful.
Dec
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comment Determine problem with CRON not running
The lazy way to check if cron is running is to simply run "/etc/init.d/cron restart" -- the output should indicate if it was running or not, and when you're done it should be running either way. Alternatively, something along the lines of "ps ax | grep cron" should list cron, if it's running.
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answered Determine problem with CRON not running
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answered Disable error_log. Error_log flooding