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Apr
25
revised LXC container not starting
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Apr
14
comment Server Requirement for Android Application
Start with a small VM. Monitor it. Grow when you have more traffic.
Apr
1
comment saslauthd running in segfault after some time
In worst case you need to restart only the process you need to debug.
Apr
1
comment saslauthd running in segfault after some time
In recent distributions you can use prlimit to change the limit for a running process. In some older ones you could write into /proc/<pid>/limits. Otherwise you can use ulimit command, or edit /etc/security/limits.conf. you need to change the core size to unlimited .
Mar
29
answered Encrypting all internal communication on an ESXi box
Mar
22
comment saslauthd running in segfault after some time
Which OS, distribution and version are you using?
Mar
22
answered saslauthd running in segfault after some time
Feb
21
comment Forward differing hostnames to different internal IPs through NAT router
Pound is designed to be a reverse proxy. It is optimized only for this use. I did not used it as the apache performance was acceptable for our traffic.
Feb
17
comment Passphrase-less ssh keys on a puppet master?
You should read about asymmetric encryption to be able to understand.
Feb
17
comment Passphrase-less ssh keys on a puppet master?
Private keys should not leave the host where they were generated. They must not be added to a git repository, public site or shared with someone.
Feb
16
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Feb
16
comment Passphrase-less ssh keys on a puppet master?
You can sign any file with GPG. Why not SSH keys? You sign them so that you know no one changed them and that you are trusting them.
Feb
15
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Feb
15
answered Passphrase-less ssh keys on a puppet master?
Feb
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Jan
29
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Jan
11
comment Can't connect to WebServer inside (Vagrant) Virtualbox
Yes, if you disable NAT. But then to give access to Internet for the VM, you need to add a static route on your router and you need to enable routing on your host machine. Another solution would be to put the VM in the same network as your host and enable bridging between VM and the hosts NIC.
Jan
11
comment Can't connect to WebServer inside (Vagrant) Virtualbox
Check also the Windows firewall inside VM.
Jan
11
comment Can't connect to WebServer inside (Vagrant) Virtualbox
Because you have NAT for that private network. Any incoming packets are allowed only for existing connections. You need to punch holes in that NAT to allow incoming traffic for VM.
Jan
11
answered Can't connect to WebServer inside (Vagrant) Virtualbox