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comment Percona MySQL unable to start - ERROR! The server quit without updating PID file
grep mysql /var/log/audit/audit.log | grep denied anything returned? could be selinux related, and no don't just turn it off, let's see if we can fix first :)
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comment How to write a script to install multiple things by just executing it
+1 also I'd like to mention ansible (ansible.cc) and chef (opscode.com/chef)
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comment List the current configuration of nginx server
See: serverfault.com/questions/361421/…
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revised Apache(httpd) virtual host configuration
add code blocks for readability
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comment Safely update php 5.3.3 to >=5.3.4 on centos 6
@cirpo changelogs included with the rpms; e.g. once installed rpm -q package_name --changelog
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revised How do I redirect only the root page to another subdomain via htaccess?
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comment MySQL to Percona page load time increase?
As Bill has pointed out in his answer, there is little to go on here; if you could please provide some more detail.
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comment I've been asked to document every port used by every application on every server. Is there a good tool for this?
For one we're going to need to know your operating system, however in short the tool you need is netstat the syntax varies from os to os.
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comment High apache load but zero traffic
The 2nd link is my blog, so I'll summarize real quick. 1) Disabling modules that you do not require saves a lot of memory, do this by checking httpd.conf or modules_enabled depending on your setup and commenting out / unlinking anything you do not actually need. (Slight necro posting I know but this appeared in a recent search hit, so this update is relevant).