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comment Getting a TTY in a Connectback Shell
Maybe something like different versions of libraries? Try playing with socat ssl-related options and with openssl options for generating the key/certificate.
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accepted How do I supposed to run Nginx + Django site connected together by UNIX socket?
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comment Automatically sign all commits with git
It is possible with new git with commit.gpgsign=true setting.
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comment dump tcp connections without tcpdump
@MatthewIfe, And how one defines "installed". This argument can be used against such oversimplified policy.
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comment dump tcp connections without tcpdump
Isn't this script a new software (so is not to be installed in the system)?
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comment Why mdadm's RAID-1 is resyncing from scratch despite of the bitmap?
You probably using only 2 disks. I was using 3 devices, of which one was always online and two others were only available periodically. For this use case you need to have two bitmaps (track sectors pending to be written to the second device and the third). With only one bitmap you can't efficiently re-add a device to always-degraded RAID. Multiple bitmaps is a feature that is unlikely to be implemented - it is optimisation for use case when RAID stays degraded for prolonged time.
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answered Simulate disk errors, make filesystem go readonly
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