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Feb
18
awarded  Yearling
Jan
17
comment Apache2 ProxyPass / ProxyPassReverse results in 404 for only one out of many directives
I like to simplify things when debugging these sorts of issues. From the proxy, what is the response if you use curl to fetch web3. In terms of the URL rewrites/relocation, I would handle that on the backened server and not in the proxy.
Jan
17
comment Directories converted to files
You may want to consider running a fsck. File system corruption can often make files look like directories or symlinks and other oddities. Be sure to backup or take a snapshot of the VM first.
Jan
17
comment nginx: fastcgi_cache_path empty
Try chmoding the directory 777 and see if it works. If so, what is the user/group on the files?
Jan
17
answered Apache URL resolution - serve html file as directory
Jan
17
comment nginx: fastcgi_cache_path empty
What is in your fastcgi.conf?
Jan
17
comment remote access on slave computer
Google for reverse ssh tunnels. See vdomck.org/2009/11/ssh-all-time.html for an example script. On the security front, I recommend the tunnel be a highly restricted user that you then use sudo/su to escalate access.
Jan
16
comment Postfix, TLS and StartSSL certificates
Also, did you get the chained certs installed as well? Those usually go into the pem file along with your actual cert.
Jan
16
comment Postfix, TLS and StartSSL certificates
Telnet into port 25 and run "EHLO hostname" to see what services are offered and post the results here.
Jan
16
comment MySQL connections aborted - should I be worried?
Note that some queries will always create temporary tables on disk regardless of cache sizes. One trick is to set tmpdir=/dev/shm. Just make sure you have enough RAM.
Jan
15
comment MySQL connections aborted - should I be worried?
5000 page views daily should not cause any problems with most Apps unless you are on underpowered hardware. If you are trying to optimize performance, I would start by profiling your PHP code so you know where the bottleneck resides. If you do find it is in the MySQL execution phase, then tuning MySQL variables may help. Aborted errors alone do not mean a performance issue.
Jan
15
revised MySQL connections aborted - should I be worried?
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Jan
15
answered MySQL connections aborted - should I be worried?
Jan
8
comment Sendmail MX Lookup fails, dig doesnt
Try grepping for ResolverOptions and dns in sendmail.cf.
Jan
8
comment Using pconnect on several databases in PHP on Apache2
How are you implementing PHP?
Jan
8
comment How to host website over public ip in centos 6 server
If I understand correctly, you want to give your customer a public IP address and show them the site?
Jan
8
comment How to restrict a Linux program's permissions
To clarify, are you trying to sanitize the return values from anbiword back into your PHP script or prevent anbiword itself from running bad code?
Jan
8
comment Remove Corrupt File With Bad File Name Linux
Try to use quotes and \ in front of the special characters.
Jan
7
revised How to prevent sub-domain 'hijacking' on the same DNS server?
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Jan
7
answered How to prevent sub-domain 'hijacking' on the same DNS server?