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I have over 30 years experience in all phases of software development and delivery. I have administered a variety of midrange servers, and worked with systems from PCs to Mainframes.

Aug
25
answered Need to migrate hosting service without email service downtime
Aug
25
revised Changing process priority in linux for jvm process
Fix typo
Aug
24
answered Changing process priority in linux for jvm process
Aug
22
answered Best Practice: DNS and VPN (with private network IPs)
Aug
21
comment Automatically Kill/Restart Process(es) When Memory is Critically Low
@nemesisfixx Apache will restart a new server if an existing server gets killed. You shouldn't have to restart anything. In the case of MaxConnectionsPerChild, the server will server X requests and then be replaced by a new one. This can be very effective in dealing with memory leaks in applications.
Aug
21
answered Automatically Kill/Restart Process(es) When Memory is Critically Low
Aug
21
comment How to test email spam scores with amavis?
@CaptSaltyJack Check the headers. Also try the documented method to send the method directly to amavis. If the results don't agree, you may not have sendmail appropriately configured.
Aug
21
comment How to test email spam scores with amavis?
@CaptSaltyJack According to the documentation that is what you were doing. See the references I added for more information.
Aug
21
comment How to test email spam scores with amavis?
@CaptSaltyJack According to the documentation amavis logs its activity, so you merely need to look in the logs. Also, you will have a second received header from when amavis re-injects the message into your MTA. I don't understand your new interpretation of what you asked. I think that what you asked is may not be what you intended to ask.
Aug
21
revised How to test email spam scores with amavis?
Add testing notes
Aug
21
comment How to test email spam scores with amavis?
@CaptSaltyJack I've added testing notes.
Aug
19
answered Using /etc/services for in-house well-known ports
Aug
19
revised How to distribute files and folders to handle large number of files
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Aug
15
comment After ntpdate update for ubuntu server I always receive the old php file in nginx
@TeroKilkanen Yes, NTP poles its servers and adjusts the local clock to keep it correct. In most cases, this can be done by polling every 1024 seconds. My hosts are kept withing a few milliseconds of the correct (atomic) time.
Aug
15
revised After ntpdate update for ubuntu server I always receive the old php file in nginx
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Aug
15
answered After ntpdate update for ubuntu server I always receive the old php file in nginx
Aug
5
answered What is the most proper way of wiring RJ45 for Cat6/LAN?
Aug
5
answered Server not reachable on all TCP ports from all locations
Aug
3
revised “Stale NFS file handle” after reboot
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Aug
3
answered “Stale NFS file handle” after reboot