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comment How to log nginx vhost bandwidth?
@Ben , I don't think so, sorry.
Apr
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accepted HP SmartArray P212 disabled, cache module not attached
Apr
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comment HP SmartArray P212 disabled, cache module not attached
Updated the controller firmware (two reboots were necessary). Downgrade didn't work, older versions of hpacucli still do not find the controller, but 9.10 works correctly now. Thanks!
Apr
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comment HP SmartArray P212 disabled, cache module not attached
I will, as soon as I have a chance to shut down the server. Thanks!
Apr
19
comment HP SmartArray P212 disabled, cache module not attached
I have already tested versions 8.28, 8.35, 8.60 and 8.70 :). All they return is: Error: No controllers detected. BTW, I have another server with Ubuntu 12.04, where hpacucli 9.10 works correctly. The controller, though, is different, P222.
Apr
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asked HP SmartArray P212 disabled, cache module not attached
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awarded  Yearling
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answered iptraf shows excessively high traffic, switch says almost no traffic
Dec
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answered php-fpm invokes oom-killer
Dec
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comment nginx virtual host not found
Just to make sure it has nothing to do with permissions, can you cat the file when logged in as the user nginx runs as?
Dec
27
comment Increasing the concurrent user performance in LAMP application
I would rather start from the other side: identify the bottlenecks that prevent your application from serving more requests. Check I/O utilization, CPU usage, network load, performance of PHP, Apache and MySQL and then begin optimization.
Dec
27
answered How to set up notifications about server overload?
Dec
23
comment Unknown issue, brings MySQL down and requires a full reboot of the server
So, the key problem was that 'too many connections' thing, right? Do your clients connect with 'super' permissions? If not, there must be some connections reserved for the superuser. If yes, how did you restart MySQL, then? Did you just kill the process?
Dec
21
comment Nginx serves files under root dir, but not from subdirs
Well, you could run both php-fpm and Nginx as the same user...
Dec
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answered Nginx serves files under root dir, but not from subdirs
Dec
18
comment Try to use nginx to proxy multiple webapps
Check the text of the first page. It will include references to the missing CSS and image files. I think, there will be wrong URLs there, from which you'll decipher what went wrong.