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Jul
11
comment What would be the minimum-cost reasonable SSL option?
My gut told me it was a pun! Should have gone with it :'(
Jul
11
comment What would be the minimum-cost reasonable SSL option?
It is clear what you meant, but my issue is that it's said without merit. Just because you feel a little less happy does not mean they are hard to trust in general: as I said, I can't name a browser/OS that has revoked the CA, so by definition, it's trusted. "Why go with someone who was compromised when there are other options out there." - I hope you understand that a compromised CA does not compromise your certificate in any way (assuming the CA isn't revoked) - unless you gave them your private keys. Personally I think https://(www.)example.com/ is nice and clean, I don't want to redirect
Jul
11
comment What would be the minimum-cost reasonable SSL option?
For purpose, yes. Technically, they will have different intermediate CAs and they have different assurances, but their browser coverage is equal so they have the same effect. Am I missing something (unless you meant the latter part, in which case I am certain)?
Jul
10
answered Deny Access to directories from unauthorized users
Jul
10
revised How to resize /dev/md1
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Jul
10
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Jul
10
comment What would be the minimum-cost reasonable SSL option?
I've downvoted you because "not exactly trusted" is unsubstantiated (I have used several certs for years, and never had a warning, so you need to show what browsers they are now untrusted on) and because the www is issued as part of the example.com certificate so there is no worry (worst case, it's only valid for example.com).
Jul
10
answered What would be the minimum-cost reasonable SSL option?
Jul
10
answered WikiMedia. Search with french accents. Result differ's
Jul
10
comment how to control system load of a particular process? eg. Java
What's the cause of the load? Is it CPU intensive or Disk intensive?
Jul
10
comment Why is OOM killer hitting here
Raising memory_limit only allows PHP to ask for more memory when the script requires it, it doesn't actually allocate it. For example, this works fine: php -r "ini_set('memory_limit', '1000000M');"
Jul
9
comment Setting memory_limit in php.ini - can I use all of the available system memory?
Interesting, do you have a link? I had a browse through PHP 5.3's GC but didn't see any mentions of memory_limit
Jul
9
revised How to know which site/script is taking all CPU and RAM in Plesk/apache
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Jul
9
answered How to know which site/script is taking all CPU and RAM in Plesk/apache
Jul
9
comment Setting memory_limit in php.ini - can I use all of the available system memory?
Thanks, I've added some things in
Jul
9
revised Setting memory_limit in php.ini - can I use all of the available system memory?
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Jul
8
comment Setting memory_limit in php.ini - can I use all of the available system memory?
Agreed, but I avoided OS fundamentals as it's been mentioned in the other two answers (so I didn't want to repeat them)
Jul
8
revised Setting memory_limit in php.ini - can I use all of the available system memory?
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Jul
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answered Setting memory_limit in php.ini - can I use all of the available system memory?
Jul
8
comment Why is my cron daemon is being killed every few minutes?
SIGKILL is the strongest kill signal that can be issued. Are you sure you don't have a script on a host that is accidentally terminating crond processes (processes within VEs will appear as processes on the host, under a normal ps). If not, how about the logs on the host? Anything there? dmesg?