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comment Static virtual IP in debian 6.0.4
huh, just noticed that if you give a aliased device to ip addr, it just adds the address to the real device.
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comment Static virtual IP in debian 6.0.4
there's nothing "virtual" about the ip address you're assigning. It exists on the system, and is aliased to eth0. You'll therefor have problems if you assign this to multiple machines on the same network.
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comment dev/test/prod package update workflow for debian/ubuntu
@Zoredache - yeah, I've done that with yum repos too, but it's something I'd like to avoid right now if possible.
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comment RHEL server Yum dependencies not working
Have you tried installing the missing dependency? yum install apr-util.x86_64
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answered Real benefits of tcp TIME-WAIT and implications in production environment
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comment Load Balancing periodically hang (but backends works well) like on schedule
It's usually recommended to not use the conntrack module with haproxy, due to this very reason. You will lose the stateful properties of iptables, but you just have to adjust your rules accordingly.
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comment CentOS - Apache and SSL?
.csr is usually your "certificate signing request"
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comment How to specify file permission when putting a file using OpenSSH sftp command
@Adi, SSH_FXP_OPEN is the same thing we were discussing earlier. Notice the wording, "desired-access"! If the file doesn't exist, the server will call open(name, flags, mode) with O_CREAT, which doesn't guarantee mode because the umask will always be applied via mode & ~umask, (don't no why I typed xor earlier, but I can't edit it). The only time (f)chmod is called on the file (you can watch this with strace), is if you use the -p flag, or call chmod explicitly. Putty sftp may very well call chmod on it's own due to the impedance mismatch of windows->unix attributes
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comment umask in Ubuntu Server 10
The umask doesn't set default permissions, it masks them. It's up to the code calling open() with O_CREATE to set the executable bits or not.