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Jul
21
comment How can I diagnose and speed up slow Linux puppet sync?
Okay, so why is this so slow? It's only 12Kb. /Stage[main]/Mailmxbackup/File[mailmxbackup-mailman-aliases.db]: Evaluated in 31.29 seconds
Jul
21
revised How can I diagnose and speed up slow Linux puppet sync?
add section of debug output
Jul
21
asked How can I diagnose and speed up slow Linux puppet sync?
Jul
15
revised Have Postfix/OpenDKIM sign only authenticated and local origins
add possibility of two instances of opendkim
Jul
15
comment Have Postfix/OpenDKIM sign only authenticated and local origins
Yes. I can imagine a solution by installing two instances of DKIM, one for a verifying pipeline and another for signing, but I'm hoping there's a better solution.
Jul
14
asked Have Postfix/OpenDKIM sign only authenticated and local origins
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jun
2
awarded  Enlightened
Jun
2
awarded  Nice Answer
Apr
8
revised Heartbleed: What is it and what are options to mitigate it?
Note that the vulnerability exists if system *ever* operated a vulnerable version.
Feb
22
comment Mediawiki behind reverse proxy populates user IP address with proxy address
Sorry, I can't seem to undo the -1. I was relying on incorrect documentation but I see that, in practice, it must be $wgSquidServers.
Feb
22
comment Mediawiki behind reverse proxy populates user IP address with proxy address
-1 - instead of $wgSquidServers, should use $wgSquidServersNoPurge
Jan
31
comment Exim config - no external connections, only localhost connections (Linux)
-1 for wrong answer
Jun
30
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Jun
10
comment DNS Subdomain delegation issue
I was seeing a similar issue today and traced it to Google's Public DNS service. e.g. this fails ==> dig +short @8.8.8.8 2.0.0.127.zen.spamhaus.org. a
Mar
4
awarded  Necromancer
Feb
7
comment find command + enable Exit status to be diff then 0 when not match
Okay, you just don't like my style. For my use cases, any errors that find might report are either noise or so serious that they'll show up elsewhere. In any case, this method correctly answers the ultimate question: "Is there an accessible file in the path by the given name." An error will return a correct answer of "No". If I want to find out why not, I can add more complex code that answers questions not originally posed here.
Feb
7
comment find command + enable Exit status to be diff then 0 when not match
Perhaps the other person who downvoted (presumably for the same reason) can provide a contrary example?
Feb
7
comment find command + enable Exit status to be diff then 0 when not match
I'm not sure what your example might be, but I accidentally omitted -print -quit, which might address your concern.
Feb
7
revised find command + enable Exit status to be diff then 0 when not match
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