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comment Why does my Firewalld configuration on CentOS 7 fail to start and show iptables errors?
So far, same with both public and trusted zones gist.github.com/buley/e84408d262ef2c138ddb gist.github.com/buley/8c47863f751e8f733e2f
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comment Why does my Firewalld configuration on CentOS 7 fail to start and show iptables errors?
Attempting. My usage of "drop" was that I wanted to, by default, drop all packets to ports I didn't open up. Sounds like I was mistaken.
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comment Why does my Firewalld configuration on CentOS 7 fail to start and show iptables errors?
Unfortunately so gist.github.com/buley/2ff20699b0e46c453c50
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comment Why does my Firewalld configuration on CentOS 7 fail to start and show iptables errors?
Unfortunately this didn't do the trick. I'm on a fresh kernel, same errors. Linux version 3.10.0-123.13.2.el7.x86_64 (builder@kbuilder.dev.centos.org) (gcc version 4.8.2 20140120 (Red Hat 4.8.2-16) (GCC) ). Any tips on which module? Installed conntrack-tools via yum but it didn't solve.
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comment Why does my Firewalld configuration on CentOS 7 fail to start and show iptables errors?
Good catch on the fact that I'm using a Linode. I presume this to be a correct answer and will give it a shot. Do you have a guess on what the missing module is (e.g. conntrack)?
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comment Installing, configuring and running mariadb in foreground on Centos 7 via docker without systemd or services
For the record, there are officially supported Docker images -- but they don't run on CentOS, and I am somewhat of a CentOS "fanboy."
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comment MySQL - Slow query - wp_options table. Website unable to handle traffic
Memcache-based approach (highly reccomended, even if just running locally): wordpress.org/plugins/batcache Static HTML approach: wordpress.org/plugins/w3-total-cache
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comment MySQL - Slow query - wp_options table. Website unable to handle traffic
I run a big WP install and know this very headache. This is by design: WordPress starts up with this query because it needs your site options. Unfortunately it's easy as a developer to stash a lot of rows (vs. large arrays of data) and I'm guilty of slowing things down as well. The only way to avoid it is to avoid WP by offloading to static/cached pages. We have a trick where we check for cached pages in wp-config before letting it load anything.
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