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Feb
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answered What's the best way to check if an SMTP server is SSL-enabled or not?
Jan
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comment Huge CPU usage by “host” command on my web server (ubuntu, apache )
A better find command is: sudo find / -executable -type f -name host 2>&1. In my case, it just returned one result, /usr/bin/host.
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Nov
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comment How do I tell if apache is running as prefork or worker?
Hm, on Ubuntu I have neither worker nor prefork listed when I do this...
Nov
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comment How to assign a hostname to SSH tunnel
If you don't want a shell to be created, run -N at the end of the command. This way it's easier to remember that it's a tunnel, not just any SSH connection.
Nov
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revised How should virtualenv be set up in a production Web server (user, location, etc.)
Still more details.
Nov
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revised How should virtualenv be set up in a production Web server (user, location, etc.)
edited title
Nov
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comment How should virtualenv be set up in a production Web server (user, location, etc.)
I updated this with more details, in case you know where to go from here. I'm pulling my hair out trying to do something that should be quite simple.
Nov
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revised How should virtualenv be set up in a production Web server (user, location, etc.)
Updated to provide more problems and more details.
Nov
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comment How should virtualenv be set up in a production Web server (user, location, etc.)
And I suppose the next question is where should the virtualenv be placed?
Nov
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comment How should virtualenv be set up in a production Web server (user, location, etc.)
In practice, then I suppose that becomes www-data?
Nov
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asked How should virtualenv be set up in a production Web server (user, location, etc.)
Oct
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comment PermError SPF Permanent Error: Void lookup limit of 2 exceeded
Great info. What's a good way to lookup the records to see what they return? I need to figure out which of mine is the problem.
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May
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revised What's the easiest way to make my old init script work in systemd?
Updated to the actual version that I wrote.
May
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accepted What's the easiest way to make my old init script work in systemd?
May
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comment What's the easiest way to make my old init script work in systemd?
Well, this took me more or less all day to get tweaked and configured and everything. systemd has some oddities, like this script won't have persistent logs unless you turn that on. In the end, it's working though and your push was what I needed, thanks.