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comment 403 forbidden when www. before url
Do you have a ServerName or ServerAlias on a block that specifies one name (site.com) but not the other (www.site.com)?
Mar
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comment Can two disk images be compared?
@Steven: You can set it to compare file contents. But what I was really saying is that there's no need to compare hashes when you want to compare files; comparing the hashes takes longer, in fact, because md5sum can't bail out when it finds the first difference, whereas diff can.
Mar
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comment Can two disk images be compared?
@Steven: Hashes are vulnerable to hash collision. You could just diff img1.img img2.img if you want to be sure the images are identical. One disadvantage is that this won't report how the images are different...
Mar
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answered Can two disk images be compared?
Aug
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comment How to redirect website users to a new IP?
@Sid Ahuja: I don't think JWalker's solution works. If you're just getting a new IP, simply add both IPs to the server until the TTL expires. If you're actually moving to a new host, replace the old page with a redirect as I said and do all maintenance on the new server. You don't have to maintain a parallel website, just keep the old server sending redirects until your TTL expires.
Aug
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answered How to redirect website users to a new IP?
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answered DKIM vs Domain Keys
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answered windows 2003 - Backup File server
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answered Best practice to protect data from disk corruption
Aug
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answered Preventing the contents of /var/www from being listed when a browser visits my IP
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answered How to create mysql database backup file of every day to day update?
Jul
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answered Mass installation on networked Windows computers?
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answered reset forgotten mysql password
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comment MySQL problem with many concurrent connections
Or maybe it's that MySQL (sensibly) rate-limits your connections to protect itself? See mysqlha.blogspot.com/2007/08/rate-limiting-for-innodb.html
Jul
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comment MySQL problem with many concurrent connections
@cuti123: so why don't you set up the persistent connections before starting the application for real? The problem may be that your DB server is limiting the maximum rate of opening new connections.
Jul
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answered MySQL problem with many concurrent connections
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answered Problem with my domain
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answered Postfix, i want to accept all mail and relay it to my script