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revised report per-process IO stats with pidstat or sar
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comment exim4 smarthost with sender verification
Thanks again Phil. That's exactly the situation I'm in, but am beginning to wonder if there's a completely different approach altogether. I'm getting a bit lost with this, but will try it out somehow... Thanks for your help!
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comment exim4 smarthost with sender verification
Thanks for the detailed response Phil. It looks very promising. I tried this, but not sure it's working properly. I've set the router before the smarthost as you suggested, then added no_verify to the smarthost. When I telnet over SMTP and try an invalid MAIL FROM: it still accepts it. On the mainlog however I get lowest numbered MX record points to local host error (the RCPT TO is for a valid user on my domain which otherwise gets sent via the smarthost)...
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comment setting haproxy servers to use AWS public name server
Yes, I know. I wonder why. I'm trying to find a solution around that, which will ideally play nice with AWS security groups...
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comment ec2-consistent-snapshot mongodb - mongod.lock file
looks like I missed the rm part, even after reading the guide maybe 2 billion times ;-) Thanks again Christopher!
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comment ec2-consistent-snapshot mongodb - mongod.lock file
I do mount a special volume for the mongo db and take a snapshot of this device only, but still get this error... Or do you mean set up mongo to put the mongod.lock file on another device/folder?
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comment ec2-consistent-snapshot mongodb - mongod.lock file
Thanks Christopher. That's what I thought, but this is something I really want to be extra sure about. Any references / resources to confirm this? Or is it so obvious it doesn't need to be documented anywhere? :)
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