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answered Why would two load-balanced systems differ so greatly in cached memory?
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comment Find directories not containing a certain subdirectory
Damn, you're right. This one is actually a harder piece to solve than I originally thought. Time to spawn a voodoo doll ...
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comment Find directories not containing a certain subdirectory
"How would I specify multiple names with grep?" -- use egrep. For example, egrep -v "(first_name|second_name|third_name)"
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answered Hung Apache Processes after POST
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answered Find directories not containing a certain subdirectory
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answered Disable HTTP Methods in Apache
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comment php writing deprecated errors to apache error log
Congratulations, you have just earned "Spotted one of the many PHP gotcha's" badge! PHP seems to just write the exactly same message to error log than it displays in web pages -- and in the web pages it's annotating the error messages with <b> tags. To boldly log <b> where no software has logged before ... but hey, at least it's not logging in xml format, so it's not completely enterprise-ready yet.
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answered Recover files from formatted NTFS/BTRFS partitions
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comment Installing mod_proxy for apache on Gentoo
@Redmumba: Kind of spot on. For one-time installation that "USE=foo emerge bar" voodoo is OK, but that method has a one major flaw: if you happen to upgrade your Gentoo or install that certain package again, chances are you will lost those USE flags if you don't remember to provide them again and are not looking at the emerge output carefully. It's better to add those USE flags under /etc/portage/package.use or even create package-specific files under /etc/portage.
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answered Recover programmation source files
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answered back-up database in Linux partition from windows partition!
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comment Problem with LDAP: ldapindex
@Rizo: Does it? At least on my Debian Lenny it runs as openldap user. Although it might be that I have configured the slapd.conf looooong time ago ... :-)
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comment Problem with LDAP: ldapindex
And why are you trying to run slapd as root? Does the init script really tell it to do so or have you altered some config files?
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comment Problem with LDAP: ldapindex
Is the /var/lib/ldap directory itself owned by openldap:openldap? In your example you only changed the contents of the directory, not the directory itself ... :-)
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revised rsync with multi-core server should go faster than it goes. Am I wrong?
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answered rsync with multi-core server should go faster than it goes. Am I wrong?
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comment Make a filesystem accessible by all users
With accessible, do you mean read-only access or read-write access to everyone?
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answered mrtg straight graphing