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comment Running CoreOS across multiple data centers -howto?
Thanks Randall -- I was thinking in this direction, to have a small etcd daemon running at all times, which is responsible for maintaining the persistence of cluster information. This box will need to be separate from the cluster, and I think is the way to go. I'll have to get to testing though
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Removed Cloud for data center, to stop sarky comments
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comment Running CoreOS across multiple data centers -howto?
Isn't that the true!!!
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comment How to use vhosts to redirect users to another domain
I'm assuming that if I add an access log file to this vhost, then I can log all attempts to hit the old domain? If so, then I have a perfect solution for what I want to do.
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comment Foreman installation on amazon ec2 instance
I ran into this same problem - I refuse to believe that there is 'no' solution, there must be a a way, I'll have to ask the foreman guys if they have a solution
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comment Assistance required configuring /server-status on apache — keeps getting caught in redirects
There are a number of redirects that I'm currently trying to decipher - I thought that Location stanzas are like explicit declarations for a specific URL ?