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Apr
8
comment Heartbleed: are services other than HTTPS affected?
Use this tool to detect the vulnerable hosts: github.com/titanous/heartbleeder
Apr
8
comment Heartbleed: are services other than HTTPS affected?
Fix for Ubuntu: apt-get update && apt-get install openssl libssl1.0.0 && service nginx restart; then, reissue your private keys
Jan
23
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Jan
23
accepted How do I set nginx's cache files to file permissions 777?
Jan
21
answered How do I set nginx's cache files to file permissions 777?
Jan
21
comment How do I set nginx's cache files to file permissions 777?
Hi @etherfish, thanks for following up. If NGX_FILE_DEFAULT_ACCESS is used, then why are the files 700?
Jan
21
comment How do I set nginx's cache files to file permissions 777?
@etherfish Thanks for your reply. I had originally tested the proxy_store_access setting and it didn't result in 777 for the cache files. Can you link the location in the source please? Also, I'm not invalidating to manage the size. I'm invalidating to create a system where no data is ever stale. So, as soon as the data is changed on the source server, it asynchronously communicates with the caching proxy to delete only that file. PS. You're not rude :-) That's Iain's job
Jan
21
asked How do I set nginx's cache files to file permissions 777?
Oct
30
comment Can I run a cron job more frequently than every minute?
Frequent-cron has worked well for us too and powers many of our production systems. We haven't ever had an issue with it.
Dec
27
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Nov
20
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Nov
20
comment Monitoring usage resources per user in Linux
All time. It saves it to a file.
Nov
20
comment Monitoring usage resources per user in Linux
Updated to address user-specific queries.
Nov
20
answered Monitoring usage resources per user in Linux
Nov
20
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Nov
13
comment mysqld stopped working..can't restart…need help?
let us continue this discussion in chat
Nov
13
comment mysqld stopped working..can't restart…need help?
what was the output for ls -lah /etc/my.cnf ?
Nov
13
comment mysqld stopped working..can't restart…need help?
You always want to be able to reverse a change. Hence the renaming
Nov
13
comment mysqld stopped working..can't restart…need help?
ls -lah /etc/my.cnf OR ls -lah /etc/mysql THEN mv /etc/my.cnf /etc/my.cnf.old
Nov
13
comment mysqld stopped working..can't restart…need help?
What about renaming the my.cnf file?