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May
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answered RAM usage by Apache server in Wordpress Site
May
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comment Changing hostname reboot reverts back to original
How are you checking what the hostname is? Are you just going off of what the prompt says? When you SSH into the server, do echo $PS1. I highly doubt someone has changed it, but you never know ....
Apr
30
comment AD server not using cert for Active Directory LDAP + SSL
Well, a lot has changed. I actually scrapped the openssl x509 CA and installed a AD Certificate Services server with the Enterprise CA role. In the end I got it working with a 3rd party tool that needed AD integartion, but it still wouldn't work locally. Thanks to your suggestion to turn on CAPI2 logging, I found out that I forgot to import the new CA servers cert onto my client machine. Once I did that, it started working.
Apr
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accepted AD server not using cert for Active Directory LDAP + SSL
Apr
30
comment Why can Apache access most of my file system?
Good catch. An option you can use to prevent accidents like this in the future would be to add Options -FollowSymLinks to your vhost OR find remove Options FollowSymLinks from wherever it is being set (maybe <Directory />?) I don't remember if that's the exact syntax or if the scope needs to be inside a Directory or Location block, but essentially it removes the ability to use symlinks
Apr
29
answered Can someone find out what subdomains I'm hosting?
Apr
29
comment Why can Apache access most of my file system?
It describes the two things I mentioned to you :) Good luck!
Apr
29
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Apr
29
comment Why can Apache access most of my file system?
It's actually more likely that you have mod_userdir enabled. Check for any UserDir tags as well
Apr
29
comment Why can Apache access most of my file system?
The default package with CentOS has only two options: Options FollowSymLinks and AllowOverride None. Maybe post everything in your config between the <Directory /> and the following </Directory> tags so we can see.
Apr
29
answered Why can Apache access most of my file system?
Apr
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Apr
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comment Monitoring memory usage on Linux system
@Renan - I posted an answer with our solution we've been using. Hope it gives you what you need.
Apr
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answered Monitoring memory usage on Linux system
Mar
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answered “Bad argument 'NEW'” when configuring iptables
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Feb
13
comment Is there any way to backup all mysqldatabses in single file
Easy enough to test. Do a mysqldump with the options mentioned above, then open up the dump file in a text editor and see what you find.
Feb
13
answered Is there any way to backup all mysqldatabses in single file