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Nov
23
revised Haproxy - selecting backend dynamically from subdomain
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Nov
23
asked Haproxy - selecting backend dynamically from subdomain
Nov
10
accepted Nginx - removing Last_Modified header also removes CORS headers?
Nov
3
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Oct
22
comment Why am I getting errors in my HAProxy content switching config?
@Willy Tarreu - Is that advice still valid for 1.6? (ie. do we need to do httpclose when content switching?)
Oct
21
suggested rejected edit on Can HAProxy select a backend based on a lookup table?
Oct
21
comment Nginx - removing Last_Modified header also removes CORS headers?
@AlexeyTen - But if you add that as an answer I will accept it.
Oct
21
asked Nginx - removing Last_Modified header also removes CORS headers?
Oct
15
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Sep
22
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Aug
4
asked Can mongos 2.6.x / 3.x connect to mongod 2.4.x?
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Jun
26
comment How to execute a command for each file in a deep directory structure, recursively?
Do you know if there is a way to get it to spawn n parallel processes? (e.g. with xargs you can do this with the -P switch)
Jun
26
comment How to execute a command for each file in a deep directory structure, recursively?
@muru - thanks good to know.
Jun
25
revised How to execute a command for each file in a deep directory structure, recursively?
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Jun
25
comment How to execute a command for each file in a deep directory structure, recursively?
BTW - why would -exec be a last resort? (not familiar with it, so just curious)
Jun
25
comment How to execute a command for each file in a deep directory structure, recursively?
Thanks! Will give it a try and report back.
Jun
25
comment How to execute a command for each file in a deep directory structure, recursively?
Thanks. Will that execute the optipng as sudo though? I've tried sudo find with xargs, and it didn't (I had to put the sudo next to xargs) [not my downvote btw]
Jun
25
asked How to execute a command for each file in a deep directory structure, recursively?
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