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Aug
13
comment Cron sends error email every 24 hours
You didn't show the line from the crontab file that causes this error. But it looks like /home4/example/public_html/admin/backup-from-cron.php should be executed as a script. If it is not an executable script (i.e. it does not start with a shebang line - #!/path/to/interpreter), you must prepend the interpreter to use. In this case, probably something like /usr/bin/php or similar.
Jul
6
comment Does Rsync Allow Files To Be Synced Both Ways?
This is not an answer to your question, but you should have a look at unison. It's a synchronization tool that saves file state on both copies and thus allows bidirectional synchronization. There is also a cygwin package.
Jul
6
comment When cron is completed How to get email notification and log in a file (both)
@user3107413 That way you will always send the complete, ever increasing logfile via email. Do you want that? If not, better use tee.
Jul
5
comment What HTTP methods does the server typically use in a response (if any)
The notation you use (Get() etc.) looks like you are referring to a certain programming language you do not mention. Also, there is no SEND method in HTTP, and the DELETE, CONNECT, OPTIONS and TRACE methods are missing (see RFC 7231). But this is irrelevant to the question anyway, only the last part gives the (correct) answer. You should have elaborated on the different status codes. ;-)
Jul
2
comment iptables for ipv6 address port forwarding to localhost port
@kasperd The line I copied&pasted above comes from a system installed last Friday from a debian-live-7.5.0-amd64-xfce-desktop.iso image. I just did a new install of the same image in a VM to verify that the hosts entry was not caused by later packages updates, and I can definitely say: A new installation of Debian 7.5.0 from the image above creates an /etc/hosts file which contains localhost both in the 127.0.0.1 and ::1 lines, verbatim as quoted above.
Jul
2
comment iptables for ipv6 address port forwarding to localhost port
@kasperd The default /etc/hosts for Debian 7 contains the line ::1 localhost ip6-localhost ip6-loopback.
Jun
27
comment iptables not installed on centos
@MadHatter I thought that TBIInfotech had the same idea, but he hasn't added anything in the meantime, so I wrote up an answer now.
Jun
27
answered iptables not installed on centos
Jun
27
comment iptables not installed on centos
Looks like you're running your machine in a virtualized environment, or more specific: an operating system-level virtualized environment, like LXC, OpenVZ or Virtuozzo. (@TBIInfotech assumed something similar, I guess.) In those environments the kernel is shared between the virtual machines, and not all kernel APIs are available in VMs. I guess that's the reason why you have no permission for iptables.
Jun
18
comment Can I send my server to a data center?
+1 for mentioning dedicated server and VPS as alternatives.
Jun
5
revised IPV6 not acquired from ipv6 address pool in ubuntu 12.04 for ISC server
code formatting
Jun
5
comment IPV6 not acquired from ipv6 address pool in ubuntu 12.04 for ISC server
Please do not use site-local unicast addresses (fec0::/10), they have been deprecated for ten years.
Jun
5
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May
28
awarded  Citizen Patrol
May
28
comment What is the correct escaping for autofs mount credentials files?
@Steve Thanks for the bounty, but did that solve your problem? What did you do?
May
25
revised Can't provision SSL certificate for my subdomain
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May
25
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May
25
answered Gmail is Unreachable from Google Compute Engine
May
21
awarded  Yearling
May
21
comment What is the correct escaping for autofs mount credentials files?
This handles the parsing of /etc/fstab, not of credentials files.