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Mar
31
comment To use cable management arms or not
I wonder how awesome it would be to manage an environment that homogenous. Throw a SAN, some fiber switches, and six or seven different models/generations of servers in a rack, then try to make it look like those 9000 words.
Mar
26
comment Robustly disabling specific cron.{hourly,daily,weekly} script
Coming back when upgrading the program is a side effect of the package tool in use, can't be fixed via simple means, and isn't the fault of Cron. Some package systems nuke and pave previous files, others diff the new and old, and prompt you if there are changes to review. Regardless, updates that produce unintended behavior should be a frustrating, but routine part of unix systems administration at this point. There are simply too many packages moving too swiftly to regularly review all changes for their impact in each individual environment.
Nov
3
comment NFS client shows everything as nobody:nogroup
we had the same problem after a minor 12.04 upgrade somehow switched everything over to v4 (before it was using v3 without us anything special (which was weird in its own right). The kind of things you get when you take over somebody else's servers.
Nov
1
awarded  Popular Question
Jul
17
answered SFTP - username/password instead of cert (vsFTPd)
Jun
25
awarded  Organizer
Jun
25
revised SSH login to Cisco switch using Rancid times out
adding rancid tag
Jun
25
suggested suggested edit on SSH login to Cisco switch using Rancid times out
Jun
14
comment problems specifying user password with puppet (+vagrant) on precise32 virtualbox
I did already. I used vagrant box add "new box name" http://boxurl.com and pulled a new box. You can find a whole bunch of them at vagrantbox.es.
Jun
13
comment problems specifying user password with puppet (+vagrant) on precise32 virtualbox
Mine ended up being an issue with the test box i was using; the lib crypt library wasn't installed correctly. I downloaded a different vagrant box and it worked beautifully.
Jun
12
comment problems specifying user password with puppet (+vagrant) on precise32 virtualbox
working this exact issue now...if you were able to solve it i'd love to hear how...
May
25
revised Apache: insecure request sent to secure port…want to redirect
they'd == they are
Feb
11
comment Apache: insecure request sent to secure port…want to redirect
Works beautifully man. Dumped that into a redirect.pl in the cgi-bin and set up the corresponding ErrorDocument 400. If I could accept this twice I totally would. Thanks so much for your help, and kudos for being a better Apache Ninja than me :)
Feb
11
comment Apache: insecure request sent to secure port…want to redirect
Daniel, That was one of the many questions I had found and solutions I had attempted before posting this question. I think the problem was the PHP component, but since @hrunting's answer's update is working beautifully for me at the moment, I'm not going to sink any more time into it than I already have; at least not until I have to.
Feb
10
comment Apache: insecure request sent to secure port…want to redirect
So I see, thanks! I'll try to get it tested later today / this evening and see if I can get it working.
Feb
10
revised Apache: insecure request sent to secure port…want to redirect
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Feb
10
awarded  Yearling
Feb
10
revised Apache: insecure request sent to secure port…want to redirect
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Feb
10
comment Apache: insecure request sent to secure port…want to redirect
I added a comment to the 50823 bug, just to put my thoughts on the record there. The bug is still open, so perhaps hope still exists...
Feb
10
comment Apache: insecure request sent to secure port…want to redirect
I have grepped the entire file system looking for the text of that bloody message to see if I can where they are leeching it from, on the off chance I could inject a <javascript tag and get lucky with hacking redirection that way, but thus far, no dice. Nothing about this seems to be handled in a way that follows the otherwise pretty rigid Apache awesomeness...