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Nov
20
answered Redis fails to start on OpenSuse Leap 42.1 after upgrade
Nov
20
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Nov
20
comment Redis fails to start on OpenSuse Leap 42.1 after upgrade
Thank you very much! This pointed me to the right direction! Now the log file is being created. I've updated my answer with the log.
Nov
20
comment Redis fails to start on OpenSuse Leap 42.1 after upgrade
Unfortunately there's nothing in the logs. Neither in /var/log/messages nor in /var/log/redis/. The redis log dir is completely empty. It only creates a log file if I run the start up command manually. Am I looking in the wrong place? If you'd like I could post the full redis config but it's rather long.
Nov
20
asked Redis fails to start on OpenSuse Leap 42.1 after upgrade
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Nov
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comment How to find my TeamViewer ID on SSH?
This works perfectly in TV 10. There are, though, some cases when it doesn't (i.e. if you manually restart the service)
Oct
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Oct
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comment Symfony No Access to Cache - Red Hat 7
That's usually the case, but in RedHat you usually have SELinux enabled and set to enforcing (you can read more here). You would need to fix your permissions and policies or disable SELinux to resolve this problem. Unfortunately I'm not that familiar with SELinux so I can't help you further. Your question is more likely to be answerd on ServerFault. I'll flag it to be moved there.
Oct
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comment Symfony No Access to Cache - Red Hat 7
Is your php instance running as mod_php or php-fpm ? This problem is related to user permissions. My guess is that php is running under a different user hence it can't write into the cache directory. Also, make sure you set chmod -R 777 app/cache after you run cache:clear as well, because the generated cache will be owned by the currently logged user (which is executing the command)
Sep
21
comment Is it possible to get the matched regex from within the apache LocationMatch directive?
Wow! Thank you for answering such an old question! I'm glad they've included this in the newer versions. Unfortunately I can't accept your answer because the original answer was valid at the time.
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Apr
20
comment PHP exit status 255: what does it mean?
In some rare cases on Windows this is related to a broken php.ini file (i.e the file has broken chars inside). Took me 2 hours to figure this out. Tip: If your script (i.e. composer.phar) works with php -n composer.phar, then your php.ini file is probably broken.
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Jan
29
comment How to Unban an IP properly with Fail2Ban
With recent versions of fail2ban you should be using fail2ban-client set JAIL_NAME unbanip 1.2.3.4.
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Sep
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asked How to properly configure nginx proxy pass when the endpoint is in a root context?