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Apr
14
comment Is there finer rate control for Postfix, e.g. 2/second?
send maximum two emails per second to destination.
Apr
14
asked Is there finer rate control for Postfix, e.g. 2/second?
Apr
14
answered postfix limit sending rate
Apr
12
comment How do I temporarily suspend mail delivery to a specific domain (non-local) with Postfix?
Just no. The $7 will match the Sender Email address on the same line as the queue ID. The recipient email address is on the next line, and it needs a domain match, not email match.
Feb
7
comment MySql - Is there a way to reverse to use old password?
restart mysql server with passwords disabled and reset the root password
Jan
8
comment How to combine a real-time clock with tail -F
You could use tail -f and then pipe the output to sed to change the text to something else. But first of all changing the time to current time would be difficult, and then, as the text is already on the screen you would need the time to change while displayed on the screen. I would go to something more flexible, like php binary.
Jan
8
comment Windows Firewalls iptables equivalent
serverfault.com/questions/207620/windows-equivalent-of-iptables and wipfw.sourceforge.net looks promising.
Oct
7
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Sep
25
comment IPtables and Remote Desktop with Proxy
@HopelessN00b Thanks. My english ain't perfect.
Sep
20
comment IPtables and Remote Desktop with Proxy
another way to do it would be to run tcpforward, dual netcats or localhost-ssh to forward the connection to "external" host.
Sep
20
answered IPtables and Remote Desktop with Proxy
Sep
20
comment IPtables and Remote Desktop with Proxy
I wonder if the bridging link goes through iptables.
Sep
20
comment Install PHP mcrypt on Red Hat 4
This is true. The RPM provided wasn't meant for that RHEL system and cannot be installed. GLIBC 2.4 change needs totally new RHEL.
Sep
20
comment Install PHP mcrypt on Red Hat 4
Seems I was wrong. It is possible to use Centos yum with RHEL4. There's some discussion at linuxquestions.org/questions/linux-newbie-8/…
Sep
20
answered Install PHP mcrypt on Red Hat 4
Sep
19
comment Assign multiple IPs to 1 Entry in hosts file
I doubt it would work great with database. They have the tendency to fetch one IP and stick to it. An internet website on the other hand would work great.
Sep
19
comment Assign multiple IPs to 1 Entry in hosts file
Another option could be to use netcat or another software to forward the connection to an IP. Then change the forward if one IP is lost.
Sep
19
comment Assign multiple IPs to 1 Entry in hosts file
DNS round-robin load balancing isn't usually resilient. One is selected and others are not tried.
Sep
19
answered How to SNAT packets from multiple IP adresses?
Sep
19
answered Install PHP mcrypt on Red Hat 4