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Feb
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answered Use different transport for domain forwarding in Exim4
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asked Use different transport for domain forwarding in Exim4
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awarded  Popular Question
Dec
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comment Use shell built-in time while checking exit status of a function and suppressing output
Worked perfectly -- many thanks! Looks like the only thing I was missing was moving time into the same subshell as the command chain. Makes sense now that I think about it.
Dec
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accepted Use shell built-in time while checking exit status of a function and suppressing output
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asked Use shell built-in time while checking exit status of a function and suppressing output
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accepted Sending mail from multiple hosts on one instance using Amazon SES and Exim4
Aug
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accepted Nagiosgrapher not processing data correctly
Aug
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answered Nagiosgrapher not processing data correctly
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asked Sending mail from multiple hosts on one instance using Amazon SES and Exim4
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awarded  Commentator
Aug
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comment Nagiosgrapher not processing data correctly
Thanks for the response. I did look for a configuration file prior to posting my question, however, there is no check_load.* file anywhere that I can find, particularly in /etc/nagiosgraphger/ngraph.d or anywhere else in the /etc/nagiosgrapher hierarchy. I am wondering if there is some other package that needs installing, or if something odd has happened with my configuration? I will take a look at the contents of the various debian nagios* packages and see, but any other ideas are appreciated as well. Is there maybe a default regex somewhere perhaps that might be getting used for load?
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asked Nagiosgrapher not processing data correctly
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accepted Allowing access to only one virtual host on an Apache 2 configuration, denying all others
Jul
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comment Allowing access to only one virtual host on an Apache 2 configuration, denying all others
Actually, it just dawned on me that the hostname is probably unreadable by Apache prior to routing it, since the request headers are part of the encrypted content -- so the server probably has no idea what hostname is being requested, and is just pulling the first SSL host that it finds in the configuration chain. Does this sound correct? If so, it means that what I was hoping to do is actually not possible, but does make sense. The _default_:80 solution does work for non-HTTPS requests.
Jul
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comment Allowing access to only one virtual host on an Apache 2 configuration, denying all others
Try as I might, I can't get this to work. With a default:443 virtual host set to deny requests, and my other *:443 virtual host set with the appropriate ServerName to myhost.company.com, any request to anyhost.company.com still displays myhost.company.com rather than being denied. Any idea what I might be doing wrong? It feels like I've tried everything, but as is usually the case, probably not.
Jul
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accepted Managing Many External Hosts Using EC2 and Route 53
Jul
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asked Allowing access to only one virtual host on an Apache 2 configuration, denying all others
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accepted Multi-domain DNS configuration with Route53
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comment Multi-domain DNS configuration with Route53
Right, the web/db example was just for simplicity's sake, it isn't a real configuration. So it sounds like I am not too far off then on the DNS at least.