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Aug
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comment How to prevent hot linking (“image theft” / “bandwidth theft”) of ressources on my site?
Consider code.google.com/p/mod-auth-token as commented in serverfault.com/questions/61588/mod-secdownload-for-apache-2-x
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accepted Erratic DNS name resolution
Mar
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comment Erratic DNS name resolution
Well; I've tried dnscheck.iis.se and it points out a lot of issues, which I've forwarded to the appropiate party for consideration. I've run dig foobar.es -t NS, dig foobar.es -t NS x.x.x.x, where x.x.x.x are the NSs listed in the first query. They all return the same, except a "SOA authority section", which is not present in our ISP's DNS response, but is present on their nameservers.
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asked Erratic DNS name resolution
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answered What webserver/enviroment should i use?
Sep
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comment Do I need to REINDEX and VACUUM a table after deleting lots of rows?
You might want to consider partitioning, see postgresql.org/docs/9.0/static/ddl-partitioning.html ; then you can just drop partitions and avoid vacuuming.
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answered Removing Apache from Debian 5
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answered Should I try to migrate to a new server myself?
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answered Samba Remote Access - Can't Find a Suitable Solution
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answered Fixing Files and Links in a Windows to Linux Migration
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answered Is there any advantage to creating a subdomain for my LDAP server?
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answered Configuring fresh copy of apache on RHEL?
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comment Is hardware abstraction enough for HUGE amount of files?
I would research if SQL Server filestreams + NTFS can handle this.
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answered File Server Solution for small business
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comment Synchronising IMAP mail
I think offlineimap and imapsync might be what you are after...
Aug
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answered Tomcat intermittent slowdowns, unresponsive, hangs
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comment Is Arch Linux suitable for server environment?
I turn to testing when I want to run somewhat recent software (i.e. getting Rails apps running on CentOS is a bit irksome- but quite easy on Debian Testing...). I use debsecan to pull just security updates and it's normally quite stable. Were I use it for hardcore production, I'd like to do extensive testing before rolling out updates on testing boxes. Of course, I should also do that in CentOS boxes :-p