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answered Postfix unverified_recipient_tempfail_action = permit
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answered Apache Limiting Connections Per VHOST
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answered .httaccess redirect for ssl and non-ssl www to non-www
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answered issue with openSSH
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answered Restarting a Perl-script (socket daemon) from /etc/inittab
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comment issue with openSSH
Enabling debugging in your putty might be a place to start. If you are able to connect from that same machine using a password without the key enabled I would suspect something in your authorized_keys file on the destination machine, so you might want to look there.
Jun
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comment Setting up a RAID 5 with expansion in the future in mind
Be very cautious about using workstation grade HD's in a RAID array - they aren't built for the vibration problems you encounter by putting a lot of drives next to each other. You will have a much higher failure rate, and your overall performance will suffer. (This is only to amend the data in comment 3 to encourage purchasing slightly more expensive, but correctly designed drives for the purpose you have).
Jun
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comment Sender Restrictions to Aliases/Address in Postfix
You might want to look into mailing list software as well - "mailman" gives you a nice web interface for managing this functionality. It isn't what you were asking for, but I think it is worth looking into. I especially like it for the "all staff" list, and leave it moderated always, so it doesn't matter who you are, it requires an extra approval process before everyone get's spammed.
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answered Best sysctl.conf configuration for high load - extremely busy content streaming server
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answered ssh - keys and password
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comment Should be Vmware vCenter server high available?
ESX let's you do things that VMware would rather you didn't - like install your own code to run on the hypervisor. If you aren't aiming for doing really custom things to your hypervisor then this likely won't matter to you. VMware breaks it down in more detail here vmware.com/products/vsphere/esxi-and-esx/faqs.html
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answered Sending mail from a server without being “spam”
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comment Should be Vmware vCenter server high available?
@SpacemanSpiff thanks for correcting me on that. @Mejmo VMware has stated that 4.1 is the last release they will do for ESX, and all future releases will be ESXi, so I would just start out with ESXi and save yourself the hassle of transitioning later.
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