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Dec
18
revised Force disabled server selection when using cookie based session persistence?
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Dec
18
comment Force disabled server selection when using cookie based session persistence?
Nope. That results in the same response -- server1's content.
Dec
18
comment Force disabled server selection when using cookie based session persistence?
I don't think you understand the question. Disabling the server is not the issue.
Dec
18
revised Force disabled server selection when using cookie based session persistence?
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Dec
18
comment Force disabled server selection when using cookie based session persistence?
@user3137702 that's only if the backend server is actually offline, not just disabled
Dec
17
asked Force disabled server selection when using cookie based session persistence?
Jul
22
comment Install a Puppet module to the global modules directory by default?
Well, no. I don't have any configuration specified for the individual environments. They are all using the defaults from [main], which is quoted in my question. But puppet module install foo is installing to /var/opt/puppet/environments/production/modules instead of /var/opt/puppet/modules.
Jul
15
comment Install a Puppet module to the global modules directory by default?
p.s. I've specified modulepath in the config prior to asking this question and it didn't work. 1) It complained about deprecation and 2) it still installed to production/modules.
Jul
15
comment Install a Puppet module to the global modules directory by default?
I did say that I want them to install there by default. Is this thing really so difficult to use that I have to specify that switch every time?
Jul
14
asked Install a Puppet module to the global modules directory by default?
Jun
18
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Jan
20
comment Persist IP address alias across reboots in CentOS/RHEL 6 using “ip” command
The fun part is ifcfg-eth0:1 works on RHEL 6 but not on RHEL 7 and it's nowhere to be found in the Networking Guide document.
Nov
24
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Aug
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revised Export Bind-DLZ data to traditional named.conf?
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Jul
28
accepted Export Bind-DLZ data to traditional named.conf?
Jul
25
answered Export Bind-DLZ data to traditional named.conf?
Jul
25
comment Export Bind-DLZ data to traditional named.conf?
I see. That's a lot of help already. Thank you.
Jul
25
comment Export Bind-DLZ data to traditional named.conf?
I do not know. I'm relatively unfamiliar with Bind administration. Could you please elaborate?