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Till is Till. :)


Sep
12
comment Issues with EC2 Elastic Load Balancer DNS and routing
@jamieb Can you provide a link to that piece of documentation?
Mar
9
comment Removing default “ubuntu” user from Ubuntu Install on EC2
@BillR That's a different concern though? I'd never share the same user account among different people. But that's something you will have to setup and no one is keeping you from it. We use chef to achieve the same.
Apr
19
comment Can a pool of memcache daemons be used to share sessions more efficiently?
This is a pretty cool breakdown, though there are rumours (aka bug reports) that this doesn't work as expected when you use ext/memcache version 3.x. We're playing with that option as well and I decided to loop through the server list and write to it myself.
Dec
12
comment How do I get php-memcached extension to work with SASL on RHEL6
CouchDB and memcache have different loglevels – maybe you can set "debug", somewhere?
Dec
9
comment How do I get php-memcached extension to work with SASL on RHEL6
You did not share how got the information which you used to connect to Couchbase. You said you used a username and password and I didn't know where you got that from. Pretty harsh to downvote this and it doesn't make me want to help you further.
Dec
3
comment Opening port 5432 on ubuntu
At least it's working! Happy to help!
Dec
2
comment Opening port 5432 on ubuntu
Did you change listen_addresses as I adviced?
Nov
29
comment SELinux causes “Permission denied” when starting lighttpd+fastcgi via upstart
That's interesting – what else does getsebool -a | grep httpd show? It's weird how httpd_can_network is related to a socket. getsebool should have a bunch of cgi options too. Maybe those help?
Nov
29
comment SELinux causes “Permission denied” when starting lighttpd+fastcgi via upstart
/var/run is the convension for these things – /var/lib is for libraries. As for upstart vs. plain sudo, that is a good question. I was assuming only that upstart could not write them. Did it help? Or not at all.
Nov
25
comment PHP APC Accelerator completely breaks Apache2 on Windows?
Btw, I'm not saying APC is not to blame, but before you blame a specific extension, I'd disable all others (especially xdebug) and try one by one if you can reproduce the hangs.
Nov
25
comment Disable or Remove APC
Not an answer to your question (since the answers have been given below), but your error is pretty common. I just answered a question here which contains a fix for it: serverfault.com/questions/333996/…
Nov
25
comment PHP APC Accelerator completely breaks Apache2 on Windows?
I agree, this is not enough info.
Sep
6
comment recreating svn repository
This is intense. Is that really necessary? I'm just trying to figure it out since my provider apparently moved our repos and I get the same error.
Jun
19
comment Keeping a part of a Subversion repository, but there is a path change in the middle
svndumpfilter4 dies right away with an idention error.
May
29
comment Deployment to thousands of Amazon S3 accounts?
Yeah, I didn't want to complicate it for him. I think he can assign granular read access to all his customers' AWS accounts.
May
29
comment Deployment to thousands of Amazon S3 accounts?
extended my answer
May
28
comment Deployment to thousands of Amazon S3 accounts?
Can you share the example? I'm not sure what you're referring to. And yeah, when I said instances, I meant EC2 instances to e.g. download the file and re-upload it, etc.. I suggested EC2 because traffic between an EC2 instance and S3 (in the same region) is free.
Jan
7
comment Best AWS Architecture?
Good call. To make an ELB even more redundant you can specify that it runs in multiple availability zones: docs.amazonwebservices.com/ElasticLoadBalancing/latest/…
Nov
15
comment Web based KVM management for Ubuntu
Pretty weird that there is nothing semi-decent for ubuntu yet.
Nov
5
comment Removing default “ubuntu” user from Ubuntu Install on EC2
Security hole -- hardly? And cloudwatch logs into an instance?