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comment PHP CLI with IMAP, 5 second startup delay
I had no SELinux denials, and indeed PHP startup was slow in permissive mode too. But I was indeed missing an entry in /etc/hosts file for hostname.localdomain of this development machine and adding that entry solved it. This hadn't always been a problem but may have appeared with an update to php-imap-5.5.18 last week in Fedora 20.
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revised What is the correct pronunciation of Nagios?
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comment How to redirect from HTTPS to HTTP before server error?
SSL is negotiated before any HTTP requests take place, as I think you have found out. I think you're going to have a problem getting this to work like you want, but I'm voting to migrate to ServerFault.com in case someone there has a better answer.
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answered PHP - Web SSH Console
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answered Restrict access of PHP scripts to folder they are executed in
Aug
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accepted Does semodule -i need to be run after every SELinux policy update?
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revised Does semodule -i need to be run after every SELinux policy update?
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revised Does semodule -i need to be run after every SELinux policy update?
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asked Does semodule -i need to be run after every SELinux policy update?
Aug
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comment Upgrading to PHP 5.3 - solutions for legacy sites
Have you tested the legacy code on PHP 5.3? What doesn't work?
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comment Domain Swapping
@mcfan42 you should have backups anyway, but the DNS change doesn't touch your server so it shouldn't be an issue.
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comment Domain Swapping
@mcfan42 It should be enough. It will take a few hours before DNS caches around the world expire and they reach the new IP