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Apr
6
comment how to make a php crontab silent
@bandnon 1 minute intervals aren't realtime anyways... but long running scripts that poll will do it, event driven programming might be good, when an alert is generated, send it.
Mar
30
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Mar
22
comment How do I remove an A record with the Plesk command line utility?
so my syntax is right? this is just a bug in the program... which of course my supervisor won't let me patch to fix.
Feb
20
awarded  Popular Question
Feb
11
accepted Is @ valid in any part of the zone file?
Feb
11
asked Is @ valid in any part of the zone file?
Jan
19
comment Locked out of server by not-sure-what, remote reboots don't help. What to do?
walk up to the server and make sure nothing but ssh is started. If you have to, have your datacenter do this. Then once you're logged in remotely, you can start services and see what happens.
Dec
24
comment moving whole server to new one
not a real answer... but I'd ask your host if they will do it for you. If you're managed they might do it for you for free.
Dec
24
comment how to make a php crontab silent
@Tom generally cron may not be the right solution for things that need to run that often. But that's an opinion, and one that we enforce at work.
Dec
23
answered how to make a php crontab silent
Dec
3
accepted How do I use pg_upgrade on arch linux
Nov
29
comment How do I use pg_upgrade on arch linux
wait does it do it automatically in another distro?
Nov
28
comment How do I use pg_upgrade on arch linux
well until recently it wasn't possible...
Nov
27
comment How do I use pg_upgrade on arch linux
@khaled no I just upgraded the install with pacman the database is still there, just not the previous 8.4 binaries. do both (8.4 and 9.0) have to be installed side by side for it to work?
Nov
27
asked How do I use pg_upgrade on arch linux
Nov
9
comment Not running a cron job when the prev run was not finished
@jgoldshrafe and you think rsyncing a mirror every 5 minutes is a good idea? nothing runs in a deterministic length of time, everything is variable
Nov
9
comment Not running a cron job when the prev run was not finished
bagh...then he's just running it too often, imo. I read it wrong... but I'm still leaving my answer.
Nov
9
comment Not running a cron job when the prev run was not finished
This would be a good question for Unix SE
Nov
9
answered Not running a cron job when the prev run was not finished
Nov
5
comment Shouldn't rndc reload invalidate the cache of that domain?
So I sorta figured this one out... upon further investigation by a co-working some ACL or something was preventing the query and thus we were getting a cached result.