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Self taught in PHP, Javascript (jQuery) and Firebug. And now Python (Django). Currently learning to dev for Android


Jul
4
comment Using a variable in an upstream declaration?
I did and it didn't work, but I was asking because I didn't know if the host variable had a different name in the upstream directive or if variables needed to be passed to the directive for them to be available.
Jul
4
comment Using a variable in an upstream declaration?
It works! I didn't know you could specify a proxy without defining an upstream. Nice. Can you elaborate on why it's a bad idea to use in production? Assuming host can only have one value... otherwise you have to create symlinks for each host and you are better off making static.
Jul
3
asked Using a variable in an upstream declaration?
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jul
2
awarded  Popular Question
Jun
7
asked Which UFW messages can logcheck safely ignore?
Apr
16
awarded  Notable Question
Oct
1
awarded  Popular Question
Aug
27
awarded  Nice Question
Feb
4
awarded  Yearling
Dec
20
accepted Postgresql Performance - Adjusting SHMMAX and SHMALL
Dec
16
accepted Apache log rotation: logrotate vs rotatelogs vs chronolog
Dec
16
awarded  Commentator
Dec
16
comment Postgresql Performance - Adjusting SHMMAX and SHMALL
SHMMAX need to be increased in order to increase shared_buffers which is the lowest hanging fruit when it comes to postgresql performance. Can you add a link to the documentation?
Dec
16
accepted Using subdomain to setup domain
Dec
16
asked Postgresql Performance - Adjusting SHMMAX and SHMALL
Sep
26
comment Managing services started on boot (rc0.d, rc1.d, etc)
as good as it gets, i suppose. thanks.
Sep
26
accepted Managing services started on boot (rc0.d, rc1.d, etc)
Sep
24
comment Managing services started on boot (rc0.d, rc1.d, etc)
Does rcconf work for both upstart and sysv? or do I need two tools to manage all the services, because on Ubuntu 10.04 services seem to be a mix of the two.
Sep
24
revised Managing services started on boot (rc0.d, rc1.d, etc)
specific openntpd problem was solved with `aptitude purge openntpd` but I'm still looking for a general solution for managing bootup services