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Feb
27
comment reverse proxy issues with nginx over apache2.4 hosting joomla: url rewrite does not work any more
What response code do you get with the non-working URLs?
Feb
26
answered how many SSL certificate can be listed in SSLServercert?
Feb
25
comment Is it possible to have 1 IP Address for a cluster of recursive DNS Servers?
@kasperd Agreed, that setup would be incredibly fragile.
Feb
25
comment Is it possible to have 1 IP Address for a cluster of recursive DNS Servers?
@kasperd Yeah, good point - would need to drop the advertisement (and wait for convergence) to stop sending traffic to the bad node.
Feb
25
answered Is it possible to have 1 IP Address for a cluster of recursive DNS Servers?
Feb
25
comment Can I Map a Network Drive on a server to itself (SharePoint Server)?
@HopelessN00b It's a WebDAV mount
Feb
25
comment Can I Map a Network Drive on a server to itself (SharePoint Server)?
Are there any interesting failures in the server's security log when the authentication attempt happens? And what does the IIS configuration (specifically, what host headers and IP listeners are configured for what sites) look like?
Feb
24
comment Apache rewrite works under FreeBSD, not under CentOS
Right, so the rewrite isn't happening. Turn on RewriteLogLevel 9 and set a RewriteLog location, let's see what it's actually doing.
Feb
24
comment Apache rewrite works under FreeBSD, not under CentOS
It should tell you what file it was looking for. That's relevant.
Feb
24
comment Apache rewrite works under FreeBSD, not under CentOS
Ok, so what's in the error log when these 404s happen?
Feb
24
comment Apache rewrite works under FreeBSD, not under CentOS
So the problem is with the RewriteRule ^start.php/?(.*)$ $1 [R=301,L] rule, if I'm understanding correctly..? Can you clarify exactly what request you're sending (is it /start.php/something triggering the first rule, or /something triggering only the RewriteRule ^(.*)$ start.php/$1?%{QUERY_STRING} [L] rule) and what result you're expecting, versus what you're seeing from the error log when the 404 happens?
Feb
24
comment Load Balancing DNS Servers: UDP / TCP
@MoshPit Depends what you want to achieve; vrrpd just does simple VRRP, while keepalived adds stuff like service health checking to determine whether or not the services being load balanced are alive. Use whichever best suits your needs.
Feb
24
comment Load Balancing DNS Servers: UDP / TCP
Good point - I was assuming authoritative in my answer but you're right, it may be a recursor.
Feb
24
comment Load Balancing DNS Servers: UDP / TCP
@MoshPit vrrpd or keepalived are good options.
Feb
24
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Feb
24
answered Is there a way to force permissions to update when removing user from admins?
Feb
23
comment Permissions set to 555. How can another user modify the files?
@AD7six Ahh, I see what you mean.
Feb
23
comment Permissions set to 555. How can another user modify the files?
@sam_pan_mariusz Well, we don't even know whether it's a package install or compiled from source.
Feb
23
comment Permissions set to 555. How can another user modify the files?
@AD7six Which comment do you mean? I got the opposite impression from Apache is run by root. Php master process is run by root.
Feb
23
answered Permissions set to 555. How can another user modify the files?