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comment Nginx location regex is not matching
@rfelsburg: Those docs - and your quote - say that you can use e.g. [:digit:] within a bracket expression i.e. use it like [[:digit:]]. The outer set is the bracket-expression, the inner set is the character-class.
May
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comment DNS Always Getting Non-Authoritative Answer
@joeqwerty - If you can't trust DNS, you can't be sure you're talking to the authoritative name server directly if you refer to it by name :)
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comment Redirect URL within Apache VirtualHost?
The point of a 301 is that it's a permanent redirect; if you want a non-permanent redirect, you should use 302 or 307 instead.
Nov
25
comment Default VirtualHost redirect
I don't think that's true. The Apache docs say (emphasis mine): "If the request contained an unknown or no Host: header it is always served from the primary name-based vhost (the vhost for that address/port appearing first in the configuration file)". Check the order of your VHosts?
Nov
22
answered Default VirtualHost redirect
Nov
22
revised Nginx issues with freshly overwritten images
Fix some minor typos.
Nov
21
comment CentOS 6 and PostgreSQL - Can't Connect to Port
Good point. facepalm
Nov
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answered CentOS 6 and PostgreSQL - Can't Connect to Port
Oct
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reviewed Reviewed Folder Redirection Creates New, Local Folder
Oct
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revised Folder Redirection Creates New, Local Folder
Tiny formatting change
Oct
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comment Exchange 2010 Scenario
As phrased, your question is basically "is it difficult?". Well, that might depend on whether you know how to do it or not. :-)
Oct
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comment NGINX Drupal Redirect for Mobile
Honestly, this question doesn't make a lot of sense to me. Could you simplify this to (a) what you've got and (b) what it should do that it doesn't?
Oct
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comment Virtualbox / Vagrant “closed by remote host” during routine use
Is it possible that your server is running out of RAM, and the OOM-killer is killing your VirtualBox process?
Oct
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comment Is This Normal LDAP Behaviour In CentOS Linux?
You say you're seeing those lines during a reboot; is it possible that nss is trying to bind before slapd has started?
Oct
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revised Is This Normal LDAP Behaviour In CentOS Linux?
htop is not HTOP