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Jun
7
answered Ubuntu Pound Reverse Proxy Load Balancing Based off active server load?
May
31
accepted Disk full, du tells different. How to further investigate?
May
31
comment Disk full, du tells different. How to further investigate?
Bingo! :-) Thanks.
May
30
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May
30
asked Disk full, du tells different. How to further investigate?
May
3
comment Sharing apache's error_log with other users (non-root)
Just try to find out if your apache logfiles are log-rotated. If no special file exists, maybe there's a line in /etc/logrotate.conf. This is just to make sure a daily logrotation does not re-set your changed file permissions. If there's no rotation, simply ignore this hint. Btw - what linux are you using?
May
3
answered Hosted CMS providers
May
3
answered Security of chroot and linux binaries
May
3
answered Sharing apache's error_log with other users (non-root)
Apr
21
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Apr
21
comment Cron job keeps running!
Ok, then try curl instead of wget: curl -m 90 -o /tmp/curl.log www.example.com.
Apr
21
answered Does disallowing sending emails via a SMTP server that doesn´t have the same address help preventing spam or is it dangerous?
Apr
21
revised Cron job keeps running!
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Apr
21
answered Cron job keeps running!
Apr
15
comment How to set Postfix configuration to cach-all emails in domain but excluding some addresses?
When you send mail you may receive it because you authenticated or sent within your local net: if this is permitted before the check_recipient_access restriction, it is possible. If you implemented the header_checks method, you have to add a similar line to a smtp_header_checks file. The first one is a filter while receiving mails, the latter a filter when mail is delivered.
Apr
15
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Apr
15
comment How to set Postfix configuration to cach-all emails in domain but excluding some addresses?
Without further investigation why it doesn't work, I can also think of adding a line to the header_checks file.
Apr
15
revised How to set Postfix configuration to cach-all emails in domain but excluding some addresses?
add another solution
Apr
14
comment Plesk and MailScanner
The delay for greylisting will just be for the first individual hit. It remembers the accepted to-from-combinations; and you can whitelist. To see how effective Zen is, do something like grep NOQUEUE /var/log/mail| grep -i spamhaus| wc -l
Apr
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