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Mar
19
comment Domain will not propagate (Over 96+ Hours)
Hover is generally good as I use them and haven't told them to take a flying leap. Talk to their support team, I'm sure it'll get sorted.
Feb
4
comment Clone ec2 instance with all things installed
We're not here to teach you how to be a sysadmin. Crack open some books and study.
Feb
3
comment Sync Apache Root Folder on Two Ubuntu Servers
5 MINUTES? Sheesh. This is ABC stuff then. You could easily do this with a Git repo if you can live with 5 minutes of update latency.
Feb
2
comment SubjectAlternativeName Add to Existing Certificate
I regret only that I have but one upboat to give to this answer.
Jan
29
comment Linux mysql server 5.6 will not start, or restart
How about posting your my.cnf, since that's what MySQL uses for configuration?
Jan
10
comment Hyper-v Server 2012 standalone server, is it free?
Possible duplicate of Can you help me with my software licensing issue?
Jan
8
comment Blank screen when setting console resolution on Ubuntu 10.04 Server
Please note that this is a 3 year old question. You're unlikely to get a response from the original poster of the question.
Jan
6
comment df -h only shows 10GB, but I've assigned a 500GB disk to the GCE instance
I'd recommend taking a snapshot of your VM if GCE allows for that before you give that a try. And if you've not done this before, I'd definitely recommend trying it on non-Production instances before doing this in Production.
Jan
6
comment Different Routes For The Same DNS
A very good answer, but I would encourage you to focus on questions that are more recent. This one is nearly 4 years old and I'm pretty sure the original poster has moved on in one fashion or another from this problem.
Jan
6
comment df -h only shows 10GB, but I've assigned a 500GB disk to the GCE instance
Looks like a bog-standard Linux root partition resizing to me. Unless GCE has some fancy tools to tell your VM to expand the filesystem for the newly-expanded partion, you have to do it yourself.
Dec
22
comment Why did my apache2 crash? Althoought getting much more space and memory on my server
@Hatzil666 Go do a proper sizing exercise on your application. You're using prefork, so you need to make sure that your application memory per process multiplied by your MaxRequestWorkers is roughly 75% of total system memory.
Sep
23
comment Could not find class, and yet it is there
The modulepath now triggers a deprecation warning.
Aug
23
comment Results of MTR on STDOUT?
Reboot? Logging out and spawning a new shell should be sufficient.
May
6
comment Server Room Temperature Control
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it's hypothetical in nature rather than practical.
Dec
2
comment Stop users logging into Terminal Server via internet
Or better, go ask them for a job since your place is too cheap.
Nov
30
comment AWS EC2: proFTPd Login Incorrect
This question appears to be off-topic because it is specific to this user's environment.
Nov
25
comment Port forward with iptables
You are correct. You'd probably also be surprised how many people would expect traffic from outside the box to work identically to internal traffic though, and would misunderstand that concept from reading these forwarding questions.
Nov
25
comment Forward Traffic in & out, NAT iptables
You are correct, but the answer I provided isn't just for you. I'd be willing to bet that 90% of the people coming into ServerFault via a search engine link to your question wouldn't read that particular nuance into the sentence you quoted.
Nov
24
comment Port forward with iptables
You turned on ipv4 forwarding in your sysctl.conf (and then reloaded) or in the appropriate location in /proc, yes?
Nov
24
comment Initate RSync From Webpage
Please do keep in mind that specific products references and link lists go out of date. Products come and go, and these links will go dead over time. Which is one of the reasons that product-heavy questions are frowned upon here.