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comment Allowing users to mount arbitrary directories
@michaelhampton This is getting severely off the topic of the question, but I'll humor you. Scenario A: I have file $foo. I want file $foo encrypted. Scenario B: I have working directory $bar in /home/$user/. I want everything written to $bar to be encrypted, but only while the user is actively using it. Scenario C: I have $host connected to the network 24/7. If a bad actor exploits some unforeseen vector to access files on $host, I don't want them in plaintext.
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comment Allowing users to mount arbitrary directories
@MichaelHampton True story, but we may be able to negotiate support through our TAM should we manage a workable solution. LUKS just won't cut it, as full-disk encryption doesn't help much for an always-on system with physical security.
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comment Identify The Source of Networking Spikes
Probably shouldn't be running Steam or Skype on it either. Best case scenario it's a script in whatever PHP package you have running that's downloading updates. Worst case your server has been owned.
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comment Can't consistently ping both networks of multihomed host
Does your switch support VLAN tagging, and is it configured correctly?
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comment 500 Server Fault - When switching from php 5.2 to php 5.4 in cpanel on hostgator
Questions involving web hosting control panels are off-topic at Server Fault because they customize their systems beyond the ability to be supported in normal ways, and thus require support from the vendor or the web hosting industry. See Where can I ask questions about web hosting control panels?
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comment Recommended Storage for Domain Controller Collecting Audit Logs
possible duplicate of Can you view an individual events size in the Windows Event Log?
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