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answered WSREP: Bad value for 'socket.ssl_key'
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comment WSREP: Bad value for 'socket.ssl_key'
Good grief. That was it. chmod 500 /etc/mysql/ssl/ && chmod 400 /etc/mysql/ssl/* && chown -R mysql:mysql /etc/mysql/ssl/ = fixed.
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asked WSREP: Bad value for 'socket.ssl_key'
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asked Galera Rsync SST Secured via SSL/SSH
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comment Relatively easy way to block all traffic from a specific country?
This is what secure VPNs are for.
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comment Relatively easy way to block all traffic from a specific country?
-1 This is not an answer. Should have been a comment.
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comment ZFS - Is RAIDZ-1 really that bad?
I'm using 4 WD RE4-GP drives, which have <1 in 10^15 non-recoverable read errors.
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accepted ZFS - Is RAIDZ-1 really that bad?
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comment ZFS - Is RAIDZ-1 really that bad?
Thanks for that explanation. That makes a lot of sense and matches with what I've learned about ZFS so far. I have actually reloaded my server with FreeNAS already and went with the RAIDZ-1 configuration. I have it set to scrub once a month. Do you think that is often enough or would you recommend more frequent scrubs? The rampant layering violation is my favorite feature of ZFS :-)
Oct
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comment ZFS - Is RAIDZ-1 really that bad?
Thanks for your help in Chat. Going to go with RAIDZ since I need the space and performance isn't as much of a concern.
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comment ZFS - Is RAIDZ-1 really that bad?
Let us continue this discussion in chat.