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comment CentOS keeps losing its localtime setting?
Looks very promising -- I've made the change and will see what happens in the next couple of days (translation: I'll come back in a couple of days and accept the answer if all's well). Thanks!
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asked CentOS keeps losing its localtime setting?
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accepted How to resolve problems with spf / softfail?
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comment How to resolve problems with spf / softfail?
Bingo! The domain's SPF records are updated and mail is getting through, with the domain "designated as permitted sender". Thanks!
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comment How to resolve problems with spf / softfail?
Thx! -- I'll try it and report back.
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comment How to resolve problems with spf / softfail?
Aha -- so this would be something like v=spf1 ip4:xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx ip4:xxx.xxx.xxx.yyy include:_spf.google.com -all ?
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accepted Is there any reason to NOT have a swap file on CentOS (DigitalOcean)
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comment Is there any reason to NOT have a swap file on CentOS (DigitalOcean)
Yes, DigitalOcean disks are SSD. FWIF, since you can't partition the file system on their "droplets", swap must be enabled through files.