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Apr
9
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!
Apr
9
asked CentOS keeps losing its localtime setting?
Apr
3
accepted How to resolve problems with spf / softfail?
Apr
3
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!
Apr
3
comment How to resolve problems with spf / softfail?
Thx! -- I'll try it and report back.
Apr
3
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 ?
Apr
3
asked How to resolve problems with spf / softfail?
Feb
28
accepted Is there any reason to NOT have a swap file on CentOS (DigitalOcean)
Feb
28
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.
Feb
28
comment Is there any reason to NOT have a swap file on CentOS (DigitalOcean)
@MikeB good pointer -- thanks!
Feb
28
asked Is there any reason to NOT have a swap file on CentOS (DigitalOcean)
Feb
20
comment Can't get monit to run “exec” actions
Aha -- that did it. Thanks!
Feb
20
accepted Can't get monit to run “exec” actions
Feb
20
asked Can't get monit to run “exec” actions
Feb
19
awarded  Popular Question
Feb
4
asked How can I find a specific PHP process with pgrep (monit related)
Feb
1
accepted What does http code 206 (partial content) really mean?
Feb
1
comment What does http code 206 (partial content) really mean?
Got it -- It's most likely the video player initializing itself. Thanks!
Feb
1
comment What does http code 206 (partial content) really mean?
I think it's normal too; my point/question is whether the first part of the video was in fact pushed to the client as part of loading the page. Are you saying that it is?
Feb
1
comment What does http code 206 (partial content) really mean?
Sorry; see edits. This is just me looking at the page in Mac/Safari, although I don't see any big differences in behavior with other browsers.