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comment Dovecot vs Courier vs Cyrus
I did in 2010. In fact, I was one of the original Ford SYNC architects and I did a proof of concept for over the air messaging using IMAP. We ran tests of various open source and commercial products that included IMAP and SOAP message based designs. The goal was to support 3 million connected vehicles. It has been a few years but to this day I still run the same setup as I wrote about back then. MS Exchange has come along way since but I have no idea what other open source tools have done. From a pure architectural view, I really like the distributive front-end and back-end capabilities.
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comment Win7 loses connection to network shares after resume unless server specified using FQDN
packet dumps shows two way communication 192.168.1.110.138 -> 192.168.0.58.138 and 192.168.0.58.138 -> 192.168.1.110.138 so it seems even if DNS is failing connections are still accomplished through WINs or broadcasting. I would post the smb.log and nmb.log files to see if they have any hints.
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answered Upgrade Postgresql database from 9.1 to 9.2 AND 32-bit to 64-bit
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comment Set up an NTP server to allow local machines to be syncronised for Linux
umm, not sure what you mean by completely different setting. It's different in one sense but not in the goal. The setup addresses your two goals of (1) "a machine to act as an ntp server to which the other local machines will syncronise their times to." (2) "This needs to happen regardless of whether the ntp server machine is connected to the internet". So you could omit the firewall stuff I mentioned and still glean something from this could you not?
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comment Relationship between /etc/hosts and iptables?
@Steve: You're not making sense. Just remove the two iptables lines and let GlassFish listen on the unpriv ports 8080 and 8181; you will need to append 8080 and 8181 accordingly to your URIs. Maybe I assumed you understood that point. If you insist on using 80 and 443 or no URI modifications you might be able to do an HTTP redirect if GlassFish supports that but then you're back to SOMETHING needing to camp out on 80 and 443 to either do the redirect or GlassFish..
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comment Relationship between /etc/hosts and iptables?
I suggested changing to 80/443 before I knew of your constraint to not run as priv account. What I say above is get rid of the iptables -t nat rules if this is the case and connect directly to the GlassFish server without going through a PAT. Remove the two iptables -t nat lines and it should work. I say above that if you need to block off more ports from public Internet, use filter chain.
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comment Relationship between /etc/hosts and iptables?
You do not need a priv account if you can change your GlassFish configuration to start up and use 8080 and 8181...