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comment Force tar to ignore/skip errors while compressing files?
If you had just said "Yes, it's a notice" I might have accepted it. But you gave me two answers, which is kinda confusing. I appreciate the rsync recommendation but it's a question about tar, so I dunno. Ideally I'd like to see an answer like "tar won't ever abort unless..."
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comment Force tar to ignore/skip errors while compressing files?
I didn't save the error, it was something like "file changed during compression...aborting." Actually "tar cfzp home.tar.gz --ignore-failed-read /home" seems to be working now so I'm not sure what the (file not found) error was from :-/ I edited the question to clear up my confusion with --ignore-failed-read
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comment Force tar to ignore/skip errors while compressing files?
Which time? When compression fails or when the --ignore-failed-read fails?
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comment How do I enable PHP’s flush() with nginx+PHP-FPM?
Apparently it's possible to do this, without disabling gzip, as of Nginx 1.5.6 with the new "fastcgi_buffering" directive twitter.com/mdounin/status/400259731308032000
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comment How do I enable PHP’s flush() with nginx+PHP-FPM?
Also I wonder if there's a "no-gzip" encoding option that could improve this answer?
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comment How do I enable PHP’s flush() with nginx+PHP-FPM?
BTW I noticed my php.ini, while the default value is "off" there was still an uncommented "output_buffering = 4096" in there. Anyway, great question!
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comment How do I enable PHP’s flush() with nginx+PHP-FPM?
If anyone gets progressive gzip working, please email me pj@pjbrunet.com or just reply here. But I can affirm this works (without gzip) wow! Now my css and js files load immediately. According to this phpied.com/progressive-rendering-via-multiple-flushes progressive gzip rendering is possible. But with Apache and not NginX? It's a fascinating link but lacks in-depth implementation details :-/
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