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bio website konscript.com
location Copenhagen, Denmark
age 26
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seen Nov 28 at 21:52

Open minded, open sourced Dane. Experienced with frontend web development, and confident in a Linux environment.

"If it aint broken, fix it until it is"


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awarded  Caucus
Jul
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awarded  Popular Question
Mar
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comment DNS issues on Google compute engine
@dsznajder: I've added the actual domains, so you don't have to "guess" anymore :) Your help is appreciated!
Mar
24
revised DNS issues on Google compute engine
Added domain names
Feb
26
comment DNS issues on Google compute engine
I have updated the question with some more DNS info
Feb
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revised DNS issues on Google compute engine
Deleted non-relevant info
Feb
26
comment DNS issues on Google compute engine
DNS on Server A is managed by Google. I guess they are different virtual hosts, but can't tell for sure. If i do a ping on ServerA.dk it resolves to 74.125.143.121 If I do a ping on ServerA.appspot.com (address assigned by Google) it resolves to 74.125.143.141
Feb
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awarded  Informed
Feb
26
asked DNS issues on Google compute engine
Jan
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accepted List of hosts in Varnish
Dec
22
awarded  Editor
Dec
22
comment List of hosts in Varnish
Thanks for your replies. "list"s doesn't exist in Varnish, so it throws a syntax error. I tried like JamesHannah suggested, to use acl cache_blacklist {} however, ACL will only match with client.id - not req.http.host.
Dec
22
revised List of hosts in Varnish
edited title
Dec
21
asked List of hosts in Varnish
Dec
21
accepted Permissions in a multiuser Linux environment
Dec
6
comment Permissions in a multiuser Linux environment
At first glance, Posix ACL seems to be the answer of my prayers. Although: this also affects the group permissions, and if I change the permissions back to 700, it no longer works. eg. setfacl -m u:www-data:rx sharedfile.txt The sharedfile.txt will now have 750 in permissions, and if I change this back to 700, www-data can no longer access it.
Dec
6
comment Permissions in a multiuser Linux environment
I've had at look at Capistrano actually, but it seems too much. All I want is to remotely run "git pull repo master". I works alright, except for the permissions. However, ACL seemed to solve it.
Dec
6
comment Permissions in a multiuser Linux environment
Yup, it is supported by my system (Ubuntu). I'll look into it, thanks! :) help.ubuntu.com/community/…
Dec
5
asked Permissions in a multiuser Linux environment
Dec
3
accepted Chroot jail of Nginx and php