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accepted Expanding ZFS on MDRaid?
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comment Expanding ZFS on MDRaid?
so: zpool export; modprobe -r zfs; modprobe zfs; zpool import; zpool online -e tank md2 didn't change anything either
Jan
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comment Expanding ZFS on MDRaid?
I would have used raidz, if it had allowed me to resize the array...
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asked Expanding ZFS on MDRaid?
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accepted Sieve: put mail to subaddress into folder
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accepted Debian Stable: Can't update kernel, libc won't update
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asked Sieve: put mail to subaddress into folder
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answered Sieve: put mail to subaddress into folder
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accepted User-trainable spam filtering with Exim and Dovecot
Oct
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comment User-trainable spam filtering with Exim and Dovecot
Cool, I feared it would be less Unix-y. I just had to change my Exim pipe from command = dovecot-lda… to command = spamc -e dovecot-lda… and use Sieve in Dovecot to drop it into the correct box.
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asked User-trainable spam filtering with Exim and Dovecot
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accepted Obey server_name in Nginx
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comment Obey server_name in Nginx
yeah, I knew debian was slow, but I just didn't expect a "stable" release from 2012 to come with a version from 2008… (I have to rely on debian & backports though, since my virtual server has an ancient kernel current libc-releases don't even support anymore…)
Sep
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comment Obey server_name in Nginx
I'm just realizing that my Debian Stable version of nginx is 0.7, I just assumed it was recent enough to skip the historic blocks in the manual m(
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revised Obey server_name in Nginx
version
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answered Obey server_name in Nginx
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comment Obey server_name in Nginx
no, just sub.domain, I thought I could create a true catch-all block and then just supply server blocks for the (sub)domains I'm actually trying to serve. (Success, see my answer)
Sep
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revised Obey server_name in Nginx
what