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Feb
3
asked Got kernel panic with 3w-sas driver after kernel update
Feb
1
comment How to increase nginx connections
Can it limited on your fastcgi_process side?
Jan
20
comment Debian Jessie /etc/network/interfaces post-up route gateway won't persist reboot
@bangal post-up ifup eth0 Trying to up eth0 before deleting a route
Jan
20
answered Debian Jessie /etc/network/interfaces post-up route gateway won't persist reboot
Dec
21
comment How to restart PHP-FPM from cron?
Try to export PATH before /usr/sbin/service call. /usr/sbin/service is just a script and it use a environment PATH variable.
Dec
20
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Dec
18
answered Running LEMP on Ubuntu (15.10), trying to add varnish, having problems
Dec
17
accepted GitLab CE post-commit custom hook not working
Dec
17
comment GitLab CE post-commit custom hook not working
Ohhh. I'm stupid. :( Sorry for inattentive read. All working as expected with post-receive hook, post-commit isn't work on server side, you're right.
Dec
17
comment GitLab CE post-commit custom hook not working
Yes, I tried to put that hook to .git/hooks (where is post-receive, pre-receive and update hooks located). Nothing changed.
Dec
15
answered Why is nginx giving 200 OK response , even though domain is not hosted on my server ? and how can i fix it?
Dec
14
asked GitLab CE post-commit custom hook not working
Dec
14
answered nginx1.8.0+PHP 5.6.16 on OSX, some php pages links show 500 Internal Server Error
Sep
11
revised How to check root environment variable from sudo user?
One more edit: need to bracket variable, it may contain spaces
Sep
11
suggested approved edit on How to check root environment variable from sudo user?
Sep
11
revised How to check root environment variable from sudo user?
see comments below
Sep
11
suggested approved edit on How to check root environment variable from sudo user?
Sep
11
accepted How to check root environment variable from sudo user?
Sep
11
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Sep
11
comment How to check root environment variable from sudo user?
UPD: sudo -i bash -c "echo \$HISTFILESIZE" working correctly, thanks!