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Jun
12
comment Do you have any useful awk and grep scripts for parsing apache logs?
This made processing with AWK a breeze. Was looking for a quick way to setup a common deliminator and this nailed it.
Feb
21
comment OpenSSL connection Error called stream_socket_enable_crypto()
I'm using PHP Version 5.3.6-8ubuntu0ppa5~lucid1 with the PHPMailer class and I see the same error.
Feb
20
comment Postfix certificate verification failed for smtp.gmail.com
After too many failed attempts this was required to get postfix to send properly. Worked for me immediately after visiting google.com/accounts/DisplayUnlockCaptcha
Oct
17
comment Command referenced in `ps aux` doesn't exist?
Only as high as /usr/local/, but I don't think this is where Apache is located in Ubuntu 10.04 (Lucid). I believe the binaries live in /usr/sbin but I'll verify as this is a good point.
Oct
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Oct
17
comment Command referenced in `ps aux` doesn't exist?
The original/system apache2 is matches whats in Ubuntu's repositories and can restart without issue. This apache2 process loads from /usr/sbin/apache2 as it should.
Oct
17
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Oct
17
comment Command referenced in `ps aux` doesn't exist?
/proc/$PID/root looks like a symlink to /. /var/log/apache2/error.log is valid as well.
Oct
17
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Oct
17
comment Command referenced in `ps aux` doesn't exist?
I added the output to the end of the question. Is it possible to retrieve the original command elsewhere if /proc/$PID/cmdline has been overwritten?
Oct
17
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17
asked Command referenced in `ps aux` doesn't exist?
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comment Serving 10,000 simultaneous users over Wifi
Joel Spolsky's article was an interesting read. Thank you.
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