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I'm the BOFH of my work office, and project manager of related projects like supports or hostings.

I enjoy testing virtual appliances and looking for improvements for the installed software.


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comment How do I deploy files to Apache Tomcat in a similar fashion to Apache Webserver, ftp
I don't know if I understand the question. You could let the users access to the folder, that's a permissions issue. What you have to take into account is that everytime Tomcat detects the war file changes, it will redeploy it (the application). If somebody is using the application, his browsing will probably be ruined (as long as persistent sessions are not implemented).
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comment How do I deploy files to Apache Tomcat in a similar fashion to Apache Webserver, ftp
Then I guess your question is not Tomcat related, but an FTP one. By default, and out-of-the-box Tomcat deploys whatever it finds in 'webapps' directory. You don't need to do anything else. If you deploy a war file, you only have to overwrite the existing one, it usually (not 100%) is enough to deploy a new version. To configure the FTP you should look in other questions, I guess, or read the manual. If what you don't know is how to configure the FTP to read/write only webapps directory, chroot the user, and make a link from webapps to whatever home directory the user has (supposing Linux).
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answered How do I deploy files to Apache Tomcat in a similar fashion to Apache Webserver, ftp
May
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comment Mail rejected because of SPF lookup - can a MX record be a CNAME?
Although answers here helped and improved situation, after some weeks I finally found the root problem and you were fully right. Problem was ourdomain.com was so slightly misspelled in postfix configuration files that I didn't see it at first time (nor second or third).
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answered How to Emulate/Simulate Slow Network to test my web application?
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comment Monitoring system with windows update support
It's interesting, but as I said, development isn't the first option so I didn't googled for what I don't need. The plugin you linked only shows warnings (and the one in frank4dd.com seems to be down), so applying them would take more than minutes. Anyway, I really appreciate your efforts -as a former programmer, I woulnd't like anything more than developing that console for Nagios- but it's not the target of my question. So please, don't insist in anything else.
Mar
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comment Monitoring system with windows update support
@HopelessN00b That could be an interesting way, but I doubt my boss would want to develop that if there's something that already does it. In fact our first proposal was to offer WSUS and Nagios but customer demanded for an all-in-one console. Development time wouldn't be accepted nor by boss nor by the customer.
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comment Monitoring system with windows update support
I'd really like to know why you say that HopelessN00b. I saw the advertisment, I clicked it, and it solves my needs, which means it also answers my question. I do not know how to demonstrate I have nothing to do with LogMeIn.
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answered Monitoring system with windows update support
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comment Monitoring system with windows update support
If you could integrate that script in let's say, Nagios, I would pay for it, considering you manage to show available updates for each computer and chose which to install, all in the Nagios console.
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comment Monitoring system with windows update support
I know they have nothing to do. I'm just asking if there is a solution that can manage both things, as I was told they exist. Thanks for your explanations about Google and WSUS, but I know both of them.
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comment Monitoring system with windows update support
As far as I know, WSUS does not do monitoring, does it? Maybe the question is not clear, I'll update it.
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asked Monitoring system with windows update support
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comment Mail rejected because of SPF lookup - can a MX record be a CNAME?
There was no SPF record so couldn't resolve. Thanks.