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comment Is it safe to change runlevel inside a cron script?
Thanks for the who -r example. I didn't know about that one.
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comment Is it safe to change runlevel inside a cron script?
I can but it wouldn't give me a defineative answer to the "is it safe " part of the question until something goes horribly wrong. This script needs to run on live production boxes. I assume someone here has done something like this before.
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comment Apache UseCanonicalName On isnt passing ServerName to CGI
Thanks but I think you're too quick to assume the original server_name value isn't being passed through because this is "not CGI". I don't think that's the issue at all. I think it is being overwritten at some point in the httpd -> mod_proxy -> mod_cfml -> tomcat -> railo processing chain and I can probably prevent that if I knew where.
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comment Apache UseCanonicalName On isnt passing ServerName to CGI
That makes some sense except that CFML engines DO emulate CGI and provide a CGI scope containing the fields you would expect. For point 2 I do not want seperate "contexts" based on the FQDN used by the client. What I want is many FQDN aliases all pointing to the same "shortname" context. I do want to preserve the 'Host' header information but I need the "true" ServerName as well.
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