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comment What is the best way to redirect a user to another server and domain and keeping the URL intact?
@HBruijn you say that if I was google.com then I could point with CNAME to yahoo.com from something like yahoo.google.com? If that's true that's a good solution for me.
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comment What is the best way to redirect a user to another server and domain and keeping the URL intact?
@AD7six I have a working server with WordPress. I want to create a subdomain on it which will display data from another provider. That's the need. In other words, I need to somehow bring data from another server (different IP) to the "WP" server. So I wrote the question, and suddenly thought that I could just create an A-record to just point to different server and problem is solved. But I'm not providing an answer since it isn't an answer. That configuration is complicated because if data provider server changes the IP then that config isn't good. Maybe you can suggest something? Thanks.
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comment What is the best way to redirect a user to another server and domain and keeping the URL intact?
Suddenly I'm thinking: why the heck not to create a subdomain and with A record which would point to my server? But is that possible to write in A record another domain name?
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comment cron.weekly runs on wrong day of week on Ubuntu
I made a lots of googling, and found that if there exists Anacron on the system, then it overrides the cron's settings!! So I went to anacron's last run file located at /var/spool/anacron/cron.weekly and changed the value to last Saturday. So today it finally ran! My question is how do I set also the time, so it'll run on 6:47? @hruntig was right about it. But what is my best option here? To disable anacron maybe?
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comment cron.weekly runs on wrong day of week on Ubuntu
What's weird's - that the logs also verify that, here's the last run line for example: Jul 9 07:57:44 Server anacron[31511]: Job 'cron.weekly' started. So the hour is obviously wrong. I'm wondering, could be there any other setting which overrides the /etc/crontab ? Thanks.
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comment cron.weekly runs on wrong day of week on Ubuntu
@Iain, yes, for at least 4 months..
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comment cron.weekly runs on wrong day of week on Ubuntu
not silly, but I wouldn't ask this without checking that :) so the date is correct, the output is today
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comment How to use screen with mysql import
Thanks @John. I eventually used byobu, so your advise helped a lot!
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