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Sep
15
comment Dynamically set current domain in nginx with perl module
I think you need to explain this "complicated environment", rather than what you think you need. Two answers here satisfy your stated requirements, but you blew them off without a good explanation of why they fail.
Sep
11
comment Virtual Host vs rewrite for subdomain
Not convinced. If you do a rewrite in .htaccess that'll be slower. If you do it in the apache config it still needs to be read and might generate an internal second request - depending on the nature of the redirect.
Aug
28
comment using mdadm, can I add a mirror raid over network for backup purposes?
Then you should make sure you have good backups - all single-servers fail, and if you cannot schedule an outage then you'll find a world of pain sooner or later.
Aug
27
answered apt-get not found on my VPS?
Jul
27
revised Is there an async FUSE filesystem for replication?
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Jul
27
comment Is there an async FUSE filesystem for replication?
code.google.com/p/lsyncd
Jul
26
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Jul
26
answered Is there an async FUSE filesystem for replication?
Jul
21
answered subdomains issue
Jul
14
revised How do I change my password on a Cisco Catalyst 2960 switch?
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Jul
13
answered How do I change my password on a Cisco Catalyst 2960 switch?
Jul
3
comment Web server fault with php files
PS. If you're running wordpress, or similar, he could have just downloaded the code from the main project - not from your specific server - but update anything you're running to make sure you're not running an old known-vulnerable code.
Jul
3
comment Web server fault with php files
The apache logs. You're looking for a request for something that looks "unusual".
Jul
1
answered How to clean up an unprocessed orphan inode list?
Jul
1
answered Web server fault with php files
Jun
19
comment Download files from server while logged in via ssh
use @visudo@ so that you get syntax checking - means you don't lose the ability to use @sudo@ if you make an edit that is bogus, and triggers an error.
Jun
19
comment Download files from server while logged in via ssh
@EightBitTony: It does mean that if the password/ssh key to that user is compromised any files may be read/written to as root, yes. Obviously you should further restrict things e.g. limit remote access to a known-good single IP, via ~privileged/.ssh/authorized_keys etc.
Jun
19
answered Download files from server while logged in via ssh
Jun
13
answered List installed packages with the repo they came from?
Jun
12
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