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May
25
comment Apache says DocumentRoot doesn't exist when it does
Thanks for the great explanation, sir!
Oct
1
comment unknown user in last output
found something inside /etc/proftpd/ftpusers.passwd.. a trustportpro.download user. But I'm still puzzled by the failed logins in logs and successful ones in last output.
Oct
1
comment unknown user in last output
Oh, you're right, I missed it. So, no clue about that?
Oct
1
comment unknown user in last output
In fact, they do appear on auth.log as failed attempts. But they also appear in last output, which should only show me the successful logins, as far as I know. That's why I am puzzled, and I don't know how to read this situation.
Oct
1
comment unknown user in last output
@druciferre Yes I do.. but why is listed in last output if the attempts are failed?
Sep
25
comment mdadm: failed to write superblock
Ubuntu Linux 12.10 [...] 3.2.13-grsec-xxxx-grs-ipv6-64 #1 SMP. It's a dedicated server on OVH. I guess I have to contact their technical support..
Sep
25
comment mdadm: failed to write superblock
Thanks, I added some dmesg output. smartctl fails (A mandatory SMART command failed: exiting.)
May
22
comment Best resources for mail server administration
you're right, there's no better documentation :)
May
9
comment Chat: alarm - pppscript failed connection
yes ok but why does this happen? and how can I automate the disconnection/reconnection of the device after N failures?
Feb
19
comment Apache file negotiation failed
I'll gladly accept your beer when I'll come to US :)
Feb
12
comment Relay access denied, but only for some domain recipients
You're right, we have only 127.0.0.0/8. And probably this is the reason why it's working now. But I still wonder why the old connection string did work until yesterday..
Feb
12
comment Relay access denied, but only for some domain recipients
We checked on the service you provided, and there is only one blacklist that lists us (apews.org), which apparently created an entry for our IP on march 2012. According to yot link, it seems that this blacklist service (apews) is not that much reliable.. but thanks anyway
Jan
23
comment segfault on pgrep
Anyway, the access violation was on glibc. FS corruption?
Jan
22
comment segfault on pgrep
How can I get the coredump? It's hard to replicate, it occurs randomly..
Jan
22
comment segfault on pgrep
now sudo gave me an access violation. Hard disk issue?
Jan
22
comment segfault on pgrep
Nope.. Nothing weird at least.
Jul
20
comment Set priority for specific requests in Apache webserver
thanks for your answer, we have a 8 core server, and we're not exactly running out of cpu, we just have some peaks when the load is pretty high, and the website slows down. Of course a very good choice would be the separation of services (e.g. chat in another server), but at the moment we think this server should be enough - with the right confirguration, of course.
Jul
20
comment Set priority for specific requests in Apache webserver
.. we ARE actually using apache 2.2. we use prefork to be safe with php modules. look at the big red warning on php manual here php.net/manual/en/install.unix.apache2.php - btw, we're switching to php-fpm on our dev server, then we'll get it on our prod server too.
Jul
19
comment Set priority for specific requests in Apache webserver
CPU. ATM the situation is not that bad, but we're trying to optimize our conf to be prepared as connections grow. We use mainly php code on apache (prefork).
Mar
23
comment Apache file negotiation failed
Well I just include mod_negotiation in httpd.conf, then the MultiViews options in the VirtualHost should be enough to do what I'm looking for, as far as I know.. isn't it?