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Nov
1
comment Updating Dell PowerEdge firmware on Ubuntu?
The link is 404'ed. Wish folks would copy the content to SF instead of linking to it.
Oct
22
comment php upload_max_filesize ignored - unable to upload 5gb file
Will upgrade today and let you know - thanks.
Oct
8
comment php upload_max_filesize ignored - unable to upload 5gb file
It does and the file size limit matches what is in php.ini. The software (VIMP) is known to work just fine with very large files ( >5gb )
Oct
7
comment segfault error with bash on CentOS 6
Preaching to the choir. Building packages from source is a solution of last resort since we lose the ability to have future security patches easily applied. Will wait on an official solution.
Oct
4
comment php upload_max_filesize ignored - unable to upload 5gb file
ooo till Monday, can't get to my video production machine. will follow up then (and delete this message at that time)
Oct
4
comment php upload_max_filesize ignored - unable to upload 5gb file
$ file /usr/sbin/httpd /usr/sbin/httpd: ELF 64-bit LSB shared object, x86-64, version 1 (SYSV), dynamically linked (uses shared libs), for GNU/Linux 2.6.18, stripped
Oct
4
comment php upload_max_filesize ignored - unable to upload 5gb file
64 bit CentOS with 24gb RAM. Wondering if I have a 32-bit version of Apache installed now. How would I find that out?
Oct
4
comment php upload_max_filesize ignored - unable to upload 5gb file
CentOS 6.5, Apache 2.2
Oct
4
comment php upload_max_filesize ignored - unable to upload 5gb file
I'm updating the correct file because if I change upload_max_filesize to 9999M, then restart apache, I see that reflected in phpinfo();
Aug
18
comment Get physical drive size from command line
This is for ordering some replacement drives. It seems I can get FIPS certified SEDs in some configurations, but not others (for my server model)
Aug
18
comment Get physical drive size from command line
Yeah, on with Dell.. even OMSA doesn't list the physical dimensions. He looked up the info from the drive part number, confirmed the size for me.
Sep
19
comment How To Backup “crontab -e” Files?
With regard to your username, sorry to take away your '666' upvote count -but I found the post useful. ;)
Sep
12
comment case statement with $servername fails
Updated my manifest with your second example - works fine now.
Aug
30
comment manifest file is not being applied
I've never used puppet before today - purely a learning exercise and there is only one machine involved.
Oct
10
comment Incorrect MIME type - pulling my hair out
I will do that tomorrow. Also, if you find the question or answer helpful, please don't forget to vote.
Oct
10
comment Server reporting incorrect mime type for css files
@Becky - if you happen to run across a solution please post back. I have a similar problem and other than blowing out the entire apache installation and resintalling, I don't know what else to do. css is listed in /etc/mime.types, but is still being served as text/html. serverfault.com/questions/436481/…
Oct
9
comment Incorrect MIME type - pulling my hair out
I've added the virtualhost config above. No file type handling that I can see.
Aug
14
comment Trouble with www. redirect (.htaccess)
Updated original article with resolution. There was not an entry in our DNS for www.domain.com. Adding that solved the problem (or at least routed that traffic to my server, where I implemented the redirect above)
Aug
11
comment Trouble with www. redirect (.htaccess)
I've discovered that DNS is handled locally for this site - I've sent a message to the administrator to inquire.
Aug
11
comment Trouble with www. redirect (.htaccess)
@MichaelHampton - of course. I've accessed the site from different machines to confirm the issue.