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I will get a cable (copper or fiber) and I don't know how to split it in many private networks for each public IP. You ltierally should not ask ion a place for professionals if you do not know how to put a switch behind an uplink. And technically a switch is all you need - then assign addresses to other computers behind the switch as needed. More ...


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On Windows, the default root.crt and root.crl are stored in %APPDATA%\postgresql (this thread pointed me in the right direction). When I deleted these files, I was able to successfully connect to the remote server via psql without using any ssl parameters (defaults are to auto-negotiate ssl with sslmode=require): C:\>"Program Files\PostgreSQL\9.6\bin\...


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The way to do it now is hostnamectl hostname.domainname


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The intermediate certificate must be in server.crt i am not sure if you need to add it to root.crt. Please refer to PostgreSQL Documentation Edit: I just created a script to generate all you need to setup SSL with full verification. Can you please run it and confirm if it works ? #!/bin/bash rm -rf /tmp/pg-ssl mkdir -p /tmp/pg-ssl openssl req -new -...


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What Alexander Farber suggest is basically correct and usable but I'd like to point to my little project https://github.com/cosenmarco/jetty-systemd-notifier which signals systemd about the life-cycle of Jetty. In this project I'm trying to provide the best possible way to interface to systemd. The "simple" service type may not be the best in some ...


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Yes. Though I highly recommend making liberal use of whitespaces, line breaks and include statements to increase readability - ultimately its up to you to skip line breaks where convenient - nginx only treats line breaks special to be able to point out the line where configuration parser errors occurred. nginx configuration files are nothing more than ...


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location directives only match normalised URIs, which don't include query arguments. This is the reason why you cannot match ?lang. To match that one, you can use a query argument variable to make the match. if ($arg_lang) { add_header X-Robots-Tag "noindex, follow" always; } This snippet should be included in the location / block. For matching the ...


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First and foremost to correctly set up a mail server so any and all mail you send doesn't get bounced you will need access to your resource records of your domain which are held at whatever DNS provider you have choosen, mine is Google I will go over the resource records which is all you should need minus my dkim record which I will not be showing. First ...


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I had same issue ,the cause of this problem was relayhost allowing only mail from mydomain like "acme.com" and not from subdomains like "nagios.acme.com" I fixed this by updating the "myorigin" parameters value to myorigin = $mydomain


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