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    [ubuntu] Re: resolv.conf keeps old configurations

    Alright I maybe barking up the wrong tree, I found that command on a blog...or forum..or somewhere around the inet.

    Is there an easy command to confirm the hostname is part of the domain. For...
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    [ubuntu] Re: resolv.conf keeps old configurations

    That seems to have worked, I eliminated the contents of the /etc/resolvconf/resolv.conf.d/original file and it worked. Thanks for that.

    A follow up is I am trying to add the line dns-domain in...
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    [ubuntu] Re: resolv.conf keeps old configurations

    Alright I made the changes and removed the old configurations out of the /run/resolvconf/resolv.conf and then did an interface restart and it still shows the old configurations
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    [ubuntu] resolv.conf keeps old configurations

    I have been searching for this answer for awhile and came up with nothing. I recently upgraded from ubuntu 10.04 to 12.04 and I understand the auto config of the resolv.conf file and I have edited...
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    [ubuntu] Re: High-Availability

    Alright does anyone have an advice on how to do a live sync and HA amongst them?
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    [ubuntu] Re: High-Availability

    Yes I suppose I worded that wrong. I have no need for load balancing as I don't get hardly any traffic, I need HA and, like you said, live sync between the 2 webservers.
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    [ubuntu] High-Availability

    Hey All,

    I am working on making a set of 2 webservers both installed with wordpress that access a mutual mysql server. I am working on building another ubuntu server to be the load balancing...
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