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    Re: systemd filling up disk

    I do not know the solution to this specific issue with Apache but if you installed your server as a single partition where runaway files in /tmp or /var or other places take every bit of space from...
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    Re: kworker using 100% cpu and low I/O

    Are you 100% certain the drives are all working? It sounds like a drive failed and is compensating in real-time to recreate the data.
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    Re: Unusual issue with /boot partition

    Can you be more specific on exactly how you freed more space?

    Check your command history (if enabled) to see exactly what you typed to make more space.

    LHammonds
  4. Re: Things to do on a daily basis if run a Ubuntu server

    You need to be more specific. I cannot reply to something so vague as "people keep saying about day to day tasks."

    As TheFu has mentioned, it really depends on what you are running. Many of my...
  5. Re: Things to do on a daily basis if run a Ubuntu server

    If you configured it right...nothing on a daily basis and most-likely nothing on a weekly basis.

    The only thing I "have to" do on my servers is apply the kernel patches which requires a reboot. ...
  6. Re: [Webserver] How can i create a manually webserver?

    He didn't say but asking for a VERY specific version sounds like there is a need.

    Yep, I think he got what he was looking for and moved on.

    LHammonds
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    [ubuntu] Re: Upgrading Samba

    I'm pleased to hear you got it working! Good job!
  8. Re: [Webserver] How can i create a manually webserver?

    I already mentioned this but this does not solve #2 of his request.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Hardware or software VMs?

    I am not sure you will see much performance increase going from RAID5 to 10. RAID5 tends to have faster read and RAID10 tends to have faster write and they even out most of the time for general...
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    Re: postfix problem

    postfix is a full mail server. If you are just wanting to send email from apache, you can configure it to use a lightweight mail-sending application to an existing "full" mail server. If you just...
  11. Re: Backup an entire webserver ubuntu 18.04

    Regardless of what solution or how you create your backup, you need to test that backup and document the steps you take in order to restore the server. Testing your restore process in a disaster...
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    Re: Ubuntu Server

    If it were me, I would just setup a new VM and try to set it up in such a way that it could replace that server. This would give you the confidence of knowing that application and what is needed to...
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    [server] Re: encrypted file system on the cloud

    Slow NAS hardware? Are you sure writing/reading over the Internet is going to be faster than a local NAS?

    We (my place of work) avoid outdated and unused hardware laying around everywhere by...
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    Re: Bash Scripts vs Ansible

    Bash is part of the system and has no extra cost. That is why I use it. If you would like to see some of the scripts I use to automate my servers so I don't have to touch them or do very little...
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    Re: RAID 10 - Advice please?

    Are you using software for the RAID setup? Or a RAID hardware controller? Hopefully you won't be using a FakeRAID hardware controller.

    If using a hardware RAID controller, know that if that...
  16. [SOLVED] Re: Network (hardware) setup diagram - correct?

    There is a much bigger difference setting up a 16.04 server verses 18.04 than between 18.04.1 and 18.04.2.

    Personally, I would ALWAYS setup a server with the most current release and try and make...
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    Re: Apache won't recognise my domain

    Sounds like a Domain Naming Service (DNS) issue.

    This is not likely an Apache issue. Apache will direct the incoming user to the appropriate site based on the address used to reach your server...
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    Re: Ubuntu Repository Server

    https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Repositories/Personal
  19. [SOLVED] Re: Network (hardware) setup diagram - correct?

    If your server does not have wireless, then you will have to plug into the router.

    However, wireless is typically slower and prone to "air issues" which is why I always have my servers plugged...
  20. [ubuntu] Archiving millions of files into a managable size

    I have a Windows server that processes a ton of HL7 messages and they get dumped into a single folder. I did not realize this data was there and continuing to grow until Nagios told me the drive was...
  21. Re: Sleep and wake up the server twice a day

    I use TP-Link SmartPlugs for running all my Android TV Players at work. Once the smartplugs are added to the Kasa app on your phone, you can setup an on/off schedule. Since my machines can handle...
  22. [SOLVED] Re: can't connect to MySQL or login with root

    If AppArmor is installed and running, make sure it is configured for your database.
  23. [ubuntu] Re: DirectoryIndex not working with apache2

    Yes, this is a misconfiguration so please post both of your site configs in CODE tags.

    LHammonds
  24. [server] Re: Reset Mysql root password on Ubuntu server 16.04

    I have not seen that problem before. Might be helpful to post the exact error message you get when you issue the "mysql -u root" command as well as post log results after starting mysql in...
  25. Re: Help to configure ubuntu & apache to run two virtual servers using 2 diff PHP ver

    I have different external IP addresses. If I only had one IP, then yes, a proxy would be required to route the traffic.
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