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    IP address in CMD_DNS_ADMIN

    Nice to have: Show ipadress where the domains is set to, next to the domain itself.

    If a user has more than 1 ipaddress assigned, it's pretty cumbersome to find out what domain is using it.
    AFAIK...
  2. Thread: Php 7.0.20

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    We see customers running the 7.1 branch to...

    We see customers running the 7.1 branch to massively switch to 5.6.30 or 7.0.* since the 7.1.5 update because of backends not working anymore. Frontends do work tho. So we dropped 7.1 almost...
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    The is because you have SNI enabled. SNI is an...

    The is because you have SNI enabled.

    SNI is an extension on top of SLL/TLS where the client (browser) sends the hostname (e.g. www.mysafesite.com) it want's to connect to as part of the ssl...
  4. Thread: swap problem

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    Your (virtual) server is installed with 1 GB of...

    Your (virtual) server is installed with 1 GB of ram resulting in a default of 2x1GB swapspace.
    Afterwards your vda2 is expanded to 5GB but the swap fs is not resized.

    Usually you'll need a few...
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    I agree a git plugin would be great.

    I agree a git plugin would be great.
  6. For the #2, if you extract an backup file, you'll...

    For the #2, if you extract an backup file, you'll find a home.tar.gz file in the 'backup' dir. Inside this tar you'll find the .spamassin subdir and the user pref files.
    But indeed, that's pretty...
  7. For now you might use 'split --bytes=5G...

    For now you might use 'split --bytes=5G user.admin.youruser.tar.gz' and put it in a cronjob to run after the backup done.

    But I think most serverowners will use other ways to backup a user after...
  8. See the part 'Blocking Access to Specific Ports...

    See the part 'Blocking Access to Specific Ports by Country'

    The example uses port 21 but you would use 21, 110, 25, 587, 143, ... etc to block all open ports, except 80 and 443. ( or enter a range...
  9. Maybe this will help:...

    Maybe this will help: https://www.liquidweb.com/kb/how-to-block-or-allow-specific-ports-by-country-in-the-csf-firewall/
  10. The tilde is to provide the home directory of the...

    The tilde is to provide the home directory of the user running the script. So, if you reboot... who's is the user running the script? This can be 'root' (most likely) or some other user, but to make...
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    The double domain.tld is added as a result of the...

    The double domain.tld is added as a result of the 'domain domain.tld' in the /etc/resolv.conf (if you forget the last dot).

    The 'extra' dot after the domain is because the tld itself is a child...
  12. Looks like one system uses curl (amongst others)...

    Looks like one system uses curl (amongst others) compiled with OpenSSL and the other one uses NSS (Netscape Security System). Both handle certificates in another way.

    I think they started using...
  13. If you restart dovecot it has only a few...

    If you restart dovecot it has only a few processes running. But within a minute most of the disconnected clients start reconnecting automatically and dovecot will need increasingly more resources...
  14. Well, it does hit a limit somewhere or you...

    Well, it does hit a limit somewhere or you wouldn't ask the question :)

    I would guess the slowing down is IO bound. The processes normally don't use much resources, but do use a lot of disk io. So...
  15. Thread: MariaDB 10.1.22

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    Maybe this will help: ...

    Maybe this will help:

    https://www.penguinprompt.com/mariadb-10-0-29-update-failure-selinux/
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    I might hope that after 8 years the issue is...

    I might hope that after 8 years the issue is already solved :)
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    Why not? [root@blah ~]# ps x|grep php...

    Why not?

    [root@blah ~]# ps x|grep php
    php-fpm: master process (/usr/local/php71/etc/php-fpm.conf)
    php-fpm: master process (/usr/local/php56/etc/php-fpm.conf)
    [root@blah ~]# httpd -M|grep ruid
    ...
  18. Thread: Backup features

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    Why should directadmin build a feature if this...

    Why should directadmin build a feature if this actually has nothing to do with the controlpanel and you can use a oneliner to accomplish this?

    You could drop something like this in a daily,...
  19. Why isn't it possible? We backup servers with...

    Why isn't it possible? We backup servers with hundreds of millions files, but it takes a while and many small files use a lot of ram ( for caching directory indexes etc ) and most often use 1 or more...
  20. rsync is a backuptool and not supposed to be used...

    rsync is a backuptool and not supposed to be used for redundancy. mysql replication is used for redundancy but is not a backuptool.

    The difference is clear when u delete all files on your main...
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    Correct! You copy it if you cache it, but it...

    Correct! You copy it if you cache it, but it performs better if the remote host is down or slow or decides to change the image to a trojan :)
    If you don't care about that and want to keep the image...
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    linking to http links is not a problem, but if...

    linking to http links is not a problem, but if you render them in the browser (showing the image) it suddenly becomes mixed content. So using a local proxy mechanism is a good fix and save as you can...
  23. You should know that progress indicators always...

    You should know that progress indicators always hang indefinitely in the 90+ range... :)
  24. Although it sounds logical, let's not do that...

    Although it sounds logical, let's not do that just in case your backup was corrupted or it was just a partial backup :)

    Deleting your current public_html directory should stay a manual action...
  25. If I remember correctly, the ipad 1 latest ios...

    If I remember correctly, the ipad 1 latest ios version is somewhere in the 5.x range and uses a very old (4.x) version of safari. Most likely this combination does not support sni. Your user might...
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