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  1. Thread: Bind 9.14.7

    by wattie
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    Bind 9.14.7

    The newest version of Bind includes three security fixes:

    A race condition could trigger an assertion failure when a large number of incoming packets were
    being rejected. This flaw is disclosed...
  2. "Shared hosting" means many different websites....

    "Shared hosting" means many different websites. Each of them is free to use whatever database engine it needs - InnoDB, Aria, MyISAM, etc are all supported by the modern MariaDB servers.

    The DBMS...
  3. Briefly: use InnoDB for your projects! It is the...

    Briefly: use InnoDB for your projects! It is the default and superior storage engine.

    InnoDB is superior in all aspects. Since MariaDB 5.5 and MySQL 5.5 it has been the default option for both...
  4. Take a look here:...

    Take a look here: https://help.directadmin.com/item.php?id=351
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    It is really easy. I even managed to upgrade a...

    It is really easy. I even managed to upgrade a FreeBSD 7.0 machine up to 12 remotely. Major upgrades (for example 10.x to 11.y) are more complicated because it requires updating all ports and...
  6. There's a ticketing system for support issues. We...

    There's a ticketing system for support issues. We post here only when it's not urgent.
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    Briefly: keep it NO if you do not have any issues...

    Briefly: keep it NO if you do not have any issues building MySQL.

    Usually DirectAdmin ships customized packages for each Operating System. You should keep mysql_force_compile NO to use them (this...
  8. If you are FreeBSD or Debian, it will be in...

    If you are FreeBSD or Debian, it will be in /usr/local/mysql/data (the file ends with ".err" name).

    If not, I think you should open a ticket.
  9. First you should restart the service for sure. If...

    First you should restart the service for sure. If that does not help, check its logs.
  10. Strange error at the end of the build on FreeBSD

    When I updated Dovecot to it's newest version today I got the following error at the end:


    Restarting dovecot.
    Stopping dovecot: cat: /var/run/dovecot/master.pid: No such file or directory...
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    Yes, this should do it: You can change 7.3...

    Yes, this should do it:



    You can change 7.3 to whatever version you want.

    Anyway I strongly encourage you to keep all your software up-to-date.
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    Not it compiles with no problems.

    Not it compiles with no problems.
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    The optimal settings for opcache on PHP-FPM with...

    The optimal settings for opcache on PHP-FPM with shared hosting (many sites) is... disabled :) This is personal opinion due to personal experience of course.

    My reasons:

    1. I did not notice any...
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    "build php" always recompiles all PHP...

    "build php" always recompiles all PHP installations.

    If you do "build update_versions", it will skip the PHP that does not need an update. This will (however) update all other software that needs...
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    It is related to FreeBSD only.

    It is related to FreeBSD only.
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    Same problem here... I don't think that moving...

    Same problem here... I don't think that moving the binary is a good fix - the build script is doing a lot of things prior building Exim.
  17. I will quote smtalk from another thread: ...

    I will quote smtalk from another thread:



    So basically create a new .ini file with unique name (say 66-custom.ini for example) and add your changes there.
  18. FreeBSD here: gcc lf_quote.c gcc: error:...

    FreeBSD here:


    gcc lf_quote.c
    gcc: error: lf_quote.c: No such file or directory
    gcc: fatal error: no input files
    compilation terminated.
    *** [lookups/lf_quote.o] Error code 1

    make[1]:...
  19. It is highly unlikely to become remote code...

    It is highly unlikely to become remote code execution; however it may still crash the server which is not ok! Definitely waiting for a patch.
  20. Thread: MySQL Crash

    by wattie
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    It is not only the MariaDB/MySQL config which...

    It is not only the MariaDB/MySQL config which limits the number of opened files - it is also the OS potentially limiting them and its limit is stronger (the my.cnf can eventually further limit the OS...
  21. I am glad that I helped here :) Important...

    I am glad that I helped here :)

    Important notice: anytime you upgrade apache or something related from Custombuild, it will do ./build rewrite_confs and this will effectively overwrite anything...
  22. Thread: Bind 9.14.6

    by wattie
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    Bind 9.14.6

    This is a security and new features release for the Bind DNS server. The security one is a potential DoS attack:



    More information on it here: https://kb.isc.org/docs/cve-2019-6471

    Full...
  23. It should be in /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf I...

    It should be in /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf

    I never done it but I think you must add "Listen 6127" on the line after the default "Listen 80".

    You may also need to add the port to the vhosts (not...
  24. PHPMyAdmin is a PHP application which is a...

    PHPMyAdmin is a PHP application which is a scripting language - not a standalone software. Therefore it depends on Apache (and the PHP-FPM compiler). It will run on whatever port Apache runs.

    What...
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    OpenSSL 1.0.2t, 1.1.0l and 1.1.1d

    They fix CVE-2019-1547, CVE-2019-1549 and CVE-2019-1563 - three LOW severity security issues which are very unlikely to affect you at all. Still it is no bad if you update.
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