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I found the answer :) On my code: fastcgi_cache_path /dev/shm levels=1:2 use_temp_path=off keys_zone=mcache:16m inactive=600s max_size=512m; Specifically this part: use_temp_path=off It works after I delete that part and leave at default. This is because, when you turn it off, it will create a temp folder on the cache directory which should not be ...


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Here's how to disable the ability to make searches from the address bar (omnibox) of Google Chrome: Open Google Chrome. Type chrome://flags in the address bar and press Enter. Scroll to Enable search button in Omnibox. Select Disabled.


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Probably. A simple google search turned up this. It looks like there is full support for Zip archives.


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There are more options: you can do as you suggested by using python3 main.py & and then closing the ssh pipe (using without & will make the script exit when you close the ssh connection) you can set a cron job for the script once I did a simple bash script that will listen for new information on a remote git server and run the updated script every ...


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So relative paths do seem to work with symlink inside the chroot. Here is the code that I used cd /srv/http/etc/nginx/servers-enabled ln -s ../servers-available/example example


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You could instead run your malware scan on a local machine or VM with SSHFS access to the remote filesystem - SSHFS is a FUSE filesystem that turns SCP into a local folder so your malware scan doesn't need to transfer the files before and after.


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Hello, I've answered to your message on the eXo Community Forum. We have reproduced and fixed this error in the latest eXo Platform Community Docker image. It's an entropy problem. Under Linux, entropy generator (used by UUID generator) make use of /dev/random by default. If this device is blocked, it can slow down and lock the ...


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Assuming you have a simple httpd configuration, a neat way to implement what you are looking for would be: Create a file named /etc/httpd/conf.d/gitlab.conf with the contents: ProxyPass "/gitlab" "http://123.456.789:8888" ProxyPassReverse "/gitlab" "http://123.456.789:8888" Create another file named /etc/httpd/conf.d/kanban.conf with the contents: ...


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I just tried to reach my external IP from a friends house and it worked. But when I try to reach it locally at my house the connection times out. Then your problem lies in your router not allowing hairpinning. The best explanation I have seen of this is on the Mikrotik's wiki, which also contains an explanation of how to get around this problem, if you ...


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Apache is indeed multithreaded, as it spawns a new process for each new connection. As for the child processes lifetime, it's killed when the connection is aborted, either by a disconnect or timeout.


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If its a Linux Apache server you can also try Apachetail which runs on a Windows desktop and parses/analyses the logs in real-time.



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