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comment Case-insensitive file system for production server?
@larsks Even though I followed the article and tried out some variations, it sadly did not work for us. Thank you though. We ended up deciding to rewrite all the stuff which does not in case sensitive file system as other alternatives seem to take too much time.
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comment How to remove gnome-games package without removing other packages?
Thank you both for the hints. Now I solved the matter in the way, that I did some copy-pasta. I simply copied the long list of packages aptitude wanted to remove and marked those as manually installed. Then I purged the gnome-games package and only the gnome metapackage has been removed. Though I do not think that this is the most elegant way to do it.
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comment Case-insensitive file system for production server?
Just an update: apache modules are sadly not doing the job as the only get invoked in case of HTTP requests, PHP's include function for example accesses the files directly. I'll try out the samba approach mentioned below now.
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comment Case-insensitive file system for production server?
@larsks Thank you, I will take a deeper look into it and will try out how it works.
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comment Case-insensitive file system for production server?
@larsks Even though I encourage OS X for business, I do not think anymore that it has future as a webserver for large scale. Also our company is encouraging the use of open source software and strives to remain as platform independent as possible.
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comment Case-insensitive file system for production server?
@sr_ That could do the job. But as we are running an large online shop system which causes enough traffic already as it is, it would at least double it (does not matter if network internal or external). As far as I understand.
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