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answered Fault-tolerant iSCSI root fs for Linux
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comment Fault-tolerant iSCSI root fs for Linux
Fair point, but I don't control the NAS, so the only thing I can do about that side is to complain to the guy who is responsible. I don't expect much to happen in response to that, so it still leaves me in need of a way to keep my servers working after a NAS reboot.
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revised confuse about User:Group what is the best for /var/www, and Crontab user?
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comment confuse about User:Group what is the best for /var/www, and Crontab user?
Oh, yes, directories need execute (x) permissions so that the webserver can access files in them. I'll edit my answer to make that more clear. But you figured out the correct settings anyhow.
Aug
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comment confuse about User:Group what is the best for /var/www, and Crontab user?
That's correct. If you ssh in as adam, then crontab -e will let you set up commands to be run automatically using adam's permissions.
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answered confuse about User:Group what is the best for /var/www, and Crontab user?
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comment What happens if I set default system runlevel to 0 or 6?
I think it would be clearer to say that "S" scripts run when the system enters that runlevel and "K" scripts run when it leaves that runlevel (by entering a different one). "Startup" and "shutdown" sound like you're talking about system startup/shutdown, which is not the case here.
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answered Perl script, do cd on terminal
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