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May
21
comment How to check if Nginx + Ruby on Rails web application is down?
Well you have a few problems... starting with 14.14 is a nonexistent version (make sure you have the right Ubuntu version stated). Secondly, there's not really any true way to 'test' the application short of a built in status API that runs with Ruby and maybe a curl check to see the response from that status API. But the app would need developed that way. Status checking is three fold: Is OS Online, Is NGINX Running, and Is Ruby on Rails app running. There's no solution I'm aware of to do all three simultaneously
May
21
suggested rejected edit on How to check if Nginx + Ruby on Rails web application is down?
May
4
revised Getting error with sleep and argument in sh script
Not an Ubuntu specific issue.
May
4
suggested approved edit on Getting error with sleep and argument in sh script
Mar
20
revised How to poweroff headless machine using a script
This is not Ubuntu specific and does not need the Ubuntu tag.
Mar
20
suggested approved edit on How to poweroff headless machine using a script
Mar
10
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Mar
10
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Mar
10
revised Can I limit the size of the linux file cache?
This isn't necessarily an Ubuntu-specific question and therefore does not need the Ubuntu tag. (They only use Ubuntu, it's not Ubuntu specific, as far as I can tell)
Mar
10
suggested approved edit on Can I limit the size of the linux file cache?
Jan
28
comment Easy command line method to determine specific ARM architecture string?
Right but this will determine the architecture needed for the script's packages. I will test this today, thanks.
Jan
24
revised Easy command line method to determine specific ARM architecture string?
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Jan
23
comment Easy command line method to determine specific ARM architecture string?
@Costas On ARM setups, uname -m spits out the specific arm board - armv7l for example. It doesn't explicitly say whether it's armel, armhf, or arm64 - which is what I need $(arch) to end up as in order to weed out incompatible OS architectures with.
Jan
23
revised Easy command line method to determine specific ARM architecture string?
edited title
Jan
23
comment Easy command line method to determine specific ARM architecture string?
@Costas Yes, that's effectively what i'm after, but getting the arch is the tricky part. Since solutions might be distribution and OS-model specific, Debian and Ubuntu are similar and are my target, so solutions that would get the arch out and then usable would be great. (This isn't a pure-programming question either, I just need the command to grab the specific arch - i already have i386, i686, and x86_64 cases based on uname -m, but nothing for arm??... or at least, nothing that identifies armhf, armel, or arm64).
Jan
23
asked Easy command line method to determine specific ARM architecture string?
Jan
20
revised Sending mail from multiple e-mail accounts(for different domains) using ssmtp
Tags removed - this isn't an Ubuntu specific issue, and it isn't an NGINX issue either.
Jan
20
suggested approved edit on Sending mail from multiple e-mail accounts(for different domains) using ssmtp
Dec
28
revised how to set up my mail
Not sure this is a Ubuntu specific question - therefore the tag is not necessary. Also, code formatting, minor formatting changes. Also removed an unnecessary "Thanks!"
Dec
28
suggested rejected edit on Share environment variables between bash and fish