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Please, look ad some basic tutorial of these forum, and try to look for important information about your OS and applications e.g.: uname -a can give us some basic information of a type of your used Linux Distribution and kernel version. In case of HW problems the lspci -nnk can give us some usefull information about some parts of your hardware lsusb ...


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I would handle that differently... You have that huge barely used 3TB disk, and the directory that holds your server data (/var/www? ) is likely a good deal of the 18G used on sda2. You should be able to move your server data directory to your sda3 filesystem and replace it in /var by a soft link or a bind mount to that new directory.


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As of OpenBSD 6.6, relayd now supports SNI. Check the man page for the "tls keypair" option. You can specify this option multiple times to cover as many domains as you want: http protocol "reverse_proxy_tls" { block pass request header "Host" value "www1.example.com" forward to <httpd_www1> pass request header "Host" value "www2.example.com" ...


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The possible solution contains 2 steps: Setup sudo access without a password Use sudo to login as the desired user Step 1 is described widely. E.g., https://askubuntu.com/questions/147241/execute-sudo-without-password Let's assume your user name is "mark" and the target user name is "john": Execute: sudo visudo and add to the end of the file: mark ...


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I found a solution that work for me SSL ON CENTOS 8 open nano /etc/httpd/conf.d/ssl.conf Add your ssl in the ssl.conf file DONE SSLCertificateFile /etc/letsencrypt/live/radiolatina.ru/fullchain.pem SSLCertificateKeyFile /etc/letsencrypt/live/radiolatina.ru/privkey.pem


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