Category Archives: Config

InnoDB fun

I’m running a few servers, some of them have MySQL on it. Obviously some tables use InnoDB as the storage engine, which by default is not configured really well. 

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Fun with Zend

There is a web server, Apache, which all of a sudden started to die in a funny way. It did not die completely, just did not serve pages… 

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Apache performance tuning

It happened that one hosted site had a sudden surge in visitor count and though the server was not brought to it’s knees completely page loading was very slow, basically the server was DOSed. It happened before that all of … Continue reading

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Apache weirdness

If you’ve ever seen this when starting Apache apache2: Could not reliably determine the server’s fully qualified domain name, using <IP address> for ServerName then check is you have an entry in your /etc/hosts file for this IP address and … Continue reading

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Postfix double vision

The task at hand was to set up a second instance of Postfix, the original will handle normal mail traffic for domains, both sending and receiving, while the other would only be used solely for sending and logs into a … Continue reading

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