Troubleshooting

Now, mod_fastcgi is configured and running. FastCGI supports connection via UNIX sockets or TCP/IP networking. This is useful to spread load among various backends. For example, php will be severed from 192.168.1.10 and python / ruby on rails will be severed from 192.168.1.11. This is only possible with mod_fastcgi.

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This is 3rd and the final installment for Apache Chroot Jail for CentOS / RHEL series. Once Apache is configured with mod_chroot, you may need to test and debug problems. This article will provide a few troubleshooting tips.

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Every IT shop has a mix of Windows and Linux system. Sometime you need to authenticate your Linux desktop system against Microsoft Active Directory service. You can save time, effort and IT infrastructure by sharing authentication server. This article explains how to setup the Linux desktop computers with Active Directory using Samba and winbind.

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The convenience and reliability that monitoring programs offer system administrators is astounding. Whether at home, commuting, or on vacation, admins can continuously monitor their networks, learning of issues long before they become catastrophes.

Nagios, the most popular open source solution for system and network monitoring, is extremely robust, but it’s also intensely complex.

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Lighttpd supports both IPv6 and IPv4 protocol out of box. You need to compile lighttpd with IPv6 support. This small how to explains how to enable both IPv6 and IPv4 support under GNU/Linux / UNIX and FreeBSD operating systems.

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It appears that latest php version 5.1.6-20.el5_2.1 under RHEL / CentOS Linux v5.2 has made some major changes. As a result choort jail setup using previous instructions no longer works. PHP is crashing with segmentation fault errors. So I had to trace php errors using strace command.

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I was trying to install Redhat ( RHEL 5) / CentOS 5 server on a Fujitsu Siemens ESPRIMO E5720 and got problem with the installer.

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