James Lawrie

United Kingdom

twitter.com/stwange

Age: 26

It's not the server's fault, it's yours.

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revised Where/how does innodb store tables in files?
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comment file_get_contents is suddenly extremely slow
I don't suppose your hosting provider has just enabled IPv6 have they? If you go to the IP(v4) address of mydomain.com does the site load? If so, try replacing the mydomain.com with its IP address and, if it works, the problem is DNS related (possibly IPv6)
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comment Truncated label titles in xib (new project). Any idea what I'm doing wrong?
Thanks, edited.
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revised Truncated label titles in xib (new project). Any idea what I'm doing wrong?
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asked Truncated label titles in xib (new project). Any idea what I'm doing wrong?
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comment Weird PHP upload behaviour
Try uploading smaller files, as small as possible. eg. will 1kb upload? If it will, determine the size that breaks it by uploading something half way between that and your current failing files, then split the difference in half again.
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answered Mac OS X Lion can't SSH to AWS?
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comment how to forward IP request to a specific port
if ts.domain2.tld points to the same IP address as ts.domain1.tld, it won't work.
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comment how to forward IP request to a specific port
Don't use hostnames, use IP addresses. If you have three domains on that server but only one IP, as far as IPTables is concerned you only have one "domain". If you can't redirect :25565 for that IP you can't use this method. I'm not sure what -d ts.domain.tld is supposed to be - try just copying my rules as they are and replacing ports and IP addresses only.
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comment how to forward IP request to a specific port
You won't because iptables --list doesn't show the nat table by default. Try iptables -t nat --list
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