am having problem of connection of closed by remote server whenever i delete a post on the backend of my website and refresh the main page to see if it has been effected it never comes up but keep giving me connection closed by remote server for only that page but all other pages will keep connecting what might be wrong.
Come on, guys. We just closed this discussion. I will echo pvsage's post from the last topic about Macs that was closed: Closing this because of the subject matter is potentially incendiary and has never been in line with our community guidelines./closed again
I'm seeing more and more of these kinds of entries in the exim_mainlog file:
2012-05-20 03:36:37 SMTP connection from (hxsf8pgx3x2uk) [18.104.22.168]:34124 closed by DROP in ACL
2012-05-20 03:36:43 SMTP connection from (bxkqlnohhfh) [22.214.171.124]:42054 closed by DROP in ACL
2012-05-20 03:37:23 SMTP connection from (windows-xp) [126.96.36.199]:42242 closed by DROP in ACL
2012-05-20 03:37:27 S
[Very sorry for off topic:]Guys, what makes some of you mark threads as "Closed"? A "Closed" thread is usually: 1. inconclusive, 2. off topic, 3. troll ridden, 4. anything you can imagine a thread should not be in a self-respecting community, and thus it gets closed by a person in charge in the community (assuming there's still someone sane enough to do so).
I have a peculiar problem. My server supports multiple ssh session simultaneously, so that multiple admins can manage it simultaneously.
We have a command which calls ztail to show the compressed log files and when the current ssh session is closed (without pressing ctrlc, to stop the tail command), the command should ideally stop working.
I have a peculiar problem. My server supports multiple ssh session simultaneously, so that multiple admins can manage( via Command line interface) it simultaneously. we have a command which calls ztail to show the compressed log files. Now when the current ssh session is closed( without pressing ctrl - c , to stop the tail command), this command should ideally stop working.