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Quick to disable and enable all SQL jobs on your server
Adding app_offline.htm to the root of your .net application automatically shuts it down. Very nice for putting up a quick maintenance page.
“Note: by default, it only displays up to 300 items. This limit can be overridden by adding a ‘maxViewItems’ key and value to your browser’s localStorage.”
To fix the issues above and assuming your still at the KUDU interface.
sudo apt-key adv –keyserver hkp://keyserver.ubuntu.com:80 –recv-keys 3FA7E0328081BFF6A14DA29AA6A19B38D3D831EF
sudo apt install apt-transport-https ca-certificates
echo “deb https://download.mono-project.com/repo/ubuntu stable-xenial main” | sudo tee /etc/apt/sources.list.d/mono-official-stable.list
sudo apt update
sudo apt install mono-devel
apt install ./duplicati_184.108.40.206-1_all.deb
duplicati-server –webservice-interface=any –webservice-port=8200 –webservice-allowed-hostnames=*
Modify the following file, /etc/default/duplicati, to allow access for any IP
DAEMON_OPTS=”–webservice-interface=any –webservice-port=8200 –webservice-allowed-hostnames=*”
Add the following as /etc/systemd/system/duplicati.service
To enable duplicati
systemctl enable duplicati
Check if the service is now running
systemctl status duplicati.service
If its not, try the following then check the status again
systemctl start duplicati.service
I searched a while for this… I didn’t know global variables were retrieved differently than environmental.
For global variables use: pm.environment.get(“variableName”)
For environment variables use: pm.environment.get(“variableName”)
WordPress was installed on a windows machine and recently started getting this error. Seems that the web.config was modified.
To fix the error above I updated the web.config to look like this and it fixed the problem.
This is more docker related but should be similar to just a plain jane install. You can add your static entries to the /etc/hosts file or you can add it the the dnsmasq.d configuration file.
Create a file under /etc/dnsmasq.d, something like myhosts.conf and add the following. Keep adding entries until your done.
Find your pi-hole dns configuration under /etc/dnsmasq.d. Open the file and add the following line to end of your the configuration file.
conf-file= /etc/dnsmasq.d/ myhosts .conf
Go back to the pi-hole GUI and restart the DNS under settings/system “restart DNS resolver”.
I got this error when trying to enter a product key via the GUI, “This Edition Cannot Be Upgraded”. Not sure why. However, I was able to run the following command via command prompt to activate my product key. It does take about 5 minutes to complete the process then your asked to reboot.
Opening developer tools by default in your electron app.
Was getting this error continuly on a setup we had. Somehow the certificate thumbprint was not the same as the XConnect web application thumbprint.
The fix was to verify that the certificate thumbprint matched what the XConnect application was expecting.
To fix the problem
My Setup: Sitecore 9+, Windows 10 Pro
Was getting the error above during our SSO process. The solution for me was changing the SSL settings in IIS for the xconnect website from Ignore to Accept.
This is short summary of Spaceinvader One’s video and a little more up to date. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ntjQphOSPPI
I’m using UNRAID 6.7.0, CA User Scripts 2019.06.16
You can find the location of a share among your disks by using the following command.
I wanted to record how much bandwidth is being used during the month. I found these instructions to install vnstat, a traffic monitor.
More info can be found here:
If you get this error:
$ wget http://last.public.ovh.hdaas.snap.mirrors.ovh.net/ubuntu/pool/main/l/linux-modules-armada375/linux-modules-armada375_4.5.2-4_armhf.deb
$ dpkg -i linux-modules-armada375_4.5.2-4_armhf.deb
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