When i ping both subdomains from external network, it shown same ip, that is my server public ip address.
When i access elearning.smpn1-bjb.sch.id it open right program, but when i access sisfokol.smpn1-bjb.sch.id it open my main website, it same with opening smpn1-bjb.sch.id
It seems sisfokol always redirect to main website, not leads to subdomain folder.
The various types are confusing to me. If I loaded community, and then zafrafa-licensed to get three free connectors, what version am I running? I don't remember hearing the phrases SBE or professional before.
Tim Burgess wrote: For Zarafa community, you can use mysqldump to backup your database (instructions are on the forum). The database is stored within system-mysql which listens on port 3308, database passwords can be found at /var/clearos/system_database/. Attachments by default are stored seperate from the database in /var/lib/zarafa/
I normally mirror my /home, /var/www, and /var/ftp areas as a backup. This of course included my .pst files for Outlook. Now that I am using Zarafa, this is no longer relevant. When can I backup my datastore for Zarafa items? Is there some equivalent to an .ost? Can it be moved to a common area...or would the new Storage Manager be relevant?
Any suggestions on other areas I really need to back up?
I only today started receiving a message that Zarafa was not compatible with my version of office. (2013, 32 bit.) I had not gotten this before, and upon dismissing the message, all appears to work OK. Can I do anything to resolve this?
I understand your use-case...its just that it's not a common one and the original design of the dynamic DNS service binds a domain to a device's hostkey...In other words, it would be a lot of work for very few people's benefit to break that 1:1 relationship and bind to something like hostkey:ethX.
I had not thought so, but as I used to use smart with test entries, perhaps I copied my old 5.2 config file and forgot? In any case, I have now replaced with the DEVICESCAN line as you noted and the error window is gone.
Does your version still perform automatic short and/or long tests on all drives?
Tim Burgess wrote: Hi Drew, thanks - the default config only contains the DEVICESCAN line - have you customised the entries by hand?
I ought to patch the app so that it handles custom drive monitoring entries, on the todo list!
Thanks for your post...I know it's the nature of forums to be asking for help, which necessitates there being a problem, but not enough people use these forums to post their positive experiences. Nice to see/hear...
The messages are located in the system MySQL database. If you're familiar with MySQL, use the access instructions.
I wrote the archiver, so you can blame me directly for the POS. We don't use it internally, so I've been reliant on feedback (mostly coming from partners and paid support or consulting) to know how it is doing in the real world.
I'm going to be rewriting parts of it when the conversion to a 6.x app is underway. I already have some thoughts on how to make it less dependent, or possibly completely independent of MySQL, which adds complexity and usually requires someone to keep an eye on things.
I've setup new hardware, installed COS 6.4 and swapped it all out from my 5.2 server in record time. Virtually zero problems - just one tiny dynamic IP screwup of my own making, which Ben pointed out in half a minute. Suffice it to say that I am thrilled. I have a new system with groupware capability, from bare metal, with all my data intact, in two days. And I'm not a professional.
Zarafa is quite nice. A few trivial problems there that the always amazing Tim Burgess helped me with. But basically, it just works. I expect that from simple POP3 mail, but not from groupware. Wow.
All of this runs quite well on one of the new Celeron 847/NM70 IPX motherboards with a 12 watt TDP. A tiny, green, quiet, powerful server.
On that note, does anyone need a couple of nice 2U rackmount servers from Supermicro, very cheap? Core2, dual ethernet. Contact me...
Found it. I had incorrectly entered a subdomain in the dyn IP app. Thanks Ben!
Drew Vonada-Smith wrote: Friends,
I have just deployed a new COS 6.4 system and swapped out my 5.2. I am having an odd problem in that computer outside my network are not seeing my web page and cannot connect to my mail server.
The problem seems to be my dynamic IP. When someone connects to www.mydomain.com they get nothing. But when they connect to x.x.x.x IP noted by my server, all works fine. It is therefore not the firewall, etc, right?
So to me it sounds like my dynamic IP is not getting to the world. However, COS hosts my domain and it does show the correct IP there. Also, if I look up the domain name using the DNSStuff tools, that also shows my correct IP and notes no problems.
Any ideas folks? I am baffled and everyone's mail is down!