I need my node to show related nodes below it. Since I know that my Node Title will be very similar in the name but different Season or Number like example below. Node 1 - Final Destination DVD Node 2 - Final Destination DVD 2 Node 3 - Final Destination DVD 3 Node 4 - Lost Season 1 Node 5 - Lost Season 2 When I open Node 1, links to Node 2 and Node 3 should be there below the content. When I open Node 5, links to Node 4 should be there below the content. I can do that by set Views as below:
For some reason, under CentOS, Custombuild in DirectAdmin use "MySQL - Generic Linux (glibc 2.3) (x86, 64-bit) RPM file" instead of MySQL RPM files for Redhat. The different for these 2 packages are that, RPM for Redhat contain "ha_innodb_plugin.so" but not in Generic RPM package.
Compare files in Plugin folder on two different RPM.
My server run DirectAdmin with mod_fcgid installed. After I tuned MySQL. I, then, restarted both httpd and MySQL service. Both services started without any problem but I can't access my website at all. After I checked my Apache Error log, I found an error which said :
[emerg] (28)No space left on device: mod_fcgid: Can't create global fcgid-proctbl mutex
After search around how to fix this problem, I believe it's something about IPCS. Try run
# ipcs -a
When I tried to use PECL to install APC. I got error below :
# pecl install apc downloading APC-3.0.19.tgz ... Starting to download APC-3.0.19.tgz (115,735 bytes) .........................done: 115,735 bytes 47 source files, building WARNING: php_bin /usr/local/php5/bin/php appears to have a suffix 5/bin/php, but config variable php_suffix does not match running: phpize Configuring for: PHP Api Version: 20041225 Zend Module Api No: 20060613 Zend Extension Api No: 220060519
How to secure /tmp if we didn't partition /tmp when installed CentOS. Also, secure /dev/shm to protect rootkits. 1. Secure /tmp partition 1.1: Backup your fstab file
cp /etc/fstab /etc/fstab.bak 1.2: Creating tmpMnt partition file (~ 1Gb in size)
cd /var dd if=/dev/zero of=tmpMnt bs=1024 count=1048576 1.3: Format new partition
mkfs.ext3 -j /var/tmpMnt It will show
/var/tmpMnt is not a block special device. Proceed anyway? (y,n) Just press Y