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Finally extended the Root partition on my FreePBX, which has been giving me hourly emails for being at 78% capacity for like the past year... Nice to have my email back in check lol
You could not do any cleanup? The email threshold is 75% I believe.
I've been doing cleanup for a while and that would usually buy me a week or two without the onslaught of emails. The last updates I did pushed me up to 78% though. Not sure why I only gave it 15GB to start with, so another facepalm there.
Unless a system has some stupid large requirements, I go with 64GB minimum for the OS drive / root partition.
64 GB is my preferred minimum too.
Just wondering if any of you with more experience with Roaming Profiles can explain this behaviour.
There's an old Roaming Profiles set-up that's been dragged along through the years and we're wanting to senset it.
One thing we're seeing is that for users who's roaming Profiles write-back haven't been working, (maybe permission error on some files) if we do something that might trigger it to star working again (like add folder exclusion), their local profile gets nuked.
It seems like this is only an issue with roaming Profiles that haven't been working, if they've been working, any changes we've made hadn't had the affect off killing the local profile and starting fresh.
I've check for any GPO settings that might be asking for the local profile to be deleted, but I haven't found anything. From what I understand, the profiles should only be merging.
Has anyone else seen behaviour like this before where a roaming profile goes from not working to working and it kills the local copy?
It's been a long, long time since I touched anything with roaming profiles. Just about everyone uses redirected folders now if they need that sort of functionality, and this is one of the reasons. Roaming profiles just proved very buggy historically.
man, I dislike redirecting things like the desktop... it's no longer a local folder and makes using it as a scratch pad super slow...
Ever since I embraced using OneDrive and Nextcloud, I would use junctions points. Folders like Desktop, Documents and so on would be stored in the OneDrive or Nextcloud folder and then I would use junction points. The user shell folders paths will still stay the same.
And I think you need to be root to create conf files under apache as well:
"Create the nextcloud apache config file" section
No, because it is created in the local folder and then moved and permissions fixed.
Because you cannot
sudo cat >> /restricted/folder/fuck.conf << EOF
tee works well.
sudo tee -a config.php <<EOF 'memcache.locking' => '\\OC\\Memcache\\Redis', 'memcache.local' => '\\OC\\Memcache\\Redis', 'redis' => array ( 'host' => 'localhost', 'port' => 6379, ), ); EOF