Stop trying to make it happen…

A new chapter in the browser wars.
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Notes: Preparing for RHCSA & RHCE 1

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Exiting the vi editor

Yes, this page contains the way to exit the vi (or more modernly, vim) editor, just scroll to the end of this page. But please, before you just quit and forget the best text editor the GNU/Linux and UNIX platforms have to offer, please take a look at what you can do with it.
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HAProxy: routing HTTP requests by domain name

Recently, I have been looking into HAProxy as an alternative load balancer to NGINX. NGINX’ free version lacks features vital to a multi-container environment. The most important features we need are upstream health checks and sticky sessions.
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HAProxy inside Docker: getting the logs

The official HAProxy docker image does not really offer an out-of-the-box way to get to HAProxy’s logs other than sending it to a remote log server. Sending log messages to stdout/stderr so you can view the logs with docker logs does not appear to be possible with HAProxy.
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