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We are HostWithLove, an established hosting company that has been operating since 2012. We own and operate our own servers and our staff are all trained in-house. We are proud of the quality of the delivered service, no matter if hardware or heartware. If you're looking for a reliable and caring hosting provider that's there for you, look no further.

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  • cPanel Control Panel
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  • JetBackup (Remote Backups – 30 Recovery Points)
  • kernel Care
  • LetsEncrypt cPanel Plugin
  • LiteSpeed ​​Web server (LSCache enabled)
  • MariaDB database
  • Several PHP versions (5.2, 5.3, 5.4, 5.5, 5.6, 7.0, 7.1, 7.2, 7.3)
  • Softaculous Premium Script Installer
  • SpamExperts Outbound Filtering

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[MEMORIAL DAY] UMaxHosting – 12GB RAM VPS Flash Sale @ $ 69 / year in Los Angeles!

UMaxHosting recently filed a Remembrance Sale for us to share with the community. They offer a powerful VPS with 12GB of RAM and 150GB of storage for only $ 69 a year. We have been informed that only limited quantities are available and prices are guaranteed for the entire lifetime of the service – that is, you can renew at the same discounted price in the future!

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Network information

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Test IPv4: 107.175.180.6

Hardware Information

OpenVZ node:
– Intel Xeon E3
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Please let us know if you have any questions / comments and have fun!

Can not connect to port 465 from external servers

Hello everybody,

I've tried to set up a small VPS mail server for my office applications and allow my websites to connect to SMTP to send emails using only the email server

The e-mail server is Cpanel, Centos 7, AutoSSL – SMTP Restriction = Off
Main server is Cpanel, Centos 7, AutoSSL – SMTP Restriction = Off

My main server is a dedicated server that hosts the website (WordPress) and a plugin uses WP-Mail-SMTP to send its emails

The problem is that the website can not connect to port 465 on vpsserver.xxx

I disabled the SMTP restriction in the CSF firewall and the cpanel

I can connect to port 465 with the Outlook client program and easily send and receive emails

Has anyone done something similar or can help me?

cheers

Keith

versions:WordPress: 5.2.1
WordPress MS: No
PHP: 7.2.18
WP Mail SMTP: 1.4.2

params:
Mailer: smtp
Constants: no
ErrorInfo: SMTP connection () failed. https://github.com/PHPMailer/PHPMail…roubleshooter
Host: ukxxx.xxxxxxxx.co.uk
Port: 465
SMTPSecure: ssl
SMTPAutoTLS: bool (false)
SMTPAuth: bool (true)

Server:
OpenSSL: OpenSSL 1.0.2r February 26, 2019
Apache.mod_security: No.
SMTP Debug:

2019-05-26 11:29:11 Connection: Open to ssl: //ukxxx.xxxxxxx.co.uk: 465, Timeout = 300, Options = Array (
)
2019-05-26 11:29:12 Connection: Could not connect to the server. Error number 2. "Error message: stream_socket_client (): Unable to connect to ssl: //ukxxx.xxxxxxx.co.uk: 465 (connection refused)
2019-05-26 11:29:12 SMTP ERROR: Could not connect to the server: Connection refused (111)

2019-05-26 11:29:12 SMTP connection () failed. https://github.com/PHPMailer/PHPMail…roubleshooter

User Accounts – There are no constructors defined for the Microsoft.SharePoint.SPUserCollection type

I have to bring user inside SPFieldUserValueCollection and put them in SPUserCollectionbut I have the following build error:

No constructors are defined for the Microsoft.SharePoint.SPUserCollection type

    SPFieldUserValueCollection employee = item["employees"] as SPFieldUserValueCollection;
SPUserCollection users = new SPUserCollection ();

if (values! = null)
{
foreach (SPFieldUserValue userValue in employee)
{
users.Add (userValue.User.LoginName, userValue.User.Email, userValue.User.Name, userValue.User.Notes);
}

Return user;
}

How can I initialize SPUserCollection?

Availability Groups – Prevent live servers from detecting forced failover

We are using an AlwaysOn Availability Group in SQL 2017 on Windows Server 2016, which consists of two servers at our primary site and one DR server at a remote location.

We recently ran an in-house IT-DR test as a proof-of-concept, with the rest of the company continuing to use the primary site. We isolated our remote DR network to simulate a catastrophic failure of our main site and tested the DR site to make sure we could call it and use it successfully. The test went very well up to that point, but we had a big problem as we normalized things.

Since the main site was still in use during the test, my main concern was to ensure that the live database was not corrupted by the DR database that was used during the test. So I deleted the DR database before we opened the VPN and I expected the main site to start auto-seeding back to the DR site. However, since I had to force a failover on the DR site, the primary site found that the DR server was started with the force quorum switch (/ fq), and basically drove the server down two live servers. I could not force failover to the live servers and had to recreate the cluster.

Question: How do I prevent the live servers from detecting a forced failover at the DR site?

I thought about shutting down the DR server before I opened the network connection, but I'm still not sure what would happen when it comes online. In any case, the remote database would have to be re-recorded by Live.

TCP / IP, HTTP, UDP connection and peer detection in Bitcoin Core, CGMINER and BFGMINER source code

What files, libraries, classes, blocks of code are used for TCP / IP connections, peer discovery, HTTP connections, UDP connections in Bitcoin Core (0.1.5 and newer versions, including the last 0.18.0) and other c / c + + – based wallets used? cgminer (first 0.1 and newest versions 4.11.1), bfgminer (first 0.1 and newest versions 5.5.0)? How is network programming done in Bitcoin software? How programmed server, client, peers? And on which programming and software standards, specifications (RFC, ISO, etc.) is this network communication and programming based? Be more precise and concrete, better with source code examples.

2 selection keys 1 preferred, but with different input types

I have 2 registration forms on the same page: login with username and password, login with email address and password.

I have separated forms with tabs, but one of the login forms is always selected as the default behavior of a tab.

The username and password is the default selected form.

However, people type in their email address in the form asking for username and password, and I have many attempts to log in locally.

I thought I might have an accordion menu that is reduced by default or with navigation pills. Another option would be to have two buttons and click to open the registration form for each of them.

Any suggestions?