Suppose I'm on machine DESKTOP and I want to copy files from server APPLE to server BANANA. DESKTOP has access to both, but firewalls and/or missing ssh keys prevent direct access between APPLE and BANANA.
shell scp utility
So, hardware trouble caused a VPS to go down. This VPS was running a MySQL server in a slave setup. Not surprisingly, the unclean shutdown broke succesful slaving.
shell error slave mysql
The current django-mongodb-engine doesn't seem to ship with a working manage dbshell command yet. Right now it returns this:
python patch mongodb shell django
So. SSL certificates are still black magic to me. Especially when they cause trouble.
conf shell openssl certificate apache2
You may not always have gdb(1) at hand. Here are a couple of other options at your disposal.
registers backtrace c shell