Sharing nginx cache between two servers configuration

I’m trying to use one Nginx cache instance in two servers configs. on same server. Is it safe and supported by Nginx? Config is working. But I’m not sure about the consistency In documentation nothing is written proxy_cache_path /home/mycache levels=1:2 keys_zone=mycache:90m max_size=200G inactive=15d; server { server_name server1; … location / { proxy_temp_path /home/temp; proxy_cache mycache;…

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How can I provide the authorized_keys path in sshd that allows normal users, system users, and a root user?

Is it possible to set the AuthorizedKeysFile setting explicitly such that it covers all cases: standard user under /home/%u/.ssh/authorized_keys system user under /var/lib/%u/.ssh/authorized_keys root user under /root/.ssh/authorized_keys I prefer explicit settings, so I added the following to my /etc/ssh/sshd_configfile: AuthorizedKeysFile /home/%u/.ssh/authorized_keys Recently, I installed Gitea and wanted to setup SSH keys for git clone ssh://…

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New user – Create a folder

dear Rob You wrote: “You can use the user_register action to hook into the register proces and then create the user directory with wp_mkdir_p. function create_user_dir($user_id) { $user_info = get_userdata( $user_id ); $upload_dir = wp_upload_dir(); $user_dir = $upload_dir[‘basedir’] . ‘/user_dirs/’ . $user_info->user_login; wp_mkdir_p($user_dir); } add_action( ‘user_register’, ‘create_user_dir’); “ Since I am an absolute beginner with…

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