If you are running a cronjob to download a file from some URL. It will download it the respective user’s home directory. If you are setting the cron for some 5 mins or something then your home directory will be full with these file downloads.
Once you add prefix, downloads will redirect to new directory.
Actually I was having the same requirement, I have googled a lot and finally came up with the above solution, also I have tested the same. Hope it may help somebody.
The btmp logs will keep track of failed login attempt on the server. You can check these logs with the command “tail /var/log/btmp” you can see from which IP what action has taken. If these logs taking much disk space on the server then there is no harm in deleting them. And you can empty the logs with the command
sent mail to firstname.lastname@example.org (263ms)Completed 500 Internal Server Error in 566ms
OpenSSL::SSL::SSLError (hostname does not match the server certificate): app/models/profissional_observer.rb:12:in `after_update’ app/controllers/profissionais_controller.rb:36:in `update’ Solution
We have added the entry penssl_verify_mode => ‘none’ in action mailer settings. In the file config/environments/production.rb
In production mode, Rails will not be responsible for serving static assets. Therefore, you are getting this error. Thin won’t do it either, since it’s just a wrapper around Rails. This is controlled by this setting in config/environment/production.rb in your application:
config.serve_static_assets = true
You can either set to that true or use a real server like Apache or Nginx which will serve the static assets. I suspect Pow may also do it.