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    • Hugo Osvaldo Barrera's avatar
      Don't enable IPv4 *only* on nginx. · 725cfa55c05f
      Hugo Osvaldo Barrera authored
      The current configuration sample files only enable IPv4 by default, making the
      server inaccesible for many remote hosts (and an increasing amount every day).
      
      Enable IPv4 and IPv6 by default. Older servers with no external IPv6
      connectivity will not fail since they'll have a local-link IPv6 address to bind
      to anyway.
      725cfa55c05f
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    • Nilton Moura's avatar
      Changed sudo by su -c · afa12693fb38
      Nilton Moura authored
      The sudo command needs a tty to run. If you put this file on a CentOS 6, for example, it will not run in the host startup process. Instead, the 'su -c' runs the command apart if it has or not a tty.
      
      I tested this change in a fresh install of gitlab on a CentOS 6.5 with successful.
      afa12693fb38