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Can someone Please from DigitalOcean please Reply to my Ticket?
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Maybe we can help if is not such a sensitive question… You may never know.. ;)
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i destroyed my droplet. but i didn't have backups and snapshots
can i recover droplet?
I have successfully installed my app on Kubernetes cluster. But I observed my app was seeing the local IP instead of actual client IP. So I enabled proxy protocol in load balancer and installed nginx-ingress as follows:
# Installing the Kubernetes Nginx Ingress Controller
helm install stable/nginx-ingress --name nginx-ingress --set controller.publishService.enabled=true,controller.config.use-forwarded-headers='"true"',controller.config.use-proxy-protocol='"true"'
But now I get the following error on accessing my API:
curl: (35) error:1400410B:SSL routines:CONNECT_CR_SRVR_HELLO:wrong version number
For several weeks now, it's been NON-STOP spam from DO's mail servers, do they do anything at this point to secure their MX network?
I've filled out abuse reports, emailed, forwarded, send it to NOC, ABUSE, LEGAL and Jarland with zero help and only one (1) response.
Looks like it's time to get the .GOV involved as I'm tired of it.
I've had 3 more SPAM emails come through as I'm typing this... No joke.
I need to do math. Math is hard.
I would use 100% CPU for foreseeable future. Is this allowed?
I have old account and all is prepaid.
I would use a new 3 CPU 15$ droplet.