imagewebp(): Palette Image Not Supported by Webp Tail your NGINX website error log tail -n 100 -f /var/log/nginx/yournginxsite.error.log | grep error Error log Running wordpress using the themify-ultra theme if you see the following NGINX PHP webp error in your sites error log, continue reading for the fix: # Truncated error PHP message: PHP Warning: imagewebp(): Palette image not supported by webp in /themify-ultra/themify/img.php on line 656 while reading response header from upstream, client: x.x.x.x, server: domain.com, request: “POST /wp-admin/async-upload.php HTTP/2.0”, upstream: “fastcgi://unix:/run/php/php7.4-fpm-4kib.sock:”, host: “domain.com”, referrer: “https://domain.com/wp-admin/post.php?post=5359&action=edit” # Full error 2023/01/23 11:24:54 [error] 21839#21839: *16185 FastCGI sent in stderr: “PHP
The Talk add-on allows returning information when the user invokes a command preceded with a forward-slash.
I have created 3 custom commands that help NextCloud admins know certain server information that would otherwise have to come from other tools ie: monitoring/graphing software:
1. Disk space used, available, and percent used via df utility
2. Latency related info via common ping utility (install if not exists for you, normally net-utils pkg or similar)
3. Listing server-side mounts via standard mount command
BTRFS filesystem owners beware: Linux Kernels <5.14 creates BTRFS filesystems with single-copy metadata only. This is apparently known in BTRFS circles as a huge whoopsie. If you are in the group of users who created your btrfs filesystem using a kernel earlier than 5.14, then you should dup (duplicate) your metadata as soon as possible. You can also enable this feature on existing filesystems without risk to data loss with the instructions below.
This guide will show you how to enable/disable ICMP ping responses referred to as Echo Request in Windows Server 2022 (should work with any recent version–2008 R2, 2012 R2, 2016, 2019, 2022). Enabling ping will help you to monitor and troubleshoot network issues on your network. Prior to making any changes it would be a good idea to make sure you’re not violating any department policies, although I have never gotten my hand slapped by enabling ICMP echo requests, however it has been for…get this…having client drive redirection enabled on my remote desktop session to a non-critical Windows box. Jesus H. Christ, sorry but that still irks me.
Since the Server Core variant of Windows doesn’t have a GUI, here is the command you can run in order to allow responses to ICMP echo requests:
If the source file signals a layout of 5.1(side) instead of 5.1, the AAC encoder will throw the error because the AAC spec only supports 5.1 (rear channels instead of side). The general cause of the problem is while transcoding to the AAC codec (Advanced Audio Coding) from various other high quality codecs such as AC3 (Dolby Digital/DD), E-AC-3 (Dolby Digital Plus/DDP/DD+), DTS, TrueHD (24-bit hd audio), it does not auto-select the standard 5.1 channel layout (called 5.1) if the original source has a channel layout of 5.1(side). While the AAC encoder may be able to automatically determine the amount of audio channels, FFmpeg has a hard time determining correct channel layout.