Category Archives: Linux

#Twitter Card: ERROR: Fetching the page failed because other errors

By | February 16, 2021

After some updates suddenly all the post I shared from Jetpack for WordPress had no valid Twitter card. After some mail exchanges with Jetpack support they assured me that all is good from their part. As instructed by them I was able to see that indeed Jetpack was correctly generating the Twitter Card. Still checking… Read More »

Disable core dumps in #Linux

By | December 11, 2019

Systemd doesn’t completely control whether core dumps are made or not. It mainly determine where such dumps go, and whether they should take up space or not. It may prevent some user space core dumps, but not all. With “Storage=none”, they can still occur and are registered by journald, but they don’t take up disk… Read More »

Disable core dump generation on #Linux

By | April 22, 2018

Generation of core dumps that result in freezing the Linux system is another common issue in the new Linux kernels discussed on many forum threads. Same as the bug of kswapd0 discussed here Kswapd0 going haywire this can become very annoying. It seems that lately someone tries to add developer features turned on by default… Read More »