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Hourly Rate: Not Sure   |  Duration: Not Sure  |  Posted: 9h, 5m ago  |  Ends: 14d, 14h  |   2 Proposals
One of the oldest and most successful bitcoin exchanges in the US and Canada is growing its technology and business teams. We are seeking a full-time systems administrator with strong UNIX and security expertise. This is a very exciting opportunity to work at the forefront of software technology, developing the next-generation of software and services. Bitcoin is going to revolutionize vast areas of technology and industry, providing new products and services to businesses and consumers. Bitcoin will have the same scale of impact across society as the internet and mobile phones. This is also an excellent opportunity to work with a team of seasoned, successful entrepreneurs and highly skilled engineers. You will have the opportunity to perform mission-critical tasks that require comprehensive UNIX administration knowledge and expertise, while ensuring security across all aspects of company operations. You will be responsible for overseeing production and non-production server environme...
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| C****ing *
|    United States
Fixed Price: Not Sure   |  Posted: May 26, 2015  |  Ends: 5d, 14h  |   8 Proposals
Here is the issue: We have a symfony2 project that we already have working on our local environment and on our production environment, but we can not get the same exact project to work on our new demo server. We got it to work 3 times, and did not change the server configuration [which is identical to our production configuration], but everytime after we get it to work, we try to push the project code again, and we fail to get it to work. The project code does not contain the composer.lock file and does not contain the vendor directory with its content. We get them, by installing the composer.phar After we install them, we try to clear the cache using the following commands: sudo rm -r app/cache/* php app/console cache:clear --env=prod --no-debug But we end up with the following error when we try to connect to the application: Fatal error: Class 'Symfony\Component\HttpKernel\EventListener\SessionListener' not found in /var/  [obscured]  /
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| r****fke
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