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Why stop Apache?
You could use the Apache or webroot plugins to do the renewals without stopping Apache. Is there anything that prevents you from doing that?
Comment by Marius Gedminas
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@Jonathan Because programs other than browsers use dns. Or maybe because you do local dns lookups while using a socks proxy for the https requests.
Comment by Anonymous
onliy if dump is custom dump

For these type of operations the dump file should be in the postgresql custom format created with pg_dump:

pg_dump -Fc

Then you can restore a single table with pg_restore:

pg_restore --table=dancing_core_spice dump_full.sql > dancing_core_spice.sql
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Comment by Johnf663
Re: comment 1

Why isn't the complete sha256 hash trasferred in the initial list?

The complete list is usually downloaded only once (or may also be shipped with the browser) and updates can be applied as differential updates thus reducing size.

This is what we do for small lists (all of the Tracking Protection lists, as well as the certificate whitelist on Windows: goog-downloadwhite-digest256).

As for the other lists (the ones that end in -shavar instead of -digest256), it's not practical the ship the whole list to each user because they are enormous and change a lot.

Comment by francois
comment 1

When requesting complete hashes for a 32-bit prefix, Firefox throws in a number of extra "noise" entries to obfuscate the original URL further.

We're now in 2016. Why isn't the complete sha256 hash trasferred in the initial list?

The complete list is usually downloaded only once (or may also be shipped with the browser) and updates can be applied as differential updates thus reducing size.

This eliminates the 2nd step where the complete hash of the url is sent to the safe browsing provider.

Comment by Anonymous
Thanks for the great guide
One addendum though. In my case at least grub threw an error regarding null devices or something (I don't recall exactly what it was). If that happens you need to blockdev --flushbufs [device] for your involved devices. After that everything worked perfectly.
Comment by Rincewind
traduction en fr

Bonjour,

Je suis très interressé par cet article mais ne comprend pas bien l'anglais. existe t'il une traduction fr quelque part.

Merci.

Comment by Anonymous