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This question is probably a server administration question than a development one. Would ServerFault be more appropriate (as I have suggested to the OP), given the current lack of any kind of cloud.stackexchange.com?

If there is a more appropriate location than stackoverflow.com, Cloud Foundry should get a heads-up, as they currently push all questions to either Twitter or the main SO site. Maybe them adding a second link to a cloudfoundry tag on ServerFault (or wherever is more appropriate) would be advisable.

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I would post such a question on Server Fault as you already suggest. From their FAQ:

What kind of questions can I ask here?

Server Fault is for Information Technology Professionals needing expert answers related to managing computer systems in a professional capacity.

If your question is about…

  • Server and Business Workstation operating systems, hardware, software and virtualization
  • Enterprise storage, backup, and disaster recovery
  • Network routing, switches, and firewalls
  • Operations, maintenance, and monitoring
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