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Home server design using commodity hardwares

I am trying to build a desktop/home-server using commodity hardwares as I am on tight budget. Please guide me with your experience and knowledge. What I am looking is a desktop/home-server which ...
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ldapsearch - Get all members of a CN (nisNetgroupTriple)

I'm a bit new to using LDAP, especially non AD LDAP. We use RedHat Directory Server and was trying to do an LDAP query (filter specifically) that would retrieve all the users (and their attributes) ...
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Hostname not changing (Ubuntu 14.04)

When I set up a VPS, I set the name to "main" so both my /etc/hosts and /etc/hostnames files had one entry (that being "main"). So I set up root ssh access and type "hostname" and it gives me "main". ...
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Suggestions required on how to allow users access to WiFi Captive Portals when roaming

I have written a script that will turn the proxy settings off and back on again after an allotted period but you often need to open up Internet Options > Connections > LAN Settings and click OK for ...
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supermicro servers - ipmi / nagios disk monitoring

I have several machines from this manufacturer in my group. I'm looking for a method / process to monitor disk health. IPMI doesn't seem to offer anything beyond fan speed and CPU temperature. Has ...
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CloudFlare not caching additional static files

I'm trying to get caching to work for additional static files (namely: exe, zip, tar.gz, dmg, deb, and rpm files) with CloudFlare. Initially I just made sure caching headers were served for these ...
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iptables keeps using old nat rules

I use iptables snat on my gateway to change local source ip addresses to external. The trouble is that after I change the rules (or even if I flush iptables nat table) gateway keeps using the old rule ...
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Server talks to one group but not other, both groups talk to each other

I've been trying to figure this out for a couple of days now and no luck so I thought I'd ask here. We have two buildings connected via a line of sight wireless network bridge. We have two routers, ...
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Connecting to VPN does not work for all websites

Via a corporate VPN (connected via Ike client) I setup a dynamic ssh tunnel to machinea on localhost:9988, which I can use when connecting via a shared wifi network A to visit any website via a ...
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Duplicity error: BackendException: ssh connection to SERVER_IP:22 failed: Unknown server SERVER_IP

I'm trying to setup a backup system with Duplicity. I have a server that I want to backup to another SFTP server. If I try to connect via sftp it works fine: root@SERVER:~# sftp user@SFTP_IP ...
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Error while installing slapd

I need some help for solving this problem when I try to install slapd package on Debian from testing repositories. Leyendo lista de paquetes... Hecho Creando árbol de dependencias Leyendo ...
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Varnish, some url's redirecting to :8080 in phpbb?

I'm using a LEMP server with Varnish so nginx is on :8080 and varnish is cached on :80. The mail site works brilliant, no redirects etc but in a sub folder I have a phpBB forum installed, some of the ...
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What part of the reboot cycle in Linux is WinSCP detecting as FTP port 21 being available?

When I rebooted one of my boxes running Ubuntu Server LTS 14.04.1 today, I received a strange message from WinSCP during the automated reconnect attempt that I've never seen before: ...
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Is the hostname part of HTTP(S) URLs truely case-insensitive?

Is it safe to use http(s)://CompanyName.com/xyz as URL (e.g. for branding purposes) without any changes to the service-side configs? I know that DNS is case-insensitive, but could there still be ...
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Log/Audit everything allowed by SELinux

I'm profiling some proprietary software to construct a set of permission requirements and SELinux policies to allow it to install and run on Oracle Linux (or any RHEL derivative). I'm running SELinux ...
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VMWare ESX and storage.redundancy.lost

Not so long, i found problem on my server: Mar 3 21:20:17 Hostd: [2015-03-03 21:20:17.520 6FFC2B90 verbose 'StorageSystem'] SendStorageInfoEvent() called Mar 3 21:20:17 vobd: Mar 03 21:20:17.521: ...
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how to filter sar -d disk output tidily

sar -D output-I would like a suitable command to run alongside stress -hdd but this is the output which sar -D 1 10 gives. I have filtered it using both awk |'NR > 1 {printf ...
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Change domain name in Zentyal

I am not a network administrator, but it was requested of me to do a "small" maintenance on a server. The problem was that the domain name of the server was the same as the Web domain of the company, ...
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Multiple Server_name

I have an internal php application that kept freezing on users basically every afternoon. I used to restart the application(docker) and that would relieve the issue for a day but not resolve it for ...
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Resources invitation policy in Kolab 3.4

When anybody reserves a resource, it's automatically accepted. I'd like it to be manually accepted by the owner of the resource, so I do: Create "fool" resource in kolab-webadmin with email ...
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Create a local cluster with Vagrant/CoreOS/Docker

I'm trying to create a local environment for testing purpose composed of: a Vagrant CoreOS Cluster (3 nodes) a Docker container launched with an Nginx image loaded, launched on one node I've ...
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Mac Maverrick AD binding

I have about 40 Macs on my AD Domain running OS X 10.9 (plus OD server). Recently the two MacPros (one aluminium case and one black shiny ash tray) have lost their binding to the AD, so I have unbound ...
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What's the best database that will hit the disk the least but still offer persistence?

I'm using an SD card as storage and I don't want to kill the card so I want to write to is as little as possible but still store the data incase of a power loss. I'm not sure on the details of ...
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Why some iptables DNAT rules stop working after some times until reboot?

After a while some of my iptables DNAT rules stop working. If I reboot my server, all of the rules work back. Desciption of the architecture : Tens of hosts (senders) send some UDP packets (one-way ...
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How to delete redirect ip to domain in varnish

Sorry for my English, I don't speak English very well. So, my problem is that when I put my IP address in a web browser, varnish will redirect it automatically into my domain name. But if I do the ...
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Tomcat suddenly shutdown

Tomcat randomly stops receiving requests and returns error 503. Im running a tomcat 7 on Ubuntu 12.04 TLS updated. In the apache error log you can see the following trace: [Wed Mar 04 09:36:27 ...
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SSH connection doesn't work from server to another server

For a cross backup script, I'm using ssh to transfer files from a server A to a server B. And mutually from B to A. SSH is configured on the port 54321 (not used by another service). There is no ...
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Ubuntu 14.04 LTS, RDIFF-BACKUP, data source and destination on remote machines

i've got a problem with rdiff-backup... I have three systems: System-A: Data source, SSH on port 1234 System-B: Backupspace, SSH on port 22 System-C: Executive system which runs rdiff-backup. my ...
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route53 migration using cli53 - how to prepare zonefiles?

I have exported zonefiles from BIND and installed cli53 to import my records to AWS Route53. From what I can gather, I need to rid the files of any SOA and NS references. Right? Does anyone have a ...
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Can I store OS X resource forks in a Samba share anywhere *else* than in dotbar files?

OS X resource forks are alternate streams of data attached to regular files. They may contain the file's custom icon, colored label, keywords, or any other metadata set by the user or by applications. ...
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How to enable Dovecot virtual users to change their password using passwd-file?

I am running Dovecot with several virtual users in passwd-file: http://wiki2.dovecot.org/AuthDatabase/PasswdFile . The file is /etc/dovecot/userdb . How can I enable the users to change their ...
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Windows Updates - Download but not install

I need to manually apply Windows updates on a few servers. The Actual Windows Update settings are disabled as they're managed by us (we also use SCCM for them, but the deployment is not 100% ...
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Hyper-v number of Virtual Processor (Virtual CPU) on Virtual Machine

VMware world recommends that you only add one Virtual CPU on each Virtual Machine unless that your application requires detect more than one CPU. Does this recommendation could be applied on ...
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Changing Azure VM networking settings

This is probably a stupid question but I am going to ask anyway. I have a VM running on Azure. I go into network connections and change the IP and gateway and I loose connection. What options do I ...
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Is there a way to see what is actually filtering TCP port communication?

nmap -p 7000-7020 10.1.1.1 Will output all the filtered ports Starting Nmap 6.40 ( http://nmap.org ) at 2015-03-04 12:18 EET Nmap scan report for 10.1.1.1 Host is up (0.00091s latency). PORT ...
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What steps should I take if jetty is fails to start, no hints in logs?

So I have a war file which is sucessfully launched under jetty in many environments except specific ubuntu machine. On this machine nothing happens, nothing at all. My first thought was I have issues ...
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Domino Return Receipt Issue

Currently, some our email users have checked their return receipt when sending to external domain or emails. Suddenly, he received a return receipt that contains the ff: Your message was received by: ...
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Prevent users from downloading certain files

I am working for an organization which helps people with mental disabilities. All of them have a user account in our AD. The client computers are running a mix of Windows 7 and 8.1, and the server is ...
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Two program on different VMs experience reply timeouts unless pinging [on hold]

I've encountered a very odd issue. I've got 2 VMs, each running an identical program (a pub/sub middleware). The programs have to communicate by sending an event from and to each other. The program ...
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Access XAMPP tomcat by using host name not localhost [on hold]

I've installed XAMPP 1.7.7 in MS Windows 7, when I put the web applications to C:\xampp\htdocs I can then access to developed web applications (says: http://rchk-web.rchk.local/ANY WEB APPLICATIONS) ...
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Optimum IIS configuration for SSL redirect with multiple certificates installed

I have an IIS7/WinServer2008 configuration with a wildcard SSL certificate installed (*.mydomain.com). The web server holds several websites each configured to route via a host header off the same IP ...
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Can NGINX instructed to serve a file over HTTP that is in the process of being created?

I am using NGINX as a component in my system that accepts content streamed from clients (lets say, over RTMP) and passes it to some internal service for processing. The internal service fetches the ...
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Windows Server Administration - which services are safe to run internet facing?

Coming from a Linux background and now having to manage some Windows servers (2008R2 & 2012R2) I'm wondering which services are safe to run directly over the internet. The servers are all internet ...
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Kerberos kadmin command in Windows [on hold]

I would like to work with Kerberos in Windows. I have installed MIT Kerberos and found it to work fine. However kadmin , 'kadmin.local' does not work, rather it is not found. I searched for the ...
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Controlling file naming pattern conventions on a file share

We have a shared folder on a server, where sales managers ought to save incoming requests, invoices and other documents. Different types of documents separated by folders. Before now managers name ...
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How to disable access logs for all vhosts in Apache on Plesk (Debian)?

We run a high traffic site and the access logs grow large very quick, so we would really like to disable access logs on our server, for every vhost. The problem is, we are using Plesk and I dont see ...
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Unable to get SMART metrics from Seagate Disks on Debian OS

Referring to the question here, I too am trying to get all attributes out, as explained in this blog here. I am using Debian 6 as OS, and installed smartmontools version 6.3 using apt-get. My 6 disks ...
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unable to start the bind dns service in linux

observed following errors when try to start the dns service in virtual linux pc [root@mininat ~]# service named status Redirecting to /bin/systemctl status named.service named.service - Berkeley ...
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Docker phpfarm is not running

I trying this docker image: https://github.com/splitbrain/docker-phpfarm I tried both building it or predownloading it I get the same error: docker run --rm -t -i -e APACHE_UID=$UID -v ...
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Monitoring a cluster storage on Microsoft Windows Server 2012 R2 HyperV via SNMP

As a part of my task of monitoring our whole server environment it is planned to check the cluster storage (cluster shared volume, csv) of our HyperV cluster with Check_MK/Nagios3. Exactly needed is ...

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