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What's causing high CPU load by kjournald process?

I'm running CentOS 5.4 (Final) server as my PDC and Windows file server. Until earlier today, the server has been running non-stop for over 6-months (since the last reboot). The problem now is that ...
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Is This Normal LDAP Behaviour In CentOS Linux?

Hello fine people! As a novice in the Linux world, I have managed to learn enough to put into production a ClearOS 5.2 server running the CentOS Linux Distro. This box serves as my Primary Domain ...
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How can I map a network share after a successful client VPN connection?

I've been recently tasked with providing VPN functionality for some "road-warriors" at my workplace. I'm running a CentOS 5.4 Linux server. I've chosen OpenVPN as my VPN server and have successfully ...
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Clear OS always showing “Operation too slow. Less than 1 bytes/sec”

Have been trying to install clear os addon but nothing is working as i am facing this error on every mirror in the .repo file. Yum install squid ...
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How to interpret `iptables` logs and set rules appropriately?

Initially I thought iptables was blocking all http traffic for a reverse proxy I have set up with pound. This was working prior to a system update (ClearOS 6.2.x). Now after implementing logging for ...
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Increasing `iptables` verbosity and determine logging location on a CentOS based server?

Having an odd problem here with regards to pound reverse proxy no longer directing traffic properly on a CentOS based distro (ClearOS 6.2.x). I believe that it's an iptables issue or something else ...
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iptable - configuration for outbound traffic from local network

I reinstalled a ClearOS box, which is based on CentOS. The previous install ran fine for 3 years, without a glitch but I may of misconfigured something on this install along the way, as things are ...
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How do I setup a routing rules to allow https traffic

This is about a clearOS installation. eth0 = external interface (dhcp Internet) eth1 = internal lan, static 192.168.0.10 eth2 = dmz The problem is, after initial installation, I was able to ...