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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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ClearOS Proxy - Block all traffic but two sites and 3 DMZ ips

I've been trying to two days now to get ClearOS to do a proxy setup for my network. This is what I need to do: I need to block all outgoing traffic no matter what it is, all ports and HTTPS as well ...
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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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Can ClearOS be configured to act as an OpenVPN client?

I want to be able to route all my (outbound) network traffic through my OpenVPN connection. For me, the easiest way to do this would seem to be to enable my clearOS server to act as an OpenVPN client, ...
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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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Routing using Linux with 2 NIC cards

Configured Clear OS to be in Gateway mode on a machine with two NIC cards. eth0:192.168.2.0/24 with ip 192.168.2.27 which is connected to a modem and thus have internet connectivity. ...
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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 ...