[tag:debian] is a popular Linux distribution. The codename Wheezy stands for version 7.0 which is the current `stable` release. It was released on 2013-05-04.

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No more logging after upgrade to Debian Wheezy

Syslog, auth.log, kern.log and messages log files are not updated anymore after upgrading to Debian Wheezy (Debian Squeeze was previously running). How could I fix it?
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Adding CPUs puts MySQL 5.5 (Debian) performance down

I am about to setup a database server (MySQL) in OpenVZ container and I've been wondering how many CPUs I should assign to it. I decided to benchmark it. I compared two OS/MySQL distributions and ...
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apache2ctl: 87: ulimit: error setting limit (Operation not permitted)

The server is running fine -- or at least it seems to -- but there's always the following error: apache2/usr/sbin/apache2ctl: 87: ulimit: error setting limit (Operation not permitted) It happens ...
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can't upgrade libc6

I tried to upgrade few packages and then it's failed on libc upgrade. And now it's impossible to upgrade anything at all. here's things I've done: # apt-get dist-upgrade Reading package lists... ...
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High I/O latency with software RAID, LUKS encrypted and LVM partitioned KVM setup

I found out a performance problems with a Mumble server, which I described in a previous question are caused by an I/O latency problem of unknown origin. As I have no idea what is causing this and how ...
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Upgrade issue from Debian Server Squeeze 6 to Wheezy 7 - still on kernel 2.6

I upgraded from Debian Squeeze 6 to Wheezy 7 but it seems i am using the old kernel. # uname -r 2.6.32-042stab072.10 But i have the newer kernel installed # dpkg --get-selections | grep ...
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Setting up Debian 7 static IP address range

I have a Debian 7 server and a usable IP address range from xx.xx.xx.90 to 93. While working on setting up the usable addresses via /etc/network/interfaces I have the following: # This file describes ...
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OpenSSL issues in Debian Wheezy

I don't know what is exactly going on but I noticed that curl couldn't get secure pages without adding extra switches. ~# curl -v https://api.dreamhost.com * About to connect() to api.dreamhost.com ...
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How to enable IPv6 glue records (AAAA) in PowerDNS

I'm running a PowerDNS 3.1 on a Debian Wheezy Beta 4 system. The zone data is accessed through a PostgreSQL database, the server answers to both IPv4 and IPv6 queries. If the DNS-Server knows the A ...
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Restrict SMB user from changing password

On a server running Debian Wheezy and Samba ver 3 with a tdb backend, how do I restrict a single user from changing the password? This account is one of 2 generic accounts, one for students and one ...
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Install Debian Backports kernel automatically

I've got the following pinnings set: Package: linux-image-amd64 Pin: release a=wheezy-backports Pin-Priority: 1001 Package: * Pin: release a=wheezy-backports Pin-Priority: 499 I get the following ...
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Why is ZFS not doing anything with my disk's duff sector?

I was under the impression that if an I/O error occurs during a read from a ZFS pool, two things will happen: The failure will be recorded in either the READ or CKSUM statistic of the relevant ...
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500 OOPS: SSL: cannot load RSA private key vsftpd

Im configuring vsfptd on debian 7.3, Im trying to use ssl. I generate de certficates using this command: openssl req -x509 -nodes -days 1925 -newkey rsa:2048 -keyout /etc/vsftpd/private/vsftpd2.key ...
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Debian Wheezy and SUID Perl

I just upgraded a Debian Lenny box to Wheezy, and found that suidperl is gone. Googling reveals that the upstream maintainers removed it; I need suidperl to run our mail installation, Open Webmail. ...
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How do I run a Debian init.d script manually, not at boot?

How do I stop an init.d server from running on boot, but still allow running it manually?
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Debian - “WARNING: untrusted versions of the following packages will be installed!”

When i try to install or update any packages I get: Untrusted packages could compromise your system's security. You should only proceed with the installation if you are certain that this is what you ...
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Cron Daemon Wget blocked

I've got Nginx on Debian 7 without cpanel. I am seting-up my Crontab like this: */45 * * * * wget "http://example.com/cron-url.php" >/dev/null 2>&1 The above cron is being blocked with ...
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debian wheezy, heartbleed, openssl refuses to update

I am having a strange problem, my system is exposed to heartbleed, and I am trying to fix it by using: apt-get clean, apt-get update and apt-get upgrade openssl but the response is: Reading ...
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RAID6 mdraid -> LVM -> EXT4 root with GRUB2?

2012-03-31 Debian Wheezy daily build in VirtualBox 4.1.2, 6 disk devices. My steps to reproduce so far: Setup one partition, using the entire disk, as a physical volume for RAID, per disk Setup a ...
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rsyslog - configuration help - logrotate and compression

I am a newbie to Linux and rsyslog. I have used the logfiles for many years, but I have never had to set one up. At this point I have some Proof of Concept devices pointing to my Debain Linux server. ...
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IPTABLES for multiple Public IP Addresses

Currently i have two servers Running Debian 7 with HA Active/Passive setup using Pacemaker and Corosync as follows: node1->IP->xx.xx.xx.1 node2->IP->xx.xx.xx.2 VIP(Floating IP) ...
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SSH via terminal succeeds, but same SSH connection via Ansible fails on same machine?

Can anyone possibly shed any light on why this is happening? I am logged into machine A, the client, with user basicuser. When I try to run an ansible playbook on machine B (server machine, as ...
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Wheezy processes die periodically

I have a very weird problem. Certain processes on my mail server, but not all, die periodically (every second month or so). A few of the process that die are: ssh dovecot postfix Processes that ...
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2xAMD Opteron 6128 with libvirt, Physical CPU 13 doesn't exist

I need help with libvirt(?) problem. Server specs: ProLiant DL165 G7 2x AMD Opteron(tm) Processor 6128 System: Debian GNU/Linux testing (wheezy) 3.2.0-3-amd64 libvirt 0.9.12-5 kvm ...
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After reboot debian box ignore sysctl.conf values

Where is right place for sysctl redefined values? I have: > uname -a Linux note 3.1.0-1-amd64 #1 SMP Tue Jan 10 05:01:58 UTC 2012 x86_64 GNU/Linux > cat /etc/debian_version wheezy/sid ...
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ACCEPT statements in policy DROP

I'm trying to set up some rules using IPtables under Debian (Wheezy) and have been running in to some problems i think. The policy of INPUT is set to DROP. Does this drop everything based on the ...
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solr php extension fails to run on newest Debian Wheezy

I'm trying to use the Solr PHP extension on the recently-upgraded Debian Wheezy. It installs both from PECL and from sources flawlessly but instead of giving me expected functionality it gives me this ...
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tomcat8 from wheezy-backports fails with configtest.sh

I have installed tomcat8 package from wheezy-backports. I use the default / unmodified installation with the following expections: I use Oracle Java 8 JDK in /etc/default/tomcat8 is added: ...
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installing git from debian wheezy backports: anyway i see old package version

I need to install git 1.8.* version. I added backports to my sources.list; Removed current installed git via apt-get remove git; Executed apt-get update to update my packages list aptitude show git ...
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What is status_of_proc, and how do I call it?

In the init script of nginx in Debian 7 (Wheezy) I read the following exerpt: status) status_of_proc -p /var/run/$NAME.pid "$DAEMON" nginx && exit 0 || exit $? ;; ...
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Adding second IP to server

I have a Debian 7 box that will host multiple domains. I'm trying to add a second IP, but every time I try /etc/init.d/network stop && /etc/init.d/network start, I get this error: RTNETLINK ...
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Up to date ClamAV on Debian Wheezy (ClamAV installation is OUTDATED log message)

I've installed ClamAV on Debian Wheezy from the offical repositories, using apt. System is up to date and I don't get any updates via apt-get upgrade, but still I get this message in the logs: Your ...
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Gmail is Unreachable from Google Compute Engine

I have been getting network is unreachable errors every time i try to use php to mail something out. alt2.gmail-smtp-in.l.google.com [2a00:1450:4010:c03::1a] Network is unreachable ...
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500 OOPS: vsftpd: refusing to run with writable root inside chroot() Login failed on debian

I install vsftpd for running FTP server on debian 7.3. I checked vsftpd version was 2.3.5 and i configure it like so: listen=YES local_enable=YES write_enable=YES chroot_local_user=YES ...
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Waiting for devices to come up on Debian boot

I'm running OpenVPN and dnsmasmq on my wheezy system. Dnsmasq is only necessary for VPN and local users, so I don't want it to listen on all devices (yes, there is also a firewall, anyways). When ...
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Linux: File is not shown in ls but cannot be touched with message “File exists”

I can remember creating this file but it disapeard. But not completely: root@XXX:/etc/vz/conf# ls -al total 0 drwxr-x--- 2 root www-data 0 Okt 1 16:04 . drwxr-x--- 2 root www-data 0 Okt 1 16:04 .. ...
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Multiple network interfaces, routing configuration. IP rule fails (debian based instances)

I have debian wheezy based instance with 2 network interfaces (Primary, Secondary). My setup flow: vim /etc/network/interfaces auto eth0 iface eth0 inet dhcp auto eth1 iface eth1 inet dhcp ifup ...
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Debian Wheezy in KVM: can't set IO scheduler

I'm running a Wheezy box in KVM, by default it runs the kernel 3.2. After I upgrade to 3.14 from backports, I no longer can tune the IO scheduler. Before: # cat /sys/block/vda/queue/scheduler noop ...
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Allow port scans for specific addresses in psad

How to enable port scans for specific address (or range) in psad? By default I get a lot of logs coming from my own monitoring service. How can I tell psad to treat my addresses or domains as trusted ...
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Using newer version of php on server

What are my options if the version of PHP packaged with Debian Wheezy is too old and I want to run something newer? Besides switching to Ubuntu stable or running Debian Jessie (not great for ...
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Remove local headers on debian wheezy for outgoing mail

I have clean installation of debian wheezy. I need to remove following headers: Received: from www-data by %SERVERNAME% with local (Exim 4.80) Related answers did not help, because i just can't ...
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nginx doesn't work after reinstall?

I really have no clue at all where to start looking for an answer to this: I followed the instructions here to set up nginx and passenger for debian. (sudo apt-get nginx-extras passenger) Everything ...
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Re-creating a filesystem on runtime (need more inodes)

I have a machine at a datacenter with 3HDDs and running Debian Wheezy, at one of them I have an ext4 filesystem mounted on /data that has ran out of inodes (I've chosen an inappropriate inode size at ...
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Dom0 not forwarding to DomU

The situation: DomU: Debian SID /etc/network/interfaces auto eth0 iface eth0 inet static address x.x.x.55 gateway x.x.x.49 netmask 255.255.255.255 pointopoint x.x.x.49 Ping DomU -> x.x.x.49 ...
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Debian Wheezy IPv6 isn't configured with ifup post-up hook

We recently set up a server on Debian Wheezy Beta 3 (x86_64) which has a native IPv6 connection. We configured the eth0 interface to get the IPv6 configuration through some post-up hook commands in ...
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Chef node.name not being set

What I am working with: Debian Wheezy 7.6 Chef: 11.14.6 Up to this point, I have always used node.name to set the hostname of an instance. Example: { "name": "web-01", "chef_environment": ...
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What functionality does smartd lose when disabling state saving or attribute logging?

I'm trying to let my backup server have its disks in standby as often as possible. Outside of smartd or actual backup usage, the disks currently spin up once per day (various cron tasks). smartd, by ...
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cgit + redmine + git (advance integration)

I've successfully managed to configure my Redmine with advance git integration. However, I'm very interested in combining cgit with the current configs, but I'm not sure how. So, basically I want to ...
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Booting a diskless Debian system using bonding, bridging, and iSCSI

I'm trying to build my personal holy grail: booting my Debian Wheezy KVM server diskless from a iSCSI target and the only configuration needed on the diskless server is the iSCSI parameters in the NIC ...
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Installation of Lotus Notes 9.0.1 32 bit for Linux on a Debian 7.5 “wheezy” 64 bit

I'm trying to install Lotus Notes 9.0.1 32 bit for Linux (IBM has not developed a 64 bit package yet) on a Debian 7.5 "wheezy" 64 bit but I'm running into some issues and would need your help. There ...