Linux is the generic term for a UNIX-like open source operating system based on the Linux kernel.

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rsyslog syntax error on non existent line

I get a syntax error message for my rsyslog configuration file at line 61. But my configuration only got 60 lines. I checked the last line in my configuration and it seems correct since it is the ...
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How ro pass Environment variable to Rundeck

I want to run a rundeck job. Would like to pass few environment variable from the node as well to the runDeck job during the run time. How to pass environment variable to rundeck? Thanks in advance
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create tunnel in order to access https via port 443

I have win machine that connected to Linux server 192.9.100.10 And Linux server has connectivity to the IBM blade center management GUI - 192.9.100.200 From my WIN machine I not have connectivity to ...
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NTP service stopped in centos7.1 linux machine

In our 3 linux boxes centos 7.1, we saw below messages in the logs and then ntpd service got stopped since the offset is more than 1000s. systemd: Time has been changed ntpd[2626]: 0.0.0.0 0617 07 ...
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Apache2 Ubuntu 500 Error

[Sun Jul 05 10:19:53.611919 2015] [mpm_event:notice] [pid 4170:tid 140530536925056] AH00489: Apache/2.4.10 (Ubuntu) configured -- resuming normal operations [Sun Jul 05 10:19:53.612026 2015] ...
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Floating time cron job [migrated]

I have a Linux host which I would like to have a cron job run on. I do not shut down this machine. I always suspend it. I want to run a job once a day and I cannot set it for a particular time since ...
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Bulk update BIND zone file from CSV [on hold]

I had to do a mass update of dns records in our bind (on debian lenny). I have no room for error and in my experience i know that bind is very sensitive syntax. I specify you : i have no backup of the ...
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can't switch to root or use sudo

I've just come into the following problem: For some reason I can't use su or sudo: usr@usr-MS-7816:~$ su Password: su: Authentication failure usr@usr-MS-7816:~$ sudo su [sudo] password for usr: ...
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Linux: even with route, packets not going over the interface

I apologize but this is a question I jotted down when debugging another problem, so I can't provide any additional information. Anyway: suppose we have no firewall rules, and the following route ...
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How to setup web UI to view Master Spark Node from Host Machine

I think the solution is to port forward twice, but I am unable to ssh into the master (source) machine: How do I view the Spark web UI? I am following this tutorial: ...
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Firewall: allow all traffic from sources authenticated via. an open ssh connection

I'm looking for a way to avoid the editing of the firewall rules all the time on test and dev servers. I don't want to open up all ports. So I thought maybe there is a way to allow all traffic from ...
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Download speed from server extremaly slow

I have rented many servers @server4you and from time to I face the same problem. Download speed from a server decreases dramatically and after some weeks goes back to normal. Now when I download a ...
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Logrotate deleting instead of rotating

This is my logrotate configuration /var/log/abc/*.log { missingok compress sharedscripts create 640 root root postrotate /etc/init.d/abc reload endscript } When i run this manually as logrotate ...
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Why isn't my ZFS pool expanding using ZFS on Linux?

I have a ZFS zpool on linux under kernel 2.6.32-431.11.2.el6.x86_64 which has a single vdev. The vdev is a SAN device. I expanded the size of the SAN, and despite the zpool having autoexpand set to ...
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Recommended setup for F5 with multiple EXIM servers behind

I have following setup: 4 EXIM 4.80.1 servers. All mail relay clients are redhat linux , I use mailx command for testing relay from clients specified in "hostlist" on exim.conf Have valid cert ...
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Full data backup to Amazon S3

I have an Ubuntu server hosted on Digital Ocean that has outgrown it's existing backup solution. The relevant parts of the stack I use are Node.js, MongoDB, and Elasticsearch. So far backups have ...
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debian networking lacp throughput and redundancy

I am encountering the following scenario: Physical server w/ 4 NICs and two HP ProCurve GigabitEthernet switches in a stack $Server runs debian (proxmox ve latest) I'd like to configure the network ...
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How configure environment variable with AcceptEnv

In /etc/ssh/sshd_config, there is an option called AcceptEnv that allows the ssh client to send environment variables. I need to be able to send a large number of environment variables, how can i do ...
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Complete full virtualmin setup from command line

I'm working on adding a feature to a suite of tools my clients use that will allow them to enter the API key of their DO account, and easily create DO droplets with Virtualmin on them, and setup and ...
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How long does it take to change partition sizes?

I lease a dedicated web server running CentOS. It has 2x120GB SSDs in a software RAID-1 array. The following partitions exist on the machine: MOUNT TOTAL USED ====================== / ...
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Restore “snapshot” of OS partition on physical Linux server to spare partition then boot - caveats?

We're planning to bring a new physical server online in the near future and as part of the disaster recovery / change management plan, I want to be able to easily roll back the operating system and ...
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NIS not respecting files first in nsswitch.conf

Okay, first off, I know NIS is a turd, but it's what we've got until we do a major migration next year. Today we had a NIS server outage which predictably prevents user logins. What surprised me was ...
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List of packages for RH 5.x

I need to install SSSD onto some of my client's servers, but a few of them are pretty old. Is there a list of all of the packages in the repository for a specific release of redhat? Specifically I ...
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How do I run TomEE as a service on RHEL6?

cat /etc/passwd (last line): tomee:x:990:987::/home/tomee:/bin/false I need to make init.d script to run Tomcat EE like "service tomee start" So I have 2 problems: 1. How I can execute command ...
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PHP-FPM on Linux, SCHED_BATCH or SCHED_OTHER?

I have a Linux webserver (Ubuntu 12.04, kernel 3.2.0) running Magento with quite a number of PHP-FPM child processes. Since Magento is a heavy framework, I often see several child processes to baloon ...
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Apache2 not able to list directories or files that do not have o+r set

I have an Apache webserver that we are preparing to serve data uploaded via FTP/S to our customers over the more convenient HTTPS protocol. At the moment I am using mod_authnz_external to allow the ...
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NXLog unable to read complete .csv file

I try to work out why NXLog can't read the complete .csf file witch has the same name but gets edited every 12 hours by windows for a export. conf file of NXLog: #define ROOT C:\Program Files\nxlog ...
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How do i find the overcommit ratio for CPU on a KVM host or for that matter on any hypervisor?

I have a host and I have installed KVM on it.Now I need to know how much overcommiting of resources it allows, CPU, memory. Is there some command to get the ratios or it all exists in theory and no ...
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update passwords [user's already existing in ldap]

I want to update passwords [user's already existing in ldap] of the user by importing data from /etc/passwd & /etc/shadow How to achieve this ? I will give the overview of my setup. nodes user ...
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Filezilla transfer file name colon replace

I have transferred a massive amount of files by filezilla. But a few scattered files are pending being transferred. They had failed since my filezilla server is on windows and filezilla client is on ...
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CentOS Server - Available disk space constantly drops

The result of the df command : Filesystem 1K-blocks Used Available Use% Mounted on /dev/sda2 864000688 809338092 10773908 99% / tmpfs 32965940 0 32965940 0% ...
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Make Apache webserver in Ubuntu point to another location [on hold]

I am completely new to Linux administration. I have an Apache server up and running. When typing "localhost" in the browser, the default Apache page from /var/www/html is displayed. Now I have to type ...
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Create and synchronize development, staging and production servers?

I'm building a PHP application, and I'm running all the development environment (Netbeans IDE, Apache, PHP and PostgreSQL) inside the same virtual machine. I would like to prepare three diferents ...
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what the best approach to get the network values on Linux machines [duplicate]

what the major difference between ip addr command to ifconfig -a command? both command are give the same values network IP's ip addr 1: lo: <LOOPBACK,UP,LOWER_UP> mtu 16436 qdisc ...
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Point DNS zone to local web server [on hold]

I have a DNS virtual server and a virtual web server, among others (unimportant). The FQDNs are registered as dns.example.com and web.example.com, respectively. The virtual DNS manages the ...
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Creating a Firewall / Gateway Server [on hold]

I'm looking to increase my server network security by creating a Firewall + Gateway server for a web server. The servers are all part of digital ocean. The webserver is a LAMP stack with multiple ...
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Do we need to mount or not ? for Oracle ASM [on hold]

i am comparing the differences between installing a db with its files on a traditional filesystem and on oracle asm with traditional filesystem, it seems like there is no concern for disk persistent ...
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GlassFish 4.1 Slow localhost Ubuntu 15.04

I have a GlassFish 4.1 Server Instance running on Ubuntu 15.04 Desktop Edition. I use this as a development server, where NetBeans will automatically deploy my packages as I work on them, for easy ...
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GNU screen detached cannot write to file after ssh logout

I am ssh-ing into a Linux cluster that uses an AFS home directory. I am trying to use GNU screen to run a long-running program in a detached screen. If I remain logged in the program executes ...
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rsyslog (local) and remote logging

I have several linux servers that I want to monitor the log files. I thought it would be great to setup a central log server that can capture incoming rsyslog packets. Each hostname would have its own ...
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fix nginx forwarding slashes and get params

(Cross posted from stackoverflow...) I keep getting a strange issue on nginx right now. I have two nginx servers, one hosting content that I want to forward to the other server. The one that is doing ...
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Nginx, gitlab, subdirectory, alternate port. What do I do? [on hold]

I've installed the Gitlab-ce installer, which has it's own nginx server. That server is accessible via. https://example.com:6443 How do I make a proxy from: https://example.com/git/ to ...
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Find modified selinux booleans

I have a CentOS 6.6 server that was setup by someone else. I'll be recreating this server from scratch on a new box and I'm wondering if there is any way I can find out what selinux booleans have been ...
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How to start tomcat with faketime within a docker container?

I use docker to deploy a Java web application in tomcat. For testing purposes, I want to force the system date to a specific value. With Docker it is not possible to change the container date without ...
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Cron Job Crashes the Server?

Can a CURL Cron Job fired every minute crash a server, or it's a problem with the code? I had a shared hosting that worked great, then I added a cron job with enters, using CURL, to a specific URL ...
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Network connection slow to server, only from one device

I have looked around, but there doesn't seem to be anyone with the same problem. I am getting almost no connection from my console (laptop) to one of my servers (Raspberry Pi 2 B) . All other ...
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Setting up a caching system r/w in DCs across continents

We are going to implement a caching system to make our front-end servers which are located in different data centres in Asia, America and Europe can read and write some small JSON data in the shortest ...
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bash + how to hold shell scripts

Is it possible to hold/stop the bash script progress without to kill the process? ( by kill command ) or other command For example this script - install_linux_pkgs.bash , will install Linux pkgs ...
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Open Google Chrome on Centos 7 and screenshot it [on hold]

I have Centos 7 server installed on AWS and I installed "google-chrome" on it using a sample code on the internet which works fine. cat << EOF > /etc/yum.repos.d/google-chrome.repo ...
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Damaged LVM Volume

I am working on a server that has no backups. The previous sysadmin created an LVM with 10TB of space, and one of the drives has failed. I'd like to try to extract data from the working drive, but ...