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Docker: Permission denied on folders added with ADD

I'm trying to configure a postgresql installation using docker. FROM ubuntu:13.10 ADD . /db # install postgres # ... RUN chown postgres:postgres /db -R && \ chmod 700 /db -R USER ...
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Getting Error: “No space left on device” for a particular filename

I have a ext4 volume with lot of files inside a particular directory. Whenever I am trying to create a file inside it of a particular name, I am getting "No space left on device" error. $ touch ...
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Dovecot and virtual domains with different namespaces

I've got dovecot 2.1.7 setup with virtual domains and now would like to have different public namespaces for each of the virtual domains. E.g. workdomain.com -> INBOX (private namespace) -> ...
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SSSD process won't die

Thanks for taking the time to check out my problem. I'm currently working on an issue that has only appeared once before. Back on Jan 3rd when this first appeared we were able to reboot the server ...
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Not Able to Mount USB HDD in Linux

I'm having a problem with a server that I just installed kernel 2.6.18-371.el5 on. It's an old kernel for Red Hat 5, I know, but due to certain "restrictions" I am forced into using that for the time ...
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How can I introspect the “shared subtree” mount flags for a particular mount?

Under Linux, the shared subtree flags control how a mountpoint is shared with parent and child mount namespaces. These flags include MS_SHARED, MS_PRIVATE, and MS_SLAVE. How can one see which of ...
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TCP Window Scaling Problem over MPLS

After extensive troubleshooting why the TCP speed over an MPLS circuit is slow in one direction, I figured out that by adjusting the TCP window size the situation improved a lot. Maybe you can tell me ...
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TCP congestion collapse

I am experiencing suboptimal performance on an EC2 instance connecting to an RDS instance. This particular instance was built before VPC's existed, so all the traffic is flowing through a single ...
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TCP connection stuck in SYN_RECV state despite ACK received

My client and server are both internal machines. tcpdump on both client and server show all three parts of handshake are communicated, however netstat on server shows SYN_RECV, and on client shows ...
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Unusually high nfs_inode_cache

My server is experiencing a high usage of nfs_inode_cache = 11G , im trying to figure out what's consuming all this , i know already that directories with large numbers of entries and deep directory ...
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Script partitioning fresh raw disk images with sfdisk (C/H/S ignored?)

I'm trying to automate the process of creating raw disk images. I don't care so much about C/H/S, but that the block size should be a rough standard of 512 bytes. However, I'm having trouble ...
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Adaptec pm80xx Driver Drops Drives Randomly

I'm building a ZFS NAS using an Adaptec ASA-71605H HBA on Ubuntu 12.04.4. Modern Linux kernels ship with the open-source version of the required pm80xx kernel module. Adaptec provides a driver for ...
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timing issue after route add/delete (route not used)

I have an application that is running a raw IP socket, destination of this socket is governed by routes installed via the 'ip route add' command. These routes can change during the lifetime of a ...
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grep is inconsistently defaulting to grep -P?

I have a script that does some housekeeping that works perfectly well when invoked from an interactive shell, but did nothing when invoked by cron. To troubleshoot this I started a shell with a ...
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snmp MIB-TCP::tcp not showing any usage

I am trying to configure MRTG on all of my servers for making a network weathermap, this requires running SNMP which MRTG gets the information from. So, I installed it on two servers the exact same ...
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reprepro use when multiple sources have the same codename

I'm investigating the use of reprepro to control what updates get propagated to our servers, and when. The idea is to vet updates by Debian and Ubuntu, and only apply the ones we choose. We want to ...
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NAT64 configuration with tayga on Debian 6

I'm trying to implement NAT64 with tayga on my server and came to a point where I'm not sure how to proceed. My server is connected via one IPv4 address and one /64 IPv6 address block to the ...
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Samba4 locked pst files

i have a samba4 server that holds my clients outlook pst files, if the outlook client or the machine crashes i must go to the server to kill the PID manually. i saw there was "reset on zero vc =yes" ...
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Intermittent NFS lockups on Isilon cluster

We have an Isilon cluster with 8 IQ 12000x nodes which exports storage via several NFS shares for a handful of Linux and Solaris clients. There is a Linux system that has one of these NFS filesystems ...
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TCP Keepalive and firewall killing idle sessions

In a customer site, the network team added a firewall between the client and the server. This is causing idle connections to get disconnected after about 40 minutes of idle time. The network people ...
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Monitoring Linux Kernel Space Processing

I'm running two "services" that are served in linux kernel-space: Linux Netfilter Firewall ("iptables") Linux Virtual Server Loadbalancer ("IPVS", "LVS") Now I want to (performance-)monitor my ...
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CPU load inhibits interrupts on Linux

I have an Ubuntu box with 3.2 kernel, CPU with 2 cores and CAN (Controller Area Network) card based on SJA1000 controller attached via PCI bus. I'm testing receive capabilities of the card. It can ...
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How do I configure OpenSwan to allow pure IPsec (not L2TP) connections from an iPhone?

Similar to this question, I want to configure an IPsec server on Linux which will accept connections from the iPhone. However, unlike the other question, I want to be able to test with pre-shared keys ...
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how to tune NFS client on MacOS to get Linux like performance?

I have a NFS server running Linux and exporting a couple of shares. Both Linux and MacOS clients connect to the server, and while with the Linux clients I get ~ 75MB/s write speed, the MacOS clients ...
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Get statuses of network printers

we are tasked with finding exactly how many pages were printed by all IP printers on a fairly large network, and then doing a lot of things with that data. There are about 15 different printer ...
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Raid 1 seeding to speed up identical installs

I was thinking of installing Ubuntu on one of our Dell servers in a RAID 1 configuration, then using the mirrored drive as the primary drive in a second identical server with another RAID 1 setup. ...
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proc-sys-fs-binfmt_misc.automount failed service

I am using ubuntu 14.10. I have just installed systemd and I have a failing service, proc-sys-fs-binfmt_misc.automount. I've seen here it's a part of systemd: Is this file important? How do I solve ...
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elasticsearch fails periodically on ubuntu with systemd : how to resolve this?

I am using Elasticsearch on Ubuntu 14.10 and it's periodically going down (entering a failed state). When down, this throws exceptions on my website, users can't search, connect or update database ...
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Solving an asymetric HA Firewall/router

I have an old Linux HA firewall/router setup that never quite worked. As it was never quite put into true production (just testing and demo's), I always had to have one firewall shutdown to make it ...
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nginx recv() failed (104: Connection reset by peer) while reading response header from upstream

I have recently upgrade my magento from 1.5 to 1.9 and when ever I add a certain product to basket, I started to receive this error: 502 Bad Gateway There were no log entries in the var/log/ folder: ...
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Problems on mounted NFS: 'No such file or directory' but files and directories exist

So we are having a medium-sized NFS4 storage server running CentOS 6.6 exporting an NFS share /storageDat (which is the NFS root, with two RAID volumes bound in there: ./dat1 and ./dat2); Export ...
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php generated css no output, net::ERR_INCOMPLETE_CHUNKED_ENCODING

I am running apache on an ubuntu installation. Several webapps are running on the same server. I installed a new app, which required the pdo-sqlite extension to be installed. Now my server is ...
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Heroku and socket.io out of memory

I have a setup with websockets on heroku and every now and then i get a flurry of messages like this: 06:24.591694+00:00 heroku router - - at=error code=H15 desc="Idle connection" method=GET ...
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Move process across NUMA system

I am running many multi-threaded processes on a larger NUMA system with dozens of sockets. The memory access across different nodes is very slow, so I restrict each process to one socket and let it ...
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Tuning Amazon Linux worker tier

I have a worker tier that is using PHP process control (pcntl) functions to send multiple requests to the SNS service in parallel. My question is how best to tune MPM_PREFORK directives to get the ...
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NTP offset warning when no NTP server is defined and NTP not running?

I just want to preface by saying that I am still learning linux and don't have too much experience with it. My job requires me to monitor an alert system for our clients hosts that are running our ...
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Anomaly - Linux executables getting corrupted randomly

I am facing a strange problem with avconv which is a tool for processing videos part of libav-tools package. I am on a local ubuntu server 14.04.1 LTS. What happens is that the avconv tool is ...
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kworker consuming +90% IO and zero disk write

this is a standard apache web server on AWS Linux AMI + EBS. We are noticing high load average (+8) and iotop -a shows: Total DISK READ: 0.00 B/s | Total DISK WRITE: 2.37 M/s TID PRIO USER ...
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OpenLDAP TLS - test results in Bad file descriptor

I have set up an openldap server including tls on ubuntu 14.04 following this guide. While testing the connection, I get results that I can not find an explanation for. ldapsearch -xLLL -Z -W -D ...
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firewall-cmd forward rules for interface with multiple ips

I'm looking for a way with firewall-cmd or another command to do the following. An incoming public interface has multiple ip addresses bound to it. How can I forward ports only for one of the ip ...
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Linux NFS server refuses blocking locks

So I have this problem. This horrible, awful problem. I have a set of Linux NFS servers (in a NFS/CIFS cluster using CTDB) that refuse locks… only when the lock is blocking. If it's a non-blocking ...
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Git/svn - keeping synced two repositories with different access rights

I've been advised by @PatrickQuirk to post this question here... There is just too much information online for me to understand and be able to get my own picture, so I gently ask the community to ...
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IPsec - strange behavior

I have set up site-to-site ipsec connection between linux(debian) and mikrotik router. The tunnel is up linux configuration: config setup interfaces=%defaultroute keep_alive=60 ...
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Setting up a bootable multi-device (RAID 1) using Linux Software RAID

I'm trying to setup a bootable software RAID that will contain the root filesystem and boot up Linux Mint Qiana. It will be used to run a few graphical monitoring applications in a small datacenter, ...
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Network Layer 7 Deep Packet Inspection linux solution that isn't a all-in-one distro?

Overview: I have software that has our Edge/DNS servers hardcoded into them, DNS queries returned from DNS servers are not being masked properly. I need the DNS entries that are returned from BIND ...
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yum-complete-transaction in a crazy loop

I was trying to update a server that I have with yum update and it aborted because the server ran out of memory. I killed off a few processes that were not needed and ran yum-complete-transaction but ...
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Setting quotas from a Linux client on a SmartOS (OpenSolaris) based ZFS server

I have a SmartOS (an OS based on OpenSolaris) server running a few virtual machines. One of the ZFS volumes is shared as an NFS volume and mounted on one of the VMs which is running Debian wheezy. ...
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Samba: Authenticate only local accounts over AD?

I have a samba server where I create all the linux accounts and corresponding SMB accounts via a application I built. I manage all the permissions for all of our shares via ACL's also using the ...
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Why “scope link” ipv6 address can be pinged via interfaces which they are not active on

[root@2_01 ~]# /sbin/ip -6 addr show pubeth0 inet6 2001:1::6/64 scope global inet6 2001:1::1/64 scope global inet6 fe80::20c:29ff:fe69:f9e8/64 scope link [root@v2_01 ~]# /sbin/ip -6 addr show ...
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runnning systemd without PrivateTmp, PrivateNetwork and PrivateDevices (in docker - unprivileged mode)

I am happily running systemd inside a docker container, however, it requires CAP_SYS_ADMIN in order to dynamically create private tmp mounts. I have attempted to disable the PrivateTmp, ...