Red Hat Enterprise Linux version 5 is a Linux distribution sold by Red Hat, Inc. for the enterprise market.

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MySQL connection spike out of nowhere

We're running a website spread across three severs. Two of them are load-balanced web servers, and the last is a dedicated mysql server. The mysql server is running RHEL5 64-bit using a ...
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GLPi does not import AD details but authenticates just fine

I've installed an OCS/GLPI configuration using RHEL5. I've configured GLPI to authenticate to our AD, which it does, however, none of the AD user details appear after logging in. It will create the ...
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Where can I search for RHEL5 packages that yum search doesn't find?

In this specific instance, I'm trying to find out if there is a package of the Apache Tomcat Native library available for RHEL5. When I search on the web, I tend to find lots of package browsing ...
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Python 3.0 RPMs for CentOS 5 (RHEL 5)

Where is the best repository you use to obtain RPMs for Python 3.0 which are well maintained?
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Monitoring hardware failure on HP DL servers

Are there any tools other than the HP provided ones for monitoring component failures in these server from RHEL5?
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Chrooting a users login

I want to limit certain users on my system to a subset of commands and have absolutely no access to the rest of the system. I figure chrooting is the way to solve this but I only know how to chroot a ...
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ssh keys + RHEL5

I've been able to set up SSH authentication keys on my ubuntu, fedora core and mac systems, however, I'm not able to get SSH keys to work properly with redhat enterprise linux 5 (RHEL5). I've tried ...
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Installing using easy_install and bdist_rpm possible?

I'm setting up a new server based on RHEL5 and wanted to install some python modules which don't come with it. I've seen that setuptools have an option to build RPM packages out of modules, but ...
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How to change device permissions via udev in RHEL5?

I'm attempting to make the device permissions on a hard drive(/dev/sdb) persistent for a particular group in RHEL5. Can anyone point me to to a proper KERNEL line in /etc/udev/rules that would work ...