I'm using the script utility to record terminal sessions, and using logrotate (with copytruncate, script ignores HUP and keeps writing to the rotated file otherwise) to periodically upload chunks of ...
Okay, this is slowly getting annoying. I'm used to work with Apache Webservers and never had any of these problems. IIS seems to try to be intelligent - or whatever. Here's my situation: My customer ...
I like to maintain separate Apache2 logfiles for each of my named virtual hosts, like this: <VirtualHost *:80> ServerName myhost.example.com ErrorLog /var/log/apache2/myhost-error.log ...
Why does net-snmp after "No Such Object available on this agent at this OID" errors exit with 0 and print the error message to STDOUT while other errors are printed to STDERR and have an exit status ...