Unix is a multitasking, multi-user computer operating system originally developed in 1969 by a group of AT&T employees at Bell Labs.

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The OSX Process that wont die [migrated]

I've got a process on OSX 10.9.5 that just wont die. I have tried kill PID kill -9 PID sudo kill -9 PID killall sshfs killall -9 sshfs sudo killall -9 sshfs Activity monitor / select process / ...
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how to configuring vagrant to allow some specific IP to be available on a windows machine?

I have Vagrant installed on my windows machine. I am using putty to ssh to the ubuntu machine. Lets say that I need some specific service (let's say a graphite for stats) which should be reached with ...
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How do I pipe the output of the journalctl to cURL?

I am trying to send logs to a remote server using curl. I tried the following command and nothing happened journalctl -o json -f | curl -H "content-type:application/json" -d @- http://logs Any ...
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Ran out of disk space in /usr/ports partition, how can I build ports? [migrated]

I installed OpenBSD using the default/automatic partition configuration which only allocated ~4MB to /usr. While compiling a large port it gave an error that the disk was full. I have looked for ways ...
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Kill unresponsive process by name but preserve responsive processes [migrated]

For some reason, I end up with a fair few Google Chrome Helper processes which stop responding, hogging CPU resources. Usually I just run killall Google\ Chrome\ Helper, however this kills all, ...
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no record of login thru phpseclib

I am having a strange problem. I am using phpseclib to communicate with one of our server server - 10.0.0.2 my pc client - 10.0.0.1 I am accessing it via 10.0.0.1 when i hit "last -n 10" i cannot ...
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Compare files/folders across servers [closed]

We have two Unix servers, spread across two countries. These servers hold our software repository (scripts, binaries, documents etc). I am looking for a simple way to keep these servers in sync ...
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How to git add list of files from git diff

I accidentally added a bunch of cache files into the repo. I've now removed them and now want to commit the change to the repo. So I tried to do the following, but git doesn't seem to like it: git ...
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Puppet template if defined syntax

I am having trouble finding a solution in Puppet documents. I am trying to define a variable in Puppet template. For example: If class graylog2 and apache are defined in node class section then the ...
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Cannot mount an existing EBS on AWS

I tried mounting an existing EBS Storage (which has data) to an instance, but it keeps throwing this error. mount: wrong fs type, bad option, bad superblock on /dev/xvdf, missing codepage or ...
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w Reports A Process of A Deleted User

the w command reports the following: adm1@prdsvr:/home/adm1> w 10:18AM up 13 days, 15:04, 6 users, load average: 0.00, 0.00, 0.01 User tty login@ idle JCPU PCPU ...
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How to control the rate of automatic restarts of a runit service?

I have this runit service with run and log/run scripts properly working. As it happens, the service itself can crash for external reasons and might not be able to start for many minutes. The default ...
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how to hide .php extension from url [duplicate]

I used the following configuration to hide my .php extensions from the URL's in my website. But it does not work. I'm using a Unix Server. RewriteEngine On RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME}.php -f ...
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Setting Samba passwords using Chef without storing plain text passwords in data bags

We have a server that is configured using Chef. Currently, the way that chef manages the passwords is by simply copying down the samba tdb databases and updating the shadow hashes of each user. ...
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Should I create ZFS zpools with whole disks or partitions?

I am making zpools on FreeBSD machine. While creating zpools i observe these two cases:- If i take raw disks and create zpool then i am able to form zpools and they are working perfectly. If i ...
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DocumentRoot Path in browser?

I'm using Apache v2.2.26 on Mavericks and I am unable to understand why http://localhost/~username/Sites/ returns a 404 error, when, in fact the directory, Sites, exists, whereas ...
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Collectd types.db save unix epoch time

I am trying to save unix epoch time to collectd and get it out with command: collectctl getval servername/stime/execstime The output I get is showed like this: value=9.998742e-01 The type I am ...
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Tru64 UNIX Does Not Respond

We had our old Tru64 UNIX system on an AlphaServer 400 233 crash today with I/O errors. From what I've read and the error outputs it appears that the drive containing the /usr partition is toast, and ...
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chattr - How to change file +i attribute without using chattr

Here`s the problem. My server got probably hacked. I would like to change a config file, but it is immutable (has the +i attribute), so I can't edit it. trying to execute a "chattr -i" on the file ...
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TOP processes by system time

I have a system running 2 processes - MySQL and Java I'm seeing 20-30% of the time spent in %system. I've looked around to try and find a way to identify which what the balance of the system time is ...
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How to share my linux folder with mac mini over nfs [closed]

I tried to mount using following command after exporting the folder in linux source machine ( NFS server) . sudo mount -t nfs -o resvport,rw 192.168.12.10:/home/pavunkumar /private/nfs It is ...
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Troubleshooting DNS issue

I am trying to troubleshoot a DNS issue I am currently having with a new project host on an AWS EC2 instance. It is a brand new domain, and I have already updated the nameservers on the registrar ...
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How to trigger cross-platform jobs between Windows and Unix

I have an application which has components on Windows and Unix. I need to run overnight jobs which initiate tasks/jobs on both environment. These need to be sequenced so I cannot simple use Cron / ...
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Closed source alternative to Linux? [closed]

Is there any closed source alternative to Linux that's still actively used and developed? I'm looking for a good, expensive Unix-like OS please. The only other OS's that come to my mind are the ...
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screen in screen, detach only last one

I have strange issue on my hands. I have opened (GNU) screen for one serial console and in that same console I have opened another screen to another serial console. It was working but I am now ...
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My reverse zone doesn't work

I'm trying to configure my reverse zones on Centos server. I've read many articles and it looks like I'm doing everything right and don't know what to check or fix next. The following is a part of my ...
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Upload files from vsftpd ftp client in /tmp and once they are uploaded, move them to original folder

I'm having issues with my application. The scenario is that, there is a php cron which is running every 1 minute and it processes the uploads folder, wherein, files are uploaded via ftp ...
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need to make password less login for same linux server with same user [duplicate]

I need to make passwordless login for same linux server with same user. [airwide@eir ~]$ hostname -i 10.3.7.73 [airwide@eir ~]$ ssh airwide@10.3.7.73 airwide@10.3.7.73's password: how can make to ...
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Is “sudo su -” considered a bad practice?

Background I know the difference between su -, sudo su -, and sudo <command>: su - - switches user to root, requires the root password sudo su - - switches user to root, requires only the ...
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Find Users without a password in UNIX AIX

I'm searching for a script that finds users who don't have a password. Could anybody please explain me the commands that are needed in such a script?
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TCP traceroute works fine but not UDP

So I ran into this issue where doing traceroute some-server.abc.com returned *** for multiple lines and finally reached maximum hops limit. Doing a traceroute -T some-server.abc.com works perfectly ...
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Unusual results returned by df, what caused it, how to fix?

Here is a copy-paste: root@****#df -h /var Filesystem size used avail capacity Mounted on /dev/md/dsk/d4 9.8G 8192E 0K 90204286294657% /var
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How can I copy files by creating symlinks?

I want to traverse a filesystem and copy parts of it to another filesystem by creating symlinks instead of copying anything. rsync would be ideal if it had something like a --local-copy-via-symlink ...
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No space left on device - wrong size

I'm running an FreeBSD dedicated server. I am getting messages that I have ran out of space on the device. df -h is saying that I have no space left but du -sh /* doesn't even show the directiories ...
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Unable to connect to localhost or local ip but can connect to other servers or websites

I have a server with nginx|bind|mysql installed, everything is working fine but I am unable to connect to localhost or any websites hosted on server. I tried pinging and wget and none of them work ...
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Unexpected EOF write error

We have a Sun Solaris 10 server that is failing to backup using tar to write to tape. tar cEf /dev/rmt/0cn . The complete error is tar: write error: unexpected EOF tar error code 2 The ...
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Configure range of virtual user names with same password

I would appreciate if there is anybody who can advise me if the following FTP configuration is possible. I need range of read-only users that follow this pattern: (_[0-9]{15}) e.g., ...
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sudo still ask for password when NOPASSWD is used

I read all sudo posts on serverfault, but I still cannot figure out what I'm doing wrong. Normally I finally find the solution but not this time : I want apache user to be able to execute this ...
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Strange behavour of which in a shell script launched as a forked process

So I have a java process that is doing some automation. One of the things it has to do is find the JDK home on random machines. So I wrote a shell script to try and find the JDK home assuming that ...
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How do I do 'mount --bind' in /etc/fstab?

I'm trying to figure out how to add "mount --bind /proc/ /chroot/mysql/proc" to /etc/fstab, but how can I to do this?
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I'm on Windows. How to get time of a remote linux host [closed]

I'm trying to find a Windows command that retrieves the current time of a remote Linux\UNIX host. I know I can use ssh but I'd like to know for alternatives that do not require user and password. ...
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Unix hosts file order

For a long time I never even noticed but I made wrong /etc/hosts configuration on many machines. The order by the manual: 127.0.0.1 localhost 192.168.1.10 foo.example.org foo ...
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Usergroups in LDAP: User and Group in same object

"Usergroups" are a common concept in UNIX, many Linux distributions (e.g. Debian) use it as default. It means that each user has its corresponding private group (e.g., User "alex" has also a group ...
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Password reset is not working

I am using krb5 authentication to authenticate users in my machine. I am trying to change my password using passwd command but it failed. ~:$ passwd ~:$ Changing Password for bharathi ~:$ Kerberos 5 ...
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Linux/Unix - /etc/sudoers - host definition

can anybody tell me in which case the sudo host definition is useful? I mean this part of a line in the sudoers file: bob host1 = NOPASSWD: reboot In which environment (except sudo via LDAP) do I ...
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Configure IPv6 on FreeBSD webserver

Seems I just can't nail the right rc.conf configuration for IPv6 on my FreeBSD 10 VPS. I'd like to go completely IPv6 and tutorials/instructions i followed aren't really working for me somehow. It's ...
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Send interactive zoning commands to Brocade switch

I have a Brocade FC switch that I'd like to do some zoning on. I have a build file with too many lines to copy-paste into a normal interactive session, and I have ssh set up with pre-shared keys ...
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Incoming tcp SYNs possibilities

This might be a general TCP question. Can I receive TCP SYN packet on an established connection OR a connection in TIME_WAIT state? Is is possible?
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Minicom Successive Address Dialing

I've been tasked with writing a script for the minicom connection utility that tests a series of numbers in its dialing directory, I have found the baked in scripting language to be near useless. I've ...
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Using pppd with a serial port?

I just need to send/receive a messages through a unix-socket with PPP. But at first I want to launch the pppd with an usual serial port to make sure I know how it works. As I see, if I bind a pppd to ...