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Recently, I rented a cloud VPS. When I logged into it, the date was on GMT. I changed it to CDT, which is UTC-5:00. I quickly realized that, even though the date command did output the correct time and date, the logs controlled by syslogd were off by five hours. They were still using GMT. I didn't do anything at that time as I needed not precise time/date ...
You can download rpm package and install it offline. Download rpm packages for Centos 5 & Install via command line using wget -c http://apt.sw.be/redhat/el5/en/i386/extras/RPMS/mod_dav_svn-1.6.15-0.1.el5.rfx.i386.rpm wget -c http://apt.sw.be/redhat/el5/en/i386/extras/RPMS/subversion-devel-1.6.15-0.1.el5.rfx.i386.rpm wget -c ...
To update the accepted answer. Even in Fedora 20 with latest updates I had same issue running RHEL 5.3 guest. To make the above workaround persistent through reboot put following in /etc/sysconfig/modules/kvm.modules #!/bin/sh if [ ! -c /dev/kvm ]; then /usr/sbin/modprobe kvm_intel emulate_invalid_guest_state=0 > /dev/null 2>&1 fi Make the ...
I had a similar issue, and it probably caused by a cronjob failing and try'ing to send a mail. This mail was stopped and postfix was not liking it.
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