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I asked for help in #centos, and it appears SELinux was the problem. According to aureport -a SELinux denied the process running under the logrotate_t context access to files in the home directory, which had the user_home_t label – not really a big surprise once you know how SELinux works! I decided to just relabel the directories for the log files (the ...


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Your second rule are matching 192.168.56.102 as destination, but the POSTROUTING chain need to be used for rewrite the destination of packets coming (--source) from 192.168.56.102 (the response). Change your second rule to: iptables -t nat -A POSTROUTING -p tcp -s 192.168.56.102 -j SNAT --to-source X.X.109.118 or iptables -t nat -A POSTROUTING -p tcp ...


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You are scanning all files on the system. That includes /proc, which contains your own system memory and configuration. ClamAV is telling you that is is excluding those files. Actually I am surprised you don't have more than this, I would have expected files in /dev and /sys to be excluded also.


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First of all, these httpd children don't really use the amount of memory that top or ps reports in. Unix uses a complicated VM copy-on-write model, so when a process forks both parent and a child think they use the same amount of memory, so does top and ps. But in fact they share (please don't mix it with IPC shared) memory until some of them modifies a VM ...


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mdraid support for discard on RAID 5 wasn't available in the 2.6 kernel series; it was added in the 3.7 kernel. I'm not aware of Red Hat backporting this functionality. Once you get a kernel with this functionality, you may find that it is disabled, because some (older) SSDs don't actually implement TRIM properly. In this case, you need to set the kernel ...


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There is no single LDAP query that can do what you want. You could: implement recursive the logic yourself via multiple calls Postfix does this. See: ldap_table(5) special_result_attribute run a cron job on a system that keeps flatter groups in order Active Directory does something similar with adminCount At this time I don't recall if sssd will work ...



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