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Everyone's comments helped me put it all together and gave me a lot to read up on, thanks. I found a good solution that didn't involve doing anything to the router running NAT. This article described my problem and has a good solution, going in the same direction I think mc0e was suggesting. Here is the command I ran to get this routed: iptables -t nat -A ...


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You need a route which directs the traffic to your local interface, and you may have a firewall issue. Add the output of netstat -an for routing. It's likely to be ipchains -L or iptables -L to list the firewall rules.


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You forgot to install and enable the EPEL repository. Do that, and then try the Foreman installation again.


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I had this problem, and it boiled down to the SSL certificate not being verifiable when getting the updated metalink file for EPEL via HTTPS. I suppose that I could have drilled down through the certificate chain to find out why, but in order to get my server working again, I sidestepped the problem by adding the following line into ...


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Ridiculously using secure HTTP is causing a problem yet normal HTTP is working fine. This shouldn't be happening with a fresh install so there must be an issue with Fedora's repositories. It's working now.


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A quick cut and paste from the Kernel documentation seems to indicate you can appoint different files with a mount option usrjquota: quota These options are ignored by the filesystem. They noquota are used only by quota tools to recognize volumes grpquota where quota should be turned on. See documentation usrquota in the ...


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On CentOS 6 you will need to build and install it from source, or make your own packages. If you can upgrade to CentOS 7 you can get 4.0.3 from the CentOS repositories.


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EXTRAOPTIONS="-r /dev/urandom" worked for me instead of EXTRAOPTIONS="-r /dev/random"


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We're waiting on upstream to release fixes that address the original (and subsequent) CVEs. We're all in the same boat here. The segmentation fault will only affect the bash session, not the rest of your sever. Please stick to using 'yum update'. Do re-boot if you can every so often (once a month). I strongly recommend that you do not download source ...


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You need to setup some iptables work to tell the system to masq your traffic. Here's my example. Some of this might not be needed to work bond0 is my internal subnet bond1 is my public subnet where openvpn clients connect into which has an IP of 1.2.3.4 10.113.0.0/16 is my VPN clients subnet I removed most of my rules but let in some to show you how it ...


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As you pointed out in the comment, that file must be exist in the salt master file server (that is specified with the salt:// protocol). You cannot specify the source file as a filesystem path: $ sudo salt minion-id cp.get_file /etc/hosts /tmp minion-id: Traceback (most recent call last): File "/usr/lib/pymodules/python2.7/salt/minion.py", line ...


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This is quite typical on a VPS. You could contact your VPS provider and request a move to another server. If they are somewhat decent they would do this without any issues. I've had success with this in the past :)


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What immediately jumps out is that your system is swapping quite heavily - and this can very easily explain high loads - especially as cheap VPS's (and this looks to me like it probably is one based on the memory specs) - are very often bottlenecked with IO. The first thing I would do [ with only the information you have provided ] - is to throw more ram at ...


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Have you changed you server clock recently? If yes then check this post .. http://forums.zimbra.com/administrators/33210-solved-web-admin-ui-server-status-offline-7.html I had same issue. What I did was I changed my clock and after that zimbra stop showing monitoring results including service status as well. I followed the steps list in the post and ...


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Configure the puppet service as a resource and notify it (causing a restart of the service) when the networking configuration is changed. The current puppet run will still fail, but on the next run it should work. Alternatively, you can try having the new name servers also defined by the kickstart process in addition to the ones needed during the ...


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According to the man page for cron(8) (the daemon that actually sends the message): -m This option allows you to specify a shell command string to use for sending cron mail output instead of sendmail(8). This command must accept a fully formatted mail message (with headers) on stdin and send it as a mail message to ...


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A quick Google shows me that /etc/sysconfig/crond is the file that defines what mailer is used by cron.


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Try removing binlog files first and then start searchd rm -f /var/lib/sphinx/binlog.* As suggested by Adalbert on http://sphinxsearch.com/forum/view.html?id=7445


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(update your OS... no excuse to be running EL6.2 today) I have the LibreOffice (formerly OpenOffice) headless server running on some of my production systems for batch processing of .XLS documents. The init script used for this is available here. The running command line looks like the following. Port selection should be self-explanatory: ...


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I agree with Iain that some monitoring is needed to debug. Since the symptom occurs between two IP addresses on the same server, the root cause may or may-not be network related. It is possible that something unusual is happening on the network and causing the NIC to stumble. It is also possible that the root cause is in the server. To see if the network ...


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TCP is a state machine. A TCP connection exists on both participants in the conversation, and both participants must agree on the current state of the connection. A TCP Reset usually occurs when a system receives data which doesn't agree with its view of the connection. Wikipedia has a great TCP State Diagram explaining all possible states and valid ...


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Removing hhvm.repo from etc/yum.repos.d solved it.


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You can delete/clear/flush eAccelerator cache this way: First login in the server as root via SSH (using Putty or any SSH client). By default this is eAccelerator cache directory /tmp/eaccelerator, so use this command to delete all cache older than 24 hours. tmpwatch --mtime --all 24 /tmp/eaccelerator Sometimes the eAccelerator cache directory can be ...


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As SvW already covered the SuSE part, here is the answer for CentOS: Only the latest CentOS minor versions get patches -- as always. Update to CentOS 6.5. There won't be patches for 6.4. Patches for CentOS 6.5 are already released.


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OpenSUSE 11.0 is out of support for 4 years. Update this thing to a supported OS.


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edit /etc/sysconfig/i18n Change LANG="us" to LANG="en_US" Save and exit, log out and back in.


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You won't lose any data if you first resize the filesystem before resizing the logical volume of /home. Then the opposite with /, resize the logical volume then the filesystem. But don't resize the volume of /home before the filesystem or you WILL lose data.


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There is no rule rule that would allow DNS traffic to your host (packet will be processed by FORWARD chain only if both source and destination are 'not this machine'. If DNS service is running on server from which these rules are coming from, you have to look at INPUT chain). Try adding: iptables -i tun0 -I INPUT 8 -p udp --dsport 53 -j ACCEPT.


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I'm not sure why this worked for me, but I went into the VCS config and changed the SVN Client version from 1.6 to 1.7, and then everything started working.


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mod_wsgi is in the base repositories. You can just run yum install mod_wsgi However, if you have been playing around installing Python from source, then it may well be that you have screwed up the Python environment. In that case, your best bet will be to reinstall the VPS from scratch and run yum install mod_wsgi. Assuming you have deployed your Django ...



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