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While this should be a non-issue on Fedoras earlier than 18, my Fedora 17 happened to get detected by some vulnerability scanner. You shouldn't update your SSL version by hand, since it would make your another packages, like httpd stop working due to incorrect ABI. What I did was rebuilding RPM packages without heartbeat support: $ yum groupinstall ...


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/opt/publicftp is probably not labelled correctly. You should likely change this directories label to public_content_rw_t. semanage fcontext -a -t public_content_t '/opt/publicftp(/.*)?' restorecon -Rv /opt/publicftp Also looks like a possible bug in the SELinux policy. Create this file. policy_module(myftpd_t, 1.0.0) require { type ftpd_t; } ...


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I'm assuming a Red Hat-based system, since you didn't specify (and it may be important): The quick fix would be to edit /etc/sysconfig/raid-check and set MAXCONCURRENT=1. This will cause all your RAID arrays to be checked sequentially. As for the algorithm, /usr/sbin/raid-check is just a shell script, and you can easily read it to see what it's doing.


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Fedora 15 is not supported anymore, so php will not be updated. Upgrade to the latest version (fedora 20 at this time). Fedora releases have short life cycles, so you should not use it for a server unless you can afford to upgrade your system at least every year.


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it looks like php was not installed through rpm, you should try to uninstall it and reinstall it via yum install php



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