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Yes, FreeBSD mail root other user users as security email despite of linux, you use mail command , it list your recieved emai and press a number (number of mail), So you can read.


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The issue were permissions. I set /etc/pw.conf umask to 007 from default 022 and that resulted in certain executables being unable to be reached from jails. Once i changed containing directory permissions to original ones it all started working properly and modules are not logging errors any more. Typical example of PEBKAC.


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What is the load balancing algorithm in use on both the system and the switch? All my experience with this is on Linux and Cisco, not FreeBSD and SMC, but the same theory still applies. The default load balancing mode on the Linux bonding driver's LACP mode, and on older Cisco switches like the 2950, is to balance based on MAC address only. This means if ...


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OK i resolved the issue. Culprit was setting my /etc/pw.conf umask from 022 to 007 (trying to make it a bit more secure) which resulted in creating basejail's /usr directory with 750 permissions instead of 755 so offending /usr/sbin/daemon couldn't get reached from jail. Immediately after rebooting the jail service started and works as it supposed to. I ...


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Its seems things have changed overtime. Here's another script that I feel seems to be a good option for svn management: http://www.svn-access-manager.org/


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If you have any kind of monitoring on this server, it would be nice to check if there are any peaks on memory usage right around the time processes get killed. Then you could try to find a correlation with number of requests, etc. That being said, it could either mean there is indeed no memory left on the system but most likely Bind is requesting a ...


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I think you're looking for /etc/make.conf.


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In order for mysql_install_db to run for 5.5.38 on FreeBSD 10.0-RELEASE-p5 amd64 you have to supply: user, datadir and basedir. After mysql_install_db is finished, mysqld will find base and data directories without assistance. e.g.: mysql_install_db --user=mysql --basedir=/usr/local --datadir=/var/db/mysql Please also note that the = chars for the ...


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Everything I can find suggests that host.frm should be created first-start in the datadir. Whatever suggested that to you is flat out wrong. The system tables are created when you run mysql_install_db. MariaDB official docs: Installing system tables (mysql_install_db).


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One workaround is to use rpath when configuring apache, ie: $ LDFLAGS=-Wl,-rpath=/opt/openssl/lib ./configure ... Verify after installing apache: $ ldd /opt/apache-httpd/modules/mod_ssl.so ... libssl.so.1.0.0 => /opt/openssl/lib/libssl.so.1.0.0 (0x00007fdd56278000) libcrypto.so.1.0.0 => /opt/openssl/lib/libcrypto.so.1.0.0 ...


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Sounds like your jail lacks permissions for SysV IPC. Try to set sysvipc_allow=1 in your jail settings or pass it with jail command.


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If --stdin option is not working we can basically use two options: Either use another utilty called chpaswd in your script. OR use echo "current_password\nnew_password\nnew_password" | passwd user_name


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I don't use FOG but I was able to boot pfSense from pxelinux. first I mounted pfSense LiveCD ISO and copied the files. cp -r pfsenseiso/* os/pfsense/ make sure you have that path shared via NFS somehow. I use these options ro,async,no_subtree_check,insecure,no_root_squash added root-path to dhcpd.conf with a NFS mountpoint(afaik pxelinux doesn't utilize ...


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perhaps, you clean up apache's logs recently? if so, try to restart apache after that as well and you should regain your space back. run fsck as your filesystem may be corrupted. few ways to clean up your logs: setup logrorate (better way). echo > $FILE (dirty way).


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I had a same issue today with py-salt 2014.1.7 on FreeBSD 10. I ended up updating my ports tree and running make reinstall clean. This allowed the salt_master daemon start. I would suggest doing the same if you haven't.



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