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.. assuming the CentALT repo doesn't mysql-devel rpm, you'd need to re-install mysql-server, by un-installing the one that you already have and installing it from base before installing mysql-devel (both has to be installed from same place). yum remove mysql yum install mysql-devel
For the next user that needs to do this, the correct answer is, if you are using sssd for ldap, then inside the /etc/pam.d/db2 file created as part of the IBM directions, replace "pam_ldap.so" with "pam_sss.so" and it will work.
You must run your code as sudo; sudo chsh -s /bin/zsh i had same problem too, and it worked!
Check CloudWatch monitoring to see what the CPU as doing. If the CPU was max'ed out, you would not have been able to make a HTTP or SSH connection. If you're running something like Wordpress on an EC2 instance, prolonged CPU spikes are common.
If your issue is the service starting in a different order you should change the number in the other set of scripts, I mean, not the KXXscript, but the SXXscript since the scripts starting with S affect the start of said services. The K are related with the stop (Kill) of services, so basically you changed the order in which bind9 and openvpn are stopped, ...
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