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So the issue is your syslog process still has the deleted file open. You need to restart your syslog process. By default that is rsyslog in centos service rsyslog restart I'm sure you can see it opened as deleted also if you try something like lsof | grep '/var/log/secure' That will give you the pid/process name of what is holding it open. For ...


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I'm not sure why you think that C:\Windows\Debug would contain such things, but I can assure it doesn't. ACL changes aren't logged by DFS at all, it's just a system of pointers and replication services. If you wanted to track such things, you'd be looking at Auditing. This article describes how to set it up, and although it says it applies Windows 7 and ...


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This fixed my issue, from Kongen! at linuxquestions.org ... In webmin under Networking -> Bandwidth Monitoring click "Turn Off Monitoring" It removes "the kern.=debug -/var/log/bandwidth" from syslog.conf It's a good idea if your are using the system as fileserver. Not only will /var/log/bandwidth fill up your disk but syslogd and klogd will use a lot of ...


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Short Answer: Yes, Delete it. Also delete the entire setup directory. Long Answer: In the past, there have been numerous code-injection vulnerabilities related to phpmyadmin's setup.php. Since the file is only used for initial setup purposes, and is not intended to be used post-installation, there is nothing to be lost, and potentially much to gain, by ...



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