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mysql.server should be in /usr/local/mysql/support-files So : sudo /usr/local/mysql/support-files/mysql.server restart


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Update: As of March 2015 truncate is no longer available in Homebrew as a standalone formula. As truncate is part of GNU Coreutils you should install it on OS X with the following command: > brew install coreutils After installation truncate will be available under the name gtruncate. Note that all programs from Coreutils will be available with the ...


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The issue is not related to VMs at all! I discovered the cause of the issue on the host system's TCP/IP configuration after more trial & error. The issue was located here: System Preferences > Network > Advanced > TCP/IP tab > DHCP Client ID field I had input the host name of the computer in this field. I removed it, and the erroneous MAC addresses ...


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Wouldn't it just be easier to throw the machines behind a simple loadbalancer or NAT? That's generally more of an industry-standard practice, anyway, and would allow you to further scale the application over time.


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If the services you are accessing are all accessed by name then I'd just create a host entry with in the hosts file on your dev machines. For example, if your machine was called myserver and resolved to 1.2.3.4 Then you can now create a host file entry /etc/hosts with myserver 5.6.7.8 Anything that now tries to reach myserver will end up hitting the ...


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Can you just offer the "old" address from the "new" server ala sub-interface, or is the new address in a totally different subnet? If you can't attach the new IP to the new server, then you haven't really moved the address. To route traffic across the old address to the new server, you need to NAT the address in the old subnet. Traffic would land on the ...


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Here's a version of Dave's script, which also checks if the user/group exists before creating it: #!/bin/sh # creates service account user similar to Linux adduser command # to view existing users and ids try: # dscl . -readall /Users UniqueID | sort -nk 2 die () { echo >&2 "$@" exit 1 } echo "Usage: sudo $0 username uid realname" echo "NOTES: ...


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Unfortunately, configuration management tools don't really work well for desktop machines. It is much better to use a tool like Vagrant (as you have). Vagrant is an open-source virtualization software that allows you to replicate environments via hypervisors. On my Mac, I use it with Oracle's VirtualBox (mostly for Chef testing). VirtualBox is also free. ...


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It seems this product: http://www.acronis.com/en-us/mobility/mac-windows-compatibility/ provides AFP access and allows for clients to search for files and retrieve near-instant results. It also provides faster performance over SMB and comes with a lot of other options, such as file naming policies and enforcement (to ensure Windows client compatibility). The ...


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I can--with some futzing--get SMTP plaintext auth disabled via Server.app, though it doesn't stick very well (certainly doesn't survive a reboot or restart of the Mail service, and sometimes even gets lost while poking around in Server.app). I realized that, as a temporary workaround, that I can at least automatically notify if the 'PLAIN' & 'LOGIN' ...


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https://discussions.apple.com/message/12067045#12067045 I would recommend you these steps: Disable IPv6 support: System Preferences > Network > Advanced > TCP/IP Tab > change Configure IPv6 to Link-local only check if this solution helped Tune kernel parameters via terminal A) Immediately applied - when system is running changes are applied, but ...


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I found some other related Oracle documentation and found that the DBA sign-in username is system. That seems to have worked for me.


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2015-03-09T14:47:22.424+0000 I STORAGE [initandlisten] exception in initAndListen: 98 Unable to create/open lock file: /data/db/mongod.lock errno:13 Permission denied Is a mongod instance already running?, terminating Read the danged log line. Check for the existence of /data/db/, then check for the existence of a lock file at /data/db/mongod.lock. It's ...


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I was able to get this working using the ifconfig and pfctl commands on Mac 10.10.2. With the following approach I'm successfully mapping 127.0.0.1:3000 to mydomain.com locally on my machine. In your command line enter the following two commands to forward connections to 127.0.0.1:3000 to 10.0.0.1: sudo ifconfig lo0 10.0.0.1 alias echo "rdr pass on lo0 ...


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The answer is similar to the one you linked to. In the file /System/Library/LaunchDaemons/ssh.plist, you need to edit the Listeners item. The IP address can be specified with they key SockNodeName. When you're done, the Listeners part of the file should look something like this: <key>Listeners</key> <dict> ...


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sshd has a ListenAddress config option. i do not know if OS/X has a new enough version of ssh for this. i have used this on an older Ubuntu server to get sshd to listen on port 443 with Apache listening to the same port on another IP.


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After wrestling with this for a long time, I added a simple function to my .bash_profile to make this easier: pgctl_func() { if [ -z $1 ]; then echo "usage: pgctl start|stop|restart" return 0 fi pgctl_cmd=$(mktemp -t "$0") echo 'source $HOME/pg_env.sh; ' > pgctl_cmd echo "pg_ctl -m fast $1" >> pgctl_cmd sudo ...


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This is/was a missing feature in the samba client. In samba 4.2 there is the vfs_fruit module to overcome this restrictions - see the mailing list thread https://lists.samba.org/archive/samba/2014-December/187545.html for more details. With the vfs_fruit module you can do: vfs objects = catia fruit streams_xattr fruit:encoding = native And samba ...


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You probably have to adjust your Terminal settings using Terminal --> Preferences --> Settings --> Advanced --> (un)check Delete sends Control-H To troubleshoot and see what your Backspace is actually sending, enable network data debug in your Telnet by: telnet set netdata o [the Windows server name or IP] Now all characters sent (back and forth) will ...


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For me it works, when i additional set ControlPath none within the host stanzas, maybe you can try: Host *.unfuddle.com ControlMaster no ControlPath none Then no Control Session will be generated. HTH, tim



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