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I have a similar problem. When doing a netstat -an |grep 3306, it returns tcp6 0 0 *.3306 *.* LISTEN Setting localhost to "::1" in the php script sort of 'solves' the problem. Seems strange but might be a hint for you.
In OpenBSD 5.7 ssh-keygen uses SHA256 for the default fingerprint hash. You're looking for the MD5 hash of the fingerprint: # ssh-keygen -l -E md5 -f /etc/ssh/ssh_host_ecdsa_key.pub
If you have OpenBSD 4.1 or 4.3 , You have to do : rdr pass inet proto tcp from 192.168.231.0/24 to any port 80 -> 192.168.231.1 port 3129 block in pass in quick on $int_if pass in quick on $wi_if pass out keep state And if you have OpenBSD 4.4 or higher You have to do : set skip on $int_if set skip on $wi_if IPv6: pass in quick inet6 proto tcp from ...
You could always put a hypervisor beneath it (ESXi free will definitely work with an 82574, and pfsense 2.x will work with the Intel emulations ESXi provides :). Also makes upgrade management/testing a snap...
Your /var/www/var/run/mysql points to /var/run/mysql. By the directory structure I presume, you are chrooting your apache/php into /var/www. It probably is a default of OpenBSD. When chrooted into /var/www your link actually becomes /var/run/mysql -> /var/run/mysql, which is pretty much infinite loop. You either need to provide socket inside that ...
Most of OpenBSD’s internal daemons are already privilege separated and chrooted.
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