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sssd was added to RHEL 5 with the RHEL 5.6 service pack. Bring the systems up to date, (the current release is RHEL 5.11) and you will then have access to it. And, do not run RHEL without a subscription.


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First you need to install the correct rpmforge-release package. Download it and use rpm -U --oldpackage to install it over the wrong package. Second, you need to clean the cached yum metadata that it had. Use yum clean all to get rid of everything. Third, use yum distro-sync to downgrade any packages that were installed for the wrong distribution. (And ...


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First, delete your virtual machine with the command virsh undefine Virtual_Client_RHEL_6-KVM Then, remove the disk file using virsh vol-delete /var/lib/libvirt/images/Virtual_Client_RHEL_6-KVM.qcow2 If you have problem with text-only virsh, please install the virt-manager package to use a graphical client.


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Check the output of hostnamectl status then make adjustments to the hostname as appropriate using the hostnamectl utility.


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For your Linux systems the short answer is: talk against the RHN Satellite API. The longer answer is that much depends on how you have implemented your release management within Satellite and your workflow's with regards to Errata (the Red Hat terminology for bug fixes and security updates). If your organisation followed the common practice to clone the ...


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One other option is to make a directory /var/run/tomcat and chown it to tomcat:tomcat. Then change your init script to # pidfile: /var/run/tomcat/tomcat.pid export CATALINA_PID=/var/run/tomcat/tomcat.pid


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To see the latest version of sssd that is supported by RHEL5, use yum info and yum check-update. stefanl@rhel5:~ $ cat /etc/issue Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server release 5.11 (Tikanga) Kernel \r on an \m stefanl@rhel5:~ $ yum info sssd --quiet Available Packages Name : sssd Arch : x86_64 Version : 1.5.1 Release : 71.el5 A quick note ...


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Based on the output the file command: corina_annual_Linux2.4_RedHat9_2016_07_10.lnx: ELF 32-bit LSB executable, Intel 80386, version 1 (SYSV), dynamically linked (uses shared libs), for GNU/Linux 2.6.18, BuildID[sha1]=5598b66dab2a01af6570e5dbad3dcbdca5a9610c, not stripped The file name seems to indicate it is a version for Red Hat Linux 9 which ...


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You can check latest source package versions on their public ftp server. ftp://ftp.redhat.com/pub/redhat/linux/enterprise/6Server/en/os/SRPMS/


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AFAIK that external logging is a yum extra and not available natively with rpm. You can query the RPM database, rpm -qa --last gives a history of when the current RPM packages were installed, but no information on package deletes.


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While you could write a customer profile or modify one of the existing, I'd recommend tuned-adm profile enterprise-storage based on your hardware information. If you need more changes beyond that, just use "enterprise-storage" as a baseline.



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