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You can use the Remi repository (http://rpms.famillecollet.com/enterprise/7/) or the Red Hat Software Collections (somewhat harder to configure/enable, but more "trusty" as they directly come from Red Hat).


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I see this frequently and it's always outside of the mongod process. DNS resolver issues, TCP/IP stack problems, network links, physical hardware, etc. Work your way out from the mongod process. Check networking errors on your host OS, check physical links (if physical is in the equation), check your cloud provider between the two servers if you're spanning ...


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You may use the bootloader section in the kickstart file to suppress predictable network interface names. Adding net.ifnames=0 and [if needed] biosdevname=0 to the --append should do what you're asking. bootloader --location=mbr --append="net.ifnames=0 biosdevname=0" Note that I've excluded the defaults rhgb quiet crashkernel=auto from the --append, it ...


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Look into projects like pulp and mrepo. Personally I'd go for pulp which have really matured and can serve a bunch of different repositories, including yum. It has a good API and can mirror and create and clone the yum repos. It requires RHEL, CentOS or fedora to run om though. Other options include "createrepo" command, artifactory pro and several smaller ...


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create a RHEL mirror ir fair simple. You got the reposync utility (assuming you are hosting the repo in a RHEL server) For SuSE , I don't know the procedure. Check official Red Hat docs: https://access.redhat.com/solutions/23016


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The ability to configure bonded interfaces in your kickstart if a pretty recent addition in the RHEL line of releases; and possibly 6.4 was the first to support it. Have you tried with a 6.6? From the RHEL 6.4 Release Notes Configuring Bonding The bond boot option and the --bondslaves and --bondopts kickstart options can now be used to configure ...


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Unlike RHEL5, RHEL6 requires ssl certificates (more specifically TLS) to connect to openldap. I went round and round trying to find a workaround and finally settled with the fact that using a ssl certificate was easier and more secure than finding a way not to use it. This link might help: ...


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To resolve the error checking for the location of zlib... configure: error: memcache support requires ZLIB. Use --with-zlib-dir=<DIR> to specify prefix where ZLIB include and library are located, run the command: yum install zlib-devel


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You may need to use semanage port -m -t http_port_t -p tcp 6379 If semanage is missing then add the package policycoreutils-python yum install policycoreutils-python


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Are you experiencing any issue? What does your RAM usage looks like? (ex. free -m) It's perfectly normal for Linux to use whatever's RAM available for caching - some of it will show through slabtop (dentries, inodes, etc.) and the rest through free -m' cached memory (pagecache/swapcache). /proc/sys/vm/vfs_cache_pressure controls the proportions by which ...


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Check to make sure that ntpd is synched with the domain controller. I had the same problem until today I noticed a 45 min time difference between the offending server and the domain controller. Once I ran ntpdate it worked fine.


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Finally I ignore https and change define( 'FORCE_SSL_ADMIN', true ); in .openshift/config to false, then set http for both siteurl and home.


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As you said, your siteurl and home in your WP options are wrong. You just need to fix them. Since you put CloudFlare in front of your site and enabled the HTTPS option, your URL actually begins with https:. But the WordPress URL has http:. Change them to https:.


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I know it's a bit late but this worth to answer(maybe save a little time for someone else) you can use this command to installing on RHEL or CentOS sudo yum --enablerepo remi,remi-php56 install php56u php56u-common php56u-mysqlnd php56u-cli php56u-pecl-mongo php56u-gd php56u-mbstring php56u-mcrypt php56u-xml -y in fact you just needed to replace php with ...


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Just use shell command postcat -qbh queueid | sendmail -f sender forward_address@example.com Source: man postcat, man sendmail and this thread Postfix: change sender in queued messages


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You are using a customized path for your log file, so selinux is blocking you. Try to issue setenforce 0 and to restart rsyslog. If it now work, it is confirmed that your problem was selinux. To permanently correct that while continue to use selinux, you need to issue semanage fcontext -a -t var_log_t '/opt/rsyslog(/.*)?'; restorecon -RF /opt/rsyslog ...


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IPtables applies rules from the top down in the list. If there are Allow Rules before a Reject, the Allow rules will take precedent. To block a Network range it needs to be added at the beginning of the IPTables Rules. iptables -I INPUT 1 -s 172.16.0.0/16 -j REJECT Will insert a Reject rule for the network 172.16.0.0/16 as the fist line in IPtables. A ...


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It is an overlap between one execution of the script and the one made an hour later. Sometimes the new execution writes its first line before the first execution has written its last two lines. The first two lines are from the last execution made on 2015-04-26. When they are written the date is the 2015-04-27 since the log file used is based on the time at ...


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You miss the optional repository: rhn-channel --add --channel=rhel-x86_64-server-optional-6 Once you added this channel, you will find the git-all and git-svn packages. [root@ls406135 ~]# yum install git-svn Loaded plugins: rhnplugin This system is receiving updates from RHN Classic or RHN Satellite. ... ...


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Auditd and a remote syslog server, as a root user could potentially alter any local logs. Some more details can be found here.



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