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While max_allowed_packet does usually work in most cases. This problem is actually a bug in the Zabbix database connection. So to answer the question you have to patch or use Zabbix version 2.5.0 or above. source: https://support.zabbix.com/browse/ZBX-6163
If you want to timeout remote commands that are started non-interactively using ssh, you could use something like this : ( sleep $timeout && kill -9 0 ) 2>/dev/null & $cmd; RC=$? ; pkill -P $! ; exit $RC;
There are many possible reasons for the symptoms you see. However the most common reason is a PMTU discovery issue. The simplest workaround for a PMTU discovery problem is to reduce the MTU used on either the client or the server. If there are multiple network interfaces, you only need to reduce the MTU on the network interface used to send packets between ...
See the mysql bug that could be applied to you. Apparently you can get rid of this error limiting the "table_open_cache" configuration to a higher number (500)
I have solved the problem myself, in the end it was not a Samba problem at all, but a Windows problem. The solution was to add a batch file that sets the credentials for netenab when Windows boots. The batch file contains: net use \\netenab\kie /user:wildfly wildfly And i needed to place it into C:\Users[USER]\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\Windows\Start ...
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