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Yes. RFC 1033 states: "NS records for a domain exist in both the zone that delegates the domain, and in the domain itself" and therefore NS records can not be omitted completely. Glue records are only needed when the name-servers are within the same zone as the domain. By registering all your domains on the same name-servers you already reduce the effort ...


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Use /bin/su rather than sudo. That uses root's password.


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You're missing listen, like one of these: listen 127.0.0.1:8000; listen 127.0.0.1; listen 8000; listen *:8000; listen localhost:8000; reference: Module ngx_http_core_module


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try adding this: `ssh-agent -s` ssh-add ~/.ssh/id_rsa in this way the ssh-agent does not start a new shell, it just launches itself in the background and spits out the shell commands to set the appropriate environment variables. As said in the comment, maybe you do not want to run the agent at all on the remote host, but rather on the box you are working ...


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You need to add include apt at the top of your class, before the apt::source declaration: the error is saying it can't find apt::things because it doesn't know what the higher scope apt is. The include apt will use various defaults, if you want to change them you'll need to instead use a declaration such as: class { 'apt': always_apt_update => true, ...


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The actual version of affected OpenSSL version in Ubuntu 12.04LTS is 1.0.1-4ubuntu5.11 and current version is 1.0.1-4ubuntu5.21 (the number at the end matters here). It's been patched a few times since and should not be affected by heartbleed bug. Here's a link from which you can see affected version numbers in different distributions: ...


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I don't exactly remember where is it, but the file you want to change is : my.cnf. Most of the time he is located in /etc/my.cnf or /etc/mysql/my.cnf or directly in you datadir. Put this parameter below [mysqld] and restart the service. Edit : Maybe here : /opt/lampp/etc/my.cnf


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For Ubuntu, I think Upstart is what you are looking for. http://askubuntu.com/questions/19320/how-to-enable-or-disable-services This AskUbuntu question has excellent info on getting started with what you are doing. In a nutshell, copy the following to /etc/init/mybinary.conf. description "My Binary" author "Jakub Arnold ...


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Firstly, I would recommend against root login over SSH, it's a known user account and makes brute forcing password a bit easier. Again, this really isn't recommended. Instead create a user and use public key authentication instead of password authentication. And then the actual answer, you have following set in the configuration: PermitRootLogin ...


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Now problem is that I cannot see those volumes using df -h command but those volumes can be seen from lsblk command. Why is that a problem? These commands show different things in the first place. df displays you filesystem status, which means it'll only list mounted devices (it has nothing to show for unmounted ones – but, on the other hand, it also ...


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So I suppose this can be an answer now. Looks like your tests were run as root user. and your service is running as logstash. Your logs from tests do not show any errors. But I think your problem is with file permissions. Please check that config files are readable for user logstash and log files are writable for him. Plus, since that process should be able ...


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I don't know the details of the network configuration files of recent Debian releases, but you should achevie what you want following these steps: remove base interface (bond0) IP using the command "ip addr flush dev bond0" or "ifconfig bond0 ip 0.0.0.0" insert an iptables rules that drop any traffic coming from the untagged interface (bond0) using the ...


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I have had similar problem. My lo vanished after turning off IPv6 (via sysctl) and rebooting the server. To be more precise: it was being created but without any IP set up. So it was visible under ifconfig -a but not under plain ifconfig. So in my case it helped to change /etc/network/interfaces loopback entry to: auto lo iface lo inet static address ...



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