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perhaps, you clean up apache's logs recently? if so, try to restart apache after that as well and you should regain your space back. run fsck as your filesystem may be corrupted. few ways to clean up your logs: setup logrorate (better way). echo > $FILE (dirty way).


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When you see a numeric UID rather than a name it means simply that your host cannot resolve that UID. E.g. there is no entry in the nameservice. That is all. Quite where it came from is an entirely different mystery, and not easy to answer without more detail. I would start by checking your LDAP directory, or other name service to see if there is a UID 518 ...


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You have to press <CTRL-A> <A> <CTRL-D> sequentially. <CTRL-A> <A> sends control symbol to the inner screen while <CTRL-A> - to the outermost one.


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Let's look your cases: su - will run a /bin/sh as the root user using the root environment. The root password is needed and logging MAY be logged depending on syslog settings (usually is by default to /var/log/auth.log). sudo /bin/sh will run shell as the root user using the current set of environment variables (with some exceptions as would be ...


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Create a rsa auth key public/private pair using: ssh-keygen If you don't want to be prompted for a password, don't enter anything for the passphrase. then take the content of the public key and cat it to the server side user's .ssh/authorized_keys file. You can ftp the pub key to the server users .ssh directory. cat ~/.ssh/your_id_rsa.pub >> ...


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Easy. Just create an SSH password-less key on your system like this. Below is an example using a local sandbox setup I have using Ubunbtu 12.04 but should work well for most any modern Linux/Unix setup. First, create the key: ssh-keygen -t rsa You will then get the following prompts. Just hit Enter (with no other typing) for each item: Enter file in ...


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Reverse DNS doesn't work that way. The nameserver for those IP addresses is dennis@spirit:~$ dig -t NS 76.175.69.in-addr.arpa 76.175.69.in-addr.arpa. 21599 IN NS ns2.singlehop.com. 76.175.69.in-addr.arpa. 21599 IN NS ns1.singlehop.com. 76.175.69.in-addr.arpa. 21599 IN NS ns3.singlehop.com. So you need to contact them (or possibly use your ...


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Quote from traceroute Wikipedia page: On Unix-like operating systems, the traceroute utility uses User Datagram Protocol (UDP) datagrams by default, with destination port numbers ranging from 33434 to 33534. The traceroute utility usually has an option to instead use ICMP Echo Request (type 8) packets, like the Windows tracert utility does, or to ...


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www.creativealchemyhealing.com is not the same as creativealchemyhealing.com you need another A record for that one, or a cname for example www.creativealchemyhealing.com. 300 IN A 54.183.25.131


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A symlink is not a copy of a file, the link is a pointer to another file. Changing the data either by using the filename or the link name does not result in a two different files, which would be the case with a real copy. Removing the original doesn't retain (a copy of) the data at the location of the symlink, instead you get what's called a broken ...


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The df command uses the statfs system call to find out the actual status of the filesystem usage. This statfs system call uses the actual filesystem driver of the given filesystem, which uses this information from the filesystem metadata on the hard disk. I am nearly sure, that your problem is that this filesystem metadata on your hard disk is broken. In ...


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The statistics reported by df are obviously bogus. The root cause is likely a Solaris 10 df bug that was fixed around eight years ago. You should make sure you are up to date with patches !


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No, it does not have this function built in. There are solutions to this though. The probably best is, to tell the uploading program to upload it with a different name, e.g. file-whatever.txt.incomplete and once the upload is completed rename it it the normal name. The advantage is: The rename is fast (since the file is on the same filesystem). If a ...


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Solaris (Oracle), AIX (IBM) and HP-UX (HP) are commercial Unix implementations.


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Probably a lot less expensive than you're after, but by your definition OSX (with server add-on) would also fit the bill.


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Thank you tschundeee for what I consider to be the ultimate answer to this issue, wish I could just comment but here is the total configuration for those trying to accomplish the original goal (wildcards all pointing to same codebase -- install nothing, dev environment ie, XAMPP) hosts file (add an entry) file: /etc/hosts (non-windows) 127.0.0.1 ...


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Given you already have AD in house I recommend considering freeipa/Redhat IDM set up as a trusted domain of active directory. Besides being free, this allows you to use all existing user & group information in AD, while setting access controls and policies in ipa. You also get kerberos & sso potential. Ipa in this setup presents ad groups as ...


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The only standard protocol I know of with this capability is MPTCP. It is transparent to the application layer, so SSH on top of MPTCP should just work. It can run the underlying TCP connections over different paths with different IPs, so in principle it could be used to migrate your SSH connection in and out of the VPN connection depending on whether the ...



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