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comment How to isolate Google Gmail SMTP server IPs directly?
In actuality I wanted inbound smtp servers, but I also found some real value in DTK's response as well. If another answer for inbound were posted, I'd accept it, but I have since moved on as I found a work around that kind of get's me to where I needed to go (yet a real answer would be helpful).
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comment Printer on OS X not printing across VPN subnets
@joeqwerty well I have actually done that. The jobs never arrive to the print server proper.
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comment How to setup multiple OpenVPN connections on a server for a single localhost app to use on CentOS 6.5?
@Zoredache so I really liked you're suggestion about using LXC's. I essentially had this working via docker, but now am getting an openvpn Tainted panic when firing them off on CentOS 6.5 oddly enough. Same error, it would seem, in an OpenVZ CentOS 5 bug report, even though I'm not using OpenVZ. <sigh> But looks nice in theory and we had a great dockfile built up for it as well that worked okay on Ubuntu.
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comment How to setup multiple OpenVPN connections on a server for a single localhost app to use on CentOS 6.5?
@Zoredache I really would like to get this scenario working and eliminate the EC2 setup. I have been using that for some time and it is just too costly and this provides a much more cost effective solution for this scenario. Fortunately this is neither a spam nor scam scenario.
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revised How to setup multiple OpenVPN connections on a server for a single localhost app to use on CentOS 6.5?
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awarded  Yearling
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revised How to monitor and list modified files server wide for brief periods of time?
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comment How to monitor and list modified files server wide for brief periods of time?
See my solution. sysdig works fantastically.
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answered How to monitor and list modified files server wide for brief periods of time?
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comment How to monitor and list modified files server wide for brief periods of time?
Well lsof is not entirely responsive enough to yield the realtime results that I'm hoping to achieve.
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comment How to monitor and list modified files server wide for brief periods of time?
In this case I am search for all files that various processes modify during certain intervals. These processes are varied and many. I am simply needing to find what files they are modifying as some of these processes are storing data in non standard locations as well as keeping logs in non standard locations and I need to understand where these files are and what they are so that I can isolate various issues happening in each of these processes configurations.
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comment How to monitor and list modified files server wide for brief periods of time?
@ewwhite why is more context needed? As stated, I am simply wanting to monitor all files that are modified (or created) server-wide. All files. There's nothing else to add. This is for a specific purpose that is not necessary to explain further except that I need this capability. I want to be able to then grep through the output as needed to filter out the paths that I don't want if any exist, etc.
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comment How to monitor and list modified files server wide for brief periods of time?
Yeah, I was thinking about this, but I was hoping for some specific examples towards the goal outlined.