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Jun
14
accepted Unable to start auditd
Jun
14
answered Unable to start auditd
Jun
14
accepted Nginx massive error.log, am I being DDOSed?
Jun
14
accepted Kernel appears to have no modules
Jun
14
comment Kernel appears to have no modules
I ended up reinstalling CentOS (and upgrading to 6.2) which came with the same kernel, and all the modules are there now.
Jun
14
comment Custom VCL prevents varnish from starting
Sure updated question with solution.
Jun
14
revised Custom VCL prevents varnish from starting
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Jun
14
comment Custom VCL prevents varnish from starting
Found the error sorted. Thanks
Jun
14
accepted Custom VCL prevents varnish from starting
Jun
14
revised Custom VCL prevents varnish from starting
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Jun
14
asked Custom VCL prevents varnish from starting
Jun
14
answered Nginx vhost on non-standard port not working
Jun
14
comment Nginx vhost on non-standard port not working
@hangover Cheers, didn't know about that. It returns nginx: the configuration file /usr/local/nginx/conf/nginx.conf syntax is ok nginx: configuration file /usr/local/nginx/conf/nginx.conf test is successful
Jun
13
asked Nginx vhost on non-standard port not working
Jun
13
accepted Wordpress can't find ssh public and private key pair
Jun
13
answered Wordpress can't find ssh public and private key pair
Jun
12
comment Have a server, need to figure out a method of backup
Sure, I guess I'm just surprised people still use tape as a storage medium.
Jun
12
comment Have a server, need to figure out a method of backup
Why would you use tape in the days of disk?
Jun
11
comment Unable to start auditd
Thanks, there is no auditd folder in /var/run and I am wary of editing the permissions of the /var/run folder as google assures me they are set for a good reason. Shouldn't it be running as root?
Jun
10
comment Kernel appears to have no modules
I wasn't clear enough, yum reinstall kernel returns Package(s) kernel available, but not installed. so my current kernel version is not in any yum repo. However yum install kernel works and adds the new kernel but doesn't replace the old version even after a reboot.