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Oct
20
accepted sendmail: complains about “Group writable directory” when that is not the case?
Oct
19
comment sendmail: complains about “Group writable directory” when that is not the case?
If you want to make a quick answer re the root permissions I'd be happy to accept
Oct
19
comment sendmail: complains about “Group writable directory” when that is not the case?
Thanks for input
Oct
19
comment sendmail: complains about “Group writable directory” when that is not the case?
Why would you recommend not using sendmail?
Oct
19
comment sendmail: complains about “Group writable directory” when that is not the case?
Re your sendmail being cute comment - what would you recommend instead?
Oct
19
comment sendmail: complains about “Group writable directory” when that is not the case?
Yes - that was indeed the issue! Doh! Thanks!
Oct
19
asked sendmail: complains about “Group writable directory” when that is not the case?
Jun
15
awarded  Commentator
Jun
15
comment What steps should I take to best attempt to recover a failed software raid5 setup?
/dev/sde1 is failed
May
28
accepted What steps should I take to best attempt to recover a failed software raid5 setup?
May
28
comment What steps should I take to best attempt to recover a failed software raid5 setup?
Thanks once again for your input! My lesson is learned!
May
28
comment What steps should I take to best attempt to recover a failed software raid5 setup?
I realise I may be clutching at straws, but it would be remiss not to ask the question, so please forgive me - is there any middle ground? Something I can do to reassemble the raid myself in order to recover some data?
May
28
comment What steps should I take to best attempt to recover a failed software raid5 setup?
@EEAA Ok, thanks. So you know what I'm going to say next right? No backup! >.< My bad, I know, and I will learn my lesson! In the meantime, is there anything I can do to recover some data?
May
28
comment What steps should I take to best attempt to recover a failed software raid5 setup?
Thanks @EEAA. smartctl says /dev/sdb, /dev/sdc and /dev/sdd are all fine (SMART overall-health self-assessment test result: PASSED). /edv/sde is FAILED: Attribute=Seek_Error_Rate, Type=Pre-fail Is it true that 2 files have failed, or only one, and is there indeed nothing that can be done to recover?
May
27
asked What steps should I take to best attempt to recover a failed software raid5 setup?
May
16
asked Why does IPTraf show multiple MAC addresses for my interfaces?
Aug
12
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Jul
16
awarded  Scholar
Jul
16
accepted cpusets not working - threads aren't running in the cpuset I specified?
Jul
16
answered cpusets not working - threads aren't running in the cpuset I specified?