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Sep
10
comment Install Python setuptools on CentOS 6
did you compile python3.3 without zlib-devel available?
Aug
23
awarded  Custodian
Aug
23
reviewed Approve inotify in bash script doesn't work with ldapadd command
Aug
23
comment inotify in bash script doesn't work with ldapadd command
I'm not sure that's a permanent solution, you could still be mving a file without the complete contents yet. It's kind of like adding a sleep 1 after the event has been detected, it might make the process work more often than not, but it's still open to failure on a slow network transfer, for example.
Aug
23
comment inotify in bash script doesn't work with ldapadd command
I was expecting you would do that in the remote script that creates the user.ldif file!? i'e gen ldif && scp ldif remote:/tmp/user.ldif.tmp && ssh remote "mv /tmp/user.ldif.tmp /home/user/newldif/user.ldif" or some such. Where did you do the copy?
Aug
23
revised inotify in bash script doesn't work with ldapadd command
added file check to script.
Aug
23
comment inotify in bash script doesn't work with ldapadd command
Sorry, what is inotifywait...? If you're copying a remote file then, the file is created locally, then copied over the network, then closed. You are watching the 'create' event. Trying copying to user.ldif.tmp, then moving to user.ldif. Alternatively, what does code above produce?
Aug
23
comment inotify in bash script doesn't work with ldapadd command
that same ldap command works outside of the script though?
Aug
23
answered inotify in bash script doesn't work with ldapadd command
Aug
20
revised Force local TCP packets over network segment for capture
removed formatting from code
Aug
19
comment Apache configuration - rewrite rule for all virtual hosts
Well that might go some way to explaining why the access config isn't working as well. What appears in the error log when you make that request? Does anything else appear in the error log during apache startup? If nothing useful can you increase the loglevel to debug and try again.
Aug
19
comment Apache configuration - rewrite rule for all virtual hosts
Do your Alias and Rewrite rules all work as you expect on res.domain.com/api if you remove the access restrictions on /website/res?
Aug
19
answered Force local TCP packets over network segment for capture
Aug
18
revised Check version using Chef
clarity about logging/attributes
Aug
18
answered Check version using Chef
Aug
16
answered Apache configuration - rewrite rule for all virtual hosts
Jun
21
awarded  Yearling
Mar
5
comment Can two servers map to the same domain name?
Ah.. well CORS requires some headers to be set on the response from the domain you are sending the request to, your subdomain, to allow the requesting domain access. If you don't control the sub domain server then you'll probably need the proxy for your XSS. If you could add the headers, you can dump the IFrame and load the data into a div with Ajax and modify as needed.
Mar
5
comment Can two servers map to the same domain name?
What do you mean by "access Javascript code"? There are some things you can enable across domains which might make the proxy problem go away. Like CORS headers for cross domain Ajax calls.
Feb
28
comment High Load Average with modest CPU Utilization and almost no IO
Actually, scratch that. It appears that kernel doesn't enumerate the stolen value so you will need to check for the "READY" counters in ESX for your vmm. Are these VM's ready values higher than others? Do they have any entitlements, shares, limits set lower in ESX?