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comment Nagios check_procs state filter
Link to strstr code which check if provided option to -s contains states if proc: anonscm.debian.org/cgit/pkg-nagios/pkg-nagios-plugins.git/tree/…
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answered NSCA passive stale --> multiple hanging nrpe processes?
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answered Should /etc/localtime be a symlink or a file?
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accepted Is there any bad thing happens if I change /etc/ldap/slapd.d/cn=config.ldif manually?
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comment What does 'nice' mean on CPU utilization graphs?
I upvoted, but correct me if I'm wrong: I got this from man 1 iostat `` %nice: Show the percentage of CPU utilization that occurred while executing at the user level with nice priority.``. It seem not CPU time.
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comment Understanding mod_rewrite syntax
read this: serverfault.com/questions/214512/…
Apr
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comment segmentation fault trying to start ldap
I don't use postgresql as backend of LDAP, so I don't know that problem. But you can update here your errors when your slapd failed. For postgres as backend, you can check this tut darold.net/projects/ldap_pg/HOWTO
Apr
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comment segmentation fault trying to start ldap
where do you get that slapd.conf file? My 12.04 installation do not have that file, and FYI, ldap is now use slapd-config backend, you will change you config with ldapmodify, not manually change text file. You should change loglevel to 256 or 16383 to get more information about error (in /var/log/syslog)