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Aug
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comment TFTP PUT Failing Across Hosts
Thanks. Tried that and the result is the same. Transfer Timed Out. -rw-rw-rw- 1 root root 0 Aug 19 15:22 AUDIT_2014-08-18.log
Aug
19
comment TFTP PUT Failing Across Hosts
@ewwhite Sorry, the file that I'm trying to send from the host to the tftp server? -rw-r--r-- 1 root root 8821 Aug 18 17:59 AUDIT_2014-08-18.log
Aug
19
comment TFTP PUT Failing Across Hosts
drwxrwxrwx 2 root root 4096 Aug 19 14:55 tftpboot
Aug
19
asked TFTP PUT Failing Across Hosts
Aug
18
accepted Bash Script to Compress / Transfer / Remove Log Files
Aug
18
comment Bash Script to Compress / Transfer / Remove Log Files
Thank you again - I really appreciate the help. OK, so those modifications worked. However, it is compressing each file individually. What I am trying to do is to create a single zip file that contains all of the individual log files from the previous month. So, for example, LOG.ZIP would contain APACHE_ACCESS_2014-07-01.log, APACHE_ACCESS_2014-07-02.log, etc. Is that possible or do I need to have a zip file for each day?
Aug
18
comment Bash Script to Compress / Transfer / Remove Log Files
Thank you for the reply! OK, that code makes sense so I tried the following: #! /bin/bash LOG_BASE=$(date --date="1 month ago" +/WEB/LOGS/APACHE_ACCESS_%Y-%m) for file in $LOG_BASE-*.LOG ; do /usr/bin/zip TEST.zip done but get an error that says zip error: Nothing to do! (TEST.zip)
Aug
18
asked Bash Script to Compress / Transfer / Remove Log Files
Aug
9
asked PHP and Text Area Triggering Mod_Security
Aug
6
accepted Modsecurity Preventing Access to WSDL
Aug
6
comment Modsecurity Preventing Access to WSDL
Thanks! I moved the WSDL to a sub folder and created the exemption within the vhost for that folder. That seemed to do the trick. Appreciate the help!
Aug
5
asked Modsecurity Preventing Access to WSDL
Sep
16
awarded  Editor
Sep
16
revised NFS Share with root for anonuid / anongid
Mistake in OS version numbers
Sep
16
comment NFS Share with root for anonuid / anongid
Thank you! I made a small mistake in my original post. The SERVER is CentOS 5.7 and the CLIENT is 6.4. Assuming the same bug still applies? Thanks!
Sep
16
asked NFS Share with root for anonuid / anongid
Apr
22
awarded  Tumbleweed
Apr
8
comment Get Rsync status for output
That'd work actually - thank you!
Apr
8
asked Get Rsync status for output
Apr
8
accepted Rsync Include and Exclude with Dates