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accepted upgrading to Apache 2.4: VirtualHost Invalid command 'AssignUserID'
Jul
14
revised upgrading to Apache 2.4: VirtualHost Invalid command 'AssignUserID'
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Jul
14
answered upgrading to Apache 2.4: VirtualHost Invalid command 'AssignUserID'
Jul
11
comment upgrading to Apache 2.4: VirtualHost Invalid command 'AssignUserID'
I installed on the new server Apache 2.4 and trying to use VirtualHost configuration files from Apache 2.2. Unfortunately there is no option Apache 2.4 with ITK_MPM, there are options MPM_PREFORK, MPM_WORKER, MPM_EVENT. I use FreeBSD 9.2.
Jul
11
asked upgrading to Apache 2.4: VirtualHost Invalid command 'AssignUserID'
Aug
14
comment Fail2Ban + BIND to ban “DNS format error from X.X.X.X resolving something.com/MX for client Y.Y.Y.Y: invalid response” or not to ban?
Requests from clients meeting the conditions of blocking according to the logs does not arrive. Block third-party IP that fall under the condition seems to me possible without consequences. Especially as their network and the customer can be added to the exceptions.
Aug
14
comment Fail2Ban + BIND to ban “DNS format error from X.X.X.X resolving something.com/MX for client Y.Y.Y.Y: invalid response” or not to ban?
Is doing nothing would be more correct? If I understand correctly record a third-party IP try to use my DNS saying that the request is coming from my clients. If you block only third-party IP guess none of the customers are not affected.
Aug
14
revised Fail2Ban + BIND to ban “DNS format error from X.X.X.X resolving something.com/MX for client Y.Y.Y.Y: invalid response” or not to ban?
update example
Aug
14
comment Fail2Ban + BIND to ban “DNS format error from X.X.X.X resolving something.com/MX for client Y.Y.Y.Y: invalid response” or not to ban?
We have many clients from small networks that are periodically serve incoming administrators. Get rid of viruses and other malicious software from them is impossible. The main task - to reduce the load of these users on the DNS.
Aug
14
asked Fail2Ban + BIND to ban “DNS format error from X.X.X.X resolving something.com/MX for client Y.Y.Y.Y: invalid response” or not to ban?
Jul
22
accepted nagios check_snmp revers - CRITICAL=0 OK=1
Jul
22
comment nagios check_snmp revers - CRITICAL=0 OK=1
The problem was a missing parameter "-s". Thank you!
Jul
19
answered nagios check_snmp revers - CRITICAL=0 OK=1
Jul
19
comment nagios check_snmp revers - CRITICAL=0 OK=1
I can not understand how to work with it: # /usr/local/libexec/nagios/check_snmp -H 192.168.150.200 -o 1.3.6.1.4.1.9.9.91.1.1.1.1.4.13 -c 1 SNMP OK - 1 | iso.3.6.1.4.1.9.9.91.1.1.1.1.4.13=1 and # /usr/local/libexec/nagios/negate /usr/local/libexec/nagios/check_snmp -H 192.168.150.200 -o 1.3.6.1.4.1.9.9.91.1.1.1.1.4.13 -c 1 SNMP OK - 1 | iso.3.6.1.4.1.9.9.91.1.1.1.1.4.13=1
Jul
18
asked nagios check_snmp revers - CRITICAL=0 OK=1
Jul
18
accepted ezjail-admin update -i can't create tank/ezjail/basejail