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Sep
11
accepted How to configure dns in centos to resolve internal lan ip
Sep
11
comment How to configure dns in centos to resolve internal lan ip
Problem solved by creating two files for diferent zones. So now i can resolve public ip from WAN and redirected to my server with router NAT. In the other way, i resolve private ip from LAN and have direct access to my server without envolving router. In DHCP i have my DNS server as primary and public one as secondary. This is the way i can access the server with the same domain name from wan or lan.
Sep
11
comment How to configure dns in centos to resolve internal lan ip
The router is configured properly and works fine from wan to lan.
Sep
11
asked How to configure dns in centos to resolve internal lan ip
Sep
3
accepted Currently unreadable sectors on RAID 5 linux drive
Sep
3
asked Currently unreadable sectors on RAID 5 linux drive
Jul
25
comment Red hat script on shutdown
Because K scripts are executed before S ones, so i still need network resources and the system still up before continue shutting down.
Jul
25
awarded  Student
Jul
25
awarded  Commentator
Jul
25
comment Red hat script on shutdown
Just seen that K control scripts doesn´t start if they weren´t executed first as a service, so /var/lock/subsys/<scriptname> must be created before shutdown progress. I really need only execute a script for tar and network copy some files. It must be a reasonable way to do it.
Jul
25
comment Red hat script on shutdown
Yes is executable. Output is: lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 17 Apr 23 17:52 K00abcwait -> ../init.d/abcwait
Jul
25
comment Red hat script on shutdown
Yes is executable.
Jul
25
comment Red hat script on shutdown
Hi, My mistake rc6.d, i really mean rc0.d. About rc scripts it does not work for me. Maybe i´m doing wrong, but i put K01<name> script in rc0.d (linked from /etc/init.d/<name>) and it doesn´t work. The little script just try to make touch file after 120 seconds sleep. Are you sure shutdown process waits for all scripts in rc0.d?
Jul
25
asked Red hat script on shutdown
Jul
12
awarded  Scholar
Jul
12
accepted Windows server backup fails at 40%
Jul
12
answered Windows server backup fails at 40%
Jul
11
suggested rejected edit on Practical SAN Question
Jul
11
comment Windows server backup fails at 40%
Hi, yes it has almost 4 times the original whole disk size free.
Jun
27
comment Windows server backup fails at 40%
I tried different destinations, 2 network drives and one external drive.