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Feb
3
comment Network bridging - what's the point?
arent bridges also replaced by routers then? besides the physical part on a switch/L2 device
Feb
3
comment CentOS Cannot resolve any hostnames
@Håvid Falch makes a good point also.
Feb
3
answered CentOS Cannot resolve any hostnames
Feb
3
comment CentOS Cannot resolve any hostnames
Let us continue this discussion in chat.
Feb
3
comment CentOS Cannot resolve any hostnames
no dont comment it. It should be there. Can you please explain how you are testing this? from a browser on a different machine?
Feb
3
comment CentOS Cannot resolve any hostnames
a reason for a server to not look at your /etc/hosts file first could be because of a line in your /etc/nsswitch.conf file. 'hosts: files dns' this displays the order of resources to check when resolving a hostname. Also you are checking from a different IP and not locally? I might have not picked up on that. if thats the case you either need to check if that domainname is present in the DNS or you can test this by adding the same line in your own hosts file.
Feb
3
comment CentOS Cannot resolve any hostnames
what is the content of /etc/resolv.conf? You list all kinds of configurations but not the one that matters. In resolv.conf you configure your dns servers. Also in nsswitch.conf what do you have configured for hosts?
Sep
24
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Jul
7
comment Cannot start/stop/restart service: MySQL Daemon failed to start
try and start it interactivly
Jun
12
comment What's the best way to mitigate NFS and sudo?
it seems to me your already working out of the broomcloset if you are bypassed. Imho.. lay down the law.. and be a gentle god..
Jun
11
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Jun
6
comment How to prevent https:// being accessible from domains without a certificate?
and SSL requires a unique IP per (v)host if u aren't using wildcard certificates
Jun
6
accepted YUM, “patchlevel” and the DTAP street on redhat/centos
Jun
6
comment YUM, “patchlevel” and the DTAP street on redhat/centos
I indeed have some exclusions for important software (database etc) It just seemed really awkward that there wasnt "a button" I started using puppet a couple months ago. We will look into it for config mgmnt. Thanks for the input
Jun
6
comment YUM, “patchlevel” and the DTAP street on redhat/centos
I was afraid of this ;-( was hoping I overlooked something.. but thanks for the answer!
Jun
6
comment How to prevent https:// being accessible from domains without a certificate?
I think this explains 1 or 2 things: serverfault.com/questions/126554/…
Jun
6
revised YUM, “patchlevel” and the DTAP street on redhat/centos
edited title
Jun
6
asked YUM, “patchlevel” and the DTAP street on redhat/centos
May
14
comment my.cnf doesn't work in my server
maybe this can help you to determine which file is being used stackoverflow.com/questions/580331/…
May
14
comment my.cnf doesn't work in my server
did u check the log files?