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Aug
10
comment What would cause a user to change userid on login?
The user is gitauth in AD. Our sysadmins are looking at it now.
Aug
10
comment What would cause a user to change userid on login?
gitauth:x:398473190:398473190:gitauth:/home/gitauth:/bin/bash gitauth:x:398473190:398473190:gitauth:/home/gitauth:/bin/bash gitauth:x:398473190:398473190:gitauth:/home/gitauth:/bin/bash
Aug
10
comment What would cause a user to change userid on login?
Excellent, that helps.
Aug
10
comment What would cause a user to change userid on login?
passwd: centrifydc files
Aug
10
comment What would cause a user to change userid on login?
Props to anyone who helps :)
Aug
10
comment What would cause a user to change userid on login?
Yes, that's the question.
Dec
12
comment How to backup 20+TB of data?
Also consider doing a differential instead of an incremental backup. You'll need more storage, but restores will be easier, faster, and less error-prone.
Apr
3
comment How can I run hunspell on a list of files with xargs?
That does the trick, thanks.
Feb
15
comment How to show available disks on a Linux system?
I wish I could give half an upvote. ;) 'cat /proc/partitions' works fine, 'ls /dev/sd*' will sometimes work, but won;t necessarily list all drives. so, for example: <pre> root>cat /proc/partitions major minor #blocks name 202 0 5242880 xvda 202 16 262144 xvdb 202 32 5242880 xvdc root>ls /dev/sd* ls: cannot access /dev/sd*: No such file or directory </pre>
Oct
16
comment Problem with GWT behind a reverse proxy - either nginx or apache
Scratch that - it didn't fix the problem. Maybe it really is a GWT bug.
Oct
16
comment Problem with GWT behind a reverse proxy - either nginx or apache
It took me a while to figure this out, but it finally dawned on me that my problem was that I was doing the rewrite in the location context, and it needed to be in the server context: rewrite ^/(.*)$ /stuff/$1; location /stuff/ { proxy_pass backend/stuff; }