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Oct
26
comment How to start/stop/restart launchd services from the command line?
I can see "com.openssh.sshd" in that list, so I guess that config is "loaded". Now, how come for example sudo launchctl start com.openssh.sshd doesn't do anything, not evan fail with an error message, even less so actually launch anything?
Oct
26
comment How to start/stop/restart launchd services from the command line?
In addition, launchctl list does not complain but does not show everything, sudo launchctl list is needed for that.
Oct
26
comment How to start/stop/restart launchd services from the command line?
But reading the man-page does not tell me what the equivalent of either invoke-rc.d my-little-daemon restart is ... It refers to "job_label" but does not tell me how to list the "job_label"s available.
Oct
26
comment How to start/stop/restart launchd services from the command line?
Even though the topic doesn't mention apache in particular, I should have anticipated this interpretation.... I'm sorry, but that was not what I was looking for :)
Oct
26
revised How to start/stop/restart launchd services from the command line?
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Oct
26
asked How to start/stop/restart launchd services from the command line?
Jan
22
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Jan
22
revised How can I shut down (power off) cluster nodes during low load?
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Jan
14
answered What have you done, as a system administrator, for ecology?
Jan
11
comment How can I shut down (power off) cluster nodes during low load?
What I would like to see, are real world, practical examples of how to do rescheduling in various batch job systems, after the server node count has changed.
Jan
11
answered How can I shut down (power off) cluster nodes during low load?
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Dec
24
answered Best Zero-Config Powerline or 802.11 Bridge
Dec
18
answered How useful is PXE booting?
Nov
17
comment A ping B = OK, B ping A = Destination Host unreachable, firewall off
Maybe you could append the active firewall rules & policies to your question? That's the output of "iptables -v -L" and "iptables -v -t nat -L".
Oct
20
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Oct
19
answered How do I unmount an NFS share in Solaris 2.7 if the NFS server cannot be contacted?
Oct
19
answered Unmount a nfs mount where the nfs server has disappeared
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