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answered Weird interaction with systemctl with Haproxy on CentOS 7
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comment Weird interaction with systemctl with Haproxy on CentOS 7
@MichaelHampton I've got some more logs now. The first is started from systemctl (503), the second is manually (200): gist.github.com/magnars/0dbf5d37f9c25b630f07
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comment Weird interaction with systemctl with Haproxy on CentOS 7
@MichaelHampton I've only seen it log something along the lines of "Proxy app started", which isn't very useful.
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comment Weird interaction with systemctl with Haproxy on CentOS 7
@JasonAzze I run it with sudo.
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answered Jenkins does not restart slaves after idle timeout
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asked Jenkins does not restart slaves after idle timeout
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comment Connection refused from outside Vagrant box with private network
Indeed. My minimal centos box had iptables running only open on port 22. No such thing on the server OS. Thanks for your help!
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comment Connection refused from outside Vagrant box with private network
Okay, I'm seeing that iptables is a common centos firewall that come with all versions. Looking into that.
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comment Connection refused from outside Vagrant box with private network
Ah yes, that's a good point of course. So the minimal centos box that I'm using might have a firewall running. How would I go about finding that out?