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Dec
18
comment Share /home between datacenters
You'll probably want either glusterfs, or ceph. A distributed filesystem. Also, you can mount drbd multiple times, but only one read-write, and its a scary bad idea anyhow.
Dec
16
comment How to get monit to only alert once when a check fails, not when it comes back successful?
does sound like a bad check. You should be monitoring the service it provides. If at some point you cluster this service so a reboot does not equal an outage you'll get someone out of bed for nothing.
Dec
16
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Dec
7
comment Linux 'df' command not showing root filesystem?
does the uuid for your root fs match the one for it in /etc/fstab ?
Dec
4
comment One line script to check and react to memory usage
@Zoredache is that worse than a XY problem ?
Dec
1
comment How do I get anycast for my servers?
putting some more thought into it, we do own a /19 and /22 which are also on the bgp tables as our isp do our anycast also, but only the /29 is anycasted. i guess if we'd not had the larger blocks they'd have complained about table space, dunno though, was set up before I got here. You may well be right though.
Dec
1
comment How do I get anycast for my servers?
Just making sure it's understood that only most AS filter on a /24. We're using a /29.
Dec
1
comment Iptables doesn't open port 53
yeah, that's true i guess.
Dec
1
comment How can I get a report of all MAC addresses nearby?
i usually do a broadcast ping anyhow, ping 255.255.255.255 -b
Dec
1
comment How can I get a report of all MAC addresses nearby?
the sudo password will be your own password, if you're allowed admin rights on the machine it'll let you run stuff as root.
Dec
1
comment Configuring Synology NAS as freeIPA client
sssd isn't a show stopper. For your use case it just caches the credentials so you can still login if the network to the ldap server went away. Centos 5 and older don't have sssd either.
Dec
1
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Dec
1
answered How do I get anycast for my servers?
Dec
1
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Dec
1
comment Iptables doesn't open port 53
@MadHatter actually, these are the last lines he did and they're -I they'll be the first in the chain so it's probably ok to assume there's no preceding drops or rejects.
Dec
1
answered Iptables doesn't open port 53
Dec
1
answered How do I select an OID for my MIB
Nov
30
comment Is my site getting hacked (Bluehost)?
fwiw; if anything is connected to the internet you can be sure someone/something is trying to break into it in a matter of seconds.
Nov
30
comment Is there a way to set a static IP's last 3 digits only in linux?
why is the last octet (the fourth number) significant at all ? dns updated from dhcp is your friend. You'll need to put a static reservation on each router for that device though.
Nov
29
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