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revised How to prevent Linux server from spamming?
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answered How to prevent Linux server from spamming?
Jul
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comment Desperate: statd timed out, lockd cannot monitor / unmonitor
also grep for statd in whichever files your OS keeps it's system log; grep statd /var/log/messages*
Jul
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comment Desperate: statd timed out, lockd cannot monitor / unmonitor
is statd running? ps -ef | grep -v grep | grep statd, if so, which interfaces/ports does it have? netstat -lnp | grep rpc.statd, if not, start it, and paste back the output /sbin/rpc.statd -F -d
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revised Can I set up Fedora or Centos repos in RHEL6?
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Jun
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comment Passwordless SSH key copied from one server to another now asks for passphrase
why not -vv to show the auth negotiation.. !!! ;-)
Jun
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revised One hostname and two servers in different countries
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Jun
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comment Going from Vagrant in development to chef-solo in production, and getting a “FATAL: NoMethodError: undefined method `delete' for #<Chef::Role” error
you can give the chef-solo -l debug options to get some verbose logging (pastebin.com that, or open a ticket on opscode.com with that output)
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comment One hostname and two servers in different countries
see point 3. for services providing Geo-aware DNS, which would avoid the need to send an HTTP request first.
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comment One hostname and two servers in different countries
Yes, as long as the user is not totally blocked from the US site, the US site only has to serve back a small amount of data-just the enough for the "Location: http://www.secondsite.vi"; header which is usually only 200-300 bytes. The remainder of the request goes correctly to the fast local server, because all the content of the index.html file correctly points to http://www.secondsite.vi/whatever.jgp
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answered One hostname and two servers in different countries