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Aug
20
accepted How do I schedule a recurring reboot in CentOS 6.7?
Aug
20
comment How do I schedule a recurring reboot in CentOS 6.7?
Well, whatever the functionality, this solution solved my problem. As soon as I removed the sixth column from my root user crontab the server started to reboot. I was also able to get the system to reboot while using the sixth column in the system crontab (/etc/crontab). Thanks!!
Aug
20
comment How do I schedule a recurring reboot in CentOS 6.7?
@Michael Hampton: I understand rebooting servers is never an end all to solving a problem. The reboot band-aids my problem until I have the couple of days necessary to research and repair. Unfortunately right now I have much bigger fish to fry.
Aug
20
comment How do I schedule a recurring reboot in CentOS 6.7?
@Aaron: SELinux is disabled. Auditd only lists two fails, both ADD_USER and neither anywhere near the time my reboot was scheduled.
Aug
20
comment How do I schedule a recurring reboot in CentOS 6.7?
@Michael Hampton: I don't understand. My question is quite clear in the title "How do I schedule a recurring reboot in CentOS 6.7?" and the body contains what I have tried so far.
Aug
20
asked How do I schedule a recurring reboot in CentOS 6.7?
Jul
16
comment Can I file search the entire Windows domain?
Drifter104: Thank you!
Jul
16
asked Can I file search the entire Windows domain?
Feb
20
awarded  Popular Question
Jan
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awarded  Popular Question
Dec
18
comment Why is sendmail not relaying some email to Exchange?
joeqwerty: I know I'm probably creating more work for myself, but I don't trust port 25, or any ports for that matter open to the Internet from anything Microsoft. Andzej: When I grep the Queue ID in maillog I only find the one entry.
Dec
17
asked Why is sendmail not relaying some email to Exchange?
Oct
22
awarded  Popular Question
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
May
18
awarded  Popular Question
Feb
27
comment How can I set one hostname and IP for multiple MACs in DHCPd (isc-dhcpd-4.1.1-P1) on CentOS 6.x?
My users bring their laptops into work. I want to make sure, whether they use our Wireless or LAN to connect to the network that their device gets the same IP address. I want to do this because I'm running out of IP addresses on my current internal ClassC. (I also added this to the text of the post)
Feb
27
revised How can I set one hostname and IP for multiple MACs in DHCPd (isc-dhcpd-4.1.1-P1) on CentOS 6.x?
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Feb
27
asked How can I set one hostname and IP for multiple MACs in DHCPd (isc-dhcpd-4.1.1-P1) on CentOS 6.x?
Oct
2
comment User is getting a RESOLVER.RST.AuthRequired e-mail bounce from a customer
So, do I have any recourse? Should I try to get hold of the owner of the IP (74.117.209.97) since that's the one that is listed at Spamhaus?
Oct
2
comment User is getting a RESOLVER.RST.AuthRequired e-mail bounce from a customer
All users except for this specific recipient can receive mail with no issues from any of my users. But if anyone here tries to send mail to that specific recipient it gets bounced. Nothing on my end has installed an anti-spam gateway from Symantic. My gateway anti-spam is Sonicwall and not enabled.