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bio website fi.linkedin.com/in/jannepik
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A "Linux systems specialist", did claim my previous business card and did so from 2001 to May 2013. Now it says "Senior System Administrator" in another company, Stonesoft, which is part of McAfee/Intel Security.

My heart also has a place for FreeBSD.


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comment Connect to the text console of a running VM
I guess it uses libvirt under the hood :)
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comment Is PHP 5.3.3 on RHEL 6.5 receiving security fixes?
For the links, start here: access.redhat.com/support/policy/updates/errata
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comment How to make a grep which excludes a bunch of pipes?
Oops, made a little edit to my command (the first grep also had -v which not what you wanted). Try it now.
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revised How to make a grep which excludes a bunch of pipes?
Removed `-v` from the first grep
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answered Is PHP 5.3.3 on RHEL 6.5 receiving security fixes?
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answered How to make a grep which excludes a bunch of pipes?
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comment Zabbix: debug external script
Zabbix documentation says Standard error and exit codes are discarded. In case the requested script is not found or Zabbix server has no permissions to run it, item will be marked as ZBX_NOTSUPPORTED and an according error message will be returned. Perl itself should not be a problem and I assume your script starts with the standard #!/usr/bin/perl
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comment Zabbix: debug external script
How about stat yourworkingscript yournonworking script and getfacl yourworkingscript yournonworkingscript to see the possible differences in file permissions? I know I'm asking the obvious things, but sometimes they can be the reason. :)
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comment Zabbix: debug external script
And your script does not return any other output than the numeric value? No strange empty lines or anything like that?
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answered Connect to the text console of a running VM
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answered Zabbix: debug external script
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answered Shellshock: How do I know if my server is compromised + suspicious files to look out for
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answered Solaris - How to see if Bash is installed
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answered Understanding du -sh command output
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awarded  Revival
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comment Insanely high mysqld write I/O on SELECT queries
Great to hear you got it working. Have an excellent week!
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answered Change partition and / or mounting CentOS 6.5
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comment Insanely high mysqld write I/O on SELECT queries
So about 40% of your queries lead to disk-based temporary tables. That might not be as severe thing as it sounds, but of course it could be. If possible, try giving your MySQL bigger tmp_table_size and max_heap_table_size values, restart your MySQL server process and see how it goes.
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answered Insanely high mysqld write I/O on SELECT queries