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answered “Bad argument 'NEW'” when configuring iptables
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comment Is there any way to backup all mysqldatabses in single file
Easy enough to test. Do a mysqldump with the options mentioned above, then open up the dump file in a text editor and see what you find.
Feb
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answered Is there any way to backup all mysqldatabses in single file
Feb
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comment why won't mysql accept connections from local programs?
You also may want to issue a flush hosts; command, in case it's blocking that domain from connecting because of too many failed attempts.
Feb
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comment why won't mysql accept connections from local programs?
I answered that in a comment under Ricardo's answer. XXXX is a passwword for that user, but you only need to put that if you're creating a brand new user. If 'root'@'mydomain.com' already exists, then it's not necessary when updating their privileges.
Feb
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comment why won't mysql accept connections from local programs?
It may just be a copy and paste error, but the first line of your hosts file is missing a 1. It should be 127.0.0.1. Anyway, add your mydomain.com to that line as well, then as Ricardo mentioned, make sure you have a 'youruser'@localhost user set up in the database.
Feb
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comment why won't mysql accept connections from local programs?
The XXXX is the password. If you're having to ask a stranger over the Internet what you should put for a password, then I would go out on a limb here and say you're in over your head. Maybe you should spend the money on a consultant and make sure it gets done correctly. It'll be money well spent.
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comment Many httpd process run by Nobody user
By default, the Apache build that ships with CentOS creates an Apache user and uses it like Spack has suggested. So this "nobody" server is most likely something your hosting provider has concocted. You should probably read through any documentation your hosting provider has cooncerning their custom web server builds. While Spack's scenario is ideal, they've customized it for a reason. And if you go and change that, you may end up breaking something due to permission issues, like cpanel.
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comment What can cause an entire Red Hat server to “hang”?
You have two separate physical stand alone servers that are both doing this? Are they doing it at the same time? Is there a common denominator between the two (i.e. SAN, NAS, DNS, LDAP)?
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comment sonicwall-multiple IP's for same interface
Yes, you need to be able to do VLANs on your switch. Doing this set up, we had 4 different networks all configured on X0 for a particular project.
Oct
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answered sonicwall-multiple IP's for same interface
Sep
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comment Centos failing to upgrade bash
Well, from your example output it shows that yum is only searching in EPEL. Remi and IUS aren't even listed. Figure out why it's not querying the CentOS repos and you'll figure it out. If you can't figure it out, you can always go fetch the rpm manually and install it.
Sep
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comment Centos failing to upgrade bash
Did you disable the main CentOS repository? Because that's where you're going to get the update, not from EPEL.
Sep
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comment Centos failing to upgrade bash
Also, run this to check if you're vulnerable env 'x=() { :;}; echo vulnerable' 'BASH_FUNC_x()=() { :;}; echo vulnerable' bash -c "echo test"