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Jan
21
comment Identify this Router/Server box
I have to ask... if you don't even know what it is, then why do you want to buy it?
Jan
20
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Jan
16
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.
Jan
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Jan
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Dec
18
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)?
Nov
30
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Oct
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Oct
2
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
1
answered sonicwall-multiple IP's for same interface
Sep
26
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
26
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
26
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"
Sep
26
comment Centos failing to upgrade bash
give us the output of yum list bash
Aug
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Jul
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Jul
18
comment SSH key problems: Not a RSA1 key file unknown key type '-----BEGIN'
Ok, just asking. I've never seen an account have their home folder in /var/lib is all.
Jul
18
comment SSH key problems: Not a RSA1 key file unknown key type '-----BEGIN'
You say that your key is at ~/.ssh. The Error message is complaining about /var/lib/BackupPC/.ssh/id_rsa. Is your home folder located at /var/lib/BackupPC?
Jul
3
comment localhost webserver vs separate server for small office
And to add to this, just consider the fine for a single HIPAA violation if your desktop gets compromised or someone breaks into your small office and steals your new dedicated server out of the coat closet. All of a sudden buying a dedicated server and sticking it in a HIPAA compliant datacenter doesn't sound so bad.
Jul
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