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Apr
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comment iptables Tips & Tricks
Re the whitelist script: Theres iptables on line 8, and then $IPTABLES later on. Is it enough just to use iptables everywhere? Otherwise I suppose you'd need to assign something like IPTABLES=/sbin/iptables right?
Apr
25
comment Can I use IPs assigned to virtual network interfaces in a bash script?
Ah, great thanks.
Apr
25
comment Can I use IPs assigned to virtual network interfaces in a bash script?
It seems it returns both IP addresses assigned to the interface whether I use eth0 or eth0:0. If the order is guaranteed though, perhaps I can just select the right one from the string.
Apr
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comment Can I use IPs assigned to virtual network interfaces in a bash script?
Interesting - I'll have a play around with that. Thanks.
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comment iptables Tips & Tricks
That's a real pity it's not supported by default on Debian and Ubuntu. I thought you were going to list some obsure distros :/
Apr
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Apr
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comment Strange behaviour starting process with init script
Ok I'll try the patch then. Thanks for your help.
Apr
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comment Strange behaviour starting process with init script
Yes, Xen VMs. I just ran the command in that linked question and see NUMA turned off.
Apr
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comment Strange behaviour starting process with init script
Regarding NUMA - I'm afraid I don't know anything about this. It's a 64 bit Linode VPS instance. Is there any way I can check?
Apr
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comment Strange behaviour starting process with init script
Ah - it certainly seems to match those symptoms, thanks! At least I know what it is now :) I will log into jira and add what I can.
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comment Strange behaviour starting process with init script
Hmm - it seems that if I boot fresh, the process id in the PID file is different from the one reported by ps -ef. (The pid file value is slightly higher). Any ideas what could be causing this?
Apr
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comment Strange behaviour starting process with init script
Thanks for the response. There should only be one instance running on this machine (the config server mongod) and as far as I can see that is the case. Regarding permisions on the PID file - its root/root with readonly permissions for everyone else - should this be different? If so, I wonder why I havent seen this problem on other machines. The only other thing I;m thinking is maybe the fork=true in the config - is that a potential problem? I've added the config file to the question. Thanks.
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