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answered Is it possible to tell whether I am connecting to fast or gigabit ethernet with CAT5e cable?
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comment Reasons to disable / enable SELinux
Actually there are cases where SELinux can interfere with applications in Permissive mode. One: at some points of time some rules enforced, despite the system being set to be permissive. Not sure if this is still the case. Two: the time taken to process the rules can be enough to screw up IPC. I've seen this with Oracle clusters. Again in the past and not sure what current status is. But remember nearly every system call has a little processing time added to it.
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comment While logged in as root whats the stupiest you've done accidently and how did you recover?
It actually happened in the late 90s. There's two relevant implications: 1) A lot has happened since then, such as a complete re-implementation of the unix startup, e.g. upstart - are you running init on your system? 2) I may not have all the detail in the above post. I'll cheerfully concede there may have been another option such as a SIGKILL.
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answered NFS v4 ACL inheritance problems - “i” flag set but not wanted
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answered Is it necessary to disable root account on linux servers?
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answered PAM LDAP configuration for non-local user authentication
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answered Is there a way to deny access based on hostname or agent?
Jul
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comment Change DN in OpenLDAP “on the fly”
Sun used to have a LDAP Proxy product as part of the Sun ONE Directory suite. I believe Oracle still has it as a product - they did about a year ago. It had provision for modifying some data on the fly. I can't recall if it was just field names or if it was actual data as well. That maybe useful, but there'd probably be a license to use operationally (we had a site license so I just grabbed what I wanted).
Jun
11
comment Error while setting up ldap replication
Just a guess are you sure this "syncdata=accesslog" reference to accesslog is not the problem?
Jun
11
comment Will reverse DNS lookup impact firewall performance
You'll also be beholden to DNS servers. Which can suck. You may end up in a scenario, where the firewall breaks because it cant get to the relevant DNS server. Which depending on your set up, you may not control. Have fun.
Jun
11
answered Apache2 could not bind to (arbitrary) address, and unable to open logs
Jun
11
comment Apache2 could not bind to (arbitrary) address, and unable to open logs
Well if you can't access the logs and you can't bind to the port, I wonder if another instance of apache is already running.
Jun
11
comment How do I authenticate with LDAP via the command line?
Fred has it right, except that you don't need to specify the search base or host if you are happy with the ones specified in /etc/openldap/ldap.conf i.e. the following should probably work: ldapsearch -x -D "<bind dn>" -W <query>
Jun
11
comment Redirect old URL to new URL and shut down old web server
Then no problems. As you say, change oldname to point to new ip. As noted above a ServerAlias is also a good idea.