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Feb
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comment How to migrate all AWS services (including running instance, API, Snapsorts) to its sub account with consolidate Billing?
This might be a better fit for Web Applications.
Feb
1
comment Restrict user from executing shell commands using PHP
Wouldn't setting the user's shell to something like /bin/false help alleviate this?
Jan
29
comment Can Running a Server's Redundant PSU on Different Circuits Damage It?
I'm not quite sure what my reasoning was above. When putting it that way, @kasperd, yes I agree with you. Of course you'd probably want all PSU inputs to at least be surge-protected, but that's another matter.
Jan
28
comment wget giving Segmentation fault
Please remember to accept the answer if it solves your problem. Accepting an answer indicates to the community that you feel your question has been answered to your satisfaction.
Jan
28
comment wget giving Segmentation fault
@MaRmAR No libc.so.5 which is what gdb complains about? But yes, that should be perfectly doable and should resolve your problems, assuming no other corruption. Either through apt-get or through dpkg directly.
Jan
28
revised How can I check the build status of a Jenkins build from the command line?
Improved formatting
Jan
28
answered wget giving Segmentation fault
Jan
28
suggested approved edit on How can I check the build status of a Jenkins build from the command line?
Jan
28
comment wget giving Segmentation fault
'/lib/libc.so.5': not in executable format: File truncated Your system is in a botched state and is currently limping along as best it can. Whatever you do, DO NOT REBOOT IT. Also, try really really hard to avoid restarting anything important, like sshd. It is very likely to not come back up.
Jan
26
comment How to disable automatic garbage collection on an SSD?
Unless, of course, the SSD's controller is botched. In which case you have (or are about to have...) bigger problems anyway.
Jan
20
comment ZFS RAID and LUKS encryption in Linux
@CMCDragonkai Since both L2ARC and SLOG devices contain bits and pieces of data from your pool, if you are encrypting the storage in order to provide confidentiality (which is often the point of using encrypted storage in the first place), you almost certainly want to run any L2ARC and SLOG devices similarly encrypted as well.
Jan
18
comment hard resetting link exception Emask 0x50 SAct 0x0 SErr 0x4090800 action 0xe frozen
Notice that the system is renegotiating at 1.5 Gbps. Try forcing 1.5 Gbps and see if that makes the system stable. It's a data point. Try askubuntu.com/a/146290/11751 for a short writeup on how to.
Jan
18
comment Bypass client and recipient restrictions by domain name
Restrictions are evaluated in the order they are listed (subject to different restriction sets being evaluated in a specified order; see the documentation). So just put an earlier restriction resulting in an OK response for what you want to allow. If you want a real answer, you will have to define "domain name".
Jan
16
revised LSI 2108 RAID 5, one disk dead, one more with bad sectors; how can I recover the data?
Incorporate from comments; some copy-editing
Jan
16
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Jan
16
comment why fail2ban does not ban? (ubuntu, ssh)
@Dodge The iptables rule given by the OP as added does not specify a port, so should apply to all ports (and protocols). Iain's hypothesis sounds more credible to me.
Jan
10
comment Can Running a Server's Redundant PSU on Different Circuits Damage It?
Wait a second, are you saying that you came across redundant power supplies where, in the same system, one or more PSU is connected through the UPS and one or more other PSU is connected in a way that bypasses the UPS?
Dec
30
revised Is there an equivalent to SSLLabs' SSL test for SSL/TLS that is not HTTPS?
Better title
Dec
30
suggested approved edit on Is there an equivalent to SSLLabs' SSL test for SSL/TLS that is not HTTPS?
Dec
27
comment How to set up VTI on Cisco router with dual ISP?
What have you tried? How did the results differ from your goal?