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Biologist by training, working in evolutionary computational biology. Mostly genomics and proteomics.

Linux administration. Python programmer. Web developer, Django, JQuery, MySQL and (slowly) PostgreSQL (use and administration).

Linux + vim = comfy workspace.


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comment Looking for small, lightweight, MTA
ssmtp requires that another server actually delivers the message. It also requires that the plaintext password for the smtp server is kept in its config file.
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accepted Service redirection on same network
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comment Service redirection on same network
HAProxy is not what I had in mind but it seems to solve the problem at hands. Do you have any idea of the resource requirements (Memory, CPU) for something like 1-10 requests per second?
Oct
16
revised Service redirection on same network
add service names in example case
Oct
16
comment Service redirection on same network
I don't have control over the DNS infrastructure in the network. This is why I tried to approach the problem using re-routing strategies (without success so far).
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asked Service redirection on same network
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Aug
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comment How to setup ssh's umask for all type of connections
From my tests, if I have no umask statement on ~/.bashrc the umask used is the one specified in PAM.
Aug
10
comment How to setup ssh's umask for all type of connections
@Doug - Do you have custom umasks on your shell init scripts? (third edit of question)
Aug
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revised How to setup ssh's umask for all type of connections
Added note about user changing their umask
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comment How to setup ssh's umask for all type of connections
@mrclay - Do you have UsePAM yes in your sshd_config ?
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comment How to setup ssh's umask for all type of connections
I was thinking in terms of keeping a selected list of users, but indeed I didn't notice the aspect of this working on plain user setup. When I first read it I thought ForceCommand was "required" and not "one way of setting it up". command= is indeed a neat feature of ssh.