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Jun
19
answered Sysadmin related Twitter tags
Jun
19
comment BASH shell session logging on remote host
rootsh turns out to be nearest to what I want, thanks.
Jun
19
accepted BASH shell session logging on remote host
Jun
18
answered The same driver for multiple network cards — performance bottleneck?
Jun
18
comment The same driver for multiple network cards — performance bottleneck?
Are these interfaces bonded or independent? If they are PCI, are you using a 64bit OS?
Jun
15
revised BASH shell session logging on remote host
added ncurses reference
Jun
15
comment Windows keystrokes/combos you couldn't live without
Alt+F4 closes a parent program + child windows, Ctrl+W closes a window (try in a tabbed browser)
Jun
15
comment BASH shell session logging on remote host
Thanks Geoff, looks like I might be stuck with script then.
Jun
15
comment BASH shell session logging on remote host
The output of screen is equivalent to script - ncurses handling appears unsupported.
Jun
15
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Jun
15
comment BASH shell session logging on remote host
Personal auditing and plain text logging; playback of sessions is not required.
Jun
15
answered What is the recommended temperature range for a hard drive?
Jun
15
revised BASH shell session logging on remote host
added explicit shell session
Jun
14
comment BASH shell session logging on remote host
Thanks, but it's not suitable as I spend time on the shell with top open, which screen records as: [andy@165 ~]$ top ESC[HESC[2JESC(BESC[mtop - 23:34:49 up 19 days, 17:42, 1 user, load average: 0.11, 0.07, 0.01ESC(BESC[mESC[39;49mESC[K
Jun
14
asked BASH shell session logging on remote host
Jun
14
comment How can I view a website on my server without assigning a domain name to it?
can you check your logs in /var/log/httpd/error_log (and perhaps the logs specified by you above)? It sounds like you have a default virtual host (your only current domain) which is being used to handle all requests due to a possible httpd.conf error :)
Jun
10
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Jun
10
accepted Data loss due to MySQL DRBD Heartbeat failover script
Jun
10
comment Updating a MySQL Database
@Niko you're correct, the downtime is unknown; I have amended my answer to avoid a server restart
Jun
10
revised Updating a MySQL Database
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