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May
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comment need a distributed high performance durable logging solution for multiple log sources
Just for future viewer’s sake, I should also mention Fluentd is another alternative, and that Scribe has been steadily declining in popularity.
Apr
19
comment How to get /proc/[pid]/cmdline to contain command arguments?
Debian is upstream of Ubuntu, certainly, but the Ubuntu team is equally known for putting its own patches in. It is very possible that you could have different builds of rake, even with the same package version.
Apr
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answered Load average is greater than the number of EC2 Compute Units
Mar
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Mar
17
comment Unable to change ownership of authorized_keys - Operation not permitted
Become root using su -, then try the command again.
Mar
17
answered Unable to change ownership of authorized_keys - Operation not permitted
Mar
16
comment versioning files in ubuntu ( like versions in mac os)
ZFSonLinux is fairly stable, all things considered, and BTRFS is as well. Both of them are semi-production ready. I personally use ZFSonLinux in a production environment right now, but like you, I had to balance the gains of the feature set against the risks of a not bulletproof filesystem.
Mar
9
comment Asterisk configuration for voicemail emails through GMail SMTP server not working
Please accept your own answer so that people know your problem has been solved!
Mar
8
answered df vs du. Is my disk really full?
Mar
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comment What is the shock rating / g-force load of a typical assembled computer?
Just as an FYI, the same company that makes ShockWatch produces a second brand called 'DropSpot' that is 10-25G. I'd pick 10G.
Feb
19
comment SSH + Kerberos but WITHOUT DNS
On the one hand, if your infrastructure has already been penetrated to the point where you are concerned about DNS poisoning, you have bigger problems. But it doesn't matter; the compromise of the DNS infrastructure does not (directly) compromise the Kerberos infrastructure. Keys will not match hostnames, and it'll spit out a ton of errors at you.
Feb
18
answered SSH + Kerberos but WITHOUT DNS
Feb
13
comment Issue with starting apache on CentOS 6.3
I'd do a careful vetting of the yum.repos.d and check the versions to make sure the installed versions of the packages are the same as the latest available in the main CentOS repos... and if they're newer, you can attempt a downgrade.
Feb
13
answered Issue with starting apache on CentOS 6.3
Feb
13
comment Issue with starting apache on CentOS 6.3
It looks like your httpd binary is compiled against libraries which no longer exist, or it was compiled against a version different than the one currently on the disk. What's the output of ldd $(which httpd)
Feb
12
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Feb
12
comment Is this an indication of an attack on a mail server?
We can only answer that the behaviour of the mail server is correct. We don't know if the message was intended to be sent or not! If none of your users sent that message, yes, it might be an indication of being hacked or being an open relay. But those messages alone don't say anything one way or another - it's the normal behaviour when you can't contact the destination mail server - for legitimate traffic or illegitimate.