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Currently working as Linux/Unix sysadmin. Linux and monitoring enthusiast.


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answered How to use kdump/crash to investigate an OOM issue?
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answered Ubuntu SSH to Centos Server
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answered Easiest setup of FTP server with virtual users on Linux
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comment Monitor worker process with nagios
Is there anything else you would like to know, or it is solved?
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comment Monitor worker process with nagios
Plugin check_procs (which is part of nagios-plugins package) has only option for checking arguments (option -a) or checking parent PID of the running process (option -p). But it has no option for checking PID of the process. You can go through this site of plugins (exchange.nagios.org/directory/Plugins) and maybe you will find some other plugin which will be able to check process by its PID.
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revised How can I make aptitude show me the files that will be installed for a given package
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answered How can I make aptitude show me the files that will be installed for a given package
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answered Change default root user with a new one on Ubuntu Server
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comment What is the maximum virtual disk size in KVM
I found on openSUSE page some general and Hardware limitations for KVM. It should be the same also on CentOS, but I am not sure. But it might you give a more insight information about limitations doc.opensuse.org/documentation/html/openSUSE/opensuse-kvm/…
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comment logrotate deletes all maillogs older than one day
Can you also post your default logrotate configuration /etc/logrotate.conf?
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answered logrotate: keep N newest files, but don't rename