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Jul
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awarded  Notable Question
Mar
28
awarded  Popular Question
Jun
17
awarded  Popular Question
Dec
10
awarded  Popular Question
May
13
comment How to restart proFTPD on a Fedora server with Plesk
That file doesn't exist, could it have a different name?
May
12
comment How to restart proFTPD on a Fedora server with Plesk
Will that restart the whole web stack though? I'm slightly nervous about doing that because it hasn't been touched in a couple of yearrs.
May
12
asked How to restart proFTPD on a Fedora server with Plesk
May
11
accepted Is my Exim vulnerable to the recent remote exploit (CVE-2011-1764)?
May
10
awarded  Supporter
May
10
accepted Logwatch not showing FTP (Proftpd) success or failed logins, only shows uploades/downloads
May
10
awarded  Scholar
May
10
accepted CentOS Server keeps grinding to a halt, then comes back up
May
10
accepted CentOS Cron running at wrong time, 5hrs late (Logwatch)
May
10
accepted Exim config - no external connections, only localhost connections (Linux)
May
10
awarded  Student
May
10
asked Is my Exim vulnerable to the recent remote exploit (CVE-2011-1764)?
Mar
1
comment CentOS Server keeps grinding to a halt, then comes back up
Will have a look into the sysstat thanks. It's just started doing it about an hour ago and it keeps repeating the cycle of working fine, then offline for 2 or 3 mins, then up again.
Mar
1
asked CentOS Server keeps grinding to a halt, then comes back up
Feb
14
comment CentOS Cron running at wrong time, 5hrs late (Logwatch)
In /etc/cron.daily/ there is: 0logwatch -> /usr/share/logwatch/scripts/logwatch.pl. Checked /var/log/cron and I can see logwatch at 10:45pm. Logwatch only takes a few seconds to run manually. In /etc/crontab I can see cron.daily set at 4:02am which matches up with the time. I still don't know why it's not running at 10:45 though.
Feb
14
asked CentOS Cron running at wrong time, 5hrs late (Logwatch)