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comment /sys/class/scsi_host/host0 not found - get it back without reboot?
It outputs among other things "DM multipath kernel driver not loaded" ... i guess that is the problem.
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comment gmail put mails from my domain as spam
After you checked the above link for hints, it might be helpful if you post your mail server config.
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comment Is there a safe way to store passwords used for ssh by a script?
I am afraid that for your setup storing the passwords in a db is about as secure as it gets. You could make it an encrypted db, like a keepass file (I think there is at least a perl module to access keepass dbs), but then still you would have to store the password to the database somewhere, if you do not want to enter it every time you invoke your script. Maybe a little better IFF you enter the just the master password each time you invoke your script.
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comment solaris: verify that access to all binaries is in accordance with the associated package
Perfect, exactly what I was looking for. So simple. Note to myself: rtfm.