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Feb
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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.
Feb
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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.
Feb
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accepted solaris: verify that access to all binaries is in accordance with the associated package
Jan
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comment what is the good package format installing binaries on Linux, AIX and Solaris. RPM?
Plus 1 for "packaging is completely brain dead on Solaris" :)
Jan
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asked solaris: verify that access to all binaries is in accordance with the associated package
Jan
16
comment teaming with nmcli: bringing connection down and up again fails
That seems to support my first suspicion that something is not OK with my interface enp0s9. I will need to verify this on a different machine.
Jan
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revised teaming with nmcli: bringing connection down and up again fails
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revised teaming with nmcli: bringing connection down and up again fails
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Dec
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comment OpenVPN ignoring openvpn.conf, throws unrecognized or missing option
Read the init script and try to understand exactly what is happening. Which files are read? Which binary is started? Maybe you can start the daemon by hand in the foreground with debugging options enabled? It sure sounds like your daemon and you disagree about which config file to use :)
Dec
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awarded  Constituent
Nov
24
revised Double IP forwarding not working
improved formatting (code as code block)
Nov
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suggested approved edit on Double IP forwarding not working
Nov
20
comment Website performance sluggish - High CPU and Disk Usage
Sorry, I am not much of a db expert ... just some more general considerations: your tag suggests you are using apache 2.2 ... which is rather dated. You could try the general apache tuning tips at httpd.apache.org/docs/current/misc/perf-tuning.html. But in order to really speed things up, you will need to understand exactly what is going on, why you get theses cpu spikes. I know that this comment won't help much, but it's all I can give you :(
Nov
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comment Website performance sluggish - High CPU and Disk Usage
I am just guessing, but to me your memory usage and postgres config look suspicious. You have just 1G of Memory (which is not really a lot), but are allocating more then that for postgres buffers. Also, postgres seems not be using that memory (just .7%). Have you restarted postgres after tuning it? Bevor you do so however, make sure to decrease buffer sizes or upgrade your RAM. nginx is defiantly faster then Apache, but I have a feeling this will not solve your current problem.
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