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Nov
9
comment How to use SHA-256 hashed (and salted) passwords from OpenLDAP in pam_ldap?
@473183469 That's it (true).
Nov
9
comment How to use SHA-256 hashed (and salted) passwords from OpenLDAP in pam_ldap?
@473183469 No. The prefix is {ssha256}, but this is not the problem. PAM is the problem.
Nov
9
comment How to use SHA-256 hashed (and salted) passwords from OpenLDAP in pam_ldap?
@473183469 I just store the password with a different hashing algorithm "by hand" using an OpenLDAP configuration UI.
Dec
2
comment How to resolve a stuck major compaction in Apache Cassandra?
@AntonyGibbs Nothing like that. It is an overpowered physical server. Other services run smoothly beside Cassandra.
Oct
11
comment Automatically defer certain messages in Postfix
@Kromey A strange but acceptable work around is to log entries to a central syslog server. There you analyze the flow of mails. If it gets suspicious, disable the login for that user. Or apply firewall rules (as long as you are allowed to do that on the appliance).
Oct
10
comment how to fix “send-mail: Authorization failed 534 5.7.14 ”
possible duplicate of sSMTP Unable to send message using external mail server SMTP
Oct
10
comment Why is my server using swap even though there is lots of RAM available?
Why would you fix something that is not broken?
Oct
10
comment Elasticsearch is using way too much disk space
Try those recommendations. github.com/jordansissel/experiments/tree/master/elasticsearch/…
Oct
10
comment Elasticsearch is using way too much disk space
Logs are not really repetitive. User A logs in at time 1. User B logs in at time 2. What is repetitive? Both tuples have to be indexed and stored separately. In addition to the log entry itself.
Oct
10
comment Elasticsearch is using way too much disk space
Did you ever consider the overhead it takes to store and index that data? This is where the difference comes from.
Oct
10
comment A VM on VMware goes back on time on reboot
You did a restore instead of a reboot.
Oct
8
comment Can I mount a read-only btrfs volume across multiple machines?
Absolutely! This is the way to go. Containers (better instances) are "stateless" and meant to run-stop-drop.
Oct
8
comment Can I mount a read-only btrfs volume across multiple machines?
Oh, so you are referring to the container storage and not the data volume storage. Latter one could be on any FS.
Oct
8
comment Can I mount a read-only btrfs volume across multiple machines?
Why not just mount a NFS? Or DRDB?
Oct
8
comment Postfix - private/rewrite
Run postalias /etc/aliases. Then restart Postfix.
Oct
8
comment postfix RCPT TO Temporary lookup failure 451 && mail transport unavailable
What about the relay_domains? Edit your question according to your changed configuration.
Oct
8
comment postfix RCPT TO Temporary lookup failure 451 && mail transport unavailable
@mohammadmohsenipur There are other mysql lookup tables in your configuration. Do they all work? Verified by postmap -q
Oct
8
comment Which E-Mail software generates these spammy mails?
Doh! Google is my friend.
Oct
8
comment How to isolate Google Gmail SMTP server IPs directly?
Do you mean their inbound or outbound servers? They are not the same.
Oct
8
comment Postfix message ID originating process?
@AndersBraünerNielsen no it makes no difference. The id you are referring to is called the Queue-Id. The Queue-Id is totally random and not related to any source information.