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comment run script as user who has nologin shell
@CMCDragonkai Any parameters after the command will be passed along. You can think of it like "sudo [-u apache] [whoami <param1> <param2>]".
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answered Dividing sets of services on a single server
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answered tools for user account management for solaris and linux platforms
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answered Using Apache / Kerberos / Keytab to Authenticate Redmine Users Against Active Directory
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answered How To Tell Puppet To Only Install Using Pip If A File Doesn't Exist
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comment How To Tell Puppet To Only Install Using Pip If A File Doesn't Exist
This will cause the carbon-cache.py file to be removed each time, but the package will still be installed repeatedly.
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comment Puppet - Restart a service in a different class
I don't know of one.
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comment Puppet - Restart a service in a different class
I think I don't understand your question. If you include the "ntp" class in the "ntp::client" and "ntp::server" classes, are you not able to use those resources' names directly, e.g. 'Package["ntp"]'? Can you post some --debug output of it not working?
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comment What is the difference between du -h and ls -lh?
df reports the number of remaining blocks * the filesystem block size. In this case it'd be more like du, as even partially-used blocks are considered fully allocated. df basically translates statvfs, so you could look at that system call to get a better idea of what's going on.