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revised Can't log in via SSH to any accounts set to use /bin/bash as a default shell
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reviewed Reviewed Can't log in via SSH to any accounts set to use /bin/bash as a default shell
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comment Can't log in via SSH to any accounts set to use /bin/bash as a default shell
-1 The OP clearly states, even in the title, that she shell is set to /bin/bash, not /sbin/nologin.
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Feb
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revised Postfix cleanup daemon access control
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Jan
15
revised tell Postfix to close connection right after “Relay access denied”
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awarded  Curious
Jan
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comment Starting lighttpd from nagios renders lighttpd broken
Yes, it's running from sudo. And the sudo command mentioned in the question accurately and reliably reproduces the observed behavior.
Jan
13
asked Starting lighttpd from nagios renders lighttpd broken
Jan
12
revised Outbound mail queue lifetime standard
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Jan
12
comment Outbound mail queue lifetime standard
Your "problem" description doesn't describe a problem. And "What I want" doesn't really tell me what you want.
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Dec
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answered Why Use a NAT Instance?
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comment Why Use a NAT Instance?
So your question is why use a separate NAT router rather than having the app server(s) act as a NAT router?
Dec
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revised When does an ACCOUNTDISABLE value in userAccountControl *not* correspond to a disabled mailbox?
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comment Why Use a NAT Instance?
I don't think there's enough information here to answer your question. I guess you're saying that you have a public server(s) with public IPs, and then you have database server(s) which have NAT access to the Internet. And you're asking why use NAT, rather than isolate the database server(s) from the Internet? One obvious reason would be so the database server(s) can download OS or other software updates. But there may be other ways to address that (and other) concerns.
Dec
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asked When does an ACCOUNTDISABLE value in userAccountControl *not* correspond to a disabled mailbox?
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