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Jan
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revised MySQL table does not exist
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Jan
19
comment automatically block IP address after many failed login attempts
@ChrisMcKeown I don't follow what you're implying by 'source' in your comment. Do you mean the service that's open on the server or something else? I see the question as quite valid and on Unix machines I block repeated offenders as well all the time.
Jan
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suggested approved edit on MySQL table does not exist
Dec
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answered Disk image compression drops
Dec
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comment Suggest a lightning fast, feature-light, secure Linux web server to serve static content
We use publicfile in several places, including for simple tasks like internal WPAD configuration file distribution. Very fast, very simple, always works.
Oct
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answered Is there a way for tar to check for new files not in an archive?
Oct
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comment command line LVM issue on CentOS 5
Please include the lvcreate, mkfs and mount commands you've used.
Mar
7
comment When are iptables bytes counters cleared?
Also if the entry is changed in any way, iptables -R INPUT 5 -j LOG ... line 5's counters will be reset so as to properly reflect that it is a counter of what matches the function of the line.
Mar
7
comment What can cause the root user in CentOS 6.0 to prevent doing any change in the kernel parameters?
Its worth noting that aside from grsec/selinux, root has permission to do anything it wants already; sudoers has no effect.
Mar
7
answered Tool to monitor bandwidth utilization per traffic (tc) class on linux
Feb
7
comment Linux IPSec Tunnels does not forward IP Packet with ECN bit set to CE (Congestion Experienced)
Try openswan then ;-) openswan.org
Feb
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answered Linux IPSec Tunnels does not forward IP Packet with ECN bit set to CE (Congestion Experienced)
Feb
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comment Why does DNS work the way it does?
dnstrace (usually through dnstracesort) gives intense amounts of detail about the DNS configuration for any domain and query you make. If the server has made a change, they will show the change and how it has propagated. They're excellent for tracing propagation errors as well.
Feb
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answered Need help upgrading curl on CentOS 6
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answered Why does DNS work the way it does?
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answered Is it harmless to use the same ssh private/public keypair from multiple computers?
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