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comment force dhcp server to always run
@PeterHorvath: Then you must specifically make sure that the services are working in that environment. Stock installs of usual server operating systems and services are not configured for this by default.
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answered Email dynamic aliases
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comment force dhcp server to always run
If you don't need the server, shut it down and don't suspend it to avoid problems. Suspend really should only be used on client hardware, never on servers.
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answered What is the difference between search domains and nameservers?
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reviewed Reject suggested edit on Linux space required for kernel compilation
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comment Linux space required for kernel compilation
Not only is this off-topic, it's also something you can test yourself really easy.
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comment Mail server space
Just what the world needs - another clueless hobby hoster.
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comment Mail server space
possible duplicate of Can you help me with my capacity planning?
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comment How many data packets does it take to log in to facebook?
Just run a capture with wireshark and see for yourself.
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answered tail -n equivalent for X last chars of a file?
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comment httpd getting automatically deleted on centos 6.5
DID YOU INSTALL IT WITH yum? IS THERE ANYTHING USEFUL IN THE LOG FILES?
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comment httpd getting automatically deleted on centos 6.5
You tried to do what several times a day? Please, we need good infos and details to help you, otherwise this is going to be closed. Read meta.serverfault.com/q/3608/126632
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comment Unable to get my DNS to resolve domain name
@user3870374: Actually, this mistake is kind of understandable, as named and BIND are often used as synonyms. However, named is really just the name of the server binary and the associated system service. One other thing though: Stack Exchange is a large network of sites, and there is a site for general Linux questions in the form of Unix & Linux. Server Fault is meant to be for professionals only and the site makes this quite clear.
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comment Send mail with priority from console
unix.stackexchange.com/questions/30599/…
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comment Unable to get my DNS to resolve domain name
Dude, you are editing configuration files for the BIND nameserver. This has nothing to do with httpd. Get a better working guide and try to read up on how DNS works.
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comment httpd getting automatically deleted on centos 6.5
How did you install it? With yum install httpd? What does the log files say, particularily /var/log/yum.log?
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comment Unable to get my DNS to resolve domain name
Again: Did you start BIND? The last attempt indicates it's not running (or not reachable from the machine you tried this on).
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revised Unable to get my DNS to resolve domain name
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comment RAID1 for cloning
I don't see why you are cloning the disks instead of just copying files.
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comment Unable to get my DNS to resolve domain name
Did you start BIND? Any error messages? Are you actually querying this server? You can specify this with dig @192.168.240.116. What output are you getting (please add a sample dig session to the question)?