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Jun
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comment Fedora 21: Firewalld (firewall-cmd) won't PERMANENTLY assign interfaces to zones?
This is not the case of "Server" install, I've confirmed this on Minimal Install of RHEL 7.1. In fact man firewall-cmd says that --change interface is internal function and you should use ZONE=external as mattdm answered.
Jun
9
revised block all but a few ips with firewalld
more about "trusted"
Jun
8
comment Is it possible to configure pacemaker with a configuration file?
This only works for pacemaker < 1.1.18, there is no "crm" now.
May
20
awarded  Nice Answer
Apr
23
asked What fence device setup would prevent a mutual-STONITH in a two-node RHEL cluster?
Apr
15
comment Setting the hostname: FQDN or short name?
@JasmineLognnes Right, I've corrected it. I hope ewwhite doesn't mind.
Apr
15
revised Setting the hostname: FQDN or short name?
proper syntax for network file
Apr
9
revised How do you ensure that two data network links have no SPOF?
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Apr
9
revised Why to use fencing when you already have redundant communication links?
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Apr
9
revised Red Hat Clustering Fencing fails
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Apr
9
revised RedHat 6 Cluster Failover
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Apr
9
revised How can I run a CentOS (Red Hat) cluster in degraded mode?
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Apr
9
revised Why has Red Hat Cluster Suite stopped working?
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Apr
9
comment Just installed OSSEC, what next?
Exemplary answer, this site needs more of these.
Apr
7
revised Reverse zone not working with BIND9
added 3 characters in body
Apr
7
comment Reverse zone not working with BIND9
Yup, I stand corrected :)
Apr
7
answered Reverse zone not working with BIND9
Apr
3
comment Deleting very large file without webserver freezing
The truncate is easier to use with sudo than >. It's also easier with find -exec.
Apr
3
comment Disable local delivery in Sendmail
@Rodrigo example.com. with a trailing dot is a canonical FQDN. The example.com without dot is relative and thus imprecise, for example it could mean example.com.yourdomain.org. depending on your OS settings. This is exactly the same difference as between /etc/passwd and etc/passwd