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comment Linux file ACL and secondary groups
Bingo, we have a winner! Thanks for the answer
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comment Linux file ACL and secondary groups
The groups do match up, as do the numeric ID's so I don't think that is the root issue.
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comment Linux file ACL and secondary groups
@rackandboneman 'getent group' does not have any groups repeated. And 'id' of a user shows they belong to the relevant groups, nothing appears to be truncated.
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comment Install Old Version of PHP on Centos 6
Why the CentOS 6 requirement? You are building an unstable system. CentOS 5 would be a better choice.
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comment Mirroring an entire machine
The data the this machine stores has a huge bearing on strategies for backup/replication. rsync may not be good enough especially with very busy servers. That being said you can do some pretty fancy stuff with "snapshotting" LVM and then restoring to your hot spare box.
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comment Asterisk block incoming call with certain Caller IDs
Take a look at this: stackoverflow.com/questions/3624458/…
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comment What is a good modern parallel SSH tool?
For something that offers the best of both worlds you may want to take a look at salt (saltstack.org) it can do full on configuration management but will also allow you to issue a command to multiple computers at once.
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comment Does /var/spool/mail/user ever get cleared?
To send the email to another email address in your crontab edit it and add a line similar to this: MAILTO=user@example.com