Just to add to the accepted answer, I recently updated redis and encountered the same problem. The configuration file /etc/redis.conf already had the line daemonize no and I still had that problem.
I fixed it by telling redis to interact with the supervisor systemd:
supervised auto # or systemd
For reference, the system I was using was ...
There might be a way with OpenDKIM but you can at least do it in postfix with header_checks.
Create /etc/postfix/header_checks with:
/^DKIM-Signature: / FILTER smtp:127.0.0.1:10025
Then in /etc/postfix/master.cf make two changes. First duplicate the SMTP listener so that it also listens on port 10025 but exclude the OpenDKIM milter. To the listen port, ...
your issue is about yum cache . Yum download package into cache directory.
Space is not enough in that directory to download header and metadata packages
You must solve space issue ,clear cache and update package info again
Also you can change cache directory to another ( you have free space)
check cach directory in :
Thanks to a comment @A.B made, I found the solution.
I believe the main issue was that the br_netfilter module was not loaded:
$ lsmod | grep br_netfilter
On another CentOS 7 Docker host (that does not have this problem), the module was loaded:
$ lsmod | grep br_netfilter
br_netfilter 22256 0
bridge 146976 1 br_netfilter
The estimate is (time to gather file info) + (time to write the data).
Time to gather file info:
Run ls -lR >/dev/null over the files. That's a good estimate of how long it will take to lstat() each file.
Time to write the data:
Write times are usually slower than reads, so measure the write speed at the destination with dd bs=8k count=53375000 if=/dev/...
Time for some rough Fermi estimates with GNU units as a calculator.
Pretend this was one big archive and it could copy sequentially. 1 Gb link, say with overhead the transfer gets 70% of that.
You have: (.7 / 8) GB /s
You want: hr / 427 GB
But it took way longer than an hour and a half. ...
Include the option -v and --progress
This will display the count-down timer while the copy process is in progress.
user@ubuntu:/opt/$ rsync -v --progress test.iso /tmp/
1,459,486,720 100% 51.41MB/s 0:00:27 (xfr#1, to-chk=0/1)
sent 1,459,843,134 bytes received 35 bytes 53,085,206.15 bytes/sec
total size is 1,459,486,720 speedup is 1.00
Or maybe to achieve that, should i mount the /dev/sdb3/cl-home at the
"/" mountpoint ?
No, that will make the system unusable. OS and mount points are installed at / ("rootfs"). Just because the system has certain volumes allocated doesn't mean you have to use them, as sysadmin you can rearrange storage.
You already have Linux LVM, ...
After evaluating the output of commands and the comments, you need:
(execute these commands as a sudoer user, adding sudo in front or as root)
parted /dev/sda mklabel gpt
parted -a opt /dev/sda mkpart lvm 0% 50%
vgextend cl /dev/sda1
lvextend -r -l 100%VG cl/root