You can download and install the package on your Debian system, which will add PPA file to your system. During the installation of MySQL apt config package, It will prompt to select MySQL version to install. Select the MySQL 5.7 option to install on your system.
Refer below link for steps to install it.
Writes still happen, overlayfs redirects them into the upper layer. And the lower layer will need to be updated eventually. So no, just having an overlay won't fix a challenge with durability. You should think about what data needs to be durable, and how to recover from failure.
Power off during write risks data being lost somewhere in the several layers of ...
From apt-cache depends aide we can see that it's only reccomended:
[~]$ apt-cache depends aide
If it said Depends: aide-common it would be a hard requirement. Recommends is only a soft dependency, so you can choose to ignore it.
If we from there go on to man ...
I had the same problem with a directory, though the problem was that the folder was hosted on an NFS server with root_squash enabled. In that case, if you have root access to the NFS server, just run chown from there.
If you have the same problem but don't have root on the NFS server (only on the client), then (if you are responsible and know what you are ...
After hours and hours I was able to solve the problem
The MTU of the docker's bridge network has to match to the MTU of host's the network adapter
In my case the MTU of eth0 (host) was set to 1450 while MTU of docker0 was set to 1500
You can change the MTU by either
editing your docker.service as described in https://stackoverflow.com/questions/35300497/...
Precise can be found on old-releases.ubuntu.com, where all the obsolete Ubuntu versions dwell.
However, Precise went EoL in 2017, five years ago. There might be a good reason to use that version, but more often than not there isn't any.
Yes, you could rescue your system.
Before writting on disk, do backup of all your sensible datas!!
boot your installation media on rescue mode. If you don't have them anymore, you could use minimal Debian 7.11 amd64.iso, Debian 7.11 i386 or any other from Debian Archives CD.
Advanced options -> Rescue mode... Configure locales...
A simple script to fix arbitrary broken permissions on a general purpose system does not exist. You, your users, and the software you use can set whatever permissions you like to meet your requirements. Overly broad permission changes are a loss of that metadata.
First, determine how permissions were broken, for example chmod chown setfacl or chcon commands. ...
Normally after install vncserver and vncclient on client machine, you have to activate vncserver, which looks like you have done it, but from what I've seen X11 session didn't start.
When I do it I setup some lighter GUI environment ie XFCE or LXDE, but then you have to define that before starting vncserver.
#[ -r $HOME/....
My case was not an IP address issue, but this post is the first that shows up when searching nginx serving the wrong root. My nginx was configured with 3 different domain names with 3 different server blocks each with a different root. 1 of the domain names was serving from the wrong root.
In my case I discovered that one of my server blocks contained these ...
Real old Q&A, but I just had this problem on an old RHEL. The issue was that there was an invalid file /etc/rc.d/init.d. The file 'down' was somehow inserted by a curl command run from cron. When the file was deleted, service --status-all showed everything without a problem.
The following command works for me as of May 2021:
curl https://packages.cloud.google.com/apt/doc/apt-key.gpg | sudo apt-key --keyring /usr/share/keyrings/cloud.google.gpg add -
Source: this thread the gce-discussion Google Groups board
OK problem has been solved.
Policyd-rate-limit installed from default debian repository ( Debian 9.13 ) cant correctly to work with Postfix 3.1.15.
So I have uninstalled package policyd-rate-limit along with configuration files.
After I installed manually policyd-rate-limit using pip3. Of course it needs to be copied manually config file and init scripts/...
I found the reason. Prior to compilation I had libssl-dev installed, which collided with this. Despite sudo apt remove libssl-dev I couldn't get rid of it. Maybe a purge would have helped. I didn't try it.
I had to reinstall Debian but this time I didn't install libssl-dev.
sudo -E apt install software-properties-common build-essential make wget
This issue caused by low-level problems while the NIC transmits the ethernet frames.
check the statistics from NIC (ethtool -S eth0 | grep tx)
check the logs from remote side device
update the NIC driver - build and install ixgbe module from the Intel site.
Don't use round-robin: bond-mode balance-rr
This mode will cause a lot of out-of-order TCP traffic and limit throughput like you are experiencing.
Change the bond to bond-mode balance-xor which balances a single flow out each member of the bond. So a single stream will go at 1x NIC speed (1 Gbps) but you can run many flows and achieve full speed of all NICs (...
It is safe. I have uninstalled rsyslog on all my Debian running personal computers. Yet in such a scenario you have done the right move I believe to change /etc/systemd/journald.conf, line Storage=auto to Storage=persistent to keep older journals, not only the current after boot, which is the default setting in Debian 10.
On the other hand, on servers you ...