Your rsyslog configuration specifies to log to a file or device that does not exist and cannot be created. Did you make a typo when you edited your configuration?
You can find out which path is being referred to with a command like:
[root@localhost ~]# rsyslogd -dn 2>/dev/null | grep "ACTION 8"
Third party repositories are added to the system by creating a file in the /etc/yum.repos.d directory which contains the repo configuration (except redhat.repo contains configuration for all of the RHEL repos you are subscribed to). If you no longer intend to use this repo, you can look for the corresponding repo file in that directory and delete it.
The problem is you are trying to pass SecureString into something that expects a standard string. The Password property is in SecureString format, you won't be able to pass this to plink, it will just get translated as System.Security.SecureString If the password change actually worked this is what password would have been set.
To translate a SecureString ...
Im don't know too much about the Linux commands.
You could try
$UserName = "username"
$Password = "password"
$tnsalias = "tnsalias"
set feedback off
select username from dba_users;
Invoke-SSHCommand -Command "$SqlQuery |
There is a way, but it is quite tricky and might mess up your servers, so be very careful.
online : your system that is connected to the repositories
offline: your system that is not connected
Compress your rpm database from the offline system and transfer it to the online system:
tar -cvzf /tmp/rpmdb.tgz *
It looks like your route-tun10 file has a stray carriage return at the end of the line. This is usually because the file was created on Windows and then copied to the system. It's a good idea to avoid Windows text editors due to their line endings causing confusion on Linux systems, unless you can explicitly configure the text editor to use Unix line endings....
The issue is Docker on Windows 10 doesn't know the Red Hat secret sauce and the host isn't offering a subscription for the container to inherit. To get this to work, you'll need to run the build on a host with a subscription using the docker package from the Red Hat yum repositories.
I would recommend CentOS to start out with assuming you need Red Hat ...
Not sure what you are trying to do is possible, from the manpage:
The bind mount call attaches only (part of) a single filesystem, not possible submounts. The entire file hierarchy including submounts is attached a second place by using:
mount --rbind olddir newdir
Requires: iproute(x86-64) = mptcp_v0.94-5.fc24
The version tags indicate this is a Fedora 24 package you are attempting to use on CentOS 7. This will not work.
Find an equivalent el7 package. Or compile it yourself against el7.