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405
Posted By RudiC
On top of what bakunin already said, I'd like to...
On top of what bakunin already said, I'd like to add a few comments:
- Did you consider the readarray / mapfile bash builtin for populating the array?
- Why arrays at all? Read the URL- file...
405
Posted By bakunin
Well, first off, the script you showed us can't...
Well, first off, the script you showed us can't do anything, neither slow nor fast: you create an array "$url[]" inside func2() but it will be private to this function and not be known any more once...
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Posted By RudiC
sed 's/DATABASENAME=/TABLESNAME=/; s/,//g; '...
sed 's/DATABASENAME=/TABLESNAME=/; s/,//g; ' myconfig_file; really don't know how to "press enter" with sed.
Forum: Red Hat 10-31-2016
908
Posted By rbatte1
Dear mnnn, I have a few to questions pose in...
Dear mnnn,

I have a few to questions pose in response first:-
What are you trying to achieve? The post doesn't really tell us.
What have you tried so far?
What output/errors do you get?
...
Forum: Red Hat 10-21-2016
821
Posted By RudiC
I agree with hicksd. You could try fsck -N or...
I agree with hicksd. You could try fsck -N or fsck -n to check the file system. But I guess the result will be similar.
Forum: Red Hat 10-21-2016
821
Posted By hicksd8
"Couldn't find valid filesystem superblock" would...
"Couldn't find valid filesystem superblock" would tell me that there has been no filesystem created on the partition.

I'm not a RedHat expert but the generic Unix/Linux answer would be 'mkfs'...
Forum: Red Hat 10-14-2016
1,172
Posted By jlliagre
There are actually several technical solutions...
There are actually several technical solutions allowing to hot patch a Linux kernel. The most advanced is ksplice (http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/server-storage/ksplice/overview/index.html) which...
Forum: Red Hat 10-14-2016
1,172
Posted By RudiC
No. The kernel is loaded first thing during boot...
No. The kernel is loaded first thing during boot and is the core of the entire system, as discussed in e.g. this thread (https://www.unix.com/302709529-post1.html). How could you imagine it being...
1,111
Posted By Chubler_XL
When specifying exclude paths then should be...
When specifying exclude paths then should be anchored to the root of the transfer path like this:

rsync -avzh --exclude=/B /var/www/html/ user@192.168.10.243:/var/www/html

Note: if you used...
1,111
Posted By jim mcnamara
Are A, B and so on on separate physical...
Are A, B and so on on separate physical mountpoints? or different servers?
I am assuming there are A, B ... directories one place and then another set of A, B ... directories somewhere else. Maybe...
Forum: Open Source 07-06-2016
1,511
Posted By jim mcnamara
Please tell us if this is what you want: Block...
Please tell us if this is what you want:
Block (blacklist) ip address for 15 minutes. Then restore it (remove from blacklist).

How do you intend to trigger this event? In other words, what has...
Forum: Red Hat 06-28-2016
758
Posted By RudiC
Please formulate your question or request in an...
Please formulate your question or request in an unambigious way in plain English.
Forum: Red Hat 06-26-2016
1,008
Posted By Scott
Just a consideration, but do you have SELinux...
Just a consideration, but do you have SELinux enabled?

sestatus

If so you will need to set some contexts on the directory / files, or disable it.
Forum: Red Hat 06-22-2016
1,348
Posted By gull04
Hi, OK, I have a better understanding now -...
Hi,

OK, I have a better understanding now - well a bit better. Does each of the ADSL lines have its own router, or are they three connections into the same router/switch.

If it's the latter...
Forum: Red Hat 06-22-2016
1,348
Posted By gull04
Hi, I'm having some problems in...
Hi,

I'm having some problems in understanding your last post, can you clarify for me.

Regards

Dave Munro
Forum: Red Hat 06-08-2016
1,366
Posted By RudiC
Actually, you don't. init.d is (or used to be) a...
Actually, you don't. init.d is (or used to be) a directory with boot or configuration scripts to be run at boot time or to restart/stop the respective daemons or services.
init is THE core process...
Forum: Red Hat 05-17-2016
4,695
Posted By RavinderSingh13
Hello mnnn, Let's try one more step...
Hello mnnn,


Let's try one more step here(I am not *NIX expert but trying to troubleshoot here). Above error may be because of file /etc/resolv.conf, could you please check name servers entry...
Forum: Red Hat 05-16-2016
4,695
Posted By RavinderSingh13
Hello mnnn, So as you confirmed that...
Hello mnnn,

So as you confirmed that openssh-clients is not installed and Scrutinizer has also confirmed that rsync requires this facility, so could please try to install openssh into your system...
Forum: Red Hat 05-16-2016
4,695
Posted By Scrutinizer
Have you tested manually? Can you reach the...
Have you tested manually? Can you reach the server you are rsync'ing with through ssh?.
Is the firewall allowing this connection?
Have you tried to configure it using wget (https) instead of rsync...
Forum: Red Hat 05-16-2016
4,695
Posted By RavinderSingh13
Hello mnnn, You could check with following...
Hello mnnn,

You could check with following command if openssh-clients is installed into your system or not.

rpm -qa openssh-clients
Also following may help you to understand about...
Forum: Red Hat 05-16-2016
4,695
Posted By RavinderSingh13
Hello mnnn, Not pretty sure, but could...
Hello mnnn,

Not pretty sure, but could you check if you have installed openssh-clients into your machine, it may be the reason for this error.

Thanks,
R. Singh
Forum: Red Hat 05-16-2016
4,695
Posted By RavinderSingh13
Hello mnnn, As a starting point could you...
Hello mnnn,

As a starting point could you please check rsync entry 873/tcp in /etc/services and you're not blocked by /etc/hosts.deny.

Thanks,
R. Singh
Forum: Red Hat 03-16-2016
797
Posted By jim mcnamara
That would be:...
That would be: https://www.centos.org/docs/5/html/Deployment_Guide-en-US/s1-apache-config-ui.html

There is more to this operation than we can write up here.
Forum: Red Hat 03-14-2016
2,514
Posted By RudiC
Not sure what your question is ... does...
Not sure what your question is ... does /usr/share/cacti/rra/10_10_traffic_in_10.rrd exist?
Forum: Red Hat 03-01-2016
2,733
Posted By xabbu
Hi mnnn, no there is no other way to...
Hi mnnn,

no there is no other way to protect the file.
But yum is running as root so no one else need to read the file.

protect it with


chmod 640 /etc/yum.conf
chown root:root...
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