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Forum: Red Hat 04-10-2013
2,256
Posted By thmnetwork
verdepollo actually is kind of right. Red Hat...
verdepollo actually is kind of right. Red Hat doesn't make it "illegal" per se but if they found out you were posting this and tracked it back to an RHCE number, the terms of your agreement allow...
Forum: Red Hat 04-03-2013
1,052
Posted By thmnetwork
Typically you only need to worry about /etc/lvm...
Typically you only need to worry about /etc/lvm if you're doing something super special like tagging or filtering. How were the volumes presented before? If they were on SAN LUN's or something you...
Forum: Linux 04-02-2013
3,618
Posted By thmnetwork
Nothing really to contribute just thought I'd...
Nothing really to contribute just thought I'd drop a full reference in here for someone who has some ideas. Command description from one of my online books (http://i.imgur.com/ToEietv.png).
Forum: Red Hat 04-02-2013
2,569
Posted By thmnetwork
More information is needed. All we know at this...
More information is needed. All we know at this point is that you have a graphical application and it apparently wasn't able to connect to the X Server. How are you connecting? Is it through ssh,...
Forum: Red Hat 04-02-2013
1,359
Posted By thmnetwork
A year or so ago I had to solve this exact...
A year or so ago I had to solve this exact problem for a 100+ VM deployment. You're not going to get around either configuring the template to not include the mac addresses, do DHCP and use a...
Forum: Red Hat 04-02-2013
1,652
Posted By thmnetwork
Posting your httpd.conf would be good (along with...
Posting your httpd.conf would be good (along with any additional .conf's apache has been configured to pull in).

From the symptoms it sounds like you might not have uncommented the...
Forum: Red Hat 04-02-2013
2,939
Posted By thmnetwork
Is the RHEL box's hostname in DNS? AIX does some...
Is the RHEL box's hostname in DNS? AIX does some validation on its side and if it can't resolve the name/IP how it expects undesirable consequences can ensue. I would add the RHEL box to the...
Forum: Red Hat 01-12-2013
6,190
Posted By thmnetwork
I guess it would depend on how they're blocking...
I guess it would depend on how they're blocking it. On my home setup I have the following configuration:



options {
listen-on port 53 { any; };
listen-on-v6 port 53 { ::1; };...
Forum: Red Hat 01-11-2013
6,190
Posted By thmnetwork
The purpose of changing the logging levels is to...
The purpose of changing the logging levels is to generate more information for you to go off of. It won't (by itself) fix your problem, just point you in the right direction.



This is actually...
Forum: Red Hat 01-11-2013
6,190
Posted By thmnetwork
You can always increase the log level of bind,...
You can always increase the log level of bind, restart it, try a few queries and se if it prints anything more descriptive to /var/log/messages. More info on that process...
Forum: Red Hat 01-10-2013
6,190
Posted By thmnetwork
If BIND is successfully restarting, it's probably...
If BIND is successfully restarting, it's probably not a syntax error. Given there's no forwarders you should be getting a NXDOMAIN instead of a SERVFAIL error. What changes did you make to your root...
Forum: Red Hat 01-05-2013
1,793
Posted By thmnetwork
I wouldn't recommend this method...
I wouldn't recommend this method (http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1944903) for disabling CPU's at run-time since I've never tried it myself and I've had bad luck doing the same with using...
Forum: Red Hat 01-03-2013
2,546
Posted By thmnetwork
Yeah you'll have to write syslog in order for it...
Yeah you'll have to write syslog in order for it to end up in those files. Your idea of just printing a banner is alright I just wouldn't do it since it would be to solve a problem that the customer...
Forum: Red Hat 01-03-2013
2,546
Posted By thmnetwork
How the date is formatted is decided by the...
How the date is formatted is decided by the syslog daemon which is in turn decided by how the daemon is configured. If the customer/clients wants that level of precision, they should reconfigure...
Forum: Red Hat 01-03-2013
2,546
Posted By thmnetwork
Well you're not going to reliably write to the...
Well you're not going to reliably write to the log files directly, so you might as well disregard that notion out of hand. If it's a message that's unrelated to mail (for example) and you want it...
Forum: Red Hat 01-02-2013
1,909
Posted By thmnetwork
So my understanding of your question is that you...
So my understanding of your question is that you want to have passwordless ssh command only work if its invoked by a particular script?

Really, the only reasonable way I can think to do that is:...
Forum: Red Hat 01-02-2013
1,470
Posted By thmnetwork
The load balancer is going to be a choking point...
The load balancer is going to be a choking point (bandwidth and CPU utilization-wise). If it's bandwidth you may consider increasing the number of links. You can try to increase links through...
Forum: Red Hat 01-02-2013
2,546
Posted By thmnetwork
You wouldn't be able to specify these particular...
You wouldn't be able to specify these particular files (the messages are routed to the destination files based on the facility/priority pair the program assigned to the message). However the files...
Forum: Red Hat 01-02-2013
2,546
Posted By thmnetwork
syslog generally keeps its destination files...
syslog generally keeps its destination files open:

[root@localhost log]# fuser maillog
maillog: 4648
[root@localhost log]# ps -efa | grep 4648
root 4648 1 0 2012 ? ...
Forum: Linux 12-07-2012
1,732
Posted By thmnetwork
fwiw, the allocation request for a logical extent...
fwiw, the allocation request for a logical extent happens at the time that the logical volume is created.
Forum: Red Hat 12-03-2012
21,040
Posted By thmnetwork
Unfortunately, we can't reboot this server since...
Unfortunately, we can't reboot this server since it's actively serving end users and that would require a change request. But your post did give me an idea that did work: I deleted /dev/vg_domino8...
Forum: Solaris 12-03-2012
892
Posted By thmnetwork
OpenBSM not catching all file writes
I have a custom auditing class configured for these events (http://dpaste.org/eOvfJ/) but it doesn't seem to be catching it when I do a "echo hey > test.txt" Any ideas on why that is?

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Forum: Red Hat 12-03-2012
21,040
Posted By thmnetwork
LVM metadeta is text-based but it doesn't exist...
LVM metadeta is text-based but it doesn't exist in a file anywhere. They're physically stored in the "LVM Head" of each physical volume in the VG. Since there are no PV's anymore I'm guessing the...
Forum: Red Hat 11-29-2012
21,040
Posted By thmnetwork
No-go: [root@dfletcher ~]# lvs ...
No-go:

[root@dfletcher ~]# lvs
/dev/vg_domino8/lv_domino8_tlogs: read failed after 0 of 4096 at 142811791360: Input/output error
/dev/vg_domino8/lv_domino8_tlogs: read failed after 0 of 4096...
Forum: Red Hat 11-28-2012
21,040
Posted By thmnetwork
Removing LVM Volume Group that doesn't exist anymore
Our SAN administrator decided to unpresent then destroy LUN's we were actively using as a volume group (all PV's in said volume group). Now every time I do a pvscan or whatever it complains about I/O...
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