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Posted By coolatt
Apache - tcpdump get HTTP and HTTPS Headers
Hello

I googled for "tcpdump view HOST http headers" -- that fine

However can we do same for HTTPS like after the HTTPS gets decrypted by Apache ?

I think this is legitimate on the server...
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Posted By coolatt
hello peasant, thanks for the advice am...
hello peasant,

thanks for the advice

am going to install this and play with it.

regards,
coolatt
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Posted By coolatt
Hello Peasant. Thanks for the solution. ...
Hello Peasant.

Thanks for the solution.

whats the 240 ?
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Posted By coolatt
Identify cause of high resource usage
hello all,

on linux servers sometimes any of these resources (cpu,memory,disk) get a spike when you are not in front of the server.

the duration of these spikes might be 5 mins or even whole...
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Posted By coolatt
Hello. I dont have the output with me,i saw...
Hello.

I dont have the output with me,i saw that during work.

But i remember part of the output, something like:

httpd 100%
1,072
Posted By coolatt
Apache - atop showing 100% memory
hello,

I did some investigation before posting.

i noticed that during the time when the httpd consumed 100% memory, only few swap was used.

i got a link on StackOverflow that says its normal...
Forum: Linux 11-09-2015
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Posted By coolatt
hello, i like your writings.they are nice. ...
hello,

i like your writings.they are nice.

i understand what you wrote. i got this from noip's website

Authoritative DNS Servers vs. Recursive DNS Servers | No-IP Blog - Managed DNS Services...
Forum: Linux 11-08-2015
6,349
Posted By coolatt
Hello, this still looks confusing to me. ...
Hello,
this still looks confusing to me.

you mean to say the domain registrar will put the somedomain.com in the rootservers , so then it becomes official ?

i was thinking about the whois...
Forum: Linux 11-04-2015
6,349
Posted By coolatt
Domain registrars & DNS servers
I have read many tutorials on bind and i understand the A,MX, CNAME records.

Internally, on a LAN we can install bind and create all these records and we can tell all PC and servers to use this...
Forum: Linux 11-04-2015
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Posted By coolatt
this is a nice tip.thanks from outside...
this is a nice tip.thanks

from outside without any ssh access to the server is there a way to debug this ?
Forum: Linux 11-04-2015
1,574
Posted By coolatt
there are no redirections and no load balancing. ...
there are no redirections and no load balancing.

yes, all vhosts are running on same server

thanks
Forum: Linux 11-03-2015
1,574
Posted By coolatt
Apache vhost - debug web request
Hello all,

I have several vhost and not sure which vhost is serving the requests to my url
http://www.mydomain.tld i have ssh access to the web server

is there a way e.g curl to know exactly...
8,881
Posted By coolatt
Thanks for this great tip..it works !! :)
Thanks for this great tip..it works !! :)
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Posted By coolatt
is it possible to do a dry-run to see what yum...
is it possible to do a dry-run to see what yum update will do with the config files ?
1,594
Posted By coolatt
Centos - prevent yum update from breaking package configurations
i recently run on a centos server and this replaced the current config files with a new one.

this happened with but i think it can happen with other packages as well.

please advise how such...
8,881
Posted By coolatt
Hi, You gave me a very good hint. I...
Hi, You gave me a very good hint.

I installed the terminus-fonts-console rpm package:
# yum install terminus-fonts-console

More about this package is found on this website...
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Posted By coolatt
In centos how to set the console font like in debian
i have 2 installation on VirtualBox : centos & debian

the fonts look nice on debian.

i have provided 2 screenshots in the attachments.

please advise me how to achieve same in centos.
...
Forum: Red Hat 09-14-2015
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Posted By coolatt
Centos-quick way to check if static routes are persistent
Hi All,

Is there a quick way to check whether the current routes on my centos are
persistent or not before rebooting ?

i can take a route -n output but i may completely lost access to my...
Forum: Linux 10-21-2014
2,384
Posted By coolatt
OK i understand..but this is before starting the...
OK i understand..but this is before starting the backup..what if during the backup itself (assume the backup will take 3 hours) the external drive gets connected for some reason ?
Forum: Linux 10-21-2014
2,384
Posted By coolatt
before doing chmod 0 on /mnt/mybackup ...
before doing chmod 0 on /mnt/mybackup

drwxr-xr-x 2 root root 4096 2012-07-26 16:41 mybackup

after doing chmod 0 on /mnt/mybackup

d--------- 2 root root 4096 2014-10-21 11:18 mybackup

i...
Forum: Linux 10-17-2014
2,384
Posted By coolatt
Make directory used as mount point read-only
For my backup , I mount and external hard disk to /mnt/mybackup and then I do an rsync to /mnt/mybackup

If for some reason the rsync fails, I want to prevent it from writing data on the server...
Forum: Debian 10-15-2014
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Posted By coolatt
in your reply you mean to say "except those you...
in your reply you mean to say "except those you excluded" .. right ?

I always avoided to use the word "but" to mean an exception..I think others might get confused as well.. that's why I replied...
Forum: Debian 10-15-2014
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Posted By coolatt
I was asking the question only for my knowledge...
I was asking the question only for my knowledge only..i like to dig deep and investigate.
I usually use tar to backup my Debian Lenny server..but that day I was surprised to see the syntax with the...
Forum: Debian 10-13-2014
5,849
Posted By coolatt
so a TAR also stores about location metadata ?
so a TAR also stores about location metadata ?
Forum: Linux 10-13-2014
1,803
Posted By coolatt
it was installed afterwards. but i dont...
it was installed afterwards.
but i dont remember if i had installed using dpkg -i or using apt-get install.

I just tried the following:

my-debian:/# dpkg -l | grep chromebelow are the...
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