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Forum: Solaris 12-10-2013
2,192
Posted By admin_xor
I am SSH-ing to the box.
I am SSH-ing to the box.
Forum: Solaris 12-09-2013
2,192
Posted By admin_xor
Solaris syslog messages cluttering screen
Well, this kind of silly but I think I am missing something. So we have this Solaris 10 server which acts as syslog server for network devices. Problem is the syslogs clutters whenever I use the...
Forum: Red Hat 01-29-2013
1,425
Posted By admin_xor
Without even little knowledge of your network...
Without even little knowledge of your network infrastructure, I don't think it's possible to just hand out the solution.

Please let us know how your clients are connecting to the server. Is there...
Forum: Red Hat 01-29-2013
8,499
Posted By admin_xor
I'm sorry, but I found this a bit funny. How is...
I'm sorry, but I found this a bit funny. How is it even possible to install a System Z RHEL on x86 platform? :D

---------- Post updated at 03:40 PM ---------- Previous update was at 03:37 PM...
Forum: Red Hat 01-21-2013
3,284
Posted By admin_xor
If you really want to free up some memory space,...
If you really want to free up some memory space, by clearing out free page caches, directory entries and inode caches, try the below:


for i in 1 2 3; do sync; sleep 1; done; sysctl -w...
Forum: Red Hat 01-20-2013
2,665
Posted By admin_xor
I would suggest rather than decreasing the...
I would suggest rather than decreasing the reserved block percentage, use tune2fs -u to specify a user id (usually user id of the application which will use the file system, I'm assuming it's oracle...
Forum: Red Hat 01-09-2013
3,250
Posted By admin_xor
You can safely turn off the NetworkManager...
You can safely turn off the NetworkManager service. It's good for a Desktop computer but not for a server.
chkconfig NetworkManager off
service NetworkManager stop
Forum: Red Hat 01-08-2013
18,400
Posted By admin_xor
Well as pointed out, it's recommended to use the...
Well as pointed out, it's recommended to use the NTP servers for updating date/time using the ntpdate command.

If this is not available, then the next recommended method is to use the hwclock...
Forum: Red Hat 01-08-2013
1,763
Posted By admin_xor
Hi, Please post the contents of the...
Hi,

Please post the contents of the /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth0 and ifcfg-eth1 files.
Forum: Red Hat 01-02-2013
1,462
Posted By admin_xor
How to troubleshoot a 1000 nodes Apache cluster?
Hi all.

May I get some expert advice on troubleshooting performance issues of a 1000 nodes Apache LB cluster. Users report slow loading/response of webpages. Different websites are hosted on this...
Forum: Red Hat 01-02-2013
1,887
Posted By admin_xor
You have to specify ChrootDirectory in...
You have to specify ChrootDirectory in /etc/ssh/sshd_config which will be chroot-ed during an sftp session. You may make this as the home directory for the "functional ID" (shared ID I suppose).
...
Forum: Red Hat 12-27-2012
1,920
Posted By admin_xor
There's the proof. It's pretty obvious that gdm...
There's the proof. It's pretty obvious that gdm user does not have any permission on /var/lib/gdm. Please change the ownership as suggested earlier:

chown gdm:gdm /var/lib/gdm
Forum: Red Hat 12-27-2012
1,920
Posted By admin_xor
Could you post the output of the following...
Could you post the output of the following command:


ls -laZ /var/lib/gdm
Forum: Red Hat 12-27-2012
1,920
Posted By admin_xor
If you really have done it (accessing through...
If you really have done it (accessing through virtual terminal CTRL+ALT+F1/2 etc or through ssh), then there's only way it can be solved: remove and reinstall GDM.

But, I'm sure it can be...
Forum: Red Hat 12-26-2012
1,920
Posted By admin_xor
Hi, Seems like a permission issue. gdm...
Hi,

Seems like a permission issue. gdm usually runs as "gdm" user. So check if gdm:gdm has at least 755 permission on /var/lib/gdm. If not, run the following:

chown -R gdm:gdm /var/lib/gdm...
Forum: Red Hat 12-07-2012
6,287
Posted By admin_xor
Yes, vsftpd works on the same old ftp protocol...
Yes, vsftpd works on the same old ftp protocol and supports both active and passive modes. But, it's really tightly secured. That's why the name "Very Secure FTP daemon" :D
Forum: Red Hat 12-06-2012
6,287
Posted By admin_xor
True, xinetd is not that much used now a days....
True, xinetd is not that much used now a days. But it sure does a good job of make the system resources available for other use. For an example, a PXE server serving TFTP requests. Now, do you really...
Forum: Red Hat 12-04-2012
20,751
Posted By admin_xor
Great! :b:
Great! :b:
Forum: Red Hat 12-03-2012
20,751
Posted By admin_xor
I understand /dev/vg_domino8/lv_domino8_base is...
I understand /dev/vg_domino8/lv_domino8_base is still appearing. If so, try to figure out which dm device it corresponds to (from /dev/mapper) directory. Then, you may take a look at /sys/block/dm-x...
Forum: Red Hat 11-29-2012
20,751
Posted By admin_xor
Have you tried deactivating the LVs and VGs which...
Have you tried deactivating the LVs and VGs which were on the affected PVs?

lvchange -an vg_name/lv_name
vgchange -an vg_name


After that, you have to use lvremove and vgremove to remove the...
Forum: Red Hat 11-27-2012
1,563
Posted By admin_xor
Can you check if the package is installed...
Can you check if the package is installed properly? rpm -qlp package_name.rpm will give you the list of files to be installed by the rpm file. Then, you have to verify if those files are really...
Forum: Red Hat 11-07-2012
2,435
Posted By admin_xor
Why don't you take a look at the Red Hat...
Why don't you take a look at the Red Hat documentation page!

In that way you will get to know more about it. If you come across any issue, people in this forum will be more than happy to help you...
Forum: Red Hat 11-07-2012
3,732
Posted By admin_xor
soft => Application which uses nfs share reports...
soft => Application which uses nfs share reports an error if the share is unavailable and exits rather than waiting

intr => NFS requests can be interrupted if the server goes down. If you use soft...
Forum: Red Hat 11-07-2012
4,750
Posted By admin_xor
You do not have to re-install things. You can...
You do not have to re-install things.
You can check your config file syntax by named-checkconf, to check zone file confignamed-checkzone zonename

Check if the port 53 (both udp and tcp) is open...
Forum: Red Hat 11-07-2012
3,659
Posted By admin_xor
If your server is configured to install rpms from...
If your server is configured to install rpms from a yum repo, you can install the package like this:


yum whatprovides *bin/service # This will give you the package name
yum install package-name
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