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    From the clamscan(1) manpages: Depending on...

    From the clamscan(1) manpages:


    Depending on which account's crontab you're running that from, you may need to set the crontab(5) MAILTO variable or set up an appropriate alias for yourself.
    ...
  2. Thread: swap unutilised

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    You don't want that. (Unless you'd really like to...

    You don't want that. (Unless you'd really like to see performance crawl.)

    I think you need to revisit your bottleneck analysis.
  3. Thread: Securing CentOS

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    How's that? You've got a RFC 1918 (private) IP...

    How's that? You've got a RFC 1918 (private) IP address. Are you behind a NAT device that forwards requests to port 80 on your server?



    If you don't need those additional services, then shut...
  4. Thread: Pam + Ssh Keys

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    In /etc/ssh/sshd_config: PermitRootLogin...

    In /etc/ssh/sshd_config:

    PermitRootLogin without-password

    See sshd_config(5) manpages for details.



    Edit /etc/securetty and remove everything except the line that says "console". (IIRC,...
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    Not to mention: Review your changelog to...

    Not to mention:



    Review your changelog to see if you can determine any application level, packet filtering, etc. changes that may have caused this.

    If nothing, it very well could be...
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    Not under normal circumstances. (That would be a...

    Not under normal circumstances. (That would be a big problem.)


    If the server is rebuilt and you don't preserve the host keys, this will happen.
    If on the client side you delete your...
  7. There's really a lot you could do to lock this...

    There's really a lot you could do to lock this down further. On a very basic level I'd say you will want to allow only pubkey authentication (and disable all others) for sshd. And you may want to run...
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    No. We can not tell you, based on what you've...

    No. We can not tell you, based on what you've posted, whether your box is cracked or not. To put it another way: Based on the logwatch results it appears someone is actively trying to gain access to...
  9. Seems like a thorough memory (RAM) test should be...

    Seems like a thorough memory (RAM) test should be run since you're seeing segfaults.

    From your dmesg:

    Filesystem "md6": Disabling barriers, not supported by the underlying device
    XFS...
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    For starters, let's see the results of df -h.

    For starters, let's see the results of df -h.
  11. Thread: Clean logs

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    Just let logrotate do its job. There is likely no...

    Just let logrotate do its job. There is likely no need to make this into two distinct operations.
  12. So pay off your debt and invest what is left...

    So pay off your debt and invest what is left over...



    It sounds like what you really need is a tower server. Your money will go further for better CPU/RAM, and you'll have more reliable...
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    See manpages for partprobe(8).

    See manpages for partprobe(8).
  14. Thread: Listen 80

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    This is the problem with apache (httpd server and...

    This is the problem with apache (httpd server and tomcat) documentation. There are 1,000,000,1 howtos and walkthroughs that each recommend slightly different approaches, and their approaches are...
  15. So don't hardcode it. Assign the value(s) of your...

    So don't hardcode it. Assign the value(s) of your operation to the variable. You can use egrep to search for more than one expression.
  16. You could assign the search expression to a...

    You could assign the search expression to a variable, e.g.:

    $ EXPR='sangal'
    $ grep "$EXPR" p1 p2
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    Right. Pubkey authentication + an alias...

    Right. Pubkey authentication + an alias...
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    I'm a little puzzled. The load libraries don't...

    I'm a little puzzled. The load libraries don't seem to be missing any (paths to) shared objects.

    Earlier you said:


    ... so I'm assuming you have checked /var/log/messages for selinux-related...
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    No, it didn't. I was hoping that command would...

    No, it didn't. I was hoping that command would show us which library was not found (but the output looks fine).

    While we're looking around, might as well try the same for libmpi.so.0:
    $ ldd...
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    Yes, and it's a good idea to mention details like...

    Yes, and it's a good idea to mention details like this when you start a thread. Otherwise you leave it up to people who are trying to help to guess (without all the info).

    There is a vmware...
  21. Thread: Listen 80

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    What editor are you using? If vi, to enable...

    What editor are you using?

    If vi, to enable line numbers:

    Press Esc
    Type
    :set nu and press Enter
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    So do a locate for libmpi.so.0. Then add its path...

    So do a locate for libmpi.so.0. Then add its path to your LD_LIBRARY_PATH, and try again.
  23. Not to stray too far off-topic on this thread,...

    Not to stray too far off-topic on this thread, but this is one of the things I really like about FreeBSD's ports system.

    There is a single ports (i.e. third-party application) tree, and look what...
  24. That surprises me, but I'm not a mysql expert, so...

    That surprises me, but I'm not a mysql expert, so I can't speak to it.



    Perhaps you can, if you're able to find a repository that provides it.

    Good luck.
  25. Thread: Listen 80

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    Ok... so what's on line 332?? That would be a...

    Ok... so what's on line 332??

    That would be a good place to start troubleshooting. ;)
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