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In addition to /etc/sudoers, sudo will also read files in the /etc/sudoers.d directory. The cloud-init application, commonly used on AWS instances, places a sudoers configuration in that directory for allowing the default user to sudo without a password.
I updated my script to following code. Although it is not able to create pidfile but it is working as I want. If anybody has better script then kindly post your answer. #!/bin/bash # chkconfig: 2345 95 05 # description: MY Application # Source function library. . /etc/init.d/functions RETVAL=0 prog="myserver" PIDFILE=/var/run/$prog.pid ...
To do this, you need access to your DNS server - either through your domain hoster or whatever you use to manage your DNS zone. The easiest would be to have a wildcard DNS entry (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wildcard_DNS_record). This will send all subdomains .yourdomain.tld to your EC2 instance(s). Once you have that, you only need some logic in you ...
The file names you show look like the temporary files that rsync creates while transferring files (upon successful completion, those are then atomically renamed to the proper name; without the leading dot and trailing six-character extension). They are normally deleted if the rsync transfer is interrupted cleanly (perhaps because the connection has been ...
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