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I use rsnapshot-1.4.1 and install it manually from the tar.gz source by doing ./configure make install By default it will install a template rsnapshot.conf.default file under /usr/local/etc/ and the rsnapshot perl script under /usr/local/bin/ you need to do 2 things regarding the configuration file: cp /usr/local/etc/rsnapshot.conf.default ...


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Is Tripwire the tool you are thinking of? By the way Puppet can notify you when a file it manages had been changed.


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What's about varnish_reload_vcl? Some examples: Without problems in your VCL file $ varnish_reload_vcl Loading vcl from /etc/varnish/default.vcl Current running config name is reload_2016-01-28T15:18:23 Using new config name reload_2016-01-28T15:19:57 VCL compiled. VCL 'reload_2016-01-28T15:19:57' now active available 0 boot available 0 ...


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As a rule of thumb, applications you run as a non-root user will put their configuration under /home. System-wide configuration resides under /etc (and to a lesser extent under /var/lib and other locations), but applications not running as root don't have write access to these locations. As for your 2nd question, it depends. If your new system contains the ...


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If you statically link everything you need you can then simply use "makeoptions NO_MODULES=yes" so you're not building unnecessary modules. This can also be accomplished with MODULES_OVERRIDE and/or WITHOUT_MODULES. The ability to load modules at runtime is not always a good thing. The module could be a rootkit for instance. SECURELEVEL also mitigates ...


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root (hd0,0) - Configures the root partition for GRUB, such as (hd0,0) first hard disk, first Partition and mounts the partition. kernel /vmlinuz-i686-up-4GB root=/dev/hda9 - Specifies the kernel location which is inside the /boot folder. This location is related to the root(hd0,0) statement.The root partition is specified according to the Linux ...


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There are two ways that you can do that. Fabric uses openssh on the backend so if you already configured passwordless connection then you will not need to set anything and it will work. The other way is simple as well. You only need to set up the env variables. from fabric.state import env env.user = "user" env.password = "password" env.colorize_errors = ...



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