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This is really just a comment that is too long for comments. The short answer to your question is: Yes. Resource over-utilization can kill each and every functionality that the server has. Every process requires memory. When the memory runs out, sad times. Long answer If you can't recover the machine while it is struggling, finding the root cause will ...


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If a server is completely consumed cpu-wise, it won't have the cycles to service your ssh request. If it's completely consumed memory-wise, it won't be able to fork a new sshd process for you. I find there's quite often instances when ssh doesn't work, and it's due to resource over-utilization. That said, repeatedly taking the sledgehammer approach of ...


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What you would need to do is include the file below the Content-Disposition: attachment; filename="por5151.pdf" line while you generate the .eml file. You can do so using the base64 utility: base64 por5151.pdf Make sure the closing boundary (--B835649000072104Jul07--) gets inserted behind that. sendmail doesn't interpret the file that you hand it, ...


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Short of somebody else giving a more elegant solution, you can build yourself a bash script and add these things. I think the thing you want to do for the others is maybe reload the modules, if your not able to find those adapters. You can look for the adapters like this ip link show if your sure you've covered all adapters then try to reload modules. ...



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