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Jan
16
revised What does status “active (exited)” mean for a (custom) service?
addressed a comment to explain the unit file options.
Jan
11
suggested rejected edit on shell command cd !$
Nov
22
comment What does this mean :“sshd 5927 root 3u IPv4 66110 0t0 TCP 192.168.1.165:ssh->43.229.53.76:60 673 (ESTABLISHED)”
might be interesting to check ps on those PIDs and their parent PIDs to check which processes started these connections.
Nov
19
comment Is it possible to make sed doing some logic in the replacement part (regex group)
Are you examining old logs or are you actively running a web server that has seen no active development in over a decade? If these logs are still being generated you might want to look into the options to change the log format to match what you want or at least match what you want closer.
Nov
17
comment How to setup automatic IP assignment after ethernet cable is plugged in
If you're system runs in a localized language setting you can prefix the command with LC_ALL=en_US to get the output in English, like LC_ALL=en_US /sbin/chkconfig --list network. That makes it easier for non-Polish speakers to know that włączone means enabled without resorting to google translate. :)
Nov
17
comment How to setup automatic IP assignment after ethernet cable is plugged in
Please add the output of /sbin/chkconfig --list network and /sbin/chkconfig --list NetworkManager to your question.
Nov
16
revised How to setup automatic IP assignment after ethernet cable is plugged in
fix typo in the title
Nov
16
answered How to setup automatic IP assignment after ethernet cable is plugged in
Nov
16
suggested approved edit on How to setup automatic IP assignment after ethernet cable is plugged in
Nov
12
answered Multiple passes of wiping disk with `dd`
Nov
11
comment Connection refused on port 8081 using curl
Did the service start successfully? Please check if the process is running and check with netstat if the port is listening (netstat -nap|grep 8081 should return a line that says "LISTENING", please add that to your question. If that is successful test the curl on the first system (the one running the process) first with localhost then with the server's name or IP.
Nov
9
answered Yum update error on RedHat 5
Nov
9
answered What does status “active (exited)” mean for a (custom) service?
Nov
9
answered Run multiple cron jobs where one job takes a long time
Nov
9
comment Run multiple cron jobs where one job takes a long time
Please ensure your questions are formatted properly.
Nov
8
answered What is the difference between Runas_List and User_List in sudoers file on Linux
Nov
8
comment Compare files and rename if contents differ
When are documents considered the same? Does formatting matter or should only the text be the same? In the latter case you would need to convert the pdf and doc files to text. There is a pdf2txt utility if I'm not mistaken. And maybe libreoffice can help with the doc files. You can use -iname instead of -name in the find commands to reduce the number of searches. And you can combine both in the same find command. But if the names can differ you risk having to diff a large number of files. Finally the variables used in your sample code are inconsistent.
Nov
6
comment Cann't start MySQL on my Linux server with Centos 7 OS
So? Did you check disk space? Size of the file and the contents of the conf file?
Nov
6
comment Cann't start MySQL on my Linux server with Centos 7 OS
stopdisablingselinux.com There is no need to disable SELinux. Certainly straight out of the box, services installed from official repos and no exotic config services will work the way you expect with SELinux enabled. Please add the errors reported in /var/log/mariadb/mariadb.log to your question. The mysql.sock will be created when Mysql is started. Is this a clean install or did you have a MySQL DB before this on this system?
Nov
6
suggested rejected edit on Delete Empty Folders - recursive