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revised Enabling FIPS on a luks encrypted CentOS system breaks boot password
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comment Enabling FIPS on a luks encrypted CentOS system breaks boot password
Thanks - I have it sorted now, check the answer below.
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answered Enabling FIPS on a luks encrypted CentOS system breaks boot password
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asked Enabling FIPS on a luks encrypted CentOS system breaks boot password
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awarded  Autobiographer
Aug
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asked Libgcrypt warning: MD5 used - FIPS mode inactivated
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awarded  Citizen Patrol
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comment FIPS integrity test failed
I followed the steps in the link included in the first line of the question. CentOS comes with a fips openssl module, you don't have to build it anymore. I have it working on one machine, but the second one fails as described above.
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asked FIPS integrity test failed
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awarded  Yearling
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awarded  Critic
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comment rsyslog adding unwanted text to outbound log data
Yeah this answer is not fully correct. I changed the log output by using $template myFormat,"%msg%\n" and local5.*;local6.* @syslog.my.organization.tld:514;myFormat. Still have a bit of tweaking to do, but the text Jun 29 11:57:58 appserver acoder: is now gone.
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comment rsyslog adding unwanted text to outbound log data
I'm viewing output sent from the app server with tcpdump -vv -s 0 -A dst port 514. So you are saying that the rsyslog log format cannot be edited beyond what is done in httpd.conf's LogFormat section?
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asked rsyslog adding unwanted text to outbound log data