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Feb
28
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Feb
27
comment How to configure logging inside a Docker container?
I've tried to use the syslog driver, but still no error messages are logged to the host's syslog when they usually are logged by the server running on the host machine. Anyways thanks for your assistance.
Feb
21
comment How to configure logging inside a Docker container?
... or inside the /var/log/syslog on the host machine.
Feb
21
comment How to configure logging inside a Docker container?
I would like to achieve the default behavior I have on my host machine out of box. I just install the server and all logs go to the syslog by default. I want to have the logs inside the /var/log/syslig inside the container.
Feb
21
comment How to configure logging inside a Docker container?
I run the container with the --detach and the --tty parameters and I was expecting the logs to go to their default location /var/log/syslog inside the container.
Feb
21
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Feb
21
comment How to configure logging inside a Docker container?
I started OpenVPN manually inside the container. The server is actually running but I can see no logs (/var/log/syslog is missing) inside the container.
Feb
21
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Feb
18
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Feb
18
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Jan
8
comment Large zone file for bind9 : ad-blocking
I finally managed to configure it. It was just a typo. Thank you very much for your assistance. You can check out what it is if you are interested in ad-blocking github.com/Kolyunya/afdns
Jan
8
comment Large zone file for bind9 : ad-blocking
Thanks again for your assistance. First, I've messed up Debian versions. In fact I currently use Jessie. Second, I've configured bind to use RPZ and zone file shrank to 11Mb. The server configuration is ok, it starts successfully. This probably should be asked in another question, but the problem is now that is IP's for domains in my blacklist zone are taken from a forwarder, not from the .db file. I have forward only option set. And I was expecting domains which are listed locally to be taken from zone file and all others from a forwarder.
Jan
8
accepted Large zone file for bind9 : ad-blocking
Jan
8
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Jan
8
comment Large zone file for bind9 : ad-blocking
I'm currently using Debian 7, but I consider switching to another distribution since it's a dedicated server. Not sure which one though.
Jan
7
comment Large zone file for bind9 : ad-blocking
Thanks again, but we don't have version 9.10 available yet...
Jan
7
comment Large zone file for bind9 : ad-blocking
Thank you for your assistance. I definitely have couple of hundreds megabytes of RAM on my machine plus a large swap. So this is probably has nothing to do with RAM. I checked service bind9 status and it reported some information which I added to the question: adjusted limit on open files from 4096 to 1048576 ... using up to 4096 sockets. Does it mean that bind reaches some system limit? Can I alter this limit somehow?
Jan
7
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Jan
7
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Jan
7
asked Large zone file for bind9 : ad-blocking