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Sysadmin / systems programmer living in Sydney. I also work as a refugee activist and writer. I enjoy Go, Python, C, postgres, lightweight Linux distros.


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comment Preventing output to /var/log/syslog
This almost does what I personally need, but it's hard to make its behaviour nuanced: I basically want /var/log/remotes/%HOSTNAME%/syslog.log for remotes, but /var/log/syslog if it's from the master. I'm happy to hard-code the FQDN of the master in the config file todo this, but I can't figure out the conditionals.
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comment Preventing output to /var/log/syslog
I see the same behaviour with lines like this in /etc/rsyslog.conf: $template FILENAME,"/var/log/remotes/%HOSTNAME%/syslog.log" *.* ?FILENAME
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comment NTP not syncing in a VM
This is what ticker panic 0 is meant to do, though: "The configuration directive tinker panic 0 instructs NTP not to give up if it sees a large jump in time. This is important for coping with large time drifts and also resuming virtual machines from their suspended state."
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comment Changing permissions on an NFS mount + sharing directories with a guest VM
Thanks for clarifying things more. I meant that I wanted it not to have any relationship to the permissions on the host system - I didn't realise that NFS was purely remote access, with shared permission bits. bindfs would be great if it standard tools like chmod worked with its permissions. I'll have to look into other ways to setting up a share, I think.
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comment Changing permissions on an NFS mount + sharing directories with a guest VM
Will this mean that chown operations on the client will take affect on the host system? I was hoping to use something like bindfs, where permission bits in the client only take affect there.
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revised Changing permissions on an NFS mount + sharing directories with a guest VM
typo in chown example
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comment Changing permissions on an NFS mount + sharing directories with a guest VM
Apologies that it wasn't clear. I've just edited the question to add some more detail.