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2010 Nov 14
1
A device attached to the system is not functioning (smbd -V 3.5.x)
Howdy, I'm having one last problem with my Samba PDC with an ldap backend. When I add a machine to the domain I get the error, on my Win7 test client, that says: The following error occurred attempting to join the domain "office": A device attached to the system is not functioning. Here are some particulars: # smbd -V Version 3.5.6 (configured sernet repo to install latest
2010 Mar 21
4
Bug#574858: logcheck: Does not ignore unresolvable hostname
...as the following: # Hostname either fully qualified or not. if [ $FQDN -eq 1 ]; then HOSTNAME="$(hostname --fqdn 2>/dev/null)" else HOSTNAME="$(hostname --short 2>/dev/null)" fi However this will still fail to produce a correct hostnames in the face of an unresolvable hostname in DNS. And I will guess that the short hostname is the more typical case these days since it is the default in Debian. Therefore it would be better if for the short case the hostname is received and then truncated at the first dot if one exists. This will...
2010 Oct 29
2
[LLVMdev] "multiple definition of .. " in clang 2.8
Hi, I tried to run the SPEC benchmark suite SPECCPU 2006 with llvm and clang 2.8. When building the perlbench sources I get these errors (see below) for all the source files. I used a config file ( http://old.nabble.com/file/p30085184/llvm.cfg llvm.cfg ) where I specify clang as the compiler. I verified the same sources with llvm-gcc and it works fine. Also, I verified the
2000 Jul 20
10
SUNWski
Has anyone had success with getting /dev/random to work after installing SUNWski? After I install the pkg and start /etc/ init.d/cryptorand, the /dev/random file remains 0 bytes. I am running Solaris 2.8 - David
2011 Feb 21
2
Rejected mails
I'm getting closer, now with SMTP permitted to whole of Internet to connect to my SMTP/postfix server & for my postfix server to connect out to public Internet on tcp 25 as well. I send emails from permitted domain's SMTP servers with "Receipt Acknowledgemt" & the ack returned said it was delivered but somehow there's no mail in the mailbox & using the site
2016 Apr 05
4
How to set hostname and domainnmae in CentOS 7?
We can permanently set hostname using hostnamectl set-hostname. How can we permanently set *domain name* in CentOS 7? I found an article <http://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/239920/how-to-set-the-fully-qualified-hostname-on-centos-7-0> that recommended setting FQDN using hostnamectl. Is that the right way to set hostname and domainname at the same time using
2006 Aug 24
1
dovecot-1.0_rc7 crashes (Login process died too early) with repeated deletes from thunderbird
I can consistently reproduce a crash in dovecot: Select 20 or more messages and copy them to a test folder. Go into that test folder and SHIFT-DEL the messages rapidly (holding down SHIFT-DEL works best) Just rapidly DELing them (even holding down DEL) doesn't do it (unless it's the Trash folder) I'm using the following namespace (in case that's relevant) namespace private {
2014 Feb 12
1
[PATCH 2/2] mllib: hostname: add a newline in /etc/hostname
/etc/hostname usually has an ending newline, so add it when changing it. --- mllib/hostname.ml | 2 +- 1 file changed, 1 insertion(+), 1 deletion(-) diff --git a/mllib/hostname.ml b/mllib/hostname.ml index e1c5d4b..cffba6b 100644 --- a/mllib/hostname.ml +++ b/mllib/hostname.ml @@ -79,7 +79,7 @@ and replace_line_in_file g filename key value = g#write
2006 Aug 25
1
[Fwd: dovecot-1.0_rc7 crashes (Login process died too early) with repeated deletes from thunderbird]
I've run this test on every permutation of poll and notify: can NOT reproduce the crash: --with-ioloop=select --with-notify=none --with-ioloop=select --with-notify=dnotify --with-ioloop=select --with-notify=inotify --with-ioloop=poll --with-notify=none --with-ioloop=poll --with-notify=dnotify --with-ioloop=poll --with-notify=inotify CAN reproduce the crash: --with-ioloop=epoll
2014 Feb 12
2
[PATCH 1/2] mllib: hostname: replace the hostname on Debian also in /etc/hosts (RHBZ#953907).
In Debian/Ubuntu systems, read the previous hostname from /etc/hostname before replacing it, and try to carefully replace it in /etc/hosts with the new hostname. Since Perl_edit to edit /etc/hosts, it is added/changed as dependency for Hostname. --- builder/Makefile.am | 2 +- mllib/Makefile.am | 2 +- mllib/hostname.ml | 22
2014 Feb 13
2
Re: [PATCH] mllib: hostname: replace the hostname on Debian also in /etc/hosts (RHBZ#953907).
On Thursday 13 February 2014 13:33:16 Richard W.M. Jones wrote: > On Thu, Feb 13, 2014 at 02:15:31PM +0100, Pino Toscano wrote: > > + let expr = "/files/etc/hosts/*[label() != '#comment']/*[label() > > != 'ipaddr'][. = '" ^ oldhost ^ "']" in > Quoting? If oldhost contains a ' character + some Augeas code,
2020 Oct 18
2
Newbie question about replication
...have been restarted, so it is not a goof indication. I am going to enable debug to see what's going on. Maybe it was some transient situation or human error on my part during setting it all up or tweaking the configuration. I will come back if I observe such thing again. Here are the listings. Hostnames etc. replaced for privacy. --- Instance A root at serverA:/var/vmail/user at example.net/mail/INBOX/.MailDir/cur# ll total 14684 drwx------ 2 vmail vmail 4096 Oct 16 13:15 . drwx------ 5 vmail vmail 4096 Oct 16 13:15 .. -rw------- 1 vmail vmail 303371 Oct 30 2...
2012 Feb 08
2
fqdn hostname fails after reboot
Hi, I have several machines running CentOS 6.2 and a strange problem with the hostname of one machine... After every reboot it loses the fqdn hostname. Here is my confguration: ifconfig | grep "inet addr" inet addr:10.0.0.12 Bcast:10.0.0.255 Mask:255.255.255.0 inet addr:127.0.0.1 Mask:255.0.0.0 /etc/sysconfig/network NETWORKING=yes
2013 Apr 08
5
Hostname question
CentOS 6.4, clean install. Zimbra 8.0.3 I am behind a PfSense box using a virtual IP. So the IP of the box is 192.168.1.27 I entered this in /etc/hosts: 127.0.0.1 localhost localhost.localdomain localhost4 localhost4.localdomain4 ::1 localhost localhost.localdomain localhost6 localhost6.localdomain6 192.168.1.27 mail mail.meowbox.me meowbox.me but `hostname -f` says: $
2019 Apr 10
4
Short or long hostname ?
Hi, For the last ten years or so, I've defined the short hostname in /etc/hostname and the FQDN in /etc/hosts. Now I wanted to double-check this information, which eventually led me to this page: * https://serverfault.com/questions/331936/setting-the-hostname-fqdn-or-short-name Now I admit I'm even more confused than before. Is there some reliable
2006 Nov 29
3
hostname setting
Can someone with far more knowledge than me help here? I have a co-worker with a question; " Where should i set the server's hostname? There seems to be multiple places and i don't understand the differences. 1. # hostname mailserver.mydomain.com 2. # echo "127.0.0.1 mailserver mailserver.mydomain.com">>/etc/hosts 3. # vi /etc/sysconfig/network,
2011 Apr 21
2
[asterisk-user] Can't get hostname on asterisk dialplan by ENV()
Hi Friend, Can't get hostname environment variable on asterisk dialplan. Help me about how to get hostname environment variable on asterisk dialplan. I have written "export HOSTNAME" in /root/.bash_profile and when i execute "echo $HOSTNAME" then get right hostname but not success through asterisk dialplan. Get environment variable path right value through below
2009 Jun 04
1
[PATCH node] Hostname is now properly persisted between reboots. rhbz#504166
The o-c-hostname script now checks to see if local storage has been configured. If it has not then the script exits with an error. Otherwise, after the user enters a hostname, the /etc/script/network file is persisted. Signed-off-by: Darryl L. Pierce <dpierce@redhat.com> --- scripts/ovirt-config-hostname | 13 ++++++++++--- scripts/ovirt-functions | 11
2019 Sep 26
1
[PATCH] builder: templates: set "unassigned" hostname
By default the installer will set the hostname to what the DHCP returns, exposing details of the machine where make-template.ml runs. Instead, force "unassigned-hostname.unassigned-domain" as hostname, so plays nicely with the hostname setting code in virt-customize. --- builder/templates/debian.preseed | 2 +- builder/templates/ubuntu.preseed | 5 +++++ 2 files
2008 Aug 13
1
RfE: use HOSTNAME environment variable in hostpid_init()
...the special behavior from deliver? The dovecot master process should export $HOSTNAME to all childs in this case. Motivation: Dovecot uses the hostname as part of Maildir file names and gethostname() is not fully qualified on all operating systems (it is on IRIX but not on Linux). But unqualified hostnames are not unique and it is frequent that dovecot hosts are named "mail" oder "imap" as hostname. To distinguish between mail.domain1.com and mail.domain2.net would be easier if dovecot evaluate $HOSTNAME in all case not just deliver as program imap can create Maildir files as well...