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2016 Jul 20
8
?barracuda? listing in logwatch session 123 of user root.
My nightly logwatch report had a never before seen section last night, "barracuda spam firewall". I have not problem with the emails it noted as being rejected. But I've always thought of "barracuda" as a commercial product. I have neither configured nor enabled any barracuda software and "yum list '*barrac*'" comes up empty. What is this? Jon -- Jon
2010 Dec 17
2
Supermicro AOC-SAT2-MV8 and 1TB Seagate Barracuda ES.2
Hi all, I''m getting a very strange problem with a recent OpenSolaris b134 install. System is: Supermicro X5DP8-G2 BIOS 1.6a 2x Supermicro AOC-SAT2-MV8 1.0b 11 Seagate Barracuda 1TB ES.2 ST31000340NS drives If I have any of the 11 1TB Seagate drives plugged into the controller, the AOC-SAT2-MV8 BIOS appears to detect them just fine, but I get the following problems: 1. Grub takes a
2016 Jul 20
0
?barracuda? listing in logwatch session 123 of user root.
On Tue, July 19, 2016 10:06 pm, Jon LaBadie wrote: > My nightly logwatch report had a never before seen > section last night, "barracuda spam firewall". > > I have not problem with the emails it noted as > being rejected. But I've always thought of "barracuda" > as a commercial product. Maybe it is your server that had been "barracuded"?
2016 Jul 20
0
?barracuda? listing in logwatch session 123 of user root.
On 07/19/2016 10:06 PM, Jon LaBadie wrote: > My nightly logwatch report had a never before seen > section last night, "barracuda spam firewall". > > I have not problem with the emails it noted as > being rejected. But I've always thought of "barracuda" > as a commercial product. > > I have neither configured nor enabled any barracuda >
2016 Jul 22
0
?barracuda? listing in logwatch session 123 of user root.
On Tue, 19 Jul 2016, Jon LaBadie wrote: >My nightly logwatch report had a never before seen >section last night, "barracuda spam firewall". > >I have not problem with the emails it noted as >being rejected. But I've always thought of "barracuda" >as a commercial product. > >I have neither configured nor enabled any barracuda >software and
2016 Jul 20
0
?barracuda? listing in logwatch session 123 of user root.
On Tue, 2016-07-19 at 23:06 -0400, Jon LaBadie wrote: > My nightly logwatch report had a never before seen > section last night, "barracuda spam firewall". Is this a C7 issue, as opposed to C5 or C6 matter ? Was the section empty or populated with entries ? -- Regards, Paul. England, EU. England's place is in the European Union.
2007 Aug 24
7
How to size an email server to handle 5 million emails per day
I have no idea as to how to size an email server. I was approached by a customer that wanted a single server with RAID 1 disks to handle about 5 million emails a day. In general terms, what parameters should I take into account to size the hardware specs when the average email is about 10kb, the smalles email is 2kb and the largest email is about 5meg (with attachment) thanks, --
2015 Jan 07
5
reboot - is there a timeout on filesystem flush?
On Jan 6, 2015, at 4:28 PM, Fran Garcia <franchu.garcia at gmail.com> wrote: > > On Tue, Jan 6, 2015 at 6:12 PM, Les Mikesell <> wrote: >> I've had a few systems with a lot of RAM and very busy filesystems >> come up with filesystem errors that took a manual 'fsck -y' after what >> should have been a clean reboot. This is particularly annoying on
2015 Jan 07
0
reboot - is there a timeout on filesystem flush?
On Tue, Jan 6, 2015 at 6:37 PM, Gary Greene <ggreene at minervanetworks.com> wrote: > > > Almost every controller and drive out there now lies about what is and isn?t flushed to disk, making it nigh on impossible for the Kernel to reliably know 100% of the time that the data HAS been flushed to disk. This is part of the reason why it is always a Good Idea? to have some sort of pause
2015 Jan 07
0
reboot - is there a timeout on filesystem flush?
On Wed, Jan 7, 2015 at 1:37 PM, Gary Greene <ggreene at minervanetworks.com> wrote: >> > Problem is, Gordon, the layer I?m talking about is _below_ the logical layer that filesystems live at, in the block layer, at the mercy of drivers, and firmware that the kernel has zero control over. While in a perfect world, the controller would do strictly only what the Kernel tells it, that
2009 Feb 27
8
centos 5.2 - latest rpms for mailcanner , clamav and spamassassin
Guys, What repo has rpms for mailscanner, clamav and spamassasin?
2015 Jan 07
2
reboot - is there a timeout on filesystem flush?
> On Jan 6, 2015, at 9:23 PM, Gordon Messmer <gordon.messmer at gmail.com> wrote: > > On 01/06/2015 04:37 PM, Gary Greene wrote: >> This has been discussed to death on various lists, including the >> LKML... >> >> Almost every controller and drive out there now lies about what is >> and isn?t flushed to disk, making it nigh on impossible for
2015 Apr 20
2
bash script fails conditional test
Once upon a time, Stephen Harris <lists at spuddy.org> said: > On Sun, Apr 19, 2015 at 09:40:29PM -0400, Tim Dunphy wrote: > > Good tip! But I ran the script with sh +x . I guess that running it with sh > > You should use "bash -x" ("bash" and not "sh" because sh may not be bash > everywhere; eg Ubuntu; "-x" and not "+x"
2015 Jan 07
5
reboot - is there a timeout on filesystem flush?
> On Jan 6, 2015, at 5:50 PM, Les Mikesell <lesmikesell at gmail.com> wrote: > > On Tue, Jan 6, 2015 at 6:37 PM, Gary Greene <ggreene at minervanetworks.com> wrote: >> >> >> Almost every controller and drive out there now lies about what is and isn?t flushed to disk, making it nigh on impossible for the Kernel to reliably know 100% of the time that the
2007 Dec 12
1
problems with rsync 2.6.9 and large files (up to 20GB)
Hi, I'm Jordi and I work at the university of barcelona. I'm trying to make a backup of our several clusters. In the past I worked with rsync with a very good results. When I try to backup some large directories (for example > 1.5TB with a lot of large files >20GB) whit this command: rsync -aulHI --delete --partial --modify-window=2 --log-format=" %t %o %l %f " - -stats
2012 Jul 18
7
Question on 4k sectors
Hi. Is the problem with ZFS supporting 4k sectors or is the problem mixing 512 byte and 4k sector disks in one pool, or something else? I have seen alot of discussion on the 4k issue but I haven''t understood what the actual problem ZFS has with 4k sectors is. It''s getting harder and harder to find large disks with 512 byte sectors so what should we do? TIA...
2006 May 13
2
Centos and Dual Core Opteron in a Tyan Mobo
Hi folks, an Asterisk (www.asterisk.org) box will be built with the following specs and I wanted to know if CENTOS has a built process/config/parameter/special distro to target the AMD Opteron Dual Core plataform: 2 amd opteron 265 dual core 1.8 Ghz 2mb l2 cache 2x1024 ocz c2-6400 dual channel gold GX XTC 2 Seagate 16mb cache 300 GB barracuda 7200 drives another 2 Seagate 500 GB 16mb
2008 Dec 19
4
Web based ssl VPN
Can anyone recommend one to run under CentOS? Dnk Sent from my iPhone
2004 Jan 03
2
STOP THIS THREAD New to asterisk? RUN... don't walk.
Hi All, Can we stop this thread pl. This lady has no intentions to learn asterisk. She is just a troll and wasting our time. With her corporate attitude, what she expects is support that available with paid commercial products. Her company has enough money to buy commercial products, let she go there. Hey lady, whoever u are, dont waste our time. this is not for u. Lets move on to something
2005 May 26
0
Re: Demonizing generic Linux issues as Fedora Core-only issues -- why I hate these meta-discussions ...
From: "Bryan J. Smith <b.j.smith at ieee.org>" > You are indeed correct (I must have been looking at the RHEL3 dir**) First off, that's now 2 strikes for me. Small ones considering the context well outside of the points, but still it hurts my credibility. This is one of the things I hate about meta-discussions, at least how I approach them. Sometimes I just need to learn