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sartan
'this guy on irc says...'
nioce find racooper
Bahhumbug
@supported
@alias add supported echo It is the policy of the CentOS project that only the most current releases of the base products (CentOS-5/6/7) are supported. This is documented in various places but one canonical source for this policy is http://wiki.centos.org/FAQ/General#head-6e2c3746ec45ac3142917466760321e868f43c0e
centbot
Bahhumbug: Got it
Bahhumbug
racooper: Forgot about that link. Thank you for reminding me.
racooper
no problem. It's the closest I could find to official documentation.
Bahhumbug
It's listed on
@irc
centbot
Please see http://wiki.centos.org/irc for information about this and other CentOS channels on Freenode. Also, please read the topic by typing /topic in your client.
Bahhumbug
Somewhere as well I believe.
racooper
yeah that's where I found it, actually.
         

Bahhumbug
Yeah, that page back-links to the link you provided.
In any case, it's a canonical source to point people to which is very useful here. Again, thank you :)
sartan
i just taught an employee here stdout vs stderror and cron job notification scripts. he actually got it! happy day.
Bahhumbug
Did you tell him it was "stderr" and not "stderror"?
(Action) runs and hides
But yeah, not bad for First Monday.
alaird
hey all, looking at the genericcloud image up at http://cloud.centos.org/centos/7/images/ and it's got the defect with /etc/redhat-release being 'Derived from Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.1 (Source)'
any advice who i should ping to ask for a new 7.1 cloud image?
http://lists.centos.org/pipermail/centos-announce/2015-April/021010.html mentions the issue and indicates that the cloud image will be rebuilt.
i'm guessing it just needs to get copied up to cloud.centos.org?
Jeff__
how can i correctly implement `python ../../app.py & && python setup_tables.py`?
Evolution
Jeff__: that's not really enough info to go on.
Jeff__
I'm going to try `(python ../../app.py &) && (python setup_tables.py)`
pj
Jeff__: you can't, if you're backgrounding a process then the next process starts before the first one returns, so it's impossible to know the exit code of the first process and use it to determine what to do with the second.
Jeff__
dang
ok
pj
Jeff__: what exactly are you trying to do?
Jeff__
configuring puppet within vagrant
pj
with those two processes, I mean
Bahhumbug
Unless the second one does a wait and plays various tricks to get the return status of a pseudo-parent.
pj
right, but if you're going to do that you may as well just not background the first process.
Bahhumbug
Actually, wait itself will, in the end return the return status of the command it is waiting on.
pj
yep
Bahhumbug
pj: Generally, yes.
pj
there are edge cases and different ways to accomplish things, which is why I want to know what Jeff__ is trying to do here.
ark3
How do I capture the stdout of my program, launched via systemd and blah.service?
journalctl -u blah doesn't show me anything other than the output from systemd itself.
harmaahylje
Hi, are mariadb packages compatible with MySQL? "mariadb-devel.x86_64 : Files for development of MariaDB/MySQL applications"
         

wolfy
haroldjfks: yes, they are
but you need mariadb and mariadb-devel, you cannot mix mysql packages with mariadb-devel
harmaahylje
wolfy: but I don't have the db server on the machine I need the libraries for
pj
harmaahylje: so?
harmaahylje
wolfy: so would this mean that MySQL-python won't work with mariadb-devel?
pj: why would I want to install mariadb if I am not intending to run it?
pj
MySQL-python should work with mariadb-devel
what are you trying to do, though? it sounds like you're trying to build a python module from source?
harmaahylje
pj: I am trying to use MySQL-python
But I have a hard time installing the package with pip
pj
harmaahylje: MySQL-python is already in base, you don't have to install it with pip
yum do: yum install MySQL-python
*just do
harmaahylje
pj: I had that package, but I want to run in a python virtualenvironment, that's why I need to install it with pip
pj
you're on your own, then, we don't support sourcebuilds here
harmaahylje
pj: thanks for your help. Actually after looking through the error messages I spotted that I don't have gcc (doesn't that usually come shipped with linux distros?)
but the error didn't specify I am missing exactly that
the whole mariadb thing is very confusing tbh
st_prg__
Hi guys, I'd like to rearrange the quotas for each directory on my hard drive however am running into issues... I believe these are LVM quotas, can anyone verify this for me please? http://pastebin.com/30Nw59SW
wolfy
harmaahylje: it is shipped. it's just not installed on your particular installation
harmaahylje
wolfy: that's what I thought, thanks
kotten
From /etc/fstab and Centos 7. Am I safe to put the "/dev/mapper/centos-home" to /srv aswell as home? Will it give me the "space of centos-home" or will it just give me a copy of "/home" or will my homeserver explode?
wolfy
kotten: explosions are overrated
phatypus
does anyone know when docker will be updated in centos 7, or where i can go to find out when it will be updated? (it's currently sitting on v1.6.2 in the extras repo, 1.7.0 is available)
carbonator
phatypus: I'd say docker stays at 1.6.2, unless RH changed it's update mentality
wolfy
carbonator: it's in extras so...
kotten
wolfy I want to see one!
carbonator
wolfy: doesn't the stick-to-version apply to extras?
kotten
wolfy you directed me to some link a couple of days ago when i asked the same question :)
I will try to just duplicate the /dev/mapper. It's just my home server and i got backups of everything
Crap
It just duplicates it
wolfy
kotten: of course it does.
kotten
wolfy yes
All I want...
Is to create: /dev/mapper/centos-srv <--- That share the same disk space as /dev/mapper/centos-home. But doesn't duplicate the data between them
Bahhumbug
...
Uh.. what?
wolfy
kotten: and how could it do that ?
kotten
wel...
ok
So my /home have a few users.. Abba and Lucy
Abba is a unique folder
and Lucy is a uniqe folder
but they are both shared by /dev/mapper/centos-srv
wolfy
if what you meant "I want a separate logical volume named srv, sharing the same volume group with home" that is possible
kotten
wolfy well that is what i want.
Simply...
move /srv to be "within" by /dev/mapper/centos-home
wolfy
so ? just mv it. or bind mount it
kotten
so the data in /srv/ is shared with /home/
wolfy ok, yes.. Well yeah.. I could do it like that
wolfy
mkdir /home/srv; mount /home/srv /srv
kotten
wolfy it just sounds strange.. Where I come from /srv is the folder where i put my "server" data. Like movies, music and stuff that i want shared among all the users.
I can mount or link. But it feels...
wrong
wolfy
it's either on the same LV or on a separate one. what you want is to have it live in both which can only be done with bind mount
kotten
I dont know. All this SELinux "Allow_home_blabla" can disrupte stuff and give me alot of errors
wolfy
indeed. which is exactly why I said bind mount and not ln -s
kotten
wolfy I am 100% with you on that. But it feels like a strange work-around for it.
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