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jeffreylevesque
i created an upstart script in centos 6.6 in /etc/init/sass.conf
but, when i do `sudo service sass start`, i get: sass: unrecognized service
SmashingX2
I have seen yum used with enableRepo and disableRepo. But what happens when I enable a repo say 'apache-tomcat' and what happens if I disable the same repo ?
billings
jeffreylevesque: initctl start sass
(also, welcome to Upstart.)
jeffreylevesque
billings: i get, initctl: Unknown job: sass
billings
hmm.
Bahhumbug
jeffreylevesque: 6.6 is unsupported; current is 6.7
@current
centbot
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billings
initctl reload-configuration
then try again
'initctl list' will list all the Upstart configs
jwash
hi everyone, are there any common reasons why yum would be very slow over ssh?
         

absentia
hi guys... quick question -- what's the best/preferred package management system for centos (ie: need to install tcsh, emacs, postgres, apache, gforth, etc.)
Dragotha
absentia: centos uses yum to manage rpm packages
jwash: define "yum over ssh"? as in running yum while accessing a system via ssh?
jwash
Dragotha
Dragotha exactly
i'm installing vsftpd
it was just slower than slow to do the transaction
absentia
dragotha -- thanks! :-)
Dragotha
jwash: being logged in over ssh wouldn't affect yum's speed. dns resolver issues, network problems, source host speed issues, those would be the same as logged in on a console
racooper
or a bad/slow mirro
morror
gahhh mirror even
jwash
maybe dns issues
i'll start there
Dragotha
slow mirror/ source host would be the most likely issue tbh
TrevorH
jwash: try yum --disableplugin=fastestmirror install vsftpd
the most useless and most badly named plugin of all time
billings
FWIW fastestmirror could be argued to not be needed if you're pointing at the CentOS mirrorlist URL
since it hands back mirrors that should be close
TrevorH
beats me why one of the centos mods to yum is to add a require yum-plugin-fastestmirror
jwash
another question, i've enabled chroot, but my test user can still navigate outside the home directory, take a look at vsftpd.conf http://paste.fedoraproject.org/256924/14400194
here is my chroot_list http://paste.fedoraproject.org/256925/00195321
user parker is my test account
sweettea
using centos 6.7, when I manually bring up ifcfg-eth1 I am somehow getting a inet6 address
i think traffic is trying to go out that way b/c im getting weird errors
how is that being created?
TrevorH
it's normal and unlikely if the address starts with fe80
sweettea
I have 2, one indeed starts with fe80
but I just did a whois, and it was complaining about unable to reach server
so I did a tcpdump on port 43, and saw it was trying to use the inet6 address (not the one that starts with fe80)
darius93
question: why does the connectivity on el6 remains when creating a bridge but on el7 you loses connectivity to the nic thats going to be used for a bridge
sweettea
i can ping out of the box and do yum installs etc.
Digipeng
that way I don't get stuck on remedials when I go to the university.
shoot wc sorry
Dragotha
darius93: it's flakey on c6, too. you're supposed to setup the bridge device itself, not the interface
Digipeng
bridges there the bane of my existence right now.
so whats the storry with ip address on bridges and the physical adapter? do they both need the information or does only the bridge need the information?
         

Dragotha
only the bridge
Digipeng
odd, when I delete the information on the physical adapter, I can't ping out anymore.
ip address,gateway etc
Dragotha
you probably break your routing table. try adding the bridge info after cleaning up the adapter. also, it's not wifi is it?
Digipeng
not on wifi
pylearner
I just bought a vps account somewhere and for my website that is currently godaddy I wanted to move everything from godaddy to the vps
or does it make more sense to leave the domain with godaddy but update the nameservers
and host the files on the vps account not sure on this one and I am new to all this
Digipeng
the domain is registered with godaddy til your term expires
Dragotha
pylearner: probably offtopic for centos channel. but you need 3 separate things: a registrar, whicn you can leave with godaddy, someone to provide DNS, which you can either leave at godaddy or use someone else, and the actual web site, which you'll want to move to the vps
you need two name servers so you probably don't want to do your own dns
pylearner
my vps has the name servers
so leave domain at godaddy bc they are a reistrar and change the primary and secondary nameservers to the vps nameservers and host content on vps
Dragotha
right
pylearner
I would think using the vps ns1 and ns2 nameserves would be better than godaddy or would it be better to use their nameservers
since domain is parked there and host content on vps
Dragotha
probably no big difference, unless your vps provider gets DDoS'd a lot
pylearner
so main thing is host the content on the vps
TrevorH
I doubt very much if your vps has 2 nameservers. It might *use* 2 nameservers but that is not the same thing at all
Dragotha
I think he meant the vps provider also has authoritative name servers he can use
i hope
Digipeng
sweet
my bridge is working
I think
I need to create a virtual machine to attach to it.
but at least I can ping out
I needed to make my physical adapter slave to the bridge,clear all the data out for the physical adapter,put the physical data in the bridge save and then restart the network twice
the physical data meaning ip address/prefix,dns servers,default gateway, and search domains.
Dragotha thank you for the encouragement on getting my machine going again.
anyway. Have you guys gotten gnome boxes to work for remote on a cent7-kvm libvirt setup?
Will some one help with accessing my visualization setup on a Centos 7 server from another computer on my network using gnome boxes using that computer?
fling
`ssh -c none` gives me this -> Pre-authentication none cipher requests are not allowed. <- how to fix?
phy1729
fling: I'd be patient in the #openssh channel
and possibly ask again in the morning
jwash
can you ssh without -c
fling
jwash: sure. But I wanted to get rid of cipher overhead as I'm rsyncing over encrypted vpn and only getting 10MBps on gigabit network because of the slow/busy cpu on the receiving side.
Bahhumbug
ssh -c arcfour is about the best you're going to do.
extor
If I am moving data from one vps to another, and I want to preserve the users then can I just copy the shadow file and that takes care of it or is it more complex than that on centos 6?
fenrus02
@tutorial extor
centbot
An excellent guide for new users can be found here: http://linux.2038bug.com/rute-home.html While not official documentation, it contains information that should help you out.
evil_steve
...
extor
I guess that would depend on if the shadow file is salted, which it probably is by default I assume. Then the question becomes, can one transfer the same salt hash to the new server?
That tutorial doesn't address the salting issue in depth, fenrus02
fenrus02
it most certainly does extor
extor, you'll need to actually read it though, not just look for pictures.
Bahhumbug
hahahahaha
You made me spew.
evil_steve
fenrus02 ++
extor
I am looking at it, http://rute.2038bug.com/index.html.gz and there is nothing about salts
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