Debian Configuration :: Next CPU Crashes HP360G6 Server
Aug 21, 2011
I am using HP DL360G6 server as mysql and apache server.
System is 64bit debian
Linux xxxx 18.104.22.168 #6 SMP Thu Aug 27 13:32:30 CEST 2009 x86_64 GNU/Linux
head -n1 /etc/issue
Debian GNU/Linux 4.0
grep "model name" /proc/cpuinfo
model name : Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5504 @ 2.00GHz
model name : Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5504 @ 2.00GHz
I have installed installed Debian 9 (stretch/unstable) which has GNOME 3.16.3 and runs Linux kernel 4.1.0-2 by default in Virtualbox 5.0. The host OS is Windows 8.1 On each instance of activating full screen mode in the VM, a freeze occurs then an abrupt close (abort).
I am inclined to believe that this problem resides in the OS (Debian 9) rather than Virtualbox or the Host. The reason being is that prior to installing Debian 9 (today) I had Jessie installed for quite some time where this error/issue never surfaced.
This issue is rather complicated in the sense that if alternating between full screen and normal mode quickly, this occurs whereas, if done every 10 seconds or thereabout it happens almost seamlessly. Also, if 3DAcceleration is switched off that doesn't occur.
How do I find the root of this problem and a resolution to it?
A recent update to Iceweasel 5 (version 5.0-6 ) on my debian (Linux xxxxx 3.0.0-1-amd64 #1 SMP Sun Jul 24 02:24:44 UTC 2011 x86_64 GNU/Linux) led to a rather odd an annoying behavior. Each time I try to open an external file (pdf, odt) or to save a file on the hard drive, then Iceweasel crashes systematically. Does anyone experience the same? Any idea of how to fix this?
After I updated several software including Xorg server using "slackpkg update", I Ignorantly deleted configuration files without backing them up making Xorg server crashes.I try to build Xorg.conf using xorgsetup command but it crashes and spews:
Code: Fatal server error: Caught signal 11. Server aborting /usr/bin/xorgsetup: line 170: 3315 Aborted /usr/X11R6/bin/X -configure
I have a Radeon 4850 Graphic Card with ATI Catalyst as its driver, so I try to reinstall the driver hoping that it will fix the problem, which is a bad logic I admit it, and It fails to uninstall (for some reason the uninstall script is gone) and reinstall (problem with file extraction).
I have this one comp with an Radeon (MSI-R7850) card in it and its been working fine untill I tried to open Blender (3D creation Studio) today. Blender pops open and crashes. I opened it in command line to get the output but I dont know where to go from there. Blender used to work just fine on this comp. does on my others (they're NVidia).
output; Code: Select all:~$ blender X server found. dri2 connection failed! connect failed: No such file or directory X Error of failed request:¬† BadLength (poly request too large or internal Xlib length error) ¬† Major opcode of failed request:¬† 157 (GLX) ¬† Minor opcode of failed request:¬† 1 (X_GLXRender) ¬† Serial number of failed request:¬† 161 ¬† Current serial number in output stream:¬† 164
comp; Code: Select all~$ uname -a Linux node-1 3.16.0-4-amd64 #1 SMP Debian 3.16.7-ckt20-1+deb8u2 (2016-01-02) x86_64 GNU/Linux
What are the advantages of the multiple partition setups other than resistance to data loss in crashes? Is there any other reason to have a special partition just for your boot directory (kernel files and config) than surviving a major crash?
Also, is it possible to make the Debian installer accept an existing set of partitions? Or even alter the size of the automatically created partitions? Does expert mode let you control the partitions? How many other very detailed things would I have to know to use expert mode, though?
I am *finally* getting around to rebuilding my file-sharing computer. I'll be sharing files with both Linux and Windoze machines. It's a home network, so there's nothing fancy needed. I know I have to tweak my smb.conf file until I'm satisfied with the features and security. I'm using SWAT and I'm starting with a bare-bones conf file. It's not secure but I can see the server and selected files/directories from my other Linux box.
My really dumb question is, do I have to reboot both the server and the client machines every time I change the SAMBA configuration? I thought I just had to stop and restart the SAMBA service in the SWAT software - but then the server disappears from my client. It looks like I need to reboot both machines for the client to see the server.
I will be relocating to a permanent residence sometime in the next year or two. I've recently begun thinking about the best way to implement a home-based network. It occurred to me that the most elegant solution might be the use of VM technology to eliminate as much hardware and wiring as possible.My thinking is this: Install a multi-core system and configure it to run several VMs, one each for a firewall, a caching proxy server, a mail server, a web server. Additionally, I would like to run 2-4 VMs as remote (RDP)workstations, using diskless workstations to boot the VMs over powerline ethernet.The latest powerline technology (available later this year) will allow multiple devices on a residential circuit operating at near gigabit speed, just like legacy wired networks.
In theory, the above would allow me to consolidate everything but the disklessworkstations on a single server and eliminate all wired (and wireless) connections except the broadband connection to the Internet and the cabling to the nearest power outlets. It appears technically possible, but I'm not sure about the various virtual connections among VMs. In theory, each VM should be able to communicate with the other as if it was on the same network via the server data bus, but what about setting up firewall zones? Any internal I/O bandwidth bottlenecks? Any other potential "gotchas", caveats, issues? (Other than the obvious requirement of having enough CPU and RAM).Any thoughts or observations welcome, especially if they are from real world experience in a VM environment. BTW--in case you're wondering why I'm posting here, it's because I run Debian on all my workstations/servers (running VirtualBox as a VM for Windows XP on one workstation).
I've just recently upgraded to lenny using aptitude (following the instructions on debian.org. All went smoothly, and almost everything is working fine.I have had my X server crash twice since then, both times when I simply doubleclicked a running application. There is some indication of problems in the Xorg.log file, but it's not helpful to me -- can you help me understand?
I have just reinstalled testing on a Samsung Q30 and I cant get X to start. I am just left with a blank screen and ctrl+alt+Fn does nothing. I had a previous install of testing that worked fine but it might have been running a previous version of the kernel, or I had installed a bug fix to do with 915resoultion that I can't remember about. Booting off a Slax live cd works fine but I have had similar problems with Knoppix and Ubuntu.
I am running LXDE but I previously tried Gnome and had the same problem. Running xander displays cant open display Running dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg returns nothing, as does Xfree86 -configure There is no /etc/X11/xorg.conf or installed by default, I have tried running startx with a custom xorg.conf and the automatically generated one from -configure. The automatic one did not include any resolutions and was configured for a dual head set up although there was only one monitor connected.
I thought it may be the same problem as this:[url]
But I have tried following the bug fixes on that site and I have had no luck.
I'm running the current release of Debian with the 2.6.26-2 kernel. This is an upgrade from an older (2.4 kernel) series redhat release. One of the things I had working in the older system was a dns server with accompanying monthly update of the root hints file. I tried working through a dns how-to to set this up again, but it seems much has moved around since I last played with this. All of the files listed in the how-to are not where it says they should be. I am looking for a better reference on keeping the dns server running with current server information.
I wanted to setup my server as a router/gateway just for educational purposes and also when it succeeded i will keep the gateway and place it on the front line right after my modem.
My current setup as it is now :
The GATEWAY/ROUTER will be doing the main work to act as a dhcp server and firewall.
Now my setup as it is now :
So now what i ment to do was :
Let the clients connect to the gateway via ETH1 and all the stuff being router to ETH0 which is the NIC that is connected to the internet.
But now i have two huge problems :
1. The DHCP configuration seems to be fine the client machines get their ip adresses and /etc/resolve.conf looks fine to. But somehow the GATEWAY/ROUTER wont let me use the specified external DNs server so i cant do anything on these machines.
2. The firewall script [url] at line 27 should be DROP but if i use this line of code the GATEWAY/ROUTER cannot use his dns server settings so when i try to browse the internet or ping a machine outside my local network it would came up with nothing.
I'm trying to get nfs server working at boot up and it isn't starting because it says portmapper isn't running. I've read through a bunch of documentation on this and have gotten to the point that if the documentation tells me to Code: Select all$ apt-get install nfs-kernel-server portmap I usually stop there as it is outdated. I cant find a process doc that utilizes rpcbind. So, here is what I've done on my own:
The errors however don't seem critical as I'm able to mount the exported directory. OK so it appears to me that nfs server is working. However through a boot, the nfs-kernel-server and the rpcbind services are not starting. The nfs-kernel-server didn't start because rpcbind wasn't running. So I start rpcbind and then nfs-kernel-server and then nfs server works. So what am I missing? Why will rpcbind not start at boot?
I'm having a lot of difficulty trying to use tab completion while working in my FTP server from a terminal.I access this server with other Linux distros and OSX and the completion works fine. I've tried changing a lot of Debian config, but it seems to only affect the completion within the local scope.
Tab completion does work for system related tasks, no problem.
System: Debian 8.2/Kernel 3.16.0-4-amd64
FTP Server: Trendnet TS-I300 NAS with FTP/upnp
Settings: Enabled in bashrc: Code: Select allif ! shopt -oq posix; then ¬† ¬†if [ -f /usr/share/bash-completion/bash_completion ]; then ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬†. /usr/share/bash-completion/bash_completion ¬† ¬†elif [ -f /etc/bash_completion ]; then ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬†. /etc/bash_completion ¬† ¬†fi fi
I tryed to install a DNS server on debian lenny, i installed bind9 and webmin, and then i installed a bind module for webmin. I created a domain with webmin but when i tryed to add a address record with it i had a Error-Missing Content-Type Header.
I have ssh and http server running on a linux box.The interface is DHCP configured, using dyndns.org to register its assigned IP, my ADSL modem does not do routing.When i reboot the system none of the servers are visible from the outside...Recently i got a hint to add "ping google.com" to cron run every 5mins. With this hack the servers become visible, and i can see/connect from the outside; - but for obvious reasons ont like this solution.Anyone is able to shed some light why the server needs to do outgoing tarffic to become visible?
I'm trying to get my simple home web server on the internet but I cannot seem to make it work. I've set up a LAMP stack to host my website and it works perfectly on my local network (accessing from [URL].. but not from the internet. To test it for now before I set up a dynamic dns service, I am trying to access my website via my WAN IP address from within and outside of my home network (ie http://69. When I do this, I get a "taking too long to respond" message, instead of a host not found or 404 or something of that nature. My box has a pentium 4, 2 gigs of ram, and is on a DSL line so I have a hard time believing anything is "taking too long". Here are the software packages I've installed:
All of these packages work perfectly fine from within my home LAN, but NONE work outside of my network.
Other configs: -My router forwards traffic on port 80 to my server -My iptables allow incoming traffic on port 80 -My ISP, AT&T, does not block port 80 (or any port, according to various online sources)
Perhaps Apache is not configured correctly? What apache config options would be related to this problem?
I've previously tried a similar setup with the dyndns service fully configured (I followed a very thorough guide down to the t - wish I had the link it was excellent), but to no avail - I got the same "too long to respond" accessing from my domain name. I understand that there are a multitude of causes for this problem, so what can I do to narrow down the source? "How to set up a LAMP server" guide, because all of them have lead me to where I am now.
Let me start by saying its a school assignment, and therefore not a real world situation. Nevertheless, I would appreciate any help I can get.The company ProvidIT has contacted us, their website has been hacked. Instead of their normal website, it shows úBuy creditcard details online, click hereĚ (cc4u.jpg). A classical defacement.The following offenses also might have been committed. So itôs our job to find evidence for those offences.(I had to translate the Dutch law articles, so they might not be 100% acurate legally speaking, but you get the idea)
- Unlawfully accessing automated systems - Copy or tap (eavesdrop) data after hacking - Unlawfully access or use system resources of a 3rd party computer
I have a strange problem. I have set up a server to run without a keyboard, mouse, or video. If I boot it connected to a monitor, there is no issue. However, if I boot it without a monitor attached, the CPU just runs at 100%. Below is a shot of my HTOP from the machine: The weird part is that if you sort the processes by CPU%, they don't actually total 100%. I was trying to see what was pushing the CPU so high, but most of the time the running processes only total between 5 and 20%. Has anyone else seen the problem? Any idea what's happening? I'm worried that if I leave it running like that, the processor could burn up. My temporary work around is to boot it up with a monitor, then disconnect the monitor, but that's really inconvenient.
I have a rented vserver running at Strato [URL]. It came preinstalled with Debian 7. I upgraded it to Debian 8, what seemed to run fine, all services running. The problems came up when I tried to reboot the server to test the init system. It just does not come up, I cannot ping it, nothing. I can boot into the rescue system, mount the system partitions and chroot in to the filesystem. In this state I also can run my services, including apache2 and mysql. In the syslog I find nothing about the reboot. Now I need to reboot ino the normal system. I already tried to resume to sysvinit without success.
I need to monitor resource of my server. I have found munin and sysstat, Does munin use systat? or they are different package?because in some documents I have found on net,for installing munin, systat is needed !!for example on RedHat based distor, sysstat package is needed! but on debian is not needed!
I downloaded the most recent version of debian and isntalled it. Everything went really well there. Until i issued free -m on the box. It would appear that the server is missing about 300mb of ram which is okay for i figured perhaps the video card / sound was taking that amount of ram for it'self. it was not until i installed Xen and I found a bigger problem with memory and my system. for what ever reason when I attempt to create a domU with 512mb of ram, i need to add 19MB more ram so that when i issue free -m from within the domU it will show a total of 512. worse yet is that when i raise the total up to 1024 for 1gb or domU ram, i need to addd 28mb or ram. and add 28mb of ram PER GB i wish to add to the domU.
My question is rather simple, but i couldn`t find any answer yet i have a debian box connected to the internet through an ad-hoc wireless connection with a win7 box.Could I run a http server on the linux box and access it from the "outside" somehow, since my linux box has a "private network" type IP, ie: 192.168.137.12 ?
So I'm running proftpd on an old machine just for my own backup purposes, but I'm running out of space. I was wondering if it would be safe/efficent to set up an additional USB hard drive to the LVM drive that I have now? As in, would it write quick enough (USB 2.0), read quick enough and not corrupt data?
- the first of them is the router (firewall, htb, squid, etc.) - the second have installed apache2 - the third sql - and the last one is LTSP server for 40 client.
When the ThinClient connect to the LTSP server ewerything works good, but i can't see all of them on squid access log. Isee one ip address (LTSP server), but i want to see 40 ip adrresses. The same situation is in htb. It's doesn't work on the thin client. Is there any way to get this work that how i want ?
I'm having problems when trying to view my web site from inside my firewall and router. The web server works fine and will resolve from IP address on the local network and port forwarding works for external connections. The problem stems from when I orignally setup the server; I left the domain name field blank when going through the installation process.
I've had a look at the man pages and had a search on Google but cannot find an answer that works. I've changed a few things in '/etc/hosts' and '/etc/networks' but when I make changes they have no effect on the problem. My web site is on a no-ip domain which is [URL]..