Fedora Servers :: Start To Build Up IMPS To Server
Oct 15, 2009
I start to build up IMPS to my server. Any ideas where to start? Any experience so far. I this think yamicocom like service. And about 5 bugs to get in. What you think? I need to put some extra to this basic concept.
I need to build a 3 node web server cluster to run a php application. Since the app requires users to login (which means a session state is to be maintained), I will be sharing sessions save path, I also need to share the application directory across 3 nodes. I having trouble deciding which cluster file system to select.
How would I get the SSH server to start before I've logged in?Basically, the problem I have is that if I'm connecedt to my computer remotely over SSH, and reboot the machine, I'm not able to SSH back in after it restarts. As far as I can tell, this is because the SSH server doesn't automatically start up until after I've logged in for the first time.How would I get around that? Surely that is a fairly common scenario for network admins (especially ones who have keyboardless and monitorless machines running).
I'm trying to build a Fedora 12 cluster to run DHCP on top of two servers using pacemaker and drbd. The pacemaker runs great but i'm having the hardest time getting DRBD installed.
My kernel version is 126.96.36.199-99.fc12.i686.PAE First i tried to [root@dhcp-primary drbd]#yum install drbd this doesn't give me everything because apparently the kernel module for DRBD must be built from source. so i unpacked drbd-8.3.6.tar.gz and tried :
I'm not very experienced in compiling from source i'd love to make an rpm for this but after scouring the web and trying different install methods, I am still at a loss.
Problem I have is the Samba server, it does not seem to start up the shares at boot.When I boot the system, nothing is available on the network, I have to run the Samba Server Configuration Tool everytime I want to access a share, edit a share, save and quit, then my network shares become available.I see Starting SMB services during boot up, it says OK.It worked good on Fedora13.
I build a LAMP server behind a router. The current situation is:
1.I could access index.html of apache within the LAN. 2.I could access the vsftp outside of the LAN. 3.I could access the ssh outside of the LAN.
I have configured my router to do reflections(although I don't know it's correct or not.). I think the LAMP works good since I could use it inside the LAN. The configuration of the router is at least partly right because ssh and vsftp work fine(I test by browsing the ip:74.***.***.*** in the lan, not 192.168.1.8 --this also works. ).
I cannot access web service outside the LAN. And the error message is "Oops! Google Chrome could not connect to 74. Did I miss some configuration of router?Apache2?Ubuntu? I use the ubuntu server 2010.10 version.
I am a total noob in the process of trying to build my own server. I installed Ubuntu 10.10 but when I did that I didn't have the computer hooked up with an ethernet or have any internet connection. During the installation process it was unable to set up DHCP, so I figured I would just do that later, somehow.
Anyways, I recently hooked up an ethernet cable from the server to another computer, which has internet.
I've been slowly working my way through the Server Documentation and am on the Networking chapter. It has given me the commands to install wireless-tools, ethtool, dhcp3 server and I've also tried to install gedit. Every time it gives me the error: E: Unable to locate package XXX
When I ran the sudo lshw -class network command I find that it recognizes both an ethernet interface as well as a wireless interface(my wireless adapter). BOTH of them say *-network DISABLED.
My goal is to enable both of those, but I am assuming I need to be able to locate the packages first. I installed the server edition using a USB pendrive. I still have the files on the pendrive, but I don't know how to make the server locate those files. I'm guessing it wants to access the installation files to locate the packages to install.
I'm trying to move an existing webserver from an old machine to a machine with Fedora 12 installed on it. ThSince the version available in the repository is version 2.X I downloaded the source from apache.org and tried to compile it. I ran configure using the default options and it an without any warnings or errors. However when I run make it fails with the following error:
I'd like to build a server to run CentOS5 to host domains & run Boonex's Dolphin 7. I can't afford the hardware at present, but do have a spare laptop to test with. My two questions:
1) Is is possible to create a build on my laptop, with CentOS, PHP, Dolphin 7, DNS etc, and then create an image to transfer to the future hardware server when constructed? If not, are there alternatives e.g. to copy settings, and then paste then onto the new CentOS install? Anything else I should consider for doing this future move?
2) I presume it's not possible to transfer from 32bit (now) to 64 bit (possibly later) CentOS5?
I just installed Kubuntu (10.04), did some upgrades and updates then upon booting the computer wont go beyond the login page. at first it posted a message (Xsession:warning: unabele to write to /tmp; X session may exit with an error).I followed some instructions from the net which asked that I do the following:
ctr+alt+f aptitude clean of apt-get clean cd /var/log
after this, when I login it no more goes off, but the desktop wont still come on, instead a terminal (konsole) window is open but when I try start x it refuses.(the only method I use to start my computer successfully is though the recovery mode)
My desktop server serves up files via a number of protocols and I connect to it via SSH and Avahi. Today I tried connecting to it via SSH, but it timed out. I was able to ping it, and a port scan reveals all the ports I have open on the network. THe problem is that I can't connect via SSH, HTTP, AFP, SMB or any other protocol I have established.Is there a way to jump start a system in a situation like mine? I have a 6 month uptime going, but I'm taking it down soon for some hardware upgrades, so a hard restart is not out of the question, but I'd rather not. I also reset the router without a solution.
I have two ubuntu servers. I have upgraded them to 10.04. Now I have serious problems at startup: iscsitarget and heartbeat scripts do not start all the times I reboot.I have installed monit to try to start iscsitarget and heartbeat and guess what? It does not start too at boot.In one of the two server sometimes it also starts with ethernet cards swapped.
Ok so I followed the instructions here [url] and this works great for the install however if the machine is rebooted the VMWare server refuses to start back up stating that it knows that its installed but it was not installed with the right installer.
This is on a Dell Server I can't remember the model right now but its got Dual PIII in it. I'm running Ubuntu Server 32bit 10.10 on the box as well. Thank you in advance for your assistance with this. Once I get this first server figured out I'll get my other one fired back up.
I am trying to make start an iptables.cf script on my server.
I have copied it into /etc/init.d/ And try to make it load with /etc/init.d/iptables.cf start Then "not permission" (I was the root then). So, sudo /etc/init.d/iptables.cf start Then, "command not found".
I've kinda gone hopelessly lost on my mail server install and now want to start from scratch, after having wasted 4 days on this.Basically I have a 95% working postfix installation, a probably 100% working dovecot installation, but am not happy with it as a few things aren't working properly, and I don't know what I did!mail to /var/mail/richard NOT /Maildir - being the main oneBut, also the fact that I don't know where I went wrong, and want to understand why everything is now haywire. I am not certain if my security is working on the mail or the logins either.e to achieve is thefollowing:PostfixDovecotVirtual Users - using IMAP with Security, allowed to send mail from their clientVirtual DomainsPostfix AdminWebmail (Roundmail)Anti-Virus and Spam-filteringI started with this guide How to set up a mail server on a GNU / Linux system), which seems very, very good I might add, but it is for Courier, and when I bumbled along with the Dovecot equivalent ... that is where things broke.
I messed up the first installation of Fedora on my server. My setup is as follows: Fedora and Gnome - NFS system, No dual boot (Windows or anything) Fedora ISO DVD downloaded No kickstart or other tools. how to set this up, from the time I insert the disk and have it boot up (configged already to boot from it). I know how to wipe it clean at intall time. Is that the root directory? And, is /boot the actual boot directory? I'm just having a hard time uderstanding that. As I said, I just want a quick itemized list, step 1, step 2, etc, from partitioning, creating file system, mounting, etc. in the right order.
I've got myself and Android phone, and I'd like to be able to compile from source ON my phone (I want to be able to run some command line tools like eyeD3, lame, etc.). Problem is, how do I get GCC on my phone with such limited resources? The Android platform isn't exactly meant for developing on. Another option would of couse be compiling on my PC using a cross compiler, but I'm a newb when it comes to that
FedoraVersion 12 ConstantineNoyau Linux 188.8.131.52-174.2.3.fc.x86_64Gnome 2.28.2Memory 871.4 MoAMD Athlon LE-600Free disk 71.5GoSelinux is deactivated.Httpd doesnot start and, when I start "onfiguration des services", and click D�marrer, it runs for ever, but never starts Apache...
have f13 runing and finished configuring dhcp. but i tried to start the service using '/etc/init.d/dhcpd restart and service dhcpd start', i failed in return. pls what could be responsible? tried starting the service but still failed. could anything be stopping it?output from /var/log/messages says;
line 1: this version of ISC DHCP is based on the release available line 2: features have been added and other changes line 3: have been made to the base software release in order to make line 4: it work better with this distribution line 5: please report for this software via the RedHat Bugzilla site: line 6: http://bugzilla.redhat.com line 7: exiting.
I have TigerVNC installed on Fedora 14 and when I boot up I get the following message in the log file in the ~/.vnc directory :
Tue Nov 30 21:29:00 2010 vncext: VNC extension running! vncext: Listening for VNC connections on all interface(s), port 5901 vncext: Listening for HTTP connections on all interface(s), port 5801 vncext: created VNC server for screen 0
The interesting thing is that if I run TigerVNC Viewer I actually get accesses to the TigerVNC server.
I had installed apache previously on my system, and I think I uninstalled it completely, although remnants might have remained. I have just installed zend server ce php 5.3, and I am having trouble getting it to work. When I log in to the admin interface, it told me it couldn't start the webserver, so I go to restart apache, and it gives me this:* Starting web server apache2 Syntax error on line 6 of /etc/apache2/sitesenabled/zendserver_gui.conf:Invalid command 'php_admin_flag', perhaps misspelled or defined by a module not included in the server configurationThis has to do with php_mod some how... but I am not sure how to fix this, or where to start, since I am relatively new to actually setting up apache.I thought this might have something to do with libapache2-mod-php... so I went to reinstall it, and ran this:
mburns@mb2449-laptop:~$ sudo aptitude install libapache2-mod-php5 Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree