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by darthbolek
2020/05/12 14:50:10
Forum: CentOS 7 - General Support
Topic: KVM cant connect to VNC during install
Replies: 19
Views: 362

Re: KVM cant connect to VNC during install

It seems you didn't plan your network yet... There are few options: 1. NATed "default" - it is already there and it is working. For external connectivity some port forwarding will be required on host. This is viable for small number of VMs and small number of services that need to be accessible from...
by darthbolek
2020/05/12 10:31:41
Forum: CentOS 7 - General Support
Topic: KVM cant connect to VNC during install
Replies: 19
Views: 362

Re: KVM cant connect to VNC during install

... Thing is I can't find any other way of working out what the IP of the VM is. ... I would rather ask question: what the IP should have been assigned? If you will be running more than 2 VMs, then you need good system of tracking of what is what (hostnames) and where (IPs) and what for (primary us...
by darthbolek
2020/05/10 13:02:26
Forum: CentOS 7 - General Support
Topic: Getting docker to use secondery IP on NIC
Replies: 10
Views: 252

Re: Getting docker to use secondery IP on NIC

While I was still using docker I don't recall needing to tweak dockerd service. The defaults were pretty reasonable (tighter security might be reason to dig into that). Now I switched to podman and there is no service. (podman = daemonless docker + more) Bridges are basically virtual networks for co...
by darthbolek
2020/05/10 07:05:58
Forum: CentOS 7 - General Support
Topic: Getting docker to use secondery IP on NIC
Replies: 10
Views: 252

Re: Getting docker to use secondery IP on NIC

Is this what are you looking for? docker run --name my-nginx -d -p xxx.yyy.205.143:80:80 nginx If you don't specify interface on port mapping, docker by default will try to bind it to all interfaces. And when port is already used you will get an error. Is your apache/virtualmin using only first inte...
by darthbolek
2020/04/26 15:31:24
Forum: CentOS 8 - Networking Support
Topic: Dedicated Server with CentOS 8 Settings
Replies: 3
Views: 186

Re: Dedicated Server with CentOS 8 Settings

podman + containers can save tons of time, but you will have to invest heavily to make it work the way you want ansible for automation tmux for terminal convenience /off topic/ xrdp? I thought you said SSH only... going to xrdp.org -> they do not even have a certificate / redirection to https (How ...
by darthbolek
2019/12/01 14:09:25
Forum: CentOS 7 - General Support
Topic: CentOS & Xwiki
Replies: 1
Views: 179

Re: CentOS & Xwiki

Hi The answer will be in script: start_xwiki.sh My first guess will be that servlet container (Tomcat?) has not been configured to start on system startup Possible solution: Create a systemd service to start the "start_xwiki.sh" script on system startup BTW Why are you using a 3rd party installer? T...
by darthbolek
2019/04/04 12:03:23
Forum: CentOS 7 - Software Support
Topic: KVM - Teamd (bond)/bridge/Vlan - guest networking disbled at random on boot (50% of the time) - help !
Replies: 13
Views: 1176

Re: KVM - Teamd (bond)/bridge/Vlan - guest networking disbled at random on boot (50% of the time) - help !

Do you really mean 'all guest networking' or maybe just ipv4?

What does it say when guest network is broken?

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sysctl net.ipv4.ip_forward
by darthbolek
2019/03/26 16:32:22
Forum: CentOS 7 - Hardware Support
Topic: Enlarging the /home directory
Replies: 18
Views: 3999

Re: Enlarging the /home directory

There are 2 naming conventions:

/dev/<volume_group_name>/<logical_volume_name>
/dev/mapper/<volume_group_name>-<logical_volume_name>

so, for you either will work:

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/dev/centos/home
/dev/mapper/centos-home
by darthbolek
2019/03/26 13:52:58
Forum: CentOS 7 - Hardware Support
Topic: Enlarging the /home directory
Replies: 18
Views: 3999

Re: Enlarging the /home directory

There is no "parent file-system"... clasic way: disk -> partition -> filesystem -> mountpoint lvm way: disk/partition -> physical volume -> volume group -> logical volume -> filesystem -> mountpoint To see info on lvm volume groups, physical volumes, logical volumes use commands: vgs, pvs, lvs So, y...

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