Search found 51 matches

by deajan
2015/03/23 10:36:50
Forum: CentOS Social
Topic: Advice needed for small business SAN
Replies: 1
Views: 2392

Re: Advice needed for small business SAN

Well, some news: Gluster is file level and not block level (so basically it's NAS and not SAN), but it does granular file locking, so you basically can use it as a cheap SAN alternative. I didn't find any easy cheap SAN software that does handle an active-active scenario yet. I've setup a mdraid set...
by deajan
2015/03/21 00:17:47
Forum: CentOS Social
Topic: How old are you? How long have you used CentOS?
Replies: 148
Views: 80914

Re: How old are you? How long have you used CentOS?

<troll mode=on>Wow... really old people using CentOS :)</troll mode=auto>
by deajan
2015/03/21 00:04:30
Forum: CentOS Social
Topic: Advice needed for small business SAN
Replies: 1
Views: 2392

Advice needed for small business SAN

Hello, I am aiming to make a high availability SAN from two small servers with each a RAID 1 array. My thought was using GlusterFS, creating a device which i then export as iSCSI targets on both machines, maybe even using multipath to enable higher traffic through multiple NICs. From there, i would ...
by deajan
2013/03/03 16:07:25
Forum: CentOS 6 - Software Support
Topic: [SOLVED] Strange SASL problem
Replies: 3
Views: 1696

Re: Strange SASL problem

Okay, problem found, it lies about 45cm in front of the screen. Actually, i forgot to configure another file, for instance /etc/sysconfig/saslauthd Everything works fine now. Just in case anyone gets the same trouble, here's my working configuration: /etc/sasl2/smtpd.conf [code] pwcheck_method: sasl...
by deajan
2013/03/02 17:01:51
Forum: CentOS 6 - Software Support
Topic: [SOLVED] Strange SASL problem
Replies: 3
Views: 1696

[SOLVED] Strange SASL problem

Hello, I'm setting up my home server to be able to send emails externally via my smtp server. For this, i've setup saslauthd. I found a strange problem which i don't really know how to resolve: I've setup my /etc/sasl2/smtpd.conf file like this: [code] pwcheck_method: saslauthd mech_list: plain logi...
by deajan
2012/09/28 21:53:40
Forum: CentOS 5 - Security Support
Topic: Solutions for a secure webserver
Replies: 7
Views: 4148

Re: Solutions for a secure webserver

Sorry, didn't realize my answer could be read as rude :) I cannot simply change repo order and 'yum update' without asking my hosting company why they've made it this was, as i don't really want to have a non rebooting server. I'll have to wait to see what's their reason. Meantime, i am still config...
by deajan
2012/09/28 19:07:07
Forum: CentOS 5 - Security Support
Topic: Solutions for a secure webserver
Replies: 7
Views: 4148

Re: Solutions for a secure webserver

Hello, Yes i do run CentOS 6.2 instead of 6.3, i think it's a choice of my hosting company. Running yum update won't update more than what it is now. I think it's like you said a yum priorities concern. The gandi repo is the one from my hosting company. I'll have to ask them if there's any special r...
by deajan
2012/09/27 21:09:24
Forum: CentOS 5 - Security Support
Topic: Solutions for a secure webserver
Replies: 7
Views: 4148

Re: Solutions for a secure webserver

Hello, Although i don't really understand the reason you ask for it (except for knowing if my system is up to date), here is the output of getinfo.sh [code] Information for general problems. [code] == BEGIN uname -rmi == 3.2.26-xenU-6909-x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 == END uname -rmi == == BEGIN rpm -qa \*-...
by deajan
2012/09/25 20:59:22
Forum: CentOS 5 - Security Support
Topic: Solutions for a secure webserver
Replies: 7
Views: 4148

Solutions for a secure webserver

Hello, I'm used to make linux LDAP / samba / zfs servers, but i'm kinda new in the web hosting area. I've setup a machine on which i use LAMP to serve a couple of sites. So far, i've installed: - Ossec HIDS - rkhunter - apache mod_spamhaus - apache mod_security - fail2ban - php suhosin extension And...
by deajan
2012/09/25 20:39:51
Forum: CentOS 5 - Security Support
Topic: [SOLVED] Compromised CentOS 5.8 system
Replies: 7
Views: 3230

[SOLVED] Compromised CentOS 5.8 system comparing md5 / sha hashes / checksums

Big thanks for your answers :) I'll be able to sleep better this night... I read about prelink... Never heard of this before... Even with experience one can always learn something new :) As for the prelink process, i ask myself how tools like ossec check valid file signatures... They have to create ...

Go to advanced search