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by TrevorH
2021/05/07 17:05:18
Forum: CentOS 7 - Hardware Support
Topic: Threadripper PRO 3975X
Replies: 5
Views: 53

Re: Threadripper PRO 3975X

Key words there: "or later"

Moved to the CentOS 7 forum since this is not about CentOS 8 (mostly)
by TrevorH
2021/05/07 17:03:52
Forum: CentOS 8 - General Support
Topic: need some clarifications between centos stream and rhel
Replies: 16
Views: 200

Re: need some clarifications between centos stream and rhel

Fedora is the bleeding edge and gets $latest of everything whenever the package maintainers feel like pushing them. CentOS Stream is the development area for RHEL so gets stuff intended for the next point release ahead of that point release. It could contain unintendedly broken things as a result of...
by TrevorH
2021/05/07 16:02:49
Forum: CentOS 7 - General Support
Topic: How to extend the inode number on fileserver
Replies: 4
Views: 50

Re: How to extend the inode number on fileserver

I am unaware that any ext* filesystem can have its inode numbers modified post-mkfs. Theoretically xfs doesn't have an inode limit but it does seem to complain sometimes that it's run out despite that.
by TrevorH
2021/05/07 16:01:00
Forum: CentOS 7 - Hardware Support
Topic: Threadripper PRO 3975X
Replies: 5
Views: 53

Re: Threadripper PRO 3975X

Well you don't want to run 7.6, that much is sure. For a start, it was released 2018-10-30 but the 3975X didn't come out until at least the 2nd half of 2020 so 7.6 definitely won't have been tested on it and there won't be any support for it. Not to mention that https://access.redhat.com/errata/ sho...
by TrevorH
2021/05/07 15:20:13
Forum: CentOS 7 - General Support
Topic: How to extend the inode number on fileserver
Replies: 4
Views: 50

Re: How to extend the inode number on fileserver

You cannot fix an out of inodes problem without a full backup and restore of the data. In any case, since you're talking about an NFS share, this is not something you can fix from the NFS client, it has to be on the NFS server which is the machine that has the actual filesystem that is out of inodes.
by TrevorH
2021/05/07 14:53:04
Forum: User Comments
Topic: Trying to mockup a reseller webhosting VPS
Replies: 2
Views: 30

Re: Trying to mockup a reseller webhosting VPS

Wrong place to ask really. We don't recommend use of any control panels. Almost without exception they are completely ****. The least intrusive is probably webmin but then you have to look at it and think "hmm, several thousand lines of perl, all running as root. What could possibly go wrong?" If yo...
by TrevorH
2021/05/07 14:37:55
Forum: CentOS 6 - General Support
Topic: Anyone using the NigthwatchJS?
Replies: 3
Views: 36

Re: Anyone using the NigthwatchJS?

It's unsafe to run. Ask your boss if he'd be comfortable if you ran up a copy of Windows XP and stuck that on the internet...
by TrevorH
2021/05/07 14:36:53
Forum: CentOS 7 - General Support
Topic: Trying to prevent TLS 1.0 and 1.1 support for PCI
Replies: 10
Views: 108

Re: Trying to prevent TLS 1.0 and 1.1 support for PCI

24162 ? Ss 0:00 /usr/local/apache/bin/httpd -k start So that's where your httpd runs from and since nothing we ship uses /usr/local at all, that's definitely not ours. 8186 ? S 4:46 \_ php-fpm: pool cwpsrv CWP. See the sticky post about CWP and how we do not support it. You might also want to googl...
by TrevorH
2021/05/07 12:33:40
Forum: CentOS 6 - General Support
Topic: Anyone using the NigthwatchJS?
Replies: 3
Views: 36

Re: Anyone using the NigthwatchJS?

You need to stop using CentOS 6. It's dead and will receive no more updates which means it becomes increasingly dangerous to run. There are already exploits for CentOS 6 that allow unprivileged users to become root. The error you are getting means that the app is built to run on a newer version of C...
by TrevorH
2021/05/07 12:30:48
Forum: CentOS 7 - General Support
Topic: Trying to prevent TLS 1.0 and 1.1 support for PCI
Replies: 10
Views: 108

Re: Trying to prevent TLS 1.0 and 1.1 support for PCI

Try removing the changes you made so that it starts up again then look in the output from `ps fax` to see where it's running httpd from. It's apparent that this is not the CentOS version though so now it's more a matter of finding out where it came from so you can work out how to run the correct ver...

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