CentOS 5 has been end of life for some years and should not be used.
CentOS 8 has only just come out and is not yet ready for use IMO, with many packages missing. You would be better using CentOS 7. Nagios runs fine on it.
There is no upgrade path from one major version to another, it's a reinstall.
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- 2020/01/08 10:30:05
- Forum: CentOS 8 - Networking Support
- Topic: kmod-forcedeth error by update
- Replies: 5
- Views: 333
If you are running transmission then the traffic could be torrents. Check what torrents you are running. Transmission can be configured to limit upload or download bandwidth.
I have since read your other thread, as Trevor has pointed out it's because your gateway setting is wrong. You need to ask somebody who knows what your network settings should be, or use the local dhcp server if there is one.
- 2019/10/18 15:24:58
- Forum: CentOS 6 - Security Support
- Topic: Sudo CVE-2019-14287 Reported Oct 14
- Replies: 3
- Views: 2441
I'd say it's a pretty minor flaw as I wouldn't expect many people to have set up a vulnerable configuration. It's easy enough to fix your own configuration if you have done so.