Flush DNS cache on Centos Server I have a client with a Centos 6.9 server acting as the internal DNS server. This client made some DNS changes through register.com for their domain. If the TTL (time to live) for the DNS record is too long the local DNS server will not refresh the entry until […]
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I came across a couple of Linux commands that I have not used before and wanted to share them in case anyone else find them useful. I used them to determin who was on a linux server as well as when the server last rebooted for troubleshooting a web server problem. The command are last […]
This one has been around for a while but in case you have not come across (and in case I forget myself) here is another useful Linux command: ls > textfile.txt This is a simple way to get a list of files in a certain folder and rather than write them to the screen it […]
This one may be just a reminder for myself when I forget but it may help someone else as well. If you download the CENTOS 6 Linux netinstall image it will prompt you for a URL to the install files. Here are the links. for 32 bit: http://mirror.centos.org/centos/6/os/i386/for 64 bit: http://mirror.centos.org/centos/6/os/x86_64/ Hope it helps.
Came across this little issue while trying to install Centreon (monitoring server). During the install it attempts to create a database use and then failed during that process with the following error “Table ‘mysql.servers’ doesn’t exist” Apparently during a MySQL upgrade it is common for something to not quite finish completely. To fix the problem […]
Here is a short quick one that may help someone. This will change the time zone to EST Run from a command line date Then run ln -sf /usr/share/zoneinfo/America/New_York /etc/localtime Then run again to check to see if your change worked. date Hope it helps…
We just posted version 2.3.2 which includes some often requested features/bug fixes. Right click delete from Time Entries tab bug fixed. Right clicking an item before left clicking to select it will now allow you to delete from the context menu. New “Quick Comment” button in the “working on area” for current timer item. Click […]
This is just a quick post about a command I recently had to look up as I was new to SUSE Linux. To find your current Suse Linux version open a command prompt and type cat /etc/issue Hope it helps.
This is a quick update. I recently had to uninstall VMware Server 2 from a Centos Linux server. After a little research I found that the quickest way to uninstall (if it was installed using the RPM installer) was to run the following command rpm -e VMware-server-2.0.0-xxxxx You may need to substitute your current version […]
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