On lundi, 25 avril 2016 17.10:03 h CEST jdd wrote:
> Le 25/04/2016 16:54, Carlos E. R. a écrit :
> > On 2016-04-25 15:53, jdd wrote:
> >
> >> before I start an extensive bug search, is there something in the recent
> >> release that could have set this up?
> >
> > After the last update (two week packages) I lost network. Had to restart
> > network, dns and postfix, at least. On one machine only.
> >
> weird :-(
> here, the web server did work, but not postfix (last mail on april 22 - 
> last cron report on april 22, 3:00)
> after reboot, the server do not reboot, not even ping.
> last notice was "Our services come to intervene to block an attack
> incoming on the server" from my host provider
> so I can only access it through rescue system (like the openSUSE rescue one)
> jdd
Then try to chroot in main /opensuse 
chroot is documented in opensuse wiki.

once in, you will be able to at least check the log (journal?)
to see what kind of traffic goes from internet to your server.
Especially check what happen to apache and your mail.

the message is almost like a kind of DDOS against your server.
Perhaps you became famous ? :-) 
But if it is the case, normally you should have a ticket in the support system.
And you perhaps have to check a check box saying I'm ok now and fixed the stuff.


Bruno Friedmann 
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