Re: [CentOS] Problem with ssh disconnecting

2018-02-13 Thread Liam O'Toole
On 2018-02-13, H wrote: > On 02/12/2018 07:24 PM, Liam O'Toole wrote: >> On 2018-02-12, H wrote: >>> Running CentOS 7 on workstation and having a problem with ssh >>> disconnects. My ssh_config contains: >>> >>> Host * >>> TCPKeepAlive yes >>>

[CentOS] Not able to sync mirror of Centos7 due to CRC checksum errors

2018-02-13 Thread Soham Chakraborty
Hi, yesterday I was trying to create local mirror of CentOS7 using katello/pulp. I was receiving CRC checksum errors while attempting to sync the mirror. The particular error in question was: Feb 12 07:46:34 bazinga pulp: pulp_rpm.plugins.importers.yum.sync:INFO: [e2cd9930] Generating metadata

[CentOS] Unbound question: forward-zone and stub-zone

2018-02-13 Thread C. L. Martinez
Hi all, I have a strange case with unbound ... I have defined a stub-zone to query to a secondary DNS server: stub-zone: name: "mydomain.org" stub-addr: 172.22.54.4 stub-zone: name: "54.22.172.in-addr.arpa." stub-addr: 172.22.54.4 ... but it doesn't works:

[CentOS] CentOS 6: Yum downloadonly changes local source repositories

2018-02-13 Thread Danny Smit
Hi All, I'm trying to use yum with the downloadonly option to collect a set of packages including dependencies. I noticed that even on CentOS 6 the downloadonly option is currently a default feature of the core of yum itself, which is nice. However something strange occurs when one of the

[CentOS] Two MACs for one IP

2018-02-13 Thread m . roth
The reason I want to assign one IP to two MAC addresses is that I have one (and only one) user for whom I have to spoof the MAC address (it's a case of stupid software licensing). But... his system is encrypted. Now, we're using clevis to allow reboots without someone being at the keyboard to type

Re: [CentOS] selinux policy with rsyslog and tls/certs

2018-02-13 Thread John Ratliff
On 2/13/2018 4:48 PM, John Ratliff wrote: I've setup my rsyslog server to forward traffic to another rsyslog server on my network. It's using gTLS to encrypt the messages in transit. selinux is not allowing rsyslogd to read the certificates. They are world readable, so I don't think that is

[CentOS] selinux policy with rsyslog and tls/certs

2018-02-13 Thread John Ratliff
I've setup my rsyslog server to forward traffic to another rsyslog server on my network. It's using gTLS to encrypt the messages in transit. selinux is not allowing rsyslogd to read the certificates. They are world readable, so I don't think that is the problem. When I turn selinux mode to