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Wed, 18 Mar 2009

Slides from CLT talk available

The slides from my talk at the Chemnitzer Linux-Tage are now available. As promised I added additional screenshots of the parts I showed directly.

Again many thanks for showing up in my talk and the feedback I got so far!

Update: I should mention, that the topic was Projektmanagement mit Subversion und Trac and the talk as well as the slides are in German.

postet at 23:18 into [Debian] permanent link


Fri, 13 Mar 2009

Dear Lazyweb,

Since a recent update of one of my systems, amavisd-new keeps on spamming me. I get mails containing stuff like bayes: synced databases from journal in 0 seconds: 674 unique entries (742 total entries). The reasons seems to be a cronjob from amavisd-new (which can be deactivated via debconf):

grep amavisd-new-cron /etc/cron.{d,daily}/*
/etc/cron.d/amavisd-new:18 */3  * * *   amavis  test -e /usr/sbin/amavisd-new-cronjob && /usr/sbin/amavisd-new-cronjob sa-sync
/etc/cron.daily/amavisd-new:test -e /usr/sbin/amavisd-new-cronjob && exec /usr/sbin/amavisd-new-cronjob sa-clean

However, the called script contains:

egrep "sa-sync\)|sa-clean\)" -A 2 /usr/sbin/amavisd-new-cronjob
        sa-sync)
                do_amavis_cmd "/usr/bin/sa-learn --sync >/dev/null"
                ;;
        sa-clean)
                do_amavis_cmd "/usr/bin/sa-learn --sync --force-expire >/dev/null"
                ;;

Note that output is redirected to /dev/null, so I should only mails if an error occurs, shouldn't I? I'm really baffled... To the best of my knowledge I shouldn't get these mails. Where am I wrong, and how to formulate that in a bug report?

postet at 15:42 into [Debian] permanent link


Sun, 15 Feb 2009

Greetings...

... from Samoa!
Samoan Beach
Have fun with Lenny!

PS: Next time, if we release on Valentines, let's choose a single to fly around the globe just to send some mails out...

postet at 21:51 into [Debian] permanent link


Tue, 27 Jan 2009

localhost nagios checks via nrpe

I'll write it down, so maybe I won't forget it: If you want to check localhost via Nagios nrpe (e.g. because you are lazy and want to reuse all the nrpe configuration you already have for other hosts), but it fails with CHECK_NRPE: Error - Could not complete SSL handshake., then make sure, that you allowed 127.0.1.1 in your allowed_hosts.

postet at 15:37 into [Debian] permanent link


Tue, 02 Dec 2008

Dear Lazyweb,

after my call for help when searching a backup solution for kind of special needs, I got a lot of feedback. Actually: I got more feedback than I'll be able to answer ;)

So I take this way to thank you for all the hints, proposals and scripts!

Special thanks to Bubulle for insisted me on using bacula and to Wouter for pointing out, that the default configuration will back up it's database automatically.

Works like a charm and it was some fun to install it, play with it, test it. Oh, and I even understood how to restore files from the backup ;)

postet at 22:41 into [Debian] permanent link


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Alexander Tolimar Reichle-Schmehl lives in Tuttlingen / Germany. Hw works as IT manager (specialized on Unix and SAN/Storage) for an international automotive supplier.

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