1) people.fedoraproject.org is not to be used for creating
repositories on or other development activities. Please rsync any
repositories you want to be accessible over to the server.
2) Please do not use sudo on Fedora servers unless you have been given
express permission to :).
On Wed, May 4, 2011 at 11:19, <saispo(a)fedoraproject.org> wrote:
> people01.fedoraproject.org : May 4 17:19:33 : saispo : user NOT in sudoers ; TTY=pts/6 ; PWD=/home/fedora/saispo/public_html/repository/development ; USER=root ; COMMAND=/usr/bin/yum install createrepo
Stephen J Smoogen.
"The core skill of innovators is error recovery, not failure avoidance."
Randy Nelson, President of Pixar University.
"Let us be kind, one to another, for most of us are fighting a hard
battle." -- Ian MacLaren
Hello all I am new around here I just wanted to send out an introduction to
adhere to the getting started guidelines. If you have any further questions
please don't hesitate to ask. I look forward to working with all of you
UTC/GMT -7 hours, United States
*Basic Skills and experience*
C++ programming for over a year and basic Linux system administrator
experience. I have authored and managed a Knowledge Base that serviced over
*Why you're joining
*I fundamentally believe in Open Source software. I love learning and I am
great at adapting to new situations. I finally want to be able to contribute
back to a great community that I have enjoyed over the past few years.
*What you're looking to do*
I know it says to be specific for this section but I absolutely would love
the opportunity to do anything. Even the menial tasks that nobody else wants
to take on.
How much time you can contribute*
I can contribute about 4-5 hours currently. This will increase as the
semester is coming to a close.* *
Once again please let me know if you have any questions and I look forward
to working with all of you in the future. Thank you for your time.
looking at the logs for something today I noticed that our logs are
showing hostnames, not ip addresses of the remote hosts. Which is
somewhat wasteful since - for the local logs we don't need that extra
resolver lookup - and it makes grepping complicated b/c you never know
what the dns reverse map is going to look like :(
so I was thinking of changing the combined, error and common log format
for apache in our configs from using %h (remotehost) to using %a (remote
Whle we have hostnamelookups off in all of our configs it appears that
using %h overrides (or ignores) that.
so - is there anything I'm not thinking about or forgetting that
changing the log format from %h to %a will result in?
My names Emma and I work as a Linux Systems Administrator, based in the UK.
I mainly use RHEL/Centos/Fedora.
I'd like to join this group and further my skills. I've worked for a few
years as a System Admin, and I'm able to script using bash/perl/python. I'm
a bit weaker with my python skills, so it would be nice if I could further
my knowledge a bit in this area. I know a moderate amount of sql as well.
I'm familiar with mysql, nagios, ldap, dns, sendmail, virtualization( xen
Hopefully I can be of some use. :)