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IBM/Lenovo StorWize V3700: Firmware update and Data Integrity Issue

Martin 17/09/2015

When you try to upgrade the code of the Storwize V3700 SAN, the testutility may ย tell you that you need to firmware upgrade your drives.   This procedure is designed for software 7.4 and later only, if not running this,ย see the bottom of this page:ย (Data Integrity Issue when Drive Detects Unreadable Data) If you have firmware 7.4 and above, you can go into Pools -> Internal Storage -> Action -> Upgrade All Drive upgrades can… IBM/Lenovo StorWize V3700: Firmware update and Data Integrity Issue

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Sophos UTM: SMTP Log – Retry time not reached

Martin 16/09/2015

Source: Sophos SMTP Log – Retry time not reached This entry in the smtp.log is no error – it’s just an information. If the remote mail server replies with a temporary error (for example because of active graylisting) the mail server of the UTM will retry it again after a specified time – those mail-IDs are then saved in a specific retry-database. The default values for the retry-time specify retries every 2 minutes for 2… Sophos UTM: SMTP Log – Retry time not reached

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Turnkey Linux: Reset root password

Martin 14/09/2015

If you want only to reset the root password, you can do the following: In GRUB loader type “e” on the default start item, find the line where it says “linux” and append this to the end of the lineย : “init=/bin/bash” Press ctrl-x to boot. When you get the prmpt type: mount -rw -o remount / You have now enabled read access. Then write: passwd root Type the password you want twice, and it will… Turnkey Linux: Reset root password

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Turnkey Linux: Install VMWARE Tools

Martin 14/09/2015

If you want VMWARE Tools on your Turnkey Linux VM, do the following: Replace the VMwareTools.tar.gz file with the one that the ESXi host presents to you.

   

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Turnkey Linux: Remove or change footer

Martin 14/09/2015

  Should you want to change or remove the footer “Powered by TurnKey Linux” in the bottom of every page, do this:

Remeber to give the Turnkey Linux guys some credit ๐Ÿ˜‰

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Turnkey Linux Configurations, logfiles and Executables

Martin 14/09/2015

If you use the appliances from TurnKey, here is some Nice to Know information ๐Ÿ™‚ Borrowed from : https://amigotechnotes.wordpress.com/2014/02/13/turnkey-linux-configuration-and-executable-files/ Configurations apache2.conf /etc/apache2/apache2.conf apc.ini /etc/php5/apache2/conf.d/20-apc.ini group /etc/group memcached.conf /etc/memcached.conf php.ini (apache module) /etc/php5/apache/php.ini php.ini (cli) /etc/php5/cli/php.ini Executable apache /etc/init.d/apache2 /usr/sbin/apache2 memcached /etc/init.d/memcached mysql /etc/init.d/mysql /usr/sbin/mysqld mysql shell /usr/bin/mysql php cli /usr/bin/php /etc/alternatives/php php5 cli /usr/bin/php5 TurnKey Linux configuration console /usr/bin/confconsole Log Files apache error /var/log/apache2/error.log Other Files apache modules /usr/lib/apache2/modules session files /var/lib/php5 web pages /var/www… Turnkey Linux Configurations, logfiles and Executables

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