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All services are running as normal.

IPv4 access was restored from provider.

IPv6 access is now restored for Telnet, SSH (BBS and File Areas), and BinkP.

There is currently no major planned downtime.

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Installing Progress 9.1E on CentOS 5.2

We are testing moving our primary application from an AIX Power platform to the Intel x64 platform. Currently we have a Progress 9.1E running on AIX 5.2 and want to run it on Linux, as the higher-ups’ don’t want to continue support for the Power platform which is sad because AIX is actually pretty nice. Progress only supports running 9.1E on RedHat Enterprise Linux AS2.1, 3.0, 4.0, SuSE Enterprise Server 8, 9, and TurboLinux Server 8 so they do not support this configuration.

As I help get this all setup, I’m going to try and post as many details as I can here to possibly help others.

By |July 5th, 2011|0 Comments

pfSense 2.0 Features and Beta Release

A work in progress list of 2.0 new features and changes is available. I think that has most of the changes, but it’s definitely missing some. If you notice anything that was missed, please leave a comment. We’ll be adding to it as we review the list more in the coming days.

A beta of 2.0 is available from the pfSense download page

By |July 2nd, 2010|0 Comments

Kill all processes not root or daemon

for p in $(ps -ef|tail +2|grep -v root|grep -v daemon|awk '{print $2}'); do
  kill -1 ${p}
done

Drop in a KSH script and run anytime you want to send a kill -1 to all processes that are not owned by root or running under daemon.

By |June 22nd, 2010|0 Comments
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