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  1. Re: HA Virtual IP on 18.04 Not Pingable outside of VLAN

    Ah, gotcha. Not sure why the VIP is not accessible from the other VLAN. My servers/workstations are on different VLANs and I did not see such an issue when accessing the VIP from workstations.
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  2. Re: HA Virtual IP on 18.04 Not Pingable outside of VLAN

    You need 4 IP addresses. Three IP addresses need to be normal LAN-only IPs and each server needs to be watching the other servers non-virtual IP to determine availability. The other is an external...
  3. Re: Is it still possible to set up Ubuntu 18.04 as an AD Domain Controller?

    I think you are going about it in the wrong order. When provisioning a new domain, all samba configs need to be wiped.

    I started to document how to setup a controller but got side-tracked and...
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    Re: Samba join active directory domain

    Ah, so it was a multi-nic routing issue. While eth0 was active, traffic was trying to route through that gateway?
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    Re: Samba join active directory domain

    With a DNS update failure, are you sure it is trying to resolve DNS from the remote AD server or is it trying to resolve it locally itself?

    Also, you might need to ensure the FQDN of the AD/DNS...
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    Re: Mount CIFS on Azure

    How are you copying files to the mounted location? There might be optional flags that can be specified to ensure that the timestamp is preserved.
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    Re: Ubuntu server up-to-date?

    For security reasons, you really should keep the OS updated along with the associated application systems. Staying on an old version of Ubuntu and forcing installs of newer...
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    Re: Seeking help with backup script

    Since the ERP team setup the backup and it dumps to the same file every day, I would not mess with their procedure.

    But to increase the number of backups you can restore from, I would setup the...
  9. [SOLVED] Re: Installling MariaDB with phpmyadmin access

    It is best to let the database server just be a database server. You could setup a different machine to be a web server though and plop the adminer file on it. I have a tutorial on how to setup an...
  10. [SOLVED] Re: Installling MariaDB with phpmyadmin access

    I think you were just fine with MariaDB which is a superior product to MySQL.

    You might want to look at alternatives to PHPMySQL...maybe a single PHP file called Adminer

    If possible, I would...
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    [server] Re: Multi Function Home Server

    I would not recommend RAID for a home server. I might be inclined to do so if you had a server machine that shows the status of each drive in the array (red/green lights) and an extra set of unused...
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    Re: VM deployment suggestions

    I took a quick look at UCS. It's not really free or at least you need to pay to unlock certain features.

    It also seems to operate based deploying turnkey applications which is not something I...
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    Re: VM deployment suggestions

    That's the exact same thing I have begun to research. I have always used ESXi hypervisor and have recently been using Nutanix (KVM-based). I am helping out a local ISP and he has several servers...
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    Re: Install server 18.04.3 fails

    You should really post more details than this. I have not seen issues with installing Ubuntu Server 18.04.x but then again, I do not install via USB or on bare-metal most of the time.

    What is the...
  15. [server] Re: How to Schedule Unattended-Upgrades to Run Once a Month

    Sounds like management making the wrong choice.

    However, I already install my servers without the option to do unattended upgrades...because I run my own script.

    I would find out "why" they are...
  16. [SOLVED] Re: WinSCP permission issues when server PermitRootLogin NO

    Instead of opening up Linux for systems that are going away, why not go the other way around?

    Setup Windows to access its shares (HINT: As administrator, you already have full-drive access thru...
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    Re: set up a FTP server?

    I agree with TheFu about plain FTP (No encryption).

    I documented how I setup vsftpd (for Ubuntu Server 16.04) for use as an FTP over SSL service with chroot'd login accounts.

    If you can get on...
  18. Re: Prebuild custom logical partitioning on Ubuntu Server

    I have tried to research this in the past but ran into trouble when trying to create separate LVM partitions. I can work just fine when you use a single "atomic" partition and I guess this is how...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Headless TeamViewer on Ubuntu 19.10

    Well, a monitor does not demand a GUI. It can display the CLI just as well.

    Just curious, but what do you need the GUI for?
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    [ubuntu] Re: Headless TeamViewer on Ubuntu 19.10

    So, when you say "have a monitor connected and I am using the system which works perfectly." you are saying that you have some kind of GUI desktop environment such as GNOME, KDE, Mate, etc.?

    I...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Headless TeamViewer on Ubuntu 19.10

    I'm confused when seeing "headless" and "teamviewer" in the same sentence. Isn't TeamViewer a GUI (graphical user interface) to access a desktop GUI? If so, headless isn't the right word.

    If you...
  22. [ubuntu] Re: Problem installing apache webserver: “You don't have permission to access this re

    Well, I see one glaring problem right off the bat (besides putting your site config edits in apache2.conf), when you created a folder, you failed to set the ownership and permissions.

    Whenever you...
  23. [ubuntu] Re: resized LVM smaller and not VM wont boot

    I don't think I can add to anything that has already been said to try and revive the system.

    But I can reassure you that expanding a file system is MUCH safer than ever contracting it. With that...
  24. Re: Hetzner packet loss / Ubuntu network configuration

    If you have something that requires "no packet fragmentation" and the path between source and destination have different MTU sizes, that could cause significant slowdown in bandwidth.
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  25. [server] Re: Compare copied files between server and NAS

    I'm with TheFu on this one. rsync can do the copy for you AND give you a verification report once the job is done so you can have peace of mind that it "actually" finished the entire task. Another...
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