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style="font-weight: normal;">192.168.0.1 is a private IP address
which is familiar to every router-user who is setting up LAN-network
or monitoring connections of the internal devices. By accessing to
this IP address, you can enter the router control panel. Some routers
as Netgear, Linksys, TP-Link or D-Link use it as the default,
configured by the manufacturer. But whenever you need, you can always
change it.
With the help of this IP address, you can
manage the functions of your router, providing easier transmission of
information. You can use it as the default gateway. In this way,
192.168.0.1 will be responsible for processing and sending data to
different destinations.


I am in the middle of a DMCA request, as I have found someone who
is using some of my copyrighted content. The host is based in China,
and is not responding to any requests (I have sent faxes, e-mails, and
a letter).



Now, as far as I was aware, it is possible for a domain registrar
(the domain is registered via Network Solution) to take down a domain
by changing or destroying the name server entries.



Is the assumption in the above paragraph correct?

I'm trying to run a TeamCity (default) build agent with 32-bit java
on ubuntu 64-bit, I have created a [TeamCity]/bin/setenv.sh what
contains:



JAVA_HOME=/usr/lib/jvm/ia32-java-6-sun


That works fine running the server with 32-bit jre, but not for the
agent: I've tried these lines in
[buildAgent]/conf/buildAgent.properties



JAVA_HOME=/usr/lib/jvm/ia32-java-6-sun
JRE_HOME=/usr/lib/jvm/ia32-java-6-sun/jre


and also a '[buildAgent]/jre' link



[buildAgent]/jre -> /usr/lib/jvm/ia32-java-6-sun/jre/


when I do a '[TeamCity]/bin/runAll.sh start' I get this:



Using CATALINA_BASE:   /srv/TeamCity
Using CATALINA_HOME: /srv/TeamCity
Using CATALINA_TMPDIR: /srv/TeamCity/temp
Using JRE_HOME: /usr/lib/jvm/ia32-java-6-sun
Using CLASSPATH:
/srv/TeamCity/bin/bootstrap.jar:/srv/TeamCity/bin/tomcat-juli.jar
Starting TeamCity build agent...
Java executable is found in '/usr/bin/..'.
Starting TeamCity Build Agent Launcher...
Agent home directory is /srv/TeamCity/buildAgent
Current Java runtime version is 1.6
Lock file: /srv/TeamCity/buildAgent/logs/buildAgent.properties.lock
Using no lock
Done [16436], see log at ../logs/teamcity-agent.log


As you can see from the output, the server is using 32-bit jdk, but
the build agent is running the java found in '/usr/bin' (which is
64-bit in my case).



Closer inspection of the '[buildAgent]/bin/findJava.sh', it looks
like the script runs a 'which java' and finds the default system java
before it even tries any of the supplied args/folders. I think it
should find '[buildAgent]/jre' before the system java.



Whats the correct way to specify the java version to use for a
build agent, which may be a different version than the server?



Should I just modify findJava.sh to check its arguments before
checking the system path for java?

I have the following problem.



Some Hotmail/Live.com users who register @ my website don't get
verification emails. Exim logfile shows the following:



2015-01-22 19:45:04 1YELoT-0006U2-Su => XXXXXXX@live.com
R=dnslookup T=remote_smtp H=mx3.hotmail.com [65.54.188.94]
X=TLS1.2:RSA_AES_256_CBC_SHA256:256 DN="CN=*.hotmail.com"
2015-01-22 19:45:04 1YELoT-0006U2-Su Completed


but emails never appear in Hotmail mailboxes.



I have SPF records for my domain, "from" address exists, server has
reverse PTR record, server's IP address doesn't exist in any
blacklists. No problems with Gmail, Yahoo etc, only with Hotmail.



I use non-existing "reply-to" address. Could it be a problem?



Anyway, if there is a problem with my emails Hotmail should reject
them instead of accepting and not delivering. They are just fooling
people.



As I understand this problem is not permanent. I have users with
Hotmail email addresses, some people get verification email, some not.
Today I made several tests but no emails in my Hotmail mailbox.



Is there any way how to get in contact in Hotmail to fix the
problem? If not the only solutions is not to accept Hotmail/Live com
addresses. :(

I would like to send a reverse ARP to resolve an IP address given a
MAC address using rel="nofollow">nping for Windows.



The documentation is not clear on how this should work and I'm
unable to find any examples online. Can anybody assist?



Here is what I have tried:



C:>nping --arp --arp-type rarp-request --arp-target-mac
00-AA-BB-CC-DD-EE
WARNING: No targets were specified, so 0 hosts pinged.

C:>nping --arp --arp-type rarp-request --arp-target-mac
00-AA-BB-CC-DD-EE 10.10.10.10
Starting Nping 0.6.47
SENT (0.1560s) RARP who is 00:AA:BB:CC:DD:EE? Tell 00:AA:BB:CC:DD:EE
SENT (1.1560s) RARP who is 00:AA:BB:CC:DD:EE? Tell 00:AA:BB:CC:DD:EE
SENT (2.1560s) RARP who is 00:AA:BB:CC:DD:EE? Tell 00:AA:BB:CC:DD:EE
SENT (3.1560s) RARP who is 00:AA:BB:CC:DD:EE? Tell 00:AA:BB:CC:DD:EE

Max rtt: N/A | Min rtt: N/a | Avg rtt: N/A
Raw packets sent: 5 (210B) | Rcvd: 0 (0B) | Lost: 5 (100.00%)

I cannot access Storage Pools in Server Manager because it seems
that it's stuck on 'Display will be complete when the server inventory
has finished...'. The little blue bar up top keeps running, so it's
probably doing something. I have tried waiting but nothing happens.
There are no event log records related to this either. I have also
tried creating a storage pool using Powershell with no luck.



The screen looks like this: src="http://i.stack.imgur.com/qr0j8.gif"
alt="http://i.imgur.com/cGejRsr.gif">



I guess it's worth mentioning that the server is an Azure VM and is
a member of a failover cluster.



Has anybody else encountered this? I have found some related
information but no solutions to this.

I've set



autoload -U zmv
alias mmv='noglob zmv -W'


When on sample data (~20 folders with subfolders) I run



mmv images/**/advert images/**/notice


it just works as expected.
But if I run same command on real data (hundreds of thousands
folders), nothing happends. I've run mmv -n to get some
messages but no result. Even one directory name was changed so after I
while I just ended the process.



Is zmv cache folder list as a first step and than it
replace names? I expected that zmv will start changing
names immediately dir by dir.



Should I run mvv and just wait for few hours?

We have a Cisco EPC3928AD EuroDocsis 3.0 2-PORT Voice Gateway from
our ISP. The router is connected to a firewall (an Ubuntu-box running
iptables and Wireshark). Our LAN (10.0.0.1/24) is beyond the firewall.
No other equipment is connected to the router. The router's WIFI has
been disabled.



A few days ago we noticed problems when fetching mail or browsing.
The connection started to get slower and sometimes we do not have a
connection at all. This behavior seem to occur at random and during
irregular time periods (1-30 minutes approx.). All equipment on the
LAN is affected. Certain services like Skype are not affected.



The ISP did a checkup of the router and the connection to the rest
of the WAN. They found no problems, neither with the modem itself nor
the signal strength or the cable. They also set up monitoring of the
WAN segment that the modem is on and that ran for several days without
finding any problems.



Our LAN has no DHCP. We also had the DHCP in the modem was switched
off. The NIC on the firewall facing the WAN was set to 192.168.0.201.
Although our LAN has static addresses and DNS configurations on each
NIC are set to the ISP's recommended DNSs, they told us that
activating the DHCP in the router "sometimes helps"...



We proceeded to activate the DHCP with starting address
192.168.0.201 and with a range of 1. We also reserved 192.168.0.201
for the MAC of the NIC facing the modem. What happened next puzzled
us: in the router's "Preassigned DHCP IP Addresses"-list an unknown
MAC, 00:11:e6:de:ad:07 (00:11:e6 belongs to Scientific Atlanta, part
of Cisco), was occupying 192.168.0.201. Moreover, in the router's
"Connected Devices Summary", the same MAC was showing up, but this
time with an IP (10.0.0.74) on the LAN!



We restarted the router, but to no avail. The same unknown MAC
showed up again, this time with a LAN address (10.0.0.2) already in
use by a workstation on the LAN. Blocking the MAC in IP-tables made
the MAC disappear from the "Connected Devices Summary", but is still
in the "Preassigned DHCP IP Addresses"-list. We have set the IP-range
to 2, so it now occupies 192.168.0.202 instead of 192.168.0.201.



Restarting the router or disconnecting it from the firewall does
not help. The unknown MAC keeps on reappearing. The intermittent
problems with the connection persist. What is going on? Is this a hack
of some kind? Any input will be much appreciated.

On an ubuntu machine hosting my Django app (with postgres backend),
my env variables were prefectly detected when I fired up gunicorn as
my sole webserver using the command gunicorn --bind 0.0.0.0:8080
--env DJANGO_SETTINGS_MODULE=myproject.settings
myproject.wsgi:application



Next, I installed nginx and configured it to act as a reverse proxy
with gunicorn (using a digital ocean href="https://www.digitalocean.com/community/tutorials/how-to-set-up-django-with-postgres-nginx-and-gunicorn-on-ubuntu-14-04"
rel="nofollow">guide here). There is no supervisor. This new web
server configuration fired up correctly, except now it doesn't detect
the env variables at all.



Imagine my env variables are awake=1 and
secret=abc123. I've already tried putting export
awake=1
and export secret=abc123, in
/etc/default/nginx, in gunicorn.conf, in
/etc/environment (which sets them globally). I also tried
adding them to nginx.conf as env awake=1; and env
secret=abc123;
.



Nothing worked.



Now it seems that nginx




removes all environment variables inherited from its parent
process
except the TZ variable




Source: rel="nofollow">http://nginx.org/en/docs/ngx_core_module.html#env
Could this be the reason why nothing I'm trying has come close to
working? Nevertheless, echo $awake yields 1 on the
command line, which tells me that perhaps the variables are set, but
being bypassed or overlooked.



It's become very frustrating. Can anyone help me figure this one
out? Thanks in advance.






wsgi.py:



import os
os.environ.setdefault("DJANGO_SETTINGS_MODULE", "myproject.settings")
from django.core.wsgi import get_wsgi_application
from dj_static import Cling
application = Cling(get_wsgi_application())


gunicorn.conf:



description "Gunicorn application server handling
myproject"

start on runlevel [2345]
stop on runlevel [!2345]

respawn
setuid myuser
setgid www-data
chdir /home/myuser/directory/myproject/

exec /home/myuser/.virtualenvs/myvirtualenv/bin/gunicorn
--chdir=/home/myuser/directory/ --workers 3 --bind
unix:/home/myuser/directory/myproject/myproject.sock --env
DJANGO_SETTINGS_MODULE=myproject.settings myproject.wsgi:application


/etc/nginx/sites-available/myproject:



server {
listen 80;
server_name myapp.cloudapp.net;

location = /favicon.ico { access_log off; log_not_found off; }
location /static/ {
root /home/myuser/directory/myproject;
}

location / {
include proxy_params;
proxy_pass
http://unix:/home/myuser/directory/myproject/myproject.sock;
}
}


Note: Please ask for more information if you need it

The question is pretty much the same as this one: href="http://serverfault.com/questions/503317/how-to-log-a-request-to-apache-access-log-if-its-cached-by-varnish">How
to log a request to apache access log if it's cached by
Varnish



but instead of varnish let's say I am using CloudFlare.



Is there any way to get the access logs to my server? Or I depend
fully on the tools offered by the CDN?



I mean access to cached content like pdf files or static html that
is served directly from Cloudflare/cache system external to my
server.


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