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Yes, creating a systemd service is the way to go. You will need to write a service file, which in your case doesn't need much. Here is an outline of such a file: [Unit] Description=your description here After=syslog.target [Service] ExecStartPre= [script to run before starting the service] ExecStart= [script to run the actual service] Restart=on-abort ...
you could use grep not tested but it would look like this service ipsec status | grep "1 tunnels up" RET=$? if [ ! $RET -eq 0 ];then echo "[!] No tunnels up, better restart" service ipsec restart fi
There are linux consulting / linux support / linux admin services as well as hosting companies, telecommunication companies and DC's which provide so called "hands on" service, you could sort them out in your region to a branch book / web search to contact them directly, in this case you have to expect at least 70$ hourly rate. It appears that you have to be ...
This looks like premissions issue, please do: sudo chown whoami /tmp/mongodb-27017.sock This will set premissions straight as You need.
That parameter allows you to enable encryption in the WiredTiger storage engine, but you still need to actually configure it. You also need to be running the Enterprise version of MongoDB, this is not available in the community/open source version. Relevant snippets from the docs: Enables encryption for the WiredTiger storage engine. You must set to ...
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