71 reputation
18
bio website
location
age
visits member for 2 years, 5 months
seen Jun 15 at 23:39

Jun
15
comment ISC-DHCP-SERVER (primary/secondary) - Can Load Balancing Be Disabled?
Thanks m00ht, I actually stumbled across this answer a couple weeks ago but haven't yet had the chance to make the change and test in my staging environment =/. I'll let you know if this works as advertised! =)
Mar
14
asked ISC-DHCP-SERVER (primary/secondary) - Can Load Balancing Be Disabled?
Jan
13
awarded  Notable Question
Jan
8
awarded  Popular Question
Dec
11
answered Linux-KVM “broken” after a motherboard swap
Nov
27
revised Linux-KVM “broken” after a motherboard swap
Improved formatting
Nov
27
asked Linux-KVM “broken” after a motherboard swap
Sep
17
awarded  Tumbleweed
Sep
9
comment How do I perform maintenance on a master DNS/DHCP (BIND9/ISC-DHCP) Ubuntu server?
I've done a lot of research on this topic already (I'm the person that built the 2 Ubuntu 12.04 servers from scratch to replace our 8 year old DNS/DHCP server that was on its last legs). That said, I'm not a Linux System Admin, I'm merely wearing the hat at the moment. I'm well aware that BIND9 doesn't care about being stopped since the slave contains all of the same zone files (provided automatic zone transfer is functional, which it is). I'm uncertain on how to address the failover aspect however, as I was under the impression RNDC commands have to be issued for a partner-down state.
Sep
9
awarded  Popular Question
Sep
6
asked How do I perform maintenance on a master DNS/DHCP (BIND9/ISC-DHCP) Ubuntu server?
Jul
5
awarded  Popular Question
May
22
answered Question regarding the dhcpd.leases file for ISC-DHCP-SERVER (Ubuntu 12.04 LTS x64)
May
21
comment Question regarding the dhcpd.leases file for ISC-DHCP-SERVER (Ubuntu 12.04 LTS x64)
Something else I probably should have mentioned is that the Debian server is running ISC-DHCP-SERVER 3.0.1, and the 2 new servers are running ISC-DHCP-SERVER 4.1-ESV-R4
May
21
asked Question regarding the dhcpd.leases file for ISC-DHCP-SERVER (Ubuntu 12.04 LTS x64)
Mar
1
awarded  Popular Question
Jul
5
comment Passwordless su in a Bash script?
Thank you to everyone for your in-depth responses! Unfortunately, the project has been terminated (with the finish line in sight) and I can't test this any further. Yay for corporate B.S.! =/
Jun
20
comment Passwordless su in a Bash script?
All of the users on the system are admins actually lol. The fortunate thing about this is that we're much less concerned about security due to the fact this is a pre-production cluster. I'll re-read and ponder your initial answer tomorrow morning! =)
Jun
20
comment Passwordless su in a Bash script?
Wow, thank you for the crazy in-depth answer Eliah! I'll thoroughly read this over and respond appropriately in the morning as I need to leave work right now =/.
Jun
20
comment Passwordless su in a Bash script?
Looks like the sudoers file I created is working as was mentioned in my original UbuntuForums.org post. The following code successfully changes users without a password prompt: [CODE]sudo su reporter[/CODE] I'm wondering if it's possible for me to just type "su reporter" while avoiding a password prompt?