In my program, I have a thread which has to continuously monitor the network interfaces therefore it continuosly uses getifaddrs() in a while loop. Most of the time my program works fine. However, sometimes getifaddrs() returns -1 and errNo = EBADF(bad file descriptor). In order to not exit my thread, I have temporarily replaced exit with continue(as I don’t want
I have a small node.js (v13.5.0) server running under PM2 (v4.4.0) on a RHEL 7.6 box. As a part of it’s function it writes a small CSV file to the disc for every incoming request. This app is writing these files with the perms (rw-r—–). The user I am having PM2 executing my process as has umask set to 0022.
So I am using RHEL 7. I have two servers with the following user accounts root (obvious) admin I want the setup to work in the following manner. passwordless SSH from server 1 to server 2 using the admin user, but the SSH initiation is done from the root user always. We are not allowed to do ssh key exchange
I am trying to uninstall php and all of its modules from a RHEL7 server completely and do a clean install later. Things I have tried till now using yum – sudo yum remove ‘php*’. After the above command i can still see that php is not uninstalled. Please help. Answer You could also add this option to /etc/yum.conf: clean_requirements_on_remove=1.
I am not able to create SSIS DB Catalog on my MS SQL Server which is installed on Linux RHEL 7 Server. Though I have installed SSIS on Linux RHEL 7. Whenever I am trying to create SSIS DB Catalog i am getting this error. TITLE: Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio The path to the catalog backup file could not
I have a script running the command: Got the error: Checked all permission on the directories and keytool – all are executable. I am at RHEL-7 Answer A lot of Distributions do not allow files to be executed from within the /tmp directory. Either move the jre out of /tmp (why is it even in there?) or make it executable
I’m doing an altinstall of Python 2.7.13 on RHEL7 which has 2.7.5 installed. Here’s how I’m building from source: However, even when I tried to access this altinstall directly, I’m getting the system Python, rather than the altinstall. I’ve put SELinux into permissive mode and get the same result. and when I enter the interpreter I’m at a loss here.
I’m trying to install a PHP-based software package in a Red Hat 7 Amazon EC2 instance (ami-8cff51fb) that has had Apache 2.4.6 and PHP 5.4.16 installed on it using yum. The installation fails because it says a particular directory needs to be writable by the webserver with 0755 or 0775 permissions. The directory in question has 0775 permissions with root:apache