Prior to upgrading to CentOS 7.4 everything was fine. After upgrade Im seeing Keepalived..
If I run timemaster from systemd it fails with:-Aug 02 06:07:41 machinename timemaster: [1494069.352] process 19231started: /usr/sbin/chronyd -u chrony -n -f /var/run/timemaster/chrony.conf Aug 02 06:07:41 machinename timemaster: [1494069.3..
HiI have a disk which two of the partitions are part of a RAID1 setup.Im trying to rename the the second raided partition mdadm -E /dev/sdc4/dev/sdc4:Magic : a92b4efcVersion : 1.2Feature Map : 0x1 Array UUID : 83d7657b:ebfddcb7:36b0fa14:d29a350c N..
I have a test system that booted fine using Legacy Bios” mode and using the following Kickstart snippet configured the disks correctly:- # Clear the Master Boot Record zerombr # Partition clearing information clearpart –all –initlabel # Disk partition..
I built a new kernel for C7 that contains the required driver for a new motherboard we have here.Id like to take this initramfs and rebuild it/modify it so that it is suitable for pxe booting.I have trieddracut -v–force –add anaconda initramfs.i..
all,tinydns starts up fine, selinux reports no issues (now after a day of clearing errors).If I turn selinux back to permissive in /etc/sysconfig/selinux, and reboot, tinydns responds to queries.If I turn selinux back to enforcing and reboot, tiny..