How To Read CPU Temperature On CentOS 4.6 And 2.6.9 Kernel

Jul 30, 2008

how to read CPU Temperature on CentOS 4.6. and kernel 2.6.9 (CentOS kernel from yum)

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Centos + Kernel 2.6.9-34.0.2- How To Upgrade Kernel

Apr 29, 2007

Last year I ordered a new server with Centos 4.3 and it had the kernel kernel 2.6.9-34.0.2ELsmp installed. It runned fine and I didn't update any packages since then.

Today I started getting a problem where both mysqld and kswapd0 uses very high amounts of CPU, spiking up to 100% and my memory usage is at 99% all the time. The problem seems exactly the same as the one mentioned in this thread.

In that thread the exact same kernel is said to be insecure and to cause this problem. I also came across a centOS bug that reports this problem with high cpu, mem usage and mysql & kswapd0 consuming all resources.

In the linked thread the person solved the problem by upgrading to kernel 2.6.9-42 using rpms but others recommended a newer kernel or a custom compiled kernel for CentOS.

Apparently when they used yum it said 34.0.2 was the latest kernel.

What should I do to upgrade the kernel, which version should i upgrade to, and where do I get it from? I won't be able to compile a custom kernel and I've only installed basic rpm packages before.

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Install 32 Bit Pae Kernel On Centos

Apr 3, 2009

i have a 32bit centos running with 8 gigs, but only 7 is registering when i contacted support they told me

Your server does in fact have 8GB of physical memory however the reason it is not being recognized is due to the fact that you are using a 32 bit operating system. By default, the 8GB would be recognized if it were a 64 bit OS however on a 32 bit operating system, you must install and boot into the PAE kernel (physical address extension) for the 8GB to be recognized and utilized. The PAE kernel can be installed through yum when connected to your server as root over SSH. Once you have installed the kernel, you will need to reboot the server for these changes to take effect

i tried

yum pae install

yum pae kernel install

both didnt work can anyone give me a quick step by step guide on how to go about this.

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Kernel-PAE And CentOS 5 32bit

Dec 23, 2008

I have a dedicated box with following specs
Core2Quad 2.4ghz
2x500gb hdd
8gb ram

I installed 32bit centos5 in it ( because I use lxadmin ;lxadmin wont support 64bit)
Installed kernel-PAE successfully and rebooted the server. but the server still boots into the old kernel. I need the kernel-PAE to be booted, then only I can utilize full RAM. help me . below there is ssh logs
[root@t241 ~]# cat /proc/meminfo
MemTotal: 3357036 kB
MemFree: 3204984 kB
Buffers: 8148 kB
Cached: 109516 kB
SwapCached: 0 kB
Active: 33504 kB
Inactive: 103664 kB
HighTotal: 2477180 kB
HighFree: 2343972 kB
LowTotal: 879856 kB
LowFree: 861012 kB
SwapTotal: 6409892 kB
SwapFree: 6409892 kB
Dirty: 16 kB
Writeback: 0 kB
AnonPages: 19524 kB
Mapped: 7608 kB
Slab: 7732 kB
SReclaimable: 3964 kB
SUnreclaim: 3768 kB
PageTables: 400 kB
NFS_Unstable: 0 kB
Bounce: 0 kB
CommitLimit: 8088408 kB
Committed_AS: 45232 kB
VmallocTotal: 114680 kB
VmallocUsed: 3992 kB
VmallocChunk: 110560 kB
[root@t241 ~]# uname -rm
2.6.25.10 i686
[root@t241 ~]# cat /etc/grub.conf
default 1
timeout 7
color cyan/blue white/blue
title=CentOS (2.6.18-92.1.22.el5PAE)
root (hd0,1)
kernel /boot/vmlinuz-2.6.18-92.1.22.el5PAE root=/dev/sda2 pci=nommconf
initrd /boot/initrd-2.6.18-92.1.22.el5PAE.img
title=linux
root (hd0,1)
kernel /boot/vmlinuz root=/dev/sda2 pci=nommconf
[root@t241 ~]# rpm -qa | grep kernel
kernel-2.6.18-8.el5
kernel-PAE-2.6.18-92.1.22.el5
kernel-headers-2.6.18-8.el5
[root@t241 ~]#

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How To Build Kernel For Centos

Apr 3, 2007

how can i recompile kernel for centos with following options

option IPFIREWALL,IPDIVERT,IPFIREWALL_FORWARD?

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Kernel Update Needed For Centos 5

Nov 1, 2009

I am using cpanel My server runs with centos 5 With version 2.6.18-164.2.1.el5.plus

Does i need to keep updating kernal updates always for the server?

If so how i can update automatically?

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Openvz Kernel On Centos 64bit

May 21, 2009

I was Use Centos 64bit and when i install the openvz kernel and the openvzquota:

Quote:

yum -y install ovzkernel

yum -y install vzctrl vzquota vzpkg

I reebot my server and never boot up

I was planning to use a 8gb ram that's why i select 64bit.

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Apr 5, 2009

Is there a correct way to do it?

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CentOs Kernel Upgrades....With Cpanel

Mar 29, 2009

I was wondering how I would go about ensuring my kernel is up to date on my vps. I am running centos and I have cpanel, so I am not sure if there is anything special that has to be done or avoided when running cpanel.

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Recompile Centos Kernel 1000hz

Jun 1, 2007

I've setup a CS game server running centos 4 but I'm looking to recompile it with 1000hz.

Does anyone have any links to newbie friendly guides on how to do this without any problems?

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Jun 9, 2007

When I try to compile kernel 2.6.19.2-grsec I get the following error.

kernel: irqbalance[1750]: segfault at 000001b202b70b20 rip 000001b2028f9cdb rsp 000077a8404178f0 error 6
kernel: grsec: signal 11 sent to /usr/sbin/irqbalance[irqbalance:1750] uid/euid:0/0 gid/egid:0/0, parent /bin/bash[bash:1749] uid/euid:0/0 gid/egid:0/0

I must have tryed to compile the kernel 20 different ways with or with out grsec and I still get the same irqbalance error.

My server is a
AMD Athlon 64 X2 4800+
2GB of DDR2 800 ram
x2 160GB hard drives soft ware raid 1
nvidia chipset mother board

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CentOS 5, CPanel 11, Kernel Buggy

Nov 18, 2007

(The box, 2 years now, never had issues before all you will read...)

I do have a box at the IP xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx, which on 15th Nov. was: AMD 4200+
with 300 GB hdd for OS, and CentOS 4.5 on it...

Because the system was facing few load problems of wrong installed applications, we decided to do a fresh OS reload to the latest OS version and
cPanel.

on 16th Nov, the box was up and running with CentOS 5, and cPanel 11.

the kernel is: 2.6.18-8.1.15.el5

After few hrs the box was done and IO restored all backups in it anbd all worked fine, I realized that I couldnt access cPanel, page was blank for
everything.

Also, most pages (except simple html) where showing internal error 500.

I did a reboot. probelm was fixed.

After few hrs, problem came up again...

I left ssh logged in to see whats wrong.

I found out that every few hrs, that issue was happening:

Message from syslogd@server at Sun Nov 16 11:47:21 2007 ...
server kernel: journal commit I/O error

Then, we had techs to check HDD for errors. they did fsck, and said disk has to be replaced (at this point, without wanting to offend anyone, I have to state that 90% of techs in datacenters, or at least at mine --won't name them, 99% you guess which DC it is...-- are just low paid students that don't know SIMPLE things...) so we told them to replace the HDD and do OS reload in new drive...

So, on 17th Nov. we had online a new HDD, 400 GB with CentOS 5 loaded in it, and cPanel 11...

After few hrs and all working and backups recovered, the issue came up again!

This time, with exactly same error, techs told us it may be RAM, so they replaced the RAM and we waited...

In 2,5 hrs, bang, it happens again, same error.

They say, it might be the sata cable...

we replace it...

AGAIN ERROR.

we ask them to loook at it seriously, and after lot pressure, to avoid case that mo/bo or controller is wrong, they do upgrade us in a BRAND NEW colocated box, which was this time: Intel Core 2 DUO, 6300, with brand new 500 GB HDD and new RAM.

We recover in the new box the backups.

Box is online today at 18th Nov...

and the issue comes up again!

Message from syslogd@server at Sun Nov 18 11:47:21 2007 ...
server kernel: journal commit I/O error

I ask them what the **** is going on now and why after having all hardware replaced with new, and all OS reinstalled clean on new drives and new devices, 3 times, why we have again the same error...

And their response: power cable was loose, we replaced power cable...

Guys, sorry, this is really DUMP... loose cable cannot give that error...

and the error... continues!

Also, at this point, I have to let you know, that when this error comes up, (Message from syslogd@server at Sun Nov 18 11:47:21 2007 ...

server kernel: journal commit I/O error) the filesystem becomes READ-ONLY and
nothing gets affected, if we do a cold reboot by reset button, it comes up
again and all work PERFECT, until the issue comes back again.....

I am desperate with that, let me know what I have to do!

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Jun 22, 2008

Just to make things clear, i am not new at setting up VPS nodes, i have set up all of my servers with the HyperVM/OpenVZ setup and they work perfectly, but im having a problem with a new server.

Just received my new server, installed HyperVM-Slave, rebooted but the OpenVZ kernel was not installed for some reason, so i manually installed the OpenVZ Kernel using the RPM as yum seemed to install the wrong kernel.

I then installed the kernel using RPM and got this error at the end of installation:

grubby: unable to open /dev/hda: No such file or directory
grubby: unable to open /boot/boot.b: No such file or directory
grubby fatal error: unable to find a suitable template

I have never encountered this error with any of my other servers before...

Also after installation everything seems to be correct. /etc/grub.conf has the new OpenVZ kernel displayed, and default is set to 0, so upon startup it should be booting the correct kernel, but the thing is, when i reboot the machine the default kernel is loaded even though the grub.conf is configured to load the OpenVZ Kernel.

Im thinking that this may be due to the error i got when installing the kernel.

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May 15, 2009

I'm not sure if anyone else has come across this but I'm sure you are all aware that CentOS 5.3 default kernel comes with realtek support.

But the default realtek drivers have a bug in them when it slows down upload and downloads drastically and shows ping times above 2000+ ms in the same datacenter.

A fix for this is simply upgrading the kernel to the latest version available (2.6.29) with realtek driver support.

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HOW TO: CentOS Issue .. Kernel Update - SAS Drive

Apr 17, 2008

I installed CentOS 5 with SAS drive. But i forgot install kernel-PAE for more 4GB RAM. (i'm using 8GB RAM).

But now when i trying to install kernel-PAE or update kernel. I have issue with hda and fd0 ...

"WARNING: No module megasr found for kernel"

When i 'cat /var/log/messages' i got:

kernel: end_request: i/o error, dev fd0,sector 0
kernel: hda: packet command error: status=0x51 { DriveReady SeekComplete Error }
kernel: hda: packet command error: error=0x54 { AbortedCommand LastFailedSense=0x05 }

I tried to 'google' they to find the solution, but now i still not find out ...
I'll try to reload OS. After reload OS, if i dont have floppy disk, how can i update kernel with no error?

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No Module Uhci-hcd Found For Kernel 2.6.24.2 On CENTOS 5

Feb 18, 2008

I trying to compile new kernel on centos 5 and every time after "mkinitrd /boot/initrd-2.6.24.2.img 2.6.24.2" I have error:

No module uhci-hcd found for kernel 2.6.24.2, aborting.

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Whats The Latest Stable Kernel For Centos OS 5 Server

Oct 15, 2007

Can someone tell me which one is the latest stable kernel version available for centos 5 that should be running on the server?

Is
2.6.21.5-JS-grsec #1 SMP Thu Jul 12 20:38:34 CST 2007 i686 athlon i386 GNU/Linux.

Outdated?

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CPU Temperature

Oct 1, 2008

Is there a command I can issue using Putty, and logged in as root or admin, to see what temperature my server cpu is running at.

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Command To Check The CPU Temperature

Sep 22, 2008

if there is a command to check the CPU temperature. Is the following the right way?

cat /proc/acpi/thermal_zone/THRM/temperature always gives 30 C.

I recently got a Intel Quad Core with 8 GB RAM. When the load is nearing 1.00, the kernel flashes the message below. It is always CPU1 and CPU2 while CPU3 and CPU0 is reported to be normal.

====================================================
Sep 22 00:07:47 server2 kernel: CPU2: Temperature above threshold, cpu clock throttled
Sep 22 00:07:47 server2 kernel: CPU3: Temperature/speed normal
Sep 22 00:07:49 server2 kernel: CPU1: Temperature above threshold, cpu clock throttled
Sep 22 00:07:49 server2 kernel: CPU0: Temperature/speed normal
=====================================================

and /proc/acpi/thermal_zone/THRM/* always gives the following

====================================
<setting not supported>
cooling mode: critical
<polling disabled>
state: ok
temperature: 30 C
critical (S5): 110 C
====================================

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Temperature Fluctuations In Datacenter

Jun 26, 2007

I have been loosely monitoring the system temperature on my co-located 1U server and have noticed fluctuations of up to 9 degrees Celsius (or around 18 degrees Fahrenheit) depending on the time of day, and the current weather in the city the data center is located.

In the dead of night the system usually reads around 28C but in mid afternoon it will get up to 34 - 38C, not terribly hot, but the effect of the constantly changing temps on the hard drives has me concerned. Server load doesn't seem to be a huge contributor to the temp increase since it's peak load times are usually from late evening until early morning, so I'm guessing this is the data center heating up and cooling down following the outside weather patterns.

do any of you others see temperature swings like this on your servers and how much would be normal?

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Standards For Dedicated Server Temperature

Apr 20, 2008

what are the 'standards' for server temperatures.

We are testing some new DELL servers, and we're hitting 65 - 70degrees Celcius, was wondering if anyone experiences these temperatures.

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Optimal Server Room Temperature

Jul 26, 2007

We have a very small server/network/telecommunications room with one server rack housing 2 racked Dell servers, 2 3com router, 1 switch, 2 UPSes and 2 tower servers.

In addition, our phone system is housed in this room.

The temperature is normally about 77 degrees Fahrenheit. It is a VERY small room and central air does not reach the room. Their is only a portable A/C(I guess its fairly powerful) that we leave on all night and day at its max. However, the temperature stays about a constant 77 degrees.

I read in some articles that the temp should be about 58 degrees Fahrenheit. Is that true?

Is our equipment being damaged by the temperature in the room?

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Temperature Above Threshold, Cpu Clock Throttled

Jun 21, 2007

Is this behavior normal when running a utility such as bonnie++?

I'm running bonnie++ to check for the performance of my drive. When it gets to the part of Writing with putc()... the syslog starts to pop the message in the screen saying:

Message from syslogd@machine at Wed Jun 20 18:06:41 2007 ...
machine kernel: CPU0: Temperature/speed normal

I'm using the following OS:

OS CentOS 5

This is the uname information:

Linux machine.domain.com 2.6.18-8.el5 #1 SMP Thu Mar 15 19:46:53 EDT 2007 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux

This is the output of bonnie++

[root@machine ~]# bonnie++ -x 3 -u 0 -n1
Using uid:0, gid:0.
name,file_size,putc,putc_cpu,put_block,put_block_cpu,rewrite,rewrite_cpu,getc,getc_cpu,get_block,get_block_cpu,seeks,seeks_cpu,num_files,seq_create,se q_create_cpu,seq_stat,seq_stat_cpu,seq_del,seq_del_cpu,ran_create,ran_create_cpu,ran_stat,ran_stat_cpu,ran_del,ran_del_cpu
Writing with putc()...done
Writing intelligently...done
Rewriting...done
Reading with getc()...done
Reading intelligently...done
start 'em...done...done...done...
Create files in sequential order...done.
Stat files in sequential order...done.
Delete files in sequential order...done.
Create files in random order...done.
Stat files in random order...done.
Delete files in random order...done.
bigblue.diversityjobs.com,8G,63756,90,96753,25,43654,9,66384,94,104946,10,292.7,0,1,+++++,+++,+++++,+++,+++++,+++,+++++,+++,+++++,+++,+++++,+++
Writing with putc()...
Message from syslogd@bigblue at Wed Jun 20 18:06:41 2007 ...
bigblue kernel: CPU0: Temperature/speed normal
done

Message from syslogd@machine at Wed Jun 20 18:06:43 2007 ...
bigblue kernel: CPU1: Temperature above threshold, cpu clock throttled

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Google Doubts Hard Drives Fail Because Of Excessive Temperature, Usage

Feb 17, 2007

Mountain View (CA) - As a company with one of the world's largest IT infrastructures, Google has an opportunity to do more than just search the Internet. From time to time, the company publishes the results of internal research. The most recent project one is sure to spark interest in exploring how and under what circumstances hard drives work - or not.

There is a rule of thumb for replacing hard drives, which taught customers to move data from one drive to another at least every five years. But especially the mechanical nature of hard drives makes these mass storage devices prone to error and some drives may fail and die long before that five-year-mark is reached. Traditionally, extreme environmental conditions are cited as the main reasons for hard drive failure, extreme temperatures and excessive activity being the most prominent ones.

A Google study presented at the currently held Conference on File and Storage Technologies questions these traditional failure explanations and concludes that there are many more factors impacting the life expectancy of a hard drive and that failure predictions are much more complex than previously thought. What makes this study interesting is the fact that Google's server infrastructure is estimated to exceed a number of 450,000 fairly mainstream systems that, in a large number, use consumer-grade devices with capacities ranging from 80 to 400 GB in capacity. According to the company, the project covered "more than 100,000" drives that were put into production in or after 2001. The drives ran at a platter rotation speed of 5400 and 7200 rpm, came from "many of the largest disk drive manufacturers and from at least nine different models."

Google said that it is collecting "vital information" about all of its systems every few minutes and stores the data for further analysis. For example, this information includes environmental factors (such as temperatures), activity levels and SMART parameters (Self-Monitoring Analysis and Reporting Technology) that are commonly considered to be good indicators to describe the health of disk drives.

In general, Google's hard drive population saw a failure rate that was increasing with the age of the drive. Within the group of hard drives up to one year old, 1.7% of the devices had to be replaced due to failure. The rate jumps to 8% in year 2 and 8.6% in year 3. The failure rate levels out thereafter, but Google believes that the reliability of drives older than 4 years is influenced more by "the particular models in that vintage than by disk drive aging effects."

Breaking out different levels of utilization, the Google study shows an interesting result. Only drives with an age of six months or younger show a decidedly higher probability of failure when put into a high activity environment. Once the drive survives its first months, the probability of failure due to high usage decreases in year 1, 2, 3 and 4 - and increases significantly in year 5. Google's temperature research found an equally surprising result: "Failures do not increase when the average temperature increases. In fact, there is a clear trend showing that lower temperatures are associated with higher failure rates. Only at very high temperatures is there a slight reversal of this trend," the authors of the study found.

In contrast the company discovered that certain SMART parameters apparently do have an effect drive failures. For example, drives typically scan the disk surface in the background and report errors as they discover them. Significant scan errors can hint to surface errors and Google reports that fewer than 2% of its drives show scan errors. However, drives with scan errors turned out to be ten times more likely to fail than drives without scan errors. About 70% of Google's drives with scan errors survived the first eight months after the first scan error was reported.

Similarly, reallocation counts, a number that results from the remapping of faulty sectors to a new physical sector, can have a dramatic impact on a hard drive's life: Google said that drives with one or more reallocations fail more often than those with none. The observed average impact on the average fail rate came in at a factor of 3-6, while about 85% of the drives survive past eight months after the first reallocation.

Google discovered similar effects on hard drives in other SMART categories, but them bottom line revealed that 56% of all failed drives had no count in either one of these categories - which means that more than half of all failed drives were put out of operation by factors other than scan errors, reallocation count, offline reallocation and probational counts.

In the end, Google's research does not solve the problem of predicting when hard drives are likely to fail. However, it shows that temperature and high usage alone are not responsible for failures by default. Also, the researcher pointed towards a trend they call "infant mortality phase" - a time frame early in a hard drive's life that shows increased probabilities of failure under certain circumstances. The report lacks a clear cut conclusion, but the authors indicate that there is no promising approach at this time than can predict failures of hard drives: "Powerful predictive models need to make use of signals beyond those provided by SMART."

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Mar 29, 2007

we have one box in hivelocity.net that has been down so many times this month that we were forced to remove links to siteuptime where we were once so proud of having a 99.7% uptime for 3 years in theplanet.

syslog shows that just before crashing, these entries were made:

kernel: kernel BUG at mm/rmap.c:479
kernel: invalid operand:0000 [#1]

dmesg also shows this:

...
Brought up 2 CPUs
zapping low mappings.
checking if image is initramfs... it is
Freeing initrd memory: 482k freed
NET: Registered protocol family 16
PCI: PCI BIOS revision 2.10 entry at 0xf9f20, last bus=1
PCI: Using configuration type 1
mtrr: v2.0 (20020519)
mtrr: your CPUs had inconsistent fixed MTRR settings
mtrr: probably your BIOS does not setup all CPUs.
mtrr: corrected configuration.
...

i've googled these messages and they point to ram problems.

hivelocity.net claims to have done diagnostics on the box and that there were no problems reported.

they said this is a result of a sys configuration problem made by us.

any ideas?

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May 20, 2009

running centos/virtuozzo 2.6.18-028stab062.3

when i configure vmware it asks at one point for kernel header files. where would i find them to match the current kernel?

i asked at parallels forums but help there is very scarce. i checked openVZ repositories and they dont yet have headers for this version.

what are my options? i have one last windows machine left and want to run it in VMware.

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Mar 6, 2008

We have been working on a site for a while, couple of days ago I copied the source from the server - as there are few people making the changes to it - to get a fresh copy.

Yesterday I was blasted by my client that I have deleted files on the server and it had caused the site to go in disarray and they had to upload everything again.

I didn't delete anything, only copied, and after some arguments (naturally I am not happy with the allegation put on me) I was able to get the FTP log, but I don't really know how to read it, I am hoping that someone here would know and be able to assist:

HTML4Strict Code:
Tue Mar 04 16:49:29 2008 0 xx.xx.xx.xx 9365 /home/APP_NAME/public_html/user/add_room.php a _ i r xxxx ftp 1 * cTue Mar 04 18:20:02 2008 0 xx.xx.xx.xx 3909 /home/APP_NAME/public_html/About.php a _ o r xxxx ftp 1 * cTue Mar 04 18:20:04 2008 0 xx.xx.xx.xx 6046 /home/APP_NAME/public_html/affiliate-join.html a _ o r xxxx ftp 1 * cTue Mar 04 18:20:08 2008 0 xx.xx.xx.xx 6158 /home/APP_NAME/public_html/affiliate-join.php a _ o r xxxx ftp 1 * c

I have replaced the IP, application name with x.

I am guessing that *c means copy, but I don't want to make fool of myself when I confront them with this. Assuming that *c is copy what would be the command for delete?

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May 13, 2007

I am trying to install the kernel source.
I have downloaded kernel-2.6.20-1.2948.fc6.src.rpm
I am using fedora 6 64bit.
here are my current kernels:

kernel-headers-2.6.20-1.2948.fc6
kernel-devel-2.6.20-1.2944.fc6
yum-kernel-module-1.0.3-1.fc6
kernel-2.6.20-1.2944.fc6
kernel-devel-2.6.20-1.2948.fc6
kernel-2.6.20-1.2948.fc6


here is what I seen when I installed kernel-2.6.20-1.2948.fc6.src.rpm

rpm -ivh kernel-2.6.20-1.2948.fc6.src.rpm
1:kernel warning: user brewbuilder does not exist - using root
warning: group brewbuilder does not exist - using root
warning: user brewbuilder does not exist - using root
########################################### [100%]
warning: user brewbuilder does not exist - using root
warning: group brewbuilder does not exist - using root


then when I ran:
rpmbuild -bp --target=$(uname -m) /usr/src/redhat/SPECS/kernel-2.6.spec

I seen this error:
+ Arch=x86_64
+ make ARCH=x86_64 nonint_oldconfig
In file included from /usr/include/sys/socket.h:35,
from /usr/include/netinet/in.h:24,
from /usr/include/arpa/inet.h:23,
from scripts/basic/fixdep.c:117:
/usr/include/bits/socket.h:310:24: error: asm/socket.h: No such file or directory
make[1]: *** [scripts/basic/fixdep] Error 1
make: *** [scripts_basic] Error 2
error: Bad exit status from /var/tmp/rpm-tmp.93770 (%prep)


I need to have this installed to get a app installed etc...
suggestions or ideas?
thanks

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May 21, 2009

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chmod: changing permissions of `/tmp': Read-only file system

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Filesystem Size Used Avail Use% Mounted on
/dev/sda3 271G 135G 123G 53% /
/dev/sda1 99M 58M 36M 62% /boot
none 2.0G 0 2.0G 0% /dev/shm
/dev/sdb1 135G 80G 49G 63% /backup
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/tmp 4.9G 64M 4.5G 2% /var/tmp ....

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