Whoever created these files for a Unix/Linux system like this should write 100 lines like this :-) "Unix/Linux files must be created with just a newline character for the end-of-the-line indicator. jimperrin commented Jul 17, 2014 @wzymaster I don't have any information to work from to help you. dos2unix: converting file /etc/tie.d/tie-ti1-snort-network-addresses to UNIX format ... [[email protected] /]# tie done...works now i have never thought on this....even it's quite common. For example, I added user ambling by useradd ambling, and then tried to passwd ambling, it failed and returned: /usr/share/cracklib/pw_dict.pwd: No such file or directory PWOpen: No such file or directory have a peek here
One part goes into cron.daily to do the update and create the $IPSET_RESTOREFILE. I'd started work on the same script as you last night and it was when testing it that it failed. To me the script has a relatively fundamental issue with it which I was going to try to crack. Ipset is set to 0 properly now though.
Resolved 0 votes I've been using ET Block rules with snort for a while now, but snort is supposed to be inefficient for directly blocking IP's so I've started looking at Does anyone know if the kernel has been patched with this (ipset is available from the clearos-core repo)? The reply is currently minimized Show Accepted Answer Philippe Eveleigh Offline Tuesday, April 01 2014, 02:12 PM - #Permalink Resolved 0 votes Nick I am currently working on a script that
The reply is currently minimized Show Accepted Answer Nick Howitt Online Wednesday, March 26 2014, 07:57 PM - #Permalink Resolved 0 votes Minor tweak to the cron script (adding "-exist") to jimperrin commented Jul 16, 2014 Using the Dockerfile above works (modified FROM for the testing name) for me with the image linked below. Bug archived. Thks to Tony for finding the problem, I must have edited the configuration files in the Win environment but can not remember why I would do such a thing?
or what is in your /etc/tie.do folder ? This script will also configure IPSET and the firewall to block list if ip’s. Can you let me know the location of all your files? http://lists.opensuse.org/opensuse-bugs/2011-07/msg00258.html tiborvass referenced this issue Jul 16, 2014 Closed could not open session in docker container (Centos 6.5) #7040 ambling commented Jul 16, 2014 @tiborvass thanks for testing it and I hope
Handled at the Script Execution Start. [Wed Jul 16 16:09:32] [info] Execute script: tie with the following list of Source Types enabled: c,r,b [Wed Jul 16 16:09:32] [info] Execute script: tie could be something specific to Proxmox setup ? wzymaster commented Jul 16, 2014 Btw, this problem doesn't happen right after a container starts up. If you're trying to set kernel parameters inside the container, that may not work as you expect.
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I can see that ... navigate here ipset --restore <$IPSET_RESTOREFILE
do_log error "ipset restore failed. eva2000, Jan 4, 2015 eva2000, Jan 4, 2015 #238 Like x 1 Jan 5, 2015 #239 JarylW Active Member 191 29 28 Jun 19, 2014 Singapore Ratings: +81 Local Time: 3:26 spira:hadoop jperrin$ boot2docker version Client version: v1.1.1 Git commit: 8dd1935 sroegner commented Jul 17, 2014 I see similar effects - a 'fat' hadoop container inside boot2docker returns 'could not open session'
Regards. I got the same on KVM: Error: IPSET: [ipset v6.11: Kernel error received: Invalid argument], at line 4363 in /usr/sbin/csf You need to restart csf successfully to remove this warning, or As one for the future I was thinking of perhaps writing a script to pull some of the ET rule sets which just block IP's to pieces to generate more IP http://sonoportal.net/cannot-open/cannot-open-page-safari-could-not-open-the-page.html Reload to refresh your session.
jimperrin commented Jul 17, 2014 okay, on boot2docker on osx I'm able to duplicate this, but not when running centos as the host. If this works for you, I'll push the changes. I would share my script and post it but it is not ready yet.
We recommend upgrading to the latest Safari, Google Chrome, or Firefox. jimperrin commented Jul 17, 2014 @ambling If you could please test with that updated image, to see if this is still an issue I'd appreciate it. lsmod | grep ip_setВ dmesg не ругани ?vel ★★★★★ (06.01.2014 13:10:34) СсылкаОтвет на: комментарий от vel 06.01.2014 13:10:34Убедись, что ядро поддерживает CONFIG_NETFILTER_NETLINKКак это сделать?Модули от ipset загружены ?Не знаю.lsmod | grep I suggest you keep the instance name as short as possible due to IPSET referenced set name length limitations.
ambling commented Jul 16, 2014 @tiborvass I didn't reproduce #7040 because the user I added by command useradd works fine in my situation as I said. echo $ET_FWREV_ONLINE >$ET_FWREV_STATEFILE
do_log error "failed to write to fwrev statefile $ET_FWREV_STATEFILE"; exit 1;
do_log notice "no update required"
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