Joao Figueiredo

London, United Kingdom

Mar
25
comment CATALINA_OPTS vs JAVA_OPTS - What is the difference?
It's also useful to think of them as "do I need something for tomcat startup" or "do I need something for every JVM". Let's say we are trying to setup JMX monitoring on a distributed environment and we're behind a firewall - we'll need two RMI ports thus to set up Djava.rmi.server as a startup arg. Would we do this as a JAVA_OPT a shutdown fires a new JVM which tries to listen on JMX ports, can't grab it as tomcat already has it listening and the JVM will stop with an error about it being already in use - not what we want is it ?
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awarded Notable Question
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awarded Popular Question
Nov
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awarded Enlightened
Nov
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awarded Nice Answer
Nov
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awarded Popular Question
Jul
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accepted C++ library for log parsing
Jun
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comment Error while zabbix installation
Don't lose hope. You never mentioned your distro.. If don't have a clue where some file is located into your file structure, you can just updatedb (needs root privileges) locate 'path_you_are_looking_for' for instance, locate zabbix-server-mysql-2 will point you to where the create dir is.
Jun
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answered Error while zabbix installation
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awarded Notable Question
Jan
25
comment starfish or splunk
I'm sorry if I misled you, I meant it has an opensource friendly policy, it opensources part of their projects, github.com/splunk You can also find a growing list of supported addons in, splunk-base.splunk.com/apps
Jan
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revised starfish or splunk
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Jan
25
answered starfish or splunk
Dec
18
comment Monitoring tool which does not average data over time
Any specific question, feel free to ask.
Dec
17
answered Monitoring tool which does not average data over time
Nov
23
comment What's the syntax and prerequisite for --password-file option in rsync?
"What's the syntax and prerequisite for --password-file option" is answered bellow. However, considering you added that "most of my clients may not have rsyncd.conf file or rsyncd.secrets", I'm afraid you won't be able to use that rsync option. Like I said, if you don't have permission to edit any remote files, your sole option is to use expect.
Nov
22
comment What's the syntax and prerequisite for --password-file option in rsync?
sachitad, wasn't the answer fit to your question? if so please accept it.
Nov
22
comment What's the syntax and prerequisite for --password-file option in rsync?
If your hands are tied editing the clients files then your best chance is using expect. Maybe this code sample will point you in the right direction: stackoverflow.com/questions/10207486/…
Nov
22
comment What's the syntax and prerequisite for --password-file option in rsync?
They are nothing more than directories, allowing you to customize permissions and tightening security. Did you read the link I mentioned? You can greatly increase your rsync with some select readings. Another one: linuxjournal.com/article/6508
Nov
22
answered What's the syntax and prerequisite for --password-file option in rsync?
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