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  • Creating an Apache Virtual Directory, but updating Active Directory DNS

    - by SnoConeGod
    Hello all, I'm just getting started with using the Zend Framework and am following a recommended procedure where I am supposed to create an Apache Virtual Directory for the public-facing portion of a new Zend project. I don't THINK I had any issues creating the Virtual Directory, but my knowledge of the required DNS changes is rather lacking. The dev server I'm using is on a Microsoft Windows Active Directory domain, so I've added A records for both the server name and the subdomain. Still, trying to browse to the site from a Windows 7 PC isn't working properly. What am I missing? What's the proper set of steps for getting an Apache-served subdomain to appear properly in a peer computer's web browser? Details below: server: Debian command-line only, freshly installed today with Zend Server CE LAMP stack server name: ZENDEV subdomain: SQUARE.ZENDEV AD Domain functional level: 2008 mixed (run by a mishmash of 03 and 08 servers) attempting to visit the sites: http://square.zendev and http://square.zendev.domain.local (name of domain redacted, but using the local (not com) suffix) Apache Virtual Directory added to httpd.conf: NameVirtualHost *:80 <VirtualHost *:80> DocumentRoot "/var/www/square/public" ServerName square.localhost </VirtualHost> Is this only a problem with DNS? Or with DNS and my Virtual Directory? Thanks! John

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  • Can't join OS X Mavericks to AD Domain

    - by watkipet
    I'm attempting to join an OS X Mavericks (10.9) client to a Windows Server 2008 Active Directory domain, however the bind fails with this error in the OS X client's system.log: Oct 24 15:03:15 host.domain.com com.apple.preferences.users.remoteservice[5547]: -[ODCAddServerSheetController handleOtherActionError: gotError: Error Domain=com.apple.OpenDirectory Code=5202 "Authentication server encountered an error while attempting the requested operation." UserInfo=0x7f9e6cb3e180 {NSLocalizedDescription=Authentication server encountered an error while attempting the requested operation., NSLocalizedFailureReason=Authentication server encountered an error while attempting the requested operation.}, Authentication server encountered an error while attempting the requested operation. I've joined (bound) Ubuntu Linux clients to the same domain with net ads join in the past with no problems (using the same administrative user). I don't have access to any server logs. Here's the GUI error (from Directory Utility) on the OS X client: Here's the GUI error (from User's and Groups) in System Preferences on the OS X client: Update After some Wiresharking I've got some more info: OS X Client - KDC (over UDP): AS_REQ (no padata) OS X Client <- KDC (over UDP): KRB5KDC_ERR_PREAUTH_REQUIRED OS X Client - KDC (over UDP): AS_REQ (this time with PA-ENC-TIMESTAMP in padata) OS X Client <- KDC (over UDP): KRB5KDC_ERR_RESPONSE_TOO_BIG OS X Client - KDC (over TCP): AS_REQ (also with PA-ENC-TIMESTAMP in padata) OS X Client <- KDC (over TCP): KDC_ERR_ETYPE_NOSUPP ...and that's it. This is what I think is going on: The OS X client sends a kerberos request. The KDC says, "You need to pre-authenticate. Try again" The OS X client tries to pre-authenticate (all this so far is over UDP) Something gets lost on our network and the KDC says, "Oops something went wrong" The OS X client switches to TCP and tries again. Over TCP, the KDC says, "You're using an encryption type I don't support" Note that in its padata records, the OS X client is always using "aes256-cts-hmac-sha1-96" as its encryption type. However, in its KDC_REQ_BODY record it lists the aes256-cts-hmac-sha1-96, aes128-cts-hmac-sha1-96, des3-cbc-sha1, and rc4-hmac encryption types. When the KDC comes back with KDC_ERR_ETYPE_NOSUPP, it uses rc4-hmac as its encryption type in its padata record. I know next to nothing about Kerberos, but it seems to me that the OS X client should go ahead and try the rc4-hmac encryption type. However, it does nothing after this. Update 2 Here's the debug log from Directory Services on the OS X client. Sorry--it's long. 2013-10-25 14:19:13.219128 PDT - 10544.20463 - ODNodeCustomCall request, NodeID: 52A65FAE-4B24-455D-86EC-2199A780D234, Code: 80 2013-10-25 14:19:13.220409 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - client requested OU - 'CN=Computers,DC=domain,DC=com' 2013-10-25 14:19:13.220427 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - Binding using '[email protected]' for kerberos ID 2013-10-25 14:19:13.220571 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - new kerberos credential cache 'MEMORY:0x7fa713635470' for '[email protected]' 2013-10-25 14:19:13.220623 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - krb5_credential - krb5_get_init_creds: loop 1 2013-10-25 14:19:13.220639 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - krb5_credential - KDC send 0 patypes 2013-10-25 14:19:13.220653 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - krb5_credential - fast disabled, not doing any fast wrapping 2013-10-25 14:19:13.220699 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - krb5_credential - Trying to find service kdc for realm DOMAIN.COM flags 0 2013-10-25 14:19:13.221275 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - krb5_credential - submissing new requests to new host 2013-10-25 14:19:13.221326 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - krb5_credential - connecting to host: udp 192.168.0.1:kerberos (192.168.0.1) tid: 00000001 2013-10-25 14:19:13.221373 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - krb5_credential - writing packet: udp 192.168.0.1:kerberos (192.168.0.1) tid: 00000001 2013-10-25 14:19:13.222588 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - krb5_credential - reading packet: udp 192.168.0.1:kerberos (192.168.0.1) tid: 00000001 2013-10-25 14:19:13.222617 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - krb5_credential - host completed: udp 192.168.0.1:kerberos (192.168.0.1) tid: 00000001 2013-10-25 14:19:13.222665 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - krb5_credential - krb5_sendto_context DOMAIN.COM done: 0 hosts 1 packets 1 wc: 0.001960 nr: 0.000000 kh: 0.000560 tid: 00000001 2013-10-25 14:19:13.222705 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - krb5_credential - krb5_get_init_creds: loop 2 2013-10-25 14:19:13.222737 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - krb5_credential - krb5_get_init_creds: processing input 2013-10-25 14:19:13.222752 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - krb5_credential - krb5_get_init_creds: got an KRB-ERROR from KDC 2013-10-25 14:19:13.222775 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - krb5_credential - krb5_get_init_creds: KRB-ERROR -1765328359/Additional pre-authentication required 2013-10-25 14:19:13.222791 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - krb5_credential - KDC send 4 patypes 2013-10-25 14:19:13.222800 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - krb5_credential - KDC send PA-DATA type: 19 2013-10-25 14:19:13.222808 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - krb5_credential - KDC send PA-DATA type: 2 2013-10-25 14:19:13.222816 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - krb5_credential - KDC send PA-DATA type: 16 2013-10-25 14:19:13.222825 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - krb5_credential - KDC send PA-DATA type: 15 2013-10-25 14:19:13.222840 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - krb5_credential - krb5_get_init_creds: using ENC-TS with enctype 18 2013-10-25 14:19:13.222850 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - krb5_credential - krb5_get_init_creds: using default_s2k_func 2013-10-25 14:19:13.227443 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - krb5_credential - fast disabled, not doing any fast wrapping 2013-10-25 14:19:13.227502 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - krb5_credential - Trying to find service kdc for realm DOMAIN.COM flags 0 2013-10-25 14:19:13.228233 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - krb5_credential - submissing new requests to new host 2013-10-25 14:19:13.228320 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - krb5_credential - connecting to host: udp 192.168.0.1:kerberos (192.168.0.1) tid: 00010001 2013-10-25 14:19:13.228374 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - krb5_credential - writing packet: udp 192.168.0.1:kerberos (192.168.0.1) tid: 00010001 2013-10-25 14:19:13.229930 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - krb5_credential - reading packet: udp 192.168.0.1:kerberos (192.168.0.1) tid: 00010001 2013-10-25 14:19:13.229957 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - krb5_credential - host completed: udp 192.168.0.1:kerberos (192.168.0.1) tid: 00010001 2013-10-25 14:19:13.229975 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - krb5_credential - krb5_sendto trying over again (reset): 0 2013-10-25 14:19:13.230023 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - krb5_credential - Trying to find service kdc for realm DOMAIN.COM flags 2 2013-10-25 14:19:13.230664 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - krb5_credential - submissing new requests to new host 2013-10-25 14:19:13.230726 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - krb5_credential - connecting to host: tcp 192.168.0.1:kerberos (192.168.0.1) tid: 00010002 2013-10-25 14:19:13.230818 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - krb5_credential - connecting to 11: tcp 192.168.0.1:kerberos (192.168.0.1) tid: 00010002 2013-10-25 14:19:13.231101 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - krb5_credential - writing packet: tcp 192.168.0.1:kerberos (192.168.0.1) tid: 00010002 2013-10-25 14:19:13.232743 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - krb5_credential - reading packet: tcp 192.168.0.1:kerberos (192.168.0.1) tid: 00010002 2013-10-25 14:19:13.232777 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - krb5_credential - host completed: tcp 192.168.0.1:kerberos (192.168.0.1) tid: 00010002 2013-10-25 14:19:13.232798 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - krb5_credential - krb5_sendto_context DOMAIN.COM done: 0 hosts 2 packets 2 wc: 0.005316 nr: 0.000000 kh: 0.001339 tid: 00010002 2013-10-25 14:19:13.232856 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - krb5_credential - krb5_get_init_creds: loop 3 2013-10-25 14:19:13.232868 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - krb5_credential - krb5_get_init_creds: processing input 2013-10-25 14:19:13.232900 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - krb5_credential - krb5_get_init_creds: using keyproc 2013-10-25 14:19:13.232910 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - krb5_credential - krb5_get_init_creds: using default_s2k_func 2013-10-25 14:19:13.236487 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - krb5_credential - krb5_get_init_creds: extracting ticket 2013-10-25 14:19:13.236557 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - krb5_credential - krb5_get_init_creds: wc: 0.015944 2013-10-25 14:19:13.237022 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - krb5_credential - Trying to find service kdc for realm DOMAIN.COM flags 2 2013-10-25 14:19:13.237444 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - krb5_credential - submissing new requests to new host 2013-10-25 14:19:13.237482 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - krb5_credential - connecting to host: tcp 192.168.0.1:kerberos (192.168.0.1) tid: 00020001 2013-10-25 14:19:13.237551 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - krb5_credential - connecting to 11: tcp 192.168.0.1:kerberos (192.168.0.1) tid: 00020001 2013-10-25 14:19:13.237900 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - krb5_credential - writing packet: tcp 192.168.0.1:kerberos (192.168.0.1) tid: 00020001 2013-10-25 14:19:13.238616 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - krb5_credential - reading packet: tcp 192.168.0.1:kerberos (192.168.0.1) tid: 00020001 2013-10-25 14:19:13.238645 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - krb5_credential - host completed: tcp 192.168.0.1:kerberos (192.168.0.1) tid: 00020001 2013-10-25 14:19:13.238674 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - krb5_credential - krb5_sendto_context DOMAIN.COM done: 0 hosts 1 packets 1 wc: 0.001656 nr: 0.000000 kh: 0.000409 tid: 00020001 2013-10-25 14:19:13.238839 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - krb5_credential - Trying to find service kdc for realm DOMAIN.COM flags 2 2013-10-25 14:19:13.239302 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - krb5_credential - submissing new requests to new host 2013-10-25 14:19:13.239360 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - krb5_credential - connecting to host: tcp 192.168.0.1:kerberos (192.168.0.1) tid: 00030001 2013-10-25 14:19:13.239429 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - krb5_credential - connecting to 11: tcp 192.168.0.1:kerberos (192.168.0.1) tid: 00030001 2013-10-25 14:19:13.239683 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - krb5_credential - writing packet: tcp 192.168.0.1:kerberos (192.168.0.1) tid: 00030001 2013-10-25 14:19:13.240350 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - krb5_credential - reading packet: tcp 192.168.0.1:kerberos (192.168.0.1) tid: 00030001 2013-10-25 14:19:13.240387 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - krb5_credential - host completed: tcp 192.168.0.1:kerberos (192.168.0.1) tid: 00030001 2013-10-25 14:19:13.240415 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - krb5_credential - krb5_sendto_context DOMAIN.COM done: 0 hosts 1 packets 1 wc: 0.001578 nr: 0.000000 kh: 0.000445 tid: 00030001 2013-10-25 14:19:13.240514 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - krb5_credential - krb5_get_credentials_with_flags: DOMAIN.COM wc: 0.003615 2013-10-25 14:19:13.240537 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - valid credentials for [email protected] 2013-10-25 14:19:13.240541 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - switching to cache 'MEMORY:0x7fa713635470' 2013-10-25 14:19:13.240545 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - switching GSS to cache 'MEMORY:0x7fa713635470 2013-10-25 14:19:13.240555 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - Bind Step 5 - Bind/Join computer to domain - 'domain.com' 2013-10-25 14:19:13.241345 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - resolving 'server.domain.com' 2013-10-25 14:19:13.241646 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - added socket 12 for host 'server.domain.com:389' address '192.168.0.2' to kqueue list 2013-10-25 14:19:13.241930 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - Setting kerberos server for 'Kerberos:DOMAIN.COM' to 'server.domain.com' 2013-10-25 14:19:13.241962 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - switching to cache 'MEMORY:0x7fa713635470' 2013-10-25 14:19:13.241969 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - switching GSS to cache 'MEMORY:0x7fa713635470 2013-10-25 14:19:13.242231 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - GSSAPI allow Confidentiality 2013-10-25 14:19:13.242234 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - setting realm 'DOMAIN.COM' for node '/Active Directory/domain.com' 2013-10-25 14:19:13.242239 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - GSSAPI allow Integrity (signing) 2013-10-25 14:19:13.242274 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - GSSAPI using hostname 'server.domain.com' 2013-10-25 14:19:13.242282 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - GSSAPI using initiator credential '[email protected]' 2013-10-25 14:19:13.250771 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - Authenticate to LDAP using Kerberos credential - 0 2013-10-25 14:19:13.250784 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - verified connectivity to '192.168.0.2' with socket 12 2013-10-25 14:19:13.251513 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - locating site using domain domain.com using CLDAP 2013-10-25 14:19:13.252145 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - using site of 'DOMAINGROUP' from CLDAP 2013-10-25 14:19:13.253626 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - resolving 'server2.domain.com' 2013-10-25 14:19:13.253933 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - added socket 13 for host 'server2.domain.com:389' address '192.168.0.1' to kqueue list 2013-10-25 14:19:13.254428 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - Setting kerberos server for 'Kerberos:DOMAIN.COM' to 'server2.domain.com' 2013-10-25 14:19:13.254462 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - switching to cache 'MEMORY:0x7fa713635470' 2013-10-25 14:19:13.254468 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - switching GSS to cache 'MEMORY:0x7fa713635470 2013-10-25 14:19:13.254617 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - setting realm 'DOMAIN.COM' for node '/Active Directory/domain.com' 2013-10-25 14:19:13.254661 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - GSSAPI allow Confidentiality 2013-10-25 14:19:13.254670 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - GSSAPI allow Integrity (signing) 2013-10-25 14:19:13.254689 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - GSSAPI using hostname 'server2.domain.com' 2013-10-25 14:19:13.254695 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - GSSAPI using initiator credential '[email protected]' 2013-10-25 14:19:13.262092 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - Authenticate to LDAP using Kerberos credential - 0 2013-10-25 14:19:13.262108 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - verified connectivity to '192.168.0.1' with socket 13 2013-10-25 14:19:13.262982 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - Computer account either already exists or DC is already Read/Write 2013-10-25 14:19:13.264968 PDT - 10544.20463, Node: /Active Directory, Module: ActiveDirectory - Adding record 'cn=spike,CN=Computers,DC=domain,DC=com' in 'domain.com' The failure point seems to be Computer account either already exists or DC is already Read/Write, however, I can search for 'spike' on the Active Directory server using Active Directory Explorer and it's not there. If I do the same search for the Linux and Windows PCs I added previously, I can find them.

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  • How to build the Darling projrct on Ubuntu 13.10?

    - by mirror27
    The Darling project is an open source Darwin/OS X emulation layer for Linux. I downloaded the source code with git and tried to build it with cmake but it failed. The document says I need these packages: clang 3.1+ GCC 4.6+ (yes, you still need GCC for header files) libkqueue libbsd gnustep-base ("Foundation") gnustep-gui ("Cocoa") gnustep-corebase ("CoreFoundation") libobjc2 libudev openssl libasound libav libgc but I could not find them on apt or in software center. Also cmake showed this result: No build type selected, default to Debug This is a 64-bit build Building ObjC ABI 2 You have called ADD_LIBRARY for library Carbon without any source files. This typically indicates a problem with your CMakeLists.txt file You have called ADD_LIBRARY for library AppKit without any source files. This typically indicates a problem with your CMakeLists.txt file You have called ADD_LIBRARY for library auto without any source files. This typically indicates a problem with your CMakeLists.txt file CMake Error: The following variables are used in this project, but they are set to NOTFOUND. Please set them or make sure they are set and tested correctly in the CMake files: LIBGNUSTEPCOREBASE_INCLUDE_DIR used as include directory in directory /home/mirror/work/darling/darling/src/motool used as include directory in directory /home/mirror/work/darling/darling/src/util used as include directory in directory /home/mirror/work/darling/darling/src/libmach-o used as include directory in directory /home/mirror/work/darling/darling/src/libdyld used as include directory in directory /home/mirror/work/darling/darling/src/dyld used as include directory in directory /home/mirror/work/darling/darling/src/dyld used as include directory in directory /home/mirror/work/darling/darling/src/libSystem used as include directory in directory /home/mirror/work/darling/darling/src/libltdl used as include directory in directory /home/mirror/work/darling/darling/src/Cocoa used as include directory in directory /home/mirror/work/darling/darling/src/libobjcdarwin used as include directory in directory /home/mirror/work/darling/darling/src/CoreFoundation used as include directory in directory /home/mirror/work/darling/darling/src/libncurses used as include directory in directory /home/mirror/work/darling/darling/src/CoreSecurity used as include directory in directory /home/mirror/work/darling/darling/src/CoreServices used as include directory in directory /home/mirror/work/darling/darling/src/ExceptionHandling used as include directory in directory /home/mirror/work/darling/darling/src/IOKit used as include directory in directory /home/mirror/work/darling/darling/src/Foundation used as include directory in directory /home/mirror/work/darling/darling/src/Carbon used as include directory in directory /home/mirror/work/darling/darling/src/CoreVideo used as include directory in directory /home/mirror/work/darling/darling/src/OpenGL used as include directory in directory /home/mirror/work/darling/darling/src/thin used as include directory in directory /home/mirror/work/darling/darling/src/thin used as include directory in directory /home/mirror/work/darling/darling/src/libstdc++darwin LIBKQUEUE_INCLUDE_DIR used as include directory in directory /home/mirror/work/darling/darling/src/motool used as include directory in directory /home/mirror/work/darling/darling/src/util used as include directory in directory /home/mirror/work/darling/darling/src/libmach-o used as include directory in directory /home/mirror/work/darling/darling/src/libdyld used as include directory in directory /home/mirror/work/darling/darling/src/dyld used as include directory in directory /home/mirror/work/darling/darling/src/dyld used as include directory in directory /home/mirror/work/darling/darling/src/libSystem used as include directory in directory /home/mirror/work/darling/darling/src/libltdl used as include directory in directory /home/mirror/work/darling/darling/src/Cocoa used as include directory in directory /home/mirror/work/darling/darling/src/libobjcdarwin used as include directory in directory /home/mirror/work/darling/darling/src/CoreFoundation used as include directory in directory /home/mirror/work/darling/darling/src/libncurses used as include directory in directory /home/mirror/work/darling/darling/src/CoreSecurity used as include directory in directory /home/mirror/work/darling/darling/src/CoreServices used as include directory in directory /home/mirror/work/darling/darling/src/ExceptionHandling used as include directory in directory /home/mirror/work/darling/darling/src/IOKit used as include directory in directory /home/mirror/work/darling/darling/src/Foundation used as include directory in directory /home/mirror/work/darling/darling/src/Carbon used as include directory in directory /home/mirror/work/darling/darling/src/CoreVideo used as include directory in directory /home/mirror/work/darling/darling/src/OpenGL used as include directory in directory 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directory /home/mirror/work/darling/darling/src/thin used as include directory in directory /home/mirror/work/darling/darling/src/thin used as include directory in directory /home/mirror/work/darling/darling/src/libstdc++darwin Configuring incomplete, errors occurred! How can I build the Darling project?

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  • Exadata???DiskGroup

    - by Liu Maclean(???)
    Exadata???Asm Diskgroup ???????: 1.??dcli -g /home/oracle/cell_group -l root cellcli -e list griddisk ????active?griddisk [[email protected] ~]# dcli -g /home/oracle/cell_group -l root cellcli -e list griddisk dm01cel01: DATA_DM01_CD_00_dm01cel01 active dm01cel01: DATA_DM01_CD_01_dm01cel01 active dm01cel01: DATA_DM01_CD_02_dm01cel01 active dm01cel01: DATA_DM01_CD_03_dm01cel01 active dm01cel01: DATA_DM01_CD_04_dm01cel01 active dm01cel01: DATA_DM01_CD_05_dm01cel01 active dm01cel01: DATA_DM01_CD_06_dm01cel01 active dm01cel01: DATA_DM01_CD_07_dm01cel01 active dm01cel01: DATA_DM01_CD_08_dm01cel01 active dm01cel01: DATA_DM01_CD_09_dm01cel01 active dm01cel01: DATA_DM01_CD_10_dm01cel01 active dm01cel01: DATA_DM01_CD_11_dm01cel01 active dm01cel01: DBFS_DG_CD_02_dm01cel01 active dm01cel01: DBFS_DG_CD_03_dm01cel01 active dm01cel01: DBFS_DG_CD_04_dm01cel01 active dm01cel01: DBFS_DG_CD_05_dm01cel01 active dm01cel01: DBFS_DG_CD_06_dm01cel01 active dm01cel01: DBFS_DG_CD_07_dm01cel01 active dm01cel01: DBFS_DG_CD_08_dm01cel01 active dm01cel01: DBFS_DG_CD_09_dm01cel01 active dm01cel01: DBFS_DG_CD_10_dm01cel01 active dm01cel01: DBFS_DG_CD_11_dm01cel01 active dm01cel01: RECO_DM01_CD_00_dm01cel01 active dm01cel01: RECO_DM01_CD_01_dm01cel01 active dm01cel01: RECO_DM01_CD_02_dm01cel01 active dm01cel01: RECO_DM01_CD_03_dm01cel01 active dm01cel01: RECO_DM01_CD_04_dm01cel01 active dm01cel01: RECO_DM01_CD_05_dm01cel01 active dm01cel01: RECO_DM01_CD_06_dm01cel01 active dm01cel01: RECO_DM01_CD_07_dm01cel01 active dm01cel01: RECO_DM01_CD_08_dm01cel01 active dm01cel01: RECO_DM01_CD_09_dm01cel01 active dm01cel01: RECO_DM01_CD_10_dm01cel01 active dm01cel01: RECO_DM01_CD_11_dm01cel01 active dm01cel02: DATA_DM01_CD_00_dm01cel02 active dm01cel02: DATA_DM01_CD_01_dm01cel02 active dm01cel02: DATA_DM01_CD_02_dm01cel02 active dm01cel02: DATA_DM01_CD_03_dm01cel02 active dm01cel02: DATA_DM01_CD_04_dm01cel02 active dm01cel02: DATA_DM01_CD_05_dm01cel02 active dm01cel02: DATA_DM01_CD_06_dm01cel02 active dm01cel02: DATA_DM01_CD_07_dm01cel02 active dm01cel02: DATA_DM01_CD_08_dm01cel02 active dm01cel02: DATA_DM01_CD_09_dm01cel02 active dm01cel02: DATA_DM01_CD_10_dm01cel02 active dm01cel02: DATA_DM01_CD_11_dm01cel02 active dm01cel02: DBFS_DG_CD_02_dm01cel02 active dm01cel02: DBFS_DG_CD_03_dm01cel02 active dm01cel02: DBFS_DG_CD_04_dm01cel02 active dm01cel02: DBFS_DG_CD_05_dm01cel02 active dm01cel02: DBFS_DG_CD_06_dm01cel02 active dm01cel02: DBFS_DG_CD_07_dm01cel02 active dm01cel02: DBFS_DG_CD_08_dm01cel02 active dm01cel02: DBFS_DG_CD_09_dm01cel02 active dm01cel02: DBFS_DG_CD_10_dm01cel02 active dm01cel02: DBFS_DG_CD_11_dm01cel02 active dm01cel02: RECO_DM01_CD_00_dm01cel02 active dm01cel02: RECO_DM01_CD_01_dm01cel02 active dm01cel02: RECO_DM01_CD_02_dm01cel02 active dm01cel02: RECO_DM01_CD_03_dm01cel02 active dm01cel02: RECO_DM01_CD_04_dm01cel02 active dm01cel02: RECO_DM01_CD_05_dm01cel02 active dm01cel02: RECO_DM01_CD_06_dm01cel02 active dm01cel02: RECO_DM01_CD_07_dm01cel02 active dm01cel02: RECO_DM01_CD_08_dm01cel02 active dm01cel02: RECO_DM01_CD_09_dm01cel02 active dm01cel02: RECO_DM01_CD_10_dm01cel02 active dm01cel02: RECO_DM01_CD_11_dm01cel02 active dm01cel03: DATA_DM01_CD_00_dm01cel03 active dm01cel03: DATA_DM01_CD_01_dm01cel03 active dm01cel03: DATA_DM01_CD_02_dm01cel03 active dm01cel03: DATA_DM01_CD_03_dm01cel03 active dm01cel03: DATA_DM01_CD_04_dm01cel03 active dm01cel03: DATA_DM01_CD_05_dm01cel03 active dm01cel03: DATA_DM01_CD_06_dm01cel03 active dm01cel03: DATA_DM01_CD_07_dm01cel03 active dm01cel03: DATA_DM01_CD_08_dm01cel03 active dm01cel03: DATA_DM01_CD_09_dm01cel03 active dm01cel03: DATA_DM01_CD_10_dm01cel03 active dm01cel03: DATA_DM01_CD_11_dm01cel03 active dm01cel03: DBFS_DG_CD_02_dm01cel03 active dm01cel03: DBFS_DG_CD_03_dm01cel03 active dm01cel03: DBFS_DG_CD_04_dm01cel03 active dm01cel03: DBFS_DG_CD_05_dm01cel03 active dm01cel03: DBFS_DG_CD_06_dm01cel03 active dm01cel03: DBFS_DG_CD_07_dm01cel03 active dm01cel03: DBFS_DG_CD_08_dm01cel03 active dm01cel03: DBFS_DG_CD_09_dm01cel03 active dm01cel03: DBFS_DG_CD_10_dm01cel03 active dm01cel03: DBFS_DG_CD_11_dm01cel03 active dm01cel03: RECO_DM01_CD_00_dm01cel03 active dm01cel03: RECO_DM01_CD_01_dm01cel03 active dm01cel03: RECO_DM01_CD_02_dm01cel03 active dm01cel03: RECO_DM01_CD_03_dm01cel03 active dm01cel03: RECO_DM01_CD_04_dm01cel03 active dm01cel03: RECO_DM01_CD_05_dm01cel03 active dm01cel03: RECO_DM01_CD_06_dm01cel03 active dm01cel03: RECO_DM01_CD_07_dm01cel03 active dm01cel03: RECO_DM01_CD_08_dm01cel03 active dm01cel03: RECO_DM01_CD_09_dm01cel03 active dm01cel03: RECO_DM01_CD_10_dm01cel03 active dm01cel03: RECO_DM01_CD_11_dm01cel03 active ??????????griddisk, ?????’cellcli -e drop griddisk’ ?’cellcli -e create griddisk’????griddisk ,??????drop DBFS_DG???griddisk 2.??ASM???create disk group ?????CELL?IP,????????????? [[email protected] ~]# cat /etc/oracle/cell/network-config/cellip.ora cell="192.168.64.131" cell="192.168.64.132" cell="192.168.64.133" SQL> create diskgroup DATA_MAC normal redundancy 2 DISK 3 'o/192.168.64.131/RECO_DM01_CD_*_dm01cel01' 4 ,'o/192.168.64.132/RECO_DM01_CD_*_dm01cel02' 5 ,'o/192.168.64.133/RECO_DM01_CD_*_dm01cel03' 6 attribute 7 'AU_SIZE'='4M', 8 'CELL.SMART_SCAN_CAPABLE'='TRUE', 9 'compatible.rdbms'='11.2.0.2', 10 'compatible.asm'='11.2.0.2' 11 / 3. MOUNT ???DISKGROUP ALTER DISKGROUP DATA_MAC mount ; 4.???crsctl start/stop resource ora.DATA_MAC.dg ?????

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  • How to Print or Save a Directory Listing to a File

    - by Lori Kaufman
    Printing a directory listing is something you may not do often, but when you need to print a listing of a directory with a lot of files in it, you would rather not manually type the filenames. You may want to print a directory listing of your videos, music, ebooks, or other media. Or, someone at work may ask you for a list of test case files you have created for the software you’re developing, or a list of chapter files for the user guide, etc. If the list of files is small, writing it down or manually typing it out is not a problem. However, if you have a lot of files, automatically creating a directory listing would get the task done quickly and easily. This article shows you how to write a directory listing to a file using the command line and how to use a free tool to print or save a directory listing in Windows Explorer. Amazon’s New Kindle Fire Tablet: the How-To Geek Review HTG Explains: How Hackers Take Over Web Sites with SQL Injection / DDoS Use Your Android Phone to Comparison Shop: 4 Scanner Apps Reviewed

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  • How to Automatically Create Home Directory for Active Directory User on Solaris (using PowerBroker)

    - by neildeadman
    I have a number of existing users in Active Directory that need a home directory created. They don't log directly in to Solaris but into a service running on that box. If I login as them their home directory gets created and then they can login. This is the same for new users too! As there are a lot of users, I need a way to automate this so new users and existing users have it created automatically. Is this possible??

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  • Cannot read/write FTP directory vsftpd on centos 6.0 (empty folder)

    - by adrianTNT
    I have Centos 6.0 and installed vsftp with YUM, I added a user with Webmin panel, set its home dir to "/var/www/html" and its shell to "/bin/sh", user id is 500, user group is same as name: "adrian_ftp". When I start a ftp program it logs in but the remote folder always shows empty. I set directory owner and group to adrian_ftp:adrian_ftp , no change, I also made them 0777, no change. Any ideas? I tried for over 3-4 hours :|

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  • explain how to navigate the directory in the terminal & translate directory info

    - by user74713
    I am following the directions @ enter link description here; however, I am still confused about a few things. I'm new & need a bit extra direction so stick with me! ;-) The following is the script from my terminal: [email protected]:~$ ls Desktop examples.desktop install-tl-unx.tar.gz Pictures Templates Documents install-pkgs.log libnautilus-gksu.so Projects Videos Documents install-pkgs.log libnautilus-gksu.so Projects Videos [email protected]:~$ cd/ bash: cd/: No such file or directory How do I tell what is in which directory & how do I navigate the directory. I know I must be leaving out something simple. Thanx! Chris

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  • GoldenGate 12c - MySQL Active-Active Replication Setup

    - by Jinyu Wang-Oracle
    Active-active  (also called Master-Master or Bi-Directional) replication captures data changes from two or more systems and replicat the changes to synchronize the data.  Active-Active replication is often needed for high availability, load balancing and scaling out purposes.   Oracle GoldenGate is known to be one of the first and the best replication tool handling active-active replications. As of Oracle GoldenGate 12c, it provides (Refer to Oracle GoldenGate 12.1.2 Documentation - Configuring Oracle GoldenGate for Active-Active High Availability for more information) the followings: Robust loop-back prevention Comprehensive conflict resolution and detection support Heterogeneous support across different database versions and operation systems.  Oracle GoldenGate supports active-active configurations for DB2 on z/OS, LUW, and IBM i, MySQL, Oracle, SQL/MX,SQL Server, Sybase, and Teradata. However, the setup is different from database to database. In this example, I will show you how to setup an active-active data replication between two MySQL database instances. The example setup below is to have active-active replication between MySQL 5.5 and MySQL 5.6 instances and is shown as follows: MySQL 5.5 (Manager Port: 15105)  Extract EXTRACT demoex01 SETENV (MYSQL_UNIX_PORT='/home/oracle/software/mysql_5.5.38/data/mysql.sock') DBOPTIONS CONNECTIONPORT 3305 DBOPTIONS HOST oraclelinux6.localdomain SOURCEDB test USERID root, PASSWORD mysql EXTTRAIL ./dirdat/extract/de TRANLOGOPTIONS ALTLOGDEST "/home/oracle/software/mysql_5.5.38/data/binlog/bin-log.index" FILTERTABLE test.checkpoint_tbl REPORTROLLOVER AT 05:30 ON saturday TABLE test.TCUSTMER; TABLE test.TCUSTORD; Pump EXTRACT demopm01 RMTHOST localhost, MGRPORT 15106, COMPRESS, TIMEOUT 30 RMTTRAIL ./dirdat/replicat/ps PASSTHRU TABLE test.TCUSTMER; TABLE test.TCUSTORD; Replicat replicat demorp01 setenv (MYSQL_UNIX_PORT='/home/oracle/software/mysql_5.5.38/data/mysql.sock') dboptions host oraclelinux6.localdomain, connectionport 3305 targetdb test, userid root, password mysql sourcedefs ./dirdat/replicat/democust.def discardfile ./dirrpt/demprp01.dsc, purge REPERROR (DEFAULT, ABEND) REPERROR(1062, IGNORE) map test.TCUSTMER, target test.TCUSTMER,colmap(usedefaults, region_code="region code"); map test.TCUSTORD, target test.TCUSTORD; MySQL 5.6 (Manager Port: 15106) Replicat replicat demorp01 setenv (MYSQL_UNIX_PORT='/home/oracle/software/mysql_5.6.19/data/mysql.sock') dboptions host oraclelinux6.localdomain, connectionport 3306 targetdb test, userid root, password mysql --assumetargetdefs sourcedefs ./dirdat/replicat/democust.def discardfile ./dirrpt/demprp01.dsc, purge map test.TCUSTMER, target test.TCUSTMER, colmap(usedefaults, "region code"=region_code); map test.TCUSTORD, target test.TCUSTORD; Extract EXTRACT demoex01 SETENV (MYSQL_UNIX_PORT='/home/oracle/software/mysql_5.6.19/data/mysql.sock') DBOPTIONS CONNECTIONPORT 3306 DBOPTIONS HOST oraclelinux6.localdomain SOURCEDB test USERID root, USERID mysql EXTTRAIL ./dirdat/extract/de TRANLOGOPTIONS ALTLOGDEST "/usr/local/mysql56/data/binlog/bin-log.index" FILTERTABLE test.checkpoint_tbl TABLE test.TCUSTMER; TABLE test.TCUSTORD; Pump EXTRACT demopm01 RMTHOST localhost, MGRPORT 15105, COMPRESS, TIMEOUT 30 RMTTRAIL ./dirdat/replicat/ps PASSTHRU TABLE test.TCUSTMER; TABLE test.TCUSTORD; The setup parameters are quite self-explanatory. The key setup is to avoid the replication data  looping. Oracle GoldenGate for MySQL uses the information in the replication checkpoint table to identify the transaction applied by replicats and thus avoid extracting those transactions by Oracle GoldenGate extracts. The example setup in the extract in MySQL 5.5 instance is shown as follows.  TRANLOGOPTIONS ALTLOGDEST "/home/oracle/software/mysql_5.5.38/data/binlog/bin-log.index" FILTERTABLE test.checkpoint_tbl Setting up an active-active replication is often more complicated than this and requires the following additional considerations. I would elaborate on this in the follow-up discussions. 

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  • Best Practices for SOA 11g Multi Data Center ActiveActive Deployment – White Paper

    - by JuergenKress
    Best practice for High Availability This paper describes the recommended Active - Active solutions that can be used for protecting an Oracle Fusion Middleware 11 g SOA system against downtime across multiple locations (referred to as SOA Active - Active Disaster Recovery Solution or SOA Multi Data Center Active - Active Deployment). It provides the required configuration steps for setting up the recommended topologies and guidance about the performance and failover implications of such a configuration. Get the white paper here. SOA & BPM Partner Community For regular information on Oracle SOA Suite become a member in the SOA & BPM Partner Community for registration please visit www.oracle.com/goto/emea/soa (OPN account required) If you need support with your account please contact the Oracle Partner Business Center. Blog Twitter LinkedIn Facebook Wiki Mix Forum Technorati Tags: high availability,best practice,active deployment,SOA Community,Oracle SOA,Oracle BPM,Community,OPN,Jürgen Kress

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  • rm on a directory with millions of files

    - by BMDan
    Background: physical server, about two years old, 7200-RPM SATA drives connected to a 3Ware RAID card, ext3 FS mounted noatime and data=ordered, not under crazy load, kernel 2.6.18-92.1.22.el5, uptime 545 days. Directory doesn't contain any subdirectories, just millions of small (~100 byte) files, with some larger (a few KB) ones. We have a server that has gone a bit cuckoo over the course of the last few months, but we only noticed it the other day when it started being unable to write to a directory due to it containing too many files. Specifically, it started throwing this error in /var/log/messages: ext3_dx_add_entry: Directory index full! The disk in question has plenty of inodes remaining: Filesystem Inodes IUsed IFree IUse% Mounted on /dev/sda3 60719104 3465660 57253444 6% / So I'm guessing that means we hit the limit of how many entries can be in the directory file itself. No idea how many files that would be, but it can't be more, as you can see, than three million or so. Not that that's good, mind you! But that's part one of my question: exactly what is that upper limit? Is it tunable? Before I get yelled at--I want to tune it down; this enormous directory caused all sorts of issues. Anyway, we tracked down the issue in the code that was generating all of those files, and we've corrected it. Now I'm stuck with deleting the directory. A few options here: rm -rf (dir)I tried this first. I gave up and killed it after it had run for a day and a half without any discernible impact. unlink(2) on the directory: Definitely worth consideration, but the question is whether it'd be faster to delete the files inside the directory via fsck than to delete via unlink(2). That is, one way or another, I've got to mark those inodes as unused. This assumes, of course, that I can tell fsck not to drop entries to the files in /lost+found; otherwise, I've just moved my problem. In addition to all the other concerns, after reading about this a bit more, it turns out I'd probably have to call some internal FS functions, as none of the unlink(2) variants I can find would allow me to just blithely delete a directory with entries in it. Pooh. while [ true ]; do ls -Uf | head -n 10000 | xargs rm -f 2/dev/null; done ) This is actually the shortened version; the real one I'm running, which just adds some progress-reporting and a clean stop when we run out of files to delete, is: export i=0; time ( while [ true ]; do ls -Uf | head -n 3 | grep -qF '.png' || break; ls -Uf | head -n 10000 | xargs rm -f 2/dev/null; export i=$(($i+10000)); echo "$i..."; done ) This seems to be working rather well. As I write this, it's deleted 260,000 files in the past thirty minutes or so. Now, for the questions: As mentioned above, is the per-directory entry limit tunable? Why did it take "real 7m9.561s / user 0m0.001s / sys 0m0.001s" to delete a single file which was the first one in the list returned by "ls -U", and it took perhaps ten minutes to delete the first 10,000 entries with the command in #3, but now it's hauling along quite happily? For that matter, it deleted 260,000 in about thirty minutes, but it's now taken another fifteen minutes to delete 60,000 more. Why the huge swings in speed? Is there a better way to do this sort of thing? Not store millions of files in a directory; I know that's silly, and it wouldn't have happened on my watch. Googling the problem and looking through SF and SO offers a lot of variations on "find" that obviously have the wrong idea; it's not going to be faster than my approach for several self-evident reasons. But does the delete-via-fsck idea have any legs? Or something else entirely? I'm eager to hear out-of-the-box (or inside-the-not-well-known-box) thinking. Thanks for reading the small novel; feel free to ask questions and I'll be sure to respond. I'll also update the question with the final number of files and how long the delete script ran once I have that. Final script output!: 2970000... 2980000... 2990000... 3000000... 3010000... real 253m59.331s user 0m6.061s sys 5m4.019s So, three million files deleted in a bit over four hours.

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  • Oracle GoldenGate Active-Active Part 1

    - by Nick_W
    My name is Nick Wagner, and I'm a recent addition to the Oracle Maximum Availability Architecture (MAA) product management team.  I've spent the last 15+ years working on database replication products, and I've spent the last 10 years working on the Oracle GoldenGate product.  So most of my posting will probably be focused on OGG.  One question that comes up all the time is around active-active replication with Oracle GoldenGate.  How do I know if my application is a good fit for active-active replication with GoldenGate?   To answer that, it really comes down to how you plan on handling conflict resolution.  I will delve into topology and deployment in a later blog, but here is a simple architecture: The two most common resolution routines are host based resolution and timestamp based resolution. Host based resolution is used less often, but works with the fewest application changes.  Think of it like this: any transactions from SystemA always take precedence over any transactions from SystemB.  If there is a conflict on SystemB, then the record from SystemA will overwrite it.  If there is a conflict on SystemA, then it will be ignored.  It is quite a bit less restrictive, and in most cases, as long as all the tables have primary keys, host based resolution will work just fine.  Timestamp based resolution, on the other hand, is a little trickier. In this case, you can decide which record is overwritten based on timestamps. For example, does the older record get overwritten with the newer record?  Or vice-versa?  This method not only requires primary keys on every table, but it also requires every table to have a timestamp/date column that is updated each time a record is inserted or updated on the table.  Most homegrown applications can always be customized to include these requirements, but it's a little more difficult with 3rd party applications, and might even be impossible for large ERP type applications.  If your database has these features - whether it’s primary keys for host based resolution, or primary keys and timestamp columns for timestamp based resolution - then your application could be a great candidate for active-active replication.  But table structure is not the only requirement.  The other consideration applies when there is a conflict; i.e., do I need to perform any notification or track down the user that had their data overwritten?  In most cases, I don't think it's necessary, but if it is required, OGG can always create an exceptions table that contains all of the overwritten transactions so that people can be notified. It's a bit of extra work to implement this type of option, but if the business requires it, then it can be done. Unless someone is constantly monitoring this exception table or has an automated process in dealing with exceptions, there will be a delay in getting a response back to the end user. Ideally, when setting up active-active resolution we can include some simple procedural steps or configuration options that can reduce, or in some cases eliminate the potential for conflicts.  This makes the whole implementation that much easier and foolproof.  And I'll cover these in my next blog. 

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  • Backup Permissions for an Active Directory Profile Directory

    - by Earls
    I have Folder Redirection turned on so the profiles are on a Windows shared folder on a File and Print Server... \folders\Profiles I want to back up the entire Profiles directory, but as Domain Admin I don't seem to have the privileges to "select all and copy" the entire directory structure. The user profile subfolders (Appdata, Documents, Desktop, Pictures, etc.) throw access denied errors... I tried to grant Domain Admins full privileges to the Profiles directory and thought the subfolders would inherit the privileges, but I get access denied errors just trying to set the permissions... How can I assign a user to the Profiles directory so that I can copy the entire directory tree to back it up?

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  • How to explore the local active directory ?

    - by Quandary
    Question: On Windows7, how can I explore the local active directory ? I mean getting all directory entries I would see when I execute this code: Dim AD As New System.DirectoryServices.DirectoryEntry("WinNT://" + Environment.MachineName & ",computer") I have found a systernals tool, called activedirectory explorer, (http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/bb963907.aspx) and I run it as complete administrator (root), but it always says "server not working/running". But the server obviously works, since I can query it from .net... and it's definitely local, since I plugged the network connection

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  • Testing home directory scripts by setting $HOME to the location of the test directory

    - by intuited
    I have an interdependent collection of scripts in my ~/bin directory as well as a developed ~/.vim directory and some other libraries and such in other subdirectories. I've been versioning all of this using git, and have realized that it would be potentially very easy and useful to do development and testing of new and existing scripts, vim plugins, etc. using a cloned repo, and then pull the working code into my actual home directory with a merge. The easiest way to do this would seem to be to just change & export $HOME, eg cd ~/testing; git clone ~ home export HOME=~/testing/home cd ~ screen -S testing-home # start vim, write/revise plugins, edit scripts, etc. # test revisions However since I've never tried this before I'm concerned that some programs, environment variables, etc., may end up using my actual home directory instead of the exported one. Is this a viable strategy? Are there just a few outliers that I should be careful about? Is there a much better way to do this sort of thing?

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  • Demote 2003 DC from within Directory Services Restore Mode

    - by adam
    We've had a child DC fail on us, and can't get into Windows on it as Directory Services is failing. A restore of the backed-up active directory hasn't worked due to a corruption, and so we've decided to demote the child DC and - for now - run AD from the PDC only. However, dcpromo /demote doesn't work from Safe Mode or Directory Services Restore Mode. We don't want to do a complete reinstall, as we have Exchange running on the child DC. Anyone know how (if?) we can demote the DC within safe mode or otherwise get into windows? Thanks

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  • Setting Mercurial with Active Directory authentication and authorisation

    - by jbx
    I am evaluating the possibilities of moving my organisation to Mercurial, however I am stumbling on 2 basic requirements which I can't find proper pointers to. How do I set up Mercurial's central repository to authenticate users with the central active directory and only allow them to push or pull if they have the right credentials? How do I set up a Mercurial project repository to only allow users pertaining to a specific group to push / pull source code? We need this to have per-project authorisation. On which HTTP servers (IIS or Apache etc.) are the above 2 requirements supported? Apologies if I am asking something obvious or if I am missing something fundamental about how authentication and authorisation works. Thanks.

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  • Determine which active directory object is referred to by GUID in a Directory Synchronization Error Report

    - by Michael Shimmins
    We have active directory syncronization setup between our on-premises AD server and Microsoft hosted Exchange (business productivity online services). I've started getting a daily error report, which details an error for a specific AD user, however it references it by GUID. I can't find any info on how to translate that object guid into something meaningful so I can find and fix the problem. The error is reported as: Error 005: Unable to set the alias for this object in Microsoft Online Services because either the primary SMTP address, the e-mail nickname, or the SAM account name in the local Active Directory contains an invalid character. in reference to the Object GUID: CN={8443cbb4-5199-49f0-9529-ce965430dca6} How can I translate that object guid into a friendly object name?

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  • Allow sudo on specific file from active directory group

    - by tubaguy50035
    I have an Ubuntu Server 12.04 box that has active directory integration running on it. I want to allow a certain active directory group access to execute a script as sudo. I want to do something like this: %programmers ALL=NOPASSWD: /usr/local/bin/createSambaShare.php When I log in with my active directory user and issue groups I do not see the group programmers, but I am a part of the programmers group within active directory. I've set up the group under the Unix attributes tab and given it an id of 1000 and added my user to it. My first thought was that I needed to add the group to the Ubuntu box. When I tried to do that, it told me that the programmers group already existed. What am I missing here?

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  • Spring MVC and 406 Error XML request

    - by Asp1de
    Hi i have a problem when running my code outside eclipse. This is my Equinox enviroment: Framework is launched. id State Bundle 0 ACTIVE org.eclipse.osgi_3.7.0.v20110221 1 ACTIVE org.eclipse.equinox.common_3.6.0.v20110506 2 ACTIVE org.eclipse.update.configurator_3.3.100.v20100512 3 RESOLVED catalina-config_1.0.0 Master=20 4 ACTIVE org.springframework.osgi.catalina.start.osgi_1.0.0 Fragments=62 5 ACTIVE com.springsource.javax.activation_1.1.1 6 ACTIVE com.springsource.javax.annotation_1.0.0 7 ACTIVE com.springsource.javax.ejb_3.0.0 8 ACTIVE com.springsource.javax.el_1.0.0 9 ACTIVE com.springsource.javax.mail_1.4.0 10 ACTIVE com.springsource.javax.persistence_1.0.0 11 ACTIVE com.springsource.javax.servlet_2.5.0 12 ACTIVE com.springsource.javax.servlet.jsp_2.1.0 13 ACTIVE com.springsource.javax.servlet.jsp.jstl_1.1.2 14 ACTIVE com.springsource.javax.xml.bind_2.0.0 15 ACTIVE com.springsource.javax.xml.rpc_1.1.0 16 ACTIVE com.springsource.javax.xml.soap_1.3.0 17 ACTIVE com.springsource.javax.xml.stream_1.0.1 18 ACTIVE com.springsource.javax.xml.ws_2.1.1 19 ACTIVE com.springsource.org.aopalliance_1.0.0 20 ACTIVE com.springsource.org.apache.catalina_6.0.18 Fragments=3, 22 21 ACTIVE com.springsource.org.apache.commons.logging_1.1.1 22 RESOLVED com.springsource.org.apache.coyote_6.0.18 Master=20 23 ACTIVE com.springsource.org.apache.el_6.0.18 24 ACTIVE com.springsource.org.apache.juli.extras_6.0.18 25 ACTIVE com.springsource.org.apache.log4j_1.2.15 Fragments=33 26 ACTIVE com.springsource.org.apache.taglibs.standard_1.1.2 27 ACTIVE org.springframework.osgi.commons-el.osgi_1.0.0.SNAPSHOT 28 ACTIVE data_1.0.0 29 ACTIVE Api_1.0.0 30 ACTIVE connector_1.0.0 31 ACTIVE core_1.0.0 32 ACTIVE org.springframework.osgi.jasper.osgi_5.5.23.SNAPSHOT 33 RESOLVED com.springsource.org.apache.log4j.config_1.0.0 Master=25 34 ACTIVE testController_1.0.0 35 ACTIVE org.eclipse.core.contenttype_3.4.100.v20100505-1235 36 ACTIVE org.eclipse.core.jobs_3.5.0.v20100515 37 ACTIVE org.eclipse.equinox.app_1.3.0.v20100512 38 ACTIVE org.eclipse.equinox.preferences_3.3.0.v20100503 39 ACTIVE org.eclipse.equinox.registry_3.5.0.v20100503 40 ACTIVE org.eclipse.osgi.services_3.2.100.v20100503 41 ACTIVE osgi.core_4.3.0.201102171602 42 ACTIVE dataImplementation_1.0.0 43 ACTIVE org.springframework.osgi.servlet-api.osgi_2.4.0.SNAPSHOT 44 ACTIVE org.springframework.aop_3.1.1.RELEASE 45 ACTIVE org.springframework.asm_3.1.1.RELEASE 46 ACTIVE org.springframework.beans_3.1.1.RELEASE 47 ACTIVE org.springframework.context_3.1.1.RELEASE 48 ACTIVE org.springframework.context.support_3.1.1.RELEASE 49 ACTIVE org.springframework.core_3.1.1.RELEASE 50 ACTIVE org.springframework.expression_3.1.1.RELEASE 51 ACTIVE org.springframework.osgi.extensions.annotations_1.2.1 52 ACTIVE org.springframework.osgi.core_1.2.1 53 ACTIVE org.springframework.osgi.extender_1.2.1 54 ACTIVE org.springframework.osgi.io_1.2.1 55 ACTIVE org.springframework.osgi.mock_1.2.1 56 ACTIVE org.springframework.osgi.web_1.2.1 57 ACTIVE org.springframework.osgi.web.extender_1.2.1 58 ACTIVE org.springframework.oxm_3.1.1.RELEASE 59 ACTIVE org.springframework.transaction_3.1.1.RELEASE 60 ACTIVE org.springframework.web_3.1.1.RELEASE 61 ACTIVE org.springframework.web.servlet_3.1.1.RELEASE 62 RESOLVED tomcat-configuration-fragment_1.0.0 Master=4 My controller is: @RequestMapping(value = "/test1", method = RequestMethod.GET, produces = "application/json") public @ResponseBody Person test1() { logger.info(" <--- Test 1 ---> \n"); Person p = new Person("a", "b", "c"); return p; } @RequestMapping(value = "/test2", method = RequestMethod.GET, produces = "application/xml") public @ResponseBody Person test3() { logger.info(" <--- Test 1 ---> \n"); Person p = new Person("a", "b", "c"); return p; } @RequestMapping(value = "/test2", method = RequestMethod.GET, headers = "Accept=*/*") public @ResponseBody Person test4() { logger.info(" <--- Test 1 ---> \n"); Person p = new Person("a", "b", "c"); return p; } @RequestMapping(value = "/parent", method = RequestMethod.GET, headers = "Accept=application/xml") public @ResponseBody Parent test2() { logger.info(" <--- Test 1 ---> \n"); Parent p = new Parent("a", "b"); return p; } If i run the TEST 1(json request) it works perfectly but when i run the test 2, 3 and 4 the browser give me back that error: (406) The resource identified by this request is only capable of generating responses with characteristics not acceptable according to the request "accept" headers (). Could someone help me? PS: if i run the bundle inside ECLIPSE it works perfectly. I generate the bundles with maven.

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  • How can give group in active directory folder access by group policy

    - by AAA-Super
    I have windows server 2003 64bit and my clients running on windows xp 32bit. My clients have user rights so they can't install any program. I have some programs needs admin rights for example I have French dictionary without admin right the program will not work properly. I don't want go to each PC and login with admin account then go to program folder located in programs files to give full permission to the group. Is there a way to add them folder in group policy so I can force all the PCs to have full access on the folder? Thanks you in advance.

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  • Logon script in Active Directory

    - by tareq838
    I am having a weird intermittent issue for only some users. I have a logon script that maps shared drives and issues a diisclaimer everytime the user logs on to a machine. The problem lately is that the logon script will not run for the user so we get a help desk call. When one of the help desk techs log on to the machine the script then comes up. The tech then logs off and the user will log back in and they will get the logon script. I am at wits end with this issue. Any help would be appreciated. It has happend on both Windows XP and Vista 64.

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  • Active Directory - Lightweight Directory Services and Domain Password Policy

    - by Craig Beuker
    Greetings all, We have an active directory domain which enforces a strict password policy. Hooray! Now, for the project we are working on, we are going to be storing users of our website Microsoft's AD-LDS service as well as using that for authentication of our web users. By default, it is my understanding that AD-LDS inherits its password policy from the domain of the machine it's installed on. Is there any way to break that link such that we can define a lighter password policy (or none if we so choose) for users in AD-LDS without affecting our domain? Note: AD-LDS is going to be hosted on a machine which is part of the domain. Thanks in advance.

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  • directory services group query changing randomly

    - by yamspog
    I am receiving an unusual behaviour in my asp.net application. I have code that uses Directory Services to find the AD groups for a given, authenticated user. The code goes something like ... string username = "user"; string domain = "LDAP://DC=domain,DC=com"; DirectorySearcher search = new DirectorySearcher(domain); search.Filter = "(SAMAccountName=" + username + ")"; And then I query and get the list of groups for the given user. The problem is that the code was receiving the list of groups as a list of strings. With our latest release of the software, we are starting to receive the list of groups as a byte[]. The system will return string, suddenly return byte[] and then with a reboot it returns string again. Anyone have any ideas? code sample: DirectoryEntry dirEntry = new DirectoryEntry("LDAP://" + ldapSearchBase); DirectorySearcher userSearcher = new DirectorySearcher(dirEntry) { SearchScope = SearchScope.Subtree, CacheResults = false, Filter = ("(" + txtLdapSearchNameFilter.Text + "=" + userName + ")") }; userResult = userSearcher.FindOne(); ResultPropertyValueCollection valCol = userResult.Properties["memberOf"]; foreach (object val in valCol) { if (val is string) { distName = val.ToString(); } else { distName = enc.GetString((Byte[])val); } }

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  • Apache2's recursive directory permission requirement

    - by Sn3akyP3t3
    The experience I've had thus far is from Ubuntu 10.04 and 12.04 64 bit OS so if there are other OS differences I'd like to know if this is an OS specific problem or not. The issue I've experienced is mostly confusion. Once the cause of the problem is identified and corrected there are no further related problems experienced. The symptom is Error 403 forbidden. Typically the cause is attempting to use a directory other than /var/www/ for content. The cause is simply permissions, but its puzzling why the required permissions must persist from at least one level deeper than root onward till the current working directory where the content is stored. For example: Alias /example/ "/home/user/permissions/can/be/confusing/with/apache/" <Directory /home/user/permissions/can/be/confusing/with/apache/> Options FollowSymLinks MultiViews AllowOverride None Order allow,deny Allow from all </Directory> With www-data being the user that spawned apache and "user" being a member of the www-data group. Thus, if ownership of /home/user/* is user:user then all that is necessary to display content with apache is permssions of read and execute. So d---r-x--- should suffice, but for practical purposes I'm using drwxr-x--- for most. However, if all directories /home/user/* are permissions of drwxr-x-- and /home/user/ itself has permissions of drwx------ then content will always fail with error 403. This is strange because it doesn't follow what I would consider traditional logic of permissions which should only be applicable to the current working directory or a particular file in that directory and not any directory further back in the chain. Is this by design or is it a bug?

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