Jun 8 14:57:50 rinetd: accept(0): Socket operation on non-socket
I had this syslog message filling my hard disk due to a configuration problem of rinetd.
I was setting it to list in a IP address which was not set to the network interfaces. I usually setup many IP's for external interfaces in a host. I had disabled a certain IP for some time (ip addr del ..) and rinetd got crazy.
Fix: check what IP it is trying to listen in. # /etc/init.d/rinetd stop
# tail -f /var/log/syslog |less
in another screen:
# /etc/init.d/rinetd start
You will see:
Jun 8 14:57:48 rinetd: couldn't bind to address port (Cannot assign requested address) Jun 8 14:57:48 rinetd: Starting redirections...
Then just go and remove that reference in rinetd.conf and you're done.
Estou desenvolvendo uma ferramenta para análise de logs do Postfix. O PF-Graph, além de gerar relatórios com base em remetentes ou destinatários (incluíndo busca por domínios), cria gráficos coloridos sobre o status do serviço.
HOW TO RESET WINDOWS TERMINAL SERVICES 3 MONTH TRIAL Warning: greyhat content.
Thanks to a Microsoft article, I've found out that it is very easy to extend your Windows Terminal Services 3-month trial or experience time. It's so easy that I'm sure many administrators have done this in their own systems, while waiting for their managers or financial staff to buy the definitive licenses (not being hypocrite here).
Following these instructions, you don't have to crack any program. You won't mess with your system. The magic is to only delete the licenses databases both in the server and the clients, and let windows re-create them for you.
Make sure you've installed "Terminal Services Licensing". By the way, this method only makes sense if you need to use Terminal Services in Application Mode, which is the one that requires licensing.
The idea is quite simple.
First, disconnect all users from the terminal. If you need to do this remotely, you can also discon…