Clearos is running in ESXI so after it happened I rebooted the clearos VM and had another 2 occurrences, yesterday I rebooted the complete system (so the hardware esxi is running on) and since then the system has been running like a charm.... the last couple of weeks the clearos system is the only vm actually running on my system..
I have an issue with ClearOS that i have never seen before. ClearOS is the hard of my network (dns/dhcp/router to internet, firewall etc) so when this issue occurs, my network stops working, no internet, everything comes to a halt,
At some point this was shown in a terminal....
After some time (more than 10 minutes) it all startks working again, but a it later it stops...
I have no clue where to star looking. /var/log/system does not show any issues
Disks do not show an errors, no filesystems full , no reports of hardware / memory failures...
ClearOS release 7.9.1 (Final)
Linux mail.familie-dokter.lan 3.10.0-1160.45.1.el7.x86_64 #1 SMP Wed Oct 13 17:20:51 UTC 2021 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux
I was looking for some information on FTP in my clearos installation. The link to the documentation causes an error. The certificate has expired a month ago....
I am in the middle of moving from one system to a new system (bought a secondhand ancient rack server) so I have 2 clearos virtual machines running on esxi, Both upgraded without issues. Or if there were issues I have not noticed them yet :-)
It will be fixed as soon as 7.9 is out. We were going to release it to the community this week but have been asked to delay it until the second week of Feb. Paid versions will be a week or two later.
In the meanwhile you can fix it with:
I'll see if I can release that package in advance, but I am not so sure of that.
3 days ago this was published:
The sudo team has provided an updated sudo package but this is not available on ClearOS yet. When will this one become available?
Easy check to see if your sudo is effected:
Of course one can just install the update from the sudo team directly:
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