Emanuel David Dell Ascenza wrote:
I have ntop running along in my ClearOS 7 and it has a great web interface.
Could you please describe a little how to best install ntop on clearos7.
I also would like to use it, but don't know where to start.
Thanks very much in advance,
At 04.00 my clearos 7.2 system was scheduled to do a monthly reboot.
Below you see a part of the swap information of the resource report :
Date free used
2016-09-25 05:10 2048 0
2016-09-25 05:05 2048 0
2016-09-25 05:00 2048 0
2016-09-25 04:55 2048 0
2016-09-25 04:50 2048 0
2016-09-25 04:45 2048 0
2016-09-25 04:40 2048 0
2016-09-25 04:35 2048 0
2016-09-25 04:30 2048 0
2016-09-25 04:20 1923 125
2016-09-25 04:15 1923 125
2016-09-25 04:10 1923 125
At 2016-09-25 04:20:14 I get the following warning: High swap memory usage (100%)
Can somebody tell me why?
Fernando Schwartz wrote:
No. That's more like a routing problem. No service dies.
This hardware has 3 NICs. I'll downgrade to the usual LAN/WAN and see the results.
I learned not to guess work but read log files better. I'll keep you all posted. Thanks.
I seem to have the same problem on my 7.2 LAN/WAN installation.
I put the web-proxy service on manual startup, so after a reboot at least I will have access to the internet.
Then I only have to start the transparent proxy manually.
I would like to use ibvpn to download "anonymously" some files.
It looks like it is working if not using the transparent proxy.
Am I correct that the tunnel is not being used when you happened have transparent webproxy running?
Maybe some kind of warning-event-notification would help to make that clear?
Is there a way to modify the dns-addresses of the devices that are using the tunnel, just to be anonymous here as well?
I think that it now uses the dns-addresses of the dhcp, which might be the dnsservers of your ISP that logs all your dns-request (<> anonymous).
Thank you both for your answers.
Since the password-auth-ac is autgenerated, I tried to make a filter for rsyslog first,
The "authentication failure" message dissappeared from the secure log, but was still visible in the dashboard notification view.
Maybe the filter is not correct and/or I do not understand how it works.
Then, I changed the password-auth-ac to do the "pam_ldap authentication" first.
I now no longer see/get the authentication failures in the dashboard.
This is how the password-auth-ac looks lke now:
Everytime when I connect with my android smartphone to the openvpn server on clearos7/1 I get the following line in the secure log:
This becomes also visible on the clearos-dashboard events and notification list as a warning and is very annoying to me.
The openvpn connection works fine.
I think that authentication through ldap goes well, but that pam_unix says authentication failure for local user "victor".
Can somebody help me to get rid of these pam_unix authentication failures?
Peter Baldwin wrote:
Victor van den Hoven wrote:
Trying to install VMWare Tools, but I got this:
What should I do?
The mirrorlist URL is from ClearOS 6. Was this a ClearOS 7 system installed on top of ClearOS 6?
No it was a new/fresh system install.....