Categories Archives: Linux

Kickstart 4-disk RAID10 Recipe

Here’s a nice recipe for a RAID10 array comprised of 4x SSD disks. Tested to work on CentOS 6 (RHEL 6). Be sure to add the discard option in fstab for Trim support. zerombr yes bootloader –location=partition –driveorder=sda,sdb,sdc,sdd clearpart –all –initlabel –drives=sda,sdb,sdc,sdd part raid.100000 –size=250 –ondisk=sda part raid.100001 –size=250 –ondisk=sdb part raid.100002 –size=250 –ondisk=sdc part […]

Xen 4 and Libvirt From Source on CentOS 6

Install some prerequisites: yum groupinstall “Development Libraries” “Development Tools” yum install mercurial python-devel dev86 iasl ncurses-devel ncurses \ glib2-devel glib2 openssl-devel yajl-devel libuuid-devel libuuid \ pciutils-devel pciutils texinfo kernel-xen bridge-utils gnutls gnutls-devel \ libxml2 libxml2-devel libnl libnl-devel libxslt libxslt-devel pygtk2 xorg-x11-xauth \ xorg-x11-fonts* device-mapper* gnome-python2-gconf pygtk2-libglade dbus-x11 \ gtk-vnc-python netcf netcf-devel netcf-libs vte vte-devel Pull […]

The mysterious /tmp/.tmp folder

If LFD reports a /tmp/.tmp folder on your server you have been hit with the latest timthumb.php hack, which is circulating among wordpress sites which dodged the first mass infection last August for unknown reasons. The /tmp/.tmp folder contains a list of firefox visitor IP’s who have visited your site and were exposed to malicious […]