devster31how do I know which packages will require reboot before installing them? and how can I install them without rebooting?00:50
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stoojHi all. I'm putting together a mail server but must have messed up somewhere. Using postfix + spamassassin + spamass-milter, communicating through a socket. But my mail.log contains the following every time the pipe is used:03:20
stoojMay  2 05:44:41 myhostname postfix/smtpd[15597]: warning: milter unix:/spamassassin/spamd.sock: unreasonable packet length: 1397768525 > 107374182303:21
stoojMay  2 05:44:41 myhostname postfix/smtpd[15597]: warning: milter unix:/spamassassin/spamd.sock: read error in initial handshake03:21
stoojAnyone seen this before and recognise the problem?03:21
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[twisti]it seems like since yesterday, everything on our LTS 12.04 server that is password related has become wonky07:42
[twisti]was there any problematic update or something like that ?07:42
lordievaderGood morning.09:22
MatsyGood morning09:28
lordievaderHey Matsy, how are you?09:29
MatsyGood! Really enjoying my landscape environment09:30
MatsyI'm doing a semi-large tryout for landscape09:30
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secondsDo you guys talk about Ubuntu server with open stack or thats another channel15:14
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kickit2Hey everone - is there a way to force the system to wait for a connection to be established prior to continuing startup?  I have a VPN that must be connected before IP-tables loads, and right now, it launches open-vpn, but then continues right on.  The connection takes longer than for the system to get to iptables, and generates an error every time.19:02
PryMar56kickit2, look at the startup sequence numbers in /etc/rcS.d & /etc/rc2.d19:14
PryMar56kickit2, that situation is exactly what systemd does best19:17
kickit2PryMar56 - I have already changed that and it starting in the correct order, but calls to start openvp themselves are completed quite quickly - but the connection does not become active for a few seconds at least (even after the command finishes).  the problem is that the startup sequence just marches on and wants to apply iptables rules before the connection is active19:23
PryMar56kickit2, use something like this at tail of your NIC stanza in */interfaces: post-up /sbin/iptables-restore < /etc/iptables/rules19:27
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