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02:12<FluffyFoxeh>whrre
02:12<FluffyFoxeh>where
02:15<dwfreed>happened earlier
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06:07<TamerHassan>Hello Support team
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07:26<trippeh>I guess the new frankfurt lish ssh host key is permanent now? ;)
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09:24<pranav>Hi I am looking for assistance, for my existing purchase from Linode
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09:24<@nbrewer>pranav: feel free to ask your question.
09:25<pranav>Hi, are you from linode?
09:25<@nbrewer>yes. this is a community channel, but there are some Linode employees here as well.
09:26<@nbrewer>(Linode employees have '@' next to their names)
09:26<pranav>Alright
09:26<pranav>So I have bought a linode remote server. But im having trouble using that with a hosting platform..
09:27<@nbrewer>not entirely sure what that means..what's the hosting platform?
09:27<pranav>I tried cpanel, did all the required steps, but in the end when I go on the '10000' port. Connection is refused
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09:28<pranav>Tried other alternatives as well, like Webmin, same issue.
09:28<@nbrewer>cPanel installation is pretty straightforward. you just run a script. were you installing on a brand new CentOS Linode?
09:29<pranav>And for some of the platforms, like Sentos etc, it says that your server is not compatible
09:29<pranav>What script?
09:29<@nbrewer>cPanel installs using a script.
09:29<pranav>Well I dont have the paid version of cpanel
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09:29<pranav>Yes i tried running that script
09:29<@nbrewer>there is no free version of cPanel
09:30<pranav>15 day trial
09:30<pranav>Anyway, but currently im interested in using webmin. Since this is a test server
09:30<pranav>I wanted to uplaod my Wordpress site
09:31<pranav>After running all the commands, it even gives me a prompt that 'You can now connect to "ServerName:10000"
09:32<pranav>But when I go there, it says connection refused. If you have any other alternative suggestions for someother hosting platforms, im open to that as well
09:33<@nbrewer>it probably generated a self-signed cert for the login page, i know cPanel does. did you type https://your.ip.address:10000
09:34<@nbrewer>into your browser, i mean.
09:34<pranav>Yes i did that
09:34<pranav>you mean the 'purchased server's ip ' right?
09:35<pranav>the one i SSH into
09:35<@nbrewer>the IP address of the Linode, yes.
09:35<pranav>Yes did that
09:36<@nbrewer>ok, what operating system is the Linode running?
09:37<pranav>I'm not sure. I'm an employee given the details of the linode server, thats all
09:37<@nbrewer>pranav: could you run this command, and then paste the output?
09:37<@nbrewer>cat /etc/os-release
09:37<@nbrewer>!paste
09:37<linbot>Please paste longer snippets over at https://bpaste.net/ and not in the channel
09:39<pranav>Done
09:39<@nbrewer>ok..could i get a link?
09:39<pranav>https://bpaste.net/show/0c220442f79d
09:42<pranav>You there?
09:42<@nbrewer>yes
09:42<pranav>I had sent you the details as you asked
09:42<@nbrewer>i would like to get the output of a few more commands
09:43<pranav>okay
09:44<@nbrewer>sudo ufw status verbose
09:44<@nbrewer>sudo iptables -nvL
09:45<@nbrewer>sudo netstat -plantu
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09:46<pranav>My firewall is inactive
09:47<pranav>https://bpaste.net/show/c21a91a7b589
09:47<pranav>for the iptables
09:48<@nbrewer>doesn't look inactive to me
09:48<pranav>https://bpaste.net/show/b5a925aa97dc
09:49<pranav>for the plantu command
09:49<pranav>but when i run ufw status, it says "Inactive"
09:49<@nbrewer>you're using iptables, not ufw
09:49<@nbrewer>and it looks like you never created a rule to allow connections on port 10000
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09:50<pranav>not sure about that..
09:50<@nbrewer>which is why you can't connect to it.
09:50<pranav>okay, atleast we know the probelm
09:51<@nbrewer>https://www.linode.com/docs/security/firewalls/control-network-traffic-with-iptables#block-or-allow-traffic-by-port-number-to-create-an-iptables-firewall
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09:52<pranav>It will be lot smoother if you could help me with which commands
09:52<pranav>IM not sure which one to start with
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09:53<Zimsky>I'm going to print the entire contents of https://www.internic.net/zones/root.zone and throw it through JamesTK's window in an attempt to get him to properly configure DNS
09:54<@nbrewer>iptables -A INPUT -p tcp --dport 10000 -j ACCEPT
09:54<@nbrewer>pranav: ^ that should work.
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09:54<Zimsky>unless you have other rules, in which case you should maybe insert, rather than append
09:55<linbot>New news from forum: Web Servers and Web App Development • Permissions error as root user? <https://forum.linode.com/viewtopic.php?t=14739&p=73299#p73299>
09:56<pranav>Let me try tha
09:56<pranav>*that
09:56<@nbrewer>Zimsky is right, you're probabl;y going to want to insert, not append
09:57<pranav>okay, and how to do that?
09:58<Zimsky>the -A flag specifies to append the rule to the INPUT chain, but what you should do is rather than appending to the list of rules, you should insert with -I
09:58<Zimsky>iptables works by the order in which rules are appended to a chain
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09:59<Zimsky>so if you have a rule that drops everything from any ip address, but you have a rule /after/ that which accepts packets from a particular address, it won't apply
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09:59<Zimsky>because the first rule matches
10:00<pranav>iptables -I INPUT -p tcp --dport 10000 -j ACCEPT
10:00<pranav>right
10:00<pranav>so is this the command?
10:00<@nbrewer>iptables -I INPUT 8 -p tcp --dport 10000 -j ACCEPT
10:01<@nbrewer>^ that would make it the 8th rule in the input chain
10:01<Zimsky>pranav: https://serverfault.com/questions/472258/difference-between-iptables-a-and-i-option
10:01<pranav>oh perfect! that error is gone
10:02<Zimsky>stackexchange is your wizard magic friend
10:02<pranav>Thanks alot guys!
10:02<pranav>But I get this page
10:03<pranav>Error - Document follows This web server is running in SSL mode. Try the URL https://li242-13.members.linode.com:10000/ instead.
10:03<pranav>It runs on that link specified
10:03<@nbrewer>ok you're probably using http:// instead of https://
10:03<pranav>Oh true
10:04<pranav>Works
10:05<pranav>Thanks again. If I have more issues further in the process, how do I contact you back?
10:05<@nbrewer>pranav: this is a community channel, so you can always feel free to ask your questions here.
10:05<@nbrewer>we also have a support ticketing system: https://www.linode.com/contact
10:06<pranav>Great. And thanks @Zimsky
10:06<@nbrewer>!point Zimsky
10:06<linbot>nbrewer: Point given to zimsky. (3)
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10:07<Zimsky>( ゚◡゚)
10:07<Zimsky>┐( ಠ‿ ಠ;)┌
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10:15<linbot>New news from forum: Web Servers and Web App Development • Permissions error as root user? <https://forum.linode.com/viewtopic.php?t=14739&p=73300#p73300>
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11:04<Eugene>Every day I'm Linodin'
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11:10<Zimsky>you're just saying that for the free shirt
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11:23<pranav>Hey, got another issue
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11:25<pranav>@nbrewer
11:30<MajObviousman>so open a ticket
11:30*Zimsky opens MajObviousman
11:30<Zimsky>finally, my shipment of air arrived
11:30<MajObviousman>careful you don't burn yourself, it's really hot
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11:35<Zimsky>MajObviousman: you know what else is really hot? ;)
11:35<Zimsky>The Sun. I was closing my eye because it's bright
11:35*MajObviousman looks suspiciously at Zimsky
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11:40<pranav>I dont have an account to open a ticket
11:41<Peng>You had an account two hours ago
11:42<pranav>Um no? Its just comminity chat
11:42<pranav>*community
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11:46<djhv>Hello!!
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11:50<millisa>greetings.
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11:51<djhv>Hello
11:51<millisa>greetings, again.
11:51<djhv>someone knows if there is any annual plan?
11:52<millisa>linodes are billed by the hour, now.
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11:53<dwfreed>(so no)
11:53<@jalter>You can add a year's worth of credit to your account, if that makes things easier for you. There's no discount, though.
11:53<djhv>ok, do you sell domains?
11:53<dwfreed>nope
11:54<djhv>@jalter that's interesting
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12:43<mrosabal>Hey! Can I ask a question, be mildly upset with the answer and then leave the channel?
12:44<millisa>sure!
12:44<mrosabal>Lol
12:45<mrosabal>Always make me chuckle a bit when that happens
12:45<mrosabal>Can I pay you $5 a month and you build a website for me?
12:45<mrosabal>No
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12:49<jthan>Hey all -- hate to pop in just to ask a question, but... I work at the University of Colorado Boulder and we're having a Hackathon. Interested in having some Linode-ers attend if they're interested. Can anyone point me in the right direction?
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12:51<dwfreed>jthan: email inquiries@linode.com
12:51<jthan>dwfreed: Thank you :-)
12:51<dwfreed>also hi :)
12:51<dwfreed>ltns
12:51<jthan>Haha was just looking for you somewhere else....
12:52<dwfreed>yeah, phree
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12:58<ranjeet>hey team i can see pscan2 consuming my CPU to 100%. Please help me to resolve.
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12:59<synfinatic>ranjeet so I just googled "linux pscan2" and found this: http://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/linux-security-4/server-infected-with-scanssh-pscan2-sshf-823263-print/
13:00<FluffyFoxeh>oh dear
13:00<synfinatic>looks like you've been hacked. Hopefully you have been using Linode's backup service to backup your files.
13:00<ranjeet>I have seen this but not able to solve
13:01<FluffyFoxeh>:/
13:01<synfinatic>you have two choices: pay a security expert lots of $$$ to kick the bad guys out and figure out how they got in and fix it
13:01<ranjeet>I have not able to solve only as I am not expert
13:01<FluffyFoxeh>https://www.linode.com/docs/security/recovering-from-a-system-compromise
13:01<synfinatic>or wipe the box, re-install with the latest OS + patches and restore your data from backups
13:02<synfinatic>FluffyFoxeh +1
13:03<ranjeet>it would be great if you guys can help
13:04<ranjeet>Its very easy to re-install but I want to know to fix it.
13:05<synfinatic>99.99% of breakins are done using vulns which are known and 99% of those have fixes already available
13:05<synfinatic>so when you re-install with the latest version of the OS and all the latest updates that will most likely solve your problem
13:06<synfinatic>the next thing is to make sure you regularly update your system with the latest security patches
13:07<synfinatic>the fact they're running a ssh scanner tells me you're not important enough to waste a 0day, so that should be good enough
13:07<synfinatic>(assuming you forgot to mention your linode holds military/economic secrets :)
13:08<FluffyFoxeh>in which case find another job
13:08<FluffyFoxeh>:p
13:09<synfinatic>ranjeet what linux distro?
13:09<ranjeet>centos 7
13:10<ranjeet>my all packages are update right now
13:10<ranjeet> yum update Loaded plugins: fastestmirror base | 3.6 kB 00:00:00 elk-client | 2.9 kB 00:00:00 epel/x86_64/metalink | 6
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13:11<synfinatic>so this server does what exactly?
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13:11<ranjeet>run java application
13:11<ranjeet>we have installed tomcat
13:11<synfinatic>any software you installed not via yum?
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13:12<ranjeet>Please see output of netstat -nalp https://pastebin.com/qEKCBzJx
13:12<ranjeet>only jdk
13:12<synfinatic>what userid is that sshd scanner running as?
13:12<ranjeet>ntp also
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13:12<ranjeet>tomcat
13:13<synfinatic>there's your answer
13:13<synfinatic>that's how they got in
13:13<synfinatic>either a bug in tomcat or your java app
13:13<ranjeet>no
13:14<synfinatic>no what?
13:14<ranjeet>today it same error on other server too but when we re-install centos and deploy same application we did not see any such error
13:15<synfinatic>so your theory is the bad guys got in via some other means then tomcat/java and got root on your box and then decided to launch the ssh scanner as the tomcat user just to try to confuse you?
13:16<synfinatic>generally speaking that's not how it works in my experience. not for something like this
13:16<synfinatic>also your friends on the internet would probably appreciate it if you killed that scanner :)
13:18<ranjeet>i fed up from morning
13:18<ranjeet>did all the thing that i can do
13:18<ranjeet>but failed yo solve
13:19<synfinatic>unfortunately, running a secure server on the public internet is harder then it is to exploit them
13:20<synfinatic>if I had a magic wand to fix that, I'd be a rich rich man :)
13:20<ranjeet>ha ha ha
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13:29<kc>hi, i have a question
13:29<@mcintosh>!ask
13:29<linbot>If you have a question, feel free to just ask it -- someone's always willing to help. If you don't get a response right away, be patient! You may want to read http://alexfornuto.com/how-to-ask-for-help-on-irc/
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13:30<kc>Thanks
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13:31<kc>i want to start a blog, can i use linod service (i'll use wordpress)
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13:33<kc>i want to start a blog, can i use linod service (i'll use wordpress)
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13:33<arlen>yup
13:34<millisa>https://www.linode.com/docs/websites/cms/. there are wordpress docs here
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13:34<kc>Thanks millisa
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13:34<kc>Which is better for a blog.. vps or cloud hosting ?
13:35<millisa>er. yes.
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13:35<millisa>you could probably argue that a vps is a form of cloud hosting.
13:35<synfinatic>kc: if you just want to do wordpress, i'd just host it on wordpress.com. that way you don't have to worry about security (which is real issue)
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13:36<millisa>wpengine used to be at linode. am assuming they still are.
13:36<kc>but, did their hosting fast like vps hosting
13:36<kc>?
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14:36<linbot>New news from forum: Linux Networking • After setting a linode with the private ip, it fails to ping other websites <https://forum.linode.com/viewtopic.php?t=14110&p=73301#p73301>
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15:19<Sami1985>Hello
15:20<@nbrewer>Sami1985: hello, feel free to ask your question.
15:21<Sami1985>I took a VPS from linode but it seems it doesn't have a dedicated pub IP
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15:21<Sami1985>is this true?
15:21<Sami1985>I have 1GB VPS, 5$ a month
15:21<@nbrewer>Sami1985: all Linodes have a dedicated IPv4 and IPv6 address.
15:21<Sami1985>How do I find out my IP so I can ssh to it?
15:22<nate>Sami1985: It's in your dashboard, from the moment you set it up
15:22<Sami1985>I also need Debian, during the wizard I was not asked!
15:22<Sami1985>Ok I will look in dashboard
15:22<@nbrewer>the 'Remote Access' tab in your Linode's Dashboard: https://www.linode.com/docs/networking/remote-access
15:22<nate>Sami1985: You choose the system in the dashboard for that particular linode, you should see a tab relevant to installing a distro
15:23<@nbrewer>Sami1985: You choose which image you deploy. If you didn't, your Linode probably doesn't have an operating system deployed to it.
15:23<@nbrewer>https://www.linode.com/docs/getting-started#deploying-an-image
15:23<Sami1985>I did not see anything
15:23<Sami1985>The thing is already created.. I don't know its IP nor its distro
15:24<@nbrewer>You deploy the distro after you create it.
15:24<nate>Sami1985: Again, you choose that -after- you choose a datacenter
15:24<Sami1985>Yes I choose datacenter
15:24<Sami1985>I finished
15:24<nate>Sami1985: When you 'purchase' a linode, all you're doing is basically reserving an instance slot at a particular datacenter, after that you configure the linode, including it's distro, from it's management page
15:25<Sami1985>Ok let me try to figure it out my self
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15:32<Sami1985>I figured out
15:32<Sami1985>Thx
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15:54<sami1985>Hello, why I have a qouta of 345GB Network Traffice while the advertised on front page is 1TB?
15:55<millisa>prorated for the month.
15:55<millisa>10days left/30days total = 1/3. 1/3 * 1TB =~ 345GB.
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15:58<aliaB>Hey, anyone here ever encountered a problem connecting to the SQL server?
15:58<aliaB>"Can't connect to local MySQL server through socket '/var/run/mysqld/mysqld.sock' (2)'"
15:59<millisa>is your mysql server running?
15:59<nate>aliaB: Have you confirmed your mysql server is running? That it's configured to operate on a socket?
16:01<aliaB>No it doesnt run, thats the issue
16:01<aliaB>It was running fine till yesterday, suddenly seems to be a crash today
16:02<nate>So then check the log for what the issue was, start it back up, check to see if you need to scan anything for repairs
16:02<nate>and you should be able to connect to it again :P
16:03<millisa>it usually gives a hint in the logs - check dmesg, syslog to see if either say anything about being out of memory. check your mysql logs - depending on distribution, they'll be in different spots
16:05<aliaB>Where to check logs?
16:05<millisa>what distribution are you using?
16:06<aliaB>Ubuntu 16.04.2 LTS
16:07<millisa>syslog is at /var/log/syslog, mysql is /var/log/mysql* I think?
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16:12<synfinatic> probably /var/log/mysql/error.log
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16:15<aliaB>Yes i checked them, but cant seem to find any out of memory or any reasonable hints to find the issue
16:16<millisa>when you try starting the mysql service, does it say anything then? or does it start?
16:19<aliaB>It doesnt give any error
16:19<aliaB>But when i try to check the status
16:19<aliaB>It says connect to server at 'localhost' failed
16:20<millisa>just to be sure I understand - when you try starting the mysql service, it shows nothing on the screen, shows nothing in the syslog, nothing in the /var/log/mysql/error.log?
16:22<aliaB>Thats right
16:23<aliaB>I tried running the same commands which were giving an error, but nothing in the logs
16:23<millisa>are you out of disk space?
16:24<aliaB>No
16:24<aliaB>I even tried reinstalling mysql etc, but end up with the same issue again
16:26<millisa>To bpaste or vomitb.in - Could you paste the output of: apt list --installed|grep mysql
16:28<aliaB>https://bpaste.net/show/f0dceb7b3ed2
16:28<millisa>ok, same deal, paste the output of: tail --lines=25 /var/log/mysql/error.log
16:30<aliaB>InnoDB: Check that you do not already have another mysqld process using the same InnoDB data or log files.
16:30<aliaB>Gives me this error on a loop
16:30<millisa>that sounds like mysql is already running. go ahead and paste the logs.
16:31<aliaB>https://bpaste.net/show/12755d406f4f
16:31<millisa>paste: ps aux |grep mysql
16:32<aliaB>I had killed the processes before
16:32<millisa>so there is nothing when you do a ps aux|grep mysql?
16:32<aliaB>there are
16:33<aliaB>as in before i had killed them, that didnt work
16:33<millisa>try to stop mysql: /etc/init.d/mysql stop
16:34<millisa>or service mysql start (whichever way you normally use to stop)
16:34<millisa>make sure there are no mysql processes with 'ps aux |grep mysql' - if there's not, try starting it with service mysql start (or /etc/init.d/mysql start) and then check the /var/log/mysql/error.log. (paste the last dozen or so lines)
16:35<aliaB>Should i kill all of them?
16:35<millisa>dpm
16:35<millisa>er, don't kill any of them. use the init script..
16:36<millisa>if the init script doesn't get rid of the ones that are running, then we'll need to address that.
16:37<aliaB>sorry, not sure whats the init script
16:37<millisa> /etc/init.d/mysql stop or use: service mysql stop
16:39<aliaB>I stopped it, but i still see all those processes running with ps aux
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16:40<millisa>did you do those commands as root or with sudo?
16:40<aliaB>YUp
16:40<aliaB>*Yup
16:40<aliaB>as sudo
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16:42<millisa>well, if the init script didn't kill them, I guess go ahead and do it by hand (not a fan of killing database processes)
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16:43<aliaB>https://bpaste.net/show/b76b0f2e6ffb
16:43<aliaB>all of them?
16:44<millisa>that looks like mysql is in the middle of an install
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16:44<AJ_>Hello
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16:45<millisa>AJ_: greetings
16:45<aliaB>Idk why is that
16:45<millisa>aliaB: I'm assuming you have that 'sudo apt install mysql-server' running in another window. or someone else that has root access does?
16:45<aliaB>Cant see any installing in any other window
16:45<aliaB>No
16:46<millisa>that might even be the step where it pops up the bit that asks you to put in a root password instead of leaving it blank...
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16:46<AJ_>So I'm leaning pretty heavy on becoming a Linode customer. Is there a limit on how many sites I can host under a $5 or $10 plan?
16:46<Peng>As many as you can fit
16:46<millisa>AJ_: there's no limits imposed by linode.
16:46<aliaB>I dont have any other windows running
16:47<AJ_>Awesome!
16:47<millisa>aliaB: are there other people with root that might be working on this at the same time?
16:47<aliaB>No
16:47<millisa>aliaB: did you leave the install partially done when y ou said you tried reinstalling mysql earlier?
16:48<aliaB>Whenever i tried reinstalling it, it gets stuck on a point
16:48<millisa>that'd have been a good thing to mention
16:49<aliaB>Wait, let me give you the details on that
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16:53<aliaB>E: dpkg was interrupted, you must manually run 'sudo dpkg --configure -a' to correct the problem.
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16:53<aliaB>Seems to be a new issue when i do 'sudo apt-get install mysql-server
16:53<Vishal_>Any magento developer here? help is needed
16:53<aliaB>Wasnt even happening before
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16:55<aliaB>So this was the main error
16:56<aliaB>Sorry not an error, but if i upgrade my distribution/install sql, its gets stuck here
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16:56<aliaB>"Renaming removed key_buffer and myisam-recover options (if present)"
16:56<millisa>that was from earlier? or is that when you are trying it right now while that other install is trying to ruN?
16:57<Vishal_>Any Magento developer?
16:57<aliaB>I had tried all the solutions for this on stack, but nothing solved it
16:57<AJ_>Thanks for the info...Just won you a new customer :)
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16:57<millisa>AJ_: (most of us are customers, too)
16:57<aliaB>From earlier
16:57<aliaB>It came up again, when i tried to run the command they had mentioned
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16:58<millisa>aliaB: Well, right now you've got a partial install sitting there. if you don't know where it is, you probably need to kill it off and then you'll need to cleanup before trying to install again.
16:58<Vishal_>Kindly help? any Magento developer?
16:58<AJ_>Even better know I know where to come for help!
16:58<AJ_>now*
16:58<millisa>Vishal_: if there's one in here, you'd be better suited to just ask your question and see if anyone knows.
16:59<aliaB>https://bpaste.net/show/c55455f39f4a
16:59<millisa>aliaB: This appears to be relevant to your situation: https://askubuntu.com/questions/773287/how-to-repair-corrupt-package-installation-mysql
16:59<Vishal_>I added a ssl certificate and now the admin panel has no graphics
17:00<aliaB>The link i send u, those are the errors i get when i try to install/upgrade anything
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17:00<aliaB>ok will try that as wekk
17:01<aliaB>*well
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17:01<Vishal_>In Magento I changed the ip address to the domain and then added ssl certificate, the website front end is okay, but admin panel has no graphics, just text - test.idiog.com
17:01<millisa>Vishal_: did you enabled the 'Use Secure URLs in Frontend' and 'Use Secure URLs in Admin' options in the System->Configuration section?
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17:02<millisa>aliaB: if you haven't been taking backups, you probably should tar up a copy of /var/lib/mysql before you try the steps down near the bottom of that posting
17:02<Vishal_>Not sure, I think no, I need to check if there is any option there by removing the ssl
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17:03<millisa>Vishal_: these: https://www.siteground.com/tutorials/magento/magento_ssl.htm
17:03<aliaB>Thats ok, i dont have any data there
17:03<aliaB>So on step 3 itself, i get the same dependancy error
17:04<millisa>when trying to remove the libmysqlclient?
17:04<aliaB>yes
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17:04<millisa>it's probably got dependencies from php and other places.
17:05<millisa>i'd be surprised if it's what's in the way.
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17:06<aliaB>Well, not sure
17:06<millisa>if you got the client/server pieces removed - make sure there's no mysql processes still running. if there are, just kill them.
17:06<aliaB>Cant get them removed
17:06<millisa>can't kill those processes?
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17:08<aliaB>I killed the processes, but still not able to remove the client
17:09<millisa>When you are removing libmysqlclient or mysql-client?
17:09<aliaB>same dependancy issue. https://bpaste.net/show/4001dc581a25
17:09<millisa>do the server: sudo dpkg -r mysql-server-5.7
17:10<aliaB>Same error
17:10<millisa>paste it please.
17:13<aliaB>https://bpaste.net/show/ef683a0a8584
17:14<millisa>do the server: sudo dpkg -r mysql-server
17:15<aliaB>I found a command to get rid of the dependancies, but now its agan stuck on that same 'Renaming removed key_buffer"issue
17:15<millisa>i dont know what step you are at now.
17:15<aliaB>Looks like all the apt-get commands are having that problem
17:16<aliaB>I tried to clean the dependancy issue
17:16<millisa>and you were unable to run the apt-get purge command at the end of it all?
17:17<millisa>no, that's not even the right question. what commands did you run. just paste the entirety from the output of hte dpkg -r mysql-server through to what you've done now.
17:17<millisa>the goal was to clean all the mysql-server references off, then clean up the old directory structure before you tried installing it again.
17:18<aliaB>I cant run
17:20<aliaB>It removes the -server command
17:20<aliaB>but not the -server 5.7
17:21<aliaB>https://bpaste.net/show/611b8e63e846
17:21<millisa>sudo dpkg -r mysql-server-5.7
17:22<aliaB>Yes that command worked
17:22<millisa>ok: sudo dpkg -r mysql-client
17:22<aliaB>yes..
17:22<millisa>ok: sudo dpkg -r mysql-client-5.7
17:23<aliaB>ya
17:23<millisa>sudo apt-get purge mysql-server mysql-client
17:23<aliaB>done
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17:24<millisa>great. lets get the old dirs and confs out of the way. mv /etc/mysql /etc/mysql.old
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17:24<aliaB>done
17:25<millisa>and: mv /var/lib/mysql /var/lib/mysql.old
17:25<aliaB>done
17:26<millisa>not 100% these are there, but if they are: mv /var/lib/mysql-files /var/lib/mysql-files.old and: mv /var/lib/mysql-keyring /var/lib/mysql-keyring.old
17:26<Vishal_>@millisa I am on Magento 2, now figuring out how to remove let's encypt ssl.
17:26<millisa>aliaB: and lets just move the mysql logs out of the way so we are sure we aren't looking at old ones: mv /var/log/mysql /var/log/mysql.old
17:26<aliaB>done both
17:27<millisa>now, make absolutely sure we have no mysql stuff running: ps aux|grep mysql
17:27<aliaB>yup, nothing running
17:28<millisa>ok, apt-get update
17:28<aliaB>only the grep command
17:28<millisa>actually, lets throw an 'apt-get clean' in front (if you already ran the update command it's fine, run it again after the clean command'
17:29<aliaB>done both
17:29<millisa>ok, lets give it a shot: apt-get install mysql-server
17:29<aliaB>fingers crossed
17:30<aliaB>Oh yes!
17:30<millisa>that sounds positive.
17:30<aliaB>yes
17:31<millisa>assuming you got through that. put the mysql client back: apt-get install mysql-client
17:31<aliaB>ok wait
17:32<aliaB>wait, something popped up
17:32<aliaB>again
17:32<aliaB>https://bpaste.net/show/e2f03135c16f
17:32<aliaB>the entire apt-get install mysql-server
17:33<millisa>hrm. looks like it depends on /etc/mysql/mysqlcnf already existing
17:34<aliaB>i had deleted that file few hours ago
17:34<aliaB>following some article
17:34<millisa>well, we moved the whole directory out of the way
17:35<aliaB>oh yeah
17:35<millisa>looking to see if there's a clean/easy way to put it back
17:35<aliaB>sure, thanks alot for helping
17:35<millisa>looks like mysql-common might be what puts it there.
17:36<aliaB>mysql-common
17:36<aliaB>will run this?
17:36<aliaB>what about the stack link you found, should i give it a shot running those commands?
17:37<aliaB>https://askubuntu.com/questions/773287/how-to-repair-corrupt-package-installation-mysql
17:37<millisa>i'm assuming if we managed to get that removed and put back it'd probably recreate the directory - i just doubt it'll let you get rid of it without getting rid of lots of other things
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17:37<aliaB>um okay..
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17:38<millisa>if you do: apt-get remove mysql-common
17:38<millisa>does it try to remove lots of other things?
17:38<aliaB>let me try i guess
17:39<millisa>if it just has the mysql-server/mysql-client packages listed, then go ahead and run it
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17:39<aliaB>https://bpaste.net/show/ca5fc0a3aecd
17:39<millisa>oh. well that's not awful. say yes.
17:40<aliaB>ya done
17:40<millisa>ok, put mysql-common back: apt-get install mysql-common
17:41<aliaB>ah, same alternative path issue
17:41<millisa>hm.
17:41<aliaB>sudo dpkg -r mysql?
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17:41<aliaB>sudo apt-get install mysql mysql-client* mysql-server*?
17:42<aliaB>from that forum
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17:43<millisa>mm. would rather just do one package at a time to keep troubleshooting simple.
17:43<millisa>try: apt-get -o Dpkg::Options::="--force-confmiss" install --reinstall mysql-common
17:44<aliaB>E: Internal Error, No file name for mysql-common:amd64
17:46<millisa>same error if you do: apt-get -o Dpkg::Options::="--force-confmiss" install mysql-common ?
17:47<aliaB>Same alternaive path errort
17:48<aliaB>maybe we can just install that file
17:50<millisa>(still looking, i see a bug report for a year ago with this error)
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17:53<aliaB>okay
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17:56<aliaB>found anything?
17:57<millisa>only that other people have run into it
17:57<millisa>I guess try putting that /etc/mysql.old directory back and maybe it'll get past the error or at least hit an error that has a solution.
17:57<millisa>mv /etc/mysql.old /etc/mysql
17:58<millisa>(one of the pastes had what looked like a config file problem, so I guess we'll try to fix that)
17:58<aliaB>okay, did that
17:58<millisa>after putting the /etc/mysql dir back, try doing the: apt-get install mysql-common and paste the reults if it fails
17:59<MajObviousman>have you ever considered that your shit might be haunted?
17:59<aliaB>still the same alternative error
17:59*MajObviousman makes the sign of the cross over aliaB's system and moves on, shaking head
17:59<millisa>go ahead and paste it
17:59<aliaB>Lol
18:00<aliaB>https://bpaste.net/show/608957a76c49
18:00<millisa>not the same file
18:01<aliaB>eh?
18:01<millisa>create the /etc/mysql/my.cnf.fallback file. try putting this in it (hopefully it's the same at 16.10):
18:01<millisa>https://bpaste.net/show/1eceb6fb003a
18:02<millisa>on my system, my.cnf.fallback looks just like my.cnf
18:02<cnf>sshhh, it's ok
18:03<aliaB>you mean create the my.cnf file in alternative?
18:03<millisa>create the /etc/mysql/my.cnf.fallback file
18:03<millisa>cnf: sorry! :)
18:03<cnf>:P
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18:12<MajObviousman>cnf: unfortunate naming
18:12<cnf>yeah, whoever names a config file cnf, silly
18:17<dwfreed>hysterical raisins
18:19<aliaB>Sorry, there was a problem
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18:19<aliaB>Yes i've added the file
18:19<Vishal_>@millisa - Thanks for the solution, it is done and working
18:19<millisa>Vishal_: great!
18:20<millisa>aliaB: after putting the fallback file there, does apt-get install mysql-common still error (if so, new paste)
18:20<Vishal_>You saved me 2nd time in two days.
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18:21<aliaB>It doesnt show the error, finally
18:21<dwfreed>!point millisa
18:21<linbot>dwfreed: Point given to millisa. (19)
18:21<millisa>well, if mysql-common succeeeded, try the apt-get install mysql-server
18:21<millisa>(and if it errors, paste the output)
18:22<aliaB>https://bpaste.net/show/5715f4dcf243
18:22<aliaB>errors
18:24<aliaB>maybe i should just create that file mysql.cnf
18:25<millisa>I'm not sure; my one ubuntu box doesn't have it and install mysql-common/server/client don't create it
18:26<aliaB>hmm
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18:28<aliaB>So what now?
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18:29<millisa>I've only found two mentions of that file - one on askubuntu, one on reddit.
18:30<millisa>I guess you could try just creating an empty one? touch /etc/mysql/mysql.cnf
18:32<aliaB>Yes now it installed without errors
18:32<aliaB>after creating the empty one
18:32<millisa>well, try the client then. apt-get install mysql-client
18:32<millisa>(as far as I know, the main conf is /etc/mysql/my.cnf, not sure what that other file is about)
18:32<aliaB>yes insalled that
18:33<millisa>is mysql running? ps aux |grep mysql
18:33<aliaB>yes
18:34<millisa>lets see that ps output in a paste
18:34<aliaB>https://bpaste.net/show/b060bc085531
18:34<millisa>don't see any of the postinstall things running, so I guess that's good.
18:35<millisa>can you connect to it with the mysql command now?
18:36<aliaB>service mysql start?
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18:38<millisa>that ps output looks like it's already running. just 'mysql' or 'mysql -p' if you set your password
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18:44<aliaB>Wait im checking, something weird
18:44<WiReDWoLF>hello
18:45<aliaB>Is it possible to contunue tme @milissa?
18:45<aliaB>*continue
18:46<arlen>WiReDWoLF: hello
18:46<aliaB>Idk why its showing access denied
18:47<aliaB>100% sure im using the correct pw
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18:51<MJCS>caker: root is posting links to a torjan javascript file fyi
18:51<WiReDWoLF>I was already at that location today - I am relatively new to API's - not really sure how to incorporate
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18:52<MJCS>thanks
18:53<MJCS>Those links were triggering my Anti virus
18:53<@mcintosh>you're welcome
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20:00<pharaun>oh
20:00*pharaun wants to copy and paste the eicar signature in here
20:00<pharaun>:3
20:01<dwfreed>pharaun: it's amazing how many AVs don't implement the EICAR test correctly
20:01<pharaun>:O
20:04<dwfreed>pharaun: they look for the signature anywhere, where as EICAR mandates that they should only look for it at the beginning
20:04<dwfreed>s/where as/whereas/
20:04<pharaun>ahhh
20:05<pharaun>i never noticed (then again i've only ever used broken avs)
20:05<pharaun>so didn't know they were supposed to doat the start
20:07<Peng>So, post it at midnight when people's logs rotate? :D
20:08<dwfreed>Peng: as in, it must be the very first thing to appear in the file
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