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00:00<nate>I think they kinda took your question in the wrong way
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00:08<digwanderlust>hi, anyone here that can answer a newb linode billing question?
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00:08<arlen>yup
00:09<arlen>!ask
00:09<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/
00:09<digwanderlust>the site lists a per hour cost. Does that mean I can shut the server off and only pay for the hours I use?
00:09<arlen>you're charged for the hours it exists
00:09<arlen>so you'd need to completely delete the server to not be charged
00:09<digwanderlust>ah, so powering off won't do it you have to tear it down too?
00:10<digwanderlust>gotcha
00:10<arlen>correct
00:10<arlen>because resources are being reserved when it's off
00:10<digwanderlust>is there a cost for tearing down/setting up?
00:10<Peng>No.
00:10<arlen>no
00:10<digwanderlust>so if I had a host I only used for 2 weeks out of the month for example on a $10/month plan would I only get charged $5?
00:11<digwanderlust>assuming I tore it down.
00:11<Peng>Yes.
00:11<digwanderlust>cool, thanks
00:11<digwanderlust>how long does it take to bring up a new host?
00:11<arlen>seconds
00:11<digwanderlust>awesome
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00:14<arlen> !point Peng
00:14<arlen>:-/
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00:43<FluffyFoxeh>http://www.fastquake.com/images/screen-dlburn-20170520-004052.png
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00:44<Zimsky>nate: they did, yes
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01:01<@mcintosh>!point Peng
01:01<linbot>mcintosh: Point given to peng. (13)
01:01<@mcintosh>:p
01:01<FluffyFoxeh>!point mcintosh
01:01<linbot>FluffyFoxeh: Point given to mcintosh. (9)
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01:47<arlen>!point Peng
01:47<linbot>arlen: Point given to peng. (14)
01:47<arlen>linbot doesn't hate me anymore
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01:52<dwfreed>arlen: you had a space at the front the first time
01:52<dwfreed>2017-05-20 04:14:18 < arlen> !point Peng
01:53<arlen>ahh I did
01:53<arlen>stupid fingers
02:00*dcraig tickles arlen around a bit with a large swamp-eel
02:01*dcraig tickles dwfreed around a bit with a large muskellunge
02:02*arlen high fives dcraig
02:02<dcraig>yay
02:03<arlen>🙋🏻‍♂️
02:03<dcraig>omg
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03:52<linbot>New news from forum: Email/SMTP Related Forum • Can't send mail to Microsoft accounts. <https://forum.linode.com/viewtopic.php?t=13414&p=73551#p73551> || Email/SMTP Related Forum • Gmail Still Says My Postfix/Dovecot Emails Are Insecure <https://forum.linode.com/viewtopic.php?t=14022&p=73550#p73550> || Email/SMTP Related Forum • hello <https://forum.linode.com/viewtopic.php?t=14811&p=73549#p73549>
04:03<Zimsky>I can probably predict the answers to those issues based on the titles alone
04:07<scotti>yah pretty much
04:16<Woet>i dont know why no one does anything about the spam bots
04:16<Woet>its been a problem forever
04:20<Peng>Vote Sweet Meteor of Death 2018. The only candidate that promises to stop spam at the source, guaranteed.
04:24<Zimsky>peng, you mean a meteorite
04:24<Zimsky>a "meteor" is not what you think it means
04:32<Passerby>He meant a giant meteor that impacts the moon, sending it hurdling towards Earth.
04:32<Zimsky>"hurdling"
04:32<Zimsky>and again, meteor is not what you think it means
04:33<Peng>Zimsky: I don't argue the terminology of astrology with a trillion tonnes of rock coming to destory my world
04:33<Zimsky>>astrology
04:33<Peng>O:)
04:33<Zimsky>that straw man must be horribly disfigured.
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05:06<rsdehart>at some point in its trajectory the meteorite is indeed a meteor
05:07<rsdehart>and since the fact that it becomes a meteorite is given, it's indeed deadly
05:08*rsdehart arlens dcraig with a large linbot
05:18<Zimsky>rsdehart: nay
05:18<arlen>xD
05:18<Zimsky>rsdehart: it starts out as a meteoroid
05:18<Zimsky>when it passes through the atmosphere and subsequently hits the earth it is a meteorite
05:19<arlen>the more you know
05:19<Zimsky>a "meteor" is the light shone when it's burning in the atmosphere
05:20<rsdehart>no, it's the object emitting the light
05:20<Zimsky>peng, I'd much rather die from a combination of high doses of potassium chloride and morphine
05:20<rsdehart>Zimsky: I don't think any less of you for not knowing that
05:21<rsdehart>I do think a bit less of you for being smug about it, though
05:21<Zimsky>rsdehart: nope
05:22<Zimsky>plus, I'm never smug about anything
05:23<rsdehart>Ok
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05:23<nyuszika7h>just wondering... why does the pricing site say "1000 Mbps" rather than "1 Gbps"? is that marketing like .99 prices elsewhere (that Linode doesn't have now)?
05:23<nyuszika7h>s/site/page/
05:24<nyuszika7h>(well except this makes it seem bigger not smaller)
05:24<Peng>They used to have plans that were below 1000 Mbps. Could just be historical reasons
05:24<rsdehart>Maybe the hardware is only rate for 1000 Mbps
05:24<rsdehart>*rated
05:25<nyuszika7h>1 Gbps IS 1000 Mbps
05:25<nyuszika7h>network speeds use multiples of 1000
05:25<Peng>nyuszika7h: Maybe for you!
05:25<Peng>Some people use gibibits and like it
05:25<nyuszika7h>at least when measured in bits
05:25<nyuszika7h>Peng: yes but there's bascially no confusion when you say "*bit" unlike "*byte"
05:25<nyuszika7h>*basically
05:26<nyuszika7h>besides, units like MiB look okay but Mibps or Mibit/s is just weird
05:26<Peng>Linode: 0.978 Gibps
05:27<nyuszika7h>that's 1.05 Gbps
05:27<Peng>0.977 or 0.98*
05:27<grawity>I'm gonna call [citation needed] on that claim about network speeds
05:27<Peng>Which claim?
05:27<nyuszika7h>but if they actually guarantee a minimum of 1000 Mbps then they're probably connected to at least 10 Gbit Ethernet
05:27<Zimsky>nyuszika7h: because it was probably something written by whoever wrote that part of the site at 3 am and wasn't thinking about it, and it never really mattered so no one ever flagged it to be changed
05:27<nyuszika7h>because with normal gigabit Ethernet max practical speeds are like 940 Mbps due to overhead
05:28<Peng>nyuszika7h: Hosts have 40 Gbps
05:28<nyuszika7h>100 Gbit Ethernet then I guess, because they come in multiples of 10
05:28<nyuszika7h>but anyway yeah you're right it has to be
05:28<Peng>It's not 100 Gbps Ethernet
05:28<nyuszika7h>what are they using then
05:28<nyuszika7h>is it not Ethernet
05:28<Peng>...I think...
05:28<nyuszika7h>they can still limit the speed you get
05:28<rsdehart>nyuszika7h: pull requests welcome, I'm sure
05:28<nyuszika7h>the site is open source? :O
05:29<rsdehart>the documentation is on github, I thought
05:29<nyuszika7h>I mean like, you could see the source anyway, but in the sense that it's up for PRs
05:29<nyuszika7h>well I haven't used Linode in a while and still fine with my current server elsewhere atm so excuse me for not knowing that :P
05:29<rsdehart>cool story
05:30<nyuszika7h>but if I ever need to move I'll probably go for Linode, it's pretty cool how they did resource doubling over the years
05:30<nyuszika7h>back when I had one it was like $40/month for 1 GB, and then I think I was still with them after the first doubling
05:31<Peng>Hm... back in the 2013 blog post each host might've only been 2 or 4 Gbps
05:32*Peng opens the 2014 blog post
05:32<millisa>(for giggles, just did an iperf test between two linodes in the same dc over their public ipv4 address. 1.10Gbit/sec)
05:32<Peng>Ouch. Use IPv6 or private IPs! :P
05:33<nyuszika7h>oh 40 Gbit Ethernet is actually a thing, TIL
05:34<nyuszika7h>...but one host doesn't host just one VM, does it
05:34<millisa>yeah. nics are about 4-5 hundred bucks
05:34<nyuszika7h>as far as I can see 100 Gbit Ethernet is the max they have actually and not just in plans atm
05:34<nyuszika7h>oh wait
05:35<nyuszika7h>"In 2016, several networking equipment suppliers were already offering proprietary solutions for 200G and 400G.[2]"
05:35<nyuszika7h>meanwhile here our ISP decided to lay fiber in a relatively small city
05:35<nyuszika7h>1000/200 is a pretty big step up from shitty 10/0.5 ADSL
05:36<nyuszika7h>http://beta.speedtest.net/result/6282953220.png
05:36<nyuszika7h>had to wire the laptops over Ethernet to get reasonable speeds
05:37<rsdehart>it is a big step up indeed
05:37<rsdehart>I'm looking forward to running cat6 to my office
05:37<nyuszika7h>with 802.11n they only get around 100 Mbps over Wi-Fi, and even my phone on 802.11ac 5 GHz only gets at most around 200 Mbps (and download is more like 80-150 Mbps while upload goes up to 210 Mbps)
05:38<rsdehart>but in fairness, I don't actually download giant things that often
05:38<nyuszika7h>I'm just using cat5e ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
05:39<nyuszika7h>also now that I have a gigabit connection ExpressVPN's claims of being the "fastest" turn out to be not really true
05:39<nyuszika7h>only 80 Mbps even to their Hungarian server, and 20 Mbps to their US one
05:39<nyuszika7h>but oh well, it works for Netflix which is my main use
05:40<nyuszika7h>20 Mbps is more than enough for 1080p
05:44<Zimsky>depends on framerate
05:52<Woet>the human eye cant see more than 30 fps anyways
05:54<nyuszika7h>I thought it can't see more than 24?
05:54<grawity>it can notice the difference between 30 and 60 however
05:54<grawity>even if it can't distinguish every frame
05:56<grawity>CRTs used to go up to 120 Hz because running them at anything lower than ~75 is like staring into a stroboscope
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06:19<Zimsky>Woet: it's actually closer to 60
06:20<Woet>thats what the console haters want you to believe
06:20<Zimsky>most can very much tell the difference between 30 and 60
06:20<Zimsky>console haters?
06:20<Zimsky>oh, games
06:21<rsdehart>"psh"
06:22<Zimsky>ACK,SYN
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06:29<v_s>jj
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07:02<linbot>New news from forum: Sales Questions and Answers • Writing an articles/guides for Linode <https://forum.linode.com/viewtopic.php?t=12238&p=73553#p73553> || Sales Questions and Answers • cannot select Tokyo? <https://forum.linode.com/viewtopic.php?t=11896&p=73552#p73552>
07:04<Woet>zzzz
07:16<scotti>Woet: Wake Up Sir
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08:31<GeorgeJetson>On my debian system, I did `sudo dpkg-reconfigure tzdata` and set US/Eastern as my timezone. It is 8:31am here, but when I type date I get Sat May 20 12:29:47 EDT 2017
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08:33<monday12>hello how can i make payment with bitcoin
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08:35<monday12>hi
08:40<Woet>what makes you think linode accepts bitcoin?
08:41<Zimsky>monday12: buy linode out and introduce it as a payment method
08:44<monday12>i don know i only ask if your company accept bitcoin
08:45<Zimsky>it's not my company
08:45<Zimsky>my company doesn't offer any products or services
08:45<Zimsky>linode only accepts EFT, cheque and paypal
08:46<monday12>what is eft
08:47<Zimsky>electronic fund transfer
08:47<Zimsky>credit/debit cards
08:48<dzho>!to monday12 ops
08:48<linbot>monday12: Users with ops are employees of Linode, and know what they're talking about. The rest of us are the ever-so-helpful(?) community. Official Linode contact information: https://www.linode.com/contact
08:48<monday12>oh ok
08:48<Zimsky>!dzho
08:50<Woet>GeorgeJetson: sync your clock
08:50*Zimsky sinks Woet
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09:03<linbot>New news from forum: Customer Testimonials • Thank you $5/month 1GB Linode benchmarks <https://forum.linode.com/viewtopic.php?t=14563&p=73555#p73555> || Feature Request/Bug Report • DNSSEC support <https://forum.linode.com/viewtopic.php?t=14479&p=73554#p73554>
09:04<Zimsky>https://web.archive.org/web/20141130230315/http://www.scroogled.com/Home
09:04<Zimsky>ah microsoft
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11:03<linbot>New news from forum: Web Servers and Web App Development • PHP 5.6 CentOS 7 <https://forum.linode.com/viewtopic.php?t=14809&p=73556#p73556>
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11:30<JamesToyko2>Anyone experiencing weirdness with network in Tokyo2?
11:30<Peng>:(
11:31<JamesToyko2>Peng: like my rdns?
11:31<Peng>Very much!
11:32<JamesToyko2>It's a perl script using PowerDNS's pipe backend
11:33<Zimsky>wow look at you JamesToyko2
11:33<Zimsky>quick lettuce bow before ye
11:34<@jfred>JamesToyko2: what network weirdness are you seeing?
11:34<Zimsky>I daresay * JamesTK has quit (Ping timeout: 480 seconds)
11:34<JamesToyko2>jfred: Well, my linode was inaccessible for approximately 53 minutes. It's resolved now though
11:35<JamesToyko2>Got a push notification from UptimeRobot, and my IRC broke too...
11:37<Peng>I did an A query for node-xjzm0jh9fdlvw.syd-elf.v6.for-no-reason.net. It was not fast. :<
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11:38<JamesTK>Miss me?
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11:38<Zimsky>no
11:38<Peng>Very much!
11:38<JamesToyko2>Peng: depending on which vps you hit, it won't be fast anyway
11:38<Zimsky>PizzaTK
11:39<Zimsky>JamesTeaK
11:39<Peng>Then i did an AAAA query and it was fast
11:39<Zimsky>what if you do a PENG query
11:39<JamesTK>Oh it shouldn't return a result for an A?
11:39<Peng>JamesToyko2: it doesn
11:39<JamesTK>:P
11:39<Peng>JamesToyko2: it doesn't, of course. But it takes a long time to return no result.
11:39<JamesTK>hmmm
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11:40<Peng>3-41 seconds. :>
11:40<Zimsky>JamesTK: it actually servfailed
11:40<Peng>36 seconds, to be fair
11:40<JamesTK>that's probably not supposed to happen
11:40<Zimsky>I got an RRSIG the second time though
11:40<Peng>38*
11:40<Zimsky>but nothing else
11:41<Zimsky>your dns is broken
11:41<Zimsky>you should probably knock off a policeman's hat
11:42<Peng>Maybe it's slower at signing negative responses?
11:42<Zimsky>you don't sign negative responses though
11:43<Peng>Well.. you can
11:43<JamesTK>jfred: so I guess it's whatever Ticket 8016860 is related to
11:44<JamesTK>Odd that lish still worked... unless there is a dedicated port for OOB access
11:44<Zimsky>jamestk.really.loves.wangs.for-no-reason.net. 3599 IN AAAA ::1
11:44<Zimsky>wow
11:44<JamesTK>*.for-no-reason.net IN A 127.0.0.1
11:44<JamesTK>*.for-no-reason.net IN AAAA ::1
11:45<@jfred>JamesTK: Yep, heh - I'm actually working on that one now. If you're already back up you should be good at this point.
11:45<JamesTK>I've seen it break some things though
11:45<JamesTK>jfred: thanks, yeah, all back up now :)
11:45<Zimsky>nsa-proxy.github.com. 29 IN CNAME github.map.fastly.net.
11:49<JamesTK>I'm having more fun with getting my $300 Fitbit replaced under warranty... the replacement came in the mail, works less than the one it's supposed to replace :O
11:50<Zimsky>replacements are usually refurb broken originals
11:50<@jfred>I'm still miffed about them buying Pebble and promptly shutting down production
11:51<@jfred>RIP Pebble
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11:51<Zimsky>what
11:51<Zimsky>what
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11:51<Ranjeet>Hey Guys I am facing DDOS attack
11:51<Zimsky>jfred when did this happen
11:51<Ranjeet>Please help me to solve it
11:52<dwfreed>jfred: I just had to buy a new pebble time from somebody through Amazon because I dropped mine on a marble floor and it didn't survive
11:52<Ranjeet>Load average is 100+
11:52<@jfred>Zimsky: about 6 months ago
11:52<Ranjeet>Even I am not able execute any command.
11:52<Zimsky>whaaaaaaaaaaaaat
11:52<dwfreed>that's not necessarily a DDoS, sounds more like you're swapping to hell and back
11:52<Zimsky>that's mental
11:53<@jfred>dwfreed: yeah I got myself a PTS recently just in case my Pebble Time breaks
11:53<Ranjeet>I am not able execute any single command
11:53<Ranjeet>please help me to solve this
11:53<dwfreed>look at your graphs in the Linode Manager; is there a visible red line on the I/O graph?
11:54<dwfreed>jfred: I should probably order a second one just in case
11:54<dwfreed>I'm just sad because this one was kickstarter edition
11:58<Zimsky>I tried to order pebbles twice on two separate occasions and they couldn't process my card for some reason
11:58<Zimsky>so I gave up
11:58<Zimsky>then later realised smartwatches are kind of silly
11:58*jfred likes smartwatches :>
11:59<JamesTK>I like my fitbit, i just want one that works :(
12:00<Zimsky>the only use I can think for them is when I have my phone in my waterproof pouch in one of my pockets and I'm out on a job
12:00<Ranjeet>Please see my graph https://www.awesomescreenshot.com/image/2514428/b040bb9764ea15b6d37391f5a3fbef1f
12:00<Zimsky>the nature of the work being that I'm usually in water or around water
12:01<Zimsky>and then I could see messages or calls coming in on the watch and determine if it's something important
12:01<@jfred>I just like the notifications, so I can see what they are without pulling out my phone
12:01<@jfred>^ that
12:01<JamesTK>Zimsky: you have a ... job?
12:01<dwfreed>Ranjeet: yep, you're OOMing
12:01<Zimsky>JamesTK: I have multiple jobs
12:01<JamesTK>:O
12:02<JamesTK>I start a new job next month
12:02<Ranjeet>How I can solve it?
12:02<JamesTK>should be <3
12:02<dwfreed>Ranjeet: lish might allow you to see what in particular is using all of your memory (by the OOM kill messages)
12:02<Zimsky>JamesTK: otherchan
12:02<Ranjeet>Now when I stopped httpd its fine
12:03<Ranjeet>I am not expert Admin. :(
12:03<Ranjeet>Please guide me to solve it
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12:08<Zimsky>Woet: now's your time
12:08<Woet>is it
12:08<@jfred>Ranjeet: You might want to adjust your Apache configuration to not allow as many simultaneous requests - Apache creates threads for new connections, which use memory, and if you run out of RAM you'll start swapping (and eventually OOMing if you keep using more)
12:09<Ranjeet>When I start httpd load average start increasing
12:09<@jfred>We have a guide with some tips here (in particular you'll want to look at MaxClients): https://www.linode.com/docs/web-servers/apache-tips-and-tricks/tuning-your-apache-server
12:11<@jfred>(The Worker MPM is the default on Debian anyway IIRC, not sure about CentOS and friends)
12:12<dwfreed>jfred: except when using mod_php, which requires the prefork MPM
12:12<dwfreed>because mod_php is not threadsafe
12:12<@jfred>ah, heh
12:12<@jfred>right
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12:18<Ranjeet>hey guys I am not able to solve
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12:22<Zimsky>dwfreed: but is it blendsafe?
12:22<Zimsky>will it blend?
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15:55<Woet>you're late Eugene
15:55<Eugene>Its Saturday
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16:12<Kvi>yo guys why can't i create a linode in sydney
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16:20<Shahzoor>Hello people! I couldn't find a guide to setup a FTP and FTP accounts at Linode KB.
16:20<Shahzoor>Can someone help if there is one at Linode?
16:20<grawity>it's not a Linode-specific thing though
16:21<grawity>you have a Linux server, you install e.g. vsftpd on it, and so on
16:21<Shahzoor>Yeah, I would like to follow from Linode's guide if there is. Or else I have found from other website, (DigitalOcean)
16:21<grawity>not sure which one is popular these days
16:21<grawity>in fact "don't use FTP" is probably the most popular one
16:21<Shahzoor>Cool. Thanks.
16:21<Shahzoor>HAHA
16:21<grawity>for general file uploads, you already have SFTP via ssh
16:21<grawity>(WinSCP, FileZilla, &c. will support it)
16:22<Shahzoor>Yes I do. Hmm, ok. Help me to find the command to list sftp users.
16:22<Shahzoor>I do have 'root' account for that. But dont want to use 'root'
16:22<grawity>they're identical to OS users – `useradd` to create them; `adduser` is simpler if it exists
16:23<grawity>`lslogins -u` or `cat /etc/passwd` to list them all
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16:23<Shahzoor>Thanks grawity
16:24<Shahzoor>This is my first time at Linode IRC. This is best! I thought I would write a stupid ticket for this.
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16:24<grawity>for that matter, I think many FTP/FTPS daemons also default to using OS accounts (unless you configure them otherwise)
16:25<Shahzoor>Hunting into it. I will learn something
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16:25<Shahzoor>Got it.
16:25<Shahzoor>How helpful are you guys here in chat? You won't mind answering 'dummy' questions?
16:26<grawity>it varies
16:26<grawity>different time of day, different people around
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16:35<Shahzoor>Hello again. What is the command line to list the directories and file that displays chmod for each? Like 'ls -l'
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16:39<@jfred>Shahzoor: You mean the octal permissions for each directory? E.g. 0755 instead of rwxr-xr-x?
16:39<Shahzoor>Yes. in 0755 666 format
16:39<@jfred>I don't believe 'ls' can do it, but you can get that info with 'stat'
16:40<@jfred>not quite as clean if you need to run that on a whole directory though
16:40<Shahzoor>Ok. Stat and....... $ stat xxx
16:41<Shahzoor>stat --help is confusing hehe
16:41<@jfred>stat and the filename you want to look at - e.g. for a single file you could do 'stat <filename>', or for everything in the dir you could do 'stat *'
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16:42<Shahzoor>Oh man theres a lot of info. Thanks!
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16:43<@jfred>no problem :)
16:44<@mcintosh>never really occured to me that ls didn't have a flag for that
16:44<@mcintosh>seems silly
16:44<@jfred>you can probably get just the permissions with -c, I'd need to dig through the man page to find the right format code though heh
16:45<@jfred>found it - "stat -c '%a' <filename>"
16:45<@jfred>mcintosh: yeah heh, usually not a problem if you know how to convert to the octal representation, but it'd be useful for scripts
16:46<@jfred>(though stat is fine for that too)
16:46<@jfred>"stat -c '%n %a'" if you also want the filename in the output
16:47<Shahzoor>Did: $ stat -c '%a' *. Just chmods lol. no filenames or directories
16:48<Shahzoor>ls should have a column for chmods !
16:48<@jfred>it does, just in a different format
16:49<Shahzoor>Yeah. rw--rw format. Not yet familiar with those. I will take time
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17:18<Kvi>any idea where sydney, australia is
17:18<Kvi>for linode
17:20<hawk>Kvi: What do you mean?
17:20<Kvi>it's not letting me place a new linode in Australia
17:21<Kvi>like that location is not a option
17:22<Kvi>nvm
17:22<Kvi>i was dreaming
17:22<hawk>I don't believe there has ever been a Sydney or Australia DC for Linode?
17:22<Kvi>lol
17:22<Kvi>yeah lol
17:22<Kvi>thx
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18:55<Zimsky><Kvi> any idea where sydney, australia is
18:55<Zimsky>DOWN UNDER MATE
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19:21<arlen>!point Zimsky
19:21<linbot>arlen: Point given to zimsky. (6)
19:22<Zimsky>though really
19:22<Zimsky>it should be, DOWN UNDER, CUNT
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19:22<arlen>oi
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19:45<linbot>New news from forum: Web Servers and Web App Development • PHP 5.6 CentOS 7 <https://forum.linode.com/viewtopic.php?t=14809&p=73559#p73559>
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19:46<Zimsky>arlen: oi cunt wtf u think ye fuckin doin boi
19:46<Zimsky>something something vegemite
19:47<arlen>a dingo ate your baby
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19:58<jason>hello
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19:59<jason>what is my linode instance configuration
19:59<arlen>whatever you want it to be
20:00<jason>very cool
20:00<arlen>indeed
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20:02*jason slaps millisa around a bit with a large fishbot
20:04<jason>you guys have a very good support team, response is very fast
20:04<jason>thank you
20:05<linbot>New news from forum: Web Servers and Web App Development • Need help setting up Fail2Ban <https://forum.linode.com/viewtopic.php?t=14807&p=73560#p73560>
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20:29<Sputnik7>linode is best node
20:38<dcraig>nuh uhh
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20:41<Swabby>Hello. Is there a recommended guide on optimizing the VPS for optimal Wordpress? i.e. Redis, etc?
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23:56<nhi9x>hello!
23:56<nhi9x>are you here!
23:56<Peng>Hi
23:57<nhi9x>Help please
23:57<Peng>What's wrong?
23:57<nhi9x>I bought from you but it still does not work?
23:57<nhi9x>help me?
23:58<nhi9x>Linode.com: Payment Receipt [5963188]
23:58<Peng>What doesn't work? What does it do?
23:59<nhi9x>I can not administrator
23:59<yuicat>nhi9x: Check out https://www.linode.com/docs/getting-started
23:59<nhi9x>https://manager.linode.com/account/pending
23:59<yuicat>That'll provide you the steps to get up and running
23:59<yuicat>Oh, your account needs to be activated first
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