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01:12<linbot>New news from forum: Web Servers and Web App Development • Advantages of PHP Web Development <https://forum.linode.com/viewtopic.php?t=9040&p=74167#p74167>
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02:42<FluffyFoxeh>I went to the place with the trains
02:42<FluffyFoxeh>didn't see any trains
02:42<FluffyFoxeh>the trains are a lie
02:42<MrPPS>sounds like you went to a place without the trains
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02:43<FluffyFoxeh>I was told there would be trains there
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02:44<arlen>there is no train
02:44<FluffyFoxeh>I reached the same conclusion
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03:13<ESphynx>do Linodes have GPUs?
03:13<Celti>No.
03:14<Nightmeare>soooo no bitcoin mining .p
03:15<ESphynx>well bitcoin mining is not what I had in mind but definitely was hoping for GPUs :P
03:15<Celti>There are more CUDA tasks in the world than bitcoin mining
03:15<ESphynx>wasn't even thinking CUDA! just good old GL :)
03:15<ESphynx>what's a nice alternative then?
03:15<Celti>Fair enough. Either way, they won't fly on Linode.
03:15<ESphynx>that really sucks.
03:16<Celti>AWS has "Elastic GPUs" or whatever they named the service
03:16<ESphynx>right I meant what's a cheaper alternative to AWS :P
03:16<Celti>Hahaha
03:16<Cromulent>yep was just going to link that - click on Accelerated here https://aws.amazon.com/ec2/instance-types/
03:16<Cromulent>sorry Accelerated Computing even
03:16<ESphynx>well maybe it will mean setting up my own servers and serving it from my Linode
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03:17<Celti>https://www.paperspace.com/ — looked at these guys?
03:18<Celti>Know nothing about them but they came up on a search.
03:18<ESphynx>Celti: cool! thanks.
03:22<Nightmeare>EC Servers are quite awsome, scale up by day and scale down by night. no need to pay for full scale 24/7
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03:23<ESphynx>right
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04:02<sean>hi, I'd a vps with ipv6 support. do u have any suggestion? Thx
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04:03<arlen>sean: all Linode's have IPv6
04:03<montigny34>hello
04:03<arlen>hi
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04:03<sean>got u, thanks a log arlen
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04:03<montigny34>Would somebody be able to help me create an key pair for my centos 7 server by any chance?
04:03<arlen>welcome
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04:04<montigny34>I'm have frustrating issues lol
04:04<arlen>montigny34: https://www.linode.com/docs/security/use-public-key-authentication-with-ssh
04:04<montigny34>I've followed that tutorial as well as the putty one
04:04<montigny34>It works for my root user, but it won't work with any other user
04:05<arlen>follow the uploading keys section for the second user
04:06<arlen>need to do that for each user you want to login
04:06<montigny34>I've done that :(
04:06<montigny34>I have a user called roosters for example which is part of the wheel group
04:06<montigny34>i create his own .ssh folder
04:06<montigny34>set permissions
04:06<montigny34>created a key with putty
04:06<montigny34>uploaded it to authorized_keys
04:07<montigny34>but the server keeps refusing the public key
04:08<montigny34>refuses the private key sorry**
04:16<montigny34>I just did those steps
04:16<montigny34>server refused key again :/
04:19<@jchun>That sounds a lot like you have incorrect permissions on your authorized_keys
04:20<@jchun>Try chmodding authorized keys to 600 or 644
04:20<@jchun>(and making sure the file owner is correct)
04:21<montigny34>if i'm logged in as roosters (not root)
04:21<montigny34>i do the chmod with rosters on the directory in his home folder and inside his .ssh correct??
04:24<montigny34>that didnt help
04:28<montigny34>WOAH
04:28<montigny34>Ièm confused
04:28<montigny34>I'm confused... all of a sudden it started working?
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04:35<|Night|>but it works, rember to disable login as root. there is nooo need to be able to login as root
04:47<Ikaros>Ok you don't ALWAYS have to do that.
04:49<Ikaros>I've seen distributions of OpenSSH shift their default to 'without-password', which makes sense.
04:53<|Night|>indeed,
04:54<|Night|>I just set up my config so that i can ssh name and go right in no username or password
04:58<Ikaros>But yeah I specifically mention root logins in general.
04:59<Ikaros>Some distros will default to without-password in OpenSSH, some actually go and disable the root account entirely and give the first user created during installation access to do root things with sudo (I believe Ubuntu does this by default)
05:00<Ikaros>Either approach is much safer than letting root login remotely via password
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05:08<jjj>hi
05:08<jjj>how can i stop my subscription?
05:08<MrPPS>jjj: cancel any active linode's
05:08<MrPPS>you will stop being billed :0
05:08<MrPPS>:) **
05:08<jjj>how?
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05:09<MrPPS>From the linode manager, click "remove" or "delete"
05:09<MrPPS>jjj: do you need a screenshot?
05:09<jjj>i just need to click the "Remove" for Disk and Dashboard?
05:09<jjj>yes please
05:10<MrPPS>One moment then, I'll get you a screenshot
05:12<MrPPS>jjj: http://i.imgur.com/sHVE1kT.png
05:12<MrPPS>the "yellow" bit is the button you'll need to click
05:13<jjj>Thanks!
05:13<MrPPS>No worries!
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06:06<Riz_>Hi
06:06<Riz_>Newbie here.
06:06<Riz_>I am interested in using Linode, but apparently don't have any idea how to set up the Linode to host my domains
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06:08<grawity>basically the same as if you were setting up a blank Linux server
06:08<Riz_>Hi grawity
06:08<grawity>linode library has tutorials on most of it – connect via SSH, install the web server (Apache/nginx/etc.), install PHP or Node or such,
06:08<Riz_>The problem is, I don't have such a skill to set up a blank Linux Server. I am a completely newbie
06:08<grawity>in other words, Linode doesn't focus on website hosting
06:09<Riz_>Alright
06:09<Riz_>So what does it actually focus?
06:12<Riz_>Maybe I am in a wrong place to ask such questions :-D
06:12<grawity>they sell unmanaged servers, that's all
06:13<Riz_>OK, that explains a lot. But recently I just saw that they offer a managed service as well.
06:13<linbot>New news from forum: General Discussion • whats is the nodebalancer network out speed? <https://forum.linode.com/viewtopic.php?t=15033&p=74168#p74168>
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06:17<Master>Hi
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06:18<MrPPS>Damn that was quick
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07:03<|Night|>MrPPS:  you know kids these days, if they don't get help at ounce they give up and cry
07:03<MrPPS>:D
07:03<|Night|>when you tell them you are beeing an idiot they run to a news paper, look bad boy hurt my feelings
07:03<|Night|>always fun .p
07:04<MrPPS>haha
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07:06<|Night|>some people I have helped that more or less expects me to configure their system from scratch, and tells me off when I link them to guides on how learn how to do it.
07:06<|Night|>I'm more than happy to help, but I will not do it for you, you have to learn your self too, this way you are able to mange it not just use it
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07:17<MrPPS>|Night|: exactly!
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08:04<linbot>New news from forum: General Discussion • whats is the nodebalancer network out speed? <https://forum.linode.com/viewtopic.php?t=15033&p=74169#p74169>
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08:19<|Night|>about that topic I would say #challangeaccepted but i have better thigns to do
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11:12<Ravi>Hi, This is Ravi. I need to know one thing about linode hosting. I have read your terms and conditions, there i saw one point. That is, if user want to resize our plan at any time, What does it means?
11:13<Ravi>Can we switch to any higher plan with out changing the server??
11:13<Woet>hi Ravi, this is Woet.
11:13<Woet>That is correct.
11:14<Ravi>You mean that i can directly pay the money for higher plan. No need to take data back to change the server right?
11:14<linbot>New news from forum: Linux Networking • I'm trying to figure out why open SSH connections are disconnected <https://forum.linode.com/viewtopic.php?t=15034&p=74171#p74171>
11:14<Woet>That is correct.
11:14<Ravi>Ok
11:15<Ravi>I already signed up
11:15<Ravi>If i add and pay 20$ can i get the server details??
11:15<Woet>the linode control panel is fairly straight forward.
11:16<Ravi>Yes, that's what. If i conformed my credit card, can i get the server details?
11:16<Woet>if you create a linode in the control panel, sure
11:17<Ravi>I am a layman and i just signedup. It is asking to select a plan and pay. So, if i pay. Can i get the server details??
11:17<scotti>yes
11:17<Ravi>i mean control panel details
11:18<Ravi>ok thank u
11:18<Woet>are you sure you should be managing a linux vps if you struggle with the website?
11:18<scotti>you'll get a login for the control panel, and then you can create an instance and get an IP, etc
11:18<Ravi>one more thing, Why linode is not providing ssl certificate
11:18<scotti>Ravi: because you can get one for free from letsencrypt.org
11:18<scotti>just a heads up Ravi : have you ever set up a Linux server before?
11:19<scotti>linode isn't managed or shared hosting
11:19<Ravi>I have a website and i was hosted in Host gator
11:19<scotti>if you want shared hosting, you might try BuyShared: https://www.buyshared.com
11:19<Ravi>I want to change it to linode
11:19<Woet>Ravi: you know linode sells unmanaged linux vpses right?
11:19<Woet>Ravi: something entirely different from shared hosting.
11:19<scotti>Ravi: are you familiar with nginx or Apache?
11:20<scotti>because you'll have to setup that manually on a Linode
11:20<scotti>edit config files etc
11:20<Ravi>my developer will knows that
11:20<scotti>okay - there ya go
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11:20<Woet>so ask him to set up your linodes
11:20<scotti>Woet: his dev charges per the hour
11:20<scotti>probably
11:20<Ravi>I didn't get the clarity about SSL??
11:20<Woet>[17:18:32] <scotti> Ravi: because you can get one for free from letsencrypt.org
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11:22<Ravi>Is there anything to install ssl?
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11:23<Woet>[17:18:32] <scotti> Ravi: because you can get one for free from letsencrypt.org
11:23<Peng>Ravi: What do you mean?
11:23<Woet>this is getting a bit repetitive
11:23<scotti>Ravi: have your developer get an SSL cert from letsencrypt.org
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11:23<scotti>if he knows his stuff - he can do it with certbot really easily
11:24<scotti>VPS providers generally don't sell certs with their hosting
11:24<scotti>if you need something fancy like a wildcard cert, you'll have to wait until January or purchase it from someone else
11:24<Ravi>what is the process to get ssl from letsencrypt.org
11:24<scotti>Ravi: you read the website's instructions
11:25<scotti>you'll have shell access with your linode so you can use certbot
11:26<Woet>Ravi: why dont you ask your developer?
11:26<scotti>Woet: because he likes asking you
11:26<scotti>cuz u so smart
11:26<Woet>i dont like it
11:26<Ravi>if he ask about these things will you guys gives the assitance ?
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11:26<Woet>no
11:26<jcanto>many times developers do not know how to work with certs
11:26<scotti>Ravi: probably not
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11:26<Woet>unmanaged linux vps, as mentioned several times
11:27<Ravi>y so?
11:27<scotti>jcanto: this is a matter of reading the instructions
11:27<scotti>if this "developer" can really develop software - he should be able to get a cert with certbot and install it
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11:27<jcanto>even, many times developers do not know how to install apache or nginx
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11:27<scotti>well what kind of developer are they
11:28<scotti>clearly not full stack
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11:29<scotti>Ravi: I don't think Linode is what you are looking for, to be honest
11:29<scotti>you probably want BuyShared: https://www.buyshared.com
11:29<Ravi>If i get lot of traffic, Buyshared will not be helpful
11:30<scotti>why do you think that
11:30<Woet>Ravi: if you and your developer dont know how to manage a vps, dont buy an unmanaged vps.
11:30<Woet>its not difficult.
11:31<Ravi>ok
11:32<Ravi>is there any ulter native dedicated servers?
11:32<Ravi>not shared hosting
11:32<Woet>Ravi: what I just said applies equally well to unmanaged dedicated servers
11:32<scotti>Ravi: Linodes aren't dedicated servers either
11:33<Ravi>oh really?
11:33<Woet>it really amazes me how many people here don't understand what linode is selling
11:33<scotti>no - they are VPS
11:33<scotti>your VPS is sharing a node with many other VPS
11:33<Woet>isnt that like the first step in buying something? making sure that you know what you're buying?
11:33<Peng>Y'all grouchy this morning
11:33*scotti isn't
11:34<scotti>this Wouter guy is
11:34<Woet>Peng: cheer me up
11:34<scotti>( . ) ( . )
11:34<Woet>did you just assume my sexuality?
11:34<scotti>yes
11:34<scotti>everybody likes titties
11:34<scotti>* everybody on the Internet anyways
11:34<linbot>New news from forum: Linux Networking • I'm trying to figure out why open SSH connections are disconnected <https://forum.linode.com/viewtopic.php?t=15034&p=74172#p74172>
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12:05<pourya>hi
12:06<Eugene>Every day I'm Linodin' https://photos.app.goo.gl/mlmU17rTsSDR3CX02
12:07<pourya>nobody khnow how connect to irc with telnet
12:07<retro|blah>False.
12:13<scotti>pourya: sofaking easy
12:13<scotti>`telnet chat.freenode.net 6667`
12:15<linbot>New news from forum: General Discussion • whats is the nodebalancer network out speed? <https://forum.linode.com/viewtopic.php?t=15033&p=74173#p74173>
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12:54<montigny34>hey all
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13:21<linbot>New news from status: Connectivity Issues - Linode.com, Linode Manager and Linode API <https://status.linode.com/incidents/x92mb4gqcs3v>
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13:23<AlexMax>Jesus
13:23<AlexMax>Why does Linode have so many issues?
13:24<AlexMax>It seems like every other day there's a minor bump in the road
13:24<nameboost>because grow?
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13:25<AlexMax>that their status reports on
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13:27<Eugene>Because complexity grows non-linearly with scale. More customers, more scale, more chance of some little piece somewhere going wrong for somebody. The good news is that it hardly ever goes wrong for $ME
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13:34<sehh>hey there, anyone knows why there are "gaps" in the graphs? all my linode servers exhibit this in the dashboard graphs.
13:35<zwssssss>because its crappy
13:35<sehh>they appear at random and for only several seconds
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13:38<Eugene>sehh - yes, that happens when the monitoring process(which runs outside of your Linode) gets behind, can't reach the Host, or is generally having a bad day. Normal.
13:38<sehh>Eugene, ah ok thanks for the explanation, I'll ignore the gaps then
13:39<Eugene>If you want better graphing you should install a monitoring system internal to the system; Linode's own Longview product is exactly this
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13:39<avs>hi
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13:40<sehh>I use icinga2 for monitoring, but I don't need graphs, the ones within the dashboard are enough for a casual look, the rest is done by my icinga2
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14:45<linbot>New news from forum: Web Servers and Web App Development • do you ever seen shell backdoor ? <https://forum.linode.com/viewtopic.php?t=15035&p=74174#p74174>
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14:55<linbot>New news from forum: General Discussion • Best strategy to rebuild node without downtime ? <https://forum.linode.com/viewtopic.php?t=14933&p=74138#p74138>
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15:25<linbot>New news from forum: Email/SMTP Related Forum • Suddenly mail is stop working. <https://forum.linode.com/viewtopic.php?t=15036&p=74175#p74175>
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16:09<leos>Hello : First CONGRATULATIONS LINODE for blockstorage second how the beta has been ? Is it stable enough for some critical storage ?? I know is beta and all must be backedup before trust a beta service .. can we go to production with blockstorage ??
16:11<Woet>why would they keep it in beta if its ready for production?
16:11<Peng>Woet: Maybe they poached a PM from Google
16:11<Woet>Peng: maybe
16:32<Eugene>Because for some people Beta is just fine in Production.
16:32<Eugene>Or, software version strings have little to do with SLA guarantees
16:33<echoSMILE>I need to say this, and I'm not a customer of Linode,! This is the type of company that need to exist, amazing attitude! Good luck.
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17:06<@jalter>echoSMILE: Thanks!
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17:08<@jalter>leos: Beta is going great, but until we take it out of beta, I'd urge you not to store any data you can't afford to lose.
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17:09<@jalter>For production usage, please wait until after the beta is over. It's ultimately up to you, but there's risks with any beta.
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17:15<arlen>they never existed
17:16<relidy>Guess you got me there!
17:16<arlen>welcome to the danger zone
17:16<arlen>(•_•) / ( •_•)>⌐■-■ / (⌐■_■)
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17:26<leos>Thank you jalter
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17:31<jcanto_45>certbot rocks!!
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19:25<microvb>I am slowly going insane -- any assistance would be fantastic. : https://www.irccloud.com/pastebin/dEHKkjG1/
19:25<microvb>Even nuking the exim4 package, the spool continues to fill
19:26<Woet>microvb: is it still running?
19:27<microvb>thats whats so messed up :
19:27<Woet>what is messed up?
19:27<microvb>https://www.irccloud.com/pastebin/8Rx2uC9y/
19:27<microvb>^ best explained with a paste lol
19:27<Woet>ps faux | grep -i exim
19:28<microvb>it is running still --- wtf lol
19:28<microvb>exim is like a virus
19:29<Woet>no?
19:29<microvb>it starts just to dump mail in there --- i tried checking `crontab -e`
19:29<microvb>empty
19:29<Woet>that only shows your crons
19:29<Woet>not everyone else
19:30<microvb>ah ... right. definitely seems like a cron job is running like every 30 seconds or so
19:30<Woet>check the contents of the mail
19:30<Woet>should tell you who it's running under
19:30<Woet>check /var/log/cron.log
19:31<microvb>that is strange, don't have a log --- what else could be doing that ? this is on a GitLab box -- the ONLY box I am having trouble with.
19:32<Woet>why dont you read the contents of the emails?
19:33<microvb>i did -- it's just "failed delivery" messages
19:33<microvb>like -- messages to say messages failed to deliver, without saying what message LOL
19:36<microvb>figured out a way to stop it --- FINALLY . I don't like it because it just feels dirty, but .... renamed /usr/sbin/exim4 and /usr/sbin/exim
19:36<MrPPS>haha, definitely dirty/hacky
19:37<MrPPS>but I guess it does the trick :P
19:37<microvb>it literally sucked up my inode capacity a couple months ago (have to check IRC logs for specific date), and I have been 'cleaning' it since. so sick of it, since it shouldn't require any cleaning.
19:38<Woet>could just figure out the source of the issue instead of working around it
19:38<Woet>emails dont appear from thin air
19:38<microvb>only two things --- CSF .. which I turned every notification off
19:38<microvb>and GitLab -- which is configured to use external mail for delivery.
19:39<Woet>what is the entire content of the email
19:39<microvb>:S ... nuked it, but give me a minute. will rename them back and wait a few seconds to read one to ya
19:42<microvb>LOL... now it won't do it again XD
19:42<microvb>~ mind blown ~
19:43<microvb>rebooting it, that might trigger it
19:46<microvb>my best guess as to what happened... after installing GitLab, it started puking out messages before I could configure the email system, so somehow those choked up the queue and has been retrying ever since --- deleting the messages doesn't nuke the source, but I did see 7 messages in GitLab as admin that had delivery failures. I would guess, that those delivery failures are what caused all my inodes to be consumed at a rate of
19:46<microvb>about 65k / week or every couple days
19:47<microvb>like clockwork -- after reboot, already have 90 messages in exim4 spool lol. getting contents of 1 now
19:48<microvb>much more informative now, although I am still unsure of the source :
19:48<microvb>https://www.irccloud.com/pastebin/cih4NIIK/
19:49<microvb>seems like a gitlab process.
19:49<Woet>so when you said [01:33:39] <microvb> like -- messages to say messages failed to deliver, without saying what message LOL
19:49<microvb>https://www.irccloud.com/pastebin/w6a6DqSL/
19:49<Woet>you meant it tells you 1101910119 more things
19:50<Woet>that is a message caused by lfd
19:50<Woet>which is a part of csf
19:50<microvb>i disabled all the notices in it -- guess it's not listening XD
19:51<Woet>how did you disable them?
19:51<microvb>https://www.irccloud.com/pastebin/69Ov6Fx5/
19:51<microvb>(grep for my alert settings)
19:54<Woet>microvb: none of that covers those emails
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19:55<Woet>you want to change PT_USERMEM and PT_USERTIME to 0
19:55<Woet>if you dont care about them
19:56<microvb>i don't mind it being logged by LFD, just don't need the email on it.
19:57<microvb>i could disable every feature, so no feature tries to send mail, but there should be a better way so the log is still produced ?
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20:01<microvb>hmm.. looks like process monitoring doesn't log. neat.
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20:10<microvb>added `/opt/gitlab/embedded/bin/*` to /etc/csf/csf.fignore seems to have done the trick
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22:12<hanksims>This is going to sound odd, but is anyone with a Fremont Linode having trouble with Facebook today?
22:12<hanksims>Starting this morning, the Facebook crawler has been unable to reach any of my sites on two separate Fremont Linodes.
22:12<DanielNM>\:
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22:13<hanksims>My theory is that perhaps their crawlers' addresses were added to some sort of Linode DDoS blacklist
22:13<arlen>doubt it
22:15<hanksims>Why so?
22:15<arlen>because facebook is a pretty popular thing
22:15<hanksims>That's true. It is.
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22:16<arlen>and more people would be having issues if it was added to a blocklist
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22:16<hanksims>And yet no one else in the wide world seems to be having these problems, so far as I can tell, and it has happened simultaneously to all my sites on two separate Linodes, as I said.
22:16<hanksims>Which is why I was wondering if perhaps it was Linode-specific.
22:24<MrPPS>Sorry, not in Fremont for mine
22:24<MrPPS>:(
22:24<@jchun>hanksims: We've had other users report the same problem. We've reached out to both our netops teams, our upstream provider and facebooks netops team, but the issue seems to be within Facebooks network and the way it is advertising it's routes. We are working on this with them now, but for the time being our team is waiting on Facebooks team to resolve this on their end.
22:24<MrPPS>Nice work :)
22:25<dwfreed>hey, I know people at FB I can (wrongly) blame
22:25<dwfreed>(they're on a different network team, I don't think they handle border traffic)
22:26<hanksims>@jchun: Thank you so much. Would it make sense for me to file a Linode ticket?
22:26<hanksims>I'd file a Facebook ticket, but God knows where I would do that.
22:26<dwfreed>the only thing you'd get out of a Linode ticket is a notification at some point after the issue is resolved
22:27<@jchun>You're always welcome to file a ticket, but to be honest with you if you were to file a ticket about it right now you'll probably get a variation of what I already told you. I don't think there's really much we can do about it on our end (Unless you want to migrate to a different DC which is not affected)
22:27<dwfreed>which you can get from other means anyway
22:27<hanksims>OK. Thank you, all.
22:28<@jchun>No prob :). If it's critical that you get something running right away, I would recommend cloning your Linode over to Dallas. AFAIK, this issue seems to affect only the Fremont DC.
22:29<Peng>Or hook up a CDN
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23:19<mastoro>hello
23:19<arlen>hi
23:19<mastoro>my billing is auto or manually?
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23:20<Peng>Auto
23:20<mastoro>how to set manual debit?
23:21<arlen>click the make a payment tab in the account section
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23:21<mastoro>after it
23:21<mastoro>?
23:21<arlen>?
23:23<mastoro>how to set payment to manual billed? not auto bellied
23:23<mastoro>*billed
23:23<arlen>you can't
23:23<Peng>You can pay Linode at any time, depositing credit in your account.
23:24<Peng>But you will always be billed when necessary when you owe them money.
23:24<mastoro>if my deposit empty?
23:24<arlen>the only way around the auto billing is to pay ahead with the make a payment tab. it adds credit to your account which will be used first
23:25<mastoro>ok
23:25<mastoro>if i use backup service. can i restore only specific cpanel account? not restore all account
23:26<arlen>restore the entire drive
23:26<arlen>linodes don't come with cpanel unless you pay for managed services
23:27<mastoro>ok
23:57<FluffyFoxeh><arlen> the only way around the auto billing is to pay ahead with the make a payment tab. it adds credit to your account which will be used first
23:57<FluffyFoxeh>but is there a way to do it without paying
23:57<FluffyFoxeh>tell me your secrets
23:58<arlen>if you think hard enough, you'll never be billed
23:58<FluffyFoxeh>what do I think about?
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