Posts Tagged ‘ ssh ’

Fixing error on Mail Queues page in Zimbra web admin

May 25th, 2014 | By

So the last problem with the Web admin area in Zimbra was in the Mail Queues section.   It spit out this lovely error when trying to access it:   2014-05-25 15:02:58,681 INFO [qtp1448456120-7560:https:///service/admin/soap/GetMailQueueInfoRequest] [name=admin@mail. .com;mid=1;ip=;ua=ZimbraWebClient – GC35 (Win);] SoapEngine – handler exception com.zimbra.common.service.ServiceException: system failure: exception during auth {RemoteManager: mail. .com->zimbra@mail. .com:22} [spoiler] ExceptionId:qtp1448456120-7560:https://
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Iteratively backing up a linux server to a windows server via SSH

Mar 17th, 2012 | By

Ok, so I know that if you are anything like me that you know all about cygwin and rsync but you’re thinking to yourself that it’s kind of overkill to install cygwin in it’s entirety just to be able to use rSync.  Surely there are windows based applications out there that can do the job
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Terminal scrolling not working through ssh

Mar 14th, 2012 | By

Works fine when working locally but as soon as you ssh into your server the scroll wheel just cycles through commands now and shift-pg up doesn’t jack all.  I ran into this fun little dilema today and after 30 sseconds of fiddling found the fix is rather simple. Just go into edit -> Profiles and
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Automatically blocking brute-force attacks on your FreeBSD server

Aug 1st, 2011 | By

I was going through my auth.log today and noticed that a simple brute-force attack was underway.  a few hundred attacks from IP’s originating out of HANKUK UNIVERSITY OF FOREIGN STUDIES in Korea(, Sun Network in China( and finally from Vodaphone in Italy(  I’m not concerned about them actually breaking through as there are no open accounts
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Public Key not working with user@server but does work with root@server

Aug 23rd, 2010 | By

Weirdest thing about my FreeBSD server that’s been bugging me for a long time.. I’m able to create rsa/dsa keys for passwordless logins but the catch was that it would only work if I was root on the client machine loggin in as root on the server.  After 6 hours of trouble shooting and mostly
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