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Automating Cpanel DNS Updates

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I was using DNS services like DynDNS until one day the domain I was using was no longer offered. I realized that instead of using someone elses DNS services and domain names I should be using one of my hosted Cpanel domains. I found this perl script written by Stefan Gofferje that can allow you […]
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Welters Helpful Unix Administrative Scripts

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Over the years I have used many scripts to perform various tasks. Some of those scripts came from the-welters website. Here you will find some great perl scripts to perform such tasks like display Cisco CDP packets to performing symaccess commands on EMC storage arrays. These scripts are distributed under standard GNU Public License terms. […]
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Avoiding Nagios commands.cfg

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Nagios comes with a set of pre-installed check commands. They are installed at /usr/libexec/nagios or /usr/local/nagios/libexec (anyway, the $USER1$ is expanded to the right place) In that folder you can find several check_whatever commands, most of them are binary files, some are shell or perl scripts. If there is not a suitable check program to […]
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How do I tell cpan to install all dependencies?

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I’ve been racking my brain on how to get cpan to auto install all dependencies and not prompt me to respond to questions. After digging around several blogs, I found the following that solves my issue to a tee. Edit: After following Sinans link. I tried setting these in cpan: cpan> o conf prerequisites_policy follow […]
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Sending Apache log messages to syslog

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Needing to send apache logs to my syslog server of which we have a syslog security monitoring application that parses through the content to alert on nefarious activity. Searching on the net there seems to be a number of ways to accomplish this so this is what I ended up doing.
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Deactivating Netbackup policies from the command line

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There may be a time to where you want to disable all netbackup policies from within a script or from the command line. I do this when I am performing some maintenance on the NBU server. A quick and dirty way is to run the following bit: