[Ilugc] commands are not working
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Thu Aug 28 13:29:28 IST 2008
On Thu, Aug 28, 2008 at 1:44 PM, Arun Khan <knura at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Is this server on the 'Net?
Yes, it *was* on the `Net.
> Are you 100% sure that nothing is wrong
> with the hardware, especially the hard disk?
That`s for sure.
> What kind of applications are you running on the system? Are these
> apps. available to the target users?
Running dspace. Yes, these are available to target users.
> On production systems, use an enterprise grade distro like CentOS
> (equiv. RHEL) if you are unwilling to go with commercial RHEL or
I will. Thanks for your suggestion.
> The symptoms suggest that your machine has been cracked open.
> Did you install the entire system on one partition? Where does your
> important data reside on the file system tree e.g. /var/lib/mysql?
Yes, it was a mistake. My all datas are there in /usr/src/
> At a min. take the machine off line, boot with a Live/Rescue CD and copy
> your important data to another location. You can use the BackTrack
> LiveCD. It has a lot of security tools that might throw some light on
> what happened.
Is it possible to copy all the data from /usr/src/ to flash-drive with
> In future, use an enterprise grade distro and plan your partition size
> i.e. tell the distro installer what partitions to use for the various
> sub trees of the file system.
> To avoid further oops/trial and error I suggest you seek experienced
> professional help.
Same, thanks for your suggestion.
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