Potential DNS DDoS (query (cache) ‘./NS/IN’ denied)

I started getting a ton of these in my DNS logs a few days ago: Jan 19 05:33:47 comp named[4488]: client 76.9.31.42#55056: query (cache) ‘./NS/IN’ denied Jan 19 05:33:53 comp named[4488]: client 76.9.31.42#30931: query (cache) ‘./NS/IN’ denied Jan 19 05:33:59 comp named[4488]: client 76.9.31.42#31789: query (cache) ‘./NS/IN’ denied Jan 19 05:34:06 comp named[4488]: client 76.9.31.42#38458:… Continue reading Potential DNS DDoS (query (cache) ‘./NS/IN’ denied)

Use mysqldump to get single table

Hello all, this is primarily so I don’t forget how to do this in the future. I needed to get a dump of a single table out of a remote database. This is the mysqldump command to pull that off: mysqldump -p –user user databaseName tableName > out.sql

Apache-2.2.10 and mod_chroot-0.5 – Issue is solved

I have it figured out! This is originally referencing the trouble I was having starting apache-2.2.10 and using mod_chroot-0.5 (http://www.uno-code.com/?q=node/155). You cannot use mod_chroot with apache-2.2.10. Apache-2.2.10 because apache has built in chroot support now. http://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.2/mod/mpm_common.html All you need to do is provide a ChrootDir variable in httpd.conf. The problem is that mod_chroot sets that… Continue reading Apache-2.2.10 and mod_chroot-0.5 – Issue is solved

Apache-2.2.10 + Mod_chroot-0.5 causes startup problems.

Today I tried to update apache-2.2.9-r1 to apache-2.2.10 and was greeted with the following errors in the error_log: [Sat Jan 10 09:37:30 2009] [notice] mod_chroot: changed root to /var/chroot/apache. [Sat Jan 10 09:37:30 2009] [alert] (2)No such file or directory: Can’t chdir to /var/chroot/apache [Sat Jan 10 09:37:30 2009] [alert] (2)No such file or directory:… Continue reading Apache-2.2.10 + Mod_chroot-0.5 causes startup problems.