auditd.conf(8) – Linux man page

Name auditd.conf – audit daemon configuration file Description The file /etc/auditd.conf contains configuration information specific to the audit daemon. It should contain one configuration keyword per line, an equal sign, and then followed by appropriate configuration information. The keywords recognized are: log_file, log_format, flush, freq, num_logs, max_log_file, max_log_file_action, space_left, action_mail_acct, space_left_action, admin_space_left, admin_space_left_action, disk_full_action, and disk_error_action. These keywords are described below. log_file This keyword specifies the full path name to the … Continue reading “auditd.conf(8) – Linux man page”

X86_64 Linux Syscall Table

Searchable Linux Syscall Table for x86 and x86_64 Reference: Linux command: ausyscall –dump There are some tables like this around, but they are usually cool auto-generated hacks and that has the downfall of not distinguishing what of the different implementations is the correct one, etc. So, here is a lovingly hand-crafted Linux Syscall table … Continue reading “X86_64 Linux Syscall Table”

Nvidia GPU driver installation

Nvidia GPU driver installation the latest GPU driver in the nvidia website,here my OS is linux redhat7. 2.check if the nouveau dirver is installed in the OS. The nouveau driver is the third party driver ,we need to disable itself before the installation of nvidia gpu driver .add the parameter ‘blacklist nouveau’ … Continue reading “Nvidia GPU driver installation”

Ubuntu MAAS ERROR:network Node has no address family in common with the server

when deploy a node with the OS, an error occured. The people said  it’s a software issue. Actually it is the fact. Error:Node failed to be deployed, because of the following error: {“network”: [“Node has no address family in common with the server”]} Ok I figured this out. Under Subnets tab, click the fabri1 tab ,if  enable DHCP function ,it will reserved the ip .It may make some conflict after running a long time,and report an error. I deleted the reserved range – that was automatically assigned by MAAS. I don’t really need it anyway. I then had to go into the Machines tab for the node I was having problems deploying. Then I clicked on the Interfaces tab. Then edit the interface that was connected by clicking the three lines under the actions tab at the end of the interface tabs and choose edit interface. Make sure the Subnet is assigned to the subnet you are deploying on. Make sure the IP mode is set to auto assign.