Ejabberd MUC room not sending unavailable presence for disconnected users

I’m running ejabberd 19.09.1 using the official Docker image, configured for anonymous authentication with mod_muc. Clients generally connect to the server in the browser, through a WebSocket endpoint. ejabberd is sitting behind an nginx reverse proxy. When a client disconnects uncleanly (e.g. by killing the browser tab), I immediately see a message in the log…

how to run terraform azure infrastructure code to create environment

At the moment, I am running my terraform from my laptop which is obviously less than ideal: module “eu_resource_group” { source = “./modules/resource_groups” resource_group_name = var.resource_group_name resource_group_location = var.location } module “vault” { source = “./modules/vault” resource_group_name = module.eu_resource_group.eu_resource_group_name resource_group_location = module.eu_resource_group.eu_resource_group_location } module “storage” { source = “./modules/storage” resource_group_name = module.eu_resource_group.eu_resource_group_name resource_group_location = module.eu_resource_group.eu_resource_group_location…

SSSD, openLDAP, MIT Kerberos: “id username” doesn’t find enty in LDAP, but ldapsearch does

I have installed openLDAP, MIT Kerberos and SSD on Debian 10 Systems based on this tutorial Integrated Kerberos-OpenLDAP provider on Debian squeeze. Each of the three components is on its own Proxmox LXC Container. ldap: 192.168.1.120 (ldap2) Kerberos: 192.168.1.128 (kerb) Client with SSD: 192.168.1.129 (test) The IPs can be resolved by DNS. The Problem: When…

Rsync files from directories with different names

I am trying to rsync files from and directory “incoming” to a folder called “outgoing” Directory Source: /testcopy/folder1/incoming/test1.txt /testcopy/folder1/incoming/test2.txt /testcopy/folder2/incoming/test1.txt /testcopy/folder2/incoming/test2.txt /testcopy/folder3/incoming/test1.txt /testcopy/folder3/incoming/test2.txt Directory destination: /testdest/folder1/outgoing/ /testdest/folder2/outgoing/ /testdest/folder3/outgoing/ What I want the destination to look like: /testdest/folder1/outgoing/test1.txt /testdest/folder1/outoging/test2.txt /testdest/folder2/outgoing/test1.txt /testdest/folder2/outoging/test2.txt /testdest/folder3/outgoing/test1.txt /testdest/folder3/outgoing/test2.txt The rsync script I have tried: touch /testcopy/folder3/incoming/test4.txt What I would expect to…