Trying to change MySQL root password and getting error “PID filepath: No such file or directory.”

This is on CentOS Linux release 7.6.1810. MySQL is running. I need to change the MySQL root password. I run sudo systemctl stop mysqld and then sudo mysqld_safe –skip-grant-tables & and SSH hangs until I hit return. I try mysql -u root and that gives me the error: ‘Can’t connect to local MySQL server through…

(as uid:107, gid:107): Permission denied while installing KVM on external mounted USB

I am adding K=KVM from CentOS 7 VMM UI. $ sudo virt-install –network bridge:virbr3 –name guestusb \ –os-variant=centos7.0 –ram=1024 –vcpus=1 –disk \ path=/run/media/xyz/usbe/guestusb-os.qcow2,\ format=qcow2,bus=virtio,size=20 –graphics none \ –location=/home/xyz/Downloads/CentOS-7-aarch64-Everything-1908.iso \ –extra-args=”console=tty0 console=ttyS0,115200″ \ –check all=off Output ok “df -k” /dev/sda2 61305668 56676 58111712 1% /run/media/xyz/usbe Important to note: /run/media/xyz/usbe isn’t on external usb. I tried chmod…

DFS server FQDN being treated as DFS namespace

I have a DFSN Namespace: \\Domain.com\MyShare\ I have multiple servers shares as targets in the namespace that each have the share through DFSR: \\DFS01.Domain.com\MyShare\ \\DFS02.Domain.com\MyShare\ \\DFS03.Domain.com\MyShare\ There’s a server APP01 that writes files to this share, and needs to specify DFS01 for performance reasons (in the same datacenter) and we don’t have AD Sites configured.…

httpd DirectoryMatch Fails

I am trying to use IndexHeadInsert and DirectoryMatch to put notices at the top of mod_autoindex pages. Every regex I have tried does not want to work. If I put in IndexHeadInsert without the DirectoryMatch then notice does appear. <DirectoryMatch “^/pub/|^/pub/.*”> IndexHeadInsert “<p>Public Area</p>” </DirectoryMatch> <DirectoryMatch “^/pvt/|^/pub/.*”> IndexHeadInsert “<p>Private Area</p>” </DirectoryMatch>

iis redirect using variable in URL

Using an inbound IIS rule can I use variable to redirect to a different URL https://www.cars.com/make/BMW/M3/index.html https://www.cars.com/make/BMW/index.html#M3 would I be able to have it go to https://www.cars.com/BWM.pdf#page=M3 IIS Rule <rewrite> <rules> <rule name=”CarModel”> <match url=”(http|https):\/\/www.cars.com\/make\/\w+\/[0-9]+\/index.html” /> <action type=”Redirect” url=”https://www.cars.com/{Make}/{Make}.pdf#page={Model}” /> </rule> </rules> </rewrite> Update to post with condition and it will still not redirect <rules>…