Category Archives: SLES (SUSE Linux Enterprise Server)

LVM metadata inconsistency trouble on boot

This is what “Murphy’s Law” is all about: You change a minor issue and spend the day fixing big trouble. In this specific case, I had to reboot one of our more important servers because of problems with persistent network … Continue reading

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Installing openSUSE Leap 42.1 on bcache root FS

Now that openSUSE Leap has been around for some time, I wanted to give it a try on one of our test SAN/NAS servers. One of the most basic elements of these SAN/NAS servers is using bcache to employ transparent … Continue reading

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Details on switching from mod_ssl to mod_nss, with FakeBasicAuth

The Internet is safe & secure, if you use encryption. At least that’s what we believed, before all these attacks on ciphers and their implementation. And since attacks like “Poodle” and “LogJam”, it’s time to upgrade to the most recent … Continue reading

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