#centos - Sat 12 May 2007 between 00:41 and 01:11

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noobwhere can i get ORACLE DATABASE for centos-5????
anybody help
zxvdrnoob, oracle perhaps?
noobzxvdr: yes oracle
MrNickI think he meant, www.oracle.com
zxvdrnoob, contact oracle - it ain't free
and once u have it look at this guide to install it - http://www.puschitz.com/
davidjzxvdr: Thanks again for your help earlier. I'm still running the disk tests, no errors yet. I'll drop back in tomorrow.
zxvdrdavidj, np
[kmob]quick question, is anyone else seeing yum-updatesd eating up all available memory and crashing the kernel on centos 5?
bernardldoes anybody know if i can change the log file ownerships via syslog.conf?
[kmob]you can change theownership anywhere
it's logrotate that will set them back once it rotates the logs
bernardl[kmob]: huh?
i want the log files to be written out by another user besides 'root'
[kmob]sorry, misspoke. i mean you could set them to whatever you'd like, but logrotates is configured to set the new file to a standard set of permissions
oh.
so you want hte owner of the files to be 'xxx' rather then root?
bernardli wanted specific logs to be written out by another user so that the user can read it
exactly
[kmob]AH. ok
probably the easier way to do that would be to change the group ownership
bernardlhow?
i cannot find any configuration options in syslog.conf
[kmob]it's not a syslog.conf config.
syslog.conf will always write to the files as the user it's running as
bernardlwhich is root
[kmob]what you can do is have logrotate craete the files before it restarts syslog so that the ownership is right
that way, so long as syslog can write the file, it won't change the permissions
so i'd go to /etc/logrotate.d/syslog and change what you want the perms to be there
bernardlwell how about i have syslog log to another dir
and maybe put a sticky bit on that dir
and somehow force the group ownership to be something else, would that work?
[kmob]that could work. but if you change the group membership of /var/log to be the user you want to be able to see the logs, and set the sticky bit there, it would work
bernardlwell with syslog.conf
[kmob]so for example:
bernardli don't have to log to /var/log
i can put it wherever i want
[kmob]correct
so you could put the logs whereever you want, sticky bit that directory and set the group owner to be your user

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