UNIX, Security, and Privacy
Migrating a host from one ZFS pool to anotherhttps://cryptomonkeys.com/2016/12/migrating-host-zfs/ 2016-12-18
Some time ago, I created a build machine to test out pkg building using poudriere for i386, amd64, and armv6.
Supermicro IPMI Resethttps://cryptomonkeys.com/2016/12/supermicro-ipmi-reset/ 2016-12-17
Sometimes you need to make changes to your IPMI setup but you don’t want to take the machine offline to do it.
Abuse scriptshttps://cryptomonkeys.com/2016/12/building-a-mailserver-part9/ 2016-12-13
I found a nice script at Calomel pf that watches web server logs and adds abusive hosts to a blacklist. I made a few minor adjustments to it.
PolicyD (v2) (cluebringer), SPFhttps://cryptomonkeys.com/2016/12/building-a-mailserver-part5/ 2016-12-13
If you’re looking for a policy server that includes greylisting, PolicyD is a solid choice.
Roundcube is one of the better webmail solutions.
dspam, Dovecot, Postfixhttps://cryptomonkeys.com/2016/12/building-a-mailserver-part4/ 2016-12-12
DSPAM is a statistical spam filter. It is intended to be scalable, content-based spam filter for large multi-user systems. Documentation for dspam.
Rancid and Githttps://cryptomonkeys.com/2016/11/rancid-git/ 2016-11-12
One of the thing that was a mild irritation was that Rancid didn’t work with git.