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If the server already has the Maria DB-Galera-server package installed, you might need to remove it prior to installing Maria DB-server (with '').

No databases are removed when the Maria DB-Galera-server rpm package is removed, but as with any upgrade, it is best to have backups.

There has to be a repo that is still online which i can use to install basic software via yum.

I have tried setting enabled=1 (vs 0) in Cent i still get 404 on anything i try to do with yum (yes i can see via broswer that the url's are really 404) - please please, point me in the right direction, any servers ive deployed in the past 2 years are running cent6, but there are servers / apps that i need to pull data from / migrate and must use cent5 , and to do that i need to be able to install tools via yum ( *i know those tools , and the OS , and everything about the server are not secure / not supported any longer).

file stores essential information, which is required during login i.e. /etc/passwd is a text file, which contains a list of the system’s accounts, giving for each account some useful information like user ID, group ID, home directory, shell, etc.

It should have general read permission as many utilities like ls use it to map user IDs to user names, but write access only for the superuser/root account. Generally, passwd file entry looks as follows (click to enlarge image): Your encrpted password is not stored in /etc/passwd file. In the good old days there was no great problem with this general read permission.

The following task shows how to do this using the function, which simplifies the process of normalizing events, by converting different time formats into the format accepted by the Server.

However, in certain cases, the existing date and time formats available may still not work for the specific format in which extracted data arrives in your environment.

I had this exact problem and made sure to use relative path (sites/default/files/tmp) for my tmp folder location as suggested and i also changed the permissions on the tmp folder to ensure it was writable by apache but my problem still existed.

We currently have YUM repositories for Cent OS 5, Cent OS 6, Cent OS 7, RHEL 5, RHEL 6, RHEL 7, and Fedora 22, 23 and 24.