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linux networking – How to transfer traffic from a specific domain from apache2 to an LXC container

I'm currently running apache2 on my server, but I want to forward the http (s) traffic requesting a specific host (for example, lxc.example.com) to an LXC container that is accessible by using one of the following: a local IP address located on the box.

I looked at iptables, but I understand thatiptable did not handle http (s) traffic. That's why I can not apply any transfer rules based on the hostname.

I would prefer not to transfer traffic to a specific port (for example, lxc.example.com:8080), as this would make the URL unprofessional and would require an additional port forwarding configuration.

It seems like I'm probably missing an obvious solution, but my research has not yet revealed anything. Any help would be appreciated.

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redhat enterprise linux – The application JBoss Fuse does not work in docker construction

I hope someone can help me solve a problem that I have with JBoss Fuse – especially AMQ. I'm using version 6.0.0.redhat-024 with 6.0.0.redhat-024-p5. I'm trying to deploy this in a container but seems to have a problem with AMQ. The problem – when deploying my application – is as follows:

(root@4ca73a25d4cf home)# client -r 2 -d 60 -u admin -p admin "features:install example-app"
Refreshing bundles org.springframework.context.support (104)
Error executing command: Could not start bundle mvn:com.example/example.broker.services/1.0-SNAPSHOT in feature(s) example-base-0.0.0: Unresolved constraint in bundle example.broker.services (254): Unable to resolve 254.0: missing requirement (254.0) osgi.wiring.package; (osgi.wiring.package=org.apache.activemq)

Obviously, this sounds like a missing addiction problem, but, I am convinced that it is a Red Herring, as this problem only occurs when I try to make it work. install the application as part of the process of generating the fixed menu. To prove it, I have:

  1. Installed the application successfully on a virtual machine of the same operating system
  2. Installed the application in an empty container without using the docker generation
    (that is, running a container, running it, and just running the Fuse installation
    and the application manually)

The two methods above are no problem: the application is installed and working as expected. The commands used in the above installations are extracted from the Docker file that I use for the build. This problem seems to be related (somehow) to the construction of the fixed menu.

When the application installs something seems to do something to AMQ. When I create the container at the time of installation of the application, the features of QMA are satisfactory:

(root@8cdbdd27720a home)# client -r 2 -d 60 -u admin -p admin "osgi:list | grep 118"
( 118) (Active     ) (Created     ) (       ) (   50) activemq-karaf (5.8.0.redhat-60024)
(root@8cdbdd27720a home)# client -r 2 -d 60 -u admin -p admin "osgi:list | grep 128"
( 128) (Active     ) (            ) (       ) (   60) JBoss A-MQ Fabric (6.0.0.redhat-057)

When I update, run, stop the packets, everything is fine:

(root@8cdbdd27720a home)# client -r 2 -d 60 -u admin -p admin "osgi:refresh 118" 
(root@8cdbdd27720a home)# client -r 2 -d 60 -u admin -p admin "osgi:list | grep 118"
( 118) (Active     ) (Created     ) (       ) (   50) activemq-karaf (5.8.0.redhat-60024)
(root@8cdbdd27720a home)# client -r 2 -d 60 -u admin -p admin "osgi:stop 118"
(root@8cdbdd27720a home)# client -r 2 -d 60 -u admin -p admin "osgi:start 118"

(root@8cdbdd27720a home)# client -r 2 -d 60 -u admin -p admin "osgi:headers 118"

activemq-karaf (118)
--------------------
Manifest-Version = 1.0
Bnd-LastModified = 1365188424349
Tool = Bnd-1.50.0
Built-By = mockbuild
Embed-Transitive = true
Implementation-Version = 5.8.0.redhat-60024
Build-Jdk = 1.6.0_24
Implementation-Title = Apache ActiveMQ
Created-By = Apache Maven Bundle Plugin

Bundle-Vendor = Red Hat, Inc.
Bundle-Name = activemq-karaf
Bundle-DocURL = http://redhat.com
Bundle-Description = Provides resources for running ActiveMQ in Apache Karaf
Bundle-SymbolicName = activemq-karaf
Bundle-Version = 5.8.0.redhat-60024
Bundle-License = http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0.txt
Bundle-ManifestVersion = 2

Export-Service = 
    org.apache.felix.service.command.Function;
        osgi.command.function=browse;
        osgi.command.scope=activemq,
    org.apache.felix.service.command.Function;
        osgi.command.function=bstat;
        osgi.command.scope=activemq,
    org.apache.felix.service.command.Function;
        osgi.command.function=purge;
        osgi.command.scope=activemq,
    org.apache.felix.service.command.Function;
        osgi.command.function=query;
        osgi.command.scope=activemq,
    org.apache.felix.service.command.Function;
        osgi.command.function=list;
        osgi.command.scope=activemq

Import-Package = 
    org.apache.activemq.console,
    org.apache.activemq.console.command,
    org.apache.activemq.console.formatter,
    org.apache.felix.gogo.commands;version="(0.11,1)",
    org.apache.felix.gogo.commands.basic;version="(0.11,1)",
    org.apache.felix.service.command;status=provisional;version="(0.11,1)",
    org.apache.karaf.shell.console;version="(2.3,3)",
    org.apache.karaf.shell.console.commands;version="(2.3,3)",
    org.osgi.framework;version="(1.3,2)",
    org.osgi.service.blueprint;version="(1.0.0,2.0.0)",
    org.osgi.service.blueprint.container;version="(1.0,2)"
Export-Package = 
    org.apache.activemq.karaf.commands;
        uses:="org.apache.felix.service.command,
            org.apache.felix.gogo.commands.basic,
            org.apache.felix.gogo.commands,
            org.osgi.service.blueprint.container,
            org.apache.karaf.shell.console.commands,
            org.apache.karaf.shell.console,
            org.osgi.framework,
            org.apache.activemq.console.command,
            org.apache.activemq.console.formatter,
            org.apache.activemq.console";
        version=5.8.0.redhat-60024

(root@8cdbdd27720a home)# client -r 2 -d 60 -u admin -p admin "osgi:headers 128"

JBoss A-MQ Fabric (128)
-----------------------
Specification-Title = JBoss A-MQ Fabric
Tool = Bnd-1.15.0
Specification-Version = 6.0.0.redhat-057
Specification-Vendor = Red Hat
Embed-Dependency = !*
Implementation-Version = 6.0.0.redhat-057
Build-Jdk = 1.6.0_45
Implementation-Vendor-Id = org.jboss.amq
Created-By = Apache Maven Bundle Plugin
Implementation-Title = JBoss A-MQ Fabric
Manifest-Version = 1.0
Bnd-LastModified = 1385007431709
Built-By = hudson
Implementation-Vendor = Red Hat

Bundle-Vendor = Red Hat
Bundle-Activator = org.fusesource.mq.fabric.Activator
Bundle-Name = JBoss A-MQ Fabric
Bundle-DocURL = http://fabric.fusesource.org/
Bundle-Description = JBoss A-MQ Fabric
Bundle-SymbolicName = org.jboss.amq.mq-fabric
Bundle-Version = 6.0.0.redhat-057
Bundle-License = http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0.txt
Bundle-ManifestVersion = 2

Export-Service = 
    javax.jms.ConnectionFactory

Import-Package = 
    javax.jms;version="(1.1,2)",
    org.apache.activemq,
    org.apache.activemq.broker,
    org.apache.activemq.command,
    org.apache.activemq.network,
    org.apache.activemq.spring,
    org.apache.activemq.transport.discovery,
    org.apache.activemq.util,
    org.apache.xbean.spring.context;version="(3.12,4)",
    org.apache.xbean.spring.context.impl;version="(3.12,4)",
    org.apache.zookeeper;version="(3.4,4)",
    org.codehaus.jackson.annotate;version="(1.9,2)",
    org.fusesource.fabric.groups;version="(7.2,7.3)",
    org.fusesource.fabric.groups.internal;version="(7.2,7.3)",
    org.fusesource.fabric.zookeeper;version="(7.2,7.3)",
    org.fusesource.fabric.zookeeper.internal;version="(7.2,7.3)",
    org.fusesource.fabric.zookeeper.utils;version="(7.2,7.3)",
    org.linkedin.util.clock,
    org.osgi.framework;version="(1.6,2)",
    org.osgi.service.cm;version="(1.4,2)",
    org.osgi.util.tracker;version="(1.5,2)",
    org.slf4j;version="(1.6,2)",
    org.springframework.beans.factory;version="(3,4)",
    org.springframework.beans.factory.xml;version="(3,4)",
    org.springframework.context.support;version="(3,4)",
    org.springframework.core.io;version="(3,4)",
    scala;version="(2.9,2.10)",
    scala.collection;version="(2.9,2.10)",
    scala.collection.generic;version="(2.9,2.10)",
    scala.collection.immutable;version="(2.9,2.10)",
    scala.collection.mutable;version="(2.9,2.10)",
    scala.reflect;version="(2.9,2.10)",
    scala.runtime;version="(2.9,2.10)"
Export-Package = 
    org.fusesource.mq.fabric;
        uses:="scala.reflect,
            org.osgi.framework,
            org.osgi.service.cm,
            scala,
            org.springframework.core.io,
            org.springframework.beans.factory.xml,
            org.apache.xbean.spring.context,
            scala.runtime,
            scala.collection,
            scala.collection.mutable,
            org.apache.activemq.broker,
            org.fusesource.fabric.zookeeper,
            org.apache.activemq.network,
            org.apache.activemq.util,
            org.slf4j,
            org.apache.activemq.spring,
            org.apache.xbean.spring.context.impl,
            scala.collection.generic,
            org.fusesource.fabric.groups,
            scala.collection.immutable,
            javax.jms,
            org.apache.activemq,
            org.springframework.context.support,
            org.fusesource.fabric.groups.internal,
            org.osgi.util.tracker,
            org.springframework.beans.factory,
            org.apache.activemq.transport.discovery,
            org.apache.activemq.command,
            org.codehaus.jackson.annotate,
            org.fusesource.fabric.zookeeper.utils,
            org.apache.zookeeper,
            org.linkedin.util.clock,
            org.fusesource.fabric.zookeeper.internal";
        version=7.2.0.redhat-057

When I try to install my application using the following commands:

client -r 2 -d 60 -u admin -p admin "addurl mvn:com.example/example.features/1.0-SNAPSHOT/xml/features"
client -r 2 -d 60 -u admin -p admin "features:install example-app"

I am receiving the error message shown above, but the QMA sets then seem to be sloppy:

(root@8cdbdd27720a home)# client -r 2 -d 60 -u admin -p admin "osgi:headers 118"

activemq-karaf (118)
--------------------
Manifest-Version = 1.0
Bnd-LastModified = 1365188424349
Tool = Bnd-1.50.0
Built-By = mockbuild
Embed-Transitive = true
Implementation-Version = 5.8.0.redhat-60024
Build-Jdk = 1.6.0_24
Implementation-Title = Apache ActiveMQ
Created-By = Apache Maven Bundle Plugin

Bundle-Vendor = Red Hat, Inc.
Bundle-Name = activemq-karaf
Bundle-DocURL = http://redhat.com
Bundle-Description = Provides resources for running ActiveMQ in Apache Karaf
Bundle-SymbolicName = activemq-karaf
Bundle-Version = 5.8.0.redhat-60024
Bundle-License = http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0.txt
Bundle-ManifestVersion = 2

Export-Service = 
    org.apache.felix.service.command.Function;
        osgi.command.function=browse;
        osgi.command.scope=activemq,
    org.apache.felix.service.command.Function;
        osgi.command.function=bstat;
        osgi.command.scope=activemq,
    org.apache.felix.service.command.Function;
        osgi.command.function=purge;
        osgi.command.scope=activemq,
    org.apache.felix.service.command.Function;
        osgi.command.function=query;
        osgi.command.scope=activemq,
    org.apache.felix.service.command.Function;
        osgi.command.function=list;
        osgi.command.scope=activemq

Import-Package = 
    org.apache.activemq.console,        <--- RED
    org.apache.activemq.console.command,    <--- RED
    org.apache.activemq.console.formatter,  <--- RED
    org.apache.felix.gogo.commands;version="(0.11,1)",
    org.apache.felix.gogo.commands.basic;version="(0.11,1)",
    org.apache.felix.service.command;status=provisional;version="(0.11,1)",
    org.apache.karaf.shell.console;version="(2.3,3)",
    org.apache.karaf.shell.console.commands;version="(2.3,3)",
    org.osgi.framework;version="(1.3,2)",
    org.osgi.service.blueprint;version="(1.0.0,2.0.0)",
    org.osgi.service.blueprint.container;version="(1.0,2)"
Export-Package = 
    org.apache.activemq.karaf.commands;
        uses:="org.apache.felix.service.command,
            org.apache.felix.gogo.commands.basic,
            org.apache.felix.gogo.commands,
            org.osgi.service.blueprint.container,
            org.apache.karaf.shell.console.commands,
            org.apache.karaf.shell.console,
            org.osgi.framework,
            org.apache.activemq.console.command,
            org.apache.activemq.console.formatter,
            org.apache.activemq.console";
        version=5.8.0.redhat-60024

When I try and start it:

(root@8cdbdd27720a home)# client -r 2 -d 60 -u admin -p admin "osgi:start 118"
Error executing command: Error starting bundles:
    Unable to start bundle 118: Unresolved constraint in bundle activemq-karaf (118): Unable to resolve 118.0: missing requirement (118.0) osgi.wiring.package; (osgi.wiring.package=org.apache.activemq.console)

Ditto for JBoss AMQ Bundle:

(root@8cdbdd27720a home)# client -r 2 -d 60 -u admin -p admin "osgi:headers 128"

JBoss A-MQ Fabric (128)
-----------------------
Specification-Title = JBoss A-MQ Fabric
Tool = Bnd-1.15.0
Specification-Version = 6.0.0.redhat-057
Specification-Vendor = Red Hat
Embed-Dependency = !*
Implementation-Version = 6.0.0.redhat-057
Build-Jdk = 1.6.0_45
Implementation-Vendor-Id = org.jboss.amq
Created-By = Apache Maven Bundle Plugin
Implementation-Title = JBoss A-MQ Fabric
Manifest-Version = 1.0
Bnd-LastModified = 1385007431709
Built-By = hudson
Implementation-Vendor = Red Hat

Bundle-Vendor = Red Hat
Bundle-Activator = org.fusesource.mq.fabric.Activator
Bundle-Name = JBoss A-MQ Fabric
Bundle-DocURL = http://fabric.fusesource.org/
Bundle-Description = JBoss A-MQ Fabric
Bundle-SymbolicName = org.jboss.amq.mq-fabric
Bundle-Version = 6.0.0.redhat-057
Bundle-License = http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0.txt
Bundle-ManifestVersion = 2

Export-Service = 
    javax.jms.ConnectionFactory

Import-Package = 
    javax.jms;version="(1.1,2)",
    org.apache.activemq,                                <--- RED
    org.apache.activemq.broker,                         <--- RED
    org.apache.activemq.command,                        <--- RED
    org.apache.activemq.network,                        <--- RED
    org.apache.activemq.spring,                         <--- RED
    org.apache.activemq.transport.discovery,            <--- RED
    org.apache.activemq.util,                           <--- RED
    org.apache.xbean.spring.context;version="(3.12,4)",
    org.apache.xbean.spring.context.impl;version="(3.12,4)",
    org.apache.zookeeper;version="(3.4,4)",
    org.codehaus.jackson.annotate;version="(1.9,2)",
    org.fusesource.fabric.groups;version="(7.2,7.3)",
    org.fusesource.fabric.groups.internal;version="(7.2,7.3)",
    org.fusesource.fabric.zookeeper;version="(7.2,7.3)",
    org.fusesource.fabric.zookeeper.internal;version="(7.2,7.3)",
    org.fusesource.fabric.zookeeper.utils;version="(7.2,7.3)",
    org.linkedin.util.clock,
    org.osgi.framework;version="(1.6,2)",
    org.osgi.service.cm;version="(1.4,2)",
    org.osgi.util.tracker;version="(1.5,2)",
    org.slf4j;version="(1.6,2)",
    org.springframework.beans.factory;version="(3,4)",
    org.springframework.beans.factory.xml;version="(3,4)",
    org.springframework.context.support;version="(3,4)",
    org.springframework.core.io;version="(3,4)",
    scala;version="(2.9,2.10)",
    scala.collection;version="(2.9,2.10)",
    scala.collection.generic;version="(2.9,2.10)",
    scala.collection.immutable;version="(2.9,2.10)",
    scala.collection.mutable;version="(2.9,2.10)",
    scala.reflect;version="(2.9,2.10)",
    scala.runtime;version="(2.9,2.10)"
Export-Package = 
    org.fusesource.mq.fabric;
        uses:="scala.reflect,
            org.osgi.framework,
            org.osgi.service.cm,
            scala,
            org.springframework.core.io,
            org.springframework.beans.factory.xml,
            org.apache.xbean.spring.context,
            scala.runtime,
            scala.collection,
            scala.collection.mutable,
            org.apache.activemq.broker,
            org.fusesource.fabric.zookeeper,
            org.apache.activemq.network,
            org.apache.activemq.util,
            org.slf4j,
            org.apache.activemq.spring,
            org.apache.xbean.spring.context.impl,
            scala.collection.generic,
            org.fusesource.fabric.groups,
            scala.collection.immutable,
            javax.jms,
            org.apache.activemq,
            org.springframework.context.support,
            org.fusesource.fabric.groups.internal,
            org.osgi.util.tracker,
            org.springframework.beans.factory,
            org.apache.activemq.transport.discovery,
            org.apache.activemq.command,
            org.codehaus.jackson.annotate,
            org.fusesource.fabric.zookeeper.utils,
            org.apache.zookeeper,
            org.linkedin.util.clock,
            org.fusesource.fabric.zookeeper.internal";
        version=7.2.0.redhat-057

The startup of the sets results from the following error:

(root@8cdbdd27720a home)# client -r 2 -d 60 -u admin -p admin "osgi:start 128"
Error executing command: Error starting bundles:
    Unable to start bundle 128: Unresolved constraint in bundle org.jboss.amq.mq-fabric (128): Unable to resolve 128.1: missing requirement (128.1) osgi.wiring.package; (osgi.wiring.package=org.apache.activemq)

Does anyone know why this is happening? Why does this work when done manually but as part of the build of the fixed menu, it fails.

database – Job SQL Server 2016 that copies files from a Windows server to a Linux server

I have a trigger that generates XML files and leaves them in a folder. These files will be used by another application. The company's policies do not allow to extract them from the folder where I create them, because this folder is on the server. where the database is installed, I was thus asked to create a job moving these files on a SFTP linux server, otherwise the trigger could be sent directly to the other server.
I therefore need a script that can do this job.

CREATE PROCEDURE dbo.pa_gea_crear_xml_bmcbridge
(
@p_ntra INTEGER – # transaction number
)
AS
To start

    DECLARE @l_Id INT                   --# ERROR O EXITO DE LA OPERACION
    DECLARE @l_Msje VARCHAR(1000)       --# Mensaje de error o exito de la operacion
    DECLARE @l_Ruta VARCHAR(250)        --#Ruta del directorio
    DECLARE @l_Trx_typ VARCHAR(32)      --#Valor del campo TRX_TYP
    DECLARE @l_Sql_Cmd VARCHAR(1000)    --#sentencia sql
    DECLARE @l_Sql_Shell VARCHAR(1000)  --#setencia para la consola shell
    DECLARE @l_Nom_Arch VARCHAR(16)     --#nombre del archivo

    BEGIN TRY

        SET @l_Ruta  ='T:RemesasLiq_RemeBackup';
        SET @l_Sql_Cmd = '';
        SET @l_Sql_Shell = '';
        SET @l_Trx_typ = '';
        SET @l_Nom_Arch = 'TLOG';

        SELECT @l_Trx_typ = LTRIM(RTRIM(TRX_TYP)) FROM EXP_POSLOG WHERE ID = @p_ntra;

        IF (@l_Trx_typ = 'TenderOutflow')
        BEGIN
            SET @l_Nom_Arch = 'TLOG'+'_'+Cast(@p_ntra as varchar(10))+'.XML'
            SET @l_Sql_Cmd = 'SELECT POSLOG FROM EXP_POSLOG WHERE ID = '+ Cast(@p_ntra as varchar(10));
            Set @l_Sql_Shell = 'EXEC xp_cmdshell ' +char(39) +'bcp' +' "'+@l_Sql_Cmd+'"'+  ' QUERYOUT '+ '"'+@l_Ruta+@l_Nom_Arch+'"' +' -T -c -t"t"'+char(39);                                                             
            Execute  (@l_Sql_Shell) 

        END


    END TRY
    BEGIN CATCH

        SET @l_Id =   ERROR_NUMBER()
        SET @l_Msje = ERROR_MESSAGE()

        SELECT @l_Id as 'id', @l_Msje as 'msje'

    END CATCH

END

GO

CREATE TRIGGER tr_gea_exp_poslog
ABOUT EXP_POSLOG
AFTER INSERT
AS
DECLARE @l_IdInsertado INTEGER
To start
SET NOCOUNT ON;
select @l_IdInsertado = the inserted ID;
EXEC pa_gea_crear_xml_bmcbridge @l_IdInsertado;
END
GO;

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linux – iptables redirecting the tun to the main interface

I'm testing with raw sockets to understand how packets are flowing at a low level. I think the best way to understand it is to send packets directly to the network (for example, a ping request or a much more accurate echo query) and wait for the answer (eg , an echo response).

To avoid network noise, I tried to create a tun interface and transfer traffic to the main interface and vice versa.

ip tuntap add dev tun0 mode tun
ip addr add 10.20.0.1/24 dev tun0
ip link set dev tun0 up

and apply iptables rules to transfer traffic between interfaces

iptables -A FORWARD -i tun0 -o venet0 -j ACCEPT
iptables -A FORWARD -i venet0 -o tun0 -m state --state ESTABLISHED,RELATED -j ACCEPT
iptables -t nat -A POSTROUTING -o venet0 -j MASQUERADE

If I do not have bad memories, I think I have already done something similar to redirect OpenVPN traffic to the local network.

I do not know if I'm doing anything wrong, if so, how could I do it?

thank you so much

How long does it normally take to install oracle 18c in linux mint?

I'm trying to install Oracle xe 18c in Mint Linux, apparently it works well, but that does not happen from the next point.

Specify a password to be used for database accounts. Oracle recommends that the password entered should be at least 8 characters in length, contain at least 1 uppercase character, 1 lower case character and 1 digit [0-9]. Note that the same password will be used for SYS, SYSTEM and PDBADMIN accounts:
Confirm the password:
Configuring Oracle Listener.
Listener configuration succeeded.
Configuring Oracle Database XE.
Introduzca la contraseña de usuario SYS: 
**************
Introduzca la contraseña de usuario SYSTEM: 
**************
Introduzca la contraseña de usuario de PDBADMIN: 
*************
Preparar para funcionamiento de base de datos
7% finalizado
Copiando archivos de base de datos

This continues about 15 minutes ago, I doubt that the installation time is long and that I am just patient or that something is wrong?

linux – mysql.sock file removed, can not recreate

I'm using centos, I've done some mysql installations
Once my work was done, I removed all mysql installations with the help of

rpm -qa | grep mysql

Yum delete mysql-community-release-el7-5.noarch

I've tried to uninstall, reinstall mysql. I've tried different options to add 127.0.0.1 to the my.conf file, and so on.

I still can not recreate mysql.sock

I have searched from the root and the file does not exist
I can not use TCP to connect to 127.0.0.1
Any ideas on how to connect to my instance?
Thank you