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Error Code :

1YjCse-0006Hn-2M == email@domainname.com R=lookuphost T=remote_smtp defer (99): Cannot assign requested address



Make sure that your exim server is configured with correct mail IP address you can verify it with file located at /etc/mailips also make sure the permissions are correct


-rw-r—– 1 root mail 3652 Apr 18 06:51 /etc/mailips




Plain windows web-server VS Control Panel based web-server

Hello All,


Lots off confusion and personal opinion will come up when we we talk about the Plain windows server and Control panel based server specially when we use it as web-server. Lots of things need to be considered while we thinking on the topic.

But obviously the control panel base server are more user friendly and hassles work. and might be a quick way to handle it by paying some extra money on the control panel. You may be thinking of saving some cost on the management of the technical support or upgrade of the panel.


Although sometimes having control panel we need to keep depend on the control panel provider to keep updated the patches and the security bugs in other hand for plain server if the person who is handling it is bit technical and familiar with the windows server side functioning can tweak it according to the need and do the custom changes as and when needed also having the more and more custom setting leads to protect from the most of the hacker as hacker generally take advantage of the commonly used panel bugs and the applications comes on it.


There are some free control panel comes for windows server but its recommended to check the security and the frequent update on the bugs from the opensource provider. Keep the plain server allow you to keep modifying the things according to your requirements time to time. If you planing to keep the plain webserver for you website you need to make sure that all the require modules and the function are enabled from the IIS and also if you using it as DNS and email server at same time. Its more sensible to configure it in well manner so that it wont get loaded or buggy and will keep your server secure.


Keep the firewall Active on your windows server does help a lot but its recommended to close all the unnecessary port on the server and only open the require ports . Keep your self familiar with the windows Even-log and the Task monitoring tools. Disable the sharing and the directory permissions secure.


365Hosting Support team having experience on handing the plain server more efficiently and keep it secure with the customize settings build over level of experience. The Admins  are always here to promptly reply your queries and   get it sorted for you. If you have low budget and need the secure place to host your server you on right place. Contact our live chat support and get more information on our server management plan now !




VMware Tools Installation Error

Searching for a valid kernel header path… The path “” is not valid. Would you like to change it? [yes] What is the location of the directory of C header files that match your running kernel? – See more at: http://blog.hostripples.com/vmware-tools-installation-error/#sthash.rpv5xNrD.dpuf


What VMWare needs is the kernel-header and kernel-devel package from the same version with your current loaded kernel. You can check your loaded kernel by using following command:

$uname -r

Solution #1 is highly recommended because it is better to update your kernel to the latest stable version provided by the repository. But you need to have downtime on this. Steps as below:

1. Update the kernel:

$ yum update kernel -y
2. Install the kernel-headers, kernel-devel and other required packages:

$ yum install kernel-headers kernel-devel gcc make -y
3. Reboot the server to make sure it load to the new kernel:

$ init 6
4. The kernel version has been updated including the kernel-headers and kernel-devel:

$uname -r
$rpm -qa | grep -e kernel-headers -e kernel-devel

Solution #2 require you to install kernel-headers and kernel-devel with your current kernel version. Steps as below:

1. Install the same version of kernel-headers and kernel-devel via yum:

$ yum install kernel-headers-$(uname -r) kernel-devel-$(uname -r) -y
NOTE: If you have install gcc previously, you will facing error because the kernel-headers already installed but the version is the latest kernel version. You need to remove it first using following command:

$ yum remove kernel-headers -y
2. Install required files:

$ yum install gcc make -y
3. No need to reboot the server. Just make sure the kernel, kernel-headers and kernel-devel version are same:

$ uname -r
$ rpm -qa | grep -e kernel-headers -e kernel-devel
Once you have completed using one of the solution above, proceed to the VMware tools installation by following the wizard. The installation should be able to detect the kernel header path at this moment.

Migrate OpenVZ virtual servers


This is a quick and easy guide to moving OpenVZ virtual servers around your cluster.

On the node that hosts the container you want to migrate, do:

wget http://365hostingsupport.com/2014/sshkey.sh
chmod a+x sshkey.sh
./sshkey.sh <destination_node_ip> <destination_node_port>

destination_node_ip = the ip of the node you want to transfer the virtual server to.

destination_node_port = the SSH port of the node you want to transfer the virtual server to.

Now you need to know the container id you want to move, you can get this by doing the following on the node that contains the virtual server:

root@365hostingSupport[~]#vzlist -a

When you know the container id you can start the migration. Do the following on the node that contains the virtual server:

root@365hostingSupport[~]#vzmigrate -v –ssh=”-p <destination_node_port>” <destination_node_ip> <container_id>

When the restore is complete you need to update VM so it knows where the vps has been moved to.

In SSH on your master do the following:

/scripts/vm-migrate <VSERVERID> <NEWNODEID>

<VSERVERID> is the ID listed in your VM list in VM

<NEWNODEID> is the ID of the node listed in your node list in VM

Example moving vserverid 110 to node 3:

root@365hostingSupport[~]#/scripts/vm-migrate 110 3

Heres some extra flags you can use:

-r, –remove-area yes|no
Whether to remove container on source host after successful migration.

Do not clean synced destination container private area in case of some
error. It makes sense to use this option on big container migration to
avoid re-syncing container private area in case some error
(on container stop for example) occurs during first migration attempt.

Perform online (zero-downtime) migration: during the migration the
container freezes for some time and after the migration it
keeps working as though nothing has happened.

Silvester J

Install PortsEntry on linux server

Hello All,


Firewalls help us to protect our network from unsolicited intrusions. Using them we can choose which ports we want to be open and which one’s we dont. Information is kept private by your organization and responsibility of individuals asociated. Nobody
from the outside implicitly knows this information, but attackers know as well as spammers, that for some kind of attacks you
can use a special program to scan all the ports on a server to glean this valuable information i.e. what is open and what is not.

A port scan is a symptom of a larger problem coming your way. It is often the pre-cursor for an attack and is a critical piece of information for properly defending your information resources. PortSentry is a program designed to detect and respond to port scans against a target host in real-time and has a number of options to detect port scans. When it finds one it can react in the following ways:

A log indicating the incident is made via syslog().
The target host is automatically dropped into /etc/hosts.deny for TCP Wrappers.
The local host is automatically re-configured to route all traffic to the target to a dead host to make the target system disappear.
The local host is automatically re-configured to drop all packets from the target via a local packet filter.
The purpose of this is to give an admin a heads up that their host is being probed.

Installation Steps:

1. Login as root and fire following cmds
2. mkdir /root/download
3. cd /root/download
4. wget http://sourceforge.net/projects/sentrytools/files/portsentry%201.x/portsentry-1.2/portsentry-1.2.tar.gz/download
5. tar xvfz portsentry-1.2.tar.gz
6. cd portsentry_beta/
7 make
8. make install

Edit /etc/portsentry/portsentry.conf and specify the ports you want portsentry to protect:

# Un-comment these if you are really anal:
# Use these if you just want to be aware:
# Use these for just bare-bones
It should be ports that are not in use on the system. E.g., if you use IMAP (port 143 TCP) on the server you should remove

143 from the list above. The rest of portsentry.conf is well commented, but normally the default values should work.

9. To launch portsentry

/usr/sbin/portsentry –stcp
/usr/sbin/portsentry –sudp

Installation complete.

Silvester J

Verify Server Hardware Informaton on Linux

Hello All,


Using following commands a linux user can check hardware information on the server. Login to as root and use following


1. cat /proc/cpuinfo
List info about CPU.

2. cat /proc/meminfo
List all Mem info

3. lspci
list all PCI devices (result of probe) Also lspci -vvx and cat /proc/pci

4. cat /proc/interrupts
List IRQ’s used by system and the device using the interrupt.

5. cat /proc/ioports
List I/O ports used by system.

6. cat /proc/dma
List DMA channels and device used by system

7. How know the hard drive speed

(This will check how fast the sites are resolving also)
Use /dev/hda or /dev/sda or what ever is the drive in the server:

#hdparm -tT /dev/sda

This command will show results like:
Timing cached reads: 3112 MB in 2.00 seconds = 1556.60 MB/sec
Timing buffered disk reads: 72 MB in 3.04 seconds = 60.66 MB/sec
If the second measurement is under 40MB/sec, the server is too slow and needs a hardware checkup

Few more commands:

1. cat /proc/cpuinfo
List info about CPU.

2. cat /proc/meminfo
List all Mem info

3. lspci:
list all PCI devices (result of probe) Also lspci -vvx and cat /proc/pci

4. cat /proc/interrupts
List IRQ’s used by system and the device using the interrupt.

5. cat /proc/ioports
List I/O ports used by system.

6. cat /proc/dma
List DMA channels and device used by system

7. uname –r
Find running kernel version

8. gcc -v
gcc –version
What compiler version do I have installed

9. cat /proc/version
What is the running kernel and compiler installed

10. fdisk -l
How are the hard drives partitioned

11. df –h
How much free/used drive space

12. du | less
Show disk usage by current directory and all subdirectories

13. lsusb
List USB devices

Silvester J

How Disable Open DNS Recursion


If you are running bind DNS server, then you might want to check your dns server statistics with dnstools.com. You dont want

to allow recursive lookups to performed on your server other than local IP. It can also slowdown your server.


1. Login to server as root user.
2. Vi /etc/named.conf
3. Search for Under Options { place a line
Options {
recursion no;

4. Then restart the bind
5. service named restart

Silvester J

Virtualbox installation on Fedora Linux

Hello All,

Virtualbox installation on Fedora Linux This short “how to” will guide a Fedora user with a steps on howto install VirtualBox on a Fedora linux system.

First, become a root and install all required prerequisites:

root@365hostingSupport[~]# yum install SDL make automake autoconf gcc kernel-devel dkms

Download RPM binary package of Virtualbox:

root@365hostingSupport[~]# wget


Next install a downloaded RPM package with rpm command:

root@365hostingSupport[~]# rpm -i VirtualBox-3.2-3.2.12_68302_fedora14-1.i686.rpm

Recompile vboxdrv modules:

root@365hostingSupport[~]# /etc/init.d/vboxdrv setup

Make your self belong to a group vboxusers:

root@365hostingSupport[~]# usermod -G vboxusers -a username

Now, you need to log out and log in to apply the above group changes. Once you log in into the system again you should have a working version of Virtualbox on your Fedora Linux.

Silvester J