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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
2.6.32-71.el6.x86_64
SOLUTION 1

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
2.6.32-71.29.1.el6.x86_64
$rpm -qa | grep -e kernel-headers -e kernel-devel
kernel-headers-2.6.32-71.29.1.el6.x86_64
kernel-devel-2.6.32-71.29.1.el6.x86_64
SOLUTION 2

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
2.6.32-71.el6.x86_64
$ rpm -qa | grep -e kernel-headers -e kernel-devel
kernel-headers-2.6.32-71.el6.x86_64
kernel-devel-2.6.32-71.el6.x86_64
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

Hello,

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>

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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:

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/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:

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

–keep-dst
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.

–online
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.

Regards,
Silvester J
http://365HostingSupport.com

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

http://download.virtualbox.org/virtualbox/3.2.12/VirtualBox-3.2-3.2.12_68302_fedora14-1.i686.rpm

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.

Regards,
Silvester J
http://365HostingSupport.com

Server Security Hardening and Optimizations

Server Security Hardening & Optimizations

We do believe that securing the server from updated threads or latest bugs is continues process and needs proactive approach, hence the reason we have established the separate expert team who is only responsible to hardening the server and test it on different level to make sure the performance and security of the server and services. Please let us know if you have any issues with further singup process or any queries related to feature or account and we will be happy to assist you with the same.

Support Servers and Control Panel
CentOS 5, 6 ( cPanel , Plesk , DirectAdmin )
RHEL4,5,6 (cPanel, Plesk , DirectAdmin )
Fedora (cPanel, Plesk , DirectAdmin )
Linux Plain Servers without Control Panel
Estimated Analysis and Completion Time
Within 6 to 8 hours
Reviewing the Server and Sites after Security Applied
Free Three Days Support after Security Applied
Security Software Installations
Complete Server Setup and Investigations
CSF or APF Firewall ( You can let us know via Ticket)
Installing Mod-Security with Advanced Customize Rules
Installing ClamAV Anti Virus (Integrating Exim)
Installing Maldet ( Malicious Code Removal Software )
Installing LSM ( Linux Socket Monitor ) – Optional
Installing PRM ( Process Resource Monitor ) – Optional
Services Optimization
Apache Tweaking & Optimizing Performance
MySQL Optimization
Exim Optimization
LiteSpeed Optimization
Server Management and Hardening
Lockdown & Hardening the Root Password
Secure SSHD Port
sysctl.conf Hardening
host.conf Hardening
PHP and Apache Compilation with Advanced Modules ( mod_deflate, mod_security etc.)
Network Security with hosts.allow & hosts.deny
nsswitch.conf Hardening
CloudFlare Module Installations
CloudFlare Support
Enable DDOS Protection
Root Login Email Notifications
Noexec, Nosuid Temporary Directories (noexec Directories such as /tmp, /var/tmp, /dev/shm)
Security Updates as released by OS and/or Control Panel
LiteSpeed Setup and Configurations
Nginx Reverse Proxy Setups
SSL Certificate Installations
Custom Mail Server Setups
ClamAV Integration with Exim
Custom Bash script Setups
Updates Applied as Required
Fixing Failed Services
Securing Services
Disable Unwanted Services
Securing DNS
Securing MySQL
Enable PHP Open_Basedir Protection
Enable mod_userdir Protection
Securing Console Access
PHP5 Hardening (Only, No PHP4)
Configuring Anti-Spam Features to Reduce Spam ( Enable RBL ACLs, SPF Protection, & Spam Assassin Configurations )
Service Optimizations
Tweaking and Optimizing Apache2.2
LiteSpeed Installation and Configurations
Exim Mail Services Optimization
PHP5 Optimization ( Installing XCache or EAccelerator )
PHP Hardening ( SUPHP, SUHOSIN )
Mod_security Setup and Configurations
MySQL Optimization ( INNODB and MYISAM Settings )
3rd Party Software Installation ( Optional )
Fantastico, RVSkin, ClamAV, Zend Optimizer, IonCube, FFMPEG, FFMPEG-PHP, RED5 etc.
Disaster Recovery & Hack Recovery
If your server is under spam, DDoS attack or hacked with external scripts under /tmp, We will investigate and fix the issue.
Note: Additional charges applied for recovering or restoring all the Index Hacked Pages back on the server.
Server Log Analysis
Monitoring the Server Logs for Spam Source
Restart Failed Services upon Notifications
Fixing Server Services having Problems

Server Management Services

 

If you are running a webhosting or dedicated server and want to concentrate your business part rather than the technical part, we are here to help you with your all technical worries with help of our dedicated and expert team. 365hostingsupport’s is already dealing with the multiple clients and having smart team of Engineer’s who are committed to help you 24*7*365.

Our mission at 365 hosting Support is to provide high quality Linux and Windows Server Management, network infrastructure management, and server and network support services at affordable rates to all our clients.Whether you are running a competitive web hosting business or providing servers, We offer a wide range of technical support services that work in favour of your business. Services like Server Management, Server Monitoring, Server Security and even Server Optimizations are all designed to ensure your business operates smoothly without any problems.

Why 365 Hosting Support ?

Managing 100+ servers
Certified System Admins
True 24X7 Support
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Server Security
Unlimited Ticket Support

Our plans differs in below Services :

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– Linux/Windows Server Security
– Cpanel Server Management

– Plesk Server Management
– Emergency Services
– Outsource Support
– Helpdesk Management

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Cagefs Management

CageFS is a kernel level security which enable the separate environment for user level and protect from been hacked on different level such as symbolic link, openbase dir etc.

More on CageFS is a classified file system and a set of tools to contain each user in its own ‘cage’. Each customer will have its own fully functional CageFS, with all the system files, tools, etc.

Why You need CageFS ?

– Per user, virtualized file system
– User can see only their own files / safe system files
– Virtualized /etc, including passwd file
– No config files with all the users
– Only one user in /home
– No presence of other users.
– Virtualized /proc – user can see only their own processes
– Virtualized /dev file system

We have the domain experts which will install and setup the cloudlinux + cageFS security on your server without interrupting your applications and server settings.

This task includes

– kernel Installation / upgrade
– Kernel Patch
– Configure YUM to auto update
– Update the Application
– Customize the security setting
– Apply cage changes on server wide
– Test the working of services and applications
– Set Alert systems
– Set the System environment to help and avoid back-doors.
– Secure unwanted services and binaries

If you already running the CageFS , please note that the default setting may not protect you with the internet threads. It need to be optimize and secure as per the requirement. We all do it for you. Contact us for Support or emergency support at sales@365hostingsupport.com.

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