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iptables does not drop timestamp-request

I have configured iptables to drop timestamp requests with this: iptables -A INPUT -p icmp --icmp-type timestamp-request -j DROP I found that code on the web: page1 page2 I test the settings with ...
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OpenVPN server log - what is the “us=” identifier following the timestamp?

I use OpenVPN 2.3.10 in server mode, with logging set to verb 4. In the log, every line begins by a timestamp (Mon May 11 10:40:10 2020) and then us=, followed by a 5- or 6-digit number. What is this ...
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File timestamps precision - ext3 with nanoseconds, ext4 with milliseconds

It is said that ext3 supports file timestamp precision up to seconds and ext4 up to nanoseconds... What happens is that my old VPS running Ubuntu 12.04 with a ext3 filesystem always (as far as I can ...
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PHP time() around 70 seconds off

As the title suggest a server I am running is producing a timestamp created by the PHP time() function that is about 60-70 slow. The server did not have this problem and it has come out of the blue. ...
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Logging changes to file change/modify attributes

System is Centos8 I need to determine what process is touching a file without making any changes in content. I've tried auditctl but it does not seem to have a filesystem watch that can track these ...
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UNIX Copy/Move files in same directory preserving timestamp

Following is the scenario. There are multiple files in a directory created by users belonging to same unix group. Unix Group: Prod. User in Prod Unix Group: User1 User2 User3. All 3 users have same ...
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syslog-ng freezes/doesnt log when it encounters log messages with older time stamp

we are seeing issue with syslog-ng 3.8.1 dropping logs with older timestamp. Our system has an issue in persisting hardware clock after a reboot however, it might be an issue even with ntp jitter as ...
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SHA256 timestamps from comodo vs symantec for 2008r2 drivers

When signing a cab with a sha256 EV certificate we wanted to also use a sha256 timestamp. When trying with the comodo (where we got the EV cert) server we tried: /tr http://timestamp.comodoca.com/?td=...
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mysqldump 5.7 to 5.5 compatibility

I am trying to export data from mysql 5.7 in to mysql 5.5 server. The problem that i am facing is that 5.5 does not support more than one ON UPDATE CURRENT_TIMESTAMP, but the 5.7 has multiple ...
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Copy (sync) timestamps only of already copied files and folders in Windows

I have problem with lost timestamps ( creation date ) on files copied using Total Commander - only modification date remained. It's hundreds thousands of files and few TB of data, so I prefer not to ...
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What does it mean in log file: month: 1432

I came aross a log format (from a data management product called Immuta) in Json which shows: { "id": "5cbe96c0-70fa-11e9-996b-21bef380b159", "dateTime": "1557255621161", "month": 1432, ..... } ...
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Convert absolute time in log lines to relative intervals

Given a normal text-format line-oriented log file with timestamps in absolute form, is there any convenient tool that converts them to relative time-intervals? e.g. 2019-01-11 19:31:35 UTC LOG: ...
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linux system time temporally jumps

I saw a strange system time changing behavior in some (hardware) servers: in /var/logs/syslog, the date time preceding each log message sometimes change to a random one and gets back to normal in the ...
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Get client time on Apache server

I actually have two questions: 1) The timestamp in Apache error.log file is client's time or the server's? 2) If I connect to the server via command line and execute the command HEAD / HTTP/1.0, ...
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Is GNU tar incremental backup reliable if ext4 is mounted with noatime?

My system is running on SSD on top of LVM logical volume, formatted to ext4. I'm using noatime option at my fstab for this partition. I'm going to do incremental backups of system partition using LVM ...

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