I have a bash script to download the files from a remote website, which contains the following line:
wget -r -l 8 -nH -nv --user=user --password=password ftp://web5.pipeten.co.uk/some_folder -o /home/bob/logs/wget-log
When I run the script from the command line, it works perfectly. When I run it from my crontab it doesn't because DNS lookup on web5.pipeten.co.uk fails.
30 8 * * 6 bash /home/bob/bin/bb_backup.sh
What have I missed?
# journalctl -b -e
Nov 06 19:54:55 00srv smartd: Device: /dev/sdc [SAT], 8 Currently unreadable (pending) sectors
Nov 06 20:24:56 00srv smartd: Device: /dev/sdc [SAT], 8 Currently unreadable (pending) sectors
Nov 06 20:54:56 00srv smartd: Device: /dev/sdc [SAT], 8 Currently unreadable (pending) sectors
Nov 06 21:24:56 00srv smartd: Device: /dev/sdc [SAT], 8 Currently unreadable (pending) sectors
Nov 06 21:54:55 00srv smartd: Device: /dev/sdc [SAT], 8 Currently unreadable (pending) sectors
# fdisk -l /dev/sdc; smartctl -x /dev/sdc
shows Current_Pending_Sector raw value is 8 after only 1660 power on hours. :-(
How can I find out which device(s) have the bad sectors before replacing the disk?
Are these likely fixable short of replacing the disk? If so, how? Can an extended
offline test force them to be rewritten and reallocated? Could this be some kind
of false alarm on so young a disk?
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In my machine all the network connection does not connect automatically. Except my VPN (openvpn), which has the connection.autoconnect: flag enabled:
The nmcli connection show output:
connection.autoconnect-retries: 0 (forever)
connection.autoconnect-slaves: -1 (default)
What I would like to do is connect the VPN automatically every time I connect to a network. How can I do that? Is the autoconnect flag enough for that?
Nowadays I need to connect manually.
nice logic game Fillets NG is broken for Leap 51.0 and Tumbleweed:
main.cpp:117: ERROR init file not found; path='/usr/share/script/init.lua';
systemdir='/usr/share'; userdir='/home/vojta/.fillets-ng'; hint='try command
line option "systemdir=path/to/data"'
It will probably be some packaging issue or so, because of installation of
version for Leap 42.3 (packages fillets-ng and fillets-ng-data; without any
other change) fixes the problem:
sudo zypper in -f http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/openSUSE:/Leap:/
Everything then works fine.
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