I've setup Glassfish on a pc1 in a LAN, and can browse to the ip address of pc1 from pc2, from the same network. I've set pc1 with a hostname, a Fully Qualified Doman Name (FQDN) registered through noip.com; the FQDN points to the public ip address for the router.
From within the network, of course, it's possible to ping the ip address of pc1.
My CentOS 7 VPS has SELinux enabled and is monitored by Collectd. It uses rrdtool to log the reported data. Pommi released a great solution that made me able to review all data on a webpage called CGP (http://pommi.nethuis.nl/collectd-graph-panel-v0-4/).
The RRD data is stored in /var/lib/collectd/my.host.name
I would like the hostname command to show the fqdn by default on CentOS Linux. What must be done to get this behavior? I am not looking to alias hostname to 'hostname --fqdn' I am looking to modify the system in a way that the gethostbyname calls, or whatever is used to get hostname get the entire fqdn ala host.example.bar.
I'd like to use the Python 3 interpreter within collectd, but there's no (documented) option to set the path or the version of the interpreter, and it defaults to the Python 2 interpreter that's also installed on my system (at /usr/bin/python2.7).
My Python 3 interpreter is located at /usr/bin/python3 and /usr/bin/python is symlinked to it; running "env python" and "python" both give me the Pytho
I log various stats both generic and custom from a lot of different servers using collectd to a single host running a network listener. The setup is pretty simple. All the systems run an instance of collectd. The collection server runs the rrdtool plugin to save the data and runs the network plugin in server mode to keep a port open and collect stuff from everybody else.