I'm doing a little security hardening and am looking to disable IPv6 at the OS and service layers...
For the OS I've followed other posts and have completed the below...
However I still have services listening on IPv6 both TCP and UDP, I've managed to reconfigure most services to disable their IPv6 support however I'm stuck with Samba a
I just started working on a script. After my research, i found a command which can help me:
AIM: To build a script which starts the services (Services 1) on server 1 automatically whenever its down. And it has a dependency on other service (Service 2) on Server 2.
So my script has to check if service 2 is up and running on other machine and only then has to start Service 1.
Hi. I switched to a pure systemd setup, now I'm not sure which daemons are set up to run at boot. Before it was very simple because all I had to do is look in rc.conf.Someone on irc (sudokode - thanks) suggested "systemctl disable <tab> <tab>". It is a nice trick but I'm sure it is not needed, right?