||Linux 3.6.11+ armv6l
||Pi Rev. B
||Generic AMD A4-3400 APU Dual Core
220.127.116.11 was *unable* to successfully authenticate to any valid user.
Attack was mitigated at the firewall (DROP).
email@example.com was contacted about this event.
Apparently we had a power failure today that my UPS wasn’t quick enough to take over for.
Everything is back up and running.
One database was corrupted but we were able restore it from this morning’s backup.
Backups will be more frequent during storm season.
CentOS 5 x86_64
Postfix 2.3.3 Sources
gcc version 4.1.2 20080704 (Red Hat 4.1.2-44)
2.6.18-164.el5 #1 SMP Thu Sep 3 03:28:30 EDT 2009 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux
# Get the src
1) wget http://mirror.centos.org/centos/5.3/centosplus/SRPMS/postfix-2.3.3-2.1.centos.mysql_pgsql.src.rpm
# Install the src RPM
2) rpm -i postfix-2.3.3-2.1.centos.mysql_pgsql.src.rpm
# Install some dependencies I didn’t have
3.1) yum install pcre-devel
3.2) yum install rpm-build
3.3) yum install mysql-devel.x86_64 openldap-devel.x86_64 db4-devel.x86_64
3.4) yum install gcc.x86_64
# Edit SPECS; remove postgres support
4.1) cd /usr/src/redhat/SPECS
4.2) vi postfix.spec and change “%%define PGSQL 1” to “%define PGSQL 0”
# I didn’t want Postgres support
4.3) “%define MYSQL 1” was already defined for me
Another semi-how-to for my old email server build.
1. Partition harddrive:
/boot 150MB Primary hda1 bootable
/ 3000MB Logical hda5
/var 15000MB Logical hda6
/home 6000MB Logical hda7
swap 1024MB Primary hda3 end of drive
/usr Balance Logical hda8