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==/etc/init.d/[service] [operation]==
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===Restarting, reloading, etc. a Service===
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<pre>/etc/init.d/[service] [operation]</pre>
  
<p>This "pathname" is actually a script that causes the initiate daemon (that constantly stays in memory) to act on a service that has been input.  After the service, an operation can be input in from one of the following: </p>
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''Services''
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* nginx
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* mysql
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* php5-fpm
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* denyhosts
  
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''Operations''
 
* start
 
* start
 
* stop
 
* stop
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* force-reload
 
* force-reload
  
<p>For our purposes, the only services that we know that this script can act on are as follows:  </p>
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===Network File===
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<pre>/etc/network/interfaces</pre>
  
* nginx
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===Important [[This Is Your Brain On Informatics: DenyHosts|Deny Hosts]] Files===
* mysql
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The hosts.deny file is for blocking IP addresses.
* php5-fpm
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<pre>/etc/hosts.deny</pre>
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The hosts.allow file is for permanently giving access to IP addresses.
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<pre>/etc/host.allow</pre>
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{{This Is Your Brain On Informatics}}
  
If you get locked out of your server, enter pico /etc/hosts.deny Once you are in that file, delete the IP address (your IP address) that has been blocked at the bottom of the file.
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Latest revision as of 20:29, 18 March 2014

Restarting, reloading, etc. a Service

/etc/init.d/[service] [operation]

Services

  • nginx
  • mysql
  • php5-fpm
  • denyhosts

Operations

  • start
  • stop
  • reload
  • restart
  • force-reload

Network File

/etc/network/interfaces

Important Deny Hosts Files

The hosts.deny file is for blocking IP addresses.

/etc/hosts.deny

The hosts.allow file is for permanently giving access to IP addresses.

/etc/host.allow