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Yesterday
Marc Laporte created a new topic Elasticsearch: Integrated search on files, email, web content, etc. in the forums.
Hi!

Elasticsearch is a flexible and powerful free / libre / open source, distributed, real-time search and analytics engine. It is super fast, RESTful, based on Apache Lucene and has a very high activity level: www.ohloh.net/p/elasticsearch

It is part of "The Elasticsearch ELK Stack". The two other apps of the stack are:
* Logstash helps you take logs and other time based event data from any system and store it in a single place for additional transformation and processing.
* Kibana is Elasticsearch’s data visualization engine, allowing you to natively interact with all your data in Elasticsearch via custom dashboards.

See also: solr-vs-elasticsearch.com/


Does anyone have experience / interest with it? I would like to explore running Elasticsearch on ClearOS, and handling the security aspects:
* github.com/elasticsearch/elasticsearch/issues/664
* github.com/sonian/elasticsearch-jetty

Elasticsearch is part of Tiki suite:
* www.clearfoundation.com/Community/Groups/141/Viewgroup.html
* suite.tiki.org/Tiki+Suite

These are the types of use cases we are looking to cover:
tiki.org/Use+Cases+for+NLP+and+IR+in+Tiki

I would like to extend this to data outside Tiki, notably the files in the ClearOS-Samba Flexshares and emails in Zarafa.

Best regards,

M
11:22 PM
Marc Laporte created a new topic Kaltura Video Management: Looking for a volunteer to test installation in the forums.
Hi!

Kaltura is a super powerful video management solution.

It has a very high activity level:
www.ohloh.net/p/kaltura-ce

Kaltura is working to make the install process easier:
blog.kaltura.org/introducing-kipp-kaltura-install-made-simple

Can someone try this on ClearOS? Could be an interesting app for the marketplace.

Kaltura is part of Tiki suite:
www.clearfoundation.com/Community/Groups/141/Viewgroup.html
suite.tiki.org/Tiki+Suite

Best regards,

M
10:23 PM
Peter Baldwin replied to the topic Re:Samba4 - No package app-samba-directory available in the forums.
Hi Ryan,

I just added a note in the Samba Directory alpha1/beta1 release notes -- the test versions are no longer available. Sorry for the confusion.

The next Samba Directory beta will be available in ClearOS 7. There has always been a big gotcha with Samba 4 on the Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 Linux variants: the underlying Kerberos implementation is incompatible. It looks like this library issue has been resolved in version 7, so all focus for Samba 4 has shifted to ClearOS 7.
09:15 AM
5 days ago
Aaron Bylund and Ricardo Granados are now connections 02:25 PM
1 week ago
Marc Laporte created a new topic PHP 5.5 / PHP 5.6 : what is the best way to get on ClearOS 6.x ? in the forums.
Hi!

PHP 5.5 was released 10 months ago:
php.net/archive/2013.php#id2013-06-20-1

PHP 5.6 is in beta:
docs.php.net/archive/2014.php#id2014-04-11-1

The next version of Tiki will require PHP 5.5 -> Our rapid frequent cycle pushes innovation but folks that don't have recent versions of PHP can stay on Tiki 12.x LTS (5 year support period). Reference: info.tiki.org/Version+Lifecycle

What is the best way to get PHP 5.5 / 5.6 on ClearOS 6,x?

Thanks!

M
Apr 16
Jim Robinson replied to the topic Re: kernel vs kernel-devel in the forums.
Cool. Thanks for the clarification.
Apr 15
Jim Robinson created a new topic kernel vs kernel-devel in the forums.
Hopefully I am being stupid and not seeing something glaringly obvious here...
Why when I am on this kernel and there are no kernels available update/upgrade and I getting a newer version when I install kernel-devel?

Code:


uname -a
Linux SERVER 2.6.32-358.23.2.v6.x86_64 #1 SMP Mon Oct 21 19:42:05 MDT 2013 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux

yum update kernel
<snip>
Setting up Update Process
No Packages marked for Update

yum install kernel-devel
<snip>
Resolving Dependencies
--> Running transaction check
---> Package kernel-devel.x86_64 0:2.6.32-431.11.2.v6 will be installed
--> Finished Dependency Resolution
<snip>
Installing:
 kernel-devel                x86_64                2.6.32-431.11.2.v6                 clearos-addons                8.8 M



Find myself having to go grab the newer kernel from the FTP site and install it to be able to compile anything....
Not the end of the world but surely I am missing something obvious? Done this on about 10 systems so far on v6.5 so I know it's not the registration etc...

/me scratching head
Any ideas?
Cheers!

Jim
Apr 15
Peter Baldwin replied to the topic Re:Cannot retrieve repository metadata (repomd.xml) too many redirects in the forums.
Hi all,

I don't have any post-mortem details of the cluster outage that happened on the weekend, but the "mirror.clearfoundation.com" issue is now resolved. This is what I do know:

When the ClearFoundation mirror system does not have an updated list of available mirrors (which should never happen?), the system falls back to a single mirror.clearfoundation.com mirror instead a list of mirrors like mirror3-toronto, mirror2-dc, etc. That single fallback hostname was not working properly, hence all the issues.
Apr 14
2 weeks ago
Peter Baldwin replied to the topic Re:New OpenSSL critical security vulnerability, need to upgrade... in the forums.
The update for the Community Edition was pushed out late last night (April 8, EST) and should be on all the mirrors by now.
Apr 09
Marc Laporte, Peter Baldwin replied to the topic Re: New OpenSSL critical security vulnerability, need to upgrade... in the forums.
Here is a great site to test your SSL, and now with a Heartbleed check.
www.ssllabs.com/ssltest/index.html

Best regards,

M
Apr 08
Marc Laporte added a new wall post in the group, Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware & Tiki Suite Apr 04
Aaron Bylund and hendry scholing are now connections Apr 04

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