…directly affected by this bug (it runs behind's Nginx) but we've updated the dependency on as a precaution.
Log exception messages and
Create validation …
nginx logs : Your nginx logs are located at /var/log/ nginx.org . Also Martin Fjordvald has a nice post on tuning nginx for high loads , albeit in a context. However he covers both the access and error log and makes some …/. Nginx log events are stored in the yourapp.access.log and yourapp.error.log. The access log contains records of requests made to the web server, with any related errors being sent to the error.log. Further info on nginx logs can be found at
…ship with a compromised version of OpenSSL, however those services piggyback on the Nginx HTTP proxy that ships with Enterprise Chef to do SSL negotiation. This means that these services ( Chef Manage, Chef Reporting, Chef Push Server) don't require a patched version outside of Enterprise Chef. We will, however, be shipping new packages for these add-ons shortly to ensure that they are on the latest version of OpenSSL.
Yes, it should. I have personally tried, , , Unicorn, Thin, and . They all understood PATCH requests out of the box.
Also,should be in general able to issue PATCH requests. For example in curl(1) you'd execute: curl -d'user[name]=wadus' -X PATCH http://localhost:3000/users/1
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No, not unless you built any of these and statically-linked them with a vulnerable version of OpenSSL. This is not common. 99% of affected users can fix this issue by upgrading their OpenSSL libraries and cycling their keys/certificates.
Again, no. The client sides of Percona Toolkit, Percona XtraBackup, and Percona Cloud Tools…
Our currently include things like installing and recipes (from source and through a launchpad repository), , , , haproxy and many other things. The list was literally growing every day for the first few weeks.
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You are using Passenger Standalone, but without SSL.
Your Passenger Standalone is behind another SSL-enabled reverse proxy.
Update : Please note that the only thing this Phusion Passenger update fixes, is any potential vulnerabilities in the Passenger Standalone binaries that we provide. Your system as a whole may still be vulnerable because you're running …
…header on POST and PUT requests, which was causing issues when running a chef server cluster behind nginx. Akzhan also made the webui sort nodes by name, so they'll be easier to find, and patched ohai to support network devices with underscores in the name.
Joshua Sierles, in addition to being one of the earliest adopters of this release and providing invaluable testing for the attribute precedence updates, fixed the ability to access automatic attributes in attribute files.
[Excellent write-up that covers protected downloads using, , the local filsystem, and/or . Awesome.]
A pretty good idea would be to contribute heavily to open source, and then look for work at companies that look at open source work as equivalent to a resume. If you build up enough really good open source work, you'll soon find people clamoring to hire you. [Even with my limited experience, I've found this to be true. Working …
…that's statically linked against OpenSSL. In many instances, web server software like Nginx is statically linked and must be recompiled. For example, if your Ruby is statically linked to OpenSSL, it's recompile time!
Reboot the server. This must be done before issuing new certificates.