A. J. Lill Consultants, located in Waterloo Region, provides contract consulting and systems administration services in the Linux and Networking fields
Just finished an upgrade of ossec from 2.7.1 to the latest 2.8.3. I'll skip the rant about projects that use homegrown install scripts that assume you are going to compile their software on every host, since I went through the headache of reverse-engineering that mess long ago and the anger has subsided!
Hit a few problems, or perhaps they were always there and I never noticed.
First I got
2016/07/15 17:07:33 ossec-remoted: WARN: Duplicate error: global: 1, local: 3846, saved global: 2464, saved local:8074
I finally bit the bullet and upgraded my websites to Drupal 8. For this website, the original was a bunch of static, hand-written html pages that hadn't been updated on over a decade, so this was more of an abandonment. My other site, Tony's Education Website, was a Drupal 6 site using a number of modules that had fallen out of maintenance. This is also my first serious go-around with Debian Jessie, and the notorious systemd. More about that in another post.