Here is the new version of TOR rpm package, you may also install other mainstreams versions from EPEL, currently this one is the latest.
This package is for RHEL 6.4 and all it’s clones (CentOS, Scientific Linux, etc)
scr code: https://www.torproject.org/dist/tor-0.2.4.17-rc.tar.gz
rpm -Uvh tor-0.2.4.17.rc-tor.0.rh6_4.x86_64
yum localinstall tor-0.2.4.17.rc-tor.0.rh6_4.x86_64
Hope it helps,
It’s been a while since I last wrote and today I won’t write much either, I’ll just leave an update on the TOR rpm packages for RHEL 6 and it’s clones.
Pedro M. S. Oliveira
About a year ago I’ve setup some linux RHEL 6 with multipath access to an HP EVA storage.
Today I needed to do it again, and to do so i needed to list all the path available to the storage device, here’s my command line (hope it helps someone else) to list all the path and volumes:
ls /dev/sd* | grep -E -v '[0-9]' | while read D ; do F=$(echo $D) ; \
echo -n $F ; echo -n " " ; scsi_id --page=0x83 --whitelisted --device=$F | \
sort -k 2 ; done | sort -k 2
The output should be something like this:
As you can see I’ve one available disk on this server, actually this one is a RAID1 (HW) config (sda), 16 paths to my storage device, that delivers 4 different volumes (4 paths to each volume).
Sometime later I’ll discuss the multipath configuration but for now i just wanted to leave the command line that help me list all the paths ids.