ABillS. SNMP Port Shift

I noticed once that on Huawei switches SNMP port indices can be shifted, for example, on Huawei s2326 VLANs are considered first, for example ifIndex.1 is vlan1, ifIndex.2, ifIndex.3, ifIndex.4 are user VLANs, and then ifIndex5 is the port Ethernet1. Because of this, when binding client services to switch ports in ABillS, the ports will not be displayed correctly.

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Shutting down the Linux server with the Power button

There were cases when it was urgent to turn off some Linux Ubuntu servers using the Power button, but when it was pressed, nothing happened. And to go over SSH and enter the poweroff or shutdown commands, the option is not optimal. So the solution to this inconvenience is to install ACPID (Power Management Services):

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