I wasn’t able to install the Open Source chef server (11.0.x) on CentOS 6.4 earlier today because of errors starting up RabbitMQ. After some poking I finally came across the answer! Turns out my installation of CentOS has the qpidd server installed. After stopping that and uninstalling (yum erase qpid-cpp-server) everything worked!
: The 1st octet permissions for the owner.
r w x T : The 2nd octet permissions for the group.
Owner: 4 2 1 7 : The 3rd octet permissions for everyone else.
Group: 0 0 0 0 : For each octet, start at 0 and:
Other: 0 0 0 0 : +4 for read permission.
: +2 for write permission.
: +1 for execute permission
Command: chmod 700
One of the trainers at Crossfit showed us how to VooDoo wrap the shoulders to loosen them up. I was skeptical at first but after it was obvious that it worked as the shoulder that had been wrapped first was significantly more mobile than the other. I ordered a set to start working on shoulder mobility at home. My hope is that these may be able to reduce the clicking I’ve got going on in my shoulders.