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Dec
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awarded  Notable Question
May
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revised Receive errors counter in /proc/pid/net/dev
edited tags
May
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asked Receive errors counter in /proc/pid/net/dev
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awarded  Popular Question
Jan
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awarded  Popular Question
Aug
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accepted file read performance degrades as number of files increases
Aug
30
comment file read performance degrades as number of files increases
Thx for the clear explanation.
Aug
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revised file read performance degrades as number of files increases
fix formatting
Aug
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comment file read performance degrades as number of files increases
@ChrisNava - both reads and writes are sequential in the file. Is there a way to watch the seek activity to determine if your theory is correct?
Aug
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asked file read performance degrades as number of files increases
Jan
13
accepted CentOS 6 - How to modify iptables during kickstart install?
Jan
13
comment CentOS 6 - How to modify iptables during kickstart install?
I retried this approach and it seems to work. Not sure why my first attempt failed, but copying the custom iptables rules in a %post --nochroot kickstart section seems to work.
Jan
13
comment CentOS 6 - How to modify iptables during kickstart install?
Right, I've tried that and once installation completes, I switch over to VT2 to inspect the filesystem and /mnt/sysimage/etc/sysconfig/iptables contains the old, default settings.
Jan
13
comment CentOS 6 - How to modify iptables during kickstart install?
We need to deploy custom firewall configurations based on the host type. The individual configuration is more complicated than opening access for specific services.
Jan
13
comment CentOS 6 - How to modify iptables during kickstart install?
Our edits require more complicated changes than enabling specific ports.
Jan
12
asked CentOS 6 - How to modify iptables during kickstart install?
Nov
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awarded  Teacher
Nov
29
revised SELinux causes “Permission denied” when starting lighttpd+fastcgi via upstart
edited tags; edited title
Nov
29
answered SELinux causes “Permission denied” when starting lighttpd+fastcgi via upstart
Nov
28
revised SELinux causes “Permission denied” when starting lighttpd+fastcgi via upstart
Added note about SELinux msgs