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comment How to Increase the Size of an XFS File System?
right, that part i figured)) i need to increase / mount point, so i need to edit partition, increase blocks and then i gotta xfs_growfs.
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asked How to Increase the Size of an XFS File System?
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comment How does one keeps Amazon EC2 mount point in sync?
@cyberx86 can't have ANY delay, it has to happen in real time or close to it.
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comment Apache returns default page instead my content
take a look into logs, see what's going on there...
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comment Optimization Tips For MYSQL Tuner/Primer
@Tyler: maybe it's better to post it to dba.stackexchange.com
Jul
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comment TCP connection socket timeout
are you seeing anything inside of MongooseIM logs?
Jul
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comment insufficient space in download directory /var/cache/yum/updates/packages
It'd probably easier to attach another storage and mount it separately (outside of root). Try use Google, search for: virtualbox add storage linux.
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comment Linux User generation script
@Iain that's true, my guess it'd be easier for OP to learn how to use useradd instead of scripting it, as in order to script you still need to learn how to use useradd first.
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comment Linux User generation script
@MadHatter in RHEL adduser is symlink to useradd (/usr/sbin/adduser -> useradd)
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comment Linux User generation script
Actually OP didn't specified OS (REDHAT OR Ubuntu) and I'm on REDHAT (that's where I copy and paste output of adduser command).