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Nov
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comment ZFS performance: do I need to keep free space in a pool or a file system?
syneticon-dj, thank you for this explanation! Increasing RAM seems to help indeed.
Oct
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accepted Is there a way to limit the network bandwidth / filesystem use per user over NFS on a Solaris 10 file server?
Oct
18
awarded  Teacher
Oct
18
revised What's removing stuff from /var/run at reboots from a fedora machine?
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Oct
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answered What's removing stuff from /var/run at reboots from a fedora machine?
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awarded  Yearling
Oct
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asked Is there a way to limit the network bandwidth / filesystem use per user over NFS on a Solaris 10 file server?
Jul
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comment ZFS: Why does resilvering go over all disks in a pool rather than only those in the raidz1 vdev?
Solaris 10 8/11. The resilvering is over by now, but I can tell you it was a disk inside raidz1-1. Thank you for the pointer to iostat, I will look into it next time I lose a disk. I'll also have to stop nfsd first in order to isolate the resilvering load from the usual load.
Jul
24
comment CUDA: Is it possible to dynamically restrict the number of cores / threads / clock freq. while a process is running on a GPU?
Thank you for your answer! You're right with everything you said, but I'm still looking for some technical details of how to perform the throttling. nvclock was a good start, but it seems that it doesn't support my video cards. Perhaps there are other ways?
Jul
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comment CUDA: Is it possible to dynamically restrict the number of cores / threads / clock freq. while a process is running on a GPU?
Of course you're right, working cooling is absolutely important. Thank you for the pointer to nvclock!
Jul
23
comment CUDA: Is it possible to dynamically restrict the number of cores / threads / clock freq. while a process is running on a GPU?
Yes, this was the first thing I thought of, but unfortunately I can not modify the code to reduce the load. That's why I'm curious if it's possible to do this on the Linux kernel level (tell scheduler to give the process less shares?) or the CUDA driver (same idea).
Jul
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revised CUDA: Is it possible to dynamically restrict the number of cores / threads / clock freq. while a process is running on a GPU?
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Jul
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comment CUDA: Is it possible to dynamically restrict the number of cores / threads / clock freq. while a process is running on a GPU?
I'd appreciate a work-around though. Proper cooling is a different topic, but for a moment I'm looking for a way to control the GPU resources as I described.
Jul
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asked CUDA: Is it possible to dynamically restrict the number of cores / threads / clock freq. while a process is running on a GPU?
Jul
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asked ZFS: Why does resilvering go over all disks in a pool rather than only those in the raidz1 vdev?
Jul
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comment Pass kernel boot parameters from dhcpd.conf for a host group?
OK, I solved it with PXE now. Thank you, dawud!
Jul
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accepted Pass kernel boot parameters from dhcpd.conf for a host group?
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asked Pass kernel boot parameters from dhcpd.conf for a host group?
May
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accepted ZFS performance: do I need to keep free space in a pool or a file system?
May
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comment ZFS performance: do I need to keep free space in a pool or a file system?
OK, thanks a lot for your help!