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Mar
5
comment Unable to get SMART metrics from Seagate Disks on Debian OS
I get same results when I use /dev/sda1.
Mar
4
comment Unable to get SMART metrics from Seagate Disks on Debian OS
Yes, SMART is enabled.
Mar
4
asked Unable to get SMART metrics from Seagate Disks on Debian OS
Jan
8
awarded  Popular Question
Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
May
13
awarded  Commentator
May
13
comment Changing LogRotate's default way of rotating the log files
Shrinking is not what I want. We want all the logs. Hourly is not feasible as analyzing them later would need us to merge them. We simply remove the mismatched lines and insert them into correct files, but we don't want to the delay in rotation to happen in first place.
May
13
comment Changing LogRotate's default way of rotating the log files
Even though log rotate copies to a new file, it does deletes it after copying and creates a new file to which the process continues to write. How is that achieved? Yes, those logs are important as the application is undergoing a massive up gradation
May
13
revised Changing LogRotate's default way of rotating the log files
Grammatical correction
May
13
revised Changing LogRotate's default way of rotating the log files
Made things more clear, and corrected grammatical mistake.
May
13
asked Changing LogRotate's default way of rotating the log files
Jan
19
revised ls -l shows constantly updating log files with few minutes old time stamps (modified time)
Grammatical corrections
Jan
19
asked ls -l shows constantly updating log files with few minutes old time stamps (modified time)
Jan
8
comment MRTG reseting a particular log file
OK. Can you give me a link where I can dig more deep. I definitely want to get it right, MRTG is important for me.
Dec
24
awarded  Scholar
Dec
24
accepted Why does rsync forks itself? And why one such forked process is almost kinda idle (as seen in iotop)?
Dec
24
comment Why does rsync forks itself? And why one such forked process is almost kinda idle (as seen in iotop)?
Thanks for knowledge. I understand it in the view of separate computers on network, each computer doing a part of the work in sync. But can you also refer me to the behaviour documentation where I can read more such stuff about rsync and also about the concept? Also would like to know how is the read data passed by the reading process to the process which is writing? Is the concept of IPC being used?
Dec
23
asked Why does rsync forks itself? And why one such forked process is almost kinda idle (as seen in iotop)?
Nov
26
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Nov
2
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