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Research Technologist by title, linux user/admin for almost 15 years

Jul
30
answered How would I measure the size of files in a directory?
Jul
30
comment How would I measure the size of files in a directory?
"first 300"? 300 files, or 300GB?
Jul
30
answered How to Run Multiple MySQL Versions on One Server
Jul
30
answered Using an SSH tunnel to browse the web
Jul
29
answered moving to a larger drive in linux
Jul
29
comment TAB completon and mc problems
there is also mention of a bug in bash regarding funny characters, so maybe there is home directory with unprintable characters?
Jul
28
accepted Any Problems with many NFS mounts?
Jul
28
comment Any Problems with many NFS mounts?
wow, an answer to an NFS question on the NFS website. Who'da thunk it?! Thanks, James, that exactly what I needed.
Jul
28
comment Can you change the partition type on a linux server without starting up fdisk?
I think we have to call it a tie ;-)
Jul
28
answered Can you change the partition type on a linux server without starting up fdisk?
Jul
27
answered Dell SSD options and 3rd party SSDs in Dell hardware
Jul
27
awarded  Scholar
Jul
27
accepted RHEL5 Xen dom0 max memory?
Jul
27
answered Need some input for ideal server setup
Jul
27
comment RHEL5 Xen dom0 max memory?
Thanks, Jeremy. I often forget that the dom0 is just another domain, although it has some extra privileges. I'll feel a little better if I could find a reference to a 32GB limit on memory in Xen domains, but that does seem to be the case.
Jul
27
comment Any Problems with many NFS mounts?
Thanks, David. This is the kind of feedback I am looking for. My gut feeling is that we are small enough scale that we would not get bitten by any serious problems, but having multiple mounts of the same file share just feels ... wrong somehow.
Jul
27
asked RHEL5 Xen dom0 max memory?
Jul
27
comment Any Problems with many NFS mounts?
oh, this is definitely autofs-managed, and we have lots of experience with automounted home directories here.
Jul
27
asked Any Problems with many NFS mounts?
Jul
24
comment DNS - Using My Own Domain Name
Well, you should generally have the approval of the owner of the IP you are pointing at, but there are not any technical reasons you cannot do it. If you do not have their approval, and they do not approve, and they are bastards, they could redirect requests for your domain to goatse or the like. :)