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If you are Italian, have a look at this proposal:http://goo.gl/29wEg


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comment Stale NFS handle, but nothing is mounted
Thank you very much, solved my problem! :)
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comment What is the preferred method to restart networking in Ubuntu and Debian
If you are in remote, you should always use screen
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Oct
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answered Showing total progress in rsync: is it possible?
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comment Which filesystem for large LVM of disks (8 TB)?
Please paste a S.M.A.R.T. report of your disks.
Oct
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comment Which filesystem for large LVM of disks (8 TB)?
So, you are simply suggesting to buy tons of disks without asking WHY his disks are so faulty. It could be a heat problem, it could be a problem with a faulty SATA controller, it could be a problem of bad SATA connectors, etc. etc. etc.
Oct
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comment Which filesystem for large LVM of disks (8 TB)?
Wait, URE means Unrecoverable Read Error but this doesn't mean that the disk actually HAS the error. The next read may (and probably will) return the correct bit. The OS will probably just re-read the sector and obtain the correct data. You also forgot to talk about S.M.A.R.T.: before a sector is permanently damaged, S.M.A.R.T. will try to read/write data from/to it. If it detects too many failures, S.M.A.R.T. simply moves the content of the sector in another place and marks the sector as BAD and nobody will be able to write onto it again.
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answered Prevent the console from clearing the screen?
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comment set tap0 using virt-manager for bridged wireless
Wonderful! Worked great for me too! Thank you very much for this great tip!