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comment setting up a high speed load balancing server cluster - web/db/NFS
What do you call very high traffic? Is your application bound by CPU or RAM? Why use a shared file system?
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comment Linux group / user permission issue
when logged in as tony, what is the output of 'id'?
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comment Can changing the tty improve compilation speed?
If the tty is in a gnu screen session you can control the blocking with the nonblock command. If you redirect STDOUT/STDERR to a file then you are subject to the blocking of the destination device.
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comment Google Apps Transition - Multiple MX Records?
You could setup aliases for each person, one for local delivery, one for user@googleappsmx.example.com. Then have MX records for googleappsmx.example.com point to Google Apps MX records.
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comment gzipped tar archive file paths
tar -P -czf worked for me (note the flipped z and f). @symcbean I totally agree, creating tar files with absolute paths is a bad idea. But that's just my opinion. If it were me, I'd use the first command on the untar..