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Jul
9
revised How do I know if I run on Amazon EC2 windows instance?
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Jul
9
accepted How do I know if I run on Amazon EC2 windows instance?
Jun
23
comment How do I know if I run on Amazon EC2 windows instance?
In my case it's windows
Jun
23
asked How do I know if I run on Amazon EC2 windows instance?
Mar
20
accepted Adding server to hosts-file speeds up its response
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20
asked Adding server to hosts-file speeds up its response
Feb
25
accepted Maximum amount of users in 2003 Active Directory
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asked Maximum amount of users in 2003 Active Directory
Feb
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awarded  Scholar
Feb
5
accepted Could resizing a partition break the filesystem?
Feb
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comment Could resizing a partition break the filesystem?
This becoming more and more interesting :-) However I don't think Gparted was successful, because just a moment ago I've resize2fs and fsck passed fine, while it failed before.
Feb
3
comment Could resizing a partition break the filesystem?
Get it. I did shrink, it. Now when I recall how ext FS works (putting files at even distance to ensure there will be no need for defrag) I understand why it allways worked with NTFS and there is no chance it will work in EXT. Extract your comment to an answer please, so I could accept it.
Feb
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awarded  Student
Feb
3
comment Could resizing a partition break the filesystem?
On the one hand the laptop is a few months old, on the other it's hardrive clicks once in a hour since the first time I've turned it on. The question is whether I should try to use my warranty, or rewrite the partitions...
Feb
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Feb
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comment Could resizing a partition break the filesystem?
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revised Could resizing a partition break the filesystem?
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asked Could resizing a partition break the filesystem?
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