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reviewed No Action Needed freebsd 10.x apache 2.4.12 and active directory auth
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comment PHP-FPM on Linux, SCHED_BATCH or SCHED_OTHER?
ooh, thanks again!
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accepted PHP-FPM on Linux, SCHED_BATCH or SCHED_OTHER?
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comment PHP-FPM on Linux, SCHED_BATCH or SCHED_OTHER?
Ah, thank you! Now that's the definitive answer I've been searching for and failing to find! I'll leave them at SCHED_OTHER then :-)
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comment How to get decent NFS performance for workloads like git?
@analytik magnetic drive. With SSD, I think fragmentation will never be a problem, and you can safely go with thin provisioned storage. Heck, even if there's a performance hit, considering that the $/GB of SSD is still waaay higher than magnetic drive's, I will go thin provisioned.
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comment SaltStack: Requisite not found for watch
Ah, maybe you're right! But in any case, I've approached the problem differently now. Anyways, thanks for the insight!
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revised SaltStack: Requisite not found for watch
Give up and change approach
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comment SaltStack: Requisite not found for watch
Also didn't work if I use specific name. I've given up and modified the state completely.