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comment Is there a Linux equivalent of CPU-z?
Yes, I am unsure whether to post it here or on Stack Overflow. Maybe I'll start here.
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asked How do I migrate, dump, or restore a VirtualBox system?
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comment Why is RAID not a backup?
Nor software bugs, which are more common than malicious activity.
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comment How do I get inotify-like event notifications from an NFS server?
+1. It may not work in all situations, but this is exactly the idea that occured to me when I read the question. Perhaps you could add some sort of queuing system like RabbitMQ so that clients can pick up notification messages remotely.
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comment Is there a Linux equivalent of CPU-z?
Would you mind editing your question and changing the subject to describe what CPU-z does? The only way I caught this question was from the tags, so with a clearer title you may catch the attention of other Linux experts. (Remember, many gurus might only be familiar with one platform.)
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