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Aug
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comment Limit linux buffer usage by process
Surely the problem isn't the buffer usage per se, it's that all that I/O activity is throwing out the existing cached data the other applications rely on for performance. LXC won't help with that, as the I/O will still be buffered by the underlying kernel.
Aug
30
answered Limit linux buffer usage by process
Aug
22
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Aug
17
answered Mounting a file system over the internet
Aug
10
comment BIND Name Servers aren't returning my site
I get no reply from your nameservers. Did you maybe forget to adjust the firewall rules to allow DNS traffic?
Jul
5
comment Adding Linux kernel command line parameters
@imm is right, this isn't a "linux" question. The answer depends entirely on the bootloader in use.
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