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Jan
31
comment Why does /proc/cpuinfo show contradicting processor speeds?
can I find out if SpeedStep is active from the shell? I have no root priviledges and cannot reboot the machine.
Jan
31
comment Why does /proc/cpuinfo show contradicting processor speeds?
see my EDIT to the question. it seems one Xeon is at 1.6GHz, while the other is at full speed. Load average > 24, so no idling. Any ideas?
Jan
31
revised Why does /proc/cpuinfo show contradicting processor speeds?
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Jan
31
asked Why does /proc/cpuinfo show contradicting processor speeds?
Jan
30
asked Find out how long a user was logged into a Linux server
Jan
30
comment How to truncate backup paths in rsnapshot
rsnapshot seems to cut off the trailing /, so that it rsync with the path root@123.123.123.123:/mnt/rsnapshot/. Is there anything I can do without disabling --relative?
Jan
30
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Jan
30
comment How to truncate backup paths in rsnapshot
in theory, and according to the manpage, this should work, but it doesn't -- I still have the /mnt/rsnapshot in my backups. Any idea what could be wrong?
Jan
28
accepted How to truncate backup paths in rsnapshot
Jan
27
asked How to truncate backup paths in rsnapshot
Jan
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awarded  Critic
Jan
21
accepted is running rsync after filesystem crash enough?
Jan
21
revised is running rsync after filesystem crash enough?
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Jan
21
comment ssh tunneling only access
I think that at least in theory, the user will be able to hit CTRL+C at the right moment (between lines 1 and 2) and end up with a full bash shell.
Jan
20
asked is running rsync after filesystem crash enough?
Dec
29
asked How can I use etckeeper via sudo with different users and have the correct user in the commit message?
Oct
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accepted How to disable “Sender address rejected:Domain not found” for a single Domain in Postfix
Oct
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Jan
8
asked How to create a Centos Xen domU on Debian Squeeze using xen-create-image