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May
15
comment A space-efficient guest filesystem for grow-as-needed virtual disks?
Is it for the guest fs also ?
May
8
comment A space-efficient guest filesystem for grow-as-needed virtual disks?
I'm talking about the guest filesystem (as the title implied)
May
6
comment A space-efficient guest filesystem for grow-as-needed virtual disks?
the main purpose of the grow-as-needed is specifically to avoid this kind of space micro-management.
May
6
awarded  Critic
May
6
revised A space-efficient guest filesystem for grow-as-needed virtual disks?
edited tags; edited title
May
6
asked A space-efficient guest filesystem for grow-as-needed virtual disks?
May
5
awarded  Yearling
Feb
14
accepted MySQL “SELECT INTO OUTFILE” fails with CIFS-mounted volume
Feb
14
answered MySQL “SELECT INTO OUTFILE” fails with CIFS-mounted volume
Nov
26
comment How can I recursively change the case of files and folders under bash
+1 for -print0 and its space-ridden filename handling.
Nov
25
comment How to remove the “installed manually” flag and revert to “automatically installed” with apt-get?
+1: I don't have the aptitude reflex yet, and it works. Thx.
Nov
25
accepted How to remove the “installed manually” flag and revert to “automatically installed” with apt-get?
Nov
24
asked How to remove the “installed manually” flag and revert to “automatically installed” with apt-get?
Nov
17
revised MySQL “SELECT INTO OUTFILE” fails with CIFS-mounted volume
added an strace dump
Nov
17
comment MySQL “SELECT INTO OUTFILE” fails with CIFS-mounted volume
touch works the same with su -s /bin/bash mysql -
Nov
17
comment MySQL “SELECT INTO OUTFILE” fails with CIFS-mounted volume
Yes. Actually that's how I do it right now.
Nov
16
asked MySQL “SELECT INTO OUTFILE” fails with CIFS-mounted volume
Nov
14
accepted Managing per-user rc.d init scripts
Nov
11
comment Freeing up memory (RAM) on Ubuntu 8.04 Server
@jpsilvashy: something like geektechnica.com/2009/07/how-to-install-htop-on-osx ?
Nov
11
comment Managing per-user rc.d init scripts
I do understand your point, but since I have very cooperative users, the paranoid route is a little overkill. I just don't want to give away root access (and actually they don't want it either).