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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).
Nov
10
comment Managing per-user rc.d init scripts
Actually I don't really need a job scheduler (I'm happy with cron for that), just an autoexec.bat-like fonctionality, but designed for users and not for the whole system.
Nov
10
comment How can I shut down (power off) cluster nodes during low load?
It seems that your post on SO got deleted...
Nov
10
comment Managing per-user rc.d init scripts
+1: for a ready-to-use script that does the job.
Nov
10
comment Managing per-user rc.d init scripts
Yup, what I was really wondering is : does such an implementation already exists ?
Nov
10
revised How can I emulate more virtual CPU than physically available?
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Nov
10
accepted How can I emulate more virtual CPU than physically available?
Nov
10
answered How can I emulate more virtual CPU than physically available?
Nov
10
revised Managing per-user rc.d init scripts
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Nov
10
comment Managing per-user rc.d init scripts
Yes. Sorry about it not being clear. I'll update my question for clarification.
Nov
10
comment Managing per-user rc.d init scripts
How would you do that ? I need that users are able to create & edit scripts without me involved at all.
Nov
10
comment Managing per-user rc.d init scripts
You got the point (start when a computer starts up). I don't really care about the scripts going crazy since right now they already autorun the script via a user cron entry that checks and starts if needed.
Nov
10
comment Managing per-user rc.d init scripts
Some services are managed by users (start/stop/installation/...). I don't want to give them root access, but I don't want to force them to relaunch manually each servers after a reboot (or spawning a new node) either.
Nov
10
accepted Which performance metrics to monitor on a JVM?
Nov
10
asked Managing per-user rc.d init scripts
Oct
29
accepted Multiple web servers serving same static content
Oct
28
comment Which performance metrics to monitor on a JVM?
+1 for a link with a ready-to-use sample implementation
Oct
27
asked Which performance metrics to monitor on a JVM?