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comment Daemon to create hardlinks on Linux file server which finds identical files
I'm using ext4 at the moment. Currently only 2 TB. I'd rather use something in userspace if possible, but thanks anyway!
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comment Daemon to create hardlinks on Linux file server which finds identical files
I use rsync and I know that rsync can create hardlinks. But I still want to get the remaining duplicates. Also I learnt that it's a good idea to rotate logs not like syslog.123.gz, but instead let logrotate name them with the date, otherwise rsync copies them again and again... I use rsync because then I can easily do incemental, very efficient backup of all my Linus machines and I can recreate the system easily
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comment Can I put “localhost” into /etc/hostname?
Thanks! But that's not what I meant. I don't use HostnameLookups. I should have added the link with background information ( httpd.apache.org/docs/2.2/dns-caveats.html ) earlier!
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Add a link with background and two things that are already taken care of
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comment What is the fastest protocol for transferring small files between a high latency VPN?
I for one do NOT think that you have another problem! While 70ms is indeed a good value, it still matters a LOT! Especially for small files! There's no way you can transfer more than 10 tiny small files per second, even though you have 50mb/s. Unless you use rsync or tar it. Just calculate one rountrip for open, one for close, one for each chunk for SMB. It really is that bad
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answered Last restart/start time of a windows service