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Oct
26
suggested approved edit on Best practices for choosing fs fragment size etc
Oct
26
comment Best practices for choosing fs fragment size etc
I knew someone would say "stick to the defaults", so +1 for that.
Oct
26
revised Best practices for choosing fs fragment size etc
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Oct
26
comment Best practices for choosing fs fragment size etc
So you advocate the "gain knowledge without asking questions" type of learning. Got it. ;-)
Oct
26
asked Best practices for choosing fs fragment size etc
Oct
26
comment Best practices for choosing fs block size on ext3/4?
This needs way more votes.
Jun
14
comment Monit catch run-away process
Well, that only seems to work when you have specified a specific process or service. Not just any random process popping into existence.
Jun
14
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Jun
14
comment LVM dangers and caveats
+1 for performance warning for open snapshots.
Jun
14
comment LVM dangers and caveats
One of the best answers I have ever seen, any topic. Only change I would make, move summary to the TOP of the question for those with attention deficit disorder or not a lot of time. :-)
Jun
13
revised Monit catch run-away process
edited title
Jun
13
asked Monit catch run-away process
Jun
9
comment Reread partition table without rebooting?
hdparm worked for me.
Oct
12
comment smallest possible linux installation with apache
Thanks, I can vote now and stuff. :)
Oct
12
comment How does Windows detect it is online?
@John Gardeniers, yes - but then I would not give the kind people on serverfault a chance to express themselves on this matter, right? :)
Oct
12
accepted How does Windows detect it is online?
Oct
12
comment How does Windows detect it is online?
Works for me too now. OK, weird, but then DNS always had a touch of black magic over it: blog.stackoverflow.com/2009/09/podcast-68
Oct
11
comment How does Windows detect it is online?
wget: unable to resolve host address `msftncsi.com' Isn't that weird then?
Oct
11
asked How does Windows detect it is online?
Aug
25
answered Ubuntu Linux - multiple NICs, same LAN… ARP responses always go out a single NIC