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reviewed Approve How do I change the journal path for MSMQ on Windows Server 2008?
May
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revised How do I change the journal path for MSMQ on Windows Server 2008?
Corrected small typo.
May
18
revised How do I change the journal path for MSMQ on Windows Server 2008?
Adding details about the steps I performed, rather than just posting the link to these steps.
May
18
revised How do I change the journal path for MSMQ on Windows Server 2008?
Adding details about the steps I performed, rather than just posting the link to these steps.
May
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asked How do I change the journal path for MSMQ on Windows Server 2008?
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comment How to determine if a bash variable is empty?
That is true - I was going to recommend -s, but test -s '' exits with a 1, whereas test -z '' gives us the anticipated 0.
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Dec
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comment What is the advantage of 'Enterprise' linux distributions?
@Chopper3 - it doesn't really answer the full question though - it's more like an example. Question has been closed at this point anyway.
Dec
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comment What is the advantage of 'Enterprise' linux distributions?
I'm not really sure if there is a concrete advantage. Let's take RHEL and Centos. One thing someone wise once told me is that enterprise level stuff will get features faster, as they have shareholders with deadlines to answer to. Community distributions (typo in your title by the way) may get new software later as a result, but because it has had more time to be tested it tends to be more stable. This is by no means always the case, but I can see the logic behind it. Perhaps RHEL has better virtualisation support, but Centos works fine for me on Xen.
Dec
5
revised How Long Do DNS Records Take to Propagate when Swapping Data Centers, and How Should I Do It?
The title of this post wasn't descriptive enough - I have improved it.
Dec
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suggested approved edit on How Long Do DNS Records Take to Propagate when Swapping Data Centers, and How Should I Do It?
Dec
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revised How Long Do DNS Records Take to Propagate when Swapping Data Centers, and How Should I Do It?
Specified "hard" rather than "hard code"
Dec
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answered How Long Do DNS Records Take to Propagate when Swapping Data Centers, and How Should I Do It?
Dec
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revised What Are the Underlying Protocols/Standards a “Windows File Path” as Opposed to a NFS-Like Linux File Path?
Improved the title
Dec
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comment What Are the Underlying Protocols/Standards a “Windows File Path” as Opposed to a NFS-Like Linux File Path?
Further to my comments above, I have edited my question. I would now argue that it is very much in the form of a question, rather than being a statement as it may have been previously. Can you please reconsider the closure, as even though I got an answer I feel that more discussion may be required.
Dec
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revised What Are the Underlying Protocols/Standards a “Windows File Path” as Opposed to a NFS-Like Linux File Path?
My question was marked as "Not a question" - trying to rectify this
Dec
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comment What Are the Underlying Protocols/Standards a “Windows File Path” as Opposed to a NFS-Like Linux File Path?
Can I inquire as to why this is tagged as "Not a real question"? I understand that it was convoluted, but I feel I have provided adequate examples and follow up comments. I also explained the paradox whereby the question was convoluted as I didn't understand the taxonomy of my own question. I've also noticed I was marked down - which I guess is fair - but I still think this is a valid and important question. Would you please reconsider as I feel this question and its readers could benefit from further discussion on this topic.