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Jan
31
answered Developed against MSSQL 2005 - host only has MSSQL 2008
Jan
31
answered Fastest OS for Java applications
Jan
31
answered Which Linux I/O scheduler for XIV storage?
Jan
31
comment How to clear all cache files in linux server ( RHEL 5)
Someone may be able to suggest something else if you explained why you want to. vm/drop_caches wipes the OS's caches of files on disc; it has no semantic effect just kills performance, which makes it useful for performance testing and (mostly) nothing else.
Jan
26
answered Invest into SAS drives on a pure mysql box, with a small dataset?
Jan
26
comment svn servers auto synchronise
In which case take a consistent filesystem snapshot and rsync that. I'd assumed that the backup would be taken out of hours when commits were unlikely; this is not going to work if there are lots of developers in multiple time zones working on it.
Jan
22
comment Prevent Linux's OOM from killing apache on our webserver
The OOM-killer is configurable, as others have noted.
Jan
22
answered what platform choose for mysql
Jan
22
answered Tuning (and understanding) table_cache in mySQL
Jan
22
answered svn servers auto synchronise
Jan
3
answered Why poll is not replaced with epoll?
Jan
2
comment How to repeatedly call rsync until files are sucessfully transferred
While the answers below are helpful, it might be a better idea to find out why it's failing and make it stop. I assume you control the server, the client and the network in between, so you can run tcpdump at various places to see how it was closed. Perhaps one of your firewall or VPN devices is closing the connection?
Dec
28
answered how often apache/mysql should be restarted?
Dec
20
answered Is the world ready for name based HTTPS vhost service?
Dec
18
comment Linux - How do I see when a process started?
It's actually in jiffies (100/sec)
Dec
2
comment Compressing Encrypted files
That would definitely not work. Based64 encoding would make it 33% bigger and then the compression might reduce it back to only slightly bigger than the original. Useless.
Dec
2
answered Compressing Encrypted files
Dec
2
comment Bonding Nics with Linux to get better performance
What interconnect is your storage array using to connect to the switch? Are you SURE you can get 2Gbit/s throughput out of your storage, or are you just seeing some caching artifact?
Nov
29
answered Sending emails from a VPS such as EC2
Nov
29
answered Which operating systems are used by large social networking companies?