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comment run second mysql instance on a different port
Out of curiosity, why do you need to run a separate instance of mysqld?
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comment OpenSUSE 10.2 two network adapters, one problem
What is the output of ifconfig -a? Do the /etc/sysconfig/network/ifcfg-* files contain anything interesting? Maybe you could compare the configuration of the working interface to the non-working one.
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comment /sbin/nologin default PATH
Yes, would you please rephrase your question?
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comment Estimate FLOPS in Linux?
Phoronix seems to be exactly what I was looking for - thank you! The only reason I wanted this was because I was filling out a survey that asked how many teraflops of computing power I have. The survey wasn't terribly important, so I wasn't concerned about the accuracy of the answer. Still, it would be kind of neat to be able to say, "Our cluster can do X teraflops." Though as you point out, that number doesn't necessarily have much real-world meaning.
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comment Estimate FLOPS in Linux?
I appreciate your answer, however my goal is to obtain a quick n' dirty estimate of flops. Whetstone and Linpack have the same problem as HPL - I start reading about it, then get lost in site after site that all look 20 years old. When I do manage to find source code, I can't seem to compile it without installing a bunch of dependent libraries - even then I run into errors. I could get all this stuff working, but it's not important enough to spend the time. Hopefully there exists some relatively modern software that Just Works for ballparking flops.
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