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Feb
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comment how to reduce time of git pulling each time when you do a make world on Xen source
Fix the stupid makefile.
Feb
25
answered Unix timestamp deviation
Feb
23
comment Are networks now faster than disks?
Latency != throughput. The OP was asking about the former.
Feb
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Feb
8
comment I have a perl script that is supposed to run indefinitely. It's being killed… how do I determine who or what kills it?
Just look for the date it was killed. Add the date (\t) to your PS1 if you don't have it already. /var/log/syslog and auth.log should be enough.
Feb
8
comment After installing gitosis on my server I cannot access through SSH
Please tell me you set up gitosis for the git user and not your main account. The way you use sudo ssh tells me there may be some confusion.
Feb
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answered I have a perl script that is supposed to run indefinitely. It's being killed… how do I determine who or what kills it?
Jan
28
comment How to recover a lost logical volume
I added more info. You probably need to understand what went wrong before trying to repair; this may thrash your data.
Jan
28
revised How to recover a lost logical volume
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Jan
28
revised How to recover a lost logical volume
info on vgcfgrestore
Jan
28
answered How to recover a lost logical volume
Dec
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Dec
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comment How to configure server such that all XMPP traffic goes to Google Chat? (Google Apps vs Gmail)
@Jonathan You're right, I missed that. I believe dnsmasq has support for srv records.
Dec
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revised How to best convert a fully encrypted drive into a Virtual Machine?
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Nov
28
answered How to configure server such that all XMPP traffic goes to Google Chat? (Google Apps vs Gmail)
Nov
24
comment How do large companies backup their data?
Redundancy increases availability, but it isn't exactly a backup (and you didn't call it that) because it is easy to overwrite.
Nov
24
comment Monitor all newly spawned processes on a Linux machine
Go with lastcomm then.
Nov
24
answered Monitor all newly spawned processes on a Linux machine
Nov
23
revised Nginx, HAproxy, Unicorn, Rails and Node settings
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