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comment ClearCase statistics for LOC, per user
Link only answers are discouraged, as link-rot happens. Please include at least a summary of what can be found in a link.
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comment EXT4 Single Larger Volume or Many Smaller Volumes
'structured file-serving' is something like Sharepoint or another document management system. Unstructured is a big mass of excel, word, powerpoint, random images, and whatnot.
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answered EXT4 Single Larger Volume or Many Smaller Volumes
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Jan
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comment Parallel Processing and Disk IO for performance. More cores or more servers?
@monkeymatrix Good question. In general, scaling single-threaded processes goes mostly-linearly assuming the only contended resource is CPU. These days one-big-box scales more efficiently than lots of little boxes, but you can scale farther with lots of little boxes. Lots of little boxes won't be AWS-cost-efficient though.
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answered Parallel Processing and Disk IO for performance. More cores or more servers?
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revised Local Storage on GhettoVCB
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Jan
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answered Slow response of asp.net website on blocking ports
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comment Meaning of directories on Unix and Unix like systems
@Pacerier It's a filesystem, but may be safely mounted as a RAM-disk. That said, many programs assume a set structure in there, so actually require persistence.
Dec
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comment SAN with a few SSD drives, or lots of old fashioned HDDs?
@Beepbeep Yep, but be aware of the tradeoffs. Lots of iops will consume controller resources, which means you won't get max sequential throughput from the HDDs. Lots of sequential throughput on the HDDs can crowd out IO from the SSDs increasing latency due to channel contention. If that matters to you, but them on different channels.
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answered SAN with a few SSD drives, or lots of old fashioned HDDs?
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comment Limit Number of TCP connections in Linux Server, to avoid attack
@Mani At a guess it was a, this is the wrong way to attack this problem downvote.
Dec
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reviewed Leave Open How can I permanently set ulimit -n 8192 in Centos 7?
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answered How can I permanently set ulimit -n 8192 in Centos 7?
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revised Ploop vzctl compact ctid unable to reclaim
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