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revised Why is UDP slower than TCP on Ubuntu Server?
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revised Multiple domains with SSL on same IP
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answered Why is UDP slower than TCP on Ubuntu Server?
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accepted What will break on IPv6 day?
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asked Packetloss in Juniper SRX with gigether-options loopback enabled
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comment Bash: Comparison of two files having different file size
Generally the answer when you need to figure out if something is missing/added to a file and don't care about the order is to first sort the content and then use diff afterwards. But is that what you want to do?
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Dec
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comment Linux: Can I prepare a boot-disk for another system when CPU architecture differs?
sda3 does not make sense in this context. First of all, sda2 vs sda3 is partitions, not disks. Secondly what is important is the order the disks are booted, which is the order grub sees them (hd1, hd2 etc.). If you remove one disk and connect a new disk using the same physical cables you are typically fine. If that doesn't work, boot up on a rescue disk and do a grub-install to sort it out is typically fastest and easiest.
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answered Linux: Can I prepare a boot-disk for another system when CPU architecture differs?
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comment How to change IP Location information?
@grant Did you notice that the two servers have different IP addresses? The mapping is done in IP address using a GeoIP database most likely.
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answered How do I change the IP Location in whois lookup?
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comment Time too quick in debian, 72 minutes pass in system date in one real world second
Some suggestions: 1. Virtual machine? Is time sync set up against the host? Is your kernel expecting ticks in a different rate from what the host sends? 2. Paravirtual? Do you have the right kernel versions? 3. Do you have NTP running? Does NTP seem to be sane?