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May
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awarded  Caucus
May
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awarded  Enlightened
May
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awarded  Nice Answer
Apr
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comment Mounting /var/www for File recovery
What is the output of df?
Apr
12
comment Disk IO in Linux is slow (2MB/sec) while in Windows its fast (400MB/s)
Can you please post the actual output? Also, my first guess is some sort of horribly misconfigured driver, or lack of TRIM usage on the Linux side.
Apr
9
revised ./pox.py log.level --DEBUG forwarding.l2_learning not working as expected
very quick copyedit
Apr
9
reviewed Approve Debian apt-get update won't work
Apr
9
reviewed Approve How do I move Windows Search and Index Service databases to another drive?
Apr
9
reviewed Approve Windows server 2008 r2 unlimiting the allowed number of logon to a single user
Apr
9
reviewed Approve Can I nohup/screen an already-started process?
Apr
9
answered Using IPtables to prevent users on your server from port scanning other servers
Apr
9
comment How to check/set linux’s “security level”?
@Paramaeleon security.stackexchange.com
Apr
9
answered Inherit server block
Apr
9
answered How to check/set linux’s “security level”?
Apr
9
comment How to check/set linux’s “security level”?
@SvW Follow the link. The security level being talked about is a concrete concept in the kernel with very specific explanations about what each level does.
Apr
9
revised How to check/set linux’s “security level”?
added 9 characters in body
Apr
6
comment Something is burning in the server room; how can I quickly identify what it is?
Yeah, as a former firefighter, I wouldn't stay there without my gear. Even when a fire is out, we are trained to stay packed up because of the poisonous gasses. If I would call the pros, you should too!
Apr
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awarded  Good Answer
Apr
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Apr
5
answered Something is burning in the server room; how can I quickly identify what it is?