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comment Setting backup-permissions for C:\Users
I've switched to having important data in github, owncloud or on a fileserver. The hassle of backing up the profile directory is just not worth it. Especially as I'm starting to have my doubts that this will properly restore anyways, with all the ACL stuff going on and what not.
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comment On a system with 64GB mem the Linux Buffer run full while copying with dd to dev null and io stops till manual drop_caches
I've retested this now on a spare server I've had temporary access to with 32GB RAM and Scientific Linux 6.5 (another RHEL clone with 2.6.32-431.11.something kernel) without being able to reproduce that slowdown. So either there's something strange going on above 32GB or the very latest update of the kernel has some bug. For giggles, you could invest $2 on AWS for an hour of r3.4xlarge instance with 122GB RAM to see if you can reproduce it there.
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comment On a system with 64GB mem the Linux Buffer run full while copying with dd to dev null and io stops till manual drop_caches
I've deleted my answer as it clearly does not address your main problem. Additional interesting information would be your distribution of choice and kernel version.
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answered Moving a MSSQL and IIS server to AWS - Web Applications that use Integrated Authentication
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comment Samba 4 and SSH without password
@schnikow: did you ever find a solution? I've hit the same problem.
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comment How can I force other users to log out?
Install it from universe: packages.ubuntu.com/search?keywords=slay
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comment openstack, bridging, netfilter and dnat
A seemingly trivial question, but do you have any other iptables rules besides the DNAT?
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comment openstack, bridging, netfilter and dnat
Packets shouldn't be dropping like this. You problem doesn't seem to be debugged to the end. How far do the packets come? Do they enter the H/W, but do not leave it? Perhaps H/W offloading is to blame. Are they discarded before being sent? Perhaps rp_filter hates you, perhaps it is a driver/kernel buglet.