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answered Save Temporary Internet Files
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comment Is RAID5 more robust than RAID1
I think it's possible to say that RAID1 needs an even number of disks, and that a third mirror is something other than RAID1. So few implementations support a third mirror that the terminology has never standardized.
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comment How to bring .vimrc around when I SSH?
Considering NFS-mounted home directories on production systems should be a last resort. For example, are you going to have redundant servers sharing a single point of failure like that? And NFS can be a failure point even if you don't think you're relying on it. A library path that touches it, a script that runs df, operations staff unable to log in to machines after a transient failure of the NFS server. Remember, NFS-mounted home directories mean widespread chaos and panic when the NFS server goes down.