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Software developer (in love with C++). Hardware geek (FPGA's, STM32, AVR, crazy stuff from discrete components), love LED indicators (7-segment, alphanumeric). Trying to understand ASIC design & manufacturing better at the moment. Also, trying to wrap my head around lens design, but that is not going to be that easy.

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comment Munin node not listing any plugins on new Fedora 14 installation
Whew, that saved me tons of time, upgrade from Ubuntu server 8.04->12.10 broken munin...
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accepted OpenSSH : Key-based authorization, maximum key length
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accepted 10GE network: Is it still deadly expensive? Any options?
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comment 10GE network: Is it still deadly expensive? Any options?
Yes, surely I mean raw local performance. I don't have anything faster than 1GE yet.
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comment 10GE network: Is it still deadly expensive? Any options?
Well, even my home fileserver built from junk can read 400Mb/s sequentially. I can easily make large seqientical storage of HDD able to do 1Gb/s and tiny random storage of SSD able to do 1Gb/s (600Mb/s from onboard controller+few PCI-E raid cards). I am more interested in bandwidth between central node & 'small' nodes, as traffic will be between pieces of software - no limited by disks. So both bandwidth and latency matters. Does 10GE also means less latency?
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answered Self-replicating Linux