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comment “Bind” USB-keyboard exclusively to specific application
@McLovin ... thanks a lot, exactly what i was searching for!
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comment PostgreSQL scaling up to 64 cores?
@voretaq7 : It's not uncommon to connect to postgresql through some connection pooling mechanism. Amongst others this is done because connecting to postgresql is relatively expensive. Pooling can reduce the number of concurrent connections to the database extremely. So i tend to prefer fast CPUs over # of cores. But as always: it depends on many factors ...
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comment Directly Formatting a Device on a Linux System
In most cases you will have the filesystem consume the whole disk space - at the beginning. But then, several (days|month|years) later, you need more disk space and you decide to grow the "logical disk" on your iSCSI-Target. So now you have a bigger disk on the iSCSI-Initiator, but your filesystem has the old size. That's the point, where you just grow the filesystem to the max size of the disk. And to get on topic: you can do this, without changing/resizing any partitions or make a new partition in the newly gathered space.
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comment “Bind” USB-keyboard exclusively to specific application
Perhaps there is a better word instead of "bind" which reveals better search results? Any hints appreciated!