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Aug
19
comment What's the maximum theoretical data transfer throughput of NTFS?
I didn't think it was intentionally limited, but thought that, perhaps, it was a limitation of the design.
Aug
19
comment What's the maximum theoretical data transfer throughput of NTFS?
well, he said "gigaBYTES per second" so that's what I was working with.
Aug
19
asked What's the maximum theoretical data transfer throughput of NTFS?
May
20
awarded  Caucus
Apr
4
comment Unable to connect to the Logical Disk Manager service
Thank you. That hotfix is not applied so we'll do that during a maintenance window. I don't know if it'll solve every problem, but I'm going to accept this based on the fact that it's the best lead that I have so far.
Apr
4
accepted Unable to connect to the Logical Disk Manager service
Mar
27
awarded  Yearling
Mar
27
revised Unable to connect to the Logical Disk Manager service
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Mar
22
asked Unable to connect to the Logical Disk Manager service
Feb
11
awarded  Revival
Dec
20
awarded  Commentator
Oct
25
revised RHEL 6 Upstart User Jobs
Just editing the title, but put in some other formatting
Oct
25
suggested suggested edit on RHEL 6 Upstart User Jobs
Jul
29
accepted Is it possible to share the same folder name on two separate drives?
Jul
26
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Jul
26
revised Is it possible to share the same folder name on two separate drives?
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Jul
26
comment Is it possible to share the same folder name on two separate drives?
That's what I was thinking, but was hoping for a way out of recreating permissions. If I have to do it, then I have to do it.
Jul
26
comment Is it possible to share the same folder name on two separate drives?
Right. Apologies. I got all turned around. The folder has no "$" in it but it is listed that way as a clustered resource.
Jul
26
asked Is it possible to share the same folder name on two separate drives?
Mar
14
comment Increasing the size available to, or changing location of, /tmp
@Patrick if /tmp is mounted on/linked to /dev/shm then it is extremely relevant. Sorry that my comment was so vague. End of a busy day.