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comment Reinstalling Linux: how to avoid downtime?
Thanks for this answer. I am myself looking into this possibility; using virtualization for the only purpose to be able to upgrade OS / MySQL / etc without having to use new hardware.
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answered Migrating from SVN to GIT with all externals
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comment What should I do when I need one server more?
symcbean> it would have been great if you had elaborated a bit more your comment so we could all learn...
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comment The instance created from EBS snapshot fails to launch
Thank you soooooooo much!!! I have wasted hours with this...
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comment The instance created from EBS snapshot fails to launch
My System Log never got generated... :-(
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comment A Record VS. Cname Round N
Thanks for the "bare" mention. I guess the only option is then to use a different domain to name hosts (eg, machine1.example.net, machine2.example.net, machine3.example.net) and then use CNAMEs to point to those machines (eg, youtube.com -> machine1.example.net, flickr.com -> machine2.example.net), right?
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comment Shell command to monitor changes in a file - What's it called again?
At super user I found an answer recommending tail -F instead of -f , too
Apr
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comment Shell command to monitor changes in a file - What's it called again?
Thanks Mihai; I didn't know about tailf.
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comment What's the normal ops of a normal disk?
I think you mixed 700k (as in 700 thousand) operations with 700KB (as in Kilobytes)... In that case, 700KB/sec sounds perfectly feasible for disks that handle 10MB/sec :)
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answered Optimal xcache settings for VPS 512mb ram
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revised Why should I use Amazon Route 53 over my registrar's DNS servers?
just added the quoting...
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accepted Should use EXT4 or XFS to be able to 'sync'/backup to S3?
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comment How many requests per second does your live-right-now LAMP server handle?
12K RPM.. OK.. my server is a toy then :D