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comment Sunfire v100 Reinstall Problems
have you considered contacting Oracle support? You've already paid for it.
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revised how to delete a insane number of files from an unix system?
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comment how to delete a insane number of files from an unix system?
Not had my caffeine fix this morning. Xargs will group the output of find and fork, exec rm for each group. With zillions of files this'll still be an overhead. On any case, this is likely to take a fair while if all the inodes have been used as one per file.
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answered How many disks is too many in this RAID 5 configuration?
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answered how to delete a insane number of files from an unix system?
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comment Can I delegate part of a zone to another server?
If you have your own nameservers authoritative for home.mydomain.tld, you can just script grabbing the external dynamic A record from the external nameserver and stuffing it in to your locally hosted zone. Dirty hack, but it'll do the job.
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comment Trace MySQL processes
Not with the method in the linked article as it relies on getting a process ID and going from there. If you're going to connect with a socket you can't do that. You'll need to run your scripts with a different user you can identify in the process list so you know which script is connecting with which user. Depending how many scripts you have connecting, this could be a real chore. Connecting over the network is a quick easy way using the method in the article.
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comment Trace MySQL processes
This. Reading the comments on the article would have given you the same answer.