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Feb
12
comment Linux's best filesystem to work with 10000's of files without overloading the system I/O
also, it's fine for brtfs being unstable (hope it just would not transform to grey goo and get out of its partition eating all my data), one can reinstall both /var/tmp/portage and /usr/portage within 10 minutes (mkdir -p and emerge-webrsync)
Feb
12
comment Linux's best filesystem to work with 10000's of files without overloading the system I/O
@mfinni, @pauska, Gentoo really can delete 100K files under a hour while updating something like KDE4/kernel, and nowadays got back on a limited connection, so using emerge-webrsync which actually reinstalls whole /usr/portage kills me with a large XFS stone.
Feb
12
comment IPRouterEnable in Windows 7: how to redirect forwarded incoming traffic to VPN connection?
I will try using loopback, 'Packets go to the guest IP and are routed in the guest via the loopback (where ICS performs NAT on the source IP) to the VPN interface, back out via the LAN interface, through your LAN and across the Internet to the remote VPN gateway and hence into the remote network' sounds promising.
Feb
12
revised Linux's best filesystem to work with 10000's of files without overloading the system I/O
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Feb
12
comment Linux's best filesystem to work with 10000's of files without overloading the system I/O
@Hubert Kario, will try to explain in post, wait 2m pls.
Feb
12
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Feb
12
revised IPRouterEnable in Windows 7: how to redirect forwarded incoming traffic to VPN connection?
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Feb
12
asked Linux's best filesystem to work with 10000's of files without overloading the system I/O
Feb
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asked IPRouterEnable in Windows 7: how to redirect forwarded incoming traffic to VPN connection?
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Dec
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accepted IPTables/Masquerade, making Linux kernel to see duplicate packets
Dec
20
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Dec
20
revised Linux: single NIC is named eth0/eth1 due to udev and MAC-based rules. Kinda weird
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Dec
20
comment Linux: single NIC is named eth0/eth1 due to udev and MAC-based rules. Kinda weird
@Glen M, fixed: "onboard NIC (single Ethernet NIC in the computer)". USB Wifi device is constantly inserted to port so doubt that it can affect reboots. But..
Dec
20
answered I want to buy some IPs
Dec
20
asked Linux: single NIC is named eth0/eth1 due to udev and MAC-based rules. Kinda weird
Nov
22
asked IPTables/Masquerade, making Linux kernel to see duplicate packets
Nov
20
comment How to find security-leak after a skynet intrusion?
The bad idea: that 'Skynet' is possible a web crawler + a pack of exploits (and if you get a list of exploits in public 'skynet' build, you have chance that a hacker behind the attack had used additional exploits to modify the pack).
Nov
20
answered Dual processor 3.06Ghz vs single processor quad core 2.4Ghz
Nov
11
accepted Linux/iptables: best way to clear all rules, leaving anything open