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Jan
6
comment Does the Windows Server 2012 Data Deduplication feature work with 3rd party defrag programs?
I'm quite sure that you won't loose any data, the bigger question is whatever the data will remain deduplicated. Deduplication usually causes quite high fragmentation...
Jan
2
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Dec
31
reviewed Leave Open Linux ( Fedora 15 ) multiple ISP and NAT routing
Dec
31
answered Linux ( Fedora 15 ) multiple ISP and NAT routing
Dec
31
comment Top - what does Virtual memory size mean? …linux/ubuntu
"Check results before and after starting your program", alternatively, use USS (Unique Set Size) as returned by smem.
Dec
31
comment How is memory usage reported in Linux?
Shared size is memory that may be shared. If an application is sole user of library the library will be kept in memory by single process. This way even shared memory can be "process owned" memory.
Dec
31
revised How is memory usage reported in Linux?
memory occupied by single library instance is shareable, but may be kept by single process
Dec
29
comment Failing Sata HDD
@ProBackup: for those two SMART values you want to look at RAW_VALUE, if it is non-zero, it means the drive is failing. Any value over 10 means the drive is long dead. Current_Pending_Sector sometimes can be "fixed" by performing read and write on the failing sector (LBA_of_first_error can be helpful in this regard).
Dec
18
comment How can I use the same key for SSH and SSL (https)
don't you have to modify OpenSSH for that to work though?
Dec
17
comment Port forwarding on Ubuntu - what are the minimum and maximum port numbers to use?
if you bind to specific port you may want to check /etc/protocols for conflicts with something in future
Dec
17
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Dec
16
comment Installing mysqlnd for php 5.4.9 on CentOs 6.3
use a package manager -- yum on CentOS
Dec
14
comment How can I use the same key for SSH and SSL (https)
you still don't gain any functionality, just the thought that you're using the same number for authentication. Neither you can easily go over authorized_keys and check if they match the certificates nor regularly change the key used (at the same time new X.509 cert is generated)
Dec
14
comment How can I use the same key for SSH and SSL (https)
While this will work, I'll advise against it. You're using the same keys, but in different ways, different formats. When users generate new X.509 certs, they'll be using different keys for SSH and HTTPS anyway. It would make sense if OpenSSH would support full X.509 PKI (the way OpenVPN does, where you can use scripts to link certs to LDAP and check if a user is in appropriate group).
Dec
13
comment What should NOT be managed by puppet?
Every tool has its place, but using puppet for user account management or LDAP for file storage is abuse.
Dec
10
comment Linux policy routing - packets not coming back
Adding scope global to the custom routing table rules will allow you to route packets that have originated in a network the server is a router for. TBH I'm puzzled why scope link is default and not scope global...
Dec
5
comment What is the ZFS ACL limit?
Dunno about ZFS, but in ext and xfs, ACLs are kept in extended attributes. That translates to 4KiB limit for ext2/3/4 and no limit for xfs. But then you have to search them linearly to find out if a user can access a file so the practical limit may be around a thousand or so even if the file system doesn't have a limit.
Dec
5
comment Webserver - Memory-bound or CPU-bound?
Answer to such a question is so application dependant it's not even funny. If you want help, then ask how to find out if you're RAM- or CPU-bound, then ask the provider for a trial and perform tests yourself.
Dec
5
revised Calculate MD5 checksum of a directory
spell.
Nov
28
comment How to increase hidden/used space on an SAS hard drive
alternate data streams? hidden files/folders?