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Nov
20
comment Caching/preloading files on Linux into RAM
Given that the consensus seems to be that Linux should already be caching frequently-used files for you, I'm wondering if you actually managed to make any improvements using the advice found here. It seems to me that trying to manually control caching might be useful to warm up the cache, but that with the usage pattern you describe ("serving the same files all day"), it wouldn't help an already-warmed-up server much, if at all.
Feb
18
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Feb
18
comment Yum won't reinstall PHP on Amazon Linux
You are entirely correct, of course.
Feb
18
awarded  Scholar
Feb
18
accepted Yum won't reinstall PHP on Amazon Linux
Feb
18
comment Yum won't reinstall PHP on Amazon Linux
Thanks for your help! Believe me, this isn't my ideal scenario, I'd much rather have another instance or two but I don't pay the bills.
Feb
18
asked Yum won't reinstall PHP on Amazon Linux
Sep
29
comment 100% uptime for a web application
Just make up an insanely high price tag to put on their insane request. That will probably bring them back to their senses. Either than, or it will send them off looking for someone willing to lie to them.
Aug
27
comment how to open phpmyadmin tool on browser in ubntu in my pc
If you're just getting started with MySQL, I suggest you try MySQL Workbench instead of phpMyAdmin unless you have a reason why you prefer to use a web-based tool.
Oct
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