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comment how to use du to see files greater than a threshold size
I think gt5 mentioned above may be what you are looking for.
Jan
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comment how to use du to see files greater than a threshold size
Thanks, gt5 looks very interesting it. I'm going to install it now. Of course there is also "baobab" for GUI.
Jan
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answered how to use du to see files greater than a threshold size
Jan
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answered How does gnome system monitor calculates the amount of used memory?
Jan
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comment Fedora 13 becomes unresponsive when too many applications running
Reinstall or try a different distribution or a different browser or a different version of Eclipse?
Jan
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comment Fedora 13 becomes unresponsive when too many applications running
To confirm, 'top' reports that Chrome and Eclipse are using all the CPU? Are you running code when this happens? Is it a bug in your code?
Jan
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comment Fedora 13 becomes unresponsive when too many applications running
What you are experiencing is certainly not typical behaviour for any Linux machine. You need to isolate the application which is causing the problem. For example, if the problem only exhibits with Chrome or Eclipse. If one process is hogging the CPU, other applications may also not respond, making it look as though that application is hanging. You could also try a different distribution. How have you tested RAM and HDD?
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answered Fedora 13 becomes unresponsive when too many applications running
Jan
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revised Error starting postgresql server on ubuntu
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answered Shrink NTFS Partition Windows 2003
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answered Error starting postgresql server on ubuntu
Jan
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comment Hardlink files not the same
That would mean creating a second repository? At present all files under one folder are versioned, which is my repository.
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comment Hardlink files not the same
That does "solve" it in the sense that the file is then (always) available in the target folder. The versioning is then the problem however: the soft link is versioned and then points to the "wrong" location for the source file from another machine. I'm using Bazaar.
Jan
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comment Hardlink files not the same
Yes, I think this is exactly what is happening. The file is deleted and recreated on each update. Thanks. It was a session file from Firefox under Ubuntu Linux for reference.
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answered Hardlink files not the same
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