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Apr
11
comment CentOS reporting lower total memory compared others in AWS
Well, I'm not sure if say "cgroup_disable=memory" would have any impact, but I'd try this too. Anyways, this won't hurt: sudo dmidecode | fgrep $'Memory Device\nSize:'
Apr
11
comment CentOS reporting lower total memory compared others in AWS
vmstat -S K -s | fgrep 'total mem' and/or fgrep MemTotal /proc/meminfo
Apr
5
reviewed Reject Cisco ASA: How to route PPPoE-assigned subnet?
Mar
20
comment NFS mounts depending on other NFS mount fail to mount at boot
Which OS' fstab is it that supports bg option? O_o
Jan
21
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Nov
1
comment How do get apache display url request in Top and PS?
I remember seeing that somewhere sometime, but couldn't even Google it, alas. Would be nice to have, no doubts.
Nov
1
comment How do get apache display url request in Top and PS?
"ApacheTop watches a logfile generated by Apache (in standard common or combined logformat, and generates human-parsable output in realtime." — pss
Oct
1
comment localhost in a DNS zone
Personally I'd think that localhost.some.test is just another victim of not getting proper dot ending. The reasoning behind having localhost. (note the dot!) is clear, but dots are often forgotten in DNS zones. Then it sprung to have its own mysterious life.
Oct
1
revised How can I reject all incoming UDP packets except for DNS lookups?
+= Other notices
Oct
1
revised How can I reject all incoming UDP packets except for DNS lookups?
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Oct
1
revised How can I reject all incoming UDP packets except for DNS lookups?
+= DNS server inside case
Oct
1
answered How can I reject all incoming UDP packets except for DNS lookups?
Jul
28
comment How can I force sendmail to use SMTP instead of internal relay?
sendmail? May I see your time machine, dude?
Jul
20
answered In UNIX, is it possible to password protect a directory?
Jul
16
comment starting nginx on mac fails with 48: address already in use
See serverfault.com/a/488491/67675 (For Mac OS X lsof part is relevant.)
Jul
16
answered Linux software RAID5 on SSD. One SSD 40% more worn out than the others
Jul
16
answered Exim - password disclosure by world-readable exim.conf - is that necessary?
Jul
16
comment Dynamically Restrict What CPU's a new process runs
Also see: serverfault.com/questions/403714/… + serverfault.com/questions/226180/…
Jul
16
comment Dynamically Restrict What CPU's a new process runs
Lots of words, but hardly descriptive. From what you've given it's unclear what makes you think you can't just set CPU affinity to needed processes. linux.die.net/man/1/taskset
Jul
15
comment MYSQL - is LOCALHOST speedy than i.e. (domain) mysql.domain.com
Actually my answer was simply put, indeed. If you compare TCP/IP stack and UNIX domain sockets (aka IPC sockets) for data transfer on the same host, IPC would be faster. But IPC is limited to same host, it doesn't support "remote hosts" connections at all. It means if you have to connect to remote SQL server, you can't use IPC for that directly.