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May
11
asked smartctl -t long isn't finishing
May
6
comment explain md's raid10,f2
sounds like offset is the way to go...
May
6
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May
5
answered UNIX tool to dump a selection of HTML?
May
5
asked explain md's raid10,f2
Apr
27
comment Apache configuration to access directory
please mark this as answered.
Apr
27
answered Apache configuration to access directory
Apr
26
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Apr
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Apr
25
comment How can I determine which processes are using up the most CPU?
also keep in mind that a process might consume a spike even up to 100% for a second it's if it maintains that you've got an issue with that process. Load average measure all the processes over ... 15 minutes I think.
Apr
25
comment How can I determine which processes are using up the most CPU?
are you sure that this additional load isn't valid http traffic (or something). Seems to me you're running around looking for a screwy process, I'm not yet convinced that you have one.
Apr
25
comment How can I determine which processes are using up the most CPU?
btw you should really install htop ;) it's much nicer than top.
Apr
25
answered Ubuntu - can non-root user run process in chroot jail?
Apr
25
comment Ubuntu - can non-root user run process in chroot jail?
chroot jails are specific to bsd. a chroot in linux is not a jail. Last I checked it was not possible to chroot as a user.
Apr
25
comment Install webserver without root access
depending on the config change you need to make you might just be able to just make the changes with .htaccess or ask your hosting provider to make them.
Apr
25
answered How can I determine which processes are using up the most CPU?
Apr
25
revised SYSLOG-NG - Having trouble with a destination
add link to the handbook
Apr
22
comment how to mount a partition inside a partition
It's definitely a *nix. probably linux that's the first extended partition on the first drive. so if you aren't using that many partitions on you *nix systems you wouldn't have one.
Apr
22
comment Zero'ing out deleted files
After reading some answers and some comments. Your biggest problem appears to be how do you find said deleted files... I don't think the tools exist... esp not for ext4. I'd suggest rsync-ing the files you have to a new partition or image or something that won't have this problem...
Apr
21
comment Zero'ing out deleted files
wait wha? if they are deleted why would they take up space?