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answered Adaptec 2420SA RAID 1 rebuild 66% after 1 week
May
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comment Time sync in data center
@dbasnett: Yes, I know what stratum means. Which is why I wrote that in case one for some reason don't want to synchronize from some external NTP server(s), one can setup a stratum-0 source for internal use. The price for such a thing can vary from < $100 for a GPS receiver to, well, a lot for a high-precision atomic clock.
May
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comment Linux: Why change inode size?
@FractalizeR. Yes, mke2fs on RHEL/CentOS 5 dates back to 2006. I think the default changed a few years ago, sometime when ext4 was declared stable maybe.
May
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revised Linux: Why change inode size?
Mention /etc/mke2fs.conf
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comment Time sync in data center
@dbasnett: No, I did not.
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answered Which linux server distrabution best to run lamp server for production enviroment?
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answered Linux: Why change inode size?
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answered Avoid linux out-of-memory application teardown
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answered Rename/Move file only if destination does not exist
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answered How do I uninstall PHP and Apache on linux?
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revised Linux disk IO load breakdown, by filesystem path and/or process?
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comment What is RAID5 + Hotspare?
For a specific example, HP smartarray 6400 controllers rebuilds the array again after the failed drive is replaced. Probably other smartarray controllers as well, as they probably all use more or less the same firmware.
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answered Rocksclusters reinstalling nodes partitioning error
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answered OpenJDK vs. Sun Java6 on Ubuntu
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revised Karmic iptables missing kernel moduyles on OpenVZ container
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comment May the file size returned by stat be compromised?
Well, 'ls -l' does a lstat() syscall, as does 'du' and the 'stat' command-line tool. The difference is just which field(s) they read from the stat struct the syscall returns.