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awarded  Popular Question
Jun
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awarded  Yearling
Jan
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accepted wakeup on lan support
Jan
3
revised wakeup on lan support
Link detected to yes
Jan
3
comment wakeup on lan support
Yeah I fixed it, Now it says Link detected to yes.
Jan
3
asked wakeup on lan support
Nov
12
asked Which process is using my NAS?
Oct
31
asked CFS hardlimit in cgroups
Oct
25
comment Equivalent of xen capping in kvm
Yeah sounds like a good option. I want to know is it available in centos 6? I am using centos 6 and i can see only shares.
Oct
25
comment Basic understanding about load balancer
50ms is not a problem. I am just trying to find out situations where a loadbalancer can help me increase the performance of the whole system. I dont mean loadbalancer accelerates the webserver. I can understand it will induce an additional delay but I am trying to understand why 1 webserver shows better performance than 2 webservers ?
Oct
24
comment Basic understanding about load balancer
Yeah , I am thinking of a case where loadbalancer will be very effective and solve the problem of latency. Say if there is only one webserver and the cpu usage of that has maxed out. In this using 2 webservers with a loadbalancer in the middle should make things better in terms of latency (Im not sure, I believe it is so) . I am looking for such scenarios.
Oct
24
comment Basic understanding about load balancer
Thus , you mean to say, I will see better performance if i increase the number of threads?
Oct
24
revised Basic understanding about load balancer
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Oct
24
asked Basic understanding about load balancer
Oct
24
comment Equivalent of xen capping in kvm
Can you take a look at cpulimit and let me know whether it will work? cpulimit.sourceforge.net ..... I am a little bit skeptic about it.
Oct
24
comment Equivalent of xen capping in kvm
Yeah it provides cpu shares. The shares dont provide a hard limit such that It cannot cross that limit, if there is only 1 vm and if i set the shares to be 50% or 512, i want the usage to be restricted to 50% max but it will let the vm let it use more unless there is another VM using the rest 50% of the share and fighting with the vm we set a limit on.
Oct
24
comment Equivalent of xen capping in kvm
It provides weight and not cap right ?
Oct
24
asked Equivalent of xen capping in kvm
Sep
14
comment Looking for a loadbalancer
Sure, This is the error message : serverfault.com/questions/309083/issue-with-load-balancer