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comment Is it possible to configure the Linux kernel I/O scheduler for an NFS mount?
Will it be affected by the global io scheduler change though? I assume so since the kernel still manages io to NFS
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asked Is it possible to configure the Linux kernel I/O scheduler for an NFS mount?
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reviewed Reviewed Linux RAMFS grows. Does it also shrink?
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reviewed No Action Needed How do you disable SMB printing support?
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reviewed No Action Needed How to speed up applying impersonation rights changes?
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accepted User not functioning after backup and restore of database to another server in SQL Server 2005
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answered Temporarily change etc/hosts file on a windows workstation
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asked User not functioning after backup and restore of database to another server in SQL Server 2005
Nov
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comment Migrating from Windows stack to LAMP
So in keeping both running independently we will have two sets of devs and two sets of ops indefinitely, or cross train one set to the other over time, or both. Sounds like a total nightmare either way :( I had a previous experience at another company where despite the fact that everything ran on LAMP someone decided we had to do a new feature in Ruby on Rails, thus splitting the dev team into two technologies. That was awful, but at least it all ran on the same server architecture, and it still ended badly with Rails being abandoned because it couldn't stand up to the scale. Not excited...
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accepted Is there an incoming any kind of mail log for Google Apps?
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asked Migrating from Windows stack to LAMP
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asked Is there an incoming any kind of mail log for Google Apps?
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answered Varnish/Nginx/Apache
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answered ngnix reverse proxy