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Jan
27
answered Inside Docker container - crond running but no cronjobs executed
Jan
27
comment How can I disable Docker's automatic IP address assignment?
That's nice but Docker-1.10 is not available on Debian yet, not to mention that v1.10 is not even released yet...
Jan
27
awarded  Yearling
Jan
27
answered How can I disable Docker's automatic IP address assignment?
Jan
6
comment How do I get apt-get to ignore some dependencies?
That is perfect, thank you.
Nov
9
awarded  Autobiographer
Jul
29
answered VMware vSphere Client Cannot Connect
Jul
6
comment Error connecting zabbix with Mysql
@verovan, you misunderstood my answer. Only incompetent .DEBs provided by Zabbix still depend on "libsnmp15". Official Zabbix packages from Debian do not have this problem. Never use packages from vendor if packages already available from Debian. See ZBX-7996
Jul
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answered Error connecting zabbix with Mysql
Jun
29
answered Choice of distributed filesystem for intensive reads and writes
Jun
29
answered Clustering filesystem for small files
Dec
28
comment Experience with MooseFS?
I had similar experience except that I used Ceph a lot longer and had more incidents of data loss. Switching from Ceph to LizardFS (fork of proprietary MooseFS) was a big relief and a very positive experience indeed.
Dec
28
comment Experience with MooseFS?
A word of warning about Ceph -- unlike MooseFS/LizardFS, Ceph do not care about data integrity. Ceph looks very impressive on paper but in reality it is very fragile and not trustworthy. After extensive evaluation of Ceph and LizardFS I recommend only LizardFS. IMHO Ceph is not suitable for any serious use.
Dec
28
comment Experience with MooseFS?
Since MooseFS became proprietary I recommend to use its GPL-3 licensed fork -- LizardFS. I have exceptionally good experience with LizardFS.
Aug
28
awarded  Critic
Aug
27
answered mdadm raid10 or nfs performance issues?
Aug
27
comment How to install two packages that write the same file
Packages should not install anything to /usr/local -- it is a policy violation. The whole point of /usr/local it to keep files under package management and manually installed files apart. See the following FHS related discussion: unix.stackexchange.com/questions/30/…
Aug
27
answered How to install two packages that write the same file
Aug
27
comment debian LTS : how to keep packages up-to-date with last security fixes using apt
High priority security fixes (only) are shipped through "security.debian.org". Bug and security fixes are shipped through other repositories. See wiki.debian.org/SourcesList and check example "sources.list".
Aug
26
answered debian LTS : how to keep packages up-to-date with last security fixes using apt