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Jul
3
asked Port forwarding with DNAT and SNAT without touching other packets
Feb
13
comment Cheap but Highly Available Shared Storage?
@FlorenzKley, hardly cheap but interesting, thanks :)
Feb
13
comment Cheap but Highly Available Shared Storage?
:-O Too localized? Is the group wanting cheap but highly available storage that small?
Oct
17
comment Keeping a linux process running after I logout
@JeremyVisser that sounds really plausible!
Oct
17
comment init script that logs output of the script
Sure, I meant like this: /var/customDaemon &> /dev/null 1<&- &
Oct
16
comment init script that logs output of the script
I would add a 1<&- in front of the final & so that stdin is closed for the daemon. Helps when starting it from the command line.
Oct
11
answered Monitoring ZFS-FUSE
Oct
11
comment Monitoring ZFS-FUSE
Are both systems similar (memory/disk)? Are you using different features (compression/deduplication)? You can also try compiling it from source, see zfs-fuse.net and the alternative repositories it mentions.
Oct
8
awarded  Yearling
Sep
19
comment Keeping a linux process running after I logout
And to be honest I don't really know why this daemonizes the thing you're running :-) It does work though, we use it in production. I discovered it while messing around hoping I could daemonize a process in shell without needing anything special - so I started by closing stdin and that was enough. I should go read some shell sources but I presume that if you close stdin and background the process, it also detaches the process.
Sep
19
comment Keeping a linux process running after I logout
When you do x<&-, that closes file descriptor x. In this case there is no x, which makes bash default to 1, i.e. standard input. If you use </dev/null you're not closing stdin, you're just giving an empty file to the program as input.
Sep
16
comment Keeping a linux process running after I logout
see my answer showing how to do it it with any sh-lookalike
Sep
16
answered Keeping a linux process running after I logout
Sep
12
answered How can I launch a screen session with a command over ssh on a remote server from my desktop?
Sep
5
awarded  Nice Answer
Apr
20
awarded  Notable Question
Jul
30
comment need advice for storing data setup hardware for client with 80TB per year of data footprint increase
You know, sales blurbs are actually not very readable. A condensed version with the pertinent facts would have gotten a vote from me.
Jul
30
comment screen / autossh question: easiest way to transparently integrate screen into my ssh?
Actually I never heard of autossh up till now, so perhaps that makes that second command line a whole lot simpler, just replace ssh with autossh in the myscreen alias
Jul
30
answered screen / autossh question: easiest way to transparently integrate screen into my ssh?
Jul
10
awarded  Necromancer