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Research Computing Architect at the University of California, Berkeley


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awarded  Editor
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revised Where do I find .SQL files on Ubuntu Server?
added better rsync example and info about arch/version migrations
Dec
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revised How to quit QEMU monitor?
added tag: telnet
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suggested suggested edit on How to quit QEMU monitor?
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answered How to quit QEMU monitor?
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answered Where do I find .SQL files on Ubuntu Server?
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awarded  Scholar
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accepted decipher acronyms for Netapp disk shelf configuration options
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answered decipher acronyms for Netapp disk shelf configuration options
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comment decipher acronyms for Netapp disk shelf configuration options
Yes, indeed. Providing a Netapp rosetta stone would be handy for people.
Dec
15
comment Maximum Number of Files in a Single Directory for Netapp NFS mounts on Linux
It's not unreasonable to have run out of inodes... within 6 months of moderate usage in an academic research environment I had a system that ran out of the default number of inodes. People can chew up inodes real quick when they do things like store copies of their imap folders in their home directories.
Dec
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comment decipher acronyms for Netapp disk shelf configuration options
well, this is a good start, but doesn't fully answer the question...
Dec
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comment decipher acronyms for Netapp disk shelf configuration options
In what context did you encounter PB and PBR? Also in disk shelf configuration? Without a context an acronym could take on myriad meanings... I don't know about PB, but I would guess PBR stands for "Policy Based Routing"... or Pabst Blue Ribbon... which reminds me of this quote: "PBR: Sure it’s watery and tastes like piss, but at least it’s not policy-based routing" (scroll down to Flow Routing (Layer 4)). heh.
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asked decipher acronyms for Netapp disk shelf configuration options
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comment Keep-alive options not working on Linux for an outgoing connection
In that case, post more info about your system and the source code (or a simplified test case) so I can try to reproduce the problem, otherwise there's not a lot to go on here to debug.
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awarded  Revival
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awarded  Teacher
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comment Adding port forwardings programmatically on a ControlMaster SSH session
Nonsense! How does programmatically controlling the properties of an SSH session introduce a huge security problem? The solution is really quite simple: serverfault.com/a/340361/93109
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answered Adding port forwardings programmatically on a ControlMaster SSH session
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