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IT Architect, Data Scientist, ArchiDevOps, NoSQL, Hadoop, MongoDB, etc.


Feb
12
accepted Finding the root cause of 100% iowait in Linux
Feb
12
comment Setting up a Develop, Acceptance, Production for a single person business
Thanks. I guess I really have to built it custom.
Feb
12
accepted Setting up a Develop, Acceptance, Production for a single person business
Feb
10
answered Choosing between CentOS + remi repository and Fedora
Feb
10
answered Ratio of PC to Mac support hours?
Feb
9
comment Setting up a Develop, Acceptance, Production for a single person business
Regarding the firewall/security: I have a DMZ running at home with "extranet" virtual machines. So I consider that base covered.
Feb
8
comment Setting up a Develop, Acceptance, Production for a single person business
Good point, but given the scale of this business I expect this not to be an issue. What I have in mind is a single machine for both Dev and Acceptance (production is assumed to be external) behind different URLs and the acceptance to be 'hidden' for my wife. Also because she will be limiting to changing templates (i.e. simple PHP changes, HTML, CSS, images, etc.) I assume the resulting PHP code to remain as portable as the original thing we started with.
Feb
8
asked Setting up a Develop, Acceptance, Production for a single person business
Jan
11
comment PXE bootable browser
Great suggestion. I booted the ISO in VMware and it looks nice. I tried to boot it over PXE ( I found this vimeo.com/8613977 ) and I get a lot of errors (i.e. it won't boot). Any suggestions?
Nov
12
comment Finding the root cause of 100% iowait in Linux
Nope, no relevant errors. There is only one 'error' in the logs: "kernel: /dev/vmmon[13566]: /dev/rtc enable interrupt failed: -22". To my knowledge this causes timing issues in VMware but nothing like this IO problem.
Nov
12
comment Finding the root cause of 100% iowait in Linux
I've added the output I got from iotop. Given the rather old kernel I cannot extract SMART info from my SATA disks.
Nov
12
revised Finding the root cause of 100% iowait in Linux
Additional info (iotop output)
Nov
11
asked Finding the root cause of 100% iowait in Linux
Oct
29
revised What is the value of JAVA_HOME for CentOS?
Additional info
Oct
26
answered Can I get apache to log only a sample of the requests?
Sep
28
comment Windows drive letters A: and B:
+1 for noting that one of the main reasons is crappy 3rd party applications.
Sep
28
asked PXE bootable browser
Sep
8
comment Can a motherboard that supports multiple CPUs run with fewer CPUs than it supports?
@Kronick: I have a (very old) Pentium II 300 MHZ Dual CPU system here. That system came with a 'blank cpu card' that should be used when only 1 CPU was installed. I never used it though.
Sep
8
comment Can a motherboard that supports multiple CPUs run with fewer CPUs than it supports?
Given this mentality I would recommend reconsidering what you are trying to do. Perhaps several 'small' systems can do the job just as fine when compared to a single 'big one'. Small systems are 'commodity' and are generally cheaper when compared to special multi CPU systems.
Sep
8
answered Can a motherboard that supports multiple CPUs run with fewer CPUs than it supports?