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Intel Turbo not working in CentOS 7 with Intel Xeon Scalable (and other newer CPUs)

We have a small cluster where I work, that I look after. The nodes run CentOS 7.5. Our older nodes use Xeon E5 v4 CPUs, mostly the E5-2699 v4. With the older nodes, the Intel Turbo Boost works ...
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Memory clock on DDR2 modules lower than expected

I've performed a memory upgrade on a Dell Precision T7400. The official user guide states: Specifications Memory type: 667- or 800-MHz fully-buffered DDR2 SDRAM fully-buffered DIMMs (FBDs) ...
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How do I amend the RoamingPreferredBandType property of my users' wireless network adapters?

We've been seeing intermittent issues with users connecting to wifi. It seems that this may be due to interference, with the recommended solution being to change the RoamingPreferredBandType to 5GHz. ...
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Why is my scaling_max_freq stuck at 1GHz (on a Core Duo processor)

I recently setup an old Thinkpad T60 as a secondary desktop (via a docking station), but when I tried it, it was feeling sluggish and I soon figured that it was somehow stuck at 1GHz, even tho its ...
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Microwave Link Latency

An internet provider installed us a microwave link: The issue is that: The ping from our side to the gateway is about 1-2 ms, which is great, but it remains like this for only 12 hours, then it ...
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Do I really need the PHP maxlifetime hourly cron job? [closed]

On my Debian Wheezy, every half-hour a cron job runs: find /var/lib/php5/ -depth -mindepth 1 -maxdepth 1 -type f -ignore_readdir_race -cmin +$(/usr/lib/php5/maxlifetime) ! -execdir fuser -s {} 2>/...
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What are the most common protocols on the internet? [closed]

For 69 views in the first day, 2 up-votes within 2 days, it's a shame that this was closed. What are the commonly used protocols that sit atop TCP/IP and UDP/IP? My list includes HTTP and BitTorrent....
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Does cpu consume power differently while executing instructions and while being idle?

Why does a CPU consume different quantities of power at 2Ghz when it is executing an instruction it is not executing any instruction Should'nt the CPU be consuming same power irrespective of ...
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How to mearsure the average cpu frequency in linux?

I'm trying to measure the average cpu frequency in an DVFS enabled cpu for specific interval , the obvious way of periodically sampling /proc/cpuinfo has very large variants. The cpufreq-stats driver ...
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How do I change the minimum working frequency?

The file /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/scaling_min_frequency reads a value of 800 Mhz. The powertop tool also suggested that 800 Mhz w3as the minimum frequency being used. I changed the ...
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How can I use grep to find the most frequently recurring errors in my log file?

I've got a PHP application that is generating large amounts of warnings and notices in the log file.. I'm fixing these one at a time. I would like to be able to fix the most frequently occurring ...
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How often does your company replace all its servers? [closed]

Companies I have worked for replace them every 3 years
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Setting up multiple wireless access points on same network

I'd like to add wireless to my network, and I need multiple access points to cover the whole area. I'd like to set them up so that there's only one "wireless network" that the clients see, and it ...