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Openvz resource management

I have a couple of nodes ( which are not mine ) running one openvz kernel version -2.6.32-042stab092.2 specifications : processor model name : E5-2620 0 @ 2.00GHz Number of Processors : 24 RAM : 48G ...
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wget mirror site + resources from other domain

I'm trying to download a website so it can be browsed offline, so I want the html, images, css, javascript, etc. The problem is that the images are not all hosted on the same domain as the website, ...
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gnome-shell takes over the CPU

I have Debian 8.5 with the gnome desktop. Very often the gnome-shell is using the CPU over 70% (sometimes over 100%). Why is this happening? mostly until now when I run a python-pygame project CPU ...
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Generating report resource usage report for child processes

I'm looking for a tool that would generate a report about child processes. I'm interested in CPU usage, memory usage, etc. Ideally the tool would be used like this: uber_reporter -o report.html ...
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Tool for profiling resources used by cron job scheduled applications during the day

We have a prototype I inherited which is already running in production, but needs some major TLC and optimization. In total this prototype runs using 3 perl scripts, Script A runs followed by B and C ...
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How to compile x86_64 resource object file?

I am trying to build x86_64 windows executable. It has some resources that need to be compiled with windres. However, it genrates i386 object file from given resources which consequently fails to link ...
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How to throttle system resources during transfer from btrfs on file image on cifs mount?

I have a btrfs on a sparse file image (4TB) on a cifs mount of a remote NAS (Synology DS214) with zlib compression enabled. Transferring file from and onto the btrfs causes freezes of Linux (where it ...