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What could keep a process in 'Runnable' state indefinitely?

I am developing for embedded Linux and I have found a critical bug when stability test is performed. After 1-3 days running at some points the system becomes inoperative. Kernel network stack keep ...
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Does cron jobs per se represent a significant burden on a modern system?

I'd like to run a pretty simple script (is there a dir with name x in dir y if so move it to dir z–and x will only be there about once a day) every 15 seconds or so (one minute divided into 4*15 ...
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Why does my linux keep crashing?

I am running Debian 6.0 Squeeze. Every half hour or so a dialog pops up on the side of my screen with the message - Kernel failure. A report has been sent to the developers to help them fix the ...
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What are the ways to improve system stability and prevent data loss in conditions of frequent hard reboots and/or kernel panics?

Suppose we are working in environment where you can't be sure that your computer won't just suddenly shut off. What measures can be taken to improve system's (unix) resist to such failures? And how to ...
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For deploying a public-facing webapp, which between Testing and Stable to use some weeks before release?

Which do you recommend? Some POVs to consider: stability available packages life kernels or any other reasons? [note] This question was originally a request for recommendation between Debian 5 ...
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My Fedora 13 crashes several times a day

Reported bugs through bugzilla, anything else I can do? I'm actually a bit disappointed as a friend of mine is a network admin and he told me they have a linux server that has not been rebooted for a ...
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Does verifying packages enhance security and/or stability of a system?

RedHat/CentOS and Ubuntu both provide packages to verify the contents of a package. CentOS uses rpm -V. Ubuntu uses debsums. I've spoken to admins who run these tools to verify the packages on their ...