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There are 10 types of people: those who understand binary, and those who don't.


Feb
11
revised Is there a way to limit the amount of memory a particular process can use in Unix?
rephrased answer & added link to man page
Feb
11
suggested suggested edit on Is there a way to limit the amount of memory a particular process can use in Unix?
Dec
5
awarded  Excavator
Dec
5
revised GPU usage monitoring (CUDA)
added output from intel-gpu-tools-2.21.12 on Intel HD4000
Dec
5
suggested suggested edit on GPU usage monitoring (CUDA)
Nov
29
revised Finding the sector size of a partition
added link to the documentation for the queue sysfs files
Nov
29
suggested suggested edit on Finding the sector size of a partition
Nov
29
comment How to partition 22TB disk?
@bdowning: xfs_check does indeed use a lot of memory, but the manual page(8) mentions: "Note that using xfs_check is NOT recommended. Please use xfs_repair -n instead, for better scalability and speed.".
Sep
10
awarded  Yearling
Jul
13
comment Is there a way to limit the amount of memory a particular process can use in Unix?
The package is named libcgroup-tools on Fedora 17.
Jun
19
comment What are the main differences between those linux distro vs general daily linux we use?
The eCos web page says that "eCos is not related to the Linux operating system", so comparing it with Linux distributions is like comparing Windows CE with Fedora.
Jun
19
awarded  Commentator
Sep
19
answered File sharing with Windows
Sep
10
comment Any alternative of “man -a” on UNIX?
what happens when you run man printf?
Sep
3
comment Redirecting stdout to a file you don't have write permission on
Answer for a similar question from StackOverflow stackoverflow.com/questions/82256/…
Sep
1
comment Any alternative of “man -a” on UNIX?
What Unix are you exactly using: Solaris, HP-UX, AIX, *BSD? Also what does it mean "doesn't work": the -a option isn't recognized and man doesn't show anything or man shows only the first page? One more thing: could you give examples of <xyz> just to be sure that there are multiple sections on that subject?
Sep
1
answered Is there a way to limit the amount of memory a particular process can use in Unix?
Aug
31
comment What's the best way to partition your drive?
Even if you use LVM, you still have to decide what logical volumes (LVs) to create. As a side note I still remember the disappointment I had last year when I discovered that the desktop Ubuntu installer didn't have support for LVM.
Aug
31
comment What's the best way to partition your drive?
I think you should just write swap instead of /swp in order to prevent any confusions as others have already mentioned.
Aug
29
comment Is it good to make a separate partition for /boot?
Regarding the size, "for Fedora 13 the default /boot partition size was increased to 500 MiB to avoid these problems in the future". (from fedoraproject.org/wiki/…)