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comment How can I see automount points in Linux?
Yes these are NFS mounts from NFS servers. By that statement I just meant that on different machines you see different mounts, depending on which ones users on that machine happen to be using.
Jun
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comment How can I see automount points in Linux?
I don't have root but I'd like to see a list of all devices that could be mounted and at which mount points if I knew what they were
Jun
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comment How can I see automount points in Linux?
any way to do it without root? I don't have it
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asked How can I see automount points in Linux?
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accepted How can I flatten nested .tar.gz files?
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asked How can I flatten nested .tar.gz files?
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comment Where is max process size specified?
From the doc, looks like it changed in 2.6.11.
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comment Where is max process size specified?
I realize that the kernel may need to be recompiled. That's why I asked what option needs to change when I recompile. Or, how can I find out what it is from the kernel headers installed on the system.
Dec
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comment Where is max process size specified?
Linux <mach> 2.6.9-89.ELsmp #1 SMP Mon Apr 20 10:33:05 EDT 2009 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux. Yes BIOs recognizes all the memory and the kernel seems to be able to use all of it, just not all in 1 process.
Dec
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comment Where is max process size specified?
Yes it is but our domain requires it. And yes 1TB is a lot of memory. Actually, we'll probably need up to 4TB soon.
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