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accepted List File Space Ownership By User
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Dec
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accepted Can't Login to Debian 7.7 with Kerberos/NIS user
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answered Can't Login to Debian 7.7 with Kerberos/NIS user
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Sep
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comment List File Space Ownership By User
Interesting, but no. Quota tools tell me how much disk space I am using, I need to know where in the mess those files actually are. Both of those examples appear to brute-force quota replacements; I'm interested in the details.
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revised List File Space Ownership By User
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Sep
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answered Why am I still getting a password prompt with ssh with public key authentication?
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Jun
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revised How Do I Set Up Multiple NIS Servers For CentOS 6 Clients?
Perhaps I'm unclear
Jun
17
comment How Do I Set Up Multiple NIS Servers For CentOS 6 Clients?
Sorry, perhaps I'm unclear. I have to NIS servers, one master and one slave. How do I tell client X that it has access to two NIS servers?
Jun
16
comment How Do I Set Up Multiple NIS Servers For CentOS 6 Clients?
...and yes, I'm aware of tripping the irony-detector by using "NIS" and "security" in the same post. The reasons are stupid, but I still have to deal with them.
Jun
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asked How Do I Set Up Multiple NIS Servers For CentOS 6 Clients?
Feb
11
comment Does LVM impact performance?
@hildred, the above is what I was referring to -- I am not aware of any tools that can recover data from a LVM that spans multiple disks (block devices) with one disk missing.
Feb
11
comment Does LVM impact performance?
@user13719: yes, you can LVM any block device, but in practice people don't do this. They end up with a single drive LVM'd. Then they add another drive, and use LVM to extend the existing file system onto the new disk. At that point, the failure of either disk will kill the LVM.
Nov
15
comment What does a high load with an empty top mean?
The results of iostat -kx 10 show that the disks are not busy. It does appear that these processes are blocked on nfs somehow. @StephaneChazelas, if you write your comment as an answer I'll accept it.