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comment How do I count the number of occurrences of a word in a text file with the command line?
I like this one. Very simple and elegant.
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comment Compute average file size
I'd like not to ignore sub directories.
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comment Compute average file size
The average size of a file in a directory
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comment How can I be sure that a directory or file is actually deleted?
Thanks. I just fixed it. journaling -> data jornaling
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data journaling
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answered How can I be sure that a directory or file is actually deleted?
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comment How to set up ZFS with ZIL and L2ARC SSD?
How do I know? uname -a. ZFS is a Solaris filesystem and was ported to BSD later. It is not officially supported on Linux and there are technical and legal issues with ZFS on linux. Switch to Solaris/OpenIndiana or FreeBSD if you want to use ZFS or use bcache on Linux. Also read this and this.