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comment Home server bottleneck (filesystem server)
Really, I think the bottle neck for hosting virtual machines on a raspberry pi is the CPU--it's single threaded. This means that each of your VM's is contending with each other, the rest of the server processes, and the kernel for CPU time on the single core. Make sure that there's a real server core backing each of your virtual cores. Also, the memory size is low, so your disk cache is also going to be small, so you'll spend more time then normal doing disk I/O, which is super slow over USB. If you have a place for one, you can buy cheap server refurbs off ebay--like a DL360 G5.
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comment Why can I connect to the IP of a network interface (on a server with multiple network interfaces) when the network cable is removed?
With the cable disconnected, but the IP 192.168.100.11 still working, run arp -n and check the mac address for 192.168.100.11.
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Dec
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answered Exclude directories with 'rsync' and ssh with pull request
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accepted Difference between txqueuelen and ethtool tx
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answered Difference between txqueuelen and ethtool tx
Dec
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revised Safe way of letting users upload their public keys
new idea. because yolo.
Dec
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answered Safe way of letting users upload their public keys
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answered why does grep '\;.' expand to grep '\''\;.'\''' when executed over ssh?
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asked Difference between txqueuelen and ethtool tx
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answered How to mount multiple partitions
Nov
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accepted Are limits.conf values applied on a per-process basis?
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asked Are limits.conf values applied on a per-process basis?
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accepted TrueCrypt is destoying mdadm volume