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Jan
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awarded  Notable Question
Jan
19
revised Workaround for missing rm -I option on OSX?
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Jan
19
answered Workaround for missing rm -I option on OSX?
Jan
19
asked Workaround for missing rm -I option on OSX?
Dec
15
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Aug
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Apr
20
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Apr
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Mar
23
accepted Do I need “| xargs -n 1” to get around xargs' -I side-effect?
Mar
23
accepted Unzip all non-existing or older files from archive
Mar
23
accepted Running services without sudo
Mar
23
answered What does xargs do if it's used without any parameter?
Mar
23
asked Do I need “| xargs -n 1” to get around xargs' -I side-effect?
Jan
14
comment Increase SSH ConnectTimeout greater than 60 seconds
Interesting - so to increase it, you change sysctl net.ipv4.tcp_syn_retries. On my Ubuntu VM it was already at 6, which according to the article should have given a timeout of 45s, not 77s. Anyway, I'd accept that as an answer if you want to make it one. (My server eventually shutdown, so I don't have the personal need anymore.)
Jan
14
asked Increase SSH ConnectTimeout greater than 60 seconds
Jan
9
accepted Why does my RAID 1 NAS have to “synchronize”?
Jan
9
comment Why does my RAID 1 NAS have to “synchronize”?
Ah, ok. I guess that's the actual issue here.
Jan
8
comment Why does my RAID 1 NAS have to “synchronize”?
For empty disks? Ok. But in any case, I previously did a Time Machine backup to there, and it then slowly synced to completion. Now I copy another 1TB onto the disk, and again, a very slow sync process afterwards. Although I did inadvertently force-shutdown the NAS (sigh: 1.5 seconds on power button = soft shutdown, 5 seconds = hard), so maybe that has triggered the need for a complete resync?
Jan
8
revised Why does my RAID 1 NAS have to “synchronize”?
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Jan
8
comment Why does my RAID 1 NAS have to “synchronize”?
But that's not what's happening. The creation (and initial synchronisation) was very fast - a few minutes. But since then, it's very slow - something like 36 hours since I first started copying 1TB on.