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Apr
22
comment prelink - weird massive modification after installing zabbix-agent
I've just verified these. The only semi-related output seems to be .......T. /lib/modules/2.6.32-504.16.2.el6.x86_64/modules.softdep Nothing interesting sadly. No rogue process - I've replicated this on a test VM and this is repeatable each time after installing zabbix-agent.
Apr
22
revised prelink - weird massive modification after installing zabbix-agent
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Apr
22
asked prelink - weird massive modification after installing zabbix-agent
Apr
8
comment How can I do the `history` command and not have line numbers so I can copy multiple line commands?
Brilliant and ksh-compatible (for AIX admins).
Apr
8
comment Excluding some of the commands from being getting stored in bash history
simply HISTFILE= works in both bash and ksh.
Mar
10
answered Is there a distribution that supports rolling back updated packages?
Mar
8
comment How to list all files in a directory with absolute paths
+1 for pointing a more future-proof solution that ls. This find does recurse the subdirectories, for non-recursive you need to add -maxdepth 1 before -type argument.
Mar
4
comment Eviction of Disk Cache in Memory
How do you know if Gimp's page isn't clean - doesn't exist unmodified on swap? :) It could be clean. There is a separate kernel thread for saving things to swap and a separate thread for freeing some of the clean pages.
Mar
4
revised Eviction of Disk Cache in Memory
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Mar
4
answered Eviction of Disk Cache in Memory
Feb
26
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Feb
26
comment Program/script to limit cronjob output
Strangely enough, email client on my laptop does this quite perfectly out of the box by redirecting repeated messages to Spam folder. (It's MS Outlook 2010 shhhhhhh...)
Feb
20
answered What are some of the most useful aliases and bash scripts?
Dec
25
comment Why does mount happen over an existing directory?
Yes, as I said: no important use cases (of read-only filesystems with mounted read-write filesystems). So it seems like a case of premature optimization in early Unix.
Dec
25
comment Why does mount happen over an existing directory?
I don't see any important use cases of read-only filesystems with mounted read-write filesystems, especially not in the early Unix. @PeterCordes
Dec
13
comment sftp gives an error: “Received message too long” and what is the reason?
Wrong .bashrc needs to be silent, .bash_profile can echo with no problems.
Nov
25
answered sort and du together to list file sizes but the output unit is wrong
Nov
19
comment Tomcat won't use setenv.sh
Nah, CATALINA_OPTS works better, without bogus errors on shutdown. And my tomcat7 picks up bin/setenv.sh without a problem.
Nov
5
answered How does the utility “sort” work? (why does it not work the way I think it should?)
Jul
7
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