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May
6
comment Low mouse and keyboard framerate in Fedora 21
If the problem is with the controller, then it can be one of several problems. HW faulty, version of the USB on that specific port, how is this usb controller connected inside the system, does it share other resources with other devices, example dvd, etc.
May
6
comment Find files created by a particular user
The only way I see to perform that is by having filesystem audit in place.
May
5
comment Why will a linux usb boot on my personal pc but not on school computers?
Can you give more info like: what is the size of the drives. When you plug at home both drives, what does the partition table tells you? what about the filesystem types?
May
1
comment Error while trying to connect 2 pcs in lan
I would say you might be pinging some completely different host. Have you tried to use traceroute to see? Have you checked the arp table and compared the MAC address? are you 100% sure they are connected on the same LAN? Have you checked if PC1 has firewall and drop ICMP packets?
May
1
comment ZFS allocation algorithm
Here goes: When is setting the tunable metaslab_df_free_pct appropriate? (Doc ID 1503020.1)
May
1
comment ZFS allocation algorithm
Ended up by finding something in My Oracle Support but it is no longer valid for recent releases as the code was changed.
Apr
22
comment Diff Entire Linux Systems
In fact what you want is quite easy but complicated to achieve. Given the resources I would install two system exactly the same. Enable filesystem audit on the system that will have the files modified. Get the report from audit to identify what was added/modfiry/delete. Then compare these files with the other installed system.
Dec
6
comment find parent string based on regex
Thank you. I'll give it a try.
Dec
6
comment find parent string based on regex
since when? this is shell scripting question which is part of this site you can find more info -> unix.stackexchange.com/help/on-topic.
Dec
6
comment find parent string based on regex
this is an answer as it does exactly what I want, although it's slow and I would like something simpler. Doing like this to 200+ devices is just overkill. Although when I posted the question I had only volume name and was thinking on how to obtain the desired result.
Dec
6
comment find parent string based on regex
I want to find the domain associated with a device. Mainly I have a list of devices, I find their volume name (vol=name) and then I want to get the domain they are assigned to.
Jul
24
comment ZFS: Trying to remove top-level drive from Zpool
@chronic I wonder what documentation you read. Increasing zpool size is just a matter of adding a disk or even a new stripe/mirror/raidz to it. The only trick in some cases is that you need to perform a zpool set autoexpand=on after adding the disks. Same goes to extend space on a single device zpool, resize underlying this, autoexpand=on and then off and new space is available.
Jul
15
comment Tomcat: no xmx/xms value set, where is the heap value being defined?
a simple google search let to this: stackoverflow.com/questions/6897476/…, unless I am misunderstanding the question.
May
27
comment zfs replication temporary file
that's manual work, but on the destination you can do zfs list -t snapshot and check how much space is use.
May
26
comment zfs replication temporary file
I add a similar situation recently, but you can't see anything besides the destination increasing. In my case was send and receive . But even using -v option, only at the end of the operation it tells you how long it took and the amount of data.
May
21
comment ksh, perform action when reaching loop maximal value
can you explain why is not correct? with the current implementation after a max of 5 "failed" executions it ends.
Mar
29
comment update line based on previous line
works like a charm, just in Solaris 11 it has to be the gawk ( it stands for gnu awk ). thanks a lot.
Jan
21
comment How can I do NFSv4 UID mapping across systems with UID mismatches?
From find man: -group gname True if the file belongs to the group gname. If gname is numeric and does not appear in the group(4) database, it is taken as a group ID.
Dec
13
comment Does configuring iscsi target and iscsi initiator in two linux nodes and using ethernet cable for communication make it SAN?
google search: "iscsi nas or san" = communities.netapp.com/community/netapp-blogs/dave/blog/2007/04/…
Dec
9
comment Kill disconnected SSH session running in `screen`
have you tried the escape sequence to terminate the connection? the default is "~.", usually this forcibly closes the connection.