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comment force re-negotiation of PCIe speed on Linux
thanks for the answer ! In fact, in the end it turned out that the PCI card had a problem with data transmission on the PCI bus and the manufacturer fixed it with a firmware upgrade.
Jul
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comment force re-negotiation of PCIe speed on Linux
thanks for this information ! Unfortunately, in my case the speed reduction happens on only some of the hosts and it does not go back to full speed when we start using the device again...
Jul
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asked force re-negotiation of PCIe speed on Linux
Jul
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answered Reset a PCI Device in Linux
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Sep
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comment Free way to get financial data as Bloomberg terminal
I think this question should be migrated somewhere else such as quant.stackexchange.com
Sep
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comment Free way to get financial data as Bloomberg terminal
There is e.g. the 'Yahoo Finance API', see stackoverflow.com/questions/1763310/yahoo-finance-api
Sep
17
comment Did `sudo init 6` cause my file system to be corrupted?
where did the error appear, inside the virtual machine or on the host system ? And where did you run sudo init 6, on the virtual machine or on the host ?
Aug
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comment What are your favorite *painful* Unix moments
IPMI is a really convenient thing to have :-)
Aug
30
comment I killed sshd but it's still running?
that's why I wonder whether after killing it it still has the same process id or not (see my comment above)
Aug
30
comment I killed sshd but it's still running?
but doesn't inetd just start the corresponding daemon when a connection is made to a given port ? i.e. would one see an sshd process before an actual connection is made ? (rather than just inetd listening on port 22 ?)
Aug
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comment I killed sshd but it's still running?
which flavour of Unix is this ? After the kill command, does it still have the same process id ?
Aug
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answered Linux Programmable Controller
Aug
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comment Linux Programmable Controller
not sure whether anyone would want to fit Linux into 256 kilobytes flash memory... (see en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arduino#Arduino_board_models). Not unsurprisingly, with 2 kilobytes RAM these microcontrollers don't have a memory management unit either...
Aug
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comment Uptime and who -b are showing different times when the system was last booted on Linux
when you reboot again, does who -b still show the same date (2009-07-09 20:51) or does it change ? The manpage of my who suggests that it is using /var/run/utmp if no file is specified. Are the write permissions for this file reasonable (user root and group utmp on my system) ? Is /var full ?
Jun
24
comment Listing packages in Yum that depend on another installed package
you're missing an 's' at the end of --whatrequire
Jun
20
answered cfgmgr like command under Linux?
Jun
19
comment getting error “Can't create transaction lock” with rpm
does the directory /mnt/fedRoot/var/lib/rpm exist ? in analogy to redhat.com/archives/rpm-list/2007-May/msg00046.html , what does rpm --root=/mnt/fedRoot -E '%{_rpmlock_path}' say ?
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