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Senior Systems Engineer with a Linux, virtualization and performance-tuning focus.

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Oct
26
awarded  Scholar
Oct
26
awarded  Student
Oct
22
accepted Why are --older-than and --younger-than killall options missing in RHEL/CentOS?
Oct
22
comment Why are --older-than and --younger-than killall options missing in RHEL/CentOS?
@MichaelHampton Every once in awhile a package like psmisc would receive some back-ported changes. This probably isn't worthy?
Oct
22
comment Why are --older-than and --younger-than killall options missing in RHEL/CentOS?
I didn't have a Fedora system handy to check. EL6 was based on Fedora 12/13-ish, right? But you're certain that EL7 has this in place now?
Oct
22
comment Why are --older-than and --younger-than killall options missing in RHEL/CentOS?
Actually, this is a practical question because I'm helping a customer port their application and related scripts from Ubuntu to CentOS in my hosting environment. It's also a distribution-related quirk; to the point where people asking the same question can receive vastly different solutions, depending on OS implementation.
Oct
22
asked Why are --older-than and --younger-than killall options missing in RHEL/CentOS?
Oct
22
comment Graceful way to kill process
That seems to be unique to non-RHEL/CentOS versions of killall
Sep
30
awarded  Explainer
Sep
22
awarded  Enlightened
Sep
22
awarded  Nice Answer
Sep
8
comment BIOS Update within Linux
What type of hardware is this? Is it a branded server? If so, there are some options...
Jul
28
answered Command to 're-apply' previous command?
Jun
29
comment enable SMART for HP hard disk
@HBruijn This is correct. I often say that S.M.A.R.T. is not the final word in storage monitoring. In the HP Smart Array case, the controllers use SMART amongst a number of other methods to determine drive and array health.
Jun
9
awarded  Caucus
Apr
25
answered How do I make a tmpfs mountpoint persistent across reboots?
Apr
11
comment I accidentally formatted the wrong volume - is it possible to restore the previous Ext4 filesystem?
Well, now we know! Sorry :(
Apr
11
answered I accidentally formatted the wrong volume - is it possible to restore the previous Ext4 filesystem?
Mar
28
awarded  Yearling
Mar
28
answered Linux dmesg errors, motherboard issue?