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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?
Mar
27
comment Linux dmesg errors, motherboard issue?
What motherboard, what server type, what make/model of PCIe SSD, what OS/Distribution/Version, what's your sign (Capricorn), A/S/L?
Mar
23
revised Easy way to determine virtualization technology
added 19 characters in body
Mar
23
comment Easy way to determine virtualization technology
@Gilles Edited: But the script generally detects KVM, Xen, QEMU, VirtualBox, Parallels, OpenVZ, IBM System Z, LPAR, z/VM, Hitachi Virtage, VMWare, Microsoft Hyper-V. Hmm... should LXC be included?