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Feb
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comment Job queueing on a single machine
I would suggest just using an existing batch scheduler like PBS or TORQUE. Why hack up a sub-optimal solution of your own when there's already something available that is meant to solve exactly the problem you're trying to solve? Sure, you have a "cluster" of 1, but you're still looking for a job submission and scheduling system.
Oct
18
asked Trap handling and implicit subshells in shell scripts
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Sep
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revised Are there any benefits of using .qcow2 over .img and which is recommended for making a VM?
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revised Are there any benefits of using .qcow2 over .img and which is recommended for making a VM?
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Sep
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comment Are there any benefits of using .qcow2 over .img and which is recommended for making a VM?
The qcow2 format works primarily with QEMU/KVM, but raw images will work with just about everything (including QEMU/KVM, VMware, VirtualBox, etc).
Sep
5
comment Config folder for a service
"Deluge was installed using RPM so I guess it was installed under /opt/deluge." Why are you guessing? Just use rpm to check.
Sep
5
answered Are there any benefits of using .qcow2 over .img and which is recommended for making a VM?
Sep
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answered Sudo Apache, with command line ? (not visudo)
Sep
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answered rsyslogd running but cannot connect on port?
Sep
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answered Where is the latest source code of man command for linux?
Sep
1
answered How to create a module on a CentOS cluster
Sep
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comment How to create a module on a CentOS cluster
Are there existing modules on the cluster you can look at?
Aug
31
answered Installing Octave Dependencies on CentOS 6 using yum
Aug
31
comment Can't redirect cut output
Hey, I just learned about new coreutils command. Thanks, Stéphane!
Aug
31
comment Parent mount becomes inaccessible after mounting child into subdir?
Your error is referring to a mountpoint named /mnt/etc/resolv.conf. There are situations in which it is common to bind-mount something on top of a file like this, but nothing in your question indicates you are doing so. Can you update your question with the complete sequence of commands you are running before your encounter the problem you have described?
Aug
30
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Aug
30
comment rpm and defattr
Can you post your actual spec file, or a minimal version of it that demonstrates the problem?
Aug
30
answered rpm and defattr
Aug
29
comment Read “/proc” to know if a process has opened a port
I'm not sure, but that seems like an easy thing to test.