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Aug
16
awarded  Scholar
Aug
16
comment How can I tweak the kernel for total swap out?
See at my update to the question. Keeping all pages in swap reduces swap times because only dirty pages need to be swapped out, hence there is less competing for io between swapping in and swapping out. This was the only option of swapping that a lot of older versions of Unix had, and it seemed to work far better than the Linux swapping I experience.
Aug
16
accepted Why does it makes sense to cache swap?
Aug
16
answered Why does it makes sense to cache swap?
Aug
14
answered How can I determine if someone's SSH key contains an empty passphrase?
Aug
14
revised How can I tweak the kernel for total swap out?
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Aug
14
answered Keep SSH Sessions running after disconnection
Aug
14
asked Why does it makes sense to cache swap?
Aug
14
comment How can I tweak the kernel for total swap out?
Not possible with the Linux kernel, or not possible at all? The latter is certainly not true, since that is how HP-UX swapping used to work. You could never run an HP-UX kernel without any swap.
Aug
13
asked How can I tweak the kernel for total swap out?
Aug
13
comment The 'less' command-line equivalent of 'tail -f'
Questions and answers take numbers from the same pool. Hence the number does not represent the count of questions.
Aug
13
comment How do I go about tracking down IO usage in Linux and other *nix OS'?
sar is also available on all unix versions that I ever worked with.
Aug
12
revised How do I go about tracking down IO usage in Linux and other *nix OS'?
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Aug
12
answered How do I go about tracking down IO usage in Linux and other *nix OS'?
Aug
12
answered What is the best way to do GUI development on a server machine?
Aug
12
comment Useful Linux Podcasts
This should be a community wiki
Aug
11
comment How do I route web requests into my private network depending on the domain in the url?
I don't think I can use rewrite to the ip-address since this would prevent me to use multiple domains in one VM, however, I probably can rewrite into local sub domains.
Aug
11
comment How do I route web requests into my private network depending on the domain in the url?
I used to have troubles with mod_proxy, but I might try this again.
Aug
11
awarded  Editor
Aug
11
comment What IDE do you use for Mono development on KDE?
Should possibly be a community wiki.