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Aug
27
comment Is there a linux vfs tool that allows bind a directory in different location (like mount --bind) in user space?
Perfect, that is exactly what I was thinking on
Oct
3
comment Script or tool for maintenance (archive/remove old files, clean temporal files, etc…) on Unix/Linux
Do you use logrotate for everything? Clean temporal and old files too?
Sep
30
comment Is there a linux vfs tool that allows bind a directory in different location (like mount --bind) in user space?
Both situations are ok. If can be by process instance, better.
Sep
30
comment What is “System Memory ” displayed in nmon in AIX?
But that is only for processes, not for "System"
Sep
30
comment What is “System Memory ” displayed in nmon in AIX?
Sorry about my late response. Actually I quit that job, but yes, I mean that.
Oct
1
comment What is “System Memory ” displayed in nmon in AIX?
I tried svmon, and other tools from the AIX toolkit but I was not able to explain this memory consumption... I understand that "System" memory is the memory used for kernel data structures, but I couldn't find any information about it :(
Sep
30
comment What is “System Memory ” displayed in nmon in AIX?
Yes, of cuorse. But what does mean "system segments" and how can I known why are these segments being used? I am pretty sure that this memory is being used by Veritas Modules, but: how can I check that? is it possible?
Sep
10
comment Is there a linux vfs tool that allows bind a directory in different location (like mount --bind) in user space?
Well imagine this situation: I have a precompiled program, that I can not recompile. This program access to a fixed path, like '~/.program-data' and I need to launch several instances of the program as user, without doing chroot. Of course I could create a chrooted environment and use fakechroot, but it is too complex.
Sep
10
comment Is there a linux vfs tool that allows bind a directory in different location (like mount --bind) in user space?
I did not knwon that program, parrot. I will mail them.
Sep
9
comment Is there a standard symbolic link to the current users home directory?
I ask for the vfs tool: unix.stackexchange.com/questions/1811/…