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Jan
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comment Supervisord at 99% cpu usage
Attaching strace to supervised could give you a rough clue what supervised is doing all along. My first guess would also be that it is constantly respawning the supervised process.
Jan
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answered How to give a custom name to a serial device on connection?
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answered Losslessly change the dpi value of a JPEG on Linux
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answered converting partition on the SD card to FAT
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Nov
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comment Combine information from two files, line by line
Looks like DNA stuff, doesn't it? Sorry, just for curiosity…
Nov
25
comment How does cat 'know' the optimum block size to use?
For a deeper understanding, perhaps you should mention where ST_BLKSIZE is coming from — to help OP understand that this is no "magic" but a file property that can be queried through stat(2).
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answered What is the “2001 article” for blocking “automated retrieval programs” referred to by the wget man page?
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Oct
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comment No such file or directory java while executing script
Sorry, I wrote this ambiguous. See edit.
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Oct
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answered No such file or directory java while executing script
Jul
17
comment How to interpret all fields of `utmpdump /var/log/utmp`
This cannot be easily answered in a general way. The entries indicating shutdowns, reboots, etc. are usually maintained by init, whereas entries for users would most-probably be placed in utmp by getty or variants (for console log-ins) or a login-manager like gdm (for X11 sessions). E.g., there's also a sessreg program intended to update utmp for arbitrary reasons a sysadmin may find useful.
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