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  • UNIX user/sysad for 17+ years
  • 6+ years of telecom (ISP) experience
  • Linux as primarily desktop OS since 1999

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Sep
18
comment ld.so.preload doesn't differ x86_32 and x86_64
@Gael, it's not enough to give out answers. You have to understand how dynamic linking in Linux works first.
Sep
18
comment ld.so.preload doesn't differ x86_32 and x86_64
Because there're things which are too clear to be pointed out, and there're always people with white-spots in knowledge and logic who're eager to rush into answering.
Sep
18
comment ld.so.preload doesn't differ x86_32 and x86_64
@terdon, well, some ppl always have trouble with understanding, but lack of understanding doesn't stop them from trying to answer things they couldn't even had understood.
Sep
18
comment ld.so.preload doesn't differ x86_32 and x86_64
@Gael, some programs discard some or all environment variables then exec other programs, so /etc/ld.so.preload is the only way to enforce pre-loading.
Sep
18
comment ld.so.preload doesn't differ x86_32 and x86_64
@terdon, specific example was already given and it's /etc/ld.so.preload
Sep
14
comment ld.so.preload doesn't differ x86_32 and x86_64
AFAIK, there's no such thing as “x64_32”, but “x32” instead.
Sep
14
revised ld.so.preload doesn't differ x86_32 and x86_64
typo fix
Sep
14
comment Linux: Is there handy way to exec a program binding it to IP-address of choice?
@WarrenYoung, Thanks K. O., but "many" != "all"
Sep
14
revised Linux: Is there handy way to exec a program binding it to IP-address of choice?
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Sep
13
revised Linux: Is there handy way to exec a program binding it to IP-address of choice?
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Sep
13
revised Linux: Is there handy way to exec a program binding it to IP-address of choice?
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Sep
13
comment Linux: Is there handy way to exec a program binding it to IP-address of choice?
But it's worth mentioning it would require much more preparations since network namespace has its own routing table and so on. If somebody comes with simpler way to mimic jail, I'm gonna use it. ;)
Sep
13
asked Linux: Is there handy way to exec a program binding it to IP-address of choice?
Sep
13
asked ld.so.preload doesn't differ x86_32 and x86_64
Jul
10
comment How can Solaris sub-partitions be accessed in FreeBSD?
unix.stackexchange.com/questions/32643/…
Jun
17
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Jun
16
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May
28
comment Very poor read performance compared to write performance on md(raid1) / crypt(luks) / lvm
@NathanC, lolwut? It's not implemented in Linux? =)) "RAID1 read balancing was added in 2.6.25: git.kernel.org/?p=linux/kernel/git/torvalds/…; Oh, dude..
May
27
comment Very poor read performance compared to write performance on md(raid1) / crypt(luks) / lvm
"Raid 1 is just a mirror, so performance isn't improved in this case" again you're terribly wrong. OMG, study the subject before trying to teach others. kernelnewbies.org/KernelProjects/Raid1ReadBalancing
May
27
comment Very poor read performance compared to write performance on md(raid1) / crypt(luks) / lvm
No chances for me to look at this since you've already tried explaining things using "caches". Thanks, I'm not buying. )