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

Usually you can reach me via Skype using nickname poige.ru


Jul
10
comment How can Solaris sub-partitions be accessed in FreeBSD?
unix.stackexchange.com/questions/32643/…
Jun
17
awarded  Constituent
Jun
16
awarded  Caucus
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. )
May
27
comment Very poor read performance compared to write performance on md(raid1) / crypt(luks) / lvm
@NathanC, thanks for asking. I think my answer has something more to it, than yours false attempt. )
May
27
comment Very poor read performance compared to write performance on md(raid1) / crypt(luks) / lvm
you guys awesome. serverfault.com/a/598838/67675
May
27
answered Very poor read performance compared to write performance on md(raid1) / crypt(luks) / lvm
May
27
comment Very poor read performance compared to write performance on md(raid1) / crypt(luks) / lvm
Regarding that: decryption usually is faster than encryption, isn't it?..
May
21
awarded  Nice Answer
Apr
15
awarded  Yearling
Feb
19
comment Is there a --parents option for mv like for cp?
But, it has another flaw: cp --parents … can easily have several sources, yours function assumes it's only one source always. ) (Damn, I seem to be persistent at last) :)
Feb
19
comment Is there a --parents option for mv like for cp?
Somebody "+1" mine answer, so here it is — the new spin. It's not me. :-P 1) How does it justify — right, in no way, OPs can be wrong as we all can be. :) 2.1) Well, permissions ;-P 2.2) My bad, I beg ur pardon, yeah, your doesn't, I'm mistaken. :)
Feb
19
revised Is there a --parents option for mv like for cp?
brought in `cp -l from comment
Feb
19
revised Is there a --parents option for mv like for cp?
brought in `cp -l from comment
Feb
19
comment Is there a --parents option for mv like for cp?
ok, back to the issue. Your alias would move all the content inside parent dirs, cp --parents wouldn't do that. So it's simply wrong (or non-equivalent) approach, as I pointed in mine answer to this question.
Feb
14
comment How to open a port early in boot process to unlock LUKS via SSH
@jasonwryan, so you want me to fix your problem? :)
Feb
13
comment How to open a port early in boot process to unlock LUKS via SSH
@jasonwryan, it doesn't play any role what exactly TCP service you're trying to use, what really matters is it's not started.
Dec
18
comment Kill process spawned by ssh when ssh dies
@GermanK, properly stated question contains half an answer, they say.