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comment Tracking down where disk space has gone on Linux?
You can use the -x option of find to make sure you don't find files on other devices than the start point of your find command. This fixes the remotely mounted drives issue.
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revised Root access that can't change root password?
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comment Running “patch” without generating *.orig and *.rej files
This doesn't work for me – it just puts the rejects in a file called "-", which is a very very annoying filename to have around. I'm using version 2.5.8 on a Mac.
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revised Tracking down where disk space has gone on Linux?
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comment Why is rm slow?
I haven't formally benchmarked it, but I did try it after reading someone else's benchmarks, and the difference was substantial. I can't find that post any more, but this answer on serverfault has an explanation and source for an even faster delete program.
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answered Why is rm slow?
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revised Root access that can't change root password?
Corrected grammar
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revised Root access that can't change root password?
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answered Root access that can't change root password?
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answered What's the difference between a hard links and copied files?
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comment What's the difference between a hard links and copied files?
This has nothing to do with the question.
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