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The user formerly know as user825518


Feb
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asked How to beat GRUB2 into submission?
Feb
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awarded  Tumbleweed
Jan
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accepted md raid1 ext3 and 4k sectors slow with directory operations
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asked Paravirtualized disk for Xen using libvirt?
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Nov
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answered How to execute same command “X” multiple times with a time delay of some number of seconds?
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Nov
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comment md raid1 ext3 and 4k sectors slow with directory operations
Okay, will check when I get home. I'm using ext3 because I'm still (possibly unjustifiably so) concerned with the reliability of ext4.
Nov
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Nov
20
comment md raid1 ext3 and 4k sectors slow with directory operations
I should also add that the lights on the eSATA drives never turn off, md is keeping them quite busy (though I am running things that are likely producing log files)
Nov
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Jul
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awarded  Yearling
Jun
20
comment Is it possible to view media on the console?
Those packages write to the framebuffer (hence the fb) via a graphics driver, not strictly the Linux text terminal driver - but it is the "graphics console" in one sense (not sure if that counts as tty). Either way, great find :-)