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Forum: Linux Benchmarks 03-17-2020
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Posted By stomp
I got some advices from a person who wrote his...
I got some advices from a person who wrote his thesis on the subject of benchmarking:


benchmark with the applications that are like the later used applications.
test with concurrent...
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Posted By stomp
Ceph Experience
Hi,

I got asked if I can list some additional informations about ceph "in production" at my site.

Well, the small hyperconverged cluster here with ceph is not really in production by the...
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Posted By stomp
@Neo: That are definitely good points. Regarding...
@Neo: That are definitely good points. Regarding performance, I do not need very high performance for my zfs servers, so I have no comparison to other servers using btrfs/ext4.

What's regarding...
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Posted By stomp
Hi, I just checked your script on a linux...
Hi,

I just checked your script on a linux system without any output with a file with 1/3 million words in it (filesize 2700 KB: I used this file: wordlist.xz (http://www.megabert.de/wordlist.xz))....
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Posted By stomp
I'd like to mention --forest option of ps which I...
I'd like to mention --forest option of ps which I use regularly under linux.

It lacks the here mentioned feature to show only the tree concerning a special pid.

ps ax --forest...
2406 ? ...
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 12-18-2019
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Posted By Neo
UNIX.com End of Year (EOY) Report (2019)
Here is a quick EOY report for 2019.

2019 has been a year of "downward trend reversal" for UNIX.com. In fact, if we compare total Google search impressions from the peak days in December 2019...
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Posted By RudiC
man lsb_release might help. E.g. $ lsb_release...
man lsb_release might help. E.g.
$ lsb_release -is
UbuntuA case statement could be used
case $(lsb_release -is) in
red*) # run red hat command
;;
Ubu*) # run ubuntu command...
Forum: Solaris 09-23-2019
7,877
Posted By gull04
Hi, You should be able to create the multi...
Hi,

You should be able to create the multi path devices with;

# stmsboot -D fp -e

Regards

Gull04
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 08-20-2019
9,238
Posted By Scrutinizer
Hi Peasant, Welcome to the mod team! S.
Hi Peasant,

Welcome to the mod team!

S.
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 08-20-2019
9,238
Posted By MadeInGermany
Welcome Peasant! Hope you'll appear in the...
Welcome Peasant!
Hope you'll appear in the forum dashboard soon...?
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 08-19-2019
9,238
Posted By jim mcnamara
Peasant, Congratulations. You have many...
Peasant,

Congratulations. You have many good posts to your credit. We appreciate your help.

Best,

Jim M
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 08-19-2019
9,238
Posted By Don Cragun
Hi peasant, Welcome to the moderating team. ...
Hi peasant,
Welcome to the moderating team.
This is a well-deserved promotion.

Cheers,
Don
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 08-19-2019
9,238
Posted By Neo
The main duties for mods are insuring members is...
The main duties for mods are insuring members is to edit posts to help them comply, which in general means:


Editing posts to add code tags
Editing posts to correct spelling errors.
Editing...
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 08-18-2019
9,238
Posted By hicksd8
Welcome to the mod team Peasant. Thank you...
Welcome to the mod team Peasant.

Thank you for your past contribution to this community and we look forward to your future input.
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 08-18-2019
9,238
Posted By vbe
Welcome Peasant! And well done... :cool:
Welcome Peasant!
And well done... :cool:
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 08-18-2019
9,238
Posted By RavinderSingh13
Thanks a TON Neo for doing this :b: Welcome...
Thanks a TON Neo for doing this :b:

Welcome to MODs group Peasant, you ROCK :b:

Thanks,
R. Singh
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 08-18-2019
9,238
Posted By Neo
Please Welcome Peasant to the Moderation Team
Dear All,

Following our new policy for future forum moderators to have active LinkedIn profiles (and increase mod team diversity), please join me in congratulating our new addition to our mod...
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Posted By MadeInGermany
Right. A trailing / would cause a double-check....
Right. A trailing / would cause a double-check. Is technically okay though.

For Posix-compatibility you should stick to "$(ls -A)" and test it for being null or non-null. Generally better for...
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Posted By bakunin
In principle you can, but sed uses a lot of...
In principle you can, but sed uses a lot of characters with a special meaning to the shell. Therefore, to protect the shell from reading it, sed-commands are usually enclosed in single-quotes:

sed...
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Posted By RudiC
Three comments on Peasant's fine proposal: -...
Three comments on Peasant's fine proposal:
- not all awk versions provide strftime(); gawk may be required.
- calling strftime() without a time stamp will return the system time; insert $1 for the...
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Posted By Don Cragun
Hi Peasant, Here is a slightly modified version...
Hi Peasant,
Here is a slightly modified version of your script that just uses options and variable expansions defined by the POSIX standards. But, of course, it still depends on us knowing the...
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 02-27-2019
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Posted By Corona688
Wow, thank you everyone. Gosh it took a long...
Wow, thank you everyone. Gosh it took a long time to unlock that achievement, but the long grind was worth it. Now I get fire ray!
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Posted By bakunin
Actually you are both somewhat right: the...
Actually you are both somewhat right: the consumer WLAN routers get their IP address via DHCP from the internet service provider. In the DHCP protocol there are so-called "option fields" to transmit...
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Posted By jim mcnamara
Also consider that other folks have encountered...
Also consider that other folks have encountered POSIX and have come up with code like:
Rich’s sh (POSIX shell) tricks (http://www.etalabs.net/sh_tricks.html)

My comments above were focused...
Forum: What is on Your Mind? 01-04-2019
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Posted By bakunin
Hmm, i came to dislike bash and prefer ksh very...
Hmm, i came to dislike bash and prefer ksh very much for the same reasons. Perhaps that is personal taste? Also, my impression is that most users of bash do not prefer it for some technical reasons...
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