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Mar
30
comment How do I know if my hard drive has enough power?
Anecdote: on a couple of servers I built with a RAID set (using disks of different brand) the Seagate ones would temporarily fail (READ FPDMA QUEUED errors) under heavy disk load. After monitoring the voltages we saw how the 12V would sometimes go as low as 11.5 (which I think is still Ok) when the disks failed. We fixed it just using more powerful PSUs (and not trusting Seagate anymore).
Jul
6
comment How to see if a network share is used?
Does this helps (for the Samba users): superuser.com/questions/271034/list-samba-users
Jul
5
comment Suppress failed login message
You are right, the LogLevel option can do the same thing (in global ssh_config or personal .ssh/config).
Jul
3
comment Looking for Unix tool/script that, given an input path, will compress every batch of uncompressed 100MB text files into a single gzip file
Would a Bash script be good for you? Do the small files need to be stored in a given order?
Jul
2
comment gnu coreutils split verbose flushed?
I think all GNU coreutils use output buffering, so they won't output anything until the buffer is filled or earlier if the output is an interactive terminal.
Jul
2
comment Thunderbird: filters don't match links
Actually it can be done with FiltaQuilla by using the Javascript Search Term, but it is messy and the only way to specify the search terms is by hand with a JS array... and it crashes my TB when testing. I think the only easy way would be to ask the FiltaQuilla author to include a RawBody search option.
Jul
2
comment Thunderbird: filters don't match links
FiltaQuilla will not do what the OP wants because any of the search options works on the header or a text-only representation of the message body, it does not process the raw message. You can search the raw body using the "Javascript Action With Body" but that's a hack like having the horse behind the cart (searching as the filter action).