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comment Max temperature setting and automatic throttling-down CPU on linux
In fact it's quite reasonable to run the CPU in overdrive at a low duty cycle to get bursty work done faster. Google uses this technique in their data centers.
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comment How does IPv6 source address selection work in Linux?
Isn't this more of a serverfault question?
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comment Can IP v4 and IP v6 share a single physical Ethernet?
No, there is no reason to run only ipv4 or ipv6 on a network card. The network card does not know anything about ipv4 or ipv6; it just speaks Ethernet. The Ethernet packets carry higher level protocols transparent to the card.