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comment Move Java installation to a new volume?
Hi @Braiam, we used Yum
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revised Move Java installation to a new volume?
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asked Move Java installation to a new volume?
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comment How to move /dev/random to another drive on a server
I agree scott. we don't really know what the problem is to ask the question correctly :/ I'll try to get more info and post a new question. thanks for your time
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comment How to move /dev/random to another drive on a server
(btw I could not agree more with the XY Problem :) )
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comment How to move /dev/random to another drive on a server
Thanks @Scott, that all makes sense. I guess we'd like a way to have our server do all read/write related to randomness through our SSD drive to take advantage of the faster processing.
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comment force copy when -i is used in bash alias
good idea @hlovdal.. the alias 'came with the machine' for every server i have. I like the idea of renaming it
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