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Jun
21
answered Cant access into ubuntu server using putty in virtualbox
Jun
16
comment Is RAID1 or similar needed for btrfs/ZFS to protect against bit rot?
(Answering a question that disappeared: will RAIDZ6 protect against bit-rot) Yes, it does it by design. There is still a risk of corruption due to RAM bit-flip. End-to-end data integrity requires ECC RAM and is recommended at least for production systems. By the way, that's RAIDZ2, not RAIDZ6.
Jun
15
answered Is RAID1 or similar needed for btrfs/ZFS to protect against bit rot?
Jun
10
revised Is there a limit on the number of files in UNIX?
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Jun
1
comment Is it better to check if file exists before deleting it
@barlop sentence rephrased to clarify.
Jun
1
revised Is it better to check if file exists before deleting it
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May
31
answered Is it better to check if file exists before deleting it
May
21
awarded  Good Answer
May
18
revised Why does formatting decrease storage capacity
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May
14
awarded  Enlightened
May
14
comment Why does formatting decrease storage capacity
@Kwaio The Operating System shouldn't be specific, unless there is a recovery hidden partition or similar, it is using part of the formatted capacity just like other files do.
May
14
awarded  Nice Answer
May
14
revised Why does formatting decrease storage capacity
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May
14
answered Why does formatting decrease storage capacity
May
2
awarded  Caucus
Apr
24
revised How do I add text to the beginning of a file in Bash?
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Apr
24
comment Linux Mint 14 window manager is broken
@dotVezz make that an answer.
Apr
23
comment How can I access the contents of a ZFS snapshot without affecting its current data?
Yes, a ZFS snapshot is definitively read-only.
Apr
19
revised The system cannot find the path specified
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Apr
19
revised The system cannot find the path specified
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