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Mar
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answered Running time of locating a file in a directory
Jan
14
answered Find the creator of an idle TCP connection
Nov
13
comment Filenames with illegal characters
Your problem seems to be locale based. The actual origin locale used to write the file may have been something different from what you have set now. Discussed from a programming POV here: codesnipers.com/?q=node/68
Nov
11
comment Where is “unix:abstract=/tmp/dbus-KtyPDgWNin” socket file saved?
If you know the socket (like 42133) try the netstat -a command. Those sockets you are talking about are UNIX domain sockets. netstat will show more information, if the socket is persistent. Unix domain sockets usually have the socket number as part of the name: the uzposs1 process has this domain socket: uzposs1.unixstr10002
Nov
8
comment What could cause out_of_memory & __alloc_pages
what does your syslog have to say?
Nov
8
comment Disable swapping out of readonly pages etc. on linux?
I do this for a living - I find your approach to be kinda unorthodox. If you are (for example) running physics models for your own research -- This approach is cool. If this is some kind of production box, not cool. On production systems you have to find the root cause/process and remediate it, even if it means recoding/refactoring something. I have gone to isolating processes into their own virtual machine to watch them in isolation.
Nov
8
comment Apache cannot write to directory
I don't know but I am guessing that the file context for the directory /www and /var directories does not allow httpd_t. Consider fixing that rather than something else. sestatus -v will show you why ssh does not work: check the /usr/sbin/sshd line. Disabling selinux on an internet facing server is not a great idea anyway.
Nov
8
answered Disable swapping out of readonly pages etc. on linux?
Nov
8
comment Why creating a process is a two-step process (fork-exec)?
Does he mention CLOSE ON EXEC? There are file descriptor attributes that dictate whether or not a file descriptor persists across an exec. So if a descriptor will close you may need to do something with it, like call ioctl(), fcntl() to change attributes.
Nov
7
answered Apache cannot write to directory
Oct
31
comment Monitor disk I/O used by specific command
Dtrace scripts are a possible choice. iosnoop is one for example, that can monitor disk I/O on a per pid basis or per disk basis. Dtrace is available for OSX, some Linux platforms and Solaris.
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Dec
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comment My group (according to /bin/id) has rw access to a Char device but access is denied
Have you tried the newgrp graphics command to change your default group?
Oct
9
comment crontab does not lauch
cron jobs do not normally have a /dev/tty, a controlling terminal. That is the error you are seeing. Chris gave you a link to the answer. +1
Sep
4
answered Reviewing permissions on dir/files recursively by exception
Aug
7
comment SSH private Keys
Are you counting the contents of ./ssh/authorized_keys? Those are public keys.
Jul
25
answered isainfo “-k” vs “-n” option
Jun
20
revised Linux, Unix, Windows… Is access/modify time relative to system time?
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Jun
20
answered Linux, Unix, Windows… Is access/modify time relative to system time?