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answered Was my MacBook hacked if I have PuTTY host keys in my home directory?
Dec
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revised Making a 'Supercomputer', cheap?
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Dec
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answered Making a 'Supercomputer', cheap?
Dec
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revised Difference between /etc/crontab and “crontab -e”
misleading, yes the cron service runs as root, but the service runs the entries as "someuser" above.
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Nov
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answered Run command at startup as root
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Jun
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comment Identify CIFS / AFP bottleneck on FreeNAS VM setup
Also, I have had an OpenSolaris box running ZFS going on 3+ years now. There's a distro of it by Nexenta that Iy believe has some kind of FreeNAS equiiv. definately worth checking out.
Jun
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comment Identify CIFS / AFP bottleneck on FreeNAS VM setup
Results from IOZone would be most helpful. If ethtool isn't ]installed then install it. Also output from stuff like IOTop. Run bonnie on the USB drive in question. Apologies for being blunt here, but I'm trying to help but you're not giving me answers to any of my questions. If you've just given up and would rather not pursue it further, that's cool with me, just let me know.
Jun
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revised Identify CIFS / AFP bottleneck on FreeNAS VM setup
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revised Identify CIFS / AFP bottleneck on FreeNAS VM setup
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Jun
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comment Identify CIFS / AFP bottleneck on FreeNAS VM setup
Main post updated. Post the speed/Duplex settings and your IOZone results?
Jun
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Jun
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answered AT&T installed 2Wire cable modem/G-class router. Need to link that to my DGN2000 (N-Class) router ASAP
Jun
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answered iptables rules revert on Ubuntu
Jun
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answered Identify CIFS / AFP bottleneck on FreeNAS VM setup
Jun
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revised efi and linux - bootloaders, and any performance advantage?
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May
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comment Linux log files - why did my server go down?
We'll need to see the contents of your /var/log/messages. Also might want to take a look at /var/log/kern.log and /var/log/daemon.log
May
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answered How to find MAC address of a machine in my network