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Mar
7
comment Gnome/Mate programs keep copies of seen pictures - when are those deleted?
Thanks, but that doesn't answer the main question.
Mar
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asked Gnome/Mate programs keep copies of seen pictures - when are those deleted?
Feb
24
revised Have Yum update vmlinuz, initramfs symlinks in /boot automatically (Fedora)
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Feb
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revised How to monitor BTRFS filesystem raid for errors?
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Dec
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revised How to disable the “Get Windows 10” icon shown in the notification area (tray)?
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Nov
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revised Online Drive Replacement: BTRFS with RAID 6
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answered Online Drive Replacement: BTRFS with RAID 6
Nov
21
comment How do I check whether I am using KDE or Gnome?
What if the user is editing his autostart settings, using gnome-session-properties? Or if another user is logged in at the same time, but in a Mate session?
Nov
19
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revised How to monitor BTRFS filesystem raid for errors?
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Nov
18
comment How to monitor BTRFS filesystem raid for errors?
@loan: Again, you are correct. I have added a hypothetical example to show the difference and highlight the importance of scrubbing.
Nov
18
revised How to monitor BTRFS filesystem raid for errors?
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Nov
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comment How to monitor BTRFS filesystem raid for errors?
@loan: You are correct, a scrub can run for many hours, so it obviously puts a lot of stress on the drives. But it's done to detect silent corruption, so you can replace a bad drive before another one goes bad too. Silent corruption doesn't happen during normal fs operations, so you won't be informed automatically.
Nov
14
comment Full BTRFS partition unusable
With BTRFS it's crucial to use a current version, especially for rescue scenarios like this one, so don't use an old boot disk that you've found somewhere. Download a fresh live system like Arch (which is usually pretty up to date). Or Fedora, which comes with a graphical desktop. Or Parted Magic.
Nov
14
revised btrfs does not show drive as missing
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