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awarded  Yearling
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awarded  Popular Question
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answered Update current stable Debian Wheezy system to Debian Jessie?
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accepted Can Linux scrub memory?
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awarded  Notable Question
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awarded  Popular Question
Aug
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answered Can I use an entire drive for as a software raid member?
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asked Linux MD software raid stripe cache size
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accepted Escape the death of the OOM killer in Linux
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awarded  Curious
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asked Is GNU Hurd using the same principles as Minix 3 for self healing?
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accepted Linux software RAID robustness for RAID1 vs other RAID levels
Mar
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comment Will Linux select the fastest CPU in a SMP system
I administrate a Lenovo RD220 server at work. I have not seen anything in the documentation requiring a secondary CPU to be of the same clockspeed as the primary. I may be wrong on this tough. Regardless I cant see how this is relevant to the essence of the question.
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asked Will Linux select the fastest CPU in a SMP system
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awarded  Notable Question
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asked Mount by UUID or LABEL
Feb
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comment Can Linux scrub memory?
I think you misunderstand the purpose here. You are of course correct in your description about scrubbing however if you for example run a (non-critical) file server on non-ecc ram and have CPU cycles to spare it sounds like a good idea to sooner or later be able to detect corrupt memory and flag it as bad and know about it than to be unaware of a bad memory chip. Perhaps a better wording would be memory validation / verification. Not technically scrubbing perhaps, but still a viable way of reducing the damage done by potentially bad memory.
Feb
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accepted Documentation for mdadm bad block support
Feb
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revised How to figure out what device (if any) my DVD drive is assigned to in Debian GNU/Linux
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Jan
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comment How to figure out what device (if any) my DVD drive is assigned to in Debian GNU/Linux
I am in fact aware of this. I would not like to 'sacrifice' ncq and the main purpose for me posting this is to learn how to get it running under ahci.