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[opensuse] Re: REDADA 1 vs "VIVE" Backup era REDADA de software vs REDAD

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Subject: [opensuse] Re: REDADA 1 vs "VIVE" Backup era REDADA de software vs REDADA de BIOS
From: Joachim Schrod <jschrod@xxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 14 Sep 2011 20:43:04 +0200
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Felix *Miata escribió:
> 
> Correcto ahora en #mío 2.6.31 sistema *referred a encima, el cual tiene 4*G de RAM y no
> *swap la partición habilitada, con 5 navegadores de web con 100+ *tabs abierto entre
> ellos, y muchos otro *X *apps abrir esparcido entre 6 virtual *desktops,
> y *Apache corriendo en fondo, 51% del RAM es consumido por *cache. Realmente no veo el punto de haber dedicado *swap partición(*s) en
> un típico *desktop o *laptop sistema.

Bien, con varios *VMs corriendo, dos abierto *Eclipses, dos navegadores
de Web, y muchos otras herramientas, mi 8 GB *workspace actualmente ha
justo 1.5-2 GB *cache dejó. *swap Es más a menudo utilizado aquí que imaginé cuándo compré el *desktop. Ya estoy pensando sobre
*upgrading a 16 GB.

*Ah Sí, y naturalmente conseguía REDADA-1, cuando todo nuestro *workstations tiene.
Hace dos días, uno de los discos rompió abajo. (La Lección aprendió: *Nagios'
controllisto_todo no es un *replacement para real *smartd controles y *email
notificaciones por *smartd.) Afortunadamente estoy corriendo con un degradado
(software) REDADA hasta viernes, cuándo tendré tiempo para cerrar e
insertar el disco nuevo. Sin REDADA-1, tendría que *scramble para
conseguir un nuevo *workstation corriendo o el viejo uno reparado en un muy
*inconvient tiempo mientras los clientes esperan para *deliverables. Precios de disco
son demasiado baratos hoy en día a no utilizar REDADA-1, incluso en *workstations, *IMHO.

	*Joachim

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Felix Miata wrote:
> 
> Right now on my 2.6.31 system referred to above, which has 4G of RAM and
> no swap partition enabled, with 5 web browsers with 100+ tabs open among
> them, and several other X apps open scattered among 6 virtual desktops,
> and Apache running in background, 51% of RAM is consumed by cache. I
> really don't see the point of having dedicated swap partition(s) on a
> typical desktop or laptop system.

Well, with several VMs running, two open Eclipses, two Web
browsers, and several other tools, my 8 GB workspace currently has
just 1.5-2 GB cache left. swap is more often used here than I
imagined when I bought the desktop. I'm already thinking about
upgrading to 16 GB.

Ah yes, and of course it got RAID-1, as all our workstations have.
Two days ago, one of the disks broke down. (Lesson learned: Nagios'
smart_check_all is not a replacement for real smartd checks and
email notifications by smartd.) I'm happily running with a degraded
(software) RAID until Friday, when I'll have time to shut down and
insert the new disk. Without RAID-1, I would have to scramble to
get a new workstation running or the old one repaired at a very
inconvient time while clients wait for deliverables. Disk prices
are too cheap nowadays to not use RAID-1, even on workstations, IMHO.

	Joachim

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