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Hello all. I have an Ubuntu 12.04 LTS VM on my machine through VMWare Player. It seems to be having an issue with the atomic clock + hwclock synchronization.
The laptop that I have the VM running on has no time issues at all. When I boot up my VM it often has the incorrect time.
What I've been doing is a: date +%T -s "currentTime"
and then: hwclock --utc --systohc
It will work usually until I reboot the laptop. Please help, and thanks all!submitted by thicks083
Binary Tides: A jailed shell is a kind of limited shell that provides the user with a very real looking shell but does not allow him to mess with/view/modify any parts of the real file systems.
I am going away for a few weeks and happen to have a spare tower laying around, so i converted it into a Seedbox.
I saw someone make a post like this a few months ago and thought it was a great idea, so i thought id do the same.
So i ask for your assistance:
What distros should i put put on my seedbox while im away? I dont have a limit, parse, id rather put a few on and seed them many times, than put many on and seed each one once.
Thanks for your comments!submitted by Konstantine133
Right now I am using two FreeNAS boxes for my backups but because of the software I am using the performance is atrocious. (9-10MB/s with 8 x 2TB WD RED drives in RAIDZ2) This is due to the nature of my backups. Because of this I would like to instead run Ubuntu on my file servers and create NFS shares for my Veeam backups to be written to.
I would like to setup a RAID 6 array using software RAID. Are there any pitfalls I should be aware of or any advice from the community?submitted by HanSolo71