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Debian is one of a handful of Linux distributions with support for setting up LVM, the Linux Logical Volume Manager .
Posted by Steve on Wed 28 Jun 2006 at 21:22 The logical volume manager allows you to create and manage the storage of your servers in a very useful manner; adding, removing, and resizing partitions on demand. Getting started with LVM can be a little confusing to newcomer so this guide intends to show the basics in a simple manner.
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Introduction We are not going to cover everything to do with an install, just the partitioning components.
When I first wrote this post, I recommended the use of cfs.
Sometimes, we have little tips and tricks that make life easier – but don't quite take up a full article.
This is a list of Internet socket port numbers used by protocols of the Transport Layer of the Internet Protocol Suite for the establishment of host-to-host communications. Originally, these port numbers were used by the Network Control Protocol (NCP) and two ports were needed as transmission was done at half duplex.
The following are the most important linux port numbers you should know if you are running a linux vps or dedicated server.
Here is a necessarily cryptic list of the Best Vim Tips.
A lot of folks use Vim, but many exploit only a small percentage of the editor's features. Sure, you might know how to do the basics in Vim, but what about using more advanced features such as folding, split windows, and marks? With a little practice, you can really boost your productivity with Vim.
I have spent a lot of time peering into a Vim window, and correspondingly, a lot of time testing different configurations. These are the best non-standard options I’ve found or stolen from others over the years; listed below in order of descending usefulness — though I think everything in this article is worth skimming — are tips that should have value to anyone, no matter how they like to run Vim. That is, there is minimal editorializing.