linux disk

I’ve already written about changing the I/O scheduler for hard disk under Linux and avoiding sudden outburst of disk I/O using ionice utility. Google has sponsored Gelato@UNSW to take a close look at the disk schedulers in Linux, particularly when combined with RAID. They have now published their findings.

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This is a user contributed article. MySQL server has no support for preventing disk from getting filled up. You need to depend upon external configurations. Let us see how to use standard Linux disk quota to limit user database size. Suppose you have a user foo on the system as well as on MySQL. Now […]

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