I have a Machine (Windows or Linux) with 8 cores (with hyper-thread). Multiple users may log-in on the Machine.
My goal is to set some policy that each users can have at least some guaranteed resources (for example 2 cores and 4GB RAM). And, if there are some extra resources, users can share them based on their demand.
In an Android app, I need to select resources from a resources folder other than the currently selected one (the interface language is whatever the system selects, but the user may select a different language for TTS). Due to the way the application is structured, switching resources is not an option; I need both the default and the alternate set at the same time.
I am configuring a vsftpd server and the requirements are:
I need a user resourcesadmin with home directory /var/www/resources with password authentication and FTP with write access (already done)
I need another user resources without home directory (already done)
I need the user resources to have read access to /var/www/resources (tried with user_config_dir and local_root=/var/www/resources wit
I love Ubuntu but i do not like one thing about it, system usage, i think it uses to much system resources, my windows 7 uses less resources then Ubuntu 12.10
so what i want to know if any one knows, does ubuntu with gnome on it takes less resources then ubuntu ??
I apologize about this question, it might sound silly for some users/people but i am new to linux and this question accrues if I ins
So I am just being bored and I have quite a monitors in my house but only one cpu. So I was thinking, is it possible to have several monitors hooked up to the cpu, and have several users running on it at the same time as if it were individual computers? This way, I can share the unused computer resources and save some money instead of buying more systems. Any applications to make it happen?
I've found lots of similar questions, but nothing that's exactly right.
I'm trying to figure out what's making one server run slower than another. I'm hoping for something that would say something like what resources are being used the most (I/O, ram, cpu, chickens) and what processes are using those resources in significant amounts.