Hi Everyone.I was running ubuntu as my data server and decided to move over to CentOS due to alot of issues with ubuntu.Did the switch this weekend, and wihtout many issues,... [by brukutu]
on 09/03/2013 – Made popular on 09/03/2013
Hello, i am very new to Ubuntu. I have a 60Gig SSD running 10.04 and two 2TB HD in a RAID0 array using mdadm. I found a guide to setup the array and its working great.. for a while. Seems like every other day i have to restart my server because the 4TB RAID array will only show 5% of the data that is on the drives. Once i restart, the array shows 100% of the data on the drives.
My old server has been running Ubuntu 8.04 LTS happily for the past 2 1/2 years. I decided to add another hard drive and update the OS at the same time. Ubuntu 10.04 LTS - too many issues. So I d... [by taylorkh]
I have a huge Problem.
I have an Acer Extensa 6___ Laptop, 2GB Ram and 500GB Hdd space and a few years ago Decided to make the move from Windows to Ubuntu 11. Never really had any issues with it which is why I moved to it. Over time My laptop has been through it paces and I have Up graded to 12.04 then to 13.10 and now a few months ago Recently to Ubuntu 14.04.
My desktop PC is running CentOS 6 and my server is running Ubuntu server 12.04. Yes that might be backwards but an issue with video limitations in Ubuntu 12.04 caused the migration to CentOS. That said... the server is used simply as a LARGE (6.5 TB) dumping ground for backup files etc.
I've had many weird possibly related issues with Rhythmbox. I created a bug report for one, but I figure that with so many, I must simply have something wrong on my end.
These problems did not occur in Ubuntu 12.04 (Except for one, and then very rarely). After fresh installing 13.04, all these...
I'm running Ubuntu Linux 12.04 and the current kernel installed is Linux 3.2.0-23-generic on x86_64This is a fresh install of 12.04 as my older server had hardware issues. The problem I see now the generic kernel causes 3x more CPU usage then my old server. I have two other machines running Ubuntu Linux 12.04 but with older kernels Linux 3.0.0-17-server on x86_64.
I am running Ubuntu Server 12.04. I did apt-get upgrade and received a warning from mdadm.
update-initramfs: Generating /boot/initrd.img-3.11.0-24-generic
W: mdadm: the array /dev/md3 with UUID e3d153f0:6edf1702:1f51fb89:78ee93fe
W: mdadm: is currently active, but it is not listed in mdadm.conf.