The reason why vsftpd is setting the timestamps wrong is might that vsftpd uses GMT by default and not the local timezone on the host. In order to solve this there is just a quick modification in the configuration of vsftpd needed.
Recently i had to grow the capacity of my NAS. The NAS is running Debian and RAID is powered by md. I had attached 3 hard drives to it which were working as RAID5 array. Now i could write about how to grow a RAID, but you will be able to read that on more than enough other websites. I would rather share a benchmark i have created using Bonnie++. Let me show you the effects of changing the amount of hard drive on the read and write performance.
Last week i posted an article about the application Preload and how you can use it to tune the startup of applications impressively. While researching on Preload i found another way for tuning my system even more with a similar technique. Lets talk about Prelink:
This daemon creates statistics of your process and application usage. And that is all that is need for speeding up the start of applications by about 50%.
Preload is one of the applications i usually install right after setting up a new desktop distribution. Die effect on the response time of a system is clearly observable. Everything goes faster an makes much more fun .
Have you ever been wondering if there is a way to join someones shell, terminal, command line (or what ever you would name it) remotely ?
Here is the solution:
Taskwarrior is a command-line todo list manager
I use it at work and at home, but that made some problems to me. It has become very confusing which task belongs to which group of my life.
Do i have to call Mr. Miller for private thing or for business ?
For solving this problem i wrote a tiny bash script and i want to share it with you