Very interesting statistics that I’ve noticed since moving the site to a Linode VPS . If you take a look at the graphic below, the spike in the middle will probably stick out quite a bit. Oddly enough, the spike I noticed in CPU percentage used (which is regulated for VPS at Linode) also spiked up disk usage…mainly because I began to swap when cpu/ram use skyrocketed. All of this happened with Ubuntu 10.04 installed. CentOS was the first distro I tried but I quickly switched to Ubuntu when I spotted a really nice how-to in the Linode document library. Oh, and please excuse my horrible gimp skills on the image below…it was a quick and dirty editing of the image: cpu usage After switching to Ubuntu, I began receiving alarms for my account due to the high usage of CPU and disk. I attempted to tweak settings and configuration files for about a week and realized it just wasn’t going to work for me. I switched to Debian Lenny and the move was a positive as is reflected in these pictures. disk usage I was hoping Ubuntu 10.04 would fit for me since it is a long term support (LTS) release.
Die ersten beiden TechTalks in Hamburg und Karlsruhe sind vorbei und es waren bei beiden Veranstaltungen am Ende sehr interessante Gespräche entstanden. Das Ursprüngliche Programm – und ich muss zugeben, dass Hamburg noch etwas holprig war – hatte sich ausschließlich auf WinForms beschränkt