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  • Kerneltrap: Linux: Data Corruption Bug Fixed (2007-01-01 21:00:00)
    "After several days of effort, Linus Torvalds tracked down and posted a patch for a low level data corruption bug. In a series of emails, Linus thoroughly explained the thought process involved in isolating the exact problem."

  • Mainframe.gr: Another Lost Year for Linux (2007-01-01 17:00:00)
    "Things are better on the server side but I think that if apache wasn't the dominant web server, Linux would be bottoming here too."

  • LinuxPlanet: Virtualization Gets A Grip In 2006 (2007-01-01 13:00:00)
    "When it comes to Linux servers, a few months can make a whole lot of difference. Earlier this year, Red Hat, Novell, and most major Linux vendors were doing their best to fend off Windows Virtualized Server by getting their own virtualization offerings out the door first..."

  • Corneliusroot.blogspot.com: Copying mass amounts of data over a network with bash, rsync, and ssh (2007-01-01 09:00:00)
    "From time to time I need to copy many gigabytes of data from one Linux server to another... Here's how it can be done."

  • developerWorks: Database defense against the dark political arts (2007-01-01 05:00:00)
    "A down system is one of the most stressful events for system administrators. This article shows you how to create a real-time monitor for your database so you can be alerted when problems arise, and also provide valuable information to others about the status of the database servers."

  • Editor's Year-End Note: The Most-Read Stories of 2006 (2007-01-01 00:00:01)
    "Instead of predictions about the year ahead today, I am much better prepared to continue what has become a Linux Today tradition: the publishing of the most-read stories of 2006, with some commentary to put the decisions behind posting these stories in context..."