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Cunnilingus and Fellatio, a dying "specicies"?

According to a statistics done by German # only 51% of all German males are into giving oral sex (# for straight and # for gay/bisexual accumulated) while 56% are into receiving (# ) it. While for females it is even a little lesser, 48% are into receiving it while 45% are into giving it. As it seems, also lesbians are counted in here, but are a minor compared to straight females.

The actual graphs and tables can be found here: So far I can tell that there is no "disgusting" or "unhealthy" thing on giving Cunnilingus (in English, licking # ) simply because I have done it a lot on many different women and so far no tongue or throat # has happened to me. :-p And yes, beside that, there is no "fish shop" down there for me. :-)

I like to ask the whole # about this matter. Is that true with you? Disclaimer: Do not come up with some religious-nonsense or other hatred/disapproving/other nonsense here. I'm asking for a Yes or a No and if so, please more details (being passive/active).

LiMux is dead, maybe one time it lives again?

LiMux – Ende eines Vorzeigeprojekts

Wenn #Unkenntnis von Nicht-ITlern zum Ende des Vorzeigeprojektes #LiMux wird, hat der Verstand versagt. Einfach peinlich, was da abgeht ... Und dann sich beschweren, dass Linux eingeschränkt ist?! Hackt es? Ja, die #NSA-Software namens #Skype kann nicht unbeobachtet installiert werden, oh wie schade aber auch ...

Why I don't like WLAN in my LAN network

Did I mention that I don't like #WLAN? Here I have an #IBM #Thinkpad #R51 which has a lot disconnects from WLAN. The #Android of my wife @Rechelle Diana Haeder is working but as you may know, it is not #GNU.

But I prefer GNU software as it is peer-reviewed and back-doors don't have a long lifetime in it. So I can easier trust NICs (cable-bound) than those WLAN stuff (the WLAN network module requires a proprietary binary blob to be loaded).

And WLAN suffers from interference of different types, mostly by neighboring networks. Now I replace it with an "old-fashioned" twisted-ait CAT5e cable ...

Oh, no. #Hannika is here ... :-)
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(that was she)

MySQL killed by OOM

Today the database server behind this and many other services died (or was killed) due to low-memory problems. When I SSH-ed in, it shows me this memory usage:
total used free shared buffers cached
Mem: 7939312 3764024 4175288 0 203592 1434224
-/+ buffers/cache: 2126208 5813104
Swap: 12485748 11742532 743216

Looks like a zombie were around? All other processes are consuming lesser memory. Now I run a swapoff -av && swapon -av to cleanup swap space.
My hoster would install more RAM but only for +10,- EUR per month (!) (not once). I don't accepted that and stated that installing RAM is a one-time job.
I have switched to #Devuan Linux which is a #systemd-free Debian-based OS. And it has #PHP7 ... Cool. :-)

Why is Linux not using more RAM for caching?

I have this on my server:
___________total       used       free     shared    buffers     cached
Mem:       7939312    6490588    1448724          0      66760     192064
-/+ buffers/cache:    6231764    1707548
Swap:     12485748     189256   12296492

So there is a 1 GB RAM (not much, I know) left but #Linux is not using it for caching which would greatly improve performance (it really does). vm.swappiness is 20 here.

Here are all cache settings:
# sysctl -a|grep cache
kernel.sched_domain.cpu0.domain0.cache_nice_tries = 1
kernel.sched_domain.cpu1.domain0.cache_nice_tries = 1
kernel.sched_domain.cpu2.domain0.cache_nice_tries = 1
kernel.sched_domain.cpu3.domain0.cache_nice_tries = 1
vm.drop_caches = 0
vm.vfs_cache_pressure = 100
fs.quota.cache_hits = 0
net.ipv4.rt_cache_rebuild_count = 4
fscache.object_max_active = 4
fscache.operation_max_active = 2

Which do I need to change (except adding more RAM but that costs me monthly more).
I have a Quad-Core server running this instance and some pages more. What would you recommend when it comes to process priorities? More prio on database or on webserver?

Panikmache bei heise.de ? "Lücke" MySQL und Oracle fixt nicht schnell

Ich glaube, der Poster im Forum hat recht: nur Panikmache bei Heise.de. Ich habe mal fix die besagte Dabei geprüft und root besitzt sie:
-rw-r----- 1 root root 4602 Jul 26 00:37 my.cnf

Also alles ruhig bleiben und nur kurz prüfen ...
Allerdings hat die Datei bei mir nur die Rechte, weil ich für "Andere" sie entfernt habe.

How to restore e.g. MP3 files from a FAT32-formatted hard drive with Linux

I'm currently rescuing files from a partly broken hard drive where the very early sectors are unreadable. It is a USB hard-drive ("mobile") from a DJ. So I will find it "easy" to search for #MP3 files (he doesn't use OGG).

First I tried to normally mount it, which fails due to the broken sectors 0-9 (which holds the required data). Also a fsck.vfat didn't work. So I had to install #myresuce and and #magicrescue.

I did it better in screens so I can leave them unattended:
screen -dmS myrescue myrescue /dev/sdb1 sdb1.bin

I had to wait ~ 10 minutes to start the next one:
screen -dmS magicrescue magicrescue -d sdb1/ -r mp3-id3v2 sdb1.bin

/dev/sdb1 is the USB drive and of course I needed to create ~/sdb1/ to have found files being written there.

Now there are a lot MP3 files but all 40 MB large. I will forward them to the DJ so he has to cut them to the right size.

I just thought you might be interested in before going to a "professional" #disk #rescue company.
I think it can be any file system that is not encrypted as they are being read sectory-by-sector and not file-by-file.
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