The complete list of Alexa commands

07/27/16 | by strav | Categories: General
 

Enabling CTRL-ALT-DEL in Windows 7 over Synergy

07/27/16 | by strav | Categories: Windows

Link: http://www.robertwrose.com/2012/06/enabling-ctrl-alt-del-in-windows-7-over-synergy.html

  1. Go to the Local Group Policy Editor (Type "gpedit.msc" in the run menu)
  2. Dig down to Computer Configuration -> Administrative Templates -> Windows Components -> Windows Logon Options
  3. Open up the "Disable or enable software Secure Attention Sequence" option
  4. Set it to "Enabled" and then select "Services and Ease of Access applications" below, click OK
 

Faster Samba (SMB / CIFS) Share Performance

07/27/16 | by strav | Categories: *nix

Link: http://www.eggplant.pro/blog/faster-samba-smb-cifs-share-performance/

 

# FORCE THE DISK SYSTEM TO ALLOCATE REAL STORAGE BLOCKS WHEN
# A FILE IS CREATED OR EXTENDED TO BE A GIVEN SIZE.
# THIS IS ONLY A GOOD OPTION FOR FILE SYSTEMS THAT SUPPORT
# UNWRITTEN EXTENTS LIKE XFS, EXT4, BTRFS, OCS2.
# IF YOU USE A FILE SYSTEM THAT DOES NOT SUPPORT UNWRITTEN
# EXTENTS, SET "strict allocate = no".
# NOTE: MAY WASTE DRIVE SPACE EVEN ON SUPPORTED FILE SYSTEMS
# SEE: https://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=798532

strict allocate = Yes

# THIS IS TO COUNTERACT SPACE WASTAGE THAT CAN BE
# CAUSED BY THE PREVIOUS OPTION
# SEE: https://lists.samba.org/archive/samba-technical/2014-July/101304.html

allocation roundup size = 4096

# ALLOW READS OF 65535 BYTES IN ONE PACKET.
# THIS TYPICALLY PROVIDES A MAJOR PERFORMANCE BENEFIT.

read raw = Yes

# SUPPORT RAW WRITE SMBs WHEN TRANSFERRING DATA FROM CLIENTS.

write raw = Yes

# WHEN "strict locking = no", THE SERVER PERFORMS FILE LOCK
# CHECKS ONLY WHEN THE CLIENT EXPLICITLY ASKS FOR THEM.
# WELL-BEHAVED CLIENTS ALWAYS ASK FOR LOCK CHECKS WHEN IT IS
# IMPORTANT, SO IN THE VAST MAJORITY OF CASES,
# "strict locking = auto" OR "strict locking = no" IS ACCEPTABLE.

strict locking = No

# TCP_NODELAY:
# SEND AS MANY PACKETS AS NECESSARY TO KEEP DELAY LOW
# IPTOS_LOWDELAY:
# [Linux IPv4 Tweak] MINIMIZE DELAYS FOR INTERACTIVE TRAFFIC
# SO_RCVBUF:
# ENLARGE SYSTEM SOCKET RECEIVE BUFFER
# SO_SNDBUF:
# ENLARGE SYSTEM SOCKET SEND BUFFER

socket options = TCP_NODELAY IPTOS_LOWDELAY SO_RCVBUF=131072 SO_SNDBUF=131072

# SMBWriteX CALLS GREATER THAN "min receivefile size" WILL BE
# PASSED DIRECTLY TO KERNEL recvfile/splice SYSTEM CALL.
# TO ENABLE POSIX LARGE WRITE SUPPORT (SMB/CIFS WRITES UP TO 16MB),
# THIS OPTION MUST BE NONZERO.
# THIS OPTION WILL HAVE NO EFFECT IF SET ON A SMB SIGNED CONNECTION.
# MAX VALUE = 128k

min receivefile size = 16384

# USE THE MORE EFFICIENT sendfile() SYSTEM CALL FOR EXCLUSIVELY
# OPLOCKED FILES.
# NOTE: ONLY FOR CLIENTS HIGHER THAN WINDOWS 98/Me

use sendfile = Yes

# READ FROM FILE ASYNCHRONOUSLY WHEN SIZE OF REQUEST IS BIGGER
# THAN THIS VALUE.
# NOTE: SAMBA MUST BE BUILT WITH ASYNCHRONOUS I/O SUPPORT

aio read size = 16384

# WRITE TO FILE ASYNCHRONOUSLY WHEN SIZE OF REQUEST IS BIGGER
# THAN THIS VALUE
# NOTE: SAMBA MUST BE BUILT WITH ASYNCHRONOUS I/O SUPPORT

aio write size = 16384

 

 

Clink - Powerful Bash-style command line editing for cmd.exe

07/27/16 | by strav | Categories: Windows

Link: https://mridgers.github.io/clink/

Clink combines the native Windows shell cmd.exe with the powerful command line editing features of the GNU Readline library, which provides rich completion, history, and line-editing capabilities. Readline is best known for its use in the well-known Unix shell Bash, the standard shell for Mac OS X and many Linux distributions.

 

StExBar: The ultimate tool for Windows Explorer

07/27/16 | by strav | Categories: Windows

Link: http://stefanstools.sourceforge.net/StExBar.html

StExBar provides many useful commands for your everyday use of Windows explorer. And you can add as many custom commands on your own as you like.

 

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