Fixed it for you. Seriously though, carry on being a prima donna. It makes finding work that much easier for me.
You know you've done wrong when a degenerate from Gawker shambles out of their circuit party to rationalize it.
davecb writes "Think you've mastered the art of server performance? Think again. Poul-Henning Kamp, in an article at ACM Queue, finds an off-by-ten error in btrees, because they fail to take virtual memory into account. And he solves the problem in the open source 'Varnish' HTTP accelerator, for all of us to see and use."