Where is Captain Obvious when we need him?
21 million webpages
... should be enough for anybody!
Karl Otter and Vallace Berry must be working very hard now!
Hey! First post from the Mars500 Mission!
Roger that. Communication is working f
hey.... where do you want to go today?
At last a usefull comment on
/.! Thanks mate! :)
Well, you'll probably see something along this: PID user
.... CPU% MEM%
xxx user1 ... 100% 0.1
xxx user2 ... 100% 0.1
xxx user4 ... 100% 0.1
about 3000 times...
I was working for a research center for genomes and chromozones, and I created a high performance cluster with 3 high end servers with SGE. Nothing HUGE, but with tweking of those batch files and memory usage, they where getting results from 10% to 600% faster.
Slashdot standards? You must be new here.
Only one place in Gotham City produces these kinds of chips!
eerrr... the secret Jocker lair with an arrow?
theodp writes "Newsweek's Daniel Lyons (that's Fake Steve to you) explains why Steve Ballmer is no Bill Gates, arguing that what most hurt Microsoft was BillG's decision to step down as CEO in January 2000: 'Gates was a software geek. He understood technology. Ballmer is a business guy.' And the problem with putting non-techies in charge of tech companies, concludes Lyons, is that they have blind spots. So while Microsoft's revenues nearly tripled from $23B to $58B on Ballmer's watch, says Lyons, the company became bureaucratic and lumbering, slowing down while the rest of the world — including Google, Apple and Amazon — sped up."
... with a disco ball, fog lights, neon tubes, and
... some drivers...
And I, for one, welcome our new possibly vegetation overlords. There, fixed that for you.
Here is one guy doing it. Pretty impressive... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0s3d1LfjWCI
That's because your Internet got di
Krneki writes "I've been developing monitoring solutions for the last five years. I have used Cacti, Nagios, WhatsUP, PRTG, OpManager, MOM, Perl-scripts solutions, ... Today I have changed employer and I have been asked to develop a new monitoring solution from scratch (5,000 devices). My objective is to deliver a solution that will cover both the network devices, servers and applications. The final product must be very easy to understand as it will be used also by help support to diagnose problems during the night. I need a powerful tool that will cover all I need and yet deliver a nice 2D map of the company IT infrastructure. I like Cacti, but usually I use it only for performance monitoring, since pooling can't be set to 5 or 10 sec interval for huge networks. I'm thinking about Nagios (but the 2D map is hard to understand), or maybe OpManager. What monitoring solution do you use and why?"