I think it's fairly obvious that whatever the current punishment is, is not working. Things need to change and it starts at the top.
Didnt Lawrence Krauss write a book about this? http://www.amazon.com/Universe...
What will it take?!?!?! Solar Freakin Roadways!
When we cant explain or know something, we like to make up unreal theories about what it could be. Part of human nature....
Correct! Look at chacha_private.h
For some reason my mind replaced Geeks with Leaks. It caused me to do a double take!
I call it the "Police Skew". I'll give you a example. Lets say you got into a fight. A person punched you and you punched them back. The officer asks you what happened and you say "He punched me and I defended myself and punched him back". In the police report it ends up like "Suspect admitted to striking the other person." We see this type of thing constantly in the media. Look at recorded interactions with the police and then read the police report. You will see this type of thing all over the place.
I mean sure why not? We are already in the area and love to try and bomb people back to the stone age.....
They keep trying to find ways to get stuff up there but not as much work is being put into how to get all the crap up there back down again....
Is slashdot next?!?!?!
I worked for MySQL in about the 2006 timeframe for about 6 months. Yes most employees telecommuted including me. I found out in those 6 months that telecommuting wasnt for me. I couldnt focus on work very well. It was ok for short time periods like a week. But I would start drifting and my productivity dropped. I'm not against it, it just isnt something I was good at. Most emplyees there didnt have any issue with it.
How much wood could a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood?
Correlation does not imply causation
There have been guns in this country since its founding. These rampages seem to be something that started happening in the last few decades. What is the cause of them? That's the hard question!
If you need a large filesystems then go with XFS. RHEL only supports up to 16TB filesystems with ext4 and up to 100TB with XFS. I'm not sure at this point where the limitation comes from as it is limited even with X86-64.