Why would you want to add just one drive to a server with 5x 6-drive RAID6 arrays? Just add another 6 drives at a time.
ZFS isn't ideal for growing like that since it doesn't do rebalancing. Your younger raid arrays will always have more data on them.
Also zfs destroy is very expensive.
Because the KDE folks are putting a lot of work into their Wayland backend so they might push for inclusion of it early on as well.
It's contraversial because it has the potential to result in another round of great Linux Desktop instability.
I think giving kids the means to always pleasure themselves at any given time isn't good for their development.
Then you're doing something horribly wrong and causing all sorts of stalls in the pipeline.
Are there any instructions that give direct insight into the state of the pipeline (like rdtsc for cycle count).
How do you distinguish slowness from faulty "branch prediction", pipeline woes or any other reason on any non trivial codebase ?
But yeah I hear you I bought a few albums on bandcamp myself a few weeks ago.
i.e. eventually the entropy for a galaxy will reach a maximum value.
Yes and these esteemed scientists have come to that possible conclusion a long time before you and called it "heat death".
we stick with what we do know and like. It doesn't help that pop music is an even bigger marketing behemoth than before.
And the length of the monthly pop music carrousel keeps shrinking.
Because there's no such thing as an assignment operator in bash. Everything is a string token at first (even numbers aren't number unless you're in arithmetic evaluation context), and then tokens get interpreted in various ways once split by whitespace. x = 3 happens to be three tokens, the first one being the command 'x', the other two being parameters '=' and '3' to command 'x'. x=3 is one token and it doesn't mean assignment unless it's in the command preface where assignments take place.
Actually I also do $(($x+1)) as per example in http://pubs.opengroup.org/onli.... (Arithmetic section)
But I think I will have to revise that behaviour as it could allow circular problems or "arithmetic injection". Thanks for making me aware of this.