I'm posting this from the camp site of OHM 2013, and I cannot confirm the results of this study...
Forgetting that I was on Slashdot and not on Google+, I instinctively reached to click the +1 button. You've hit the nail on the head, my friend.
How much is the IBM support contract for this?
I have no mod points, and you're already at +5, but I just wanted to add my +1, Insightful to your comment.
Religion has caused, and is causing, more hate and violence than any political ideology that I can think of in recent times. The tax-free status of religions needs to be revoked immediately.
As a former Christian, I've abandoned the "faith" and I'm currently trying to stop my wife from giving away my hard earned salary to an organisation that cannot prove anything it stands for.
Quote from the linked Mashable article:
with temperatures hitting 107 degrees Fahrenheit in some areas
That's 41C, and not entirely accurate. The island-state of Tasmania, the coldest (on average) place in Australia, reached 41C. Some areas on the mainland have reached 49C, which is 120F. My home in central NSW (six hours west of Sydney) was 40-42C for 4-5 days, with high winds for the last couple. Bushfires were burning several kilometers from my home, with over a hundred firefighters fighting to contain them. Emergency vehicle sirens have been common, and I've received SMS messages from the Rural Fire Service warning about how close the fires are.
Thankfully a cool change appeared yesterday, but there are still many fires burning around the country and temperatures are expected to increase again tomorrow.
As an aside, why won't Slashdot let me post the degree symbol (alt-248)?
bartjan@ix:~$ ping6 slashdot.org
Maybe about time to update this story from 2003??
That is not metric, they are imperial values...
So, you're not only paying for an OS you'll never use, but also for a drive you'll never use?
Teradata and the other big relational db products (vertical, greenplum, etc) are all _analytical_ databases, designed for small amounts of complex queries, where adding new data to the system takes minutes if not hours. They are completely unsuitable for running a live application against.
No idea where you got that particular piece of misinformation.
> they probably just didn't want to bring on the wrath of lawyers for trademark infringement.
FreeBSD jails predate Solaris zones by five years.
I guess you missed the 9000 posts where chromactic replies to any perl6 thread with the logic that "we have monthly builds, therefore perl6 is out and you _can_ program in it."
the mind boggles.
We toyed with using that theme for the next group of servers. Hepatitis would do great for a cluster
No doubt management would veto it...