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2006 Jan 22
2
What are the benefits of RoR?
We''ve all seen the productivity benefits of RoR. It would be worthwhile to figure out where they come from. For me, I''d say the following: 1. The number one benefit isn''t from Rails per se, but from Ruby, or any other dynamic OO language (like Python). They avoid the weaknesses of loosely typed, procedural languages like Perl & PHP, but have the swiftness
2012 Nov 03
3
LMTP benefit vs LDA
Hi to all, my question is what is benefit implementing LMTP service replacing LDA i have dovecot 2.1.8 with vpoipmail+qmail and about 500 users now i'm using LDA and i'm interested on LMTP service. Thanks in advance -- */Davide Marchi /Teorema Ferrara Srl /(Tel: /**/+39 0532 783161)/**/ (Fax: +/**/39 0532 783368/**/)/**//**/
2017 Jul 21
2
[RFC] Add IR level interprocedural outliner for code size.
Hi Evgeny, I know of the current machine outliner in LLVM. If you look in the "More detailed performance data" in the end section it includes performance comparisons to the machine outliner. As for the algorithmic approach they are kind of similar. Machine Outliner: - Builds a suffix tree based on identical equivalence between machine instrs. - Uses target specific cost model for
2009 Nov 30
1
Any benefit with running async_storeconfigs
Hi all, I currently am using puppet with storeconfigs and am quite happy with the results. I also see that there is now the option of having async_storeconfigs. What I''m wondering about is the following: 1. What benefit is there to running async_storeconfigs over storeconfigs? 2. In what scenario''s would async provide a benefit to standard storeconfigs? 3. What are the typical
2013 Oct 30
0
[LLVMdev] [Propose] Add address-taken bit to GlobalVariable for disambiguation purpose
On Oct 29, 2013, at 7:11 PM, Shuxin Yang <shuxin.llvm at gmail.com> wrote: >> Also, as a general note, I don't see why any of this should be LTO-specific. For variables with local (internal) linkage, we can do the analysis on a per-module basis, and I don't understand why we currently don't. >> >> Thanks again, >> Hal >> >> > You can
2017 Jul 20
8
[RFC] Add IR level interprocedural outliner for code size.
I’m River and I’m a compiler engineer at PlayStation. Recently, I’ve been working on an interprocedural outlining (code folding) pass for code size improvement at the IR level. We hit a couple of use cases that the current code size solutions didn’t handle well enough. Outlining is one of the avenues that seemed potentially beneficial. -- Algorithmic Approach -- The general implementation can be
2015 Dec 13
2
CentOS and typical usage
On 12/13/2015 08:39 AM, Timothy Murphy wrote: > Alice Wonder wrote: > >> One of the benefits of systemd is the dependency based parallel startup. >> The same speed can often be achieved with system V init by fine tuning >> when the services start but systemd does that automatically. > > If it's no faster then why is it a benefit? Binary logs with
2011 Nov 15
2
Regular expressions in R
Good afternoon list, I have the following character strings; one with spaces between the maths operators and variable names, and one without said spaces. form<-c('~ Sentence + LEGAL + Intro + Intro / Intro1 + Intro * LEGAL + benefit + benefit / benefit1 + product + action * mean + CTA + help + mean * product')
2015 Oct 01
6
Problem with 90MB Initrd
>>>>>I do not understand.Are we parsing a configuration file and potentially >>starting new TFTP transfers while downloading it? How can we do this on >>a single thread?We cannot stop/resume a TFTP transfer then I cannot >>imagine how to detect an INCLUDE during TFTP transfer N to launch TFTP >>transfer N+1 if TFTP transfer N is not finished yet, all in a
2007 Oct 11
2
Is there real benefits on a SMP machine for Asterisk?
Hi list, I'm now considering to buy a new server for an Asterisk installation, since I've been kindly advised<http://lists.digium.com/pipermail/asterisk-users/2007-October/198146.html>not to use an old server for a mission critical app... Well, playing around in Dell's, HP's and IBM's online stores, I've noticed a lot of Discounts or even
2009 Oct 29
2
Benefits of VMWare 2.0 over 1.x?
I've been running VMWare Server 1.x for some time now, currently on 1.08, and I've been pretty satisfied with it. I was wondering if any of you fellow VMWare users are seeing any significant benefit to moving to the 2.0 release. I'm running CentOS 5.4 with Linux 2.6.18-164.el5 #1 SMP x86_64 on an AMD 7750 64x2 with 4GB of RAM.... Thanks. mhr
2013 Jul 13
1
Would a hardware TRNG benefit VMs?
Hi all, I've been curious about using hardware true random number generators in my VM clusters. This got me wondering about the VM's /dev/random source... If I setup a hardware TRNG on the host, would the VM's also benefit from it? Thanks! -- Digimer Papers and Projects: https://alteeve.ca/w/ What if the cure for cancer is trapped in the mind of a
2016 Mar 22
0
Existing studies on the benefits of pointer analysis
It's something that I am certainly interested in and qualified to do. However, the way I read Daniel's reply in this thread is: "LLVM, in its current form, is unlikely to benefit from a more precise aa". He did mention that cfl-aa is "more understandable and maintainable", and is "fast enough", but nothing is said about the benefits. There was some
2016 Mar 21
3
Existing studies on the benefits of pointer analysis
On 21 March 2016 at 17:17, Daniel Berlin via llvm-dev <llvm-dev at lists.llvm.org> wrote: >>> Has anybody done any study in the past to evaluate what kinds of features >>> in pointer analyses will benefit what kinds of optimization passes? >> >> Yes. >> Chris did many years ago, and i've done one more recently. >> >> Great! Are they
2013 Oct 30
2
[LLVMdev] [Propose] Add address-taken bit to GlobalVariable for disambiguation purpose
>> 2) is just for being pedantic :-) >> >> One might otherwise argue in this snippet, x apparently does not have >> its addr taken, >> however, it's illegal to say that "x" and "*p" don't alias. > Wait, really? I thought that "volatile static int x" just meant that the value of x was volatile; not that 'x' might
2016 Jul 29
0
[RFC] One or many git repositories?
On 29 Jul 2016, at 05:11, Mehdi Amini via llvm-dev <llvm-dev at lists.llvm.org> wrote: > > What I meant by “different problem" is that “downstream users” for instance don’t need to commit, that makes their problem/workflow quite different from an upstream developer (for instance it is fairly easy to maintain a read-only view of the existing individual git repo currently on
2010 May 22
1
Oplocks - when do they help
Hi, I googled around and the general wisdom seems to be that oplocks provide a performance gain if files are accessed by a single client at a time (that is, if the oplock does not break). What I can't figure out is what test can show this performance gain. I mean, theoretically, document-editing applications (Word,excel) save and load whole files and hence do not benefit from oplocks.
2010 Jan 13
3
Major benefits when upgrade from Asterisk 1.4 to Asterisk 1.6?
Dear All I have Asterisk 1.4 installed on my Debian server . I am considering upgrading my Asterisk to the latest version (1.6) . Can you please let me know what are the major benefits when upgrading from Asterisk 1.4 to Asterisk 1.6 ? Thank you -------------- next part -------------- An HTML attachment was scrubbed... URL:
2016 Dec 07
2
[Qemu-devel] [PATCH kernel v5 0/5] Extend virtio-balloon for fast (de)inflating & fast live migration
We're talking about a bunch of different stuff which is all being conflated. There are 3 issues here that I can see. I'll attempt to summarize what I think is going on: 1. Current patches do a hypercall for each order in the allocator. This is inefficient, but independent from the underlying data structure in the ABI, unless bitmaps are in play, which they aren't. 2. Should we
2016 Dec 07
2
[Qemu-devel] [PATCH kernel v5 0/5] Extend virtio-balloon for fast (de)inflating & fast live migration
We're talking about a bunch of different stuff which is all being conflated. There are 3 issues here that I can see. I'll attempt to summarize what I think is going on: 1. Current patches do a hypercall for each order in the allocator. This is inefficient, but independent from the underlying data structure in the ABI, unless bitmaps are in play, which they aren't. 2. Should we