that's not out yet is it?
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that's not out yet is it?
i wasn't running it on anything critical. i've had a few zfs issues on linux too, i won't lie. no data corruption, but a few annoying things, like pool that took 10 minutes to import etc.
I hate the term, but I really don't think btrfs is "production ready" yet.
I get things like:
[220831.896802] BTRFS info (device md0): csum failed ino 3123368 off 53248 csum 3482155253 expected...
1.16.3 -- i'm using arch linux, so things are pretty recent :)
when is 2d performance being fixed?
r9 290 and radeon 7750 are both amazingly slow for some things, like say dragging the window title in notion from one space to another, or like showing some...
I used to think it was weird that lots of people seemed to not care about mice or mouse pads when they used Linux...
It can make a huge difference to normal desktop use having a high DPI mouse...
i'm having no luck with radeonsi and vdpau for 4k :(
VO: [vdpau] 4096x2304 => 4096x2304 Planar YV12
[vdpau] Error when calling vdp_video_mixer_create: An invalid/unsupported value was supplied. ...
it looked like ssd speed could go up by about 20% using the new form factor. but that may be able to double at a later date and that it'll steal pch lanes. so expansion cards will go from 4x to 2x...
there's this at least:
personally i lost a 3tb seagate disk after 6 months. but i'm still ok using them in raid. i'm using...
if you look at that page 1.4.28 was in 2010.
and lighttpd 1.5.0 was being talked about in 2007.
I've been using lighttpd for years, but it seems Nginx is more popular. And I hear that Lighttpd's development has kind of stagnated, while Nginx has a lot of active development happening.
Considering that Solaris is the "home" OS of Java it's curious that you're so narrow minded.
page loads do seem slightly faster.
i think it's better to use stylish, you can do minor site adjustments to css etc, and it works with multiple sites on firefox and chrome.
i've got a stylish plugin to enable serif font too, which makes it easier to read. it seems ot was using sans-serif before too but was readable.
for me it's the fonts / large bold text. it needs a serif font and to not use bold.
own, or shoot themselves in the foot?
i think it's probably that redhat see no money in desktop, and don't want to deal with supporting lots of desktop users for free.
anyone got it to go with md? it can't find my boot blocks for some reason, but it finds my hard-disks.
err btrfs with lz4 i meant.
i did it with /usr/bin/clang too much was my biggest executable in /usr/bin and clang gave better compression. we don't have any real times, because btrfs isn't in mainline kernel yet and grub...