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    it's not so bad

    5% of gross.
    So, 30% for distribution, +5% for licence, then let's say you have low production expenses of 15% of gross revenue, leaving 50%, and maybe pay 20% of that in tax, you now have 40% of...
  2. why not?

    He's supporting a company that supports Linux. They offer good deals and that's of interest to multi-booters, and also to all gamers via wine, as he explained. I like it that there's coverage of a...
  3. Computational Chemistry

    Seconded! Some computational chemistry would be really good.
    Another niche area that would be interesting is revisiting benchmarks under vmware/xen/other hypervisors vs native, especially with the...
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    I thought that dm supports ssd discard (trim) for...

    I thought that dm supports ssd discard (trim) for intel soft raid sets including 0 and 10 whereas md supports raid trim for only jbod or possibly also 1. But maybe this is no longer the case?
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    (f)lame fest

    i often read the comments in the phoronix forum because there are often insightful/useful ones. There are also of course some clueless ones and some silly ones.

    Sometimes only silly ones. Why do...
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    Happy Birthday Michael!

    Hope you've had a great day tinkering with hardware :-)

    ML: call h/w; call s/w; call bench; while bench do beer; ret bench; cake; ret s/w; ret h/w; ret b/day; ret ret ret ret ret :-)
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    apples pears

    That's very unfair! I thought both benchmarks were very interesting. If you can do better, go ahead!
    However, using KVM, even with PCI passthrough, does mean that the comparison isn't...
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    Is that bad?

    I don't see why it should be a bad thing for the commercial development to be at the bleeding edge, while the open source volunteer developers work with solid code. I know it's the opposite to Red...
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    absolutely

    I'd like to know the source of the leak. In the meantime, FOSS developers can't use it, only play with it.
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