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  1. Besides i suspect this result are with LLVM 3.5...

    Besides i suspect this result are with LLVM 3.5 not 3.6-svn, 3.6 should help quite a bit the RadeonSI cards in performance, OpenCL and memory allocation optimisations(i think i saw few of those...
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    i don't think a btrfs RAID can handle non btrfs...

    i don't think a btrfs RAID can handle non btrfs metadata(ext4 and familily simply don't have enough metadata to be compatible) and mdadm is not compatible with btrfs raids(or ZFS) as far as i know.
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    most filesystems and RAID setups don't need to...

    most filesystems and RAID setups don't need to carry much metadata(XFS, Ext4, NTFS, etc.), so basically you gain almost linear performance on RAID 1,10,01 etc. but ZFS and BTRFS have to handle data...
  4. well this is very dependant of you hardware...

    well this is very dependant of you hardware configuration, i for once barely have issues with swap but is true with certain chipsets you can get crazy long pauses when moving big data(non-intel...
  5. 1.) well like i said is for specific scenarios, i...

    1.) well like i said is for specific scenarios, i named some but i guess i wasn't specific enough in the first paragraph
    2.) well about syntax is always a personal matter, i kinda like it except...
  6. well, once you get used to it and learn/apply the...

    well, once you get used to it and learn/apply the advanced features you will see sysadmins crying of happiness, just the DDOS protections and the advanced security is enough to drop anything else and...
  7. yeap is true, too light job to even matter to the...

    yeap is true, too light job to even matter to the overall process in either system
  8. well systemd is a community project and many...

    well systemd is a community project and many contributors are non-redhat, so far i think lennart and kay siever work for redhat but not sure how many other contributors are from redhat.

    Greg kh...
  9. non native so my english can be hard to...

    non native so my english can be hard to understand sometimes :cool:
  10. was talking about disk access too, but anyway my...

    was talking about disk access too, but anyway my point was linear requests are not always performed linear and the kernel/hardware hide it because ssd,non-ssd, Raid, etc. hardware has become non...
  11. well to be honest linear and non linear access is...

    well to be honest linear and non linear access is a illusion most of the time because the kernel take the decision to go either way depending the efficiency of the media through the layers and the...
  12. well i would not say incomplete, i would say its...

    well i would not say incomplete, i would say its implied after all is not a 101 guide to socket activation on systemd but more a basic conceptual image of it, anyway

    socket activation works...
  13. i would not worry about other markets because is...

    i would not worry about other markets because is all irracional fear from systemd opposition as the last stand argument when all else fails but the actual fact is Mac OS X will never use systemd and...
  14. this article should clear some doubts about...

    this article should clear some doubts about upstart and cgroups functionality

    http://0pointer.de/blog/projects/systemd.html (the pid1 article is fairly complete)
  15. plymouth works but the problem is the start of X...

    plymouth works but the problem is the start of X and VT fighting each other to death, with Wayland/KMS this won't happen and will behave like Os X or windows(not resolution change flipping mess at...
  16. 1.) yes is true but in text depend how the...

    1.) yes is true but in text depend how the backend fails it can make corrupt the entire file too and in binary depending the backend you can only lose 1 byte or the whole file, so is pretty much to...
  17. well the links provide all the basic...

    well the links provide all the basic infrastructure to make a mental map for the process, i won't waste time giving you a dissertation of why does why it does when somebody just took its time to...
  18. To expand a bit your nice post Basically...

    To expand a bit your nice post

    Basically journald exists for one reason and one reason only, journald have to start logging way before userspace is loaded and to do so you need to be clever and...
  19. next time use english and btw how good is OpenGL...

    next time use english and btw how good is OpenGL 3.3+, OpenCL, Accelerated Video, WebGL and modern games for you, ohh wait you use freeBSD sorry my mistake
  20. about the insult part is not an insult if it...

    about the insult part is not an insult if it true, is not my fault this guys announced publicly they have no idea what they are talking about and are being assholes to the debian guys, they did that...
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