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Tuesday, January 17th, 2012
12:38 pm
vote republican and privatize everything end government finance end fed
Lets Privatize and end most of that government does and et ventures live on thier own power of delivering vlaue people will pay for voluntarily. This will make everyone richer. Mass production of nuclear power and houses of metal or glass are some things that will blossom.
Sunday, September 4th, 2011
5:43 am
I love huge tits!
oh yes I do!!
Tuesday, October 20th, 2009
6:33 pm
Monday, October 19th, 2009
11:01 pm
7:58 pm
7:53 pm
4:36 pm
4:31 pm
3:48 pm
no wonder EMC making money
Please note, that we did not use any Remote Support help, and per EMC technician opinion, we should be reimbursed for all pre-paid time. ($281/hr x 5= $1,405 ).
(15:48:17) he: no wonder EMC making money
3:46 pm
credit cleanup
mclovin$ cat ./loan
2: ah that makes sense
(15:26:57) z2: ok, the first rule of fight club when comes to fixing credit
(15:27:28) z2: DO NOT DO NOT DO NOT pay any of these creditors UNLESS you get written proof they will remove from your credit report a soon as you pay.
(15:27:36) z2: IF you intend to pay them of course
(15:27:53) z2: next, if there are some issues you do not intend on paying and want removed, you will need to seek the pros
(15:28:08) z2: lexingtonlaw.com is the ones i used. super professionals. however, they may take awhile
(15:28:11) z2: mine took about 1 year
(15:28:19) z2: $75 retainer + 30 / month until all resolved
(15:28:28) z2: so figure $75 + 360 = $435
(15:29:34) edy: nice
(15:30:06) edy: what if someone says you owe
(15:30:09) edy: for example
(15:30:12) z2: so for example if you decide that you should just pay the landlord, you can do that. just make sure you get a WRITTEN DOC that states they will remove your credit negatives once they get payment
(15:30:20) edy: ahhh
(15:30:
2:57 pm
real estate market blogs
calculatedriskblog.com
(14:51:28) v housingdoom.com
(14:51:31) v seekingalpha.com
(14:51:37) v doctorhousingbubble.com
2:46 pm
2:05 pm
12:21 pm
DUNGEONLAND [tm]
(12:16:24) the_dread_pirate_krieger: mm, i love brazillian steakhouses
(12:16:36) bootiack: build a ladder to the pirate loft treasure hideout!
(12:16:48) bootiack: or dont
(12:16:53) bootiack: so no one can get there
(12:17:04) bootiack: make hidden door
(12:17:13) the_dread_pirate_krieger: yeah, tha'ts on the list - but first we have to have floors to walk on
(12:19:48) bootiack: think of it as a personal palace or dungeon
(12:20:05) bootiack: i need to get really rich so i can commission my own dungeons
(12:20:17) bootiack: then sell 300$ tickets to it
(12:20:21) bootiack: populate it
(12:20:26) bootiack: forget disneyland
(12:20:29) bootiack: DUNGEONLAND
11:31 am
Sunday, October 18th, 2009
11:39 pm
solaris flash sun ARC
http://www.sun.com/storage/flash/

himself: what does ARC stand for?
(11:10:01 PM) jim: its just not that expensive, is what i'm saying. the base price of the 48 DIMM model is $10k, and the dimms are only about $130ea, so thats +$6240
(11:10:05 PM) sdfg: adaptive replacement cache its a way of getting the most out of caches by not only tracking what is in the cache, but what was dropped from cache that we should of kept
(11:10:13 PM) kibahop [n=pelamm@195.236.127.254] entered the room.
(11:10:56 PM) gavino_himself: is ARC automatic or some kind of solaris app?
(11:11:07 PM) sdfg gavino_himself, its part of ZFS
11:04 pm
opensolaris features wow
(10:40:27 PM) shemale_magic: I quite like the opensol packageer
(10:40:30 PM) lew: oninoshiko: well, good sysadmins have a single package bundle, if they don't netinstall/slipstream
(10:40:38 PM) phimic [n=phimic@skywalker.ruf.uni-freiburg.de] entered the room.
(10:40:43 PM) shemale_magic: slipstream?
(10:40:46 PM) e^ipi: &ys^: there's a bunch of speed changes in the works
(10:40:46 PM) jd: patching takes 6 or more months to plan at large companies that care about there systems/data.
(10:40:51 PM) &ys^: e^ipi: *nods*
(10:40:52 PM) lew: pkgadd -d GVbundle.pkg all
(10:41:04 PM) lew: shemale_magic: that's the windows term for including stuff into the os image
(10:41:47 PM) tem: shemale_magic: alright, time for a nick change already.
(10:42:04 PM) lew: jd: heh. s10u6 is serving well here... u7 wasn't anything we NEEDED to upgrade to, & i was planning on u8, but it sounds a bit buggy for lots of zones :(
(10:42:16 PM) You are now known as devil_himself
(10:42:18 PM) devil_himself: ok
(10:42:36 PM) catrein__ [n=chatzill@117.204.135.245] entered the room.
(10:43:37 PM) jd: lew, new versions? are you insane.. that would take a year... it takes 6 months to plan/test/aprove/implement X_reccomended patch sets...
(10:44:03 PM) devil_himself: is oracle planning on supporting solaris far into the future?
(10:44:15 PM) e^ipi: ask oracle
(10:44:31 PM) devil_himself: I lost larrys number have you got it h&y?
(10:44:33 PM) jd: devil_himself, yes, "oracle says they are going to invest more money into solaris than Sun does"
(10:44:45 PM) devil_himself: awesome
(10:44:57 PM) jd: devil_himself, yes, "oracle says they are going to invest more money into sparc than Sun does"
(10:45:21 PM) devil_himself: I mean to me there is almost parity among linux/freebsd/netbsd/opensolaris
(10:45:25 PM) jd: devil_himself, google oracle live 2009 & watch the keynotes by scott mcnealy
(10:45:27 PM) tem: Pretty clear answers.
(10:45:48 PM) devil_himself: wow i haven't seen scott mcnealy speak in quite some time
(10:46:11 PM) jd: devil_himself, you may even like the intro movie montage(sp?)
(10:46:17 PM) tem: & last I looked, "parity" between say .. NetBSD & OpenSolaris is a bit of a hoot.
(10:46:21 PM) catrein left the room (quit: Connection timed out).
(10:46:29 PM) catrein__ is now known as catrein
(10:47:32 PM) jd: that is such a broad statment.... there are cases where freebsd is far more advanced than opensolaris but the converse is also true.
(10:51:52 PM) devil_himself: I find the benchmarks showing netbsd beating freebsd on mysql transactions interesting, & the netbsd scheduler/SMP is be& new in netbsd5
(10:52:06 PM) niq left the room (quit: Read error: 145 (Connection timed out)).
(10:52:06 PM) devil_himself: amazing to me is that thier goal is 60,000$ for the YEAR
(10:52:16 PM) devil_himself: & they plan to have ZFS soon
(10:52:44 PM) devil_himself: if jus one niversity gave them a bit of grant money they could do quite well
(10:52:49 PM) devil_himself: they need to run a few fundraisers
(10:52:51 PM) Beket left the room (quit: "Leaving").
(10:53:16 PM) devil_himself: can i have some examples of where opensolaris would trounce netbsd? asde from disk performance on zfs
(10:53:22 PM) devil_himself: aside
(10:53:49 PM) devil_himself: I will most likely blog & reasearch any links offered too
(10:53:53 PM) lew: does netbsd have fault management?
(10:54:05 PM) devil_himself: jornalled filesystem..
(10:54:20 PM) lew: what does the filesystem have to do with fault management?
(10:54:23 PM) devil_himself: I am kind of ignorant of fault management
(10:54:33 PM) lew: the filesystem doesn't care that one of your 128 cpus has died
(10:54:58 PM) devil_himself: solaris has something to h&le this?
(10:55:09 PM) lew: yes. read docs.sun.com
(10:55:15 PM) jd: devil_himself, stability, scailibility, smf, fm, rbac, ZFS latest features, have you tested with 64sockets, running 256 threads, with 1TB of ram & 1000 spindles attached & 1.8TB of ssd's for cache? sun has & it works...
(10:56:06 PM) devil_himself: woa
(10:56:13 PM) devil_himself: rbac?
(10:56:17 PM) devil_himself: smf?
(10:56:30 PM) oninoshiko: Role based access controls
(10:56:42 PM) oninoshiko: service management facility
(10:57:21 PM) jd: service management facility ( replaces all those dated rc.d scripts & monitors if they die & restarts if possible & a lot more)
(10:57:27 PM) devil_himself: cache meaning swap or something else?
(10:58:19 PM) devil_himself: 1000 spindles wow, tries to envision that
(10:58:19 PM) oninoshiko: cache is nothing like swap at all
(10:58:40 PM) jd: cache meaning intent logging & read access cache its like l2 cache for your cpu except its for your disk done using ssd, so all your drives seem 100's of times faster despite being slow cheap drives.
(10:58:40 PM) devil_himself: cache as in ram?
(10:58:57 PM) devil_himself: woa
(10:58:59 PM) devil_himself: no shit?
(10:59:05 PM) jd: yes...
(10:59:14 PM) devil_himself: so solaris might be quite featue ahead of netbsd & linux?
(10:59:40 PM) jd: https://slx.sun.com/1179275620
(10:59:41 PM) catrein_ left the room (quit: Connection timed out).
(10:59:42 PM) oninoshiko: cache as in "its faster so we put more frequently accessed stuff there, but it's expensive so we can't just use it"
(10:59:53 PM) &ys^: this is like Stoner's Guide to Solaris
(11:00:20 PM) devil_himself: this is great stuff
(11:00:34 PM) devil_himself: so why not the cache in ram?
(11:00:38 PM) devil_himself: why in ssd?
(11:01:10 PM) oninoshiko: we do cache in ram, but 180G of ram is damn expensive
(11:01:31 PM) oninoshiko: 180G of MLC flash, not so much so
(11:01:47 PM) jd: devil_himself, it does but how much ram can you put in a box... ssd's are 80GB + & cheap compared, & what happens if you loose power... so unstored data is lost thus ssd for in tentlogs
(11:02:06 PM) &ys^: devil_himself: ~500GB of SSD is $1500, whereas you can't even stuff 500GB RAM into a single x86 Server, really :)
(11:02:17 PM) devil_himself: rarely
(11:02:22 PM) &ys^: & if you could, it'd cost many thous&s
(11:02:34 PM) devil_himself: www.prevayler.org has a few hardware vendors who do but yeah its stretching it
(11:02:34 PM) &ys^: Cisco's new Nehalem Xeon box has 48 DIMM slots which is kinda cool
(11:02:46 PM) &ys^: it should run solaris
(11:02:54 PM) devil_himself: im guna blog this
(11:02:57 PM) &ys^: sun should be making a box like that
(11:02:58 PM) devil_himself: I will remove names
(10:59:05 PM) toddd: yes...
(10:59:14 PM) gavino_himself: so solaris might be quite featue ahead of netbsd & linux?
(10:59:40 PM) toddd: https://slx.sun.com/1179275620
(10:59:41 PM) catrein_ left the room (quit: Connection timed out).
(10:59:42 PM) bear: cache as in "its faster so we put more frequently accessed stuff there, but it's expensive so we can't just use it"
(10:59:53 PM) &ys^: this is like Stoner's Guide to Solaris
(11:00:20 PM) gavino_himself: this is great stuff
(11:00:34 PM) gavino_himself: so why not the cache in ram?
(11:00:38 PM) gavino_himself: why in ssd?
(11:01:10 PM) bear: we do cache in ram, but 180G of ram is damn expensive
(11:01:31 PM) bear: 180G of MLC flash, not so much so
(11:01:47 PM) toddd: gavino_himself, it does but how much ram can you put in a box... ssd's are 80GB + & cheap compared, & what happens if you loose power... so unstored data is lost thus ssd for in tentlogs
(11:02:06 PM) &ys^: gavino_himself: ~500GB of SSD is $1500, whereas you can't even stuff 500GB RAM into a single x86 Server, really :)
(11:02:17 PM) gavino_himself: rarely
(11:02:22 PM) &ys^: & if you could, it'd cost many thous&s
(11:02:34 PM) gavino_himself: www.prevayler.org has a few hardware vendors who do but yeah its stretching it
(11:02:34 PM) &ys^: Cisco's new Nehalem Xeon box has 48 DIMM slots which is kinda cool
(11:02:46 PM) &ys^: it should run solaris
(11:02:54 PM) gavino_himself: im guna blog this
(11:02:57 PM) &ys^: sun should be making a box like that
(11:02:58 PM) gavino_himself: I will remove named
(11:03:36 PM) toddd: gavino_himself, if you want a 1 TB of ram in a box goto store.sun.com they have it & they support it & have tested & its not a new flash in the pan company.
(11:03:48 PM) j-work: &ys^: why... nehalem will get u what u want.. next year :)
(11:03:55 PM) &ys^: Cisco is a flash in the pan company? ;)
(11:04:16 PM) &ys^: j-work: in a dual-socket system? i know they're planning to put lots of DIMMs on the 4- & 8-socket systems..
(11:04:18 PM) toddd: &ys^, no... revayler.org is... never heard of tghem
(11:04:48 PM) j-work: mm k not dual socket.. but they are paying a penalty in terms of ram speed
(11:04:52 PM) j-work: & extra latency
(11:05:03 PM) &ys^: its not that bad actually
(11:05:14 PM) &ys^: they managed to keep it running at 800mhz
(11:05:46 PM) &ys^: & it means you can put 192GB in a system using cheap 4GB dimms
(11:05:49 PM) lewellyn: gavino_himself: instead of blogging about things you don't even begin to underst&, why don't you read the fine docs & the sun blogs?
(11:06:14 PM) &ys^: i think it would make a pretty sweet ZFS head
(11:07:25 PM) gavino_himself: lewellyn: Oh I shall
(11:08:19 PM) gavino_himself: http://www.prevayler.org/wiki/Memory%20Technology prevayler.org memory technology page
(11:08:20 PM) toddd: &ys^, but really there is a point in which it becomes pointless.. just use l2arc.. how much can you get out a zfs head... once you get past 500MB/s which about 4 or 8 ssd's acting as l2arc can manage.. what good is all the data if you have no way to get it out.
(11:09:01 PM) &ys^: toddd: well, low latency, high b&width ARC is not a bad thing on a fileserver with 10Gbe ports?
(11:09:19 PM) gavino_himself: what does ARC st& for?
(11:10:01 PM) &ys^: its just not that expensive, is what i'm saying. the base price of the 48 DIMM model is $10k, & the dimms are only about $130ea, so thats +$6240
(11:10:05 PM) toddd: adaptive replacement cache its a way of getting the most out of caches by not only tracking what is in the cache, but what was dropped from cache that we should of kept
(11:10:13 PM) kibahop [n=pelamm@195.236.127.254] entered the room.
(11:10:56 PM) gavino_himself: is ARC automatic or some kind of solaris app?
(11:11:07 PM) toddd: gavino_himself, its part of ZFS
(11:11:09 PM) &ys^: computer RAM is still 10x faster latency than SSD
&rew3 &rnils &ys^
(11:11:30 PM) gavino_himself: &ys^: do you plan to get such a box?
(11:13:07 PM) &ys^: gavino_himself: yeah maybe. i'll have to see what the power consumption is like
10:35 pm
workout
pushups 4 sets
sprints on the beach 10x50-100m
feel awesome
8:17 pm
6:02 pm
Tshirt
"not everybody has to be happy, just me"
:)
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