OT - A nice and comprehensive article on Memory

people.redhat.com/drepper/cpumemory.pdf

Enjoy!

-pro

Excellent doc, Prokash!

Thanks a lot…

Anton Bassov

You are welcome, Anton,

-pro

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Excellent doc, Prokash!

Thanks a lot…

Anton Bassov


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Prokash,
Thank you so much for sharing such a great article.

Regards
Alex.

On Sat, Oct 25, 2008 at 8:30 AM, Prokash Sinha wrote:

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Having a look at it today. Thanks.

D

“Prokash Sinha” wrote in message news:xxxxx@ntdev…
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Prokash Sinha wrote:

people.redhat.com/drepper/cpumemory.pdf

Excellent! - Thanks for the link!

Hagen,

I also thought it is an excellent article… I was using some memory hacks (
yes, at first it was hack) to satisfy or to bump-up the thresehold of
admissible jobs ( i.e. pstn like calls ), so I bumped into this article to
read more on this area …

Very very well written, and well covered …

-pro

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Indeed very interesting. I am still less than halfway through it as it is
quite a lot to digest. Now I’m getting more informed about the hardware
issues, does anyone know an MS doc that defines Windows’ strategies for
dealing with these and upcoming memory architectures? It seems the OS is the
next part of the jigsaw to understand to be able to optimise systems…

thx M