Wandering Thoughts archives

2012-05-31: What OSes have succeeded or failed here
Thinking about why Solaris has failed here
2012-05-30: What it means for an OS to succeed or fail
2012-05-28: Yes, git add makes a difference (no matter what people think)
How to do a very cautious LVM storage migration
2012-05-27: Complications in spam filter stats in our environment
2012-05-25: How CSLab currently does server side email anti-spam stuff (version 2)
2012-05-24: Today's Mercurial command alias: a short form hg incoming
How we do milter-based spam rejection with Exim
2012-05-23: Some notes on using XFT fonts in TK 8.5
2012-05-22: Our pragmatic experiences with (ZFS) disk errors in our infrastructure
2012-05-21: More on CISC (well, x86) versus RISC
2012-05-20: The XFT font naming issue
2012-05-19: A semi-brief history and overview of X fonts and font rendering technology
2012-05-17: My Firefox memory bloat was mostly from All-in-One Gestures
The Go language's problem on 32-bit machines
2012-05-15: Some stuff on 'time since boot' timestamps
2012-05-14: My Firefox 12 extensions and addons
2012-05-13: My experiment with Firefox Nightly builds: a failure
A basic step in measuring and improving network performance
2012-05-12: The death of paging on the web
2012-05-10: All your servers should have Linux's magic SysRq enabled
2012-05-09: Using rsync to pull a directory tree to client machines
Things I will do differently in the next building power shutdown (part 2)
2012-05-07: Third party Linux kernel modules should build against non-running kernels
2012-05-06: Why I wound up using Django
Counting your syndication feed readers
2012-05-05: Look for your performance analysis tools now
2012-05-04: Explaining a piece of deep weirdness with Python's exec
2012-05-03: Python scopes and the CPython bytecode opcodes that they use
2012-05-01: Into the depths of a Python exec scope-handling bug

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