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Published: Fri, 24 Mar 2017 10:06:38 -0400

 



Re: single vs. multi core

Tue, 10 Apr 2007 12:31:13 -0400

theserverside.com will always accept dual cores dont about theclientside.com :(



Re: single vs. multi core

Thu, 29 Mar 2007 01:30:13 -0400



Another thing that I haven't noticed anyone mention is that it's extremely rare for any server or desktop machine to be dedicated to a single process. Even if an app doesn't make use of multi-threading, it...



Single level storage

Wed, 28 Mar 2007 03:21:48 -0400

Regarding solid state:

For your notebook, you can now get flash drives up to 64GB, and 128GB by the end of the year. More expensive of course.

For data centers, solid state hard drives have been available for...



Re: 3Ghz vs 2.6GHz

Sat, 24 Mar 2007 05:13:31 -0400

As long as "enterprise" software is concerned, I have yet to see any single user needing the full power of 3GHz and cannot live with 2GHz.


"Nobody will ever need more than 640k RAM!"...



Re: The Multi-Core Dilemma

Wed, 21 Mar 2007 08:24:46 -0400

It was not clear from the posting, but I am the author of this post. Sorry for the confusion....



Re: single vs. multi core

Tue, 20 Mar 2007 10:33:59 -0400

One thing the author doesn't see:

Ghz is not equal performance. There are many other design issues in processor design that are relevant for the "performance" of a processor.


Another thing...



Re: The Multi-Core Dilemma

Tue, 20 Mar 2007 10:26:29 -0400

An enterprise application needs to care much more about being thread-safe than being multi-threaded....



Re: Its I/O Stupid!

Tue, 20 Mar 2007 09:09:03 -0400

Yes, that will come. You won't need to 'boot' your machine anymore; it would be like a VM in VMWare.

-- Andreas
And when your software will bug out and put garbage into this unified memory, you'll just throw away the...



Re: Its I/O Stupid!

Tue, 20 Mar 2007 03:59:32 -0400

Regarding solid state:

For your notebook, you can now get flash drives up to 64GB, and 128GB by the end of the year. More expensive of course.

For data centers, solid state hard drives have been available for...



Re: Its I/O Stupid!

Mon, 19 Mar 2007 16:01:33 -0400

Regarding solid state:

For your notebook, you can now get flash drives up to 64GB, and 128GB by the end of the year. More expensive of course.

For data centers, solid state hard drives have been available for...



Top hardward manufactures are right on the track

Mon, 19 Mar 2007 11:39:25 -0400

I think author has overlook historical development. Top hardware manufactures in Enterprise computing long knew that it is highly inefficient to design systems aiming to run one thread at full throttle. And that is for two reasons. One as extensively...



Re: Its I/O Stupid!

Mon, 19 Mar 2007 10:55:31 -0400

J2EE was explicitly intended (at an architectural level) to simplify the building of business applications for servers with more than one concurrent thread (multi-socket and/or multi-core and/or concurrently-multi-threaded), so your claim has...



Re: single vs. multi core

Mon, 19 Mar 2007 09:27:23 -0400

One thing the author doesn't see:

Ghz is not equal performance. There are many other design issues in processor design that are relevant for the "performance" of a processor.


Another thing that I haven't...



Re: single vs. multi core

Sun, 18 Mar 2007 15:01:19 -0400

One thing the author doesn't see:

Ghz is not equal performance. There are many other design issues in processor design that are relevant for the "performance" of a processor.
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single vs. multi core

Sun, 18 Mar 2007 07:50:54 -0400

One thing the author doesn't see:...