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  Comment: Re:Linux::Smaps (Score 1) on 2010.03.01 16:12

by ysth on 2010.03.01 16:12 (#71739)
Attached to: Measuring copy-on-write on Linux
But for practical purposes of controlling apache process growth, just counting the private memory is the right thing to do (or counting all the root process's memory + just private from the kids to get a reasonable total.)

I'm curious to know just what you are seeing shared in apache children that isn't copy-on-write memory?

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  Comment: Thanks (Score 1) on 2009.08.12 9:51

Thanks are due to both you and Andreas.
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  Comment: Re:Two things (Score 1) on 2009.08.06 2:15

by ysth on 2009.08.06 2:15 (#69895)
Attached to: Building a "useful Perl 6"
Makes me think "rising star"; not a bad thing at all.
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  Comment: Re:Intersection of PerlMonk and CPAN Credentials (Score 1) on 2009.08.02 14:26

by ysth on 2009.08.02 14:26 (#69843)
Attached to: Some Perlmonks password statistics
"the same or similar" is a hard test. Work is being done to try to identify any reused passwords (not limited to the published ones).
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