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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I run a single-user Squid instance on my workstations and disable the Mozilla and Firefox memory caches. That seems to trim their memory growth. Perhaps it will help you.

  • This writing this is interesting. I've yet to feel like I've managed to make my point while doing it. Perhaps my points are so frail as to break down under the scruntiny of explanation. Perhaps I need to learn to be concise rather than try so hard to "prove" my point.

    Novices often suspect Unix priorities don't really do anything - setting an interactive session to the lowest (maximum) priority doesn't actually make it more responsive. While such novices eventually learn why this happens and come to accep