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|Oct 10, 1:16 pm 2010|
Why renice not work in OpenBSD?
My test OpenBSD: load from livecd bsdanywhere46-amd64 in different consoles: dd if=/dev/wd0c of=/dev/null bs=1m dd if=/dev/wd0c of=/dev/null bs=1m dd if=/dev/wd0c of=/dev/null bs=1m iostat top run: dd if=/dev/urandom of=/dev/null and disk read speed jump from 22Mb/s to 0.9Mb/s! renice 20 for last dd - throughput not change! renice -20 for first three dd - throughput not change! For check renice, run renice -20 for last dd - OpenBSD froze, even mouse. It is not secure. One ...
|Oct 10, 12:17 pm 2010|
|Martin Schröder||Oct 10, 1:19 pm 2010|
Re: Why renice not work in OpenBSD?
On Mon, 11 Oct 2010 11:27:45 +0400 I believe (if it's the right one) that it was meant to make it easier to Even if renice did have that affect you need to be root to drop it to -20 so why shouldn't root be able to use all resources, roots the only user that can fill your disks (at default) completely too. Security, stability and integrity are very different things often working against each other. OpenBSD is definately the most secure by a long way as that is it's primary goal and as it ...
|Oct 10, 3:51 am 2010|
Re: Why renice not work in OpenBSD?
On Mon, 11 Oct 2010 15:34:22 +0400 You need to think hard about your test and it's criteria. Often universities skew results to get funding, but you have no excuse. It may be that the macosx and freebsd kernel gave more of a reason to change this because their kernel is bloated and something hit them in the face. I guess you haven't tried it on a proper install yet, either but it would mean nothing anyway, unless you can crash the system as a normal user. All projects lack quality ...
|Oct 10, 6:44 am 2010|
|Ed Ahlsen-Girard||Oct 10, 12:33 pm 2010|
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|Oct 10, 10:13 am 2010|
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|Oct 10, 3:19 am 2010|
|Stuart Henderson||Oct 10, 1:29 pm 2010|
|Kenneth R Westerback|
Re: C - really weird behavior only at openbsd
getchar() returns 'int' not 'char'. isdigit() and putchar() take atoi() takes a pointer to a string, not a pointer to a single characer. Results will depend on the 'random' stack garbage in the following variables i and j. Or possibly the random stack garbage of any alignment gaps on the stack. 'int i = 0, j;' may make it putchar() can fail, so checking that for EOF is also good, paranoid practice. .... Ken
|Oct 10, 4:07 am 2010|
|patrick keshishian||Oct 9, 6:59 pm 2010|
|Abel Abraham Camaril ...||Oct 10, 9:26 am 2010|
|Eric Furman||Oct 10, 5:29 am 2010|
|Randal L. Schwartz|
Re: FreeBSD isn't Free
>>>>> "Alex" == Alex Libman <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes: Alex> Apache, sendmail, and artsy licenses (i.e. perl) aren't really copyFREE Alex> either (I have a 256 word threshold for legalese). Ahem. Stop with the FUD. Artistic 2.0 was written by lawyers who are every bit as good as the ones at Berkeley or FSF. Perl is about as free as anything gets. -- Randal L. Schwartz - Stonehenge Consulting Services, Inc. - +1 503 777 0095 <email@example.com> ...
|Oct 10, 9:57 am 2010|
Re: Can't boot from 05-Oct-2010 snapshot's install48.iso
On Sat, 9 Oct 2010 22:39:58 +0200 You said you couldn't install and bsd.rd wouldn't boot. I guess bsd.rd should be more likely to boot than bsd but you never know, plus you can write config and new kernels with boot config and not just try different bios options, like disable wifi, usb etc. but I guess being able to remove it has given you all those options anyway. Many well known commercial vendors like hp and dell use crappy bioses they maintain from a twenty year old license with about 5 ...
|Oct 10, 6:06 am 2010|
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