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Writing an operating system right now.


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awarded  Popular Question
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awarded  Autobiographer
Nov
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accepted httpd-devel for centos 4.6
Nov
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asked httpd-devel for centos 4.6
May
27
comment find Intel Processor Number for my cpu in linux
here is the correct answer to my question: superuser.com/questions/324584/…
May
27
comment find Intel Processor Number for my cpu in linux
nope, dmidecode, lshw or dmesg don't show the model number that is used to market the product. It would be showing in /proc/cpuinfo, but my output doesn't have model number in it
May
27
comment find Intel Processor Number for my cpu in linux
it is not my cpu , because the model number of mine is '6'
May
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asked find Intel Processor Number for my cpu in linux
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awarded  Scholar
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accepted database for storing network traffic
Feb
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comment database for storing network traffic
VoltDB seems to be exactly what I was looking for! Thanks!
Feb
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comment database for storing network traffic
Netflow is pretty much what I am doing myself. Now, any idea what is the database engine for example Netflow collector is using?
Feb
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asked database for storing network traffic
Nov
6
comment find page size and number of pages of a process in linux
btw, man 5 proc don't show the latest changes for 2.6.34
Nov
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comment find page size and number of pages of a process in linux
ok, I got it , its is called MMUPageSize and it appears in /proc/pid/statm
Nov
6
comment find page size and number of pages of a process in linux
@Iain yes, /proc/filesystems says "nodev hugetlbfs"
Nov
5
comment find page size and number of pages of a process in linux
well, 'statm' doesn't provide info per page size. What if my process uses 10 pages of 4K size, 20 pages of 2MB size and 1 page of 1GB size? neither 'status' provides info about the amount of each page size.
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awarded  Student
Nov
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asked find page size and number of pages of a process in linux