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bio website mafutrct.de/blog
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seen May 15 at 23:19

I'm currently working as C# developer for a small company in Germany. I enjoy programming and highly value improving my skills and my code.

Feel free to visit my blog, where I (besides programming) mainly write about the ancient board game Go.


Nov
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awarded  Popular Question
May
29
comment Is there a way to manually provide virtual memory?
@gparent: No, its an unsupported legacy app (even though it has thousands of users). And honestly, it behaves pretty well considering the hard limit of only 1 GB system RAM.
May
24
comment Is there a way to manually provide virtual memory?
@gparent: It pretty much does precisely that. It just sits there and happily consumes memory :)
May
24
comment Is there a way to manually provide virtual memory?
@Dan: I don't know how it's done technically, but the page file is disabled and it's not possible to turn it on.
May
23
comment Is there a way to manually provide virtual memory?
@Dan: I can log in, I just can reliably run the application. What I'm looking for is something like a reverse RAM disk - but I'm not sure it's technically possible - or a workaround.
May
23
comment Is there a way to manually provide virtual memory?
@DJPon3: I couldn't have put it better myself :)
May
23
comment Is there a way to manually provide virtual memory?
@ChrisS: I wish I could - they already declined my inquiry. Rewriting the program is impossible, too. Only option left would be to pay for more RAM.
May
23
revised Is there a way to manually provide virtual memory?
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May
23
comment Is there a way to manually provide virtual memory?
Because I have no control over the page file, the hoster does.
May
23
asked Is there a way to manually provide virtual memory?
Mar
16
comment Export VisualSVN users
I see, thanks a lot!
Mar
16
awarded  Scholar
Mar
16
accepted Export VisualSVN users
Mar
15
comment Export VisualSVN users
Is the htpasswd/authz format used by all Svn servers, or is it specific to VisualSVN?
Mar
12
asked Export VisualSVN users
Jan
30
comment Any benefit or detriment from removing a pagefile on an 8GB RAM machine?
What PP tried to say: The hibernation process uses a file separate from the swap file, so this is not an issue in this case.
Jan
30
comment Any benefit or detriment from removing a pagefile on an 8GB RAM machine?
The "keep at least a small pagefile" seems a little weird to me since it is not clear how Windows is going to use it. For instance, it might thrash it even more than a bigger pagefile that offers more space - I'm guessing, but as long as there is no reliable source on this I would consider the small pagefile advice possibly harmful and recommend a standard practice instead.
May
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awarded  Commentator
May
3
comment Web hosting 101?
The "I'm not looking for the answers to specific questions but for references" part of the question was apparently not read by 75% of the answerers...
May
3
awarded  Editor