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Nov
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awarded  Student
Jun
14
revised Is it correct to say that using MySQL running on SSD disk on a server makes it comparable in performance to NoSQL Db?
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Jun
13
asked Is it correct to say that using MySQL running on SSD disk on a server makes it comparable in performance to NoSQL Db?
Feb
8
awarded  Tumbleweed
Feb
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asked How to get rid of osdir.com efreedom.com and markmail.com?
Jan
23
accepted Keyboard shortcut for killing application like google chrome when system hangs for Fedora?
Jan
23
awarded  Editor
Jan
23
revised Keyboard shortcut for killing application like google chrome when system hangs for Fedora?
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Jan
23
asked Keyboard shortcut for killing application like google chrome when system hangs for Fedora?
Jan
20
awarded  Scholar
Jan
20
accepted Fedora 13 becomes unresponsive when too many applications running
Jan
18
comment Fedora 13 becomes unresponsive when too many applications running
Usually Chrome ( because I have sometime lot of windows open) and Eclipse tops the list for memory. CPU usage is usually around 15 to 50%. But this should not matter because even if memory was 100% it should swap to disk. No it has nothing to do with bug in my code.
Jan
18
comment Fedora 13 becomes unresponsive when too many applications running
Can't be overheating problem as the system is well ventilated and its in cold room. I think it could because of some configuration settings that could fix this problem but I dont know how.
Jan
18
comment Fedora 13 becomes unresponsive when too many applications running
I have tested RAM and HDD, they are fine. I even took the system to repair center there is no hardware fault. If RAM was not good, then the system would suddenly crash or reboots itself segfaults etc but there is no such issue. The problem is that after I reboot, and start opening new browser windows or opening other applications over the course of 2 or 3 days, the system start becoming sluggish and unresponsive even though mememory usage is still below 90%. This progressivly becomes worse until the system does not respond to any keyboard key or mouse ( after about 10 days or so).
Jan
17
comment Fedora 13 becomes unresponsive when too many applications running
There is no fault with RAM or HDD. The CPU time changes frequently for running processes. Mostly it is Chrome ( because I usually have many chrome windows open) or Eclipse java process etc.
Jan
17
asked Fedora 13 becomes unresponsive when too many applications running