I am trying to set a larger buffer size in my NIC card. I am following the instruction provide by Intel , but i think it didn't made any changes. Please see the image:
on 01/03/2013 – Made popular on 01/03/2013
Hi, I'd like to get some feedback here in LAD.
On September 3, 2014 07:44:55 PM Fons Adriaensen wrote:
>> On Wed, Sep 03, 2014 at 11:57:05AM -0700, J. Liles wrote:
> > (when I go from recording to mixing I usually change the JACK buffer
> > size... is NSM supposed to do this for me automatically?
I'm working to decode a video file and then encode to a smaller size/bit rate video file. I have finished the process of decoding and getting the raw video output buffer,but when I queue the raw output buffer to the input buffer of the encoder, it throws an overflow exception.
You need buffer pool a bit (say 10%) larger than your data (total size
of Innodb TableSpaces)
On the other hand I've read elswher that innodb_buffer_pool_size must be up to %80 of the memory. So I'm really confused how should I choose the best size for the pool. My database size is about 6GB and my total memory 64GB.
I have a machine with 2 TB of RAM and I am running a sort command on a file of size 150G where I have specified the buffer-size as 1000G, after doing my bit of reasearch on google, I got this piece of information "the more is the buffer size, the better is the performance".
i have ubuntu 12.04 installed, i just added a bunch of wallpapers that are fine when opened using an image viewer, but in the actual background they exceed the monitor size in the way that potions of the image doesn't show, i have an HP 15 with 12.04 x64 1366x768 16:9 screen intel hd 4000 graphics card
fukawi2 wrote:Now these defects are in 'stable' kernels (Debian, RedHat etc) too but there is a much larger buffer time-wise for them to be discovered and rectified between Linus releasing a given version and that same version being released as a stable Debian/RedHat etc kernel compared to when Arch will release it.That is why I'm thinking of Debian as the (inexpensive) alternative.