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
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.
We have a redhat 6 servers and memory is around 64GB, we are planing to configure kdump and I am confused about disk size I should set. Redhat suggest it would be memory + 2% more. I need your suggestion what would be the best size I should define for kdump
I am using Parcelable classes to pass data between Activities. As the documentation suggests, I keep all transactions relatively small (100kb) because the Binder transaction buffer has 1Mb capacity. The problem is that if I repeat a small transaction many times the buffer reach that size and the os throws android.os.TransactionTooLargeException.
We have recently upgraded a system HDD - it was 160GB, now 2TB. We upgraded as we were running low on space, mainly on /usr, and also on /home.
I prepared the new drive with a Live CD and GParted (and made some partitions larger). Then I cloned /, /usr, and /boot to the new drive using dd. The partition size of /usr on the old drive was 23GB, but I made it ~50GB on the new larger drive.
Is it possible to change the audio buffer size on my Xperia Mini Pro like Poweramp can do in its audio engine tweak?
If it is, how?
I'm experiencing audio skipping while playing music that are on my SD card, not streaming from internet.
However, I don't wanna use Poweramp as my music player.
My device is running the following:
ROM: Real ICS r6
Kernel: Mesa v1.8
Music app: Walkman
I am using the below command to get the output in a file called "Logs.txt"
tail -f filename | egrep -i "cpu | hung " >> Logs.txt
The problem is the Logs.txt file gets updated only after the buffer is 8Kb, but i want to update the file immediately and not wait for the buffer to get 8kb.
Is there a way to decrease the buffer size.