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".
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.
I am deploying a new backup drive for my pc. I plan to do image backups, supplanted by incremental backups, unless space gets cramped, then switch to differential. Also on the drive, might be extra copies of folders for a quick copy to the drive or camera card dumps (.nefs) until they get on a DVD.