What stops us from reducing the TTL of all DNS entries to 1 minute or something less?
If that is done we won't have to wait mych for DNS changes to propagate so what all things force us to not do it.
I have just exported my wallpapers app using eclipse, and it has around 77 SD - HD wallpapers. However, whilst most apps with this many images are around 3.1MB in size, my app is over 10x that size, at 32MB. Is there any way I can go about reducing the size of the images in my app?
Phoronix: Reducing The CPU In Mesa To Improve Performance
Timothy Arceri who previously crowd-funded work to add new GL extensions to Mesa and did so successfully multiple times has now written a new blog post on the topic of reducing the CPU usage in Mesa to potentially improve frame-rates...
While doing research, I found that one method for reducing noise is to connect the load ground directly to the power supply ground. Does this also apply for the positive supply? Also, can the relay coill cause noise in a circuit? If yes, how can I reduce it?
I'm looking for a program or command line tool that ease the process of reducing size of many .jpeg files at once.
I've been doing this with gimp manually by reducing jpeg quality and it's painful for 10 or 15 files to do that
How can using Huge page improves performance,i have read that Huge page improves performance by reducing TLB lookups and reducing size of page table.Can some one tell me how this help in better performance.
is this like if i have an application that use 4 pages of virtual memory (4*4kb=16kb) then will it be like this, that each 4 page is mapped directly to some physical memory location and if we
When I'm doing watch cat /proc/sys/kernel/random/entropy_avail, the amount of entropy steadily decreases, until I get about 150-200. Initially I get over 2000. When I stop reading that value and wait a minute or two, and then read it again, I am at about 2000 again. Why is reading that value reducing the entropy?
Times are getting a little tough over at Samsung. Profit is declining and executives are seeing their pay slashed. The company relies heavily on its mobile division and that is where changes are going to be made. Next year, Samsung confirmed it will be reducing its smartphone lineup by 25% to 35%.