When a Linux server is serving many concurrent requests to read many different files, does it:
Seek to File_1, read the entire file, then seek to File_2, read the entire file, then seek to File_3, etc etc
Seek to File_1, read part of it (up to the readahead value?), then seek to File_2, read part of it, then seek back to File_1 where it has left off, read more of it, then seek to File_3, etc, et
Phonearena published my photo that i took with Galaxy S4 in their "Best smartphone camera photos" poll. I took this pic few months ago and posted it here back then.
It's picture #1 (Butterfly), if you like it please vote for me.
I'm trying to seek to the certain position in video with help of VideoView.seekTo(positionMs) function but result position is uncertain (e.g. I invoked VideoView.seekTo(20000) but real position is 1min instead of 20sec). I know about this answer (Accuracy of MediaPlayer.seekTo(int msecs)) but it is about audio files.
Swell, a smartphone app launching today, is quickly becoming my favorite way to listen to spoken-word content.
There are other apps focusing on that kind of content — for example, when we wrote about Stitcher’s growth last year, we said it was starting to sound like “the Pandora of talk radio.” Stitcher, however, actually follows more of an on-demand model — you choose what you w
I have a list of polls, some with more than one test result. I want to find the latest test result for each poll and then return the result. As we know, Vlookup finds the first. I don't want to have to sort and re-sort the data every time.
So: three key values: col a = dates of tests, col b = poll number, col fa = test result.