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Erlang Binary Garbage Collection: A love/hate relationship - BugSense Blog

custom header menu Features Pricing Docs Blog Login Signup menu logo Your browser does not support SVG end custom header Begin Posts Jan 22 .date Erlang Binary Garbage Collection: A love/hate relationship It’s a well known fact that Erlang VM’s generational GC does not do well when trying to garbage collect non-heap binaries. Here at Splunk, while we’ve been building brand new technology (standing on the shoulders of giants , of course) we’ve run into this weakness multiple times. This is a chronicle of our adventure. A little background Erlang binaries of up to a certain size ( 64 bytes to be precise) get stored in each process’s heap space and are garbage collected along with other state variables (tuples, lists etc). Larger ones however get stored in a separate shared memory space (called ProcBin) and a pointer to each one of them is stored in the man...

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Because sqlite is an embeddable isolated database. Each individual actor is comp... | Hacker News

Hacker News new | comments | ask | jobs | submit login biokoda 29 minutes ago | link | parent Because sqlite is an embeddable isolated database. Each individual actor is completely independent. Sqlite naturally fits into this use case. Using postgres or mariadb would be very problematic or even impossible, because they are not designed for this kind of use. ActorDB needs to be able to move actors to new clusters when they are added, while still execute queries on them at the same time. Lists | RSS | Bookmarklet | Guidelines | FAQ | DMCA | News News | Feature Requests | Bugs | Y Combinator | Apply | Library Search: ...

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ActorDB | A distributed SQL database with the scalability of a KV store

<![endif] [if lt IE 9]> <p class="chromeframe">You are using an <strong>outdated</strong> browser. Please <a href="http://browsehappy.com/">upgrade your browser</a> or <a href="http://www.google.com/chromeframe/?redirect=true">activate Google Chrome Frame</a> to improve your experience.</p> <![endif] Home Documentation Source Downloads A distributed SQL database with the scalability of a KV store. Download ActorDB GitHub Get Started Version 0.5 ActorDB is strongly consistent, distributed and horizontally scalable. Unlike traditional monolithic databases, ActorDB is made out of any number of independent and concurrent SQL databases called actors. Scalable ActorDB can run on a single server or hundreds. It can store gigabytes or petabytes. Features Full relational database within an actor. Queries and transactions over multiple a...

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Git tips from the trenches

Ochronus About me RSS Git tips from the trenches Facebook Twitter Google+ February 1, 2014 by Csaba Okrona I've gathered a handful of these with varying complexity hoping that it can give a boost to you. I will not cover git or VCS basics at all, I'm assuming you're already a git-addict. So fire up your favorite text editor and bear with me. After a while if you branch a lot you'll se your git branch -a output is polluted like hell (if you havent't cleaned up). It all the more true if you're in a team. So, from time to time you'll do the Big Spring Cleaning only to find it hard to remember which branch you can delete and which you shouldn't. Well, just check out your mainline branch (usually master) and: $ git checkout master $ git branch --merged to see all the branches that have already been merged to the current branch (master in...

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Download manager - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

CentralNotice Download manager From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation , search This article has multiple issues. Please help improve it or discuss these issues on the talk page . This article possibly contains original research . Please improve it by verifying the claims made and adding inline citations . Statements consisting only of original research may be removed. (September 2007) This article may be too technical for most readers to understand . Please help improve this article to make it understandable to non-experts , without removing the technical details. The talk page may contain suggestions. (January 2011) This article's factual accuracy is disputed . Please help to ensure that disputed statements are reliably sourced . See the relevant discussion on the talk page . (April 2013) "Download accelerat...

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Examining Postgres 9.4 - A first look - Craig Kerstiens

<![endif] Craig Kerstiens RSS Recommendations Top Content Archives Tweet <script type="text/javascript" src="http://www.reddit.com/static/button/button1.js"></script> Examining Postgres 9.4 - A first look Feb 2 nd , 2014 PostgreSQL is currently entering its final commit fest. While its still going, which means there could still be more great features to come, we can start to take a look at what you can expect from it now. This release seems to bring a lot of minor increments versus some bigger highlights of previous ones. At the same time there’s still a lot on the bubble that may or may not make it which could entirely change the shape of this one. For a peek back of some of the past ones: more pg_stat_statements Index only scans JSON Support Range types Huge performance improvements Postgres foreign data wrapper Materialized views Checksums With 9....

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Panopticlick

A research project of the Electronic Frontier Foundation Panopticlick — How Unique, and Trackable, Is Your Browser? Is your browser configuration rare or unique? If so, web sites may be able to track you, even if you limit or disable cookies. Panopticlick tests your browser to see how unique it is based on the information it will share with sites it visits. Click below and you will be given a uniqueness score, letting you see how easily identifiable you might be as you surf the web. Only anonymous data will be collected by this site. Click here to test how trackable your browser is. A paper reporting the statistical results of this experiment is now available: How Unique Is Your Browser? , Proceedings of the Privacy Enhancing Technologies Symposium (PETS 2010), Springer Lecture Notes in Computer Science. Learn about Panopticlick and web tracking. The Panopticlick...

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China's own Ubuntu | Ubuntu

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Big changes to Erlang

Joe Armstrong - Erlang and other stuff Home Archive Resources Installing Links Source 01 Feb 2014 Yesterday release candidate 1 of version R17 of Erlang was released. This was a major event. Version R17 has some changes to Erlang that significantly improve the language. These are the biggest changes since the introduction of higher order functions and list comprehensions. Erlang now has maps and named arguments in funs. We’ve been talking about maps for over twelve years, but now they are here to stay. Why the long wait? - we wanted maps to be a replacement for records and to be as efficient as records, and its not blindingly obvious how to do so. In the remainder of this article I’ll explain some of the new features in Erlang version R17. Records are dead - long live maps ! Maps are associative collections of key-value pairs. In Perl and Ruby they are called...

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absorptions

random hacks & assorted infodumps. by windytan [oona räisänen] home list of posts what? My Nerd Story corrects IE6 width calculation google_ad_section_start(name=default) Feb 1, 2014 Mystery signal from a helicopter Last night, YouTube suggested a video for me. It was a raw clip from a news helicopter filming a police chase in Kansas City, Missouri. I quickly noticed a weird interference in the audio, especially the left channel, and thought it must be caused by the chopper's engine. I turned up the volume and realized it's not interference at all, but a mysterious digital signal! And off we went again. (Here, a HTML5 audio element used to be) The signal sits alone on the left audio channel, so I ca...

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absorptions: Mystery signal from a helicopter

random hacks & assorted infodumps. by windytan [oona räisänen] home list of posts what? My Nerd Story corrects IE6 width calculation google_ad_section_start(name=default) Feb 1, 2014 Last night, YouTube suggested a video for me. It was a raw clip from a news helicopter filming a police chase in Kansas City, Missouri. I quickly noticed a weird interference in the audio, especially the left channel, and thought it must be caused by the chopper's engine. I turned up the volume and realized it's not interference at all, but a mysterious digital signal! And off we went again. (Here, a HTML5 audio element used to be) The signal sits alone on the left audio channel, so I can completely isolate it. Judging from...

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imgur: the simple image sharer

23 sign in Use another account Google Facebook Twitter Yahoo register Loading... browse your computer drag and drop here Ctrl + V paste from your clipboard gallery submit vars add to gallery create album Start Upload Blog Vertical Horizontal Grid (0) By uploading, you agree to our terms of service That file type is not supported! Supported formats: JPEG, GIF, PNG, APNG, TIFF, BMP, PDF, XCF Imgur is home to the web's most popular image content, curated in real time by a dedicated community through commenting, voting and sharing. 20 seconds ago · 0 views · stats Download full resolution · Get embed codes © 2014 Imgur, LLC. store · help · blog new post! · request deletion · terms · ...

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UNIX man pages : dbm (3)

here SunOS/BSD Compatibility Library Functions dbm(3UCB) dbm, dbminit, dbmclose, fetch, store, delete, firstkey, nextkey - data base subroutines /usr/ucb/cc [ flag ... ] file ... -ldbm #include <dbm.h> typedef struct { char *dptr; int dsize; }datum; int dbminit( file ) char * file ; int dbmclose(); datum fetch( key ) datum key ; int store( key , dat ) datum key , dat ; int delete( key ) datum key ; datum firstkey(); datum nextkey( key ) datum key ; The dbm() library has been superseded by ndbm (see ndbm(3C) ). These functions maintain key/content pairs in a data base. The functions will handle very large (a billion blocks) databases and will access a keyed item in one or two file system accesses. key / dat and their cont...

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Hamcha/Project-Oleg · GitHub

Sign up Sign in Explore Features Enterprise Blog This repository This repository /.select-menu-item All repositories /.select-menu-item Star 0 Fork 1 public Hamcha / Project-Oleg forked from infoforcefeed/Project-Oleg /.container /.repohead Code Pull Requests 0 Pulse Graphs Network HTTPS Subversion You can clone with HTTPS , or Subversion . Download ZIP /.repository-sidebar Enough works to use this in production http://olegdb.org 235 commits 7 branches 0 releases 2 contributors Shell 100% Shell branch: master Switch branches/tags /.select-menu-header Branches Tags /.select-menu-tabs /.select-menu-filters feature/aof /.select-menu-item feature/db_dumps /.select-menu-...

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Jim Hightower | Meet Jim

Jim Hightower Home On The Air In Print Meet Jim On The Road Lowdown General Store Chat and Do Contact "The opposite of courage is not cowardice, it's conformity." -- Jim Hightower Sign up for email alerts, from breaking news to weekly commentary: Also sign me up for the monthly Hightower Lowdown announcement Optional Member Code On The Road Davenport, Iowa- Scott County Democratic Party's Red, White, & Blue Banquet -- 2/15/2014 5:30pm - 9:30pm [ More info on this event ] See all upcoming events Check out Hightower's past appearances and talks Find out how you can book Hightower! WHAT POPULISM IS NOT: An empty word for lazy reporters to attach to any angry spasm of popular discontent. (And it's damn sure not Sarah Palin and today's clique of Koch-funded, corporate-hugging, tea party Republicans.) WHAT IT IS: For some 238 years, it has been the chief poli...

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