At least buggy Python looks pretty while it sets everything on fire.
So I have been testing, again.
My hapless test subject this time is a Dell Box, an R630.
It has a comfortable 384GB of memory, one of two 25 GBit/s ports active, and it comes with two E5-2690v4 CPUs. That gives it 14 cores per die, 28 cores in total, or with hyperthreading, 56 threads.
$ cat /proc/cpuinfo | grep 'model name' | uniq -c 56 model name : Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5-2690 v4 @ 2.60GHz $ ./mprime -v Mersenne Prime Test Program: Linux64,Prime95,v28.10,build 1
O> A machine with 56 SSD in 2U? I am interested.
M> What kind of connection? I2C?
O> What, no Shugart?
Well, challenge accepted. Here is a SSD with a Shugart Floppy interface. The company also offers Flash Tapes.
Short link to NBC Miami:
South Miami Set to Become First City in Florida to Require Solar Panels on New Homes
The new law would require owners of new homes — including single-family homes, townhouses and multi-story residential buildings — to install solar panels. It also applies to owners who expand their homes by 75% or greater.
Once the measure is passed, South Miami would become the fourth U.S. city that requires new homes to be installed with solar panels. San Francisco and two small cities in California have similar renewable energy building laws.
15-17. September, Majorca: The Web Engineering Unconference Europa (previously knows as PHP Unconference Europe).
Organized by the team that brought you the legendary PHP Unconferences in Hamburg and the PHP Unconferences EU on Majorca, a conference based on the principles of learning by teaching and content-selection as you go.
People have been asking (me of all persons) about a Security Audit for Enpass, or crowdfunding one.
That is actually not the problem here. Check out their thread on the support forum.