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comment Merge by date multiple log files that also include un-dated lines (e.g. stack traces)
If only Java didn't take that long to start up, I would immediately switch to writing shell scripts in some decent JVM language!
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comment Is it possible to process millions of datagrams per second with Windows?
@Ramhound In theory, it is probably possible in Windows. But how is it possible in practice? By now I've come across quite a few reports from people achieving these levels in linux on standard hardware, but not a single one getting anywhere close in Windows. And how do you think I could reduce the scope of the question? It's just this: "What are the highest UDP multicast receive rates in Windows?". The bulk of the text in my question is just examples that ought to show it's possible with linux - and that I've done my homework.
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revised NetDMA (and Direct Cache Access?) have been removed from Windows 8 / Server 2012. Why?
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comment NetDMA (and Direct Cache Access?) have been removed from Windows 8 / Server 2012. Why?
Awesome, Greg. I didn't expect this authoritative an answer. And DCA - the copying of the data directly into the cache of a specific core - being impossible without (something like) NetDMA, went away with it.
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comment NetDMA (and Direct Cache Access?) have been removed from Windows 8 / Server 2012. Why?
@Ramhound Nice in theory, as it turns out: The exact reason by the MS person responsible has been found by Greg Bray, giving the only answer. That's what I wanted, albeit, admittedly, more than I expected.