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  • Blog Post: Is solid state up to an ESE challenge?

    ~Eric and I were at Fry's the other day, when we stopped by flash drives ... we were debating how long until we see ESE (well Exchange specifically, though I'm more concered about laptops) on such drives. With the advent of larger and large capacity SSDs, and even commercial level drives like these...
  • Blog Post: I decided to check out the size of Eric's DIT ...

    ... take some time, measuring the exact dimensions of Eric's DIT ... and I must say, I've seen a fair amount of DITs in my time, and I can say with a fair amount of certainty , Eric's DIT is the biggest I've ever seen! I can't believe what a massively huge a DIT Eric has. Note: while this is...
  • Blog Post: Writing a Unicode file via perl ...

    Several months ago someone filed bugs across Windows Vista to make sure all performance monitoring .ini files were Unicode, so the files could be properly localized ("translated") to various languages (so we could have Korean, or Hindi descriptions). A noble goal to be sure. For most people this...
  • Blog Post: thread degraded mode ... the sequel.

    I've run in thread degraded mode for 2 or 3 weeks without a hitch before, this time I wasn't so lucky. After about 6 hours explorer spun up taking 50% CPU (given it's a HT machine, that usually means 1 thread spinning endlessly). Heuve! That just won't do. But we can merely degrade this thread too...
  • Blog Post: Try explorer's thread degraded mode ...

    On any given day that is past say 7 days of uptime, I have 100 - 300 windows open, not kidding, here is a shot of my current task bar ... there shouldn't be anything msft confidential there, at least that you'd actually be able to read more than 4 or 5 letters of ... I know by heart I have 41 rows...
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