How did you know that those were the transformations needed to correct
Without understanding what it was trying to say..already?
Communication is the name of the game, and my execrable typing is
sufficient, if not perfect.
Why do you need to lie?
You understood what I was saying despite the imperfections. Its when you
can't understand what someone is saying that the real problems start.
Sometimes spelling and punctuation and grammar are crucial to avoid
"fruit flies like a banana"
Dell R610 1U rack mount server - currently 184W assuming 0.95 PF.
That's nearly idle - VMWare ESXi 4.1, one Windows Server 2008 VM running
But not bad for a 12 core, 96GB RAM server. Be happy to report on its
consumption with 30 VMs on it in about 2 weeks...
tyerrs ..my Bro in law used to ne a freelance IBMer - now just freelance
and making even ore - and his game is re-engineering corporate IT
strategies..'out with 50 boxes running Windows NT, in with a blade
server, RAID disk and VMware, and then they stick the 50 NT installs
back on. Saves a fortune in maintenance, cooling, hardware and power.."
(It might not be NT. whatever corporate windowish crap is current - was
current - 7 years ago).
Look you ignorant fool, some people have more powerful machines than your
overpriced Apple shite, and make full use of all the processor cores (and the
graphics card cores).
Go and read up on the Intel site and see what an i7 processor consumes. Then go
read up on high spec graphics cards with twin PCI Express power connectors.
Not these days. More cycles per watt us the holy grail of processor
Oddly enough I was talking to one of tee designers of the original ARM
"Well we wer Acorn, and we had no money, and we wanted a processor to
make microcomputers. Intel had money. Sun had money. Motorala had money,
and so did MIPS to while we went RISC with as few transistors on the
chip as we could get away with, to keep fab costs down, they put lots on.
So we ended up with a small chip that went bloody fast and was very
cheap. They ended up with bigger chips that went bloody fast and got hot.
Only much later, when people started building battery operated computers
did we realise we had - through sheer poverty - designed the best chip
on the market, in terms of computation power per watt. The rest, is history"
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