I think you'll find that's a beef breed
103 posts • joined 13 May 2010
I think you'll find that's a beef breed
Has the author ever even seen a coaxial cable?
<tab;>, is a bit of a complicated completion command sequence to remember - by the time you'd typed all that you could have written the whole command out instead!
It took three pages to describe hot aisle/cold aisle separation?
they'd have upgraded to a VAX by now...
Another one for your corrections list: Ethernet <> Infiniband 10GBase-CX4 uses the same connector commonly used for Infiniband but they are totally different both electrically and protocol-wise.
You've gone down a couple of ranges there, alas. Unfortunately they're now releasing less-than-tanklike laptops under the ThinkPad brand (such as your Edge). The modern T and W series are still bomber
What a load of guff! No units on the y-axis, arbitrary threshold - FAIL indeed!
...and not a single tear was shed. The slimiest scumbags in the business engaging in the worst of pressure sales tactics. Good riddance!
"Database admins may be relieved to hear that Ubuntu is offering choice here..." all three variants of MySQL. Ah yes, it's so nice to have a choice of three flavours of sh*t!
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Why bother when an N4 is twenty quid cheaper?
That Yate is in South Gloucestershire, not Bristol. Hpmph
Sorry, but that's a flat-out lie that you have to get DCE to use Hyper-V. Enterprise and Standard come with fully-functional Hyper-V (albeit with different number of guest OS licenses included depending on the version).
It looks like that route's been bolted - that's cheating in my book!
People run OLTP workloads on MySQL?! *shudders*
Not so much pay-by-bonk as pay-by-boop
They should've used Intel!
Since when is 1280x1920 a 16:9 ratio? Learn to maths
Those cylinders don't look like they're in test...
You could fit 1PB in a shorty rack, assuming four 4U, 60-bay boxes and 4TB 3.5" drives, plus a switch to last them together. That probably wouldn't fall through most people's floors; but powering and cooling it might be a different matter!
On the GPU/coprocessor boards would probably mess with the front-to-back airflow.
My advice to anyone buying a TV is get one based on the quality of the panel, the "smart" features don't count for sh!t and will never be updated; leave that to a third-party box which you can upgrade more cheaply if needs be and still keep your TV.
My switches, APs, router, modem are all on some fairly meaty UPSen; the laptop has an extended battery pack - still maintaining internets during a powercut is simple!
Deuter GigaOffice? Roomy, comfy (really nice back system) and you can pick it up for about £55
When they pushed out the upgrade it reverted all of my settings to factory! SSID, keys, channel assignment, forwarded ports, all lost. Grrrr..
Seriously, leaving the red dotted spellchecker lines on your presentation/promo materials?
Totally agree, both the IBM-supplied one and the MS one are complete piles of dog shit
"...Lenovo and the rest slap a relatively low-resolution, 15.6in, 1366 x 768 screen on a laptop that is maxed out in every other area"
My maxed-out W520 has a 1920x1080 15.6in screen. Get your facts right.
Not always, I took an Audi R6 to the head at 45ish and lived to tell the tale!
shurely shome mishtake? Where's throughput test 2?
If it's FTTP, then why exactly aren't they offering GigE?
Julian Huppert giving May a grilling. He's one of the (appallingly few) good ones!
yeah, that's about right...
Electrosensitivity loons are one of my favourite types of loon
How about telling us actually how many mAh this can hold?
They've got me out of the sticky stuff before with that cantankerous beast that is Sharepoint!
Since when did Linux not run on PCs? Just a question of drivers, it's a bit crap that Tosh haven't got broader range of OS support at launch, maybe will arrive in time or wait until some clever hackers get their hands on it!
Ah, so you're one of those wankers?
"Lose", you cretinous oaf!
at 1000mm it'll be about as sharp as a cotton wool bud
It's the mastering engineers who compress the living daylights out of everything!
For a lot less than a grand but as said above, they're not NEBS L3 certified. I've had a couple of Dell Poweredge 2950 boxes with their second PSU as hooked up to a big stack of forklift truck batteries in a particularly tricky power outage once (UPS running out, genny not behaving).
Got great service in BS2 on the 50MB plan, consistently fast, no caps, no probs with the superhub (in modem-only mode anyway); but the 1MB upload is a bit pants sometimes if you're really spanking the downstream with lots of torrent peers and your ACKs don't get out fast enough and so your web browsing experience slows to a crawl. Good traffic management at the edge of my own network helps allay this somewhat, but it's still an extraordinarily asymmetric connection when compared to the FTTC offerings.
You'd think with AT&T's heritage and all that...
Surprising that they brought out a new colour print film so recently if they were up sh1t creek, it's pretty nice stuff too - bit more restrained colour than Fuji. Guess I should buy a few bricks of it for the freezer...