Boy, this would be a great time...
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193 posts • joined 27 Jan 2010
Boy, this would be a great time to own a chip facto - Ah, nevermind.
Probably converted from a piece of eight...
> Assuming you're not being sarcastic
That is a valid assumption, yes (I do work in IT, after all), but in this case my confusion was genuine.
Ok, I read the article, wondered, then I read the wikipedia entry and now I am still wondering:
In plain english please: What is reddit good for?
Looks like the situation is getting out of hand...
> Yes let's just blame Germany for everything
And don´t forget to mention ze war.
> Big Red is, of course, in a unique position because its enormous application portfolio means it
> engages with customers like no other infrastructure or cloud vendor.
Except, of course, that other company. You know, that big, three letter, blue one... The only one they really need to compete against if they finally got off their ar- seats.
> Sure they would need more pilots, but the results would be drastically better.
And they should care about this why?
Drones are cheap, losing one does not produce those nasty black bags and when they hit the wrong tent it is not an issue either. Why bother?
I am with you on this, though I was under the impression there was some kind of gentlemans agreement gizmos need mainframe compatibility in order to be called enterprise and everything else being "just midrange". No matter how quick, smart oder big said midrange thingy is...
Alas, seems like them olden days are gone.
We were, yes. Maybe I should have said "mainfraime connectivity" instead of "FICON".
yes, it is quick, and has many nines but... I was under the impression FICON is neccessary to justify the "enterprise" label.
> IT is thankless, the pay is bad, the stress is intense, the demands to work 24/7 are incessant...
otoh, this is exactly like raising children.
This model is flying since 6 years and since at least two years operational for the French army - they have around a dozen operational, iirc. It was Spains first, though.
No, actually is was only partly filled with wrong. :)
As the plane afterwards was completely fubared the must be some rounding issue...
Of course it is "late and over budget". It is a project, after all. And not only a governmental, multinational, but a military one.
As if there would have been another option.
so if the leakers have multiple sources and multiplex their release from these on a five minute timeslot basis we get a completely new "watermark" worthless to the copyright holders.
Actually, I don´t, as I spent the evening in this cool bar/disco called "Tech Noir" and couldn´t leave all night as there was some kind of mugging or something...
This money did not go somewhere as it never really existed. Hmm, so somehow it went where it came from: nowhere...
> SAP is about to release a version of HANA on IBM Power so P795 with 16TB and above
Do you have a timeframe for this? Or other non-NDAed info? Our basis guys are running around beating that HANA drum all day and I would really prefer not to be responsible for some rackloads of redhat stuff doing the work of my 9117s. But it looks like they will start to make facts rather soon and then I´m in for the pound...
pretty, pretty please?
Yes, but unlike flash, Lego is the best thing in the world.
> "Hamburg's privacy regulator "
> Not Germany's, Hamburg's. A privacy regulator per city! That's more like it!
Hamburg is one of the states which constitute the "Federal Repuplic"
Hamburg and Bremen draw this right from the old Hanse days, Berlin from... uh, somewhere else.
So it is one regulator per state.
iirc they only have consulting function anyway, so...
btw: this results in Hamburg using "HH" as a citycode on the numberplate ("Hansestadt Hamburg") while H went to the much smaller Hanover.
No, it is too far out for a fighter of its size...
wow, I still remember them as two smiling guys behind a desk in the "asian market" hall at CeBit.
Impressive. Very impressive.
Just how great the F-4 and the F-16 really were. I do not expect another design ever to be this good again. F/A 18 might come close.
And why was it impossible to him to keep quiet until Version 2.2.0-rc2 went live?
yeah, but you won´t have to pull in them conslutants if being inaccessible is part of you business model... -> more profit.
around 100k a day for incompetence above and beyond all deemed possible? Sounds like a bargain.
...otoh, thats a mere 40m per year, how about shutting down all customer facing services and use their assets in speculation, paying off the fine from the proceedings?
Quite a few small businesses run "easy" backup solution, doing a full GFS rotation for every server they have.
6 per week, 5 per month and another 13 for the year times three servers and all your tapes are used up. Or rather allocated.
And being able to take something in your hand and say "that´s the filemailserver from the 66th of maycember" gives the poor slob which does "that computer stuff" some confidence.
Yes, that is rather inefficient, but a single drive from an array is more difficult to bring offsite. and its not all eggs in one basket (array) as well.
I can see the point.
"have about 10 default combinations which never ever get changed"
another sad day in the asylum.
Is this the same Oracle like the one trying to slip McAffee with all my java updates?
Is tape as dead as mainframes? :)
They look worse in real. Like an Hippo in a pink tutu.
Granted though, they drive rather well.
Two more downvotes to a legitimate question... yeah, you too.
edit: Thx to Dave for a theory.
"harder than expected"
seen it all... always worse than expected - or even believed to be possible.
These woud be too big for their own good, rebuild time is far too long already.
Austria, Australia, whats the difference? :)
...for the NSA.
most UNIX systems do not support --, but on linux (and most probably, BSD) this should do the trick.
Wouldn´t you need write access to the directory in order to use this exploit?
Ahhahaha... we want information.
Whats the fuss, over here I just have to look around to see several massive, dim objects.
I´d like to know what our society is and why it is threatened by bittorrent. Or tor.
Then again, maybe I´d better don´t want to.
How much of that fine will be awarded to AMD, who were unfairly treated?
A nice little trial, seeking damages of 555 fantastillion monies. That´ll teach em.
"dark matter" - check
"thallium-doped sodium iodide crystal scintillators" - check
"abandoned gold mine" - check
now place everything on a continent known for its cuddly and cute wildlife and...
What could possibly go wrong?
...which itself most probably is more vile than anything to be found in a comets tail...
Five. It is five horsemen (or rather four and one chariot, granted. Still makes five, though.).
I´ll have to check the brickipedia, can´t remember, never was much into them.
I´m busy building spaceships, spaceships, SPACESHIPS!