Certainly Mr Barley...
That's well weapon -->
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It basically scans the file system and then creates a whole chain of rm commands. If you try to run it on too many files then it bombs out with an error.
You can ask me how I know this, but now how that many small files were written to the filesystem in the first place...
Won't somebody think of the inodes -->
For instance, MP Stuart McDonald said in parliament last month that in December 2017, people essentially had to have a salary of £55,000 or above to qualify for a certificate.
Which pretty much rules out most science jobs; not to mention other useful people like teachers, junior doctors etc.
Not if "history" is defined as "wars that the Americans think that they won."
Ahhh, don't be ignorant, everyone knows that the Second World War was fought entirely by American actors"
Roland6 wrote "Are the Swiss consuming significantly more digital services than households in the UK on FTTC/FTTP/VM?"
A very good question and I have no idea of the answer. One potential data point is that many ISPs bundle IPTV with their services which must increase bandwidth requirements. For my own usage, upload speed is far more important as I have a photography habit and do a lot of backups to the cloud.
"I suggest at these speeds the only competition is in the marketing claims: our network is faster than the competition..."
I suspect that for many home users this is the case. For someone like a graphic designer or videographer I can see how having cheap and fast Internet is hugely useful.
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