Gentoo Archives: gentoo-performance

From: Geisel Sierote <geisel@×××××××.br>
To: gentoo-performance@l.g.o
Subject: Re: [gentoo-performance] xeon server
Date: Fri, 01 Jul 2005 14:08:17
In Reply to: Re: [gentoo-performance] xeon server by "M. Edward (Ed) Borasky"
M. Edward (Ed) Borasky wrote:

>As a side note, I do such things (Linux capacity planning) for a living >and am rather unlikely to deliver major quantities of valuable advice >for free. Perhaps there is someone in the original poster's part of the >world who would, though. > > >
>Anthony Gorecki wrote: > > > >>(apologies if this is delivered twice) >> >>Geisel, >> >>It's unlikely that someone would take the time to analyze your new computer >>system and make blind suggestions. You'd have better luck asking a specific >>question, preferably after doing some research of your own. See >> >> >> >>Secondly, extracting some header information from your message: >> >>X-Filtering-Reason: No text/plain message body was present. >>X-Filtering-Reason: The message contained data that was of an illegal content >>type. >>X-Karma: -2 >> >> >>and after briefly scanning your message (in unrendered markup form), here are >>a few suggestions: >> >>- Send your mail in plain text format. Many of the Gentoo developers and users >>on this mailing list can read HTML text without having it rendered, but >>they're more likely to simply send your message on an instantaneous trip to >>the trash; many mail filters will do this automatically (mine included). >> >>- Don't waste message space by sending virtual business cards (the "illegal >>content type" mentioned in the second filtering header). If you need to >>provide information about yourself, add a web address to your signature; save >>us the trouble of looking at data that's of no interest. If someone wants >>more information, they'll search the web or visit the website that you've >>listed in your signature. >> >>- Be concise. Basic information about the computer is useful. A raw dump of >>data, spanning your entire device subsystem, is not. This is also, from a >>security standpoint, potentially unwise. >> >> >> >>


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