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Date:      Thu, 30 Jun 2011 18:06:21 +0200
From:      "C. P. Ghost" <>
To:        eculp <>
Cc:        Gary Gatten <>, freebsd-questions <>
Subject:   Re: Opinion on using AMD Phenom II x6 1090t with Gigabyte 890BPA-UD3H and 8GB DDR-3 as a WebServer.
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On Thu, Jun 30, 2011 at 4:53 PM, eculp <> wrote:
> Quoting "C. P. Ghost" <>:
>> On Wed, Jun 29, 2011 at 5:27 PM, Gary Gatten <> wrote=
>>> Of course it depends on your apps, but unless you're doing some HUGE
>>> number of connections, or your apps are .... "not good", this will be M=
>>> than enough RAM and CPU.
>>> (...)
>>> Maybe turn this into a virtual host and make some use of that hardware,
>>> or just be happy using it at 5% capacity.
>> ... or run some instances of Plone on it. Should be enough to keep it
>> busy and out of the idle thread even at moderate traffic. ;-)
> I agree but somehow my extra resources (memory, disk, cpu, etc.) always s=
> to find sponges in a short period of time. =A0This may be the exception.

It's certainly no exception. Programs tend to expand over time,
and when they expand, they tend to use up more time as well.

Since space and time complexity of programs are closely linked
to and bounded by each other, a corollary to Murphy's Law:
  "Any given program will expand to fill all the available memory."
is, of course,
  "Any given program will expand to use up all available CPU cycles."

I'm half-joking though. Anyway, I'm sure you'll put that new machine
to great use!

> thanks
> ed


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