Some Blog Changes

Blog Changes
Now that I’ve left HP/PolyServe, I’ve gotten a few emails from readers looking for files that I linked to that resided on HP/PolyServe systems. I’ve also gotten quite a few emails about pages found by search engines, but don’t load (Error 404) once you come to my site. As for the latter, there are a good number of posts that I’ve taken offline. Sorry, but that is just how things go. As for the files content, I’ll try to make them available on the OakTable website. The first to get this treatment is the Silly Little Benchmark that I spoke of in some of my NUMA-related posts such as Oracle on Opteron with Linux–The NUMA Angle. Introducing the Silly Little Benchmark.

I’ll be fixing those refrences. In the meaintime, here is a link to the Silly Little Benchmark.

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