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    SubjectRe: Measuring tools - top and interrupts
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    On Fri, 2006-06-23 at 13:14 -0700, Danial Thom wrote:
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    > Thats a pretty crappy controller you have in with
    > that shiny P4...

    Shrug. It's a grocery store desktop box, and I'm quite happy with it,
    but that has roughly zip to do with the price of tea in China.

    > I'm not sure that they want the tools to work.
    > They'll just call you a troll and go on
    > developing unnecessary things like NAPI because
    > they're still using controllers designed by DEC
    > (remember them?) back in the stone ages.
    >
    > Yet I regularly encounter people using cheap NICs
    > with expensive cpus on network-intensive
    > applications. But you'd think one or two people
    > would have a clue.

    As does that.

    -Mike

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