in the lexer, the integer constants are not totally done
FRIGN: what examns do you have now?
k0ga: numerical mathematics on Wednesday and Complex Analysis on Saturday
FRIGN: mmm gunther
so fu*king hot
Evil_Bob: oh yeah
So remind me why you guys hated TRI?
what is TRI?
poptart: It's overrated
Well yeah, but when we were talking about it a month or so back I thought someone brought up how it was actually doing more damange
samsung 8xx drives eat data when given the TRIM command
i know that
stateless: spotted any cool new changes?
i got a mail from wolfram today
Automatic mail processing with MailReceiverFunction and MailResponseFunction
mathematica now supports email
aaaand its gone
poptart, firmware is buggy
so you are better off without TRIM
leave 5-10% for swap and have a swap trim on boot option
or just 10% unallocated without any trimming
5% will also do it
poptart is talking about my zfs rig where i want to send discard to a zvol
i think he's been drinking
I will try to dig out some logs from dillon from dragonflybsd where he presented some very good arguments against trim
and why hammer will never support it
i have a sparse volume that's cramping my style
on TRIM: http://sprunge.us/gQTO
im actually considering this TRIM op on magnetic storage
well ok on zfs for which TRIM is meaningful
which is on magnetic storage
dsockwell, that doesn't make sense
i'll come back and tell you\ if i wreck my sh*t with TRIM
doas was imported to -current
OpenBSD 5.8-beta (GENERIC.MP) #22: Thu Jul 16 02:17:41 EDT 2015
did i get it?
no go lol
wait though cuz he is working on it
wait to run the update script or reboot?
biniar, doas is barely ready at this point
i mean you can build it
so don't get your hopes up :P
it does seem to work for my use-case though
it is the sudo replacement