iTunes, iPod, iPhone, ... Everything with an i is the self-proclaimed way to the future. But technology spreads even further...
As I was cleaning out the spam quarantine box at work, I stumbled upon this promising title:
Is this the result of a merger between Apple and the plastic surgery industry? No, it wasn't, just a promising title but with zero content... ;-)
I said to post some more pictures about our christmas tree, and with presents, so here they are...
A picture of the presents, taken at christmas morning (well, if you can still call 1pm morning).
And of course, after the wonderful meal (I have photos of that as well, but don't want to bore you), the long awaited unwrapping of the presents: happiness all around!
And finally, once again to you all: happy holidays!
Happy new year to you all!!
Christmas in coming up...
Time to set up the tree, and get presents under it...
Here are some pics of this year's tree...
At the moment it's still missing presents.
The pics look a little dark. It's because I took them without flash, which gives it a much better effect, and bring out the little lights a bit more.
Later on, I'll make some more, with flash (and hopefully with some presents under it ;) ).
Ever wondered how much disk i/o is taking place on your linux-based server (or workstation)?
Here are some commands:
The iostat makes a snapshot of each available physical volume, and shows the current reads and writes of the volumes.
dstat -dnyc -f 5
dstat is a more advanced code, and measures both disk i/o as well as network i/o in near realtime.
Got this link from a colleague:
It describes the inner workings of Postfix, the well-known mailserver for Linux.