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Re: Using with LDAP

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Subject: Re: Using with LDAP
From: Dan Melomedman <dmelomed@xxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 16 Jul 2001 21:14:21 -0400
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On Mon, Jul 16, 2001 at 05:16:27PM -0700, Gene Shekhtman wrote the following:
> 
> Local "in-process" cache is never useless :)  It's just a different level
> of caching (just like bigger L2 CPU cache doesn't make L1 cache useless).
> 

What I meant is it would be waste of RAM, though I understand there
would be a performance gain.

> > Also, what would be an efficient model for disk I/O helpers?
> 
> The Flash web server used disk I/O helpers for disk-bound workloads
> <http://www.cs.rice.edu/~vivek/flash99/>.  I think the source code is
> available free of charge for non-commerial use.

I remember sending e-mail to Vivek about acquiring the source code,
but never received a reply; I am not interested in selling
any resulting software, but would love to take a look at the source.

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