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  • Security, Privacy, and Cryptography
    related information Anonymous remailer information Raph Levien s List of reliable anonymous remailers Vincent Gambino s Anonymous remailer index André Bacard s Anonymous Remailer FAQ Organizational security privacy cryptography pages semi alphabetized Center Democracy and Technology s Cryptography Policy Issues Page COAST Computer Operations Audit and Security Technology project at Purdue University COAST Internet Firewalls Resources page crypto com s Encryption Policy Resource Page Cryptography Export Control Archives at Cygnus

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  • Bookmarks: Macintosh
    Apple Computer World Wide Technical Support Home Page Andrew s MacTCP Drive Thru Macintosh PCI Home Page PCI Power Macintosh Software Conflicts Power Macintosh Resource Page Tenon Intersystems Home Page

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  • Bookmarks:Internet
    Bookmarks Internet Heller Information Services Vixie Enterprises Virtual Shareware Library Dan Kegel s ISDN Page comp dcom isdn Frequently Asked Questions FAQ Yahoo ISDN Search Results Bob s CATV CyberLab

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  • Bookmarks: Web-related
    of Web HTML Books Cye s HTML Book List Web News Multiplex Search Tools All in One MetaSearch SavvySearch SearchPlex MetaCrawler Web Index Tools Yahoo TradeWave EInet Galaxy News Searching Tools DejaNews Web News Searching Tools Alta Vista Web Searching Tools Lycos InfoSeek WebCrawler Inktomi OpenText World Wide Web Worm Excite Magellan Find It The Playroom CUI W3 Catalog Tribal Voice Online WWW Documentation HTML Writer s Guild Guides to

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  • Bookmarks: Personal
    Bookmarks Personal Traveller Science Fiction Adventure in the Far Future The Jargon File HTMLized The New Hacker s Dictionary 2nd Ed printed version of the Jargon File

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  • Knightline Fantasy Page
    you ll be able to tell I haven t quite followed it to the letter of the law but I do honestly try Notebook I The Palladium FRPG Mailing List The Palladium Fantasy Role Playing Game list is one way you can swap ideas and read new ideas There s some good things and good people on this list Take a look List Subscription Info and a message from the List Master B Notebook II Campaign notes from my world Erth The Creation of Erth Erth s Timeline The Village of Sou nik This is my first attempt at using my new scanner B Along with a so so map of Sou nik there is a legend indicating what s in the village Notebook III Thoughts from other players Random Height and Weight percentile table Jimmy Pena rand ingress com An alternate theology for the PFRPG Nathan T Trier Creating an Adventure Mark Green Name of the Planet A message from the Palladium list Steven Carter The Palladium world name issue is a rather intresting one This particular message from the list about the subject is one that s well thought out and thought provoking at least I think so Some thoughts on an old Campaign Jen theraven imap2 asu edu Sexual Deviation Orientation Table for your characters cuddihy cshl org A few new skills Palladium FRPG PC development charts Jimmy Pena rand ingress com A PPE conversion chart from Richard for changing magic using OCCs to the PPE system Notebook IV Magic Elemental Earth spells Jim magellan ksu ksu edu Elemental Fire spells Jim magellan ksu ksu edu Random magic weapon property table Jimmy Pena rand ingress com How many spells do you start with Magic Spellbooks and What to do with them Making Magic Music J OHRT The

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  • spells created from ideas in books and other RPG games that seemed missing in the Palladium spell list IMHO All statistics are given for Palladium FRPG rules Notes is a small file containing the list of deities I use in my campaign for reference to the spell list and also contains some short addenda to the spell list Armor is a couple of pages of new armor rules I am

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  • Vinum Logical Volume Manager Performance Measurement
    that it should not such as softupdates and I have not yet had a chance to test vinum under failure mode conditions where at least one disk of a RAID set has failed In cases where I care about reliability and where I want or need to use RAID 5 I ll probably be forced to choose an alternative option that almost certainly will not perform as well The first chart of the second test shows the importance of high spindle speeds in random read environments although it also shows that when you have a lot of simultaneous processes accessing the disk subsystem you can partially compensate for lack of speed for individual disks by simply adding more of the slower disks This chart also clearly shows that you want to have as much RAM cache in your dedicated controller as possible since the SmartRAID IV outperformed the SmartRAID V Moral More spindles are good Moral Fast spindles are better Moral More RAM cache is better The second chart of the second test shows that a higher number of slower spindles can outperform a smaller number of faster spindles especially when you get into large numbers of simultaneous processes since you can have more processes running simultaneously without tripping over the toes of other processes The SmartRAID V just plain sucks without enough RAM cache Moral Fast spindles are good Moral More spindles are better Moral More RAM cache is better It is with the third and fourth charts of the second test that we really start to see the real benefit of having more spindles With enough spindles going vinum just FLIES through these tests Even the SmartRAID V seriously benefits from having more spindles and handily beats the SmartRAID IV in writes even though it is desperately short of cache RAM Moral More spindles are better However this is not the whole story We also need to look at tests that come a little closer to simulating real world data access patterns than rawio which simply runs four separate tests that are each 100 dedicated to either sequential or random I O and reading or writing Real world Application Mail Servers Application Mix In my experience mail servers tend to have a random I O pattern but it tends to be split almost exactly 50 50 reads versus writes a mail message comes in and is written the the users mailbox then the message is read and it almost certainly never gets touched again with the possible exception of being deleted Keep in mind that your absolute number one killer is I O latency especially with regards to synchronous meta data updates If you look at the random read and random write charts in the second test and you visually average those results you ll notice that vinum with the five 7200RPM Quantum Viking II drives is notably faster than vinum with the four 10kRPM IBM 9LZX drives The implication is that having more spindles tends to be

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