[NBLUG/talk] top output help
gandalf at sonic.net
Wed Apr 25 11:18:39 PDT 2007
I'm really not familiar with ether, so I'd think I'd probably be better
off coding it in C (which I haven't written in in years and never on a *ix
machine), but I'd loose the quick modification times that perl gives. I'm
using telnet connections, timing and file writing as well as generating
Any perl/c coders interested in coding 1140 lines of perl into c?
This would be real cute NSFW tagline, but I'm married and would get killed.
> On Tue, Apr 24, 2007 at 11:10:20PM -0700, Walter Hansen wrote:
> > The server runs multiple instances of a perl application that I wrote.
> > did manage to cut it's memory footprint by almost 10% today, but the
> > bosses just added 100 instances. I cranked it up to see what it would
> Can you re-write it in awk (or even better - mawk)? It's a lot smaller
> and more efficient if it can do what you want.
> E Frank Ball frankb at frankb.us
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