optimization

  1. goshanecr

    What is the right approach to build ports with i386 CPU features on a 64bit machine?

    Good day! I have a far placed (in a village), old PC based on a Pentium-III. And I want to generate a simple FreeBSD based system on it. How I do that: 1. On my home PC (Ryzen based), I'm start Virtualbox instance with FreeBSD 12-RELEASE i386. 2. I add CPUTYPE?=pentium3 on /etc/make.conf 3. I...
  2. huckfinn

    bhyve hw.vm.* settings for a dual Xeon L5640

    Hi, I'm running FreeBSD 11.1 on an Fujitsu Siemens RX300 S6, with two Xeon L5640. I've to use for software legacy reaons an Ubuntu 16.04 LTS to develop a large set of PhaseOne IIQ images (SDK is released for Linux 16.04). I use bhyve and it worked very well out of the box . Thank you FreeBSD...
  3. S

    High interrupt rate!

    Hi, We've been using FreeBSD-10 for video streaming website where FreeBSD serves static content (mp4, jpg) over Nginx+php-fpm & performs FFmpeg encoding for users uploaded videos. Server is utilizing 2Gbps realtime port (2 x 1Gbps LACP) and under load we examined bit high percentage of...
  4. Isaac Monteiro

    C/C++ Clang error in optimization

    Hi, I tried to compile this http://lolengine.net/wiki/oss/lolremez with clang, but using any optimization causes the program to behave in a very strange way and gives numerically erroneous results. Compile without optimization produces a very slow binary, so I have to compile using g++48 to...
  5. C

    Starting in Web server hosting and administration

    Hello all, Not entirely sure where to put this thread. I've got a VPS at DigitalOcean with FreeBSD 10.2 on it that I use for my wife's business site and my own personal site. However, someone has asked me to develop a site for them and host it. I used to be a web designer, and I still code...
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