On 9/19/06, paul at clubi.ie <paul at clubi.ie> wrote:
> It's not good to just willy-nilly advise people to use async to
> 'solve' performance problems, without mentioning the risk.
> Particularly not when it seems his performance problem has /nothing/
> to do with sync!
I didn't want this to start as a troll, but we're slowly getting there.
Agreed that NFS is evil, agreed that async is evil. He's clever enough
to make his own choices. I have to say i missed the part where he said
that all was fine until recently, otherwise i might not have advised
on using async. In fact, i just realised we're using sync at work
whereas at home, I ain't.
Sooo, in short, sorry for the misunderstanding there (and take a chill pill :)
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