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Multiple Firefox.exe processes showing in my task manager - Am I infected? What do I do?
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This could indicate that your Firefox is using a new "multiprocess" feature.

e10s

One of the headline changes in Firefox 48+ is e10s, which separates the browser interface process from the page content process. The performance impact of this can vary a lot between systems: many users find it faster, some find it slower, for many it's neutral. There probably is somewhat more memory use than when everything runs in a single firefox.exe process.

Are you using e10s?

You can check whether you have this feature turned on as follows. Either:

"3-bar" menu button > "?" button > Troubleshooting Information
(menu bar) Help > Troubleshooting Information
type or paste about:support in the address bar and press Enter

In the first table on the page, check the row for "Multiprocess Windows" and see whether the number on the left side of the fraction is greater than zero. If so, you are using e10s.

If you are using e10s:

If you think Firefox is not performing well or is using an unreasonable amount of resources now, you could evaluate whether e10s is causing this problem by turning it off as follows:

(1) In a new tab, type or paste about:config in the address bar and press Enter/Return. Click the button promising to be careful.

(2) In the search box above the list, type or paste autos and pause while the list is filtered

(3) Double-click the browser.tabs.remote.autostart.2 preference to switch the value from true to false

Note: the exact name of the preference may vary, but it will start with browser.tabs.remote.autostart

At your next Firefox startup, it should run in the traditional way. Any difference?
firefox  taskmanager  cpu  ram 
3 days ago by ferran
Cloudflare’s Gen X: Servers for an Accelerated Future
We recently turned up our tenth generation of servers, “Gen X”, already deployed across major US cities, and in the process of being shipped worldwide. Compared with our prior server (Gen 9), it processes as much as 36% more requests while costing substantially less. Additionally, it enables a ~50% decrease in L3 cache miss rate and up to 50% decrease in NGINX p99 latency, powered by a CPU rated at 25% lower TDP (thermal design power) per core.

Notably, for the first time, Intel is not inside. We are not using their hardware for any major server components such as the CPU, board, memory, storage, network interface card (or any type of accelerator). Given how critical Intel is to our industry, this would until recently have been unimaginable, and is in contrast with prior generations which made extensive use of their hardware.

This time, AMD is inside.

We were particularly impressed by the 2nd Gen AMD EPYC processors because they proved to be far more efficient for our customers’ workloads. Since the pendulum of technology leadership swings back and forth between providers, we wouldn’t be surprised if that changes over time. However, we were happy to adapt quickly to the components that made the most sense for us.
cloudflare  trend  server  CPU  performance 
3 days ago by euler
OpenWrt Project: Netgear DG834G v4
[...] Also note that the Wifi chip for this router is the Broadcom BCM4318 chip and not the atheros. [...]
hardware  hardwaresupport  resources  info  links  cli  tool  linux  sysadmin  cpu  openwrt  router  atheros  installation  upgrade  howto  serialport  jtag 
8 days ago by ezequiel
Netgear DG834G v3 [Old OpenWrt Wiki]
The Netgear DG834G v3 is an AR7-based ADSL router with 802.11g wireless and ADSL2+ support. It has a 4-port switch, and the wireless antenna is connected to an RP-SMA connector at the rear.

Its appearance is identical to the DG834 v2.
hardware  hardwaresupport  resources  info  links  cli  tool  linux  sysadmin  cpu  openwrt  router  serialport  installation  howto 
8 days ago by ezequiel
community/resource-qos.md at master · kubernetes/community
Kubernetes community content. Contribute to kubernetes/community development by creating an account on GitHub.
k8s  kubernetes  qos  resources  limits  memory  cpu 
9 days ago by dewe

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