Quite a stack



  • I installed collectd so I could monitor the server I'm writing. Turns out the server uses several terabytes of stack.



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  • @SEMI-HYBRID code said:

     Welcome to the Stackedservers.com, the first porn site of busty machines! Please, choose from our cathegories: big stack, huge stack, natural stack, big stack and thick cable, big stack interplatform...

     

    What? No category for us that prefer big heaps? I want the constant memory leaks filling big heaps!

     



  • You know that most women don't like deep recursion and you'll definitely run out of stack space quickly?



  • It's the new Deep Recursion programming methodology. You wrap every successive instruction in a function call. This makes it much easier to implement things like exception handling and XML parsing. Branching gets a bit dicey, though.



  • @db2 said:

    It's the new Deep Recursion programming methodology. You wrap every successive instruction in a function call. This makes it much easier to implement things like exception handling and XML parsing. Branching gets a bit dicey, though.
     

    Sexy.



  • This reminded me of something I saw on a client's bandwidth chart a month ago.

    Let's see if this thing knows how a BBCode IMG tag works!

    [img]http://i.imgur.com/MGosd.png[/img]



  • @Thalagyrt said:

    This reminded me of something I saw on a client's bandwidth chart a month ago.

    Is this your client?


    [img]http://www.joeydevilla.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2009/04/south-park-broken-internet.jpg[/img]



  • Hah. Nah, I run a small VPS provider. SolusVM glitched up on this guy and reported a 60.9 PB/s bandwidth spike. I know he uses a ton of bandwidth (about 800GB a month) but a 60.9 PB/s spike is really pushing it!



  • @Mcoder said:

    @SEMI-HYBRID code said:

     Welcome to the Stackedservers.com, the first porn site of busty machines! Please, choose from our cathegories: big stack, huge stack, natural stack, big stack and thick cable, big stack interplatform...

     

    What? No category for us that prefer big heaps? I want the constant memory leaks filling big heaps!

     

    I like big heaps 'an I cannot lie

    you otha programmas can't deny

    when a queue walks in wit a itty biddy cache and a big stack in your face you get sprung!

     

     



  • @RichP said:

    @Mcoder said:

    @SEMI-HYBRID code said:

     Welcome to the Stackedservers.com, the first porn site of busty machines! Please, choose from our cathegories: big stack, huge stack, natural stack, big stack and thick cable, big stack interplatform...

     

    What? No category for us that prefer big heaps? I want the constant memory leaks filling big heaps!

     

    I like big heaps 'an I cannot lie

    you otha programmas can't deny

    when a queue walks in wit a itty biddy cache and a big stack in your face you get sprung!

     

     

    If anyone's wondering, this is the melody.



  • @Ben L. said:

    @RichP said:
    I like big heaps 'an I cannot lie

    you otha programmas can't deny

    when a queue walks in wit a itty biddy cache and a big stack in your face you get sprung!

    If anyone's wondering, this is the melody.

    Lies! But +1 on finding that on NPR.


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