Comments on: Period Pain 3 http://www.stdlib.net/~colmmacc/2009/11/26/period-pain-3/ An Irishman's Fiery Tue, 17 May 2011 19:12:51 +0000 hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=3.3.1 By: 3D Architectural Rendering http://www.stdlib.net/~colmmacc/2009/11/26/period-pain-3/comment-page-1/#comment-318425 3D Architectural Rendering Thu, 03 Dec 2009 09:50:24 +0000 http://www.stdlib.net/~colmmacc/?p=529#comment-318425 As values for periods alters that pattern gets repetetive. Thus when these periods come to any phase, one gets constructive interference. As values for periods alters that pattern gets repetetive. Thus when these periods come to any phase, one gets constructive interference.

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By: Plastic Cards http://www.stdlib.net/~colmmacc/2009/11/26/period-pain-3/comment-page-1/#comment-318259 Plastic Cards Tue, 01 Dec 2009 12:21:01 +0000 http://www.stdlib.net/~colmmacc/?p=529#comment-318259 Altering it one time and holding onto that is certainly better than updating again and again. Altering it one time and holding onto that is certainly better than updating again and again.

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By: John http://www.stdlib.net/~colmmacc/2009/11/26/period-pain-3/comment-page-1/#comment-317994 John Fri, 27 Nov 2009 18:57:26 +0000 http://www.stdlib.net/~colmmacc/?p=529#comment-317994 This is one of the reasons I like autosys's conditional dependencies. It makes adding new and removing old jobs annoying as you trace the connections to see what is effected but being able to change a suite of jobs by altering one time is much nicer then updating 100 individual times. This is one of the reasons I like autosys’s conditional dependencies. It makes adding new and removing old jobs annoying as you trace the connections to see what is effected but being able to change a suite of jobs by altering one time is much nicer then updating 100 individual times.

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By: Steve Loughran http://www.stdlib.net/~colmmacc/2009/11/26/period-pain-3/comment-page-1/#comment-317887 Steve Loughran Thu, 26 Nov 2009 23:00:50 +0000 http://www.stdlib.net/~colmmacc/?p=529#comment-317887 Of course, if everyone uses the same prime "17", you're still stuffed. We've had fun in the embedded space with lots of kit with the same PRG driving TCP backoff, and with an entire site powering down and up, all the devices transmit simultaneosly, jam the net, backoff and repeat. You need a tiny bit of uniqueness in there, like the last 8 bits of your MAC. Of course, if everyone uses the same prime “17″, you’re still stuffed.

We’ve had fun in the embedded space with lots of kit with the same PRG driving TCP backoff, and with an entire site powering down and up, all the devices transmit simultaneosly, jam the net, backoff and repeat. You need a tiny bit of uniqueness in there, like the last 8 bits of your MAC.

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