Reportaje…cum sa iti spun? Astea nu sunt probleme. Noua ni se pare ca avem probleme…ca ne inseala iubita…ca avem un job care nu ne place…ca nu castigam suficienti bani sa mergem in vacanta pe care ne-o dorim. Viata reala este altfel. Am vazut viata reala asa cum nici nu o banuiesti – o lume dura si barbara neschimbata de mii de ani. Am vazut in sate in Africa refugiati, mame cu copii care erau nevoite sa renunte la unul din copii ca sa poata trai celalalt. Nu exista mancare decat pentru unul. Stii ca foamea nu doare? Se moare usor si lent de foame si ele stiau asta….Am vazut oameni inteligenti scoliti in Europa facand acte de o cruzime infioratoare…Toate astea m-au schimbat…Problemele noastre sunt iluzii Reportaje….
1. Download root.zip and put it on a sdcard ( not on internal memory ). You can download it from here http://androidcentral.us/2014/01/root-galaxy-ace-2-on-android-4-1-2-jelly-bean/
2. Download cwm ( custom recovery ) from here http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2141395 . Put it also on the sdcard
3. Download cyanogenmod 11 ( android 4.4 ) and gapps for android 4.4 ( please choose the pico one ) http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2555021
4. Stop the phone (power off)
5. Press volume up + HOME + POWER .
6. Enter in stock recovery mode. Choose apply sdcard ... and then pick up root.zip
7. Again, choose apply sdcard ... and choose cwm zip archive
8. The recovery will be changed to cwm
9. wipe data
10. wipe cache ( and dalvik cache from advanced )
11. Install cyanogenmod zip and after that pico gapps for android 4.4
12. Reboot the phone
Fusion-io provides an open source script to tune interconnects on the database nodes.
The ION tuner (iontuner) file makes the following changes:
Tuning Block Devices
Sets the I/O scheduler to noop, which reduces latency and CPU usage when queuing I/O to the backend storage compared to the default scheduler, CFQ, which is tuned for traditional disk I/O.
Sets the I/O request queue affinity to level 2, which forces I/O to complete on the same CPU where the I/O request was initiated.
Disables disk entropy contribution.
To minimize data transfer and synchronization throughout the system, I/O interrupts were handled on the socket local to their PCIe device. To provide the best results, the irqbalance daemon was disabled.
IRQs were pinned for each driver that handles interrupts for ION Accelerator device I/O as well as for the InfiniBand drivers that support the Oracle RAC private interconnect. Driver IRQs were identified in /proc/interrupts by the matching IRQ numbers to the driver prefix listed in the same row. The IRQs were distributed between the CPU cores within the
device’s local socket.