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Re: what about an special QA package priority?



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On 05/20/08 23:11, Bernd Eckenfels wrote:
> In article <483389AD.5020708@cox.net> you wrote:
>> even though it's "just" a command line utility.  Who knows what
>> weird, unexpected side effects there might be from running such an
>> app within a tight bash loop.
> 
> none*. And not cleaning up yourself also improves performance for short
> running apps.

How so?

> Gruss
> Bernd
> 
> * unless we talk persistent resources like files or ipc.

That's the point.  And what if there's a kernel (or would that be a
glibc?) bug?

Since you can't know the future of your software (more than once,
I've seen a one-off script or program morph-expand into an important
and much larger app) or the OS it will run on in the future, it's
always good to clean up after yourself.

- --
Ron Johnson, Jr.
Jefferson LA  USA

ESPN makes baseball players better.
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