[TriLUG] Computer Getting Slow
cgbullock at cox.net
Fri Aug 22 08:59:31 EDT 2003
You must pick your battles. There are times when you may need to
troubleshoot for hours and then there are times just to replace the
machine. Time is money, and in a production environment if you "waste"
time doing unnecessary troubleshooting you may be spending more of your
time looking for a job.
Jim Ray wrote:
>i reload systems and get paid a lot of money to do it. life is good.
>of course, i investigate problems only when i want to in order to learn.
>i'm not suggesting that reloading a system is appropriate in all cases. i
>merely put it out there as a method to ensure pristine code.
>>From: mpdickens at tlanta.com [mailto:mpdickens at tlanta.com]
>>Sent: Thursday, August 21, 2003 9:14 PM
>>To: Triangle Linux Users Group discussion list
>>Subject: Re: [TriLUG] Computer Getting Slow
>>learn how things work, you'll end up reloading systems
>>knowledge that enables you to repair a problem in a matter of minutes.
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