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Thread-safe time-limited cache for Ruby
SynCache stores cached objects in a Hash that is protected by an advanced two-level locking mechanism which ensures that: . * Multiple threads can add and fetch objects in parallel. * While one thread is working on a cache entry, other threads can access the rest of the cache with no waiting on the global lock, no race conditions nor deadlock or livelock situations. * While one thread is performing a long and resource-intensive operation, other threads that request the same data will be put on hold, and as soon as the first thread completes the operation, the result will be returned to all threads. . This package provides SynCache module for Ruby and a DRb server that exports a SynCache::Cache object for use in Ruby programs.
Meta-package for python libraries for the Ceph libraries
Ceph is a distributed storage and network file system designed to provide excellent performance, reliability, and scalability. . This package contains Python libraries for interacting with Ceph's RADOS object storage, and RBD (RADOS block device).
Logging service for distributed applications
Monitoring distributed applications that are spread over a network is not an easy task. Information from several sources must be gathered, filtered and distributed to visualisation tools. . LogService is a system that simplifies this task. It acts as a common base between an application and it's visualisation tools. It also provides a mechanism to classify and filter messages in a general way and other functions are needed to monitor distributed applications. . The service is named LogCentral.
GNU Standard C++ Library v3 (development files) (mipsel)
This package contains the headers and static library files necessary for building C++ programs which use libstdc++. . libstdc++-v3 is a complete rewrite from the previous libstdc++-v2, which was included up to g++-2.95. The first version of libstdc++-v3 appeared in g++-3.0. . This package contains files for mipsel architecture, for use in cross-compile environment.
Dockapp that shows the usage of each core in the system
The dockapp splits into two displays, the upper one showing the common usage of the system and the lower display showing one graph per each core. . It detects the number of cores and computes the usage to be represented as a bar graph. wmcore works with a variable number of cores. The display has been tested with 1 up to 16 (simulated) cores.
Alternative JVM for OpenJDK, using Zero/Shark
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