I've been learning a (very) little bit about Unix and AIX while doing some maintenance on our company's ERP server. I've been finding a lot of defunct processes. I have a few very n00b questions. [more inside]
HR filter - how do I check my own professional references? [more inside]
Group Decision Processes for Relationship and Family Planning-Filter: How do you discuss and organize all the variables that go into making important life decisions with your partner? [more inside]
I am woefully (and willfully I guess) ignorant. What's the best way to remedy this? [more inside]
What resources can I read to understand topics like scientific management, organisational workflows, and other ways of describing and monitoring processes made up of actors communicating amongst themselves to produce an end product? [more inside]
When I close some programs in Windows 7 (x64) their tasks still show up in the task manager. [more inside]
I would like to write a program which transforms the Windows task manager's process list into clickable links. Where do I start? [more inside]
Are there a lot of people who are recognizably as beautiful as supermodels who are not supermodels? Or do the present mechanisms of celebrity reliably account for a majority of people who meet the criteria to be supermodels? [more inside]
I reinstalled Win2K for business use at home. What utilities can I install that will help me manage & oversee system processes that get put on this computer over the next year or so? What's that program that allows me to run a Win2K "microwindow" to containerize suspicious freeware/spyware.. VMS or something like that... is that worth having or does it seriously slow down the system? [more inside]
UnixFilter: How can I force a shell or other execution environment to wait for a process to finish, instead of allowing normal behavior for apps which like to fork / go into the background? [more inside]
The Windows task manager tells me the CPU and memory usage by each process. Is there a utility that can tell me which of the running processes are responsible for current HDD activity?
Is it a problem to have 7k handles, 290 threads and 27 processes on an AMD 2400+ in windows XP, 512mb RAM?