The accelerated rate of growth in the amount of web applications returns as a result an increase in the traffic that web servers must handle. This aggregated traffic, in addition to the demand of the clients to be served in a real time frame, leads to the requirement of a customized way to control web related resources. All processes of the web server are tied to the control that the OS scheduler has over them, and for the default settings, the scheduler is set to handle general purpose tasks instead of being optimized forweb serving purposes. To address this issue, the use of custom settings into the scheduler will allow the daemons needed to run a web page (such as Apache, PHP and a SQL DB) to be handled by the OS as efficiently as possible. The results of the test will be the comparison in performance of a web server for different settings on the Linux Scheduler.
Christopher Salvador Márquez Álvarez & César Alfredo Espinosa Michel
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A derivation for finding the coefficient of static friction between an object and an inclined surface the object rests on using the minimum angle of the inclined plane at which the object starts to accelerate.
This document shows how you can get ePub/eBook-like formatting in LaTeX with the memoir document class. You can't yet export directly to ePub from writeLaTeX, but you can export to PDF. To get ePub, you can download the LaTeX source from writeLaTeX and run it through a format conversion tool, such as htlatex to get HTML, and then go from HTML to ePub with a tool like Sigil or Calibre. See this thread on Stack Overflow for more advice.