notbugAs an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.
Want a good read? Try FreeBSD Mastery: Jails (IT Mastery Book 15)

Why was the website so slow for so long?

The cause of the slowdown was a change to the ZFS dataset. In conjunction with the database server, very little caching was being done. This combination resulted in increased disk I/O as the system churned through the database. Details in the blog post which outlines the various things which changed. Many graphs.

non port: emulators/sdlmess/files/sdlmess.in
SVNWeb

Number of commits found: 3

Wed, 18 Mar 2009
[ 00:38 alepulver ] Original commit 
1.21 emulators/sdlmess/Makefile
1.11 emulators/sdlmess/distinfo
1.1 emulators/sdlmess/files/mess.ini
1.7 emulators/sdlmess/files/patch-makefile.sdl
1.2 emulators/sdlmess/files/pkg-message.in
1.1 emulators/sdlmess/files/sdl.mak.patch
1.3 emulators/sdlmess/files/sdlmess.in
1.2 emulators/sdlmess/pkg-descr
1.11 emulators/sdlmess/pkg-plist
- Update to 0.130.
- Remove useless wrapper script, sdlmess uses ~/.mess by default.
- Submitter takes maintainership.

PR:             ports/128559
Submitted by:   Emmanuel Vadot <elbarto@arcadebsd.org>
Wed, 5 Sep 2007
[ 22:35 alepulver ] Original commit 
1.8 emulators/sdlmess/Makefile
1.6 emulators/sdlmess/distinfo
1.4 emulators/sdlmess/files/patch-makefile.sdl
1.2 emulators/sdlmess/files/sdlmess.in
1.6 emulators/sdlmess/pkg-plist
- Update to version 0.118.
- Binaries are now installed in a subdirectory (libexec/sdlmess).
- The wrapper script addtional output was removed (problematic for programs
  which parse the output).

Submitted by:   nikow <madleser@gmx.de> (private e-mail)
Sun, 25 Feb 2007
[ 15:22 alepulver ] Original commit 
1.216 emulators/Makefile
1.1 emulators/sdlmess/Makefile
1.1 emulators/sdlmess/distinfo
1.1 emulators/sdlmess/files/patch-makefile.sdl
1.1 emulators/sdlmess/files/pkg-message.in
1.1 emulators/sdlmess/files/sdlmess.in
1.1 emulators/sdlmess/pkg-descr
1.1 emulators/sdlmess/pkg-plist
SDLMESS is a port of the popular MESS. There are a few principles that guide
it's development:

1) Run on Linux/Unix, Mac OS X, and other SDL supported operating systems with
   as few changes as possible to the base Win32 code. This means we can track
   changes faster than larger more conventional ports, and we also maintain
   what I call "Firefox compatibilty" where learning a major app only needs to
   be done once per application, and it then applies across many operating
   systems. If you can use the command-line Win32 MESS, you already know how
   to use SDLMESS on any platform you may encounter it on.

2) MESS developers are important. By keeping quickly up to date, we make it
   easy for people on non-Windows platforms to make and submit changes to the
   core MESS code, and we offer native implementations of MESS's multi-window
   GUI debugger on both Linux/Unix and Mac OS X.

WWW: http://rbelmont.mameworld.info/?page_id=163

Number of commits found: 3

Login
User Login
Create account

Servers and bandwidth provided by
New York Internet, iXsystems, and RootBSD

This site
What is FreshPorts?
About the authors
Issues
FAQ
How big is it?
The latest upgrade!
Privacy
Blog
Contact

Search
Enter Keywords:
 
more...

Latest Vulnerabilities
weechatFeb 21
webkit2-gtk3Feb 19
dovecotFeb 13
gitlab-ceFeb 13
grub2-bhyveFeb 12
libexifFeb 11
linux-flashplayerFeb 11
nginxFeb 09
nginx-develFeb 09
ksh93Feb 07
ksh93-develFeb 07
clamavFeb 05
py-django111Feb 04
py-django22Feb 04
py-django30Feb 04

9 vulnerabilities affecting 54 ports have been reported in the past 14 days

* - modified, not new

All vulnerabilities

Last updated:
2020-02-21 18:46:54


Ports
Home
Categories
Deleted ports
Sanity Test Failures
Newsfeeds

Statistics
Graphs
NEW Graphs (Javascript)
Traffic

Calculated hourly:
Port count 38526
Broken 678
Deprecated 265
Ignore 949
Forbidden 3
Restricted 150
No CDROM 72
Vulnerable 23
Expired 111
Set to expire 237
Interactive 0
new 24 hours 4
new 48 hours7
new 7 days17
new fortnight55
new month307

Servers and bandwidth provided by
New York Internet, iXsystems, and RootBSD
Valid HTML, CSS, and RSS.
Copyright © 2000-2020 Dan Langille. All rights reserved.