Hoard is a drop-in replacement for malloc(). The new memory allocator is just like malloc(), but with several important differences:
Unlike malloc(), Hoard works without a per-process cache. Instead of a per-process cache, Hoard uses per-process L2, L3, or L4 cache, so that no matter which thread runs the allocator, it will always use the same cache line.
Unlike malloc(), Hoard does not require any per-thread cache.
Unlike malloc(), Hoard does not use global address space for its per-thread cache. Instead, the allocator caches per-thread memory on a per-thread basis.
Hoard attempts to make nearly all new memory requests on the same cache line. Memory is allocated with a lock, and the allocator only releases the lock once the requested memory has been placed into cache. As a result, allocations are consistent across threads, independent of how the threads are running.
Unlike malloc(), Hoard guarantees that memory is always a cache line. As a result, programs using Hoard do not have to worry about memory fragmentation, which means you can allocate a larger block of memory than the available physical memory, and your program will just work.
The Hoard allocator is fast and scalable because it does not use per-process or per-thread caches. For instance, if you have a million threads, it will use only a million cache lines in your per-thread cache. You can buy an SSD for $1,000, yet the allocator will not use more than the available physical memory.
Unlike malloc(), the allocator also does not copy memory; it returns memory that is always in the same cache line as the memory that it is requesting. This means that your cache subsystem will not have to copy memory around to bring it into the cache.
Unlike malloc(), Hoard is a full drop-in replacement for malloc(). The new allocator works transparently in your application, so your program will look just like it is using malloc().
When applications use Hoard, they can run faster, use less memory, and be more robust and reliable than traditional memory allocators. These advantages make Hoard the ideal allocator for a wide range of applications, including:
• The Linux and BSD operating systems
• The C/C++ programming language
• The Perl programming language
• Web servers and dynamic web sites
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ProxyInspector is a small application that captures all the data for online browsing, software downloads and other network traffic. It works as a proxy cache to obtain valuable information from trusted proxy servers, such as WinGate, Microsoft ISA servers, Kerio Control/WinRoute, WinProxy, Squid, EServ, FortiGate or Cisco ASA.
The following list contains all the features of the software:
List of all the software applications that can be analyzed by ProxyInspector:
ProxyInspector Standard Edition is a reliable application designed to extract and process log information from proxy servers. It can reveal Internet usage parameters for a particular station or all the computers in a local network. The program can generate comprehensive reports or summaries.
Collect information from online sources
ProxyInspector Standard Edition can retrieve data from commonly used proxy servers services, as well as corporate firewall appliances, to create an overview of the Internet usage on your PC.
It can extract information from several reliable sources, such as WinGate, Microsoft ISA servers, Kerio Control/WinRoute, WinProxy, Squid, EServ, FortiGate or Cisco ASA. You may only select a single source before starting the program.
The report can easily be customized since the first step in creating one is starting the wizard function. The tool guides you through each stage of the process, including the selection of the subject, the filtering criteria and the analyzed interval.
Program with a friendly interface
ProxyInspector Standard Edition’s main window is segmented into useful menus, such as common tasks, shortcuts to generating quick reports, Top 10s and a template creator. You may select any of the options and be directed to the afferent function or explore the menus in the toolbar.
The reports can reflect the visited websites, the Internet browsing history, downloaded files, search phrases or accessed videos on YouTube and similar sites. You may base the report on server information, users, workgroups, IP addresses, content type, protocols used or firewall rules. You may further filter the object of the reports by selecting the traffic categories.
Wizard to interface display
Once you set all the details, the wizard closes and the result is displayed in the ProxyInspector Standard Edition’s main interface, in the Report tab. You can inspect the report using the quick navigation list on the side panel, save, print or email it to a series of recipients. Alternatively, you can