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Special Counsel Office report web site

And we may still see the web stack being the ultimate cause of the delay.

Parkinson's law always comes to the rescue:-)
More faster and efficient processing architecture, Hyper transport buses, amd-64 Branch prediction.
Massively faster storage subsystems and disk arrays, SSD slab caching for hypervisors

And some dude with a AJAX framework to serve a PDF bringging the whole thing to a a screeching halt

On April 17, 2019 10:35:29 PM EDT, Sean Donelan <sean at donelan.com> wrote:
>On Wed, 17 Apr 2019, Patrick W. Gilmore wrote:
>> Things will probably be easier this time. The Internet has evolved
>> of dealing with exactly this problem. (Avi used to call it â??slash-dot
>> insuranceâ??, but the idea is the same.) Specifically:
>Yep, it will be interesting to see where the chokepoints are tommorrow.
>In 1998, the bandwidth pipes never filled up. The chokepoint was in the
>TCP and Web stacks. Eventually the Associated Press got a copy of the 
>Starr Report on a CD from a congressional staffer. The press intern 
>running down the street holding a CD was faster than 1998 internet :-)
>We were also lucky in 1998, no one had thought of DDOS yet.

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