Therefore, it did not make use of the Pi's processor's floating point hardware - reducing the Pi's performance during floating point intensive applications - or the advanced instructions of the ARMv6 CPU.
The official Raspberry Pi distributions are now optimized for ARMv6 and for "hard float" which should have better performance on certain CPU intensive tasks.
Official native Sphinx API implementations for PHP, Perl, Python, Ruby and Java are included within the distribution package.
API is very lightweight so porting it to a new language is known to take a few hours or days.
Chef, Puppet, Ansible, Salt, Microsoft's Power Shell DSC, Cobbler and CFEngine are all good options when choosing a configuration management tool.
Here are some key points of each of these products.
For example, if a user needs to run certain programs that are incompatible with the newest operating system, the system administrator would note this when looking at the record for that user's computer, and he'd know not to upgrade the OS.Third party API ports and plugins exist for Perl, C#, Haskell, Ruby-on-Rails, and possibly other languages and frameworks.Starting from version 1.10-beta, Sphinx supports two different indexing backends: "disk" index backend, and "realtime" (RT) index backend.The Debian Squeeze image originally issued by the Raspberry Pi foundation as the recommended distribution used "soft float" settings.The foundation felt necessary to use the existing Debian port for less-capable ARM devices due to time and resource constraints during development of the Raspberry Pi.Configuration management is one of today's most popular buzzwords.