Creator of WebSphere considers it his biggest technology mistake. “I overdesigned it.” : reddit.com

Source: Creator of WebSphere considers it his biggest technology mistake. “I overdesigned it.” : reddit.com

That sounds about right!!!!!!!!!

Here’s another good one:

https://www.reddit.com/r/java/comments/3nvhqf/why_do_people_use_websphere_instead_of_any_other/

In working with simply *installing* IBM WebSphere products over the last several months, I have learned that I really, really don’t like IBM or WebSphere.

Using Jython to Change WebSphere Cell Names , Node Names & Host Name | websphere4u

Using Jython to Change WebSphere Cell Names , Node Names Interactive mode running from the dmgr profile of the cell you wish to change: 1. From the /profiles/dmgr/bin dir ./wsadmin.sh -lang jython …

Source: Using Jython to Change WebSphere Cell Names , Node Names & Host Name | websphere4u

This helped me a lot.  (But don’t forget the last line of the article!)

MOTU.com – Windows Wave RT support is now shipping

Wave RT (Wave Real Time) is Microsoft’s new audio driver model for the Windows family of operating systems, including Windows Vista and Windows 7 (now in beta). Windows Wave RT support is now shipping for all MOTU FireWire and USB2 audio interface products, including the UltraLite-mk3, 828mk3, 896mk3, Traveler-mk3, 8pre and 828mkII-USB2 models.

Source: MOTU.com – Windows Wave RT support is now shipping

This is probably old news to a lot of people, but I originally used my MOTU 828mkII with a Mac Pro, so was unaware of WaveRT.  Checking this box in the MOTU Audio Console seemed to get rid of some clicks and beeps I was hearing running Windows through my MOTU.

Update:

I was still getting some beeps, although much fewer.  I increased the “Samples per buffer” from 64 to 1024 and it seems to have improved things.  I don’t think I’ve heard any beeps since, about an hour ago.