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pionell
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> tries opening a 2gb log file with notepad ++
> notepad reee: file too big
> pu*** a** b****

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  • 17
    "You already know what you need to use. The question is whether you're willing to accept it or not." :D
  • 18
    *hears the echo of a man saying nano in the wind*
  • 14
    @Jilano
    That's a new way to promote vim.
  • 7
    @lxmcf ew no.

    Vim >
  • 10
    @Stuxnet reeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee don't worry my fellow nano buddy will be here soon... I can feel it
  • 7
    Wow just use MS Word, it's perfect.
  • 2
    @lxmcf reeee I'm ready for it. We can see who's ree is the loudest lmao
  • 3
    @lazyDev damn what has this world come to where I'm promoting the usage of something other than a Google or MS product? 😲😲

    Is it too late to switch my answer to what this guy said? 😂😂
  • 5
    @metamourge Why thank you :D

    @Stuxnet Yes. You need to rename to "archBTW".
  • 4
    I've used Lister for such log files.
  • 1
    Use Corel wordperfect.
  • 1
    Obvs. VI is best. But sublime will handle these big files if you just need a GUI.
  • 0
    Use a 64bit version instead...
  • 2
    @lxmcf @oreru NanoRangers, assemble!
  • 1
    FX [ Wonders what WordStar would do.. ]
  • 0
    I use vim usually, notepad didn’t want to cooperate :D
  • 2
    @Kaji yes my brethren have arrived!!!

    CTRL + O for safety and attack!
  • 0
    @oreru ctrl+W "ease of use"
  • 1
    20gb log file? ever heard of rolling logs?
  • 1
    @Krokoklemme ehm.. that is a rolling log :D a days worth :D
  • 1
    @pionell dude wtf, what happened? xD
  • 2
    its a tracker server, it gets ~1.5 mil req/hour and it was my task to optimise it because it couldn't handle the requests at around 0.8m/req/h. We were using php to parse every request, but with the help of a system admin i remade it so it would load a static page instead of parsing every request, and I'm parsing the apache log for all the get's every hour with php,a few optimisation tweaks and sql insert concat methods. It's starting to bog down again because of how many concurrent connections it has.
  • 1
    I often open 2gb binaries with notepad++, sometimes even greater files, I wonder why it tells you it is too big oO
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