Linux Swap Memory enables to create an amount of virtual memory, allowing applications to consume more installed memory by reducing the use of RAM.
Often we find the situation where we want to get information from a text and present it in the form of a report. For what we usually do, is extract the text and rely on a set of utilities such as word processors and spreadsheets, search and replace text, create tables, summarize, etc.
Applications implementing Asynchronous I/O (AIO) can perform much faster than those using synchronous I/O. Check out why.