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Gary Loebach Phones & Addresses

  • 3413 Hackney Ct, Raleigh, NC 27613 (919) 518-2293
  • 6417 Chapman Ct, Raleigh, NC 27612 (919) 571-0864
  • Wade, NC
  • 8726 Jace Ln NW, Silverdale, WA 98383

Work

Company: Ibm hursley laboratories Nov 2005 to 2008 Position: Advisory software engineer

Education

Degree: BS School / High School: Bradley University 1976 to 1977 Specialities: Computer Science

Skills

z/OS • PL/1 • CICS • TSO • z/VM • Mainframe • VTAM • Assembler • MVS • Websphere • JCL • FTP • TCP/IP

Interests

software engineering

Emails

Industries

Computer Software

Resumes

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Senior Software Engineer At Ca Technologies

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Location:
Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina Area
Industry:
Computer Software
Work:
IBM Hursley Laboratories Nov 2005 - Feb 2009
Advisory Software Engineer

IBM Jan 1999 - Feb 2009
Advisory Software Engineer

IBM Aug 1985 - Feb 2009
Staff/Advisory Programmer/Engineer

IBM Jan 1983 - Jun 1990
Senior Associate Programmer / Staff Programmer / Advisory Programmer

Caterpillar Inc. Sep 1977 - Dec 1982
Programmer
Education:
Bradley University 1976 - 1977
BS, Computer Science
Northern Illinois University 1974 - 1975
Illinois Valley Community College 1972 - 1974
AS, Mathamatics
Skills:
z/OS
PL/1
CICS
TSO
z/VM
Mainframe
VTAM
Assembler
MVS
Websphere
JCL
FTP
TCP/IP
Interests:
software engineering

Publications

Us Patents

Selectively Retaining A Topmost Subpool Expansion To Prevent Thrashing

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US Patent:
20090319746, Dec 24, 2009
Filed:
Jun 18, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/141788
Inventors:
GARY P. LOEBACH - RALEIGH NC,
Assignee:
INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MACHINES CORPORATION - ARMONK NY
International Classification:
G06F 12/02
US Classification:
711170, 711E12002
Abstract:
The present invention discloses a solution to selectively retain or discard subpool expansions. In the solution, when a subpool has been tuned to its limit (a maximum extension size is established), then a subsequent expansion allocation of this tuned limited is queued on top of a memory subpool. Otherwise, expansions are queued on bottom of the subpool. All expansions other than the topmost one, which is retained by the system, are rapidly returned to the system when their storage is no longer needed by the various processes that have finished. The topmost expansion is retained as long as the subpool remains tuned to the maximum extension size. By permitting the topmost expansion to remain available to the subpool for storage allocation, the topmost expansion is retained beyond a short term period typical of expansions, which allows the topmost expansion to stay around for a sufficient time to prevent subpool thrashing.
Gary P Loebach from Raleigh, NC, age ~67 Get Report