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2006 May 24
1
Automagic number of views/clicks?
Hey, Just wondering.. Are there are any automagic constructs in rails for keeping track of number of views/clicks associated with the record? For example, created_at and updated_at are automagically updated on edit/new actions, are there any similar constructs for clicks/views of the record? Thanks. Ilya -- Posted via http://www.ruby-forum.com/.
2003 Jan 25
7
automagic blacklist
Hello list members, Over the past 12 hours my firewall box has had over 300 hits to port 1434 from numerous ip''s. I ran tcpdump on a couple of them and it looks like the ms-sql exploit attempt. I don''t use ms-sql. I''ve always gotten a few hits per day, but now it''s gotten out of control. I use logcheck to email the system logs to me and at this rate by the
2014 Mar 25
1
sssd run level get turned off automagically
...th 'chkconfig sssd on' and 'chkconfig sssd --list' showed that it was ON However, whenever the server has been 'hard' rebooted, 'service sssd status' shows that it is not running. 'chkconfig sssd --list' shows it is OFF! I don't understand how it is automagically turned off. Any ideas what could be the problem. <transcript> [root at storage ~]# chkconfig sssd --list sssd 0:off 1:off 2:on 3:off 4:off 5:off 6:off [root at storage ~]# chkconfig sssd on [root at storage ~]# chkconfig sssd --list sssd 0:off 1:off 2...
2016 Jun 18
2
[Bug 1074] New: nft-0.{5, 6}: configure.ac: Replace automagic dblatex dependency with configure switch
https://bugzilla.netfilter.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1074 Bug ID: 1074 Summary: nft-0.{5,6}: configure.ac: Replace automagic dblatex dependency with configure switch Product: nftables Version: unspecified Hardware: x86_64 OS: All Status: NEW Severity: enhancement
2015 Dec 01
0
Re: Why does libvirt insert USB controller automagically?
On 11/30/2015 07:30 PM, Sundar Nadathur wrote: > Hello all, > > I find this curious behavior that libvirt will automatically insert a USB > controller and a memballoon virtio driver into the domain’s XML, when > defineXML is called. IOW, the original XML did not have these 2 devices but > they are present right after defineXML is called. Why should libvirt add a USB
2003 Sep 19
1
Aastra 390 w/ADSI - Doesn't automagically use "Asterisk PBX" script
I have an Aastra 390 ADSI phone. It's not locked. I can call ADSIProg without a problem and it programs my phone. Calling Voicemail2 also programs my phone. However, in order for the VMail option to appear on the screen I have to go into the Services menu, pick Asterisk PBX and pick Select. Then the VMail softbutton appears on the screen, but any time I make a call it goes back to the
2020 Mar 24
3
Status of Intel JCC Mitigations and Next Steps
TLDR - We have a choice to make about assembler support, and a disagreement about how to move forward.  Community input needed. Background Intel has a hardware bug in Skylake and later whose mitigation requires padding of branches to avoid performance degradation. Background here:
2004 Feb 02
4
extconf.rb patch
Hi! Why not automagically delete generated header files like this? File.open("Makefile","ab+"){|f| f.puts f.puts("tclean:; @$(RM) "+(Dir[''*.t''].map{|fn| fn.sub(''.t'',''.h'')}.join)) f.puts } Reduces user error :) Gergo -- +-[ Kontra,...
2012 May 25
0
[LLVMdev] alloc_size metadata
...y main gripe. Since LLVM already has utility functions for recognizing allocators (i.e. that know about malloc, realloc and -fno-builtin etc) can't SAFECode just make use of them? Then either (1) something like alloc_size is implemented, the LLVM utility learns about it, and SAFECode benefits automagically, or (2) the LLVM utility is taught about other allocators like Ada's, and SAFECode benefits automagically. Ciao, Duncan.
2020 Mar 25
3
Status of Intel JCC Mitigations and Next Steps
FWIW I'm with Eli here if you need any more data points. -eric On Tue, Mar 24, 2020 at 8:21 PM Eli Friedman via llvm-dev < llvm-dev at lists.llvm.org> wrote: > Changing the length of a sequence of assembly instructions will break > someone’s code at some point. The length of a sequence of instructions is > known, in general, and people will write code to take advantage of
2013 Jul 02
2
[LLVMdev] [Loop Vectorize] Question on -O3
On 2 July 2013 12:00, Duncan Sands <baldrick at free.fr> wrote: > all of the advanced LLVM optimizations assume that the IR has already been > cleaned up already by the less advanced optimizers. Try running something > like -sroa -instcombine -simplifycfg first. > There could be a warning on more advanced optimizations if the pre-requisites haven't run (as per individual
2013 Jul 02
0
[LLVMdev] [Loop Vectorize] Question on -O3
...imizers to do stuff that causes other optimizers to do stuff that (... repeat many times) that ends up allowing the loop vectorizer to do more. Anyway, since "opt" is a developer tool I think it is reasonable to require people to understand stuff rather than trying to have it all happen automagically (such an automagic system wouldn't be useful for clang and other frontends anyway, so in a sense would just represent pointless complexity). Ciao, Duncan.
2006 Apr 18
3
Does NIS/yp work for authentication
If a host is running NIS (passwd file ends in +::0:0:::) authentication, will dovecot be able to authenticate with auth_userdb = passwd directly and automagically or do you have to do a ypcat passwd > pwfile periodically to generate a passwd file that dovecot can use? ? Thanks! -- ==== Stewart Dean, Unix System Admin, Henderson Computer Resources Center of Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, New York 12504 sdean at bard.edu voice: 845-758-7475, f...
2008 Mar 10
2
Mechanize for multi-part form post
...rom a page. I''d love to see a syntax like: response = agent.post(''http://www.mydomain.com/upload'', :image => File.new(file), :title => "My image", :description => "an image description") Basically Mechanize#post would just automagically switch when it saw a File object for a post value. I''m actually doing this for flickr uploading, but none of the ruby libraries I''ve tried so far actually support uploading without headaches. Has work been done on this front? Am I totally off-base? If the answer to bot...
2005 Jan 27
1
Dovecot doesn't call pam_open_session, thus dodging pam_mkhomedir
...g using Dovecot-imapd smoothly in my environment with maildir and most of my accounts in LDAP. Since the accounts are created through a web interface on another server home directories on the mail server don't get created automatically. There's the handy pam module pam_mkhomedir.so to automagically create home directories, but unfortunatly Dovecot wasn't calling pam_open_session to run the session setup pam modules. I made a small patch to passdb-pam.c to call pam_open_session between pam_acct_mgmt and pam_get_item and now I my home dirs are automagically created and everyone is happ...
2008 Nov 17
1
#505517 [grub-pc] Dosen't handle xen dom0 kernel automagically [PATCH]
package grub-pc tag 505517 patch upstream thanks Le jeudi 13 novembre 2008 09:36:03, vous avez ?crit?: > Hi, > > Willing to try Xen, I installed "xen-linux-system-2.6.26-1-xen-amd64", > which came with a bunch of packages? > > When I tried to boot the corresponding image, I got an error in Grub. > > AFAIK and from what I gathered on the web, the entry
2006 Aug 29
3
smbmount
Is there a method or way that will allow one to automagically mount samba shares requiring a password w/o using a plain text password? Even if I have to store the plaintext password in a file, is there at least a way to keep plain text passwords going over the network (IPSec perhaps)? === Al
2006 Apr 15
7
New to rails - scaffold command , how to get related items?
..." <td><%h item.Category ? item.Category.name : "no category" %></td> or <td><% item.Category.name %></td> " both don''t work. So, how exactly do I show related fields'' information now? is there a slick way to do this automagically? Shouldn''t rails know that since there is a has_many and belongs_to in the model that these things may link up? Will -- Posted via http://www.ruby-forum.com/.
2010 Feb 03
7
[LLVMdev] Changes in FunctionPassManager constructor
...;llvm.org/docs/tutorial/LangImpl4.html to show "Last modified: $Date: 2007-10-17 11:05:13 -0700 (Wed, 17 Oct 2007) $" at the bottom, as if nothing had changed since then, when the code it displays is actually less than a week old... I guess the source code snippets are updated automagically. As a result, the code shown there as an example will NOT compile on anything but a most recent LLVM, i.e. it will not work if you install LLVM with apt-get or MacPorts. I don't think that's desirable. Opinions? Christophe de Dinechin
2008 Mar 10
5
Passing extra parameters to functions called from Observers
Hi again, When you have an ''obeserver'' setup as follows: $(''myForm'').observe(''submit'', validateForm); If a user submits the form the ''validateForm'' function is called and is automagically passed the ''event'' to work with. This is fantastic! But is there a way to pass another argument to the function? Something like: $(''myForm'').observe(''submit'', validateForm, param1, param2); etc? Michael --~--~---------~--~----~------------~-...