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2006 May 26
3
Sendmail burst of "rejecting connections" - why?
...erfectly reasonable. As far as I can tell this 14-minute burst of sendmail activity exists in isolation. Can anyone suggest a reason for these log entries? Thanks. ------------------------------------------------- May 25 07:09:24 server sendmail[2942]: rejecting connections on daemon MTA: load average: 24 May 25 07:09:39 server sendmail[2942]: rejecting connections on daemon MTA: load average: 25 May 25 07:09:54 server sendmail[2942]: rejecting connections on daemon MTA: load average: 26 May 25 07:10:09 server sendmail[2942]: rejecting connections on daemon MTA: load average: 29 May 25 07:10:24...
2009 Jul 01
1
Average of data files in a directory
Dear all, I know it is as simple as c <- (a + b)/2 to compute the average (element-wise) of two data vectors. However, I can't work out to compute the average when you have many data vectors in a directory. I have done this: ------------------------------------ setwd("/.../data/") listfiles <- list.files(pattern=".pre") # list a...
2012 Dec 17
3
mean of each month in data
...3 Sa 1957 10 1 2.4 Sa 1958 10 2 2.4 Sa 1958 10 3 2.4 Sa 1958 11 1 2.4 Sa 1958 11 2 2.4 Sa 1958 11 3 2.4 Sa 1958 12 1 2.4 Sa 1958 12 2 2.4 Sa 1958 12 3 2.4 ... ... uptill 69th station i want to convert the data in following format >Ta ## matrix for station Ta 1966 1967 1968 1969 AVERAGE OF MONTH 1 AVERAGE OF MONTH 1 AVERAGE OF MONTH 1 AVERAGE OF MONTH 1 AVERAGE OF MONTH 2 AVERAGE OF MONTH 2 AVERAGE OF MONTH 2 AVERAGE OF MONTH 2 AVERAGE OF MONTH 3 AVERAGE OF MONTH 3 AVERAGE OF MONTH 3 AVERAGE OF MONTH 3 ........ ........ AVERAGE OF MONTH 12 AVERAGE OF MONTH 12 AVERAGE OF MONTH 12...
2005 Jun 16
3
Moving average
Good morning all! I am attempting to superimpose a moving-average smoother onto a graph of daily plots. These plots (in table[,2] below) span about 350 days and looks very noisy. I'd like for this smoother to plot the average of each group of 7 consecutive days (weekly) and show a line which joins these series of averages. Given the definition of MA, the...
2003 Jun 07
3
Bandwidth measurement tool: bmtools
...usage is between two IAX hosts, or pretty much anything that requires live examination of ethernet segment traffic. http://s-tech.linux-pl.com/bmtools/ [root@ms1 bmtools-0.71]# ./rate -r 1 -f 'host 10.0.1.3 and not port ssh' -> Currently 263.05 Bps/3.01 pps, Average: 263.05 Bps/3.01 pps -> Currently 2706.00 Bps/17.00 pps, Average: 1486.97 Bps/10.02 pps -> Currently 588.00 Bps/6.00 pps, Average: 1186.92 Bps/8.68 pps -> Currently 440.00 Bps/4.00 pps, Average: 1000.00 Bps/7.51 pps -> Currently 440.00 Bps/4.00 pps, Aver...
2015 Nov 23
2
Model averaging en R
Hola a todos, He realizado un dredge (para obtener todos los modelos GAM posibles a parir de un full model), luego he seleccionado un confidence set (los modelos que no se diferencian en 2 en AIC) y he hecho un model averaging con ese confidence set. Ahora me gustarĂ­a aplicar ese modelo "average" ajustado sobre otro set de datos pero no se como especificar en R que use el mismo modelo average en otro set de datos. tanto el dredge como el model average lo he realizado con el paquete MuMIn Alguien me puede a...
2006 Aug 03
2
calculating average ratings and other imponderables
...ead if it is: Assume that a smart has_many ratings, and a rating belongs_to a smart (the models are fine). Each rating has a column smart_id. Each smart, then, has many ratings, with a column called "rating" that is an int (1-10). I want to find, say, the ten smarts with the highest average rating. Calculating an average is easy enough--once I know which smart I''m looking at. But how do I find this on the fly? Anyone? Anyone? Bueller? Bueller?
2007 Jul 17
1
BUG IN XAPIAN_FLUSH_THRESHOLD
...llion documents Xapian ignores the size and flush it after only 10,000 documents. Data captured from delve after 60 seconds interval when has been set as follow: XAPIAN_FLUSH_THRESHOLD=20000000 perl -e ' while(1) { system("delve ."); sleep(60); } ' number of documents = 8510000 average document length = 13.5538 number of documents = 8520000 average document length = 13.5537 number of documents = 8530000 average document length = 13.5543 number of documents = 8530000 average document length = 13.5543 number of documents = 8540000 average document length = 13.5548 number of docume...
2016 Apr 16
0
Mean of hexadecimal numbers
...uot;#FF7C00","#00BF40","#FFFF00")? > Bert answered your subject line question. Your text is asking something else: if those are colours, you don't want to treat each of them as a single integer. A simple-minded approach would split them into 3 hex numbers, and average those (using Bert's solution). A more sophisticated approach would take into account that they are really colours. You could probably put together something using the colorRamp or colorRampPalette functions to average in perception space. For example, # Average the 1st two by taking th...
2008 Jul 19
3
Load Average ~0.40 when idle
I am running CentOS 5 on a dual-dual-core Intel machine, and I am seeing a load average of between 0.35 and 0.50 while the machine is idle, i.e. no processes appear to be running. Both top and uptime report the same thing. Looking at top, I cannot see any processes that are using CPU time except for top and init, and they are not using enough cycles to push up the load average. Ac...
2003 Feb 03
4
Overlaying a moving average curve on top of a barplot
I''m using standard barplot (Windows version 1.6.2 of R) to represent a certain weekly metric "v" and I would like to properly overlay on top of it its moving average "mean.8" (window of 8 weeks). I must be doing something wrong since the moving average (using "lines") doesn''t overlay properly, i.e., both x-scales do not match! ... barplot(v[8:length(v)], col=7) lines(mean.8[1:length(mean.8)], lty=1, lwd=2, col=2) ... How do I...
2015 Feb 20
0
isohybrid and ISO images whose size is not a multiple of 2048 bytes vs. VirtualBox
Just a small correction: Thomas Schmitt via Syslinux <syslinux at zytor.com> wrote: > > > I expect the average waste to be a bit less than 16 MB. > > Yes, but slightly misleading. For example, the "16MB average" is > > relevant for 255/63. > > We advise two geometries: -h 63 -s 32 and -h 255 -s 63. > isohybrid behavior with the first one will not be changed. > With t...
2010 Mar 19
1
cupsaddsmb error: cli_pipe_validate_current_pdu: RPC fault code DCERPC_FAULT_OP_RNG_ERROR received
...#47;pscript.ntf;put /usr/share/cups/drivers/pscript5.dll W32X86/pscript5.dll? Domain=[PRUEFUNG] OS=[Unix] Server=[Samba 3.5.1] NT_STATUS_OBJECT_NAME_COLLISION making remote directory \W32X86 putting file /tmp/4ba38b6126eb3 as \W32X86/edv01.ppd (2216,4 kb/s) (average 2216,4 kb/s) putting file /usr/share/cups/drivers/ps5ui.dll as \W32X86/ps5ui.dll (136486,7 kb/s) (average 12545,9 kb/s) putting file /usr/share/cups/drivers/pscript.hlp as \W32X86/pscript.hlp (510,9 kb/s) (average 3075,8 kb/s)...
2013 Feb 18
1
How to calculate the moving average for binary files?
I have 12 binary (raster) files https://echange-fichiers.inra.fr/get?k=k3M2jatJyHy65Cs99G4 . I would like to calculate the moving average for the 12 values for each pixel in the 12 files. For a simple vector we can get a moving average by using this : x <- c(1,2,3,NA,NA,4,6,5,6,4,2,5) movingmean <- rollapply(x, 3, FUN = mean, na.rm = T,fill=NA) now I want to do the same but with binary...
2015 Feb 20
3
isohybrid and ISO images whose size is not a multiple of 2048 bytes vs. VirtualBox
...---------------------------------------------------------- End of code ----------------------------------------------------------------- Compile by cc -g -Wall -o isohybrid_test_mockup isohybrid_test_mockup.c Run as e.g. ./isohybrid_test_mockup 255 63 1085736960 > > I expect the average waste to be a bit less than 16 MB. > Yes, but slightly misleading. For example, the "16MB average" is > relevant for 255/63. We advise two geometries: -h 63 -s 32 and -h 255 -s 63. isohybrid behavior with the first one will not be changed. With the second one it would waste 1...
2010 Dec 21
5
Graphing System Load MRTG
I check system load like so: [root at server cron.daily]# w 10:07:33 up 4 days, 15:01, 2 users, load average: 4.22, 3.17, 3.09 I would like to to graph the 3.17 5 minute average with MRTG. Anyone know of some examples of doing this?
2012 Jun 16
3
Temporal disaggregation
...for countries 1 and 2 are different. For example, for country 1 the time series begins on "23/11/08" while for country 2 the time series begins on "26-10-2008?. 2)My data on prices are available every 28 days (or equivalently every 4 weeks). So, each observation is a 4-week average. But in some cases I have jumps (35 days or 29 days instead of 28 days). For example from the above table we have such jumps: from "28/12/08" to "28/12/08" , from 22/02/09" to "29/03/09", etc My goal is to have a unified sequence...
2006 Mar 16
1
open source queue analyzer
..., i would like to activate a sourceforge project the main requirements of the project are: /// realtime - possibility to login/logout from the queue via web interface - monitor the state of the queue (logged in agent/extension, queued calls, ecc) ///statistics - average wait time - average call time - average calls per agent/extension - average calls per hour - average calls per day - average calls per week - average calls per month ///supervisors - define new users that can access to the software - set for each user the operation to do in the qu...
2009 Apr 22
1
prstat -Z and load average values in different zones give same numeric results
Folks, Perplexing question about load average display with prstat -Z Solaris 10 OS U4 (08/07) We have 4 zones with very different processes and workloads.. The prstat -Z command issued within each of the zones, correctly displays the number of processes and lwps, but the load average value looks exactly the same on all non-global zones....
2007 Dec 10
1
moving average and NA values
The S-plus function moving.ave(data, span = 2) calculates the moving average, but it does not have an argument to tell it how to deal with NA values, so it will return NA for all averages as shown below. Is there an R or S moving average function which is able to omit some NA values in the dataset? In the simple sample shown below it would be possible to just remove the...