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2017 Mar 25
2
Tip: update dovecot MD5 password from PAM
This is a PAM module that listens for password changes, and will update the MD5 password for a user, in a file that dovecot can read, when the user's password is changed: https://github.com/steinarb/pam_dovecotmd5pwd Caveat emptor! (Works for me...! :-) )
2015 May 13
3
Linux kernel 3.18.12 and libvirt 1.2.15 for Xen4CentOS in virt6-testing
...so uploaded libvirt 1.2.15. As you may have seen earlier today, virt6-testing also includes an updated 4.4.2 package with the latest security update (XSA-133). The kernel has had some basic testing (by myself, Johnny, and another community member), but libvirt is at the moment untested, so caveat emptor. With such a large change, I want to leave both up for a few weeks before pushing them into the main repo. Please test them and report any errors you find. As a reminder, you can use the virt6-testing repo by putting the following file into /etc/yum.repos.d: [virt-testing] name=VirtSIG-...
2010 Feb 27
4
[LLVMdev] another experimental patch for bug 2606
...; 2) Add the call: LLVMSetupForCrossModuleJITUse(); before using the EngineBuilder API For example take: ExecutionEngine* EE = EngineBuilder(M).create(); and turn it into: LLVMSetupForCrossModuleJITUse(); ExecutionEngine* EE = EngineBuilder(M).create(); I wrote this somewhat fast so caveat emptor. Garrison -------------- next part -------------- An HTML attachment was scrubbed... URL: <http://lists.llvm.org/pipermail/llvm-dev/attachments/20100226/87fda390/attachment.html> -------------- next part -------------- A non-text attachment was scrubbed... Na...
2005 Feb 23
2
[LLVMdev] Python bindings for LLVM API
...The bindings provide direct runtime access to the LLVM bytecode and JIT execution features from Python. The bindings are complete enough so that one can e.g. run the Fibonacci JIT demo in Python (see fibonacci.py in the package). Other than this, the bindings have seen very little testing: caveat emptor! Quick start: - make sure you have Python and Boost.Python installed - extract Python.tgz (attached) into $LLVM/lib/Python - cd $LLVM/lib/Python - make - export PYTHONPATH=$PYTHONPATH:$LLVM/Debug/bin - python fibonacci.py More details are provided in the README.txt within...
2010 Feb 27
0
[LLVMdev] another experimental patch for bug 2606
...upForCrossModuleJITUse(); > before using the EngineBuilder API > For example take: > ExecutionEngine* EE = EngineBuilder(M).create(); > and turn it into: > LLVMSetupForCrossModuleJITUse(); > ExecutionEngine* EE = EngineBuilder(M).create(); > I wrote this somewhat fast so caveat emptor. > Garrison > > >
2013 Apr 26
1
Slow DNS warnings (proxy/auth)
...nce at start time and that's it. All the IPC and central processes of course also make dovecot rather file handle hungry. Memory wise it's about 35% bigger than perdition and that's not subjective at all. ^o^ About one MB per proxy process/connection for dovecot in my case. Caveat emptor. ^o^ Regards, Christian -- Christian Balzer Network/Systems Engineer chibi at gol.com Global OnLine Japan/Fusion Communications http://www.gol.com/
2009 Feb 27
9
call file concurrency
Is there a convenient way to limit the number of call files (outgoing directory) that are processed concurrently? -------------- next part -------------- A non-text attachment was scrubbed... Name: smime.p7s Type: application/x-pkcs7-signature Size: 3234 bytes Desc: S/MIME Cryptographic Signature Url :
2011 Jun 08
1
ANOVA with many IV's
I'd like to conduct one-way ANOVA's on multiple IV's. Is there a function for "aov (y~"all of my IV's")? Thank you! -- View this message in context: http://r.789695.n4.nabble.com/ANOVA-with-many-IV-s-tp3583788p3583788.html Sent from the R help mailing list archive at Nabble.com.
2010 Feb 27
0
[LLVMdev] another experimental patch for bug 2606
...upForCrossModuleJITUse(); > before using the EngineBuilder API > For example take: > ExecutionEngine* EE = EngineBuilder(M).create(); > and turn it into: > LLVMSetupForCrossModuleJITUse(); > ExecutionEngine* EE = EngineBuilder(M).create(); > I wrote this somewhat fast so caveat emptor. > Garrison > > >
2004 Jan 06
4
Asterisk feature list: spreadsheet
...more complex, or which would require some web programming, I listed with estimates of how much time it would take to build them. I assumed use of Cisco 7960 phones, so some of the features which are really deskset options I listed as "S"tandard if I were to use 7960 devices. Caveat emptor for other desksets. This is not truly a "comparison", since there are no other columns in the spreadsheet. However, it's good fodder for you to whack your VoIP or PBX vendor on the nose with, since they typically will not be able to match the feature list. Olle: feel free to add...
2015 May 18
1
Linux kernel 3.18.12 and libvirt 1.2.15 for Xen4CentOS in virt6-testing
...lier today, >> virt6-testing also includes an updated 4.4.2 package with the latest >> security update (XSA-133). >> >> The kernel has had some basic testing (by myself, Johnny, and another >> community member), but libvirt is at the moment untested, so caveat >> emptor. >> >> With such a large change, I want to leave both up for a few weeks >> before pushing them into the main repo. Please test them and report >> any errors you find. >> >> As a reminder, you can use the virt6-testing repo by putting the >> following file...
2017 Mar 26
3
Tip: update dovecot MD5 password from PAM
...>> This is a PAM module that listens for password changes, and will update >> the MD5 password for a user, in a file that dovecot can read, when the >> user's password is changed: >> https://github.com/steinarb/pam_dovecotmd5pwd >> >> Caveat emptor! (Works for me...! :-) ) > Maybe you could update the PAM module to upgrade user's passwords to > something safer than MD5? Like SSHA515 or CRYPT-SHA512? =) Is it possible to do CRAM[1] with any of these encryption methods? And, if so: are these encryption methods widely supported by cl...
2005 Feb 24
0
[LLVMdev] Python bindings for LLVM API
...time access to the LLVM bytecode and JIT > execution features from Python. > > The bindings are complete enough so that one can e.g. run the > Fibonacci JIT > demo in Python (see fibonacci.py in the package). Other than this, the > bindings have seen very little testing: caveat emptor! > > Quick start: > - make sure you have Python and Boost.Python installed > - extract Python.tgz (attached) into $LLVM/lib/Python > - cd $LLVM/lib/Python > - make > - export PYTHONPATH=$PYTHONPATH:$LLVM/Debug/bin > - python fibonacci.py > > Mor...
2015 Jul 23
2
[LLVMdev] lli supports different targets than llc?
s/pretty much/definitely/ Even then, “works” is too strong a word. Caveat emptor and all that. > On Jul 23, 2015, at 1:20 PM, Eric Christopher <echristo at gmail.com> wrote: > > > > On Thu, Jul 23, 2015 at 10:31 AM Débora Setton Sanches <setton.debora at gmail.com <mailto:setton.debora at gmail.com>> wrote: > Hi, > > Is it normal...
2011 Jun 20
2
Per-directory brick preference?
Hi, I operate a distributed replicated (1:2) setup that looks like this: server1:bigdisk,server1:smalldisk,server2:bigdisk,server2:smalldisk replica sets are bigdisk-bigdisk and smalldisk-smalldisk. This setup will be extended by another set of four bricks (same setup) within the next few days, and I could make those into another volume entirely, but I''d prefer not to, leaving me with
2010 Jul 13
4
Enable async journals
Hi all, we use SLES 11 and Lustre 1.8.1.1 + patches and like convert a lustre FS using external journals to one with async journals enabled. Question is whether the procedure: umount <filesystem> on all clients umount <osts> on all OSSes e2fsck <ost-device> on all OSSes for all all OSTs tune2fs -O ^has_journal <ost-device> on all
2006 Apr 21
10
Power over Ethernet (PoE) switch recommendations
Hi listers, I am looking for people who have used Power over Ethernet switches, primarily in conjunction with Polycom IP 501's. I've been looking at the Linksys SRW224P, since I've had good luck with the SRW224 in our office. However, Nortel, Cisco, Adtran, etc. all have an offering, all of which vary in price. I would appreciate any input people have to offer. Thanks, James
2018 Jan 24
0
Geometry delaunayn and deldir results, differing results from Octave due to decimal precision?
...question is, what is making the results for the R packages different from each other?" There are literally thousands of R packages, contributed independently by thousands of people. There should be no expectation of consistency or for that matter, "correctness", among them. Caveat emptor. Only within the base R distribution, maintained and mostly written by the R Core team, might such consistency be reasonably expected. Cheers, Bert Bert Gunter "The trouble with having an open mind is that people keep coming along and sticking things into it." -- Opus (aka Berkeley B...
2008 Dec 11
2
MeetMe echo problems with more than two participants
Hi Asterisk Users, we are using Asterisk 1.4.18.1 on debian 4.0 etch, pwlib 1.10 and openh323 1.18. We are using MeetMe for conference calls and with two participants there is no echo problems, but with more than two participants there is a lot of echo that sometimes disappear for a short time and all function well. Someone have some suggestions?? Do you ever used app_conference
2017 Mar 11
2
Is there a way to know the target's L1 data cache line size?
Thank you! Is this information available programmatically through some LLVM API, so that next time some hardware manufacturer does some crazy experiment, my code can be automatically compatible with it as soon as LLVM is? Le 11/03/2017 à 13:38, Bruce Hoult a écrit : > PowerPC G5 (970) and all recent IBM Power have 128 byte cache lines. I > believe Itanium is also 128. > >