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2005 Dec 27
9
2.6.14 - HTB/SFQ QoS broken?
Hello, First of all, I already contacted Martin Devera, the developer of HTB, and he told me to search for help on this mailinglist, thus I am describing my problems here now... I am kind of seriously annoyed by QoS as I have been trying for over 3 years to get it working properly - first I did not understand how it works, then it seemed not to work, then it was working perfectly for half a
2018 Aug 24
3
Mail has quit working
On Fri, 24 Aug 2018 at 14:15, TE Dukes <tdukes at palmettoshopper.com> wrote: > > #hosts: db files nisplus nis dns > hosts: dns files myhostname > ^^^ that's probably broke also. hosts: files dns That should be it. Putting dns first works if you can guarentee that DNS works fine all the time but if your DNS caches that localhost doesn't exist then /etc/hosts isn't used. > aliases: files nisplus since you are doing email aliases: files -- Stephen J Smoogen.
2009 Mar 15
1
Add vorbis_dsp_init() ?
Hi, This mozilla bug report is a crash triggered by a Vorbis file with corrupt headers: https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=481601 The patch to fix the crash adds a new vorbis_dsp_init() function to libvorbis, and calls that from fs_vorbis_init() in libfishsound: https://bug481601.bugzilla.mozilla.org/attachment.cgi?id=366150 The public function it adds is:
2018 Aug 25
3
Mail has quit working
...wrote: > > > > > > > > #hosts: db files nisplus nis dns > > > hosts: dns files myhostname > > > > > > > ^^^ that's probably broke also. > > hosts: files dns > > > > That should be it. Putting dns first works if you can guarentee that > > DNS works fine all the time but if your DNS caches that localhost > > doesn't exist then /etc/hosts isn't used. > > > > > aliases: files nisplus > > > > since you are doing email > > > > aliases: files > > > &gt...
2007 May 22
6
xen version compatibility
If I have a linux kernel on dom0 from xen 3.0.2 and my xen binary is version 3.1.0, can I expect things to work? What about if my dom0 kernel and xen binary are both 3.1.0 and I have a para virt domU with xen 3.0.2 code in? What about if the tools are from a different version of xen? I''m asking because I''m running fedora 6 and I''d like to try out xen 3.1.0 or 3.0.4
2005 Jun 09
3
Understanding of HTB classes
Hi all, I have configured HTB classes on my public interface. I have split the bandwidth among two subclasses say 1:2 and 1:3. Lets say if I configure the rate limit of say 1:2 as 250kbps with a ceil setting of 1000kbps, I presume it means that the class can have bandwidth upto 1000kbps, provided the bandwidth is unused, if not it is assured a bandwidth of 250kbps. Is my understanding
2006 Dec 11
4
Holding an ActiveRecord object for later use.
This is probably a noob question.. I have a fairly large query (the result takes along time to return) that I need to export to CSV after it is displayed with a view. Basically a link at the bottom of the page, "Export to CSV". I''ve found the rails wiki solution: http://wiki.rubyonrails.com/rails/pages/HowtoExportDataAsCSV . The only problem is that I would
2005 Dec 14
3
exact rate
Hello I am using htb (krenel 2.6.14.3 + esfq patch from fatooh.org) to limit the bandwidth. But I want the absolute maximum rate to be for example 5Mbit and not to exceed it. here is the script: $tc qdisc add dev ${NETIF} root handle 1 htb r2q 4 $tc class add dev ${NETIF} parent 1: classid 1:21 htb rate 5Mbit ceil 5Mbit $tc class add dev ${NETIF} parent 1:21 classid 1:101 htb rate 2Mbit ceil
2002 Nov 19
1
forwarding features
...tunnel, but I don't know the port to listen on since someone else may already be using that port (well I can select the port at random, but that isn't safe either -- perhaps port 0 should ask sshd to select any free port). If I could port-forward unix-domain sockets then the name could be guarenteed unique, similarly if the forwarding could be added after running code we would be ok too. [ Well I could do it with external code at both ends I suppose, but that just makes it harder to run on some platforms ... ] -- Jon Peatfield, DAMTP, Computer Officer, University of Cambridge Telephone...
2012 Nov 21
3
Reentrant NMIs, MCEs and interrupt stack tables.
...iginal context. This situation can be detected, but cannot be corrected, and the only course of action is to crash gracefully. The above problem made me wonder why we use separate stacks for NMIs and MCEs. I completely accept that the double fault handler should be on a separate stack, but as we guarentee never to return from it, these problems disappear. Is there any particular reason to have separate stacks for NMIs and MCEs, other than perhaps that it is good/common practice? I can''t think of any other reasons offhand. (I am not necessarily advocating that we combine NMIs and MCEs...
2018 Apr 16
0
Question concerning llvm::BlockAddress class
...lass help me > when it's working on the IR level? If BlockAddress class is not the way to go, > is there another api function that I can use to obtain the addresses? Hi Brenda, you can bitcast a BlockAdress to an intptr and then manipulate it as you want. Unfortunately, there' is no guarentee that you can do anything appart jumping to this adress from the same function, as described in the langref http://llvm.org/docs/LangRef.html#addresses-of-basic-blocks This value only has defined behavior when used as an operand to the ‘indirectbr‘ instruction, or for compar...
2005 Dec 27
5
class exceeds its ceil
Hi, I have a setup like this: class 1:1 rate 7600kbit (on a imq device) | |\class 1:10 rate 100kbit ceil 5600kbit prio 7 (here goes p2p traffic) \class 1:12 rate 7500kbit ceil 7600kbit | |\class 1:121 rate 3100 ceil 7500kbit prio 0 |\class 1:122 rate 2200 ceil 7500kbit prio 2 \class 1:123 rate 2200 ceil 7500kbit prio
2018 Apr 16
2
Question concerning llvm::BlockAddress class
Hi all, I have a question concerning block address class in LLVM. I am currently working on a project where I need to obtain and manipulate basic block virtual addresses. I was searching the web and found the llvm::BlockAddress class (http://llvm.org/doxygen/classllvm_1_1BlockAddress.html). With this class I was able to obtain a printout like this: i8* blockaddress(@func_name,
2006 Jun 22
3
best way to generate sums of groups
I''m a rails newby, so I''m trying to wrap my head around how to tackle this, since my first few attempts failed. Let''s say your database looks like this: Users id, name, created_at Points id, user_id, value, created_at Users complete different tasks and are awarded varying levels of points, which are recorded in the Points table. What if you wanted to display a
2008 Jun 18
7
Object Task at episode 74 of railscasts
Hi. In the episode 74 <http://railscasts.com/episodes/74>, Ryan has a model "project" that can have many "tasks", and he uses link_to_function to dynamically add a field in the form for a new Task. In order to do that he created a helper called add_task_link. The code of the method is: # projects_helper.rb def add_task_link(name) link_to_function
2012 Nov 12
12
nomenclature for conf files
It might sound stupid, but I''d like to know if there''s any difference. Are those 3 line the same? WITH_KMS=YES WITH_KMS="YES" WITH_KMS=yes Best regards Zoran
2005 Nov 02
4
must cut the line down too much for shaping to work
Hi, my situation: One internet connection 256 kbps uplink/downlink, pretty stable speed, a Linux router with three NICs (one to ISP, one to DMZ and one with VLANs enabled to our LAN). Each of three VLANs (1, 10, 11) is a region for me; id 1 gets guaranteed 128 kbps, id 10 and 11 both get guaranteed 64 kbps (both uplink and downlink). Simple configuration. After I read relevant parts of lartc
2019 Aug 01
3
[PATCH V2 7/9] vhost: do not use RCU to synchronize MMU notifier with worker
...eaders, no need any > synchronization. For mapping [2], synchronize through RCU (or something > simliar to seqlock). You can't really use a seqlock, seqlocks are collision-retry locks, and the semantic here is that invalidate_range_start *MUST* not continue until thread doing #4 above is guarenteed no longer touching the memory. This must be a proper barrier, like a spinlock, mutex, or synchronize_rcu. And, again, you can't re-invent a spinlock with open coding and get something better. Jason
2019 Aug 01
3
[PATCH V2 7/9] vhost: do not use RCU to synchronize MMU notifier with worker
...eaders, no need any > synchronization. For mapping [2], synchronize through RCU (or something > simliar to seqlock). You can't really use a seqlock, seqlocks are collision-retry locks, and the semantic here is that invalidate_range_start *MUST* not continue until thread doing #4 above is guarenteed no longer touching the memory. This must be a proper barrier, like a spinlock, mutex, or synchronize_rcu. And, again, you can't re-invent a spinlock with open coding and get something better. Jason
2010 Nov 26
2
[LLVMdev] ARM Intruction Constraint DestReg!=SrcReg patch?
...but this was not a > retrospective change. That is, for ARMv4T and ARMv5TE the combination is > still officially unpredictable. > > The comment in the ARM Architecture Reference Manual is intended as a > helpful note. However, in some ways it is unhelpful as there is still > no guarentee that a given implementation will support it.The > comment has since been removed from the latest edition. > > The advise would be to assume that restriction still applies to ARMv4T or > ARMv5TE when developing portable code Thus, if I want to follow this advice, is there a way to forc...