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2007 Jul 19
1
errmsg question
Am seeing: > Jul 19 14:59:19 mercury mail:err|error dovecot: IMAP(jab): dotlock /var/spool/mail/jab.lock was immediately delet > ed under us > Jul 19 14:59:19 mercury mail:err|error dovecot: IMAP(jab): file_lock_dotlock() failed with mbox file /var/spool/m > ail/jab: No such file or directory what does it mean, what should I be doing to alleviate or
2005 Jan 28
2
Fwd and Tollfree
Hallo all do any of you know if the toll free access to the Netherlands is still working via FWD or Iaxtel? thanks liaan --------------------------------- Do you Yahoo!? Yahoo! Search presents - Jib Jab's 'Second Term' -------------- next part -------------- An HTML attachment was scrubbed... URL:
2012 May 03
2
template homedir and idmap_ad
Some empirical testing shows that if I am using the idmap_ad module the template homedir parameter in smb.conf is ignored. I would just like to determine if this is the correct behaviour or if I am doing something wrong. JAB. -- Jonathan A. Buzzard Email: jonathan (at) buzzard.me.uk Fife, United Kingdom.
2016 Aug 22
3
Instruction itineraries and fence/barrier instructions
...movimmshf32 r1, r1, %lo(write_me) store r0, r1, 0, 32 fence 2 movimm r0, %hi(read_me), 64 movimmshf32 r0, r0, %lo(read_me) load r1, r0, 0, 32 bitop1 r509, r510, 0, OR, 64 load r510, r509, 0, 64 addI r509, r509, 16, 64 jabs r511 Note the separation between the store prior to the fence and the code that comes after. Now that we've got itineraries in place we see: subI r509, r509, 16, 64 store r510, r509, 0, 64 bitop1 r510, r509, 0, OR, 64 movimm r1, %hi(write_me), 6...
2016 Aug 22
2
Instruction itineraries and fence/barrier instructions
...fence 2 > > movimm r0, %hi(read_me), 64 > > movimmshf32 r0, r0, %lo(read_me) > > load r1, r0, 0, 32 > > bitop1 r509, r510, 0, OR, 64 > > load r510, r509, 0, 64 > > addI r509, r509, 16, 64 > > jabs r511 > > > > Note the separation between the store prior to the fence and the code > that comes after. > > > > Now that we've got itineraries in place we see: > > > > subI r509, r509, 16, 64 > > store r510, r509, 0, 64 > &...
2005 Feb 01
5
IAX registration keep alives
hallo all could anyone tell me how to get the * to send keepalive packets over a registration "trunk" or how to increase the amount I'm having natting issues, (the machine is siting behind 2 nat firewalls) thanks liaan --------------------------------- Do you Yahoo!? Yahoo! Search presents - Jib Jab's 'Second Term' -------------- next part -------------- An HTML
2012 Jan 11
4
MSDFS on [homes] share for two samba servers
Hello list, we have two samba servers on two localities with bigger distance between them. On both localities there are organizational staff working. And I am trying to configure homedirectories for all of staff in this way: - all users will have same beginning part of URL path where is their homedir located (i.e. \\files.example.com\loginname) for unification and central acces - but because
2013 Jul 08
1
Centos 6 + Samba 4 + Memeber server of AD 2008
Hi, I am trying to add a fresh install Centos 6 to a Windows 2008 AD like a member I follow this steps: Yum install samba 4* Then I modify smb.conf, krb5.conf and nsswitch.conf like this Smb.conf [global] workgroup = ESPECTADOR security = ADS realm = ESPECTADOR.COM.UY encrypt passwords = yes password server = serv1 idmap config *:backend = tdb idmap config *:range =
2016 Nov 03
2
rotl: undocumented LLVM instruction?
...of the xor & and there ends up giving us suboptimal results as compared with 3.6. For example, in 3.6 the generated code is simply: bclr64: # @bclr64 # BB#0: # %entry addI r1, r1, -1, 64 bclr r1, r0, r1, 64 jabs r511 Whereas with 3.9 the generated code is: bclr64: # @bclr64 # BB#0: # %entry addI r1, r1, -1, 64 movimm r2, -2, 64 rol r1, r2, r1, 64 bitop1 r1, r0, r1, AND, 64 jabs r511...
2016 Nov 03
3
rotl: undocumented LLVM instruction?
...mpared with 3.6. >> >> For example, in 3.6 the generated code is simply: >> >> bclr64: # @bclr64 >> # BB#0: # %entry >> addI r1, r1, -1, 64 >> bclr r1, r0, r1, 64 >> jabs r511 >> >> Whereas with 3.9 the generated code is: >> >> bclr64: # @bclr64 >> # BB#0: # %entry >> addI r1, r1, -1, 64 >> movimm r2, -2, 64 >> rol r1, r...
2005 Feb 15
2
[LLVMdev] Entry block (Randomisation)
Tanu Sharma wrote: > Hello, > > In an attempt to randomise the basic blocks in a function, is it > possible that I can randomise the entry block as well? And maybe insert > some instructions in the pass to call entry block while running the > program ? > > Is it feasible? > > What does entry block consist of ? The entry block, by definition, is the first basic
2005 Feb 02
1
Migration Errors
Hi, I am trying to migrate a domain (testDomain) from node1 to node2. Here is some information about the problem: node1#: xm migrate testDomain node2 After the command is executed, there is some communication between the node1 and node2 Xen hosts. xfrd daemon (which is forked by xend) is primarily responsible for vm migration and there is error in its log (/var/log/xfrd.log)
2004 Sep 24
1
HOWTO? Upgrade Centos-2 to Centos-3
I've been Googling on this all day, installing GPG Keys, and trying different yum configurations. I noticed a similar question in the list a couple of months ago about going from RHEL to Centos-3, but the answer wasn't definitive. Has anyone done this? Can this be done? Can it be done with yum? If so, how? When I 'yum update' I get /usr/bin/yum, yummain.main,
2005 Jan 31
1
smbcquotas (Need help with command syntax)
I need to setup quota on //server/home for user a to 1GB and on //server/client (for all users on this share) to 10GB May you please let me know the exact command to be used for this? Also, do I need to add any other parameter in smb.conf in order to make quotas work? I have compiled samba with quotas option. Thank you. --------------------------------- Do you Yahoo!?
2005 Feb 02
1
doubts: cross compiling iproute2
i tried to cross compile iproute2 on a linux machine using a cross compiler for ppc750. i have some questions: 1) make tries to execute tc/normal, tc/paretonormal, tc/pareto to make distribution files like normal.dist because i am cross compiling the object files can''t be executed. will it suffice if i copy the distribution files from my linux iproute2 compilation to the
2005 Feb 15
2
[LLVMdev] Removing $(LLVM_SRC_ROOT)/autoconf dependensies in Stacker, llvm-java [PATCH]
On Mon, 14 Feb 2005, Reid Spencer wrote: > isn't necessarily tied to LLVM. Anyway, lets cross that bridge when we > get there. Sounds good. -Chris -- http://nondot.org/sabre/ http://llvm.cs.uiuc.edu/
2005 Feb 15
0
[LLVMdev] Entry block (Randomisation)
Hello, In an attempt to randomise the basic blocks in a function, is it possible that I can randomise the entry block as well? And maybe insert some instructions in the pass to call entry block while running the program ? Is it feasible? What does entry block consist of ? Thanks Tanu --------------------------------- Do you Yahoo!? Yahoo! Search presents - Jib Jab's 'Second
2005 Feb 21
2
[LLVMdev] DSG Visualization
Hello, Is it possible to display the data structure graphs created by the Data Structure Analysis using a visualization tool? Thanks --------------------------------- Do you Yahoo!? Yahoo! Search presents - Jib Jab's 'Second Term' -------------- next part -------------- An HTML attachment was scrubbed... URL:
2005 Feb 07
2
Pro biz Asterisk
Dear All, . After installing, testing and like many other I found that Asterisk is reliable and a great Open source telephony solutions for a professional use. I would like to create a business with *, offering it as a IP PBX solution to customer, as a server, whatever with some Digium HW and SIP phone, .. etc. Asking for something that might have been asked. What are the implications for
2016 Nov 03
2
rotl: undocumented LLVM instruction?
...or example, in 3.6 the generated code is simply: > > bclr64: # @bclr64 > # BB#0: # %entry > addI r1, r1, -1, 64 > bclr r1, r0, r1, 64 > jabs r511 > > Whereas with 3.9 the generated code is: > > bclr64: # @bclr64 > # BB#0: # %entry > addI r1, r1, -1, 64 > movimm r2, -2,...