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2008 Feb 05
2
Storeconfigs question.
Hi What does this error-message mean, and how do I preceed? err: Could not store configs: You cannot call create unless the parent is saved Magnar _______________________________________________ Puppet-users mailing list Puppet-users@madstop.com https://mail.madstop.com/mailman/listinfo/puppet-users
2005 May 28
4
bitopts functions overflowing page boundarys
u.inuse.type_info is at the end of the pfn_info structure, and is u32 for both x86_32 and x86_64--in this location it can also be the last 32 bits of a page. several functions use bitopts.h functions to manipulate this member, and on x86_64 these functions use u64 instructions, which will overflow the page boundary, and possibly the end of memory as we see here: (XEN)
2003 Jun 07
1
New htree patches?
Hello, Could someone create some newer htree patches for the 2.4.x kernel? There are some bug fixes in the 2.4.21-rc releases that would be nice to have but the htree patches preceed those and they won't apply cleanly to later pre/rc kernels. It sounds like Marcelo may be about ready to put out 2.4.21 so it may just be worth holding off until that happens, but I don't suspect much will change between the rc7 and the release. If someone could give me a pointer to n...
2016 May 14
3
Questions... connecting Asterisk to the World
...Asterisks server in the middle.... <phone> <--> Siemens HiCOM <-ISDN-> NTBA <-...-> PBX Telekom A phone connected to the switch requests an "Outgoing" line by dialing "0". The party is connected via ISDN to the carrier (deutsche Telekom) where the party preceeds to dial numbers... and the call is connected.... What I can see while I am dialing is that with every digit I press it is being displayed on my phone. Further more, these digits are being processed by the carrier. The call goes through, rings, immediately on completion on the number or is reje...
2020 Jun 16
2
firewall help request (solved)
...achines on a gateway: iptables -I FORWARD -p tcp --dport 22 -i {name-of-internal-interface} -j DROP So, for example, if your internal interface is, for example, /dev/enp2s0, you'd write iptables -I FORWARD -p tcp --dport 22 -i enp2s0 -j DROP If you want to log such attempts, preceed it with a log request. Since I'm using the -I command (insert at top), it means the log request is entered second: iptables -I FORWARD -p tcp --dport 22 -i {name-of-internal-interface} -j LOG --log-prefix "LOOK HERE" If someone can suggest a firewall-cmd equivalent, it would...
2004 Apr 02
6
wondershaper question
Hi I am very unclear about the wonder shaper and a bit of a novice with Unix all together I have a question for you and I hope you can answer Basically my office is getting a couple of people slowing down the network so ive been looking around and found wondershaper What I want to know is that can I rather than having low priority ports have it with high priority ports And
2020 Sep 07
2
Metadata in LLVM back-end
...tions then it should be > possible to place them such that this is not an issue; for example, you > could place them immediately before the "real" instruction. I do not think this would be possible: before register allocation, code is SSA form, thus the annotated instruction *must* preceeds the intrinsic annotating it. An alternative is to place the annotating intrinsic before the instruction who ends the specific live-range (not necessarely be an immediate predecessor). Just to point out a problem to cope with: instruction scheduling must be aware of this particular positioning of...
2016 Sep 29
1
linking external library into module
...ning of $(LDFLAGS) I might get three lines of printed output from three consecutive printf() statements, but adding a fourth consecutive printf() statement and recompiling will yield output from only the first printf(), not the second, third, or fourth. Move the $(LDFLAGS) in the ld command so they preceed the -o option and the generated binary works correctly in both cases. It's almost like ld is performing in-order processing of its command line flags. To put is more clearly, it's like ld is applying behaviorial command line flags to the objects that follow the flags, but not to objects th...
2008 Apr 21
0
[LLVMdev] RFC: PowerPC tail call optimization patch
...#47; Variable argument functions + // are not supported. Why two separate lines? + if (!PerformTailCallOpt || + cast<ConstantSDNode>(Call.getOperand(2))->getValue() != 0) return false; + + + + So many blank lines... :-) + // Check whether CALL node immediatly preceeds the RET node and whether the + // return uses the result of the node or is a void return. + unsigned NumOps = Ret.getNumOperands(); + if ((NumOps == 1 && + (Ret.getOperand(0) == SDOperand(Call.Val,1) || + Ret.getOperand(0) == SDOperand(Call.Val,0))) || + (Num...
2017 Jan 25
3
Moving to new password scheme
...} within passdb queries (that's why the home as userdb_home, \ > uid as userdb_uid, gid as userdb_gid, '%w' as userdb_plain_pass entries; the prefix userdb_ indicates that data) and store it for later use by the prefetch database. > > That's why the prefetch userdb has to preceed the other ones, because if the passdb query filled in the values, the later userdb entries are ignored. So Place it first (or at least before all the sql stuff)? > You've noticed the '%w' as userdb_plain_pass ? That stores the plain password (if any) to the virtual prefetch userdb...
2008 Apr 22
2
[LLVMdev] RFC: PowerPC tail call optimization patch
...47;/ are not supported. > > Why two separate lines? there once was some text ... done. > So many blank lines... :-) done :) you wouldn't have by any chance an evan awk script that checks for my stupid fomatting mistakes :) > + // Check whether CALL node immediatly preceeds the RET node and > whether the > + // return uses the result of the node or is a void return. > + unsigned NumOps = Ret.getNumOperands(); > + if ((NumOps == 1 && > + (Ret.getOperand(0) == SDOperand(Call.Val,1) || > + Ret.getOperand(0) == SDOp...
2008 Apr 16
2
[LLVMdev] RFC: PowerPC tail call optimization patch
Hello Dale, this is an updated version of the tail call optimization patch for powerpc. could you have a look at it? i added code to support ppc64 (untested, will try to get access to ppc64 on a friend's machine). incorporated evan's formatting suggestions. ;) will run another round of testing (llvm-test) on my powerpc g4/800 when i get the okay to commit. testing on this machine
2017 Jan 25
2
Moving to new password scheme
> On Jan 25, 2017, at 1:09 AM, Alessio Cecchi <alessio at skye.it> wrote: > > Il 24/01/2017 23:29, @lbutlr ha scritto: >> dovecot is setup on a system with MD5-CRYPT password scheme for all users, and I would like to update this to something that is secure, probably SSHA256-CRYPT, but I want to do this seamlessly without the users having to jump through any hoops.
2004 May 28
2
WINE & LWSN
Hi All, I've heard lots of people are successfully runing LWSN using WINE. I've tried and it tries to run, but then I get endless repeats of the line: fixme:heap:RtlCompactHeap stub What does this mean? Other programs run fine, like notepad. Lightwav.exe even runs, somewhat... Help!
2006 May 17
0
RJS referring to window.parent
.../head> <body></body> </html> #### END CODE #### Sounds like it will work. But here''s the catch: all the elements that the RJS code above is referring to are supposed to be in the same page where the output javascript is. The only way to refer to them is to preceed their ID''s with "window.parent.document.getElementById", so the code inside the iframe is actually targetting the page "hosting" it, and that''s where the elements we want to manipulate are. So my question is: is there a way to do it via RJS? I thought that som...
2009 Jul 12
0
Missing CLI
...;m using PrivacyGuard to filter calls from withheld numbers. A few percent of incoming calls from my BT landline where I know the caller does not withhold their number. BT deny that they're not passing CLI from all calls. In /var/log/asterisk/messages, the following three lines preceed every such call so far: [Jul 11 11:52:28] NOTICE[23198] chan_dahdi.c: Got event 18 (Ring Begin)... [Jul 11 11:52:29] NOTICE[23198] chan_dahdi.c: Got event 2 (Ring/Answered)... [Jul 11 11:52:31] NOTICE[23198] chan_dahdi.c: Got event 18 (Ring Begin)... These lines do not appear when CLI is pass...
2008 Jun 22
1
Rsync + crontab centos5.1
Just looking at the "man rsync". Might as well be duagnosing a plattypus. I have made a dir on my Cent samba shares to setup a local fedora.repo (1) How do I get it to run weekly at a certain time. is this correct? crontab -e 22 7 0 0 /usr/bin/rsync -va /Fedora-Mirror /local samba share. (2) Trying to get cron it run 10pm every saturday night. Log whats
2009 Nov 18
1
[PATCH] generator: Fix API of functions that return RBufferOut
-- Richard Jones, Virtualization Group, Red Hat http://people.redhat.com/~rjones virt-df lists disk usage of guests without needing to install any software inside the virtual machine. Supports Linux and Windows. http://et.redhat.com/~rjones/virt-df/
2014 Sep 19
2
negative auth cache?
I am using Dovecot 2.2.13, which doesn't yet seem to have the $auth_cache_negative parameter. Should the negative cache value honor $auth_cache_ttl then? I had a problem where some of our ldap systems were reinitialized. Some users, presumably those who tried to login while their records were returning a failure, became unable to login after the records were once again returning normally. I
2003 Sep 12
0
[LLVMdev] LLVM for dynamic languages
...you have a program that looks like this: (8*(4/2)) print The LLVM constant folding optimizations will not be able to fold these constants, because they are actually instances of the SmallInteger class, which have dynamically dispatched messages to perform the operations. Now, however, if you preceed the standard LLVM optimizations with some simple partial evaluation/resolution transformations, you can show that * and / will resolve to the implementations in the SmallInteger class. As such, you can convert it to a direct call, have it inlined, and the objects themselves would be turned...