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2016 Mar 16
2
Index corruption in 2.2.18
We are using dbox with lz4 compression and dovecot-lda + sieve for delivery. Mail recieved: Mar 16 06:27:55 mail2 dovecot: lda(svs at example.com): sieve: msgid=<20160316032754.4C89D2C4 at rdbms.oldstable.office.example.com>: stored mail into mailbox 'INBOX' Around 08:14:00 user start his thunderbird with local filters. He found one mail without headers. Around that time user do repair folder in thunderbird: Ma...
2008 Feb 27
0
Samba suddenly not working, and all I did was change hard drives!
...to upgrade hard drives in the RAID controller, to create a 200 gb container (rather than the 100 gb container we had). So, hard drives were changed, and all our good data dropped right back on the new drives. All looked good. The clients can see the domain controller (Babylon), browse the domain (SVS), read and write files, etcetera. But they cannot join the domain! As an aside, browsing the domain is recorded in the SAMBA logs on the server, but requests to join the domain are not. 1: The Babylon SAMBA server is physically the exact same machine, configured the exact same way as it was be...
1999 Feb 26
1
Re: trailing zeroes
> Date: Fri, 26 Feb 1999 09:59:39 +0000 > From: Bendix Carstensen <bxc at svs.dk> > When you require 2 digits you expect to find 5.96 printed Correction, _you_ expect! Very few computer programs do that. You cannot `require' two digits by options(digits=2): ?options says digits: controls the number of digits to print when print- ing numeric values...
2013 Aug 30
1
libvirt-qemu/kvm passthru w/Intel 82598EB
...e know if I need to set any special options for the ixgbe driver under libvirt? TIA, -- Laurence Schuler (Larry) Laurence.Schuler@nasa.gov Systems Support ADNET Systems, Inc Scientific Visualization Studio http://svs.gsfc.nasa.gov NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center, Code 606.4 phone: 1-301-286-1799 Greenbelt, MD 20771 fax: 1-301-286-1634 Note: I am not a government employee and have no authority to obligate any federal, state or local government to perform any action or...
1999 Feb 25
1
HTML-documentaion on NT
...ensen | | Statistician tel: +45 35 30 01 00 | | Danish Zoonosis Centre dir: +45 35 30 01 39 | | Danish Veterinary Laboratory fax: +45 35 30 01 20 | | B?lowsvej 27 e-mail: bxc at svs.dk | | DK-1790 K?benhavn V | | Denmark Ooooo | +-------------------------ooooO----( )-----------------------+ ( ) ) / \ ( (_/...
2010 Jun 10
0
Re: [Bug 602599] New: [RFE] A new API for custom cleanup prior to close in perl bindings
...(2) Even if you explicitly close the handle, the closure will still capture $g and prevent the handle from being freed (the reasons are this are quite subtle -- see perlcall(3) discussion of call_sv for the full details). (3) Whatever you do, you end up with a static array in the XS code storing SVs which has all sorts of horrible thread safety issues. Again, see perlcall(3) for the details. (4) guestfs_close can be called from exit (via an atexit handler) and it's not at all clear that the Perl interpreter won't have been shut down by the time we try to invoke the closure, resulting...
2017 Jun 18
0
R_using non linear regression with constraints
I ran the following script. I satisfied the constraint by making a*b a single parameter, which isn't always possible. I also ran nlxb() from nlsr package, and this gives singular values of the Jacobian. In the unconstrained case, the svs are pretty awful, and I wouldn't trust the results as a model, though the minimum is probably OK. The constrained result has a much larger sum of squares. Notes: 1) nlsr has been flagged with a check error by CRAN (though it is in the vignette, and also mentions pandoc a couple of times). I...
2017 Jun 18
3
R_using non linear regression with constraints
https://cran.r-project.org/web/views/Optimization.html (Cran's optimization task view -- as always, you should search before posting) In general, nonlinear optimization with nonlinear constraints is hard, and the strategy used here (multiplying by a*b < 1000) may not work -- it introduces a discontinuity into the objective function, so gradient based methods may in
2017 Jun 18
3
R_using non linear regression with constraints
...nd On Sun, 18 Jun 2017, J C Nash wrote: > I ran the following script. I satisfied the constraint by > making a*b a single parameter, which isn't always possible. > I also ran nlxb() from nlsr package, and this gives singular > values of the Jacobian. In the unconstrained case, the svs are > pretty awful, and I wouldn't trust the results as a model, though > the minimum is probably OK. The constrained result has a much > larger sum of squares. > > Notes: > 1) nlsr has been flagged with a check error by CRAN (though it > is in the vignette, and also mentio...
2017 Jun 18
0
R_using non linear regression with constraints
...17, J C Nash wrote: > >> I ran the following script. I satisfied the constraint by >> making a*b a single parameter, which isn't always possible. >> I also ran nlxb() from nlsr package, and this gives singular >> values of the Jacobian. In the unconstrained case, the svs are >> pretty awful, and I wouldn't trust the results as a model, though >> the minimum is probably OK. The constrained result has a much >> larger sum of squares. >> >> Notes: >> 1) nlsr has been flagged with a check error by CRAN (though it >> is in t...
2001 Dec 20
4
conflicting results on NA in a qda predicted object:
Dear list, (I've not upgraded to R1.4 yet) I have the following $class component in a predict.qda object: > unique(mod23S.qda.pred$class) [1] 12 17 8 10 4 9 5 13 14 19 20 15 6 3 7 1 23 11 18 21 16 2 22 NA Levels: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 Nevertheless, when I try to identify the individual(s) with NA, I get: >