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2004 Dec 26
4
R's IO speed
R-devel now has some improved versions of read.table and write.table. For a million-row data frame containing one number, one factor with few levels and one logical column, a 56Mb object. generating it takes 4.5 secs. calling summary() on it takes 2.2 secs. writing it takes 8 secs and an additional 10Mb. saving it in .rda format takes 4 secs. reading it naively takes 28 secs and an additional 240Mb reading it carefully (using nrows, colClasses and comment.char) takes 16 secs and an additional 150...
2018 Feb 26
0
答复: [ctdb] Unable to take recovery lock - contention
Am Montag, 26. Februar 2018, 17:26:06 CET schrieb zhu.shangzhong--- via samba: Decoded base64 encoded body with some chinese characters: ------------------原始邮件------------------ 发件人:朱尚忠10137461 收件人:samba at lists.samba.org <samba at lists.samba.org> 日 期 :2018年02月26日 17:10 主 题 :[ctdb] Unable to take recovery lock - contention When the ctdb is starting, the "Unable to take recovery lock
2018 Feb 26
2
答复: [ctdb] Unable to take recovery lock - contention
------------------原始邮件------------------ 发件人:朱尚忠10137461 收件人:samba@lists.samba.org <samba@lists.samba.org> 日 期 :2018年02月26日 17:10 主 题 :[ctdb] Unable to take recovery lock - contention When the ctdb is starting, the "Unable to take recovery lock - contention" log will be output all the time. Which cases will the "unable to take lock" errror be output? Thanks! The
2018 Feb 26
2
[ctdb] Unable to take recovery lock - contention
When the ctdb is starting, the "Unable to take recovery lock - contention" log will be output all the time. Which cases will the "unable to take lock" errror be output? Thanks! The following the ctdb logs: 2018/02/12 19:38:51.147959 ctdbd[5615]: CTDB starting on node 2018/02/12 19:38:51.528921 ctdbd[6602]: Starting CTDBD (Version 4.6.10) as PID: 6602 2018/02/12 19:38:51.529060
2017 Jul 10
2
Conditional Register Assignment based on the no of loop iterations
hello, i have a situation where i have to assign the registers to instructions based on the loop iterations. for eg.. the registers are: R_0_V_0, R_0_V_1, R_0_V_2, R_0_V_3, R_1_V_0, R_1_V_1, R_1_V_2, R_1_V_3, R_2_V_0, R_2_V_1, R_2_V_2, R_2_V_3. These registers defined in object Reg_A These are total 12 registers. will use them contiguously, here i define it in above mentioned order i.e
2014 Mar 03
6
[Bug 2207] New: Potential NULL deference, found using coverity
https://bugzilla.mindrot.org/show_bug.cgi?id=2207 Bug ID: 2207 Summary: Potential NULL deference, found using coverity Product: Portable OpenSSH Version: -current Hardware: Other OS: FreeBSD Status: NEW Severity: enhancement Priority: P5 Component: sshd Assignee:
2018 Feb 26
0
[ctdb] Unable to take recovery lock - contention
When the ctdb is starting, the "Unable to take recovery lock - contention" log will be output all the time. Which cases will the "unable to take lock" errror be output? Thanks! The following the ctdb logs: 2018/02/12 19:38:51.147959 ctdbd[5615]: CTDB starting on node 2018/02/12 19:38:51.528921 ctdbd[6602]: Starting CTDBD (Version 4.6.10) as PID: 6602 2018/02/12 19:38:51.529060
2008 Oct 02
1
Services take a long time during initialzation (LDAP-authentication)
Hi! I've got a CentOS4.7-machine as a fileserver. The machine also serves as the LDAP-server against which all regular users are authenticated. The problem I am having is that the machine takes a very long time to boot. Most of the services start up rather quick, but three services take quite a long time (extending the boot time to over half an hour, which is .... long) The three services are (in that order): - NFS statd - LDAP - NFS quota As soon as the LDAP-Service (and sshd) has...
2014 Aug 06
2
Re: [libvirt] libvirt external disk-only snapshot will pause the VM?
yes, I got your point, thanks very much Eric. If I want to take a distributed snapshot, which need pause all the VMs and then take snapshot, how can I control the pause for all the VMs? Is there only way that I turn to freeze/thaw functions? and freeze/thaw only for file systems, not for the whole guest, am I right? Thanks a lot! Best, Yuanzhen On Wed, Aug 6, 2014 at 11:35 AM, Eric Blake
2008 Aug 01
3
[LLVMdev] Using intrinsics with memory operands
Hi all, I was wondering how to use variations of intrinsic functions that take a memory operand. Take for example the SSE4.1 pmovsxbd instruction. One variant takes two XMM registers, while another has a 32-bit memory location as source operand. The latter is quite interesting if you know you're reading from memory anyway, and if it's not 16-byte aligned. It looks like LLVM's Intrinsic::x86_sse41_pmovsxbd expects a v16i8 as source operand though. S...
2007 Jul 24
3
File/Folder Ownership - Cygwin/Rsync - Is it possible to get around rsync taking file ownership?
Case point: 2 Servers (both with Windows Server 2k3 & cygwin). Running ssh on the destination server. Problem: The rsync user will take ownership over any files copied over from the source server. This takes ownership away from the administrators group, thus disallowing inherited permissions. Is there any way around not taking ownership away from the administrators group and giving it to the rsync user? I've seen this done with the cwRsync package, but unfortunately our security group will allow...
2006 Mar 18
9
Mirror Mirror on the wall, who is the slowest of them all? CentOS
Some of the other RHEL rebuilds take one or two days, while CentOS takes 2 weeks. While i can't say if they have more than a hundred users, their speed in releasing quarterly updates is commendable. Technically CentOS is not the slowest, as Whitebox takes the wooden spoon but you get the general idea. :) __________________________________________________ Do You Y...
2017 Jul 10
2
Conditional Register Assignment based on the no of loop iterations
Here basically my problem is vector width since i have used v64i32 in my backend. now if vector width=64. i want the Reg_B class registers to be assigned and if vector width=2048 i want Reg_A registers to be assigned to instruction. Should i incorporate the solution in lowering stage? some thing like; addRegisterClass(MVT::v2048i32, &X86::Reg_B);
2011 Aug 10
9
zfs destory snapshot takes an hours.
Hi, I am facing issue with zfs destroy, this takes almost 3 Hours to delete the snapshot of size 150G. Could you please help me to resolve this issue, why zfs destroy takes this much time. While taking snapshot, it''s done within few seconds. I have tried with removing with old snapshot but still problem is same. ======================...
2018 Jun 01
2
Unable to take correct Web-snapshot
Hi again, I use the *webshot* package to take snapshot from Webpage. However, when I try to take snapshot from* https://www.coinbase.com/ <https://www.coinbase.com/>*, this fails to take the full snapshot of that page. I tried following : > library(webshot) > webshot("https://www.coinbase.com/", 'aa.pdf') However in the pdf page, I done see the quotes which are
2012 Dec 06
0
[LLVMdev] [PATCH] Replacing EVT:s with MVT:s (when possible)
..., getTypeToPromoteTo, addRegisterClass Please do. MVT is cheaper than EVT and conceptually cleaner when dealing with physical machine types. EVT should only be used in parts of the code generator that are "pre-legalization" because they can represent arbitrary IR types. Anything that takes a legal machine type should take an MVT. -Chris -------------- next part -------------- An HTML attachment was scrubbed... URL: <http://lists.llvm.org/pipermail/llvm-dev/attachments/20121206/cdbccc79/attachment.html> -------------- next part -------------- A non-text attachment was scrubbed...
2002 Jul 09
1
Windows 2k/XP and roaming profiles
Hi I'm finding it takes ages to download a roaming profile from the server when I log into Win2k or XP. A 4Mb profiles typically takes about 2 minutes (and 2 minutes to write back when I log out). I did a test and copied the profile directory from the server to my PC. Running under Win98 takes 1-2 minutes. Under 2K/XP i...
2010 Mar 18
2
how to take multiple subsets from a matrix
useR's I have a matrix from which I want to take multiple subsets from, according to a particular scheme I will now describe. The matrix below (mat) is 5x5, and I want to take 9 subsets of it, each of dimension 3x3. The best way to explain what the result should look like is with the following: > dat <- c(3,6,1,9,12,9,2,10,6,5,3,13,1,4,8,9,4,6,10,11,2,7,3,5,10) > miss <-
2007 Dec 21
3
Jobs running too slow
Say I have a job that runs every minute, but it takes longer than a minute to execute. Will it start a new job every minute? If it does, then how would I make a job that sleeps for a certain amount of time, then restarts? I have a job that could take an hour or two to complete, and I don''t want to have multiple copies of that job running a...
2019 Sep 23
2
Repacking database from v1 to v2 format: how long does it take?
hi all, I updated a small domain with 8k object to samba-4.11.0 and the database conversion from v1 to v2 didn't take a noticeable time. On the other hand, in a larger domain with 67k object, where the sudo ./bin/samba-tool dbcheck --cross-ncs --fix takes ~40 minutes, 2 hours and half were not enough to complete the conversion. Is it a couple of hours something expected if dbcheck takes so much time? Is it maybe my AD db to be pathologic? Can you share your conversion time experiences? thank you, Franz