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2007 Jun 12
4
ARP Problem ???
Hi all, Does any one know if this is normal operating of ARP. Or where to start looking. I am seeing a lot of ARP requests for my router IP from the same IP within seconds. 21:04:41.112929 arp who-has IP tell MY ROUTERS IP 21:04:41.186354 arp who-has IP tell MY ROUTERS IP 21:04:41.372972 arp who-has IP tell MY ROUTERS IP 21:04:41.546921 arp who-has IP tell MY ROUTERS IP
2010 Jun 02
14
ARP problems with xen 4.0 with pvops kernel
Hello, Finally I managed to get a xen 4.0 working on ubuntu 10.04 with pvops kernel and libvirt. However I am having some problems with networking... after initial installation with netinstall image in hvm mode, when I transform the vm in xen pv (via pygrub with the current ubuntu kernel), networking startEd to act weird... Basically I''m not using a network script from xen. I define a
2010 Jun 02
14
ARP problems with xen 4.0 with pvops kernel
Hello, Finally I managed to get a xen 4.0 working on ubuntu 10.04 with pvops kernel and libvirt. However I am having some problems with networking... after initial installation with netinstall image in hvm mode, when I transform the vm in xen pv (via pygrub with the current ubuntu kernel), networking startEd to act weird... Basically I''m not using a network script from xen. I define a
2013 May 28
2
[PATCH] virtio-balloon spec: rework VIRTIO_BALLOON_F_MUST_TELL_HOST feature, support silent deflation
...;> What I'm interested in, is drivers that can _optionally_ use silent >>>> deflation (as an optimization). These should not get a fake balloon! >>>> >>>> With the new feature bit, these drivers should propose both >>>> VIRTIO_BALLOON_F_GUEST_TELLS_HOST and VIRTIO_BALLOON_F_SILENT_DEFLATE. >>>> The driver can then use silent deflation if and only if the host >>>> has negotiated VIRTIO_BALLOON_F_SILENT_DEFLATE too. Like this: >>>> >>>> diff --git a/drivers/virtio/virtio_balloon.c b...
2016 Apr 10
1
tinc - switch mode bridge
Hi Lars Thank you for reply. My apologies it is running in "*TAP*" mode. root at tinc-srv:~# tincd -n netname -D -d3 tincd 1.0.23 (Dec 5 2013 17:16:47) starting, debug level 3 /dev/net/tun is a Linux tun/tap device (tap mode) I have enabled ip forwarding and it seems that bridging rules is enabled root at tinc-srv02:~# cat
2015 Oct 28
2
Receiving Messages and Extensions Config for WebRTC
Hi All, I have configured WebRTC according to the install document. The clients register correctly. I'm use SIPjs. The clients are able to send messages to the server. The SIP debug shows the messages being received. However I'm stumped for directions on how to route the messages between the clients. Asterisk 11.11.0 Here is my client sip config: [1060] type=friend username=1060 ; The
2013 Feb 18
4
Recent hypervisor update on Debian Wheezy breaks domU networking
Hi, Firstly I apologise for the cross-post, however I don't expect to get as quick a response from the package maintainers as I do from the Debian community, and this issue affects a service that I've got scheduled to go live at midnight this evening. :( A recent update from xen-hypervisor-4.1-amd64 version 4.1.3-7, to version 4.1.3-8 on Debian Wheezy has caused all vm's on this host
2013 Feb 18
4
Recent hypervisor update on Debian Wheezy breaks domU networking
Hi, Firstly I apologise for the cross-post, however I don't expect to get as quick a response from the package maintainers as I do from the Debian community, and this issue affects a service that I've got scheduled to go live at midnight this evening. :( A recent update from xen-hypervisor-4.1-amd64 version 4.1.3-7, to version 4.1.3-8 on Debian Wheezy has caused all vm's on this host
2010 Jun 25
1
No connection in DomUs with network-route
Hi, I would like to know if somebody can point me out how to configure several DomUs in a private LAN (for example 192.168.100.0/24) and one DomU with two interfaces (one - 192.168.100.0/24 and two - internet). So far I have enabled in xend-config.sxp: (network-script network-route) (vif-script vif-route) My config files have: /mnt/VM/1.cfg:vif =
2013 May 28
0
[PATCH] virtio-balloon spec: rework VIRTIO_BALLOON_F_MUST_TELL_HOST feature, support silent deflation
...nterested in, is drivers that can _optionally_ use silent > >>>> deflation (as an optimization). These should not get a fake balloon! > >>>> > >>>> With the new feature bit, these drivers should propose both > >>>> VIRTIO_BALLOON_F_GUEST_TELLS_HOST and VIRTIO_BALLOON_F_SILENT_DEFLATE. > >>>> The driver can then use silent deflation if and only if the host > >>>> has negotiated VIRTIO_BALLOON_F_SILENT_DEFLATE too. Like this: > >>>> > >>>> diff --git a/drivers/virtio...
2016 Apr 05
3
tinc - switch mode bridge
Hi I am testing running tinc in switch mode. , my topology is as follows Site 1 (tinc-srv01) -> Site 2 (tinc-srv02) I have configured the bridge interfaces with ip addresses and able to ping between bridges. I then setup a server on each site and tested layer 2 connectivity between the two servers. Topology as follows. Server 1 - *Site 1* (tinc-srv01) -> *Site 2* (tinc-srv02) - Server 2
2011 Apr 07
2
[RFC][PATCH] virtio balloon: kill tell-host-first logic
The virtio balloon driver has a VIRTIO_BALLOON_F_MUST_TELL_HOST feature bit. Whenever the bit is set, we must always tell the host before we free pages back to the allocator. Without this we might free a page (and have another user touch it) while the hypervisor is unprepared for it. But, if the bit is _not_ set, we are under no obligation to reverse the order. Furthermore, all modern qemus
2011 Apr 07
2
[RFC][PATCH] virtio balloon: kill tell-host-first logic
The virtio balloon driver has a VIRTIO_BALLOON_F_MUST_TELL_HOST feature bit. Whenever the bit is set, we must always tell the host before we free pages back to the allocator. Without this we might free a page (and have another user touch it) while the hypervisor is unprepared for it. But, if the bit is _not_ set, we are under no obligation to reverse the order. Furthermore, all modern qemus
2013 May 28
2
[PATCH] virtio-balloon spec: rework VIRTIO_BALLOON_F_MUST_TELL_HOST feature, support silent deflation
Il 28/05/2013 12:45, Michael S. Tsirkin ha scritto: > On Tue, May 28, 2013 at 10:38:35AM +0200, Paolo Bonzini wrote: >> Il 27/05/2013 19:02, Michael S. Tsirkin ha scritto: >>>>> So if we don't want to require all guests to tell host >>>>> first, all we need to do is admit it's not a bug. >>>> >>>> I think we
2015 Jun 09
2
[LLVMdev] C++14 support for shared_mutex
On 6/8/2015 10:10 PM, Tim Northover wrote: > On 8 June 2015 at 17:53, Edward Diener <eldlistmailingz at tropicsoft.com> wrote: >> How can I tell at compile time through predefined macros whether libc++ >> includes/supports the C++14 header file shared_mutex ? > > I doubt it's even theoretically possible. Clang can be used with > multiple standard
2006 May 15
3
How to tell if RTP stream is has been reinvited?
Howdy, How can you tell if RTP traffic has been reinvited/is bypassing an * server? Sincerely, Brent A. Torrenga brent.torrenga@torrenga.com Torrenga Engineering, Inc. 907 Ridge Road Munster, Indiana 46321-1771 +1 219 836 8918 x325 Voice +1 219 836 1138 Facsimile www.torrenga.com
2004 Aug 27
2
Zap & ANSWER the Call
-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA1 Hi, I'm using a TDM400 with one FXS and one FXO module (developer kit) and I've been testing termination from SIP phones to PSTN and it works fine, but asterisk accounting is doing something strange (for me). Scenario: 1 - extension 1009 (SIP phone - BT101) 2 - Zap/4-1 (TDM400 FXO module) extensions.conf: [dialout] exten =>
2006 Nov 01
8
${CALLERIDNUM}
Hi Does anyone know how I can check if a callerID is more than 2 digits. I am setting up my phones so that if the callerID is 3 digits the phones ring one way if it is more than 3 digits it rings another i.e. internal calls and external calls. exten => 2222,1,GotoIf($["${CALLERIDNUM}" = "1111"]?5) This will tell it to jump to 5 if callerID if 1111 but how do i
2013 May 28
2
[PATCH] virtio-balloon spec: rework VIRTIO_BALLOON_F_MUST_TELL_HOST feature, support silent deflation
...is useless anyway. If the guest won't tell host and still propose the feature, then we can crash it. So we need to know what the guest is going to do, in order to enable/disable the optimization. > If guest cooperates we don't have to require anything, > just go with what guest tells us it will do. Yes. >>> Please see >>> [PATCH] virtio-spec: balloon: MUST_TELL_HOST is optional >>> that does exactly this. >> >> That patch mandates a change in guest behavior that is not compatible >> with the existing Windows driver. Mine doesn...
2006 Jun 19
1
How can I tell what fields have been updated?
I''ve scoured the Wiki and gone through the documentation with a fine toothed comb, but I can''t seem to find this answer. I want to keep a history of the changes made to a record, but can''t seem to find out what fields have changed. I''m sitting in the update function, as you can see below... I want to be able to get a list of what has changed so I can add