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2011 Feb 10
1
Recovering data from disk with loose cable
...t bytenr 67108864 has different contents! trying potential super #2 at bytenr 274877906944 super #2 at bytenr 274877906944 has same generation 43884 than 43884, skipping warning: super #2 at bytenr 274877906944 has different contents! trying potential super #0 at bytenr 65536 misplaced block thinks it''s at 0 trying potential super #1 at bytenr 67108864 misplaced block thinks it''s at 0 trying potential super #2 at bytenr 274877906944 misplaced block thinks it''s at 7810207560462397294 trying potential super #0 at bytenr 65536 misplaced block thinks it'...
2005 May 27
2
chan_zap.c:8534 pri_dchannel: PRI Error
hello all, i'm using TE110P and all configuration prosess is done. but after i do the 'modprobe' for zaptel and wcte11xp, follow by ztcfg -vv and asterisk -vvvgc i have this error. *CLI> May 27 14:44:33 WARNING[3059]: chan_zap.c:8534 pri_dchannel: PRI Error: We think we're the network, but they think they're the network, too. May 27 14:44:34 WARNING[3059]: chan_zap.c:8534 pri_dchannel: PRI Error: We think we're the network, but they think they're the network, too. May 27 14:44:35 WARNING[3059]: chan_zap.c:8534 pri_dchannel: PRI Error: We think w...
2013 Jul 20
3
[LLVMdev] [RFC] Add warning capabilities in LLVM.
...ches to this problem. > I have chosen the second one (extend the reporting already used for inline > asm). > > Regarding the first approach (front-end querying the back-end to build up > diagnostic), it needs further discussion if anyone wants to go in that > direction. Although I think this is interesting, I leave that for someone > else. > I really don't like the second approach. Fundamentally, it increasingly couples LLVM to Clang's warning infrastructure and I think that's a bad thing. I think we are better served by designing good interfaces for the fronte...
2007 Aug 24
1
TE120P digium card PRI_CPE error
Dear all I got one more error my asterisk E1 card connected with avaya E1 card [avaya]-------E1-----[asterisk] i got this 2 error what is start asteris on consol mode asterisk -vvvvc [Jul 27 09:51:29] WARNING[737] chan_zap.c: PRI Error on span 0: We think we're the CPE, but they think they're the CPE too. [Jul 27 09:51:30] WARNING[737] chan_zap.c: PRI Error on span 0: We think we're the CPE, but they think they're the CPE too. [Jul 27 09:51:31] WARNING[737] chan_zap.c: PRI Error on span 0: We think we're the CPE, but th...
2007 Oct 15
18
Merbivore.com - Mockups
There''s been some discussion on the IRC channel about getting a site for Merb going. Since the culture around the project is pretty casual, I figured I''d just throw a few ideas together, see what you guys think. So, firstly here are three example pages, just to show off the general look and feel. http://mr-eel.com/tmp/merb/01_frontpage.gif http://mr-eel.com/tmp/merb/02_contribute.gif http://mr-eel.com/tmp/merb/03_why.gif A few notes on the d...
2016 Apr 06
5
lld: --start-lib and --end-lib
Rafael, You seems to be the person who added --start-lib and --end-lib to gold (*1), so I think you are the best person to ask about it. :) What is the intended use case of the options? Do you think we should support that in LLD? If we want to support that, then I think we can think of two implementation strategies: - Link object files between --start-lib and --end-lib normally and garbag...
2015 Sep 02
2
RFC: Add "operand bundles" to calls and invokes
Just wanted to confirm that I too like where this is going. =] I think Philip and others have really handled the bulk of the review, and I'm very comfortable with them finishing the patch review. One issue where I wanted to chime in, hopefully just to add some clarity, is the "readonly" vs operand bundle set of (interrelated) issues. First, as I think...
2010 Mar 04
19
Mailing list's prefix
Do you think I'd break a lot of people's filters if I removed the prefix? :) Anyone strongly for/against removing it? It seems kind of annoying to me whenever I happen to think about it. -------------- next part -------------- A non-text attachment was scrubbed... Name: signature.asc Type: applicat...
2004 Oct 01
14
wxruby-swig on Windows & possible release
I''m trying to build wxruby-swig on windows with the idea of building a windows installer for it. I think that this would go a long way toward encouraging windows developers to try out wxruby-swig. What do you think? Are we far enough along to contemplate a release? Building wxruby-swig on windows is actually going pretty smoothly, but I want to build it with vc++ 7.1 to match the one-click ruby insta...
2016 Jul 26
6
Target Acceptance Policy
...gt; they > >> want to be in LLVM. It's a cooperation and acting inflexibly won't > >> help anyone. > > > > I believe that it helps everyone on the opposite. > > I'm sorry, but I'll never subscribe to inflexibility, no matter the > argument. I think there are different kinds of inflexibility. We will use our collective professional judgment. There are some large-scale design changes that we might decide can happen over time. Whatever we decide to accept, however, needs to be in good shape for what it is and follow our coding conventions. -Ha...
2014 Nov 25
4
[LLVMdev] RFC: How to represent SEH (__try / __except) in LLVM IR
> We should also think about how to call std::terminate when cleanup dtors throw. The current representation for Itanium is inefficient. As a strawman, I propose making @__clang_call_terminate an intrinsic: … That sounds like a good starting point. > Chandler expressed strong concerns about this design, however, as...
2016 Nov 01
4
RFC: General purpose type-safe formatting library
...this patch: > > 1) UDL Syntax for outputting to a stream or converting to a string. > outs() << "{0}"_fmt.stream(1) > std::string S = "{0}"_fmt.string(1); > I continue to have a strong objection to using UDLs for this (or anything else in LLVM). I think this feature is poorly known by many programmers. I think it will produce error messages that are confusing and hard to debug. I think it will have a significant negative impact on compile time. I also think that it will exercise substantially less well tested parts of every host compiler for LLVM...
2017 Jul 28
2
[PATCH v12 5/8] virtio-balloon: VIRTIO_BALLOON_F_SG
On Thu, Jul 27, 2017 at 10:50:11AM +0800, Wei Wang wrote: > > > > OK I thought this over. While we might need these new APIs in > > > > the future, I think that at the moment, there's a way to implement > > > > this feature that is significantly simpler. Just add each s/g > > > > as a separate input buffer. > > > > > > Should it be an output buffer? > > Hypervisor overwrites these pages with zer...
2017 Jul 28
2
[PATCH v12 5/8] virtio-balloon: VIRTIO_BALLOON_F_SG
On Thu, Jul 27, 2017 at 10:50:11AM +0800, Wei Wang wrote: > > > > OK I thought this over. While we might need these new APIs in > > > > the future, I think that at the moment, there's a way to implement > > > > this feature that is significantly simpler. Just add each s/g > > > > as a separate input buffer. > > > > > > Should it be an output buffer? > > Hypervisor overwrites these pages with zer...
2007 Apr 10
10
Could eBay be built with Rails?
My friend and I (both new to RoR) were having a discussion today about whether or not you could build an exact replica of eBay using on Ruby on Rails. I think that it could in fact be done, or at least a very close model of the same concept. My friend seems to think that maybe in fact, it could not be done. What are your thoughts? Could an eBay clone be built using only Ruby on Rails? What do you think would be the pitfalls of doing it? We are both pret...
2020 Nov 17
3
RFC: [SmallVector] Adding SVec<T> and Vec<T> convenience wrappers.
...t; On Nov 13, 2020, at 2:06 PM, Sean Silva via llvm-dev < > llvm-dev at lists.llvm.org> wrote: > > We've pretty happy now with a patch that adds two wrappers around > SmallVector that make it 1) more convenient to use and 2) will tend to > mitigate misuse of SmallVector. We think it's ready for wider discussion: > https://reviews.llvm.org/D90884 > > SVec<T> is a convenience alias for SmallVector<T, N> with N chosen > automatically to keep its size under 64 Bytes (that heuristic is easy to > change though). The recommendation in the...
2016 Aug 02
2
RFC: We should stop merging allocas in the inliner
...doing stack merging in inliner will change the > inliner cost analysis which may have affect inlining decisions and > performance in an unexpected way. For instance, the allocatedSize estimate > won't be as accurate due to double counting. > There is the possibility of this, but I think it is relatively unlikely for a few reasons. The first is that I don't think the alloca merging is helping that much here. Specifically, we only merge certain kinds of allocas and we only merge them in fairly limited cases. So if the thresholds were very sensitive to this, I would expect us to...
2005 Jun 20
6
OT: question on setting up an email server
Hi guys, I realize that this might be considered to be off topic, but the machine I want to use is running Cent OS. Ok, this is what I'm thinking about trying, and mainly just to see if I can do it. I've got a total of 3 linux machines here, and I was thinking about setting one of them up as an email server. Now, I'm not talking about setting the machine up so that all I run on it is an email client like thunderbird, or evolution...
2012 Nov 17
4
[LLVMdev] [cfe-dev] !!! 3.2 Release branch patching and the Code Owners
I think that the code owner process is becoming complicated and I am not sure if it serves Chris's original intent. I don't think that we need to change every file nor do we need an automatic tool to find the owner. I think that a simple text file, or a section in the docs is enough. On Nov 17, 20...
2008 Feb 29
4
CentOS Email Wiki and/or mailing list
...t;> accomplished with CentOS. Yes SpamAssassin is a powerful tool, but for >> instance the default setup that comes out of the box is fairly weak. A trip >> to the SpamAssassin site will just leave you mostly confused and reading for >> hours only to find out that what you think is good might not be applicable >> to your system. > Given that, I think it might be a good idea to tackle some of this on > the wiki itself rather than needing a list for it. One thing that we are > working on at the moment is to try and get a commenting system working > o...