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2003 Feb 02
1
ext3 performance issue with a Berkeley db application
...200-Mb mbox, rebuilding the database from a list of tokens took eight seconds -- this was on ext3 in ordered mode. These data were obtained on machines running linux kernels 2.4.21-pre3-ac4 and -ac5 and 2.4.21-pre4-ac1; kernel 2.4.20-ac2 appears to give similar results though this has not been thorougly tested. Results like those reported were initially obtained with db-3.1.17; the tests shown here used db-4.1.25. More info available on request; tuning hints most gratefully received and tested. -- | G r e g L o u i s | gpg public key: | | http://www.bgl.nu/~gloui...
2008 Dec 01
2
[LLVMdev] TargetISelLowering
Hi All, when looking through all the existing targets, I see that each of them defines <Target>ISelLowering.{cpp,h} files. However, they define a class called "<Target>TargetLowering" (though the comments in [at least some of] those files stay the define "<Target>ISelLowering". I suspect that this class was renamed at some time (which makes sense, since I
2008 Dec 01
0
[LLVMdev] TargetISelLowering
On Dec 1, 2008, at 8:53 AM, Matthijs Kooijman wrote: > Hi All, > > when looking through all the existing targets, I see that each of > them defines > <Target>ISelLowering.{cpp,h} files. However, they define a class > called > "<Target>TargetLowering" (though the comments in [at least some of] > those > files stay the define
2011 Sep 24
4
wine debian squeeze office 2007 blue edition error
I did so: winecfg changed xp on vista added msxml3 and changed on Native (Windows) sh winetricks msxml3 gdiplus riched20 riched30 vcrun2005sp1 allfonts dotnet20 changed rpcrt4.dll on another error: http://paste.org.ru/?91emea [Question] [Question] [Question] [Question] [/list][/list]
2007 Aug 07
1
[PATCH] Fix Malicious Guest GDT Host Crash
...uest/segments.c Wed Aug 08 13:57:08 2007 +1000 @@ -43,22 +43,6 @@ * begin. */ -/* Is the descriptor the Guest wants us to put in OK? - * - * The flag which Intel says must be zero: must be zero. The descriptor must - * be present, (this is actually checked earlier but is here for thorougness), - * and the descriptor type must be 1 (a memory segment). */ -static int desc_ok(const struct desc_struct *gdt) -{ - return ((gdt->b & 0x00209000) == 0x00009000); -} - -/* Is the segment present? (Otherwise it can't be used by the Guest). */ -static int segment_presen...
2007 Aug 07
1
[PATCH] Fix Malicious Guest GDT Host Crash
...uest/segments.c Wed Aug 08 13:57:08 2007 +1000 @@ -43,22 +43,6 @@ * begin. */ -/* Is the descriptor the Guest wants us to put in OK? - * - * The flag which Intel says must be zero: must be zero. The descriptor must - * be present, (this is actually checked earlier but is here for thorougness), - * and the descriptor type must be 1 (a memory segment). */ -static int desc_ok(const struct desc_struct *gdt) -{ - return ((gdt->b & 0x00209000) == 0x00009000); -} - -/* Is the segment present? (Otherwise it can't be used by the Guest). */ -static int segment_presen...
2002 Oct 17
4
Posix Problem, difftime
I am having a series of problems using date time data that has been converted into a POSIXt and POSIXlt classes. I have hourly time series data from 1900 that has been converted from text data. I assume most of my problems come from a mis-underdanding of the POSIX class. My matrix named (aa) for this year is approx 8700 by 4. When I try to calculate the length of posit column ( which is the
2018 Mar 20
1
Generating a custom opcode from an LLVM intrinsic
Great info -- all of this has been incredibly useful. Do you have any links to the documentation from this, or does it just come from your experiential knowledge? FYI, I achieved what I set out to achieve when I wrote this email. I'm moving on to a more complex goal now, but the original question was answered completely, in my opinion. This was the key line: def CACHEOP : I<0x06, RawFrm,
2009 Aug 11
5
Failed to retrieve current state of resource: No child processes
...hen I have no network connection, there is no nameserver in /etc/resolv.conf, and despite my hostname being in /etc/hosts, some resolver library does stupid things (I think it tries to contact a purely imaginary nameserver running on localhost, but I haven''t thorougly investigated that). This is a more general system issue, outside of puppet, as "host `hostname`" also hangs for 5 seconds before returning: ;; connection timed out; no servers could be reached 2) More seriously, most - if not all - resoruces fail with error such as:...
2007 Apr 08
11
Error message after upgraing the openssh 4.6P1
Hi, We have upgraded the openssh 4.6P1 on Solaris 8 servers. After upgrade we get the below error message whenever we execute the remote commands using ssh. Please let me know what the fix is for this. Apr 8 03:03:43 dvsrv10 sshd[25379]: [ID 800047 auth.info] Accepted publickey for osteam from 10.0.93.31 port 35856 ssh2 Apr 8 03:03:50 dvsrv10 sshd[25381]: [ID 800047 auth.error] error:
2007 Aug 08
13
[PATCH 0/7] Modify lguest32 to make room for lguest64
Hi all, I've been working on lguest64 and in order to do this, I had to move a lot of the i386 specific out of the way. Well, the lguest64 port is still not ready to display, but before Rusty makes too many changes I would like this in upstream so I don't have to keep repeating my changes :-) So this patch series moves lguest32 out of the way for other archs. -- Steve
2007 Aug 08
13
[PATCH 0/7] Modify lguest32 to make room for lguest64
Hi all, I've been working on lguest64 and in order to do this, I had to move a lot of the i386 specific out of the way. Well, the lguest64 port is still not ready to display, but before Rusty makes too many changes I would like this in upstream so I don't have to keep repeating my changes :-) So this patch series moves lguest32 out of the way for other archs. -- Steve
2007 Aug 08
7
[PATCH 0/5 -v2] Modify lguest32 to make room for lguest64 (version 2)
[ Changes since last version. - Move lg.h to include/asm instead (suggested by Rusty Russel) - All steps of the series compiles (suggested by Stephen Rothwell) - Better ifdef header naming (suggested by Stephen Rothwell) - Added Andi Kleen to CC (forgot to on V1) ] Hi all, I've been working on lguest64 and in order to do this, I had to move a lot of the i386 specific out of the
2007 Aug 08
7
[PATCH 0/5 -v2] Modify lguest32 to make room for lguest64 (version 2)
[ Changes since last version. - Move lg.h to include/asm instead (suggested by Rusty Russel) - All steps of the series compiles (suggested by Stephen Rothwell) - Better ifdef header naming (suggested by Stephen Rothwell) - Added Andi Kleen to CC (forgot to on V1) ] Hi all, I've been working on lguest64 and in order to do this, I had to move a lot of the i386 specific out of the