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2005 Jul 27
8
IMQ
ive got such network: |--------| |-------------| | WORLD |---|ROUTER/server| ------ NATED LAN |--------| |-------------| I want to use imq on ROUTER, what behaviour to choose ? AA, BA, AB, BB ?? --
2013 Feb 13
0
Bugreport: btrfsck breaks with Assertion `!(rec->is_root)' failed
Hi there, after my filesystem is broken (I have no idea why, because last shut down was nomal) I tried to repair it with btrfsck ( Btrfs v0.20-rc1-56-g6cd836d). But unfortunately the process breaks with: parent transid verify failed on 29896704 wanted 392661 found 395689 parent transid verify failed on 29896704 wanted 392661 found 395689 parent transid verify failed on 29896704 wanted 392661 found 395689 parent transid verify failed on 29896704 wanted 392661 found 395689 Ignoring transid failure checking extents parent transid verify failed on...
2007 Apr 23
5
Asterisk dialing next extension only if first is busy?
G'day. I am having reasonable success getting Asterisk 1.4.2 running and doing what I want, but I can't figure out one particular idiom that I want: There are a few situations where I want to have Asterisk push a call through to the first available transport on a list, such as: I have two SIP ports attached to one local (two port) analog phone system. I want to ring line 1 for the...
2009 Feb 23
6
background process
Hi all I am working on a heavy engineering project. And the requirement is that I needto do a lot of process before I store the data to the db. Now the question is that I want to do the process that I am doing but I want to do it in the background. What I actually mean to say is that..I just want the user to get a msg that Records Saved. But in real I want the process to go on in background. There r multiple callbacks used in my system. Also I dont want to use Starling...
2013 Oct 22
1
Unable to mount partition
...red a backup, so I''m fine more or less, but it would be nice if I could fix this. sudo btrfs fi df /dev/sda1 ERROR: couldn''t get space info on ''/dev/sda1'' - Inappropriate ioctl for device sudo btrfsck /dev/sda1 Check tree block failed, want=21000192, have=0 Check tree block failed, want=21000192, have=0 Check tree block failed, want=21000192, have=0 Check tree block failed, want=21000192, have=0 Check tree block failed, want=21000192, have=0 read block failed check_tree_block Couldn''t read chunk root sudo btrfs restore -i -...
2001 Dec 09
1
sfq as solution to "Small ISP problems" and "How could I do this?"
> Subject: [LARTC] Small ISP problems (CBQ) > First of all, this is what we want (in network priority order): > 1: SSH - to be realtime always. I don''t think you want this to always be high prio - that includes scp. > 2: HTTP to be fast, always. Clearly can''t be done if you have more http requests than your bandwidth can handle. > 3-> ftp, dir...
2007 Dec 28
4
static box sizing problems
...wx-users list as well, but thought I would try it here since I am using wxRuby: I am using wxWidgets 2.8.7 on a linux box using the GTK build. I have pared down my issue to the simplest case: I am trying to use a horizontal BoxSizer to split a frame into two sections: a left and right side. I want the left side to stretch proportionally and I want the right side to be of a fixed width. Moreover, I want to enclose the right side in a wxStaticBox. I happen to be using wxRuby, but the code should be understandable to C++ programmers. This is in the constructor of my frame subclass: lr_s...
2005 May 27
4
kernel: attempt to access beyond end of device
...<snip> Date: May 26, 2005 10:14 PM Subject: problems with newlists To: Sam Johnston <samjie@gmail.com> Hi Sam, I''m getting the following errors on newlists: May 26 21:08:41 newlists kernel: attempt to access beyond end of device May 26 21:08:41 newlists kernel: sda1: rw=0, want=4294875368, limit=5120000 May 26 21:08:41 newlists kernel: attempt to access beyond end of device May 26 21:08:41 newlists kernel: sda1: rw=0, want=1516641296, limit=5120000 May 26 21:08:41 newlists kernel: attempt to access beyond end of device May 26 21:08:41 newlists kernel: sda1: rw=0, want=289...
2008 Jul 21
2
Getting plot axes where they should be!
Hi Folks, I've been digging for the solution to this for several hours now. If there is a solution, it must be one of the worst "needle-in-a-haystack" examples in R documentation! Essentially, I want to make an x-y plot in which the X-axis really is the X-axis (i.e. its vertical position is at y=0), and the Y-axis really is the Y-axis (i.e. its horizontal position is at x=0). Discussion, with toy examples, below. I have sort-of solved this (as stated) for one special case, after a depth-4 sear...
2010 Nov 26
5
simple website hit counter
Googling for this finds me a ton of stuff that doesn't actually do what I'm looking for. I want a simple hit counter cgi script of some kind that will increment a counter on every page load but I want to access the counter from a different page. In other words, I don't want to have a visible hit counter on the webpage itself. I want to have a different webpage that will show me the numb...
2016 Aug 02
5
[3.9 Release] Please write release notes!
...something for the release notes. You can commit them directly to the branch, or send a patch to me and I'll happily commit them for you. If you feel responsible for a particular target, e.g. X86, ARM, MIPS, etc., please help give those release notes some love. Here are some examples we might want to mention (thanks LLVM Weekly!). If you're cc'd on this email, you're mentioned below. - Dmitry, Renato: the Clang notes mention abi_tag. Do we want to expand the text here a little? Link to the PR? - Teresa, Mehdi: there's a "Introduction of ThinLTO [..] ping Mehdi/Tere...
2013 Jan 08
10
kernel BUG at fs/btrfs/volumes.c:3707 still not fixed in 3.7.1 (btrfs-zero-log required) but shown as "RIP btrfs_num_copies"
...k_down_log_tree+0x51/0x307() [ 3964.730058] WARNING: at fs/btrfs/tree-log.c:1732 walk_down_log_tree+0x6c/0x307() [ 3964.731287] kernel BUG at fs/btrfs/volumes.c:3707! (full log below) gandalfthegreat:~# btrfs-calc-size /dev/mapper/root Check tree block failed, want=4268204032, have=2075122916315869932 Check tree block failed, want=4268204032, have=2075122916315869932 Check tree block failed, want=4268204032, have=12746175583536274708 Check tree block failed, want=4268204032, have=2075122916315869932 Check tree block failed, want=4268204032, have=2075122916315...
2011 Dec 07
7
FS won't mount, open_ctree failed, Assertion !(path->slots[0] == 0) failed
...7;md2, missing codepage or helper program, or other error In some cases useful info is found in syslog - try dmesg | tail or so dmesg: [26423.775471] device label LUMBERYARD devid 1 transid 1268960 /dev/md2 [26423.860966] parent transid verify failed on 25487586828288 wanted 1268960 found 1246404 [26423.860974] parent transid verify failed on 25487586828288 wanted 1268960 found 1246404 [26423.860979] parent transid verify failed on 25487586828288 wanted 1268960 found 1246404 [26423.872936] btrfs: open_ctree failed # ./btrfsck /dev/md2 parent transid veri...
2013 Sep 05
5
Shared memory between Dom0 and DomU
Hi, guys, I''m sorry to disturb you. I am a student. I want to use Xen to do some test about memory sharing between two domain. I am a newbie in Xen memory sharing. I want to set up a environment. I search on the internet. I find some patch for old version. However, I want to running on Xen 4.1 or 4.2 version. Does this still work? Can you help me? Can you...
2012 Nov 21
3
[LLVMdev] Python Backend
I will take a look into NVPTX. I don't want to deconstruct C++ classes to generate Python code - I want to generate Python backend :) Its purpose is to be able to generate Python code from LLVM IR code (not C++ code! - C++ code is needed for me only to get a sample IR code). I want to write my custom compiler in the future and I want to be...
2012 Jun 13
2
separate the sentence after finding a particular word
hello, I want to know ..how we can separate the sentence after finding a particular word... for example I love to watch movies of Hollywood but should not be romantic...I want to join you school but due to bad financial condition I cant.. I want output in following format I love to watch movies of Hollywood...
2007 Mar 30
3
Multi-Level Queue
I am trying to setup a queue in a very specific way and I can't quite figure it out. I'm sure someone else has done this. I want calls to come into a queue and do a ringall on a number of phones (let's say 3). So ring them for 20 seconds or so. If there is no answer, I want it to ring a second set of phones for 20 seconds. If no answer, then go back to the first set of phones. I've seen where you could do two...
2003 Feb 19
4
newbie wants to compile SCP into his own application
...SSH source that the scp executable is built by compiling scp.c and linking with libopenbsd-compat.a and libssh.a. (Correct me here if I'm wrong) My question is, can I make this a module in my own application by using the scp.c source and ilnking the libraries mentioned above ? The reason is, I want to perform an SCP from my application, but I don't want to execute the external command line utility "scp". I want to be able to get a return value to indicate success or failure and handle this in my app. Thanks, Andrew Plumb.
2008 Jan 16
5
xen backup
hi I am trying to stop the application running in the VM from the host machine.....that means by typing some command in the host machine, (script or using some API''s or sending some signal to VM from the host), i want stop application running in the VM.......is there any way to do this.....if anybody know this please help me....... I want this because......I want to take VM consistent backup without stoping it or suspending it....my idea is , if I stop the aplication running in the VM I can do backup consisten...
2006 Sep 21
2
delete a entire vector of a dataframe
delete a entire vector of a dataframe Hello, i want to delete a vector and tried "rm (t.d$V712)". This did not work, message was, could not find variable. I thought the $ defines the vectro in a dataframe, when I just type "t.d$V712" the content of this vector is displayed. Greetings, Thomas