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2010 Aug 05
1
Extracting future and past workday dates
Hello everyone I need to extract a vector of (t-3) to (t+3) dates, only working days. How can I do that? For today I need a vector: 10.08.210 09.08.2010 06.08.2010 05.08.2010 04.08.2010 03.08.2010 02.08.2010 Regards, Sergey -- Kniven sk?rpes bara mot stenen.
2017 May 17
3
Best practices for copying lots of files machine-to-machine
Vanhorn, Mike wrote: > On 5/17/17, 12:03 PM, "CentOS on behalf of ken" <centos-bounces at centos.org > on behalf of gebser at mousecar.com> wrote: > >>An entire filesystem (~180g) needs to be copied from one local linux >>machine to another. Since both systems are on the same local subnet, >>there's no need for encryption. >>
2017 Nov 28
1
Failed attempts
Lamar Owen wrote: > On 11/28/2017 12:04 PM, Valeri Galtsev wrote: >> Thanks, Lamar! that is very instructive. > You're welcome. > >> I was always unimpressed with >> persistence of attempts to make more secure (less pickable) cylinder >> cased >> locks (precision, multi-level, pins at a weird locations/angles). > > The best way to make
2019 Dec 19
2
Flang landing in the monorepo
I take it from this conversation that we should do a --no-ff merge of the rewritten history. The final history will look like this: [llvm project/master] ---------------------> [empty merge commit]                       \_ 2,700ish commits _/^ This means that `git log --first-parent` will only show the merge commit, and not those from the "initial flang" branch.
2005 May 03
4
Wx::HtmlWindow.on_link_clicked
Hello, wxruby-users. This is an addition which implement wrapper for overloading wxHtmlWindow::OnLinkClicked method. Unfortunately, it was impossible to make it correctly without ugly hack to wxpp.rb, but i`m hope it does not broke it. Please look at attachment for a patch for htmlwindow.t and wxpp.rb and additional file htmllinkinfo.t (need to be added to $objs array in extconf.rb). Sample
2016 Apr 22
2
clock24.plot/radial plot
Kind Experts, Many thanks for your guide. I have tried to figure out something that can help me plot my own data using the examples you referred me to. I copied part of the code as: set.seed(44) N=500 events <- as.POSIXct("2011-01-01", tz="GMT") + days(floor(365*runif(N))) + hours(floor(24*rnorm(N))) + # using rnorm here
2006 Mar 29
9
Ftp upload shaping 2 ISP\'s problems....
I would lilke to shape upload ftp bandwidth in a dual ISP setup [shorewall show connections] tcp 6 431215 ESTABLISHED src=192.168.2.89 dst=83.xxx.xxx.23 sport=1487 dport=21 src=83.xxx.xxx.23 dst=10.0.11.2 sport=21 dport=1487 [ASSURED] use=2 mark=1 [tcdevices] #INTERFACE IN-BANDWITH OUT-BANDWIDTH $EIF 970kbit 245kbit $LIF 970kbit 245kbit
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
2009 Oct 30
1
[LLVMdev] LLVM Users in the Twin Cities?
Kenneth had a good idea trying to organize local LLVM user chapters. Anyone else in the Twin Cities hacking on LLVM? I'd love to get together sometime. -Dave
2017 May 18
0
Best practices for copying lots of files machine-to-machine
On 5/17/17, 5:27 PM, "CentOS on behalf of m.roth at 5-cent.us" <centos-bounces at centos.org on behalf of m.roth at 5-cent.us> wrote: >Why? I just rsync'd 159G in less than one workday from one server to >another. Admittedly, we allegedly have a 1G network, but.... Well, I?ve don?t recall ever having to rsync more than 100G (although I am doing multiple rsyncs
2008 Apr 17
1
Diskless Setup
Max, Would you please zip up the contents of /tftpboot/linux-install/pxelinux.cfg. You can send it to <jses27 at gmail.com>. After you use the Nettboot Tool to configure the diskless client it will not update the pertinate files to do so. So in saying it will not boot the default OS. Maybe this could be an error of mine.. But then again there was a post related to this issue
2010 Jun 24
0
ZFS Filesystem Recovery on RAIDZ Array
This day went from usual Thursday to worst day of my life in the span of about 10 seconds. Here''s the scenario: 2 Computer, both Solaris 10u8, one is the primary, one is the backup. Primary system is RAIDZ2, Backup is RAIDZ with 4 drives. Every night, Primary mirrors to Backup using the ''zfs send'' command. The Backup receives that with ''zfs recv
2006 Dec 28
0
Missoula Ruby/Rails Group - January Ruby Tuesday Gathering
The first Ruby Tuesday gathering for 2007 of the Missoula Ruby & Ruby on Rails Group will be January 2nd. (Note that''s the evening of the *first* workday after the long weekend. It''ll feel very much like Monday, but it''s still Tuesday.) Nothing very formal or organized. Just a friendly gathering of enthusiasts to chat about Ruby & RoR and related topics over
2016 Apr 22
0
clock24.plot/radial plot
Looks like you forgot to load the lubridate package library(lubridate) You are calling functions days(), hours(), minutes(), seconds(), and hour() which all come from that package. ------------------------------------- David L Carlson Department of Anthropology Texas A&M University College Station, TX 77840-4352 -----Original Message----- From: R-help [mailto:r-help-bounces at
2007 Mar 08
3
using true UTC timezone everywhere
One problem with the daylight savings is that they mess with reporting tools that use timestamps. I guess an application could be configured to log UTC instead of local time, but that's not always doable. Also, if you have servers in several different timezones, it's better if all systems follow the same clock. So, I'm thinking it's perhaps better if I just use
2004 Sep 06
0
IAX2/GSM VOIP troubleshooting
Last week I was able to do some debugging of the problem I'm having with IAX2/GSM, residential-grade broadband, and VOIP. To summarize, I am having a great learning experience with * and Zap cards, SIP and IAX2. I hit a wall though, when I registered with iaxtel and tried doing VOIP. I spend the better part of a workday with the jitterbuffer and all sorts of settings and finally started
2009 Dec 22
0
Asterisk news :: Next release of Asterisk will be 1.8 Long Term Support
Dear Asterisk community, Yesterday, Russell Bryant finally made up his mind and confirmed on the asterisk-dev mailing list that the next release of Asterisk will be 1.8, which will also be a Long Term Support (LTS) release. This also means that the 1.4 is now officially classed as a LTS release too. I feel that this is a very good solution for the whole Asterisk community and that we all will
2017 Apr 12
4
Enterprise Linux Slack
To be honest Freenode is nice and I'd be sad to see it replaced with anything. So cool to be a "/join #project" away from getting help. If we go Mattermost, can we have a searchable public archive of the chats? Something search engines can index and we can point people to? -- Sent from the Delta quadrant using Borg technology! Nux! www.nux.ro ----- Original Message ----- >
2016 Apr 29
0
clock24.plot/radial plot: Fixed
Dear All, This problem is over. Clock24.plot did the job. Thanks to all those who assisted me. Ogbos On Apr 22, 2016 8:34 PM, "Ogbos Okike" <giftedlife2014 at gmail.com> wrote: > Dear All, > One hand. Many thanks!! The code run as soon as I loaded lubridate. > > Please can you guide me on how to relate this code to my actual data. > My actual data is looking like: