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2009 Jul 30
Centos convert to rhel?
...have absconded with the cash and left all the hard working devs high and dry..well that is scary. They all worked so hard and who knows what will happen now. If centos falls I have no choice but to go to redhat. I am wondering if the conversion will be easy or a complete reinstall. I ponder the worries I think we are all faced with here. I think all of us would follow a fork... Whatever they end up calling it. But I am worried about the immediate future for the project. None of those guys deserve what is happening to them and all of us are affected. If anyone lives near Lance, perhaps a good ca...
2002 Sep 19
ext3 fs: no userspace writes == no disk writes ? for my data-logging application (power can disapear anytime). The quantity & frequency of the data logged itself is not a problem at all considering flash wear. But I''m a bit worried about the kernel/ext3 doing regular writes by itself even when there are no userspace writes. (worries are partially caused by memories from long time ago about idle laptop doing regular writes on disk). Anybody out there who knows how this works ? Can I use an ext3 fs without having regular "automatic" writes to the device it is located on ? (and thus not destroy my CompactFlash device...
2018 Jan 17
[RFC] [TargetTransformInfo] Introduce hook to tell middle-end to not worry about register pressure
Hi all, Currently in the llvm middle-end, we disable some optimizations because we worry about the register pressure, (e.g. GVNHoist and ArgumentPromotion). However, in the architecture that are register-rich, e.g. FPGAs, we do not need to worry about the register pressure at all. For these architecures, we may want to optimization the LLVM IR without worrying about the register pressure. I
2009 Jun 10
How to mount OCFS2 file systems using the EMC Power Path multipath device
OEL 5, OCFS 1.4, using EMC Power Path for multi pathing. I want t mount the OCFS2 file system on the emc power path device. I can mount by UUID, and not have to worry about persistent bindings across nodes. But how do I make sure when it mounts by UUID , that the pwoer path device is used. Any help will be much appreciated. Thanks -- Sridhar Avantsa savantsa at -------------- next
2006 Apr 18
Security considerations with displaying uploaded HTML
I have an application where I am allowing users to upload (or refer the app. to) arbritrary HTML that I am (currently) displaying in an IFRAME on a page. The users will be authenticated so it''s not open to the entire universe. I was always uneasy with this, but after reading the security chapter of AWDWR, I am even more concerned. What kinds of applications do people have out there
2012 Dec 17
(XEN) traps.c:3156: GPF messages in xen dmesg
Hi, I''m running Xen 4.2.0 with Linux kernel 3.7.0 and I''m seeing a flood of these messages in xen dmesg: (XEN) traps.c:3156: GPF (0060): ffff82c480159247 -> ffff82c4802170e4 (XEN) traps.c:3156: GPF (0060): ffff82c480159247 -> ffff82c4802170e4 (XEN) traps.c:3156: GPF (0060): ffff82c480159247 -> ffff82c4802170e4 (XEN) traps.c:3156: GPF (0060): ffff82c480159247 ->
2006 May 29
[ win32utils-Patches-4603 ] [open3] set $? and return Process::Status with block call
Patches item #4603, was opened at 2006-05-29 16:07 You can respond by visiting: Category: win32-open3 Group: Bug Fix Status: Open Resolution: None Priority: 3 Submitted By: John-Mason Shackelford (jpshackelford) Assigned to: Nobody (None) Summary: [open3] set $? and return Process::Status with
2001 Aug 02
Re: EXT3 Worries / Its the army brats that worry me!?!
...E, SERVE YOUR COUNTRY, AND BENEFIT FROM IT ALL. Wednesday, August 01, 2001 10:39 PM -----Original Message----- From: []On Behalf Of Stephen C. Tweedie Sent: Wednesday, August 01, 2001 6:21 AM To: Subject: Re: EXT3 Worries Hi, On Wed, Jul 25, 2001 at 04:35:49PM -0700, IT3 Stuart B. Tener, USNR-R wrote: > I am interested to think about implementing EXT3 onto my servers here. > However, I have some concerns and am hoping someone can address them. > > 1) If I install ext3 what is the likelihood that...
2004 May 25
e1071, R1.9.0, Solaris 2.9, should I be worried?
In R 1.9.0 running under Solaris 2.9 on a SunBlade 100, with "Sun WorkShop 6 update 2 C++ 5.3 2001/05/15" as the C++ compiler, I just did > install.packages("e1071") The output includes these lines, which I have wrapped to fit nicely in mail: ** libs cc -I/users/local/lib/R/include -I/usr/local/include -KPIC -xlibmil \ -dalign -xO4
2006 Feb 24
Ruby site structure on Apache
I use a hosting company,it use appache for RoR I test a ''hello word'' code here I can see the working code here My question is how to short the url like do not like public always in URL Thanks
2006 Oct 11
OT: Hans Reiser arrested Link posted on Slashdot. I guess this may mean that reiser4 will never ever make it into the mainline kernel let alone RHEL/Centos
2012 May 07
OpenEventW() failed. Something to be worried about?
Hi, in the course of debugging a program I stumbled upon several unsuccessful calls of function OpenEventW() referencing event Global\TermSrvReadyEvent in several processes. Code: 0033:Call KERNEL32.OpenEventW(00100000,00000000,4b227908 L"Global\\TermSrvReadyEvent") ret=4b2278e1 0033:Ret KERNEL32.OpenEventW() retval=00000000 ret=4b2278e1 At the same time there are a couple of
2011 Mar 14
Asterisk 1.8 paging with ploycom
Hey Guys, I have upgrade my asterisk 1.2 to 1.8 and suddenly my allpage.agi stopped working look like asterisk 1.8 did some changes in manager apps i am doing following.. my phone is ringing but not auto answer could you give me some issue what i am doing wrong ? root at ubuntu-test:~# telnet 5038 Trying Connected to Escape character is ''^]''.
2001 Nov 06
invalidate: busy buffer
Hi, Since upgrading to 2.4.14 with the ext3 patch, I''ve been getting the following on bootup: VFS: Mounted root (ext3 filesystem) readonly. change_root: old root has d_count=5 Trying to unmount old root ... invalidate: busy buffer invalidate: busy buffer invalidate: busy buffer invalidate: busy buffer invalidate: busy buffer okay Is the invalidate busy buffer bit anything to worry
2018 Feb 07
retpoline mitigation and 6.0
Also, could you patch and test Clang with the Linux kernel after I make this change? I'd like to know that we actually successfully call the correct thunks and that they behave correctly. I'm not super worried, but good to actually get this right. I'm am slightly more worried about the stack-based retpoline than the register ones just due to the overall lower amount of testing
2006 Jun 28
Capistrano Command Worries
Hey all, I have a problem that I cannot wrap my head around. I have a capistrano task to kill my lighttpd process and restart it. Here is the subtask, stop_lighttpd, that fails: task :stop_lighttpd, :roles => :web do run "kill -9 `ps aux | grep lighttpd | grep #{deploy_to} | awk ''{print $2}''` > /dev/null" end I know for a fact that when
2000 Apr 21
...with-gnome creating cache ./config.cache checking host system type... i686-unknown-linux loading site script ./ loading build specific script ./ ./configure: i686: command not found -------------------------------------------------- It's the last line that worries me. Obviously, configure tries to do something special if the target is an i686, but has it succeeded? And do I have to worry? Haven't seen this before, but no wonder, considering the speedy output from configure! G?ran -------------------------------------------------------------------- G?...
2012 May 04
Is this message something to be worried?
Hi im recibing that message from the console when i try launch something related with wine: Code: p11-kit: couldn''t load module: /usr/lib/i386-linux-gnu/pkcs11/ /usr/lib/i386-linux-gnu/pkcs11/ can''t open the file of the shared object how bad is this? im using wine 1.5.3 in ubuntu 12.04
2013 Jan 31
[RFC][PATCH 2/2] Btrfs: implement unlocked dio write
This idea is from ext4. By this patch, we can make the dio write parallel, and improve the performance. We needn''t worry about the race between dio write and truncate, because the truncate need wait untill all the dio write end. And we also needn''t worry about the race between dio write and punch hole, because we have extent lock to protect our operation. I ran fio to test the
2018 Feb 07
retpoline mitigation and 6.0
The patch is up for review here: On Tue, Feb 6, 2018 at 4:58 PM Chandler Carruth <chandlerc at> wrote: > Also, could you patch and test Clang with the Linux kernel after I make > this change? I'd like to know that we actually successfully call the > correct thunks and that they behave correctly. I'm not super worried,