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2004 Jun 04
5
Bug#252597: logcheck: user logchecks mails should be delivered to root
Package: logcheck Version: 1.2.20a Severity: important Since logcheck changed to run as user logcheck, the error mails of the cron daemon end up in /var/mail/logcheck where nobody reads them. Mails for logcheck should be aliased to root like all the other mails of system accounts. I was searching for a long time what was wrong with my logcheck not delivering any mails. The lock
2013 Jun 30
1
why check f_path.mnt is equal for source and dest in btrfs_ioctl_clone()?
This gives EXDEV for clone operations that btrfs could otherwise execute and with slight change of circumstances will actually execute fine. Imagine we have a btrfs on /dev/mapper/foobar with subvols /foo and /bar. Let’s also imagine top of said fs in mounted at /mnt. In this case, a cross-subvol clone of /mnt/foo/srcfile to /mnt/bar/dstfile will
2008 Jan 04
20
Cisco 7941G-GE with Asterisk and CTPSEP odyssee
Hi list, I have bought some Cisco 7941G-GE IP phones and want to use them with asterisk. Before bying I tested the whole setup with three different models of the old 79X0 series (a 7912, 7940 and a 7960). Flashing the formerly provided SCCP-Image to SIP was no problem, but now it complains about a nonexistent CTLSEP<mac>.tlv file. Most of the howtos say something about an empty file but
2003 Oct 24
5
rsync -vae ssh user@host1:/tmp/dir user@host2:/tmp/
I have legitimate ssh access to two remote machines. ssh directly from either machine to the other is blocked by firewalls which I cannot control. $ rsync -vae ssh user@host1:/tmp/dir user@host2:/tmp/ receiving file list ... done rsync: mkdir user@host2:/tmp: No such file or directory rsync error: error in file IO (code 11) at main.c(319) I would like this to copy
2005 Jun 14
3
Bug#313601: logcheck-database: ignore mount version messages
Package: logcheck-database Version: 1.2.39 Severity: wishlist These are the subject of an am-utils FAQ <URL:http://www.am-utils.org/docs/am-utils/FAQ.txt> and would be useful in the ignored list. Note that it''s either `newer'' or `older''. Jun 14 14:32:25 albion kernel: nfs warning: mount version newer than kernel Jun 14 14:37:54 dlsy kernel:
2006 Sep 07
6
Bug#385934: Fixed by using xen-hypervisor-3.0-unstable-1-i386
Hi, I got exactly, the same problem. I tryed installing xen-hypervisor-3.0-unstable-1-i386. It seems to have fixed the problem. I have no idea what the original issue is but this might be of use to people that need to get going again. Regards -- Tom
2004 May 28
6
Bug#251364: logcheck: preinst has bashism, fails with dash and LANG != C
Package: logcheck Version: 1.2.20a Severity: serious Tags: patch On a system where sh points to dash and LANG=es_ES, I get this: # apt-get -y --reinstall install logcheck Leyendo lista de paquetes... 0% Leyendo lista de paquetes... 0% Leyendo lista de paquetes... 23% Leyendo lista de paquetes... Hecho Creando árbol de dependencias... 0% Creando árbol de dependencias... 0% Creando árbol de
2018 Jan 15
1
"linkfile not having link" occurrs sometimes after renaming
There are two users u1 & u2 in the cluster. Some files are created by u1, and they are read only for u2. Of course u2 can read these files. Later these files are renamed by u1. Then I switch to the user u2. I find that u2 can't list or access the renamed files. I see these errors in log: [2018-01-15 17:35:05.133711] I [MSGID: 109045] [dht-common.c:2393:dht_lookup_cbk] 25-data-dht:
2009 May 13
5
ode first step
Hi all, I try to assess the parameters (K1,K2) of a model that describes the adsorption of a molecule onto on adsorbent. equation: dq/dt = K1*C*(qm-q)-K2*q I know the value of ''qm'' and I experimentally measure the variables ''q'', ''C'', and the time ''t''. t C q 1 0 144.05047 0.0000000 2 565
2017 Nov 09
1
Error logged in fuse-mount log file
resending mail from another id, doubt on whether mail reaches mailing list. ---------- Forwarded message ---------- From: Amudhan P <amudhan83 at gmail.com<mailto:amudhan83 at gmail.com>> Date: Tue, Nov 7, 2017 at 6:43 PM Subject: error logged in fuse-mount log file To: Gluster Users <gluster-users at gluster.org<mailto:gluster-users at gluster.org>> Hi, I am using
2017 Nov 10
1
Error logged in fuse-mount log file
Hi, Comments inline. Regards, Nithya On 9 November 2017 at 15:05, Amudhan Pandian <amudh_an at hotmail.com> wrote: > resending mail from another id, doubt on whether mail reaches mailing list. > > > ---------- Forwarded message ---------- > From: *Amudhan P* <amudhan83 at gmail.com> > Date: Tue, Nov 7, 2017 at 6:43 PM > Subject: error logged in fuse-mount log
2006 May 17
2
Bug#367781: logcheck-database: postfix/smtp read timeout (port 25) regexp wrong
Package: logcheck-database Version: 1.2.39 Severity: normal The rule for postfix/smtp read timeout (port 25) doesn''t match the actual log message: ^\w{3} [ :0-9]{11} [._[:alnum:]-]+ postfix/smtp\[[0-9]+\]: connect to [^[:space:]]+ \[[.0-9]+\]: read timeout \(port 25\)$ A sample log line is: May 17 17:38:16 dp postfix/smtp[12256]: connect to smtpv1.ihs.gov[198.45.3.65]:
2017 Nov 13
1
Error logged in fuse-mount log file
Hi Nithya, I have checked gfid in all the bricks in disperse set for the folder. it all same there is no difference. regards Amudhan P On Fri, Nov 10, 2017 at 9:02 AM, Nithya Balachandran <nbalacha at redhat.com> wrote: > Hi, > > Comments inline. > > Regards, > Nithya > > On 9 November 2017 at 15:05, Amudhan Pandian <amudh_an at hotmail.com> wrote: >
2017 Nov 13
1
Error logged in fuse-mount log file
Adding Ashish . Hi Amudhan, Can you check the gfids for every dir in that heirarchy? Maybe one of the parent dirs has a gfid mismatch. Regards, Nithya On 13 November 2017 at 17:39, Amudhan P <amudhan83 at gmail.com> wrote: > Hi Nithya, > > I have checked gfid in all the bricks in disperse set for the folder. it > all same there is no difference. > > regards >
2011 Aug 17
10
cluster.min-free-disk separate for each, brick
On 15/08/11 20:00, gluster-users-request at gluster.org wrote: > Message: 1 > Date: Sun, 14 Aug 2011 23:24:46 +0300 > From: "Deyan Chepishev - SuperHosting.BG"<dchepishev at superhosting.bg> > Subject: [Gluster-users] cluster.min-free-disk separate for each > brick > To: gluster-users at gluster.org > Message-ID:<4E482F0E.3030604 at
2017 Nov 14
1
Error logged in fuse-mount log file
I remember we have fixed 2 issues where such kind of error messages were coming and also we were seeing issues on mount. In one of the case the problem was in dht. Unfortunately, I don't remember the BZ's for those issues. As glusterfs 3.10.1 is an old version, I would request you to please upgrade it to latest one. I am sure this would have fix . ---- Ashish ----- Original
2017 Nov 14
1
Error logged in fuse-mount log file
On 14 November 2017 at 08:36, Ashish Pandey <aspandey at redhat.com> wrote: > > I remember we have fixed 2 issues where such kind of error messages were > coming and also we were seeing issues on mount. > In one of the case the problem was in dht. Unfortunately, I don't > remember the BZ's for those issues. > I think the DHT BZ you are referring to 1438423
2005 Dec 17
9
How to clear sessions with cron?
Anyone got a quick code snippet I can add to my crontab? Since Rails doesn''t do any housekeeping, my /tmp directory just keeps getting fatter and fatter. I found this useless snippet in the Agile book: find /tmp/ -name ''ruby_sess*'' -ctime +12h -delete Fedora Linux complains about the ''h'' in 12h, then if you remove the
2012 Apr 04
10
[PATCH 0 of 2] libxl: add libxl_domain_config_init
The following series implements libxl_domain_config_init as per the libxl API requirement that each type has an init function. The first function does this in an open coded manner and is proposed for Xen 4.2. The second function is RFC only since it moves the definition of this type into the IDL and makes the required infrastructure updates to enable this. I think this is more 4.3 material at
1997 Dec 05
1
Logon to SAMBA
Hi, I have installed the samba-1.9.17p3 on our Solaris 2.5.1 (named ''dor-ent1'') and Linux (named ''iserver''). They work when I test out ''smbclient -L dor-ent1'' from Linux machine and vice-versa. I also can map the directories on ''dor-ent1'' or ''iserver'' to my win95 machine