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2004 Sep 16
1
[PATCH] BUG on fsync/fdatasync with Ext3 data=journal
Hello, We found that fsync and fdatasync syscalls sometimes don't sync data in an ext3 file system under the following conditions. 1. Kernel version is 2.6.6 or later (including 2.6.8.1 and 2.6.9-rc2). 2. Ext3's journalling mode is "data=journal". 3. Create a file (whose size is 1Mbytes) and execute umount/mount. 4. lseek to a random position within the file, write 8192
2005 Sep 21
1
wbinfo works for test authentication but cannot list users
Hi all, I have a Samba configuration that was in place on Ubuntu Warty (samba 3.0.7) workstations to allow winbind to authenticate domain users on them. These computers have since been re-installed with Ubuntu Hoary (samba 3.0.10) with the same configuration. The workstations have been successfully joined to the domain using `net rpc join`. `wbinfo -t` shows that the trust between the
2012 May 02
0
bcrm package update
Dear all, Version 0.3 of the bcrm package is now available on CRAN. The package allows users to fit Bayesian Continuous Reassessment Method Phase I trial designs. This version has the following new developments from version 0.1: * Stopping rules have been added, allowing stopping to be based on a maximum sample size, the maximum number to be treated at the final MTD estimate, the precision
2012 May 02
0
bcrm package update
Dear all, Version 0.3 of the bcrm package is now available on CRAN. The package allows users to fit Bayesian Continuous Reassessment Method Phase I trial designs. This version has the following new developments from version 0.1: * Stopping rules have been added, allowing stopping to be based on a maximum sample size, the maximum number to be treated at the final MTD estimate, the precision
2012 Jan 13
0
New package ‘bcrm’ to implement Bayesian continuous reassessment method designs
Dear R users, I am pleased to announce the release of a new packaged called `bcrm? (version 0.1), now available on CRAN. The package implements a wide range of Bayesian continuous reassessment method (CRM) designs to be used in Phase I dose-escalation trials. The package is fully documented and highlights include ? A choice of 1-parameter working models or the 2-parameter logistic model.
2012 Jan 13
0
New package ‘bcrm’ to implement Bayesian continuous reassessment method designs
Dear R users, I am pleased to announce the release of a new packaged called `bcrm? (version 0.1), now available on CRAN. The package implements a wide range of Bayesian continuous reassessment method (CRM) designs to be used in Phase I dose-escalation trials. The package is fully documented and highlights include ? A choice of 1-parameter working models or the 2-parameter logistic model.
1997 Jul 19
1
R-beta: R without graphics
Is there a way to "unplug" the windows graphics from R, so that it will work across a teletype telnet session or in a Linux box proving resistant to having windows added to it? Thanks Jonathan Myles -- Dr. Jonathan Myles e-mail:jonathan.myles at mrc-bsu.cam.ac.uk MRC Biostatistics Unit Tel. 01223 330371 Institute of Public Health FAX 01223 330388 University Forvie
1997 Nov 14
1
R-beta: R in ESS with different -n and -v arguments
Is there any way of running R in ESS using -n and -v arguments other than the default? Thanks Jonathan -- Dr. Jonathan Myles e-mail:jonathan.myles at mrc-bsu.cam.ac.uk MRC Biostatistics Unit Tel. 01223 330371 Institute of Public Health FAX 01223 330388 University Forvie Site Robinson Way CAMBRIDGE CB2 2SR
1999 Jul 12
0
Error is dynamivally loaded code
Changing from 0.64.1 to 0.64.2 is causing some dynamically-loaded code to crash with the message: ld.so.1: /usr/local/lib/R/bin/R.binary: fatal: relocation error: file /homef/jonm/glib/ggg/libs/glmm.so: symbol R_chk_calloc: referenced symbol not found (I've added carriage returns) what am I doing wrong? Jonathan -- Dr. Jonathan Myles
1999 Jun 07
0
R/C programming and documentation---thanks and summary
Thanks to everyone who helped with my query---Professors Riply, Bates, Lumley, and Tim Keitt. I said <snip> > My worries are > > a) That I've used calloc rather than S_alloc throughout. Professors Bates and Ripley both pointed out that calloc should be replaced by Calloc and free by Free, which, I'll do. ---- I said: > b) That I've used the following
1999 Jun 15
3
r help archives
Where are the archives of r-help kept, please? Jonathan -- Dr. Jonathan Myles e-mail:jonathan.myles at mrc-bsu.cam.ac.uk MRC Biostatistics Unit Tel. 01223 330371 Institute of Public Health FAX 01223 330388 University Forvie Site Robinson Way CAMBRIDGE CB2 2SR -.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.- r-help mailing list --
1997 Jul 24
1
R-beta: dyn.load: incompatability between R and S
I have C routines in a collection of files "/homef/jonm/postdocs/GLMM_project/Cprogs/nn/misc.o" "/homef/jonm/postdocs/GLMM_project/Cprogs/nn/random.o" "/homef/jonm/postdocs/GLMM_project/Cprogs/nn/ars.o" ... etc , where the third file includes functions which call functions in the
2001 Oct 31
1
How safe is journalling?
Sorry if this message has been posted by someone else before, but I couldn't find anything similar in the last couple of months of archive. The question is how safe is journalling, in general? The "ordered" mount option for ext3 seems pretty safe, but is it possible that if the drive's power went half way through writing to the journal, could it be left in an inconsistent state?
2004 Feb 13
1
fsync in ext3: A question
Hi, I have a question on fsync() and ext3's journaling modes. Assume that I call fsync(fd) on a file. If that file is in 'data=journal' mode, would the fsync() return once the data gets safely into the journal ? On the other hand, if that file is in 'data=writeback' mode, would the fsync() return only when the data gets safely into its actual location ? Any help is
2010 Apr 11
1
Re: Poor interactive performance with I/O loads with fsync()ing
On Sun, 11 Apr 2010 18:03:00 +0300, Avi Kivity <avi@redhat.com> wrote: > On 04/09/2010 05:56 PM, Ben Gamari wrote: > > On Mon, 29 Mar 2010 00:08:58 +0200, Andi Kleen<andi@firstfloor.org> wrote: > > > >> Ben Gamari<bgamari.foss@gmail.com> writes: > >> ext4/XFS/JFS/btrfs should be better in this regard > >> >
1999 Aug 20
2
Referencing R in journal paper?
I'm using R for calculations and plots in a statistical paper. Is there a canonical reference to use in the bibliography? (Or is it not common to acknowledge computer programs in journal papers?) -- Bj?rn-Helge Mevik <bhm at math.uio.no> -.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.- r-help mailing list -- Read
2003 Feb 04
1
Quick fsync question
If I want to make sure a file has really been deleted do I have to: 1. fsync the file 2. fsync the directory the file is in 3. both? Much thanks. -- Ben Escoto
2010 Mar 15
1
[PATCH 1/2] Btrfs: remove bad fsync transaction check
This check for a user transaction is a bogus: fsync() with an open user transaction is verboten. If the caller is the same process who started a user transaction, and this is a different file, we will deadlock. If it''s the same file, this check means we won''t deadlock, but the transaction will be prematurely closed out. Any user transaction ioctl users should be careful to
2006 Feb 23
1
Ext3: Ordered : Fsync question
Does Fsync of a file on a ext3 fs mounted with "ordered" option(the default) result in flush the dirty data buffers in the fs that correspond to previous transactions. In other words, if I keep writing to file1 (lots of data), log something to file2, keep fsyncing file2 after every write - does this mean file1 data would be committed by fsyncs on file2. Please copy me on your replies
2005 Mar 05
2
Reverse plot axes with xlim=rev(range(x)) fails with asp=1
Dear R users, I would like to reverse the axes on some xy plots (for example to set the origin at the top left rather than the bottom left). I had planned to use something of the following form: plot(y=y<-c(20,4,5,6),x=x<-c(10,20,30,40),ylim=rev(range(y))) ie reversing ylim to reverse the y axis. This works fine however I also want to use the parameter asp=1 to ensure that equal