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2008 Feb 10
4
method from string?
I am sure this is doable but I can''t find a specific example and my brain is frazzled. Basically, I am doing a whole load of in-place editing and need methods to support the updates. Here is what I am doing now: def set_blog_website faq = Faq.find(params[:id]) faq.blog_website = params[:value] faq.save! @faq = faq do_ret end Surely there is a generic way I can
2004 Sep 20
2
1 extension entry for multiple purposes?
Hey gang, There must be any easy solution for this but my mind is frazzled on compiling 2.4 with RTC as module. Bleh. Currently extension 9000 is our VoicemailMain(@company) line. Some employee's are complaining that the old system was better because you didn't have to enter your mailbox number and that instead the old system took you right to it. I figured there was something similar
2007 Apr 18
0
[PATCH 4/9] 00mm5 combine flush accessed dirty.patch
Remove ptep_test_and_clear_{dirty|young} from i386, and instead use the dominating functions, ptep_clear_flush_{dirty|young}. This allows the TLB page flush to be contained in the same macro, and allows for an eager optimization - if reading the PTE initially returned dirty/accessed, we can assume the fact that no subsequent update to the PTE which cleared accessed / dirty has occurred,
2001 Jul 18
2
Patch for latest ac release?
Lo, Is there already a patch out for latest 2.4.6-ac release? I'm pretty sure that the ext3 patch -ac2 can not be applied on this release. Bye. -- the trees the birds the air the grass the water the flies the trees
2007 Apr 18
0
[patch 9/9] Guest page hinting: full s390 support.
From: Martin Schwidefsky <schwidefsky@de.ibm.com> From: Hubertus Franke <frankeh@watson.ibm.com> From: Himanshu Raj <rhim@cc.gatech.edu> [patch 9/9] Guest page hinting: full s390 support. s390 uses the milli-coded ESSA instruction to set the page state. The page state is formed by four guest page states called block usage states and three host page states called block
2007 Apr 18
0
[PATCH 4/5] Fix bad mmu names.patch
Make parameter names match function argument names for the yet to be defined pte_update_defer accessor. Signed-off-by: Zachary Amsden <zach@vmware.com> diff -r c7f79c35c160 include/asm-i386/pgtable.h --- a/include/asm-i386/pgtable.h Thu Oct 19 03:03:24 2006 -0700 +++ b/include/asm-i386/pgtable.h Thu Oct 19 03:11:31 2006 -0700 @@ -275,7 +275,7 @@ do {
2007 Apr 18
0
[PATCH 9/9] 00mme update pte hook.patch
Add a pte_update_hook which notifies about pte changes that have been made without using the set_pte / clear_pte interfaces. This allows shadow mode hypervisors which do not trap on page table access to maintain synchronized shadows. It also turns out, there was one pte update in PAE mode that wasn't using any accessor interface at all for setting NX protection. Considering it is PAE
2007 Apr 18
0
[PATCH 4/5] Fix bad mmu names.patch
Make parameter names match function argument names for the yet to be defined pte_update_defer accessor. Signed-off-by: Zachary Amsden <zach@vmware.com> diff -r c7f79c35c160 include/asm-i386/pgtable.h --- a/include/asm-i386/pgtable.h Thu Oct 19 03:03:24 2006 -0700 +++ b/include/asm-i386/pgtable.h Thu Oct 19 03:11:31 2006 -0700 @@ -275,7 +275,7 @@ do {
2008 May 23
0
[PATCH] x86/paravirt: add pte_flags to just get pte flags
Add pte_flags() to extract the flags from a pte. This is a special case of pte_val() which is only guaranteed to return the pte's flags correctly; the page number may be corrupted or missing. The intent is to allow paravirt implementations to return pte flags without having to do any translation of the page number (most notably, Xen). Signed-off-by: Jeremy Fitzhardinge
2008 May 23
0
[PATCH] x86/paravirt: add pte_flags to just get pte flags
Add pte_flags() to extract the flags from a pte. This is a special case of pte_val() which is only guaranteed to return the pte's flags correctly; the page number may be corrupted or missing. The intent is to allow paravirt implementations to return pte flags without having to do any translation of the page number (most notably, Xen). Signed-off-by: Jeremy Fitzhardinge
2008 Mar 20
0
[RFC/PATCH 02/15] preparation: host memory management changes for s390 kvm
From: Heiko Carstens <heiko.carstens at de.ibm.com> From: Christian Borntraeger <borntraeger at de.ibm.com> This patch changes the s390 memory management defintions to use the pgste field for dirty and reference bit tracking of host and guest code. Usually on s390, dirty and referenced are tracked in storage keys, which belong to the physical page. This changes with virtualization:
2004 Jan 07
0
Frazzled newbie questions
-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA1 Hi there, I'm now the proud owner of an X100P and am struggling to set up a CVS-compiled Asterisk to do my bidding. I checked zaptel/zapata/asterisk out today and pretty much did a straight make install on all packages. So far the only consistent trick I can make it perform is calling from one SIP phone to another. Could I get a bit
2007 Apr 18
0
[patch 6/9] Guest page hinting: writable page table entries.
From: Martin Schwidefsky <schwidefsky@de.ibm.com> From: Hubertus Franke <frankeh@watson.ibm.com> From: Himanshu Raj <rhim@cc.gatech.edu> [patch 6/9] Guest page hinting: writable page table entries. The volatile state for page cache and swap cache pages requires that the host system needs to be able to determine if a volatile page is dirty before removing it. This excludes
2009 Aug 13
4
Win98 asks for IPC$ password
Hi all, After I converted my Linux desktop from Mandriva 2008.1 with Samba 3.0.28a to Ubuntu 9.04 with Samba 3.3.2, my Windows 98 box could no longer connect to my Linux desktop via Samba. The symptom was that Windows kept asking for the IPC$ password. Linux clients have no problem with the Ubuntu Samba server. My machine is called "mydesk", and on every Linux box in the house, the
2011 Jul 27
1
HOWTO install CentOS 6 on low memory computer or virtual machine (even 192MB RAM)
I've managed to install CentOS 6 on a 192MB virtual machine using LiveCD install-to-disk graphical method. This is not normally possible because of: - hard-coded minimum supported memory in Anaconda installer - it will show a message "You do not have enough RAM to install CentOS Linux on this machine" if you try or force you to use seriously crippled text installer; - a bug in
2012 Feb 26
2
strange memory issues with CentOS 6.2 on VPS
Hi all, today we've encountered quite strange issues with memory allocation on one of our VPS running CentOS 6.2. So far I've been unable to determine what's causing it - hopefully someone here will know what's up. The VPS is a "small" machine - just 512MB of RAM, 1 CPU, running 6.2. with current kernel (2.6.32-220.4.2.el6.x86_64, but I've tried the
2001 Mar 28
1
Ext3 and LFS - possible? fatal?
Has anyone tried LFS (ie >2G files support) and Ext3 together? Are there good reasons why this should/should not work? I see the RH enterprise kernel patch set specifically does not attempt both lfs and ext3, but the lfs patches themselves touch some reasonably localised parts of ext2, so I would hope (without having dived in there to test), that the ext3 changes would mirror that
2020 Apr 14
0
Build regressions/improvements in v5.7-rc1
Geert Uytterhoeven <geert at linux-m68k.org> writes: > On Mon, 13 Apr 2020, Geert Uytterhoeven wrote: >> Below is the list of build error/warning regressions/improvements in >> v5.7-rc1[1] compared to v5.6[2]. >> >> Summarized: >> - build errors: +132/-3 >> - build warnings: +257/-79 >> >> Happy fixing! ;-) >>
2002 Jul 08
0
(no subject)
Which version should I use out of the list? Or do I install all of them, one after the other? ext3-2.4-0.9.9-2410p4.gz 05Sep01 (Against 2.4.10-pre4) (Changelog) ext3-2.4-0.9.9-249ac9.gz 05Sep01 (Against 2.4.9-ac9) ext3-2.4-0.9.10-2410.gz 23Sep01 (Against 2.4.10) (Changelog) patch-rml-2.4.10-ac3-ext3-0.9.9-with-dir-speedup-1.gz 01Oct01 (From Robert Love. Unofficial :-))
2002 Jul 11
1
(no subject)
Which version should I use out of the list? Or do I install all of them, one after the other? ext3-2.4-0.9.9-2410p4.gz 05Sep01 (Against 2.4.10-pre4) (Changelog) ext3-2.4-0.9.9-249ac9.gz 05Sep01 (Against 2.4.9-ac9) ext3-2.4-0.9.10-2410.gz 23Sep01 (Against 2.4.10) (Changelog) patch-rml-2.4.10-ac3-ext3-0.9.9-with-dir-speedup-1.gz 01Oct01 (From Robert Love. Unofficial :-))