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2005 Dec 27
9
2.6.14 - HTB/SFQ QoS broken?
Hello, First of all, I already contacted Martin Devera, the developer of HTB, and he told me to search for help on this mailinglist, thus I am describing my problems here now... I am kind of seriously annoyed by QoS as I have been trying for over 3 years to get it working properly - first I did not understand how it works, then it seemed not to work, then it was working perfectly for half a
2018 Aug 24
3
Mail has quit working
On Fri, 24 Aug 2018 at 14:15, TE Dukes <tdukes at palmettoshopper.com> wrote: > > #hosts: db files nisplus nis dns > hosts: dns files myhostname > ^^^ that's probably broke also. hosts: files dns That should be it. Putting dns first works if you can guarentee that DNS works fine all the time but if your DNS caches that localhost doesn't exist then
2018 Aug 25
3
Mail has quit working
On Fri, 24 Aug 2018 at 18:16, TE Dukes <tdukes at palmettoshopper.com> wrote: > > > > > -----Original Message----- > > From: CentOS [mailto:centos-bounces at centos.org] On Behalf Of Stephen > > John Smoogen > > Sent: Friday, August 24, 2018 3:58 PM > > To: CentOS mailing list > > Subject: Re: [CentOS] Mail has quit working > > > > On
2018 Apr 16
2
Question concerning llvm::BlockAddress class
Hi all, I have a question concerning block address class in LLVM. I am currently working on a project where I need to obtain and manipulate basic block virtual addresses. I was searching the web and found the llvm::BlockAddress class (http://llvm.org/doxygen/classllvm_1_1BlockAddress.html). With this class I was able to obtain a printout like this: i8* blockaddress(@func_name,
2006 Jun 22
3
best way to generate sums of groups
I''m a rails newby, so I''m trying to wrap my head around how to tackle this, since my first few attempts failed. Let''s say your database looks like this: Users id, name, created_at Points id, user_id, value, created_at Users complete different tasks and are awarded varying levels of points, which are recorded in the Points table. What if you wanted to display a
2012 Nov 21
3
Reentrant NMIs, MCEs and interrupt stack tables.
Hello, While working on a fix for the rare-but-possible problem of reentrant NMIs and MCEs, I have discovered that it is sadly possible to generate fake NMIs and MCEs which will run the relevant handlers on the relevant stacks, without invoking any of the other CPU logic for these special interrupts. A fake NMI can be generated by a processor in PIC mode as opposed to Virtual wire mode, with a
2005 Nov 02
4
must cut the line down too much for shaping to work
Hi, my situation: One internet connection 256 kbps uplink/downlink, pretty stable speed, a Linux router with three NICs (one to ISP, one to DMZ and one with VLANs enabled to our LAN). Each of three VLANs (1, 10, 11) is a region for me; id 1 gets guaranteed 128 kbps, id 10 and 11 both get guaranteed 64 kbps (both uplink and downlink). Simple configuration. After I read relevant parts of lartc
2018 Apr 16
0
Question concerning llvm::BlockAddress class
On Mon, Apr 16, 2018 at 04:14:03PM -0400, Brenda So via llvm-dev wrote: > Hi all, > > I have a question concerning block address class in LLVM. I am currently > working on a project where I need to obtain and manipulate basic block virtual > addresses. I was searching the web and found the llvm::BlockAddress class ( >
2010 Mar 15
1
Duplicate USB vendor,product specification
I studying how to attach USB devices to a KVM guest virtual machine using libvirt. Using the "vendor" and "product" to specify the source device seems like a good option since the "bus" and "device" values can change as a device is removed and re-inserted. The question I have is what should I expect to happen if I plug in two identical USB devices - so they
2010 Nov 25
0
[LLVMdev] ARM Intruction Constraint DestReg!=SrcReg patch?
Hi, > I am using a cross compiler to compiler for the arm5 architecture. For this > architecture it is not allowed that a destination register is also used as source > register. > In 2007 a patch was discussed at the mailing list, however my compiler still is > producing this result. Does anyone know if this patch is actually applied? > > * I use the following arguments:
2010 Jan 04
2
Downgrade TDB files?
Hi. I've tried Samba 3.4.3 and it upgraded my passdb.tdb file. After testing I concluded that I'm not going to upgrade to 3.4.3 yet, because 'getent passwd' was broken in recent BlastWave Solaris packages: http://wiki.blastwave.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=447&start=0 Now, after I downgraded the Samba back to 3.0.32, client connections started to
2010 Mar 13
1
behaviour of "virsh shutdown domainName"
Hi all, I am experiencing some problems with different versions of libvirt (0.7.5 and 0.7.7), with a kvm (WinXP), host running Ubuntu 9.10, and i would like to ask you two questions: - In virsh, after running the command "shutdown domainName", what should be the final state of the domain, if the shutdown finishes correctly: "shutoff", "no-state",
2005 Jun 09
2
tc filter priority
hi all friends has tc filter an priority of rules , like iptables, let me explain it : with iptables, when the packet find a rule to go, it doesnt see the rest of rules, and how is the behavior of tc filter ?? see it : one packet from 10.10.10.1:2421 going to 11.11.11.1:110 what rule above it will be shaped ?? 1 ) tc filter add dev eth0 protocol ip parent 1:0 prio 1 u32 match ip src
2005 Dec 27
5
class exceeds its ceil
Hi, I have a setup like this: class 1:1 rate 7600kbit (on a imq device) | |\class 1:10 rate 100kbit ceil 5600kbit prio 7 (here goes p2p traffic) \class 1:12 rate 7500kbit ceil 7600kbit | |\class 1:121 rate 3100 ceil 7500kbit prio 0 |\class 1:122 rate 2200 ceil 7500kbit prio 2 \class 1:123 rate 2200 ceil 7500kbit prio
2005 Apr 04
12
new perflow rate control queue
Hi, One of my customer needs per flow rate control, so I write one. The code I post here is not finished, but it seems to work as expected. The kernel patch is agains kernel 2.6.11, the iproute2 patch is against iproute2-2.6.11-050314. I write the code in a hurry to meet deadline. There are many other things to do ahead for me. The code is written in 2 days (including read other
2010 Nov 25
2
[LLVMdev] ARM Intruction Constraint DestReg!=SrcReg patch?
Hi, I am using a cross compiler to compiler for the arm5 architecture. For this architecture it is not allowed that a destination register is also used as source register. In 2007 a patch was discussed at the mailing list, however my compiler still is producing this result. Does anyone know if this patch is actually applied? * I use the following arguments: llvm-gcc -mfpu=vfp -mlittle-endian
2012 Oct 18
3
Linux Software RAID 1 - Unequal Sized Hard Disks
Has anyone created or rebuilt a Linux Software RAID having mirrored partitions on unequal sized hard disks ? There is a CentOS 5 server having two 400 GB hard disks with five mirrored partitions (software RAID 1) and one of the hard disks is dying. Since new 400 GB HDDs are not available here, we are exploring the possibility of replacing the faulty hard disk with one of a higher capacity (500 GB
2001 Jan 30
4
Detection of identical file doesn't work for localhost:
Hi, I had to notice that scp is able to detect if a file is copied to itself if you use "scp foo /path/to/foo" or "scp foo .". If you type in "scp foo localhost:/path/to/foo" it will still overwrite the old version of foo. Is it possible to change this behaviour of scp? I only had a quick glance at scp.c and I'm also not a C coder, only
2006 Dec 27
13
Where did UJS go? UJS vs. RJS
I have not been able to access the UJS site, http://www.ujs4rails.com/ for two days. Does that mean there are problems or that it has been incorporated into Rails core? In general, what do you think of using UJS instead of RJS? -- Posted via http://www.ruby-forum.com/. --~--~---------~--~----~------------~-------~--~----~ You received this message because you are
2018 Aug 24
3
Mail has quit working
> > OK. There are a couple of things: > > > > Aug 23 21:47:18 ts130 postfix/smtpd[3750]: warning: hostname localhost > > does not resolve to address 127.0.0.1 > > Aug 23 21:47:18 ts130 postfix/smtpd[3750]: connect from > > unknown[127.0.0.1] > > > > That needs to be fixed. What does the entry for 127.0.0.1 look like in > >