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donavan
smooge: vim has windows :P
slicslak
lol
range
donavan: And the opposite is also true.
Errm. The reverse?
donavan
miv has windows?
or vim has wodniw?
range
Windows has vim?
can have.
donavan
(Action) cgafs
cannonball
Has anybody seen symptoms where an x86_64 box runs a few seconds fast every minute?
My ntp daemon is generating offsets that are quite large.
donavan
cannonball: google hold the answer to his common problem
euclid
i bet google knows
         

donavan
goodsh*t: freshmeat.net holds the answer to this offtopic question
martintoy
goodsh*t try sugarcrm
riaanvn
cannonball: which kernel version are you seeing these symptoms?
cannonball
CentOS44[root@smtp3 ~]# uname -r
2.6.9-42.0.2.ELsmp
riaanvn
strange. Older RHEL versions had a problem with Opteron (which had a workaround) but this should have been fixed for a while
http://h18004.www1.hp.com/products/servers/linux/powernow-notes.html#rhel4amd64
cannonball
riaanvn: Yeah I saw the AMD bugs. This is Intel CPU though. The regular Xeons are ok. It's just these two new Xeons.
riaanvn: http://pastebin.ca/162838
smtp1 and smtp2 are regular Xeons. smtp3 and smtp4 are x86_64.
rado1
I wanna talk about centos serving a bunch of windows boxes for a business software...that will run on a linux platform but no gui for the windows...but data can be interfaced w/ms-sql
where can I go to talk bout this kinda thing?
cannonball
Your system will be comprised of a few differnt things. Samba and odbc are the two big things that I see.
rado1
....so far
tru_tru
cannonball: clock=pit or clock=pmtmr on the boot command line
rado1
oh of course they sayin the easiest way to do it is to run a windows server....ummmm ...I'd rather take a beating!
cannonball
Heh, we have about 80 Linux boxen and 3 Windows machines. It took forever to get the Windows machiens to be stable, but they've been pretty good of late.
tru_tru: I'll test it and see if it works for me. It's not a VMWare session, but I'll try it anyway.
donavan
cannonball: isn't no_timer_check=0 the fix?
seanos_work
de ja vu...
donavan
you continue to be off topic goodsh*t
crm warez running on centos has NOTHING to do with centos
ahhh tricky auto rejoin
funzone
(Action) slaps Evolution around a bit with a large trout
rado1
donavan, you read up above what I posted...if so who/where to go to talk this over? please
donavan
rado1: perhaps ##linux can guide you to a good place to discuss windows/linux integration
rado1
donavan, kk thx!!
SunRayCafe
Question: I asked about point revs of services before, and was told that point revs don't change because patches are rolled back and released as a prior point rev, and that I'll get updated by running update, so not to worry about it. But.. My concern now is, there were fairly significant functionality changes between PHP 4.3 and PHP 4.4, that effect a major utility I use on my site. The latest CentOS4.3 updates from yum still show a point rev 4.3.9... Doe
I just want to be certain, in this specific instance, if possible
         

donavan
your message go cut off
SunRayCafe
sorry, will break it in two
Question: I asked about point revs of services before, and was told that point revs don't change because patches are rolled back and released as a prior point rev, and that I'll get updated by running update, so not to worry about it. But..
My concern now is, there were fairly significant functionality changes between PHP 4.3 and PHP 4.4, that effect a major utility I use on my site. The latest CentOS4.3 updates from yum still show a point rev 4.3.9... Does that include the 4.4 changes?
donavan
ask the vendor of the major utility if it's compatible with the RHEL 4 php edition
yes
SunRayCafe
yes the 4.4 changes are rolled into the 4.3 RHEL is running?
donavan
SunRayCafe: reset please
SunRayCafe
reset?
donavan
SunRayCafe: what is the output of "rpm -q php" on the box in question
SunRayCafe
donavan: php-4.3.9-3.15
Evolution
SunRayCafe: *some* of the php 4.4 changes are in php 4.3
for rhel.
donavan
(mixing 4.3 4.4 php 43.3, 4.3.9 and 4.4
Evolution
mostly only the bug fixes and security updates. relatively few features.
donavan
you have the latest official PHP offered by CentOS
like I said above....
ask the vendor of the major utility if it's compatible with the RHEL 4 php edition
SunRayCafe
donavan: will do, thanks
donavan
if they dont' know, ask them what their target enterprise platform is
funzone
Ah i see Evolution is out from his bosses desk...:-)
SunRayCafe
Evolution: thanks for the info
ckoehler
where is mkinitrd?
donavan
do we need to put out an apb?
ckoehler
yeah please
donavan
ou.edu?
ckoehler
yeah
donavan
which one?
ckoehler
which what?
donavan
in abbynormal, OK?
ckoehler
nope
not quite
but close
donavan
hmm
there other owhos?
funzone
is that a real name of a town?
ckoehler
not as far as I know
donavan
funzone: hughesjr knows about tuttle
ckoehler
yeah that's one
donavan
norman aka abbynormal is down the road a bit from tuttle
ckoehler
so anyway, mkinitrd doesn't work on my install, and I was wondering which rpm I need to install etc
donavan
which owho are you at ?
ckoehler
owho?
Evolution
ckoehler: it works fine here. what error are you getting?
funzone
the one the that has it in it....lol
ckoehler
command not found
Evolution
ckoehler: are you root
funzone
are you as root
ckoehler
yeah
donavan
man yum, read about provides
hughesjr
tuttle ... and Jerry Taylor ... never heard of it
Evolution
ckoehler: did you su, or su -
ckoehler
su
funzone
that is why
Evolution
that's the wrong one.
donavan
uhh huh
funzone
(Action) slaps ckoehler around a bit with a large trout
ckoehler
I like trout
tastes good
Evolution
ckoehler: su just gives you the uid of the user... the - makes it a login shell, which sources root's paths and gives you superpowers.
funzone
should do su - to pull in roots profile
donavan
abbynormal, OK, is also the home of group formerly knows as the NSSL
ckoehler
alright, thanks a lot guys! learn something new every day
funzone
ok....i know Evolution i am totally wrong....lmao
donavan
hmmm, maybe they are still known as the NSSL
funzone
donavan: i have no idea what you are talking about
donavan
ohhh funzone, long long ago
I had a job I liked
funzone
a job is not something you like!
donavan
I'd give up knowning Evolution for a chance to go to work for noaa at National Severe Storms Laboratory (NSSL) in abbynormal, OK
funzone, it was an awesome job, I got to send the day playing with weather data
funzone
well what happen to the job?
guest_
where is a good IRC channel for linux file system recovery?
donavan
ohhh, the air farce got in the way
guest_
I have an ext3 that lost the superblock for my / partition
donavan
decided lockmart was screwing up too much stuff
so hughes lost our subcontracting part
funzone
who has the contract now?
rado1
funzone: don't ever tell Evolution you were wrong...He's sooo swelled up now he can't even make it thru the door
guest_
I have found that mke2fs -n /dev/hda6 will tell me where my backup superblock is located
donavan
hell if I know, prolly raytheon with lockmart doing the sub work
funzone
rado1: what do you mean now...he has always been like that....lol
rado1
rofl
should I make Ev jealous?
funzone
dont we love picking on Evolution....
poor Evolution.....
not
donavan
funzone: I became unemployable in that arena after telling the nsa to shove their SCI up their asses
rado1
homemade Ravioli for supper tonite, Ev
funzone
well that would make you not like anywhere...
donavan
nahh, only if I wanted (which I don't) said TS back
funzone
donavan:??
donavan
funzone: ?
rado1
that's not nice donavan
funzone
donavan: not sure what you mean "nahh, only if I wanted (which I don't) said TS back"
acoolone
has anyone seen the error message: "Bad EIP Value Kernel Panic in 5 Seconds"
This happens when I do a reboot
donavan
acoolone: your box is over heating
or has a dead fan
funzone, ur citizen?
funzone
which means he is overheating.
yes
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