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Native & Green Threads
Hi,

While compiling an application on Solaris 10, I observe the following printout. The same compilation passed some time ago(but perhaps the compilers were different then! We are maintaining this...
Forum: Programming 12-24-2008
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Posted By smanu
C++ library in C
Hi,

I have a bunch of C++ files whose functionality needs to be included in another piece of C code. Is it possible to create a C++ library and link it with C code?
Forum: Solaris 04-01-2008
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Posted By smanu
Bugs with clock()
Hi there!!!

Need your help in solving some tricky problems.

Since clock() as such is buggy on SUN OS 5 we have started using gettimeofday() in our RTOS applications based on Solaris 9.

The...
Forum: IP Networking 11-03-2007
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Posted By smanu
DNS ENUM RR interpretation
Hi Guys,

This is really really urgent. Am looking out for some quick answers.

I'm developing a DNS Resolver client that interprets DNS Query repsonses & pass on the needful to DNS applications....
Forum: IP Networking 10-16-2007
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Posted By smanu
>> 1. they have different broadcast addresses. ...
>> 1. they have different broadcast addresses.

Would having the same broadcast messages ensure that bge3 receives the broadcast messages from bge1?


>> 2. is bge1 plugged into bge3 via a...
Forum: IP Networking 10-16-2007
5,886
Posted By smanu
lo0:...
lo0: flags=1000849<UP,LOOPBACK,RUNNING,MULTICAST,IPv4> mtu 8232 index 1
inet 127.0.0.1 netmask ff000000
bge0: flags=1000843<UP,BROADCAST,RUNNING,MULTICAST,IPv4> mtu 1500 index 2
...
Forum: IP Networking 10-16-2007
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Posted By smanu
Multiple NIC's - Broadcast Messages
Hi,

I have a UNIX WS with four Network Interface Cards configured for a special scenario.

Ethernet Interfaces - bge0, bge1, bge2 & bge3.
bge3 is isolated from the whole IP world, not connected...
Forum: Solaris 09-06-2007
2,012
Posted By smanu
.noname process???
I'm here in the need of an experts' help!!! :-)

When does a process acquire a name ".noname"

In one of my applications I create a process using the following code,
the process is created with...
2,040
Posted By smanu
Dumping network packets
Hi,

My Solaris Workstation has got 4 NICS, out of which one of them(bge3) is unplugged from the rest of the external network & connected to other interface(bge1). The isolated NIC serves as a...
7,753
Posted By smanu
Thanks, I have also now come across other...
Thanks, I have also now come across other non-commercial tools such as iotop, psio for doing just that!
7,753
Posted By smanu
IO statistics of a solaris process
Hi,

How to find the IO being consumed by a partciular Solaris process?
A plain iostat only gives the IO statistics of the system/disk as a whole!
Any help would be appreciated!
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Posted By smanu
I actually use the RTOS timer already written by...
I actually use the RTOS timer already written by a third party. clock() is used by them & it has been in use for five years now, no problems for long. Only recently the RTOS applications started...
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Posted By smanu
clock() call returning zero always
Hi,

Is there a chance that the clock() call returns 0 eternally???
Using BSD. My RTOS application freezes inconsistently only on particular hosts. When debugging it, I came to see that the RTOS...
Forum: IP Networking 04-30-2007
45,783
Posted By smanu
I guess, I made my statement ambiguous. I mean: I...
I guess, I made my statement ambiguous. I mean: I shall experiment asynchronous I/O, the new feature introduced in Solaris 10 & if that improves perfromance, implement the equivalent stuff in Solaris...
Forum: IP Networking 04-29-2007
45,783
Posted By smanu
My OS is Solaris 9. But I can also try...
My OS is Solaris 9. But I can also try experimenting on Solaris 10 & if there is any real performance boost, don't you think it would be possible to implement the equivalent things on Solaris 9?
I...
Forum: IP Networking 04-28-2007
45,783
Posted By smanu
Ok! My syscall.h has got SYS_poll only. So...
Ok! My syscall.h has got SYS_poll only.
So poll() seems to be the primitive one.

But could you tell me what are those other number of ways in which we can check if our system is BSD derived or V...
Forum: IP Networking 04-27-2007
45,783
Posted By smanu
Hi, Srinivasan: Thanks for the information....
Hi,

Srinivasan: Thanks for the information. That was exactly something I was looking out for. Do you by any chance have any idea about how much performance improvement can be achieved by replacing...
Forum: IP Networking 04-26-2007
45,783
Posted By smanu
select vs poll
Hi,

Off late I had been looking at the differences b/w select() & poll() system calls. The requirement is to reduce the overhead, processor power in waiting for the data. In the kind of...
Forum: IP Networking 12-31-2006
8,286
Posted By smanu
Hi Perderabo, Thanks for the reply. I asked...
Hi Perderabo,

Thanks for the reply. I asked the question exactly in the context of using nslookup, not in the general resolver sense.

The answer I'm looking out for is: how can I override the...
Forum: IP Networking 12-30-2006
8,286
Posted By smanu
overriding /etc/resolv.conf with .nslookuprc file
Hi,

I have come across a fact that /etc/resolv.conf can be overrided by using ~/.nslookuprc.
Is this completely true...i.e can I completely override /etc/resolv.conf.

If so, can I have a list...
Forum: Programming 12-27-2006
4,618
Posted By smanu
compilation error
Hi,

While trying compile a C++ file in UNIX with gcc whose make rule involves the usage of
/usr/ccs/bin/as, I get the following error:

/usr/ccs/bin/as: No such file or directory...
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