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Forum: Red Hat 10-22-2013
2,413
Posted By jjinno
SOLVED!
Thanks spider_fingers, totally forgot about selinux blocking...

[root@localhost ~]# setenforce 0
[root@localhost ~]# getenforce
Permissive
[root@localhost ~]# useradd test
[root@localhost ~]#...
Forum: Red Hat 10-21-2013
2,413
Posted By jjinno
SOLVED: Fedora 19 "useradd" failure, GUI success
Hey guys/gals,

I have a Fedora 19 box with a 26TB RAID set mounted as my home directory

[root@localhost ~]# mount|grep home
/dev/md0 on /home type xfs...
2,822
Posted By jjinno
Help with adding a new driver in initrd at install time
I have a really old distro (FC7) that I am trying to make compatible with some new hardware (ie. new RAID drivers)...

I put the RAID driver into the ISO so that the installer can detect the RAID...
1,010
Posted By jjinno
Awesome! Thanks! Worked like a charm
Awesome! Thanks!
Worked like a charm
1,010
Posted By jjinno
How do I get my shell back to normal readline?
I just ran an application that crashed... but before it did, it managed to set readline echo off, and probably a bunch of other settings.

Is there any way I can just tell my shell to...
2,193
Posted By jjinno
System/Network Administration Tools
Sorry for making this post so generic.

I'm trying to see if there are tools that exist that look at local network/system configurations and find problems... for example:
- NTP server configured...
35,229
Posted By jjinno
Here is a little BASH trick to avoid these...
Here is a little BASH trick to avoid these problems...

#!/bin/bash

function myLoop()
{
echo $1 |
while read WORD
do
echo $WORD|egrep "[0-9]" 2>/dev/null 1>/dev/null
...
Forum: Programming 11-06-2011
4,802
Posted By jjinno
If you answer the following question for me, I am...
If you answer the following question for me, I am pretty sure you will find at least the semaphore issue yourself:

What happens to the "full" semaphore when you find a file, and the file size is...
5,185
Posted By jjinno
What are you referring to as the default? ...
What are you referring to as the default?
Running Kernel 2.6.8 to 2.6.18 the "default" appears to be BIC (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/TCP_congestion_avoidance_algorithm#TCP_BIC):


In 2.6.19,...
5,185
Posted By jjinno
Looking for a Low-Latency TCP Congestion Avoidance Algorithm
I was looking at differnt types of TCP Congestion Avoidance algorithms (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/TCP_congestion_avoidance_algorithm) and realized that they are almost all tailored toward "high...
Forum: Programming 06-21-2011
3,468
Posted By jjinno
iproute2 for Python?
I have seen a lot of IPv4/IPv6 address manipulation libraries (http://code.google.com/p/ipaddr-py/) but I have yet to see a library allowing you to manipulate the interfaces/addresses/routes.
...
1,543
Posted By jjinno
Well I guess I deserve that... my bad for not...
Well I guess I deserve that... my bad for not being clear :p

Back to the first question though, I would think that somebody would have a HTTP server validation tool/test-suite, no? I am imagining...
1,543
Posted By jjinno
Unit tests for HTTP server implementation
Anybody know of a suite of server-validation tests? I am trying to build my own HTTP server, but do not know of all the status code responses (like "200 OK") or the internal methods (like...
6,283
Posted By jjinno
Believe it or not, you have helped me...
Believe it or not, you have helped me significantly.

I admit my udev rules relied heavily on a "USB-Storage" partition existing:
ACTION=="add", KERNEL=="sd*[0-9]", DRIVERS=="usb-storage", ...
6,283
Posted By jjinno
Problems with udev & mounting fat32 usb storage
I have been trying to get USB storage devices to auto-mount themselves under "/media/usb/<dev>" but have been running into some problems with udev (on FC7, btw... running udevd v.106)

Every time I...
3,401
Posted By jjinno
Looking for a log/timeline visualization tool
Ideally I want to import/correlate logs between several different clients/servers, which many things like Google BigQuery (http://code.google.com/apis/bigquery/), & Splunk (http://www.splunk.com/)...
Forum: Programming 09-17-2010
2,148
Posted By jjinno
XML-RPC equivalent of "rpcgen"???
Does anybody know of something like this?
Forum: Programming 06-23-2010
2,902
Posted By jjinno
If you read up on the Python Data Model...
If you read up on the Python Data Model (http://docs.python.org/reference/datamodel.html), you will see that numbers (actually all numerics) are implemented as an immutable (aka. not-changeable)...
2,927
Posted By jjinno
netlink: NLM_F_REPLACE not working on address???
Am I missing something, or does RFC 3549 (http://tools.ietf.org/search/rfc3549#section-2.3.2) suggest that the NLM_F_REPLACE flag should apply to any netlink message header? In other words,...
Forum: Red Hat 06-15-2010
8,194
Posted By jjinno
Short answer: this is perfectly normal. What...
Short answer: this is perfectly normal. What happened was that an IP address was added to the interface without a differentiating label.

Believe it or not, the "ifconfig" application is strongly...
Forum: Programming 01-26-2009
8,925
Posted By jjinno
Nope. I just happened to be helping somebody...
Nope. I just happened to be helping somebody debug a seg-fault in their code caused by pointer-arithmetic error & we ended up in this "philosophical discussion".

His point was to suggest that if a...
Forum: Programming 01-26-2009
8,925
Posted By jjinno
pointer arithmetic vs. strlen() & strnlen()?
I have been getting some flack recently for my use of strlen() and strnlen(). Honestly I have always just taken their functionality for granted as being the easiest way of getting the length of a...
Forum: Programming 12-04-2008
1,544
Posted By jjinno
Distributed Automation kill()
Ok, so Ive been stumped by this problem for the last 3 days, and my exploration is reaching its limitations...

The key idea is that at any moment in time, the automation controller could...
8,841
Posted By jjinno
The results are in... I did a comparative...
The results are in...
I did a comparative strace between a fully functioning system and a system with cron failure. The basics are the same...

A poling loop for config changes (repeated every...
8,841
Posted By jjinno
I tried to use GDB but it would appear that the...
I tried to use GDB but it would appear that the symbols are stripped from the crond binary, as the backtrace only provided the following:
(gdb) bt
#0 0x00002aaaaae6d5a0 in ?? ()
#1 ...
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