#debian - Tue 20 Feb 2007 between 12:37 and 12:45

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rahuljelly: or you don't get nulls if you enable the feature that prevents it
actionjelly likes the support for online resize and tuning for raid underneath (stripe size etc)
jellylikes the support for online resize and tuning for raid underneath (stripe size etc)
stewnocti: i'm not sure if they have one, otherwise, /msg dpkg marillat
GutterPunkjustin, bwlang but is there any point to using lvm on an md that will only be used for one specific logical volume? namely /storage.... I don't need var or anything on it
noctiok thanks stew
GutterPunkthus actually creating only one partition on the lvm
stewnocti: mplayer was only recently added to debian, there might not be a backports
s/s$//
noctioh
ok
bwlangrahul: i read your superblock comment as a boot issue - classic fud re: xfs. if you use grub why would you want to mess with a superblock?
justinGutterPunk: in that case, no
rahulbwlang: 11:29 < jetscreamer> xfs has a grub problem when grub is on the xfs partitionbtw
bwlang: learn how to read.
abrotman!wb stew
dpkgO frabjous day! Callooh! Callay! stew has returned!
HardDisk_WPhello
could anyone please traceroute velirat.de?
it's my bnc, and I can't connect to it
bwlangGutterPunk: lvm gives you flexibility at the expense of complexity... if you don't need the flexibility then you don't need lvm
justinharddisk_wp: google.com/search?q=traceroute
RvGaTeHi, i was trying to customize my login, and noticed that i could use sounds \o/, so i downloaded some sounds, put them in /usr/share/sounds/system/login_[fail/success/ready].wav... i configured my login screen to use these sounds, but whener the login is ready, success or failed, i get this anoying system *beep*... meaning that the login sounds are not working... any ideas? (debian etch)
stewabrotman: HI
GutterPunkalright
abrotmanHI STEW!
jellyharddisk_wp: stops at static-ip-62-75-135-126.inaddr.intergenia.de
GutterPunkyou have been a great help
rahulbwlang: now do you have any other misreadings of what I said to disagree with?
jetscreamer!greet abrotman & stew
dpkgHello, abrotman & stew
HardDisk_WPjelly, ok, thanks...that is the same I see. It seems my provider has problems
bwlangrahul: you state that xfs waits to write data, that's false it can be configured to sync very quickly
rahulbwlang: uh, I said the opposite, actually
by default it writes quickly (actually waits)
(in recent kernels)
so I guess that was a yes. you do have misreadings of what I said to disagree with.
"Barrier support will flush the write back cache at the appropriate times (such as on XFS log writes)."
bwlangrahul: sounds like we both think xfs is a usable filesystem ... lets just leave it there. i'm sorry for any offense
rahul(yeah, I've been using XFS since 2.5.59) anyway, let's move on :)
RvGaTeanyone ? :(

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