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00:49lmatter rkulagow_, what version of mandrake are you using?
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01:06rkulagow_ 10 / cooker
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01:50mdz heh, dcstimm returned for a brief engagement
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01:57mdz if it ever finishes compiling, there should be new debs tonight
01:57mdz been going for 15 minutes so far
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02:01Chutt only 250 downloads so far
02:01Chutt what's up with that
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02:02mdz stealth release
02:03Chutt http://sourceforge.net/projects/mmb/
02:03Chutt hmmm
02:04pigeon hmm
02:04Chutt i think that's one of the people that contacted me about starting a company around myth
02:05pigeon really...
02:05pigeon interesting...
02:09Chutt hrm
02:09Chutt weird
02:09Chutt this machine didn't have the housekeeping table
02:11Chutt mdz, could you check your 0.14 upgrade to make sure it has a housekeeping table?
02:12mdz Chutt: what's that?
02:12Chutt keeps track of the mythfilldb running
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02:12Chutt was missing on this machine
02:12Chutt but, i don't always let it run the db upgrades itself
02:13Chutt want to make sure it gets created on a real upgrade
02:17mdz | housekeeping |
02:17mdz yep
02:17Chutt great, thanks
02:20mdz Chutt: still compiling
02:20mdz I ordered a new CPU but haven't put it in yet
02:20Chutt heh
02:23Chutt http://www.mythtv.info/moin.cgi/MythTvDevelopmentHowTo_2fDevelopmentSetup
02:24Chutt someone please tell me that that guy's not serious
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05:04GeckoFiend chutt: I've updated my theme to support the latest MythMusic stuff now. It's good to go
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05:15stoffel hey, what about replacing 'Master/Slave backend' with 'Master/Satellite Backend' in the help texts/documentation? Sounds better to me and is easier to translate
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05:16o_cee satellite backend?
05:17o_cee i've just translated it into 'Master recording server", and "recording server"
05:18stoffel Hmm..
05:21stoffel so far i left 'Master Backend' and 'Frontend' in the translations. so when one starts to read the documentation you have the same terminology
05:22o_cee it's hard, i know
05:24stoffel http://www.cnn.com/2003/TECH/ptech/11/26/master.term.reut/ ;)
05:25o_cee lol
05:26stoffel we use master/satellite at my workplace for similar things since years. probably for this reason
05:28o_cee k, just sounds wierd to me :)
05:28o_cee gotta get some breakfast, later
05:54stoffel choenig: there?
05:57stoffel what's the difference between idle timeout and max. wait for recording in the shutdown/wakeup settings screen?
06:07o_cee look at the helptexts..
06:07stoffel :P
06:08o_cee :)
06:08o_cee they're explined.. at least i think i understood it heheh
06:08stoffel proove it by explaining them to me
06:09o_cee max. wait is how the amount of time in wich there must start a recording for it not to shut down
06:10o_cee and idle timeout is how long it must be idle to auto shutdown
06:10o_cee i think
06:11stoffel yes, but i don't see the difference.
06:11o_cee it's been idle for 10 minutes, begin autoshutdown. but if there's a recording that starts in 5 mins, don't continue the autoshutdown.
06:12stoffel e.g. idle timeout = 120 (2 minutes), max wait = 5 Minutes. next recording starts in 4 minutes. will the idle timeout be ignored? (it should imho)
06:13stoffel what i mean is in my understanding both act the same
06:13o_cee they're not the same
06:13o_cee :)
06:14o_cee because, the max wait kicks in _when_ autoshutdown begins
06:14o_cee begin autoshutodwn _but first_ check the max wait
06:14o_cee but, i've never used it so
06:14stoffel ? you mean after idle timeout is expired it will wait another X minutes (the max. wait time)
06:15o_cee heh, damn
06:15o_cee no when the idle timeout is expired and it will begin shutdown it checks if there's a recording that starts withing the max. time limit, if it does, autoshutdown is canceled-
06:15o_cee i can't make it any more clear than that.
06:16stoffel exactly what i meant. :)
06:16o_cee it won't _wait_, it will check if there _is_ a recording, and if not, it will shutdown
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06:19stoffel ah, got it now.
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06:20stoffel bah, what kind of 'server' is that? shutdown, wakeup, shutdown (hm, maybe not) :)
06:22stoffel the help text for max.wait for rec. should be changed then to s/t like 'if the idle timeout has expired but a recording starts within ...'
06:23stoffel i'll send a patch...
06:24o_cee don't remember what the helptexts say
06:27stoffel well, help text's for both options basically have the same meaning (for me at least)
06:30choenig stoffel: yeah, I am around, kindof...
06:31choenig the max-wait time is used, so that the machine doesn't shutdown directly when it realizes that its idle!
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06:31stoffel choenig: hi. well, nevermind. it was about some misleading (imho) help text.
06:31choenig ok
06:32stoffel choenig: does this make sense? 'the help text for max.wait for rec. should be changed then to s/t like 'if the idle timeout has expired but a recording starts within ...'
06:33stoffel this time period, the backends won't shut down
06:33choenig give me a second
06:33stoffel instead of 'if it's idle but a recording starts...'
06:36choenig yeah, why not
06:36stoffel ok then
06:37o_cee choenig: you never commited the 'Make sure it's running between...' stuff? you did code that right?
06:37choenig o_cee: no, I have a completely redone sdwu stuff here, but I didn't dare to send that in, yet ;)
06:38o_cee choenig: hehehe, okay :)
06:38choenig o_cee: would you like to betatest it and have a look on it?
06:38o_cee sure, haven't tried it yet tho.. need to get bios wakup working
06:39stoffel choenig: what did you change?
06:39o_cee stoffel: all help texts :)
06:39stoffel :) of course
06:41stoffel the howto explains it quite well, btw
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06:56o_cee choenig: taking a quick stab at nvram-wakeup now
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07:23choenig stoffel: first of all I removed all stuff from scheduler.cpp to a new class
07:23choenig aeh, s/removed/moved/
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08:00o_cee send a mail to the nvram wakeup guy, it couldn't guess the values for my mobo correctly..
08:03o_cee rkulagow_: just spotted a typo in the docs, section 11.5: " If you need secondss since the epoch (1970-01-01)"
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10:11mchou anyone manage to successfully compile mythtv 0.15 with mandrake 10.0 (gcc 3.3.2). gcc barfs on me, w/ ffv1.c (ffv1.c:465: internal compiler error: in find_function_data, at function.c:329)
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10:13mchou (I was able to compile it just fine on a mandrake 9.1 box, gcc 3.2.2)
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10:14stoffel gcc (GCC) 3.3.3 (Debian 20040417), compiles fine on debian
10:14mchou hmm....
10:14Chang mchou: This was covered in the users mailing-list
10:14Chang A bug in Mandrake 10
10:14mchou OK, thanks for pointer.....
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10:17mchou Chang: was this mentioned in the dev or users list?
10:17stoffel and just yesterday :(
10:17stoffel -users
10:17Chang Users
10:17Chang compile error on 0.15 is the thread to look at
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11:29Snow-Man yea.
11:30Chutt Received: from colo.snowman.net ([66.111.39.130])
11:30Chutt (envelope-sender <mythtv-users-bounces@mythtv.org>)
11:30Chutt by mail11.speakeasy.net (qmail-ldap-1.03) with AES256-SHA encrypted SMTP
11:30Chutt for <ijr@speakeasy.net>; 27 May 2004 14:49:21 -0000
11:30Chutt Received: from colo.snowman.net (localhost [127.0.0.1])
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11:30Chutt Thu, 27 May 2004 10:33:44 -0400
11:30Chutt Received: from mail.libertysurf.net (mail.libertysurf.net [213.36.80.91])
11:30Chutt by colo.snowman.net (8.12.11.Beta0/8.12.11.Beta0/Debian-1.3) with ESMTP
11:30Chutt id i4RD9fIv026633
11:30Chutt for <mythtv-users@mythtv.org>; Thu, 27 May 2004 09:09:41 -0400
11:31Snow-Man hmmm.
11:31Snow-Man That's a really long time to go from the inbound queue through mailman.
11:32Chutt wow, really?
11:32Chutt i wouldn't have thought :p
11:32Snow-Man After mailman it's pretty quick though.
11:32Chutt right
11:32Chutt it's sending quickly
11:32Snow-Man Just identifying where the problem is. :P
11:32Chutt well, relatively :p
11:32Snow-Man 15 minutes isn't that bad. :P
11:33Snow-Man Dunno what's up with it taking so long to get to mailman.
11:33Chutt perhaps it's mailman taking that long
11:33Chutt when's the last time it was upgraded on there?
11:33Snow-Man Probably quite a while ago.
11:34Snow-Man May 27 09:16:04 colo sm-mta-mqueue[26994]: i4RD9fIv026633: to="|/var/lib/mailman/mail/mailman post mythtv-use
11:34Snow-Man rs", ctladdr=<mythtv-users@mythtv.org> (8/0), delay=00:06:23, xdelay=00:00:01, mailer=prog, pri=122225, dsn=2
11:34Snow-Man .0.0, stat=Sent
11:35Snow-Man So, 7 minutes to go from the inbound queue to mailman's queue.
11:35Chutt then an hour for mailman
11:35Snow-Man yup.
11:36Chutt i'd upgrade to 2.1.5 =)
11:36* Snow-Man shrugs.
11:36Snow-Man I can dist-upgrade the box and we'll see what happens.... :)
11:36rkulagow_ any chance to change the default footer to point at gossamer threads since it's nice and searchable?
11:37Chutt they only have 2.1.4 in unstable
11:37Snow-Man Chutt: Is there some specific speed-fix between 2.1.4 and 2.1.5?
11:37Snow-Man Or some reason you care? :)
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11:39Chutt The admindb page has a checkbox that allows you to discard all held messages that are marked Defer.
11:39Chutt and the qrunner stuff was redone
11:40Chutt actually, probably should just clear out the pendings
11:41rkulagow_ the pipermail archive isn't, and it seems that people just aren't reading the HOWTO that points them to gossamer for searching the archives.
11:42Chutt and maybe the cookie stuff is fixed in 2.1.5
11:42Snow-Man blah, blah.
11:43Chutt so do i only get 2.1.4?
11:43Chutt http://mail.python.org/pipermail/mailman-announce/2004-May/000072.html
11:43Chutt there, read that mr security weenie
11:44Snow-Man yea, yea, I saw that.
11:45Snow-Man 2.1.5 isn't even in the Debian mailman trunk yet. :/
11:46Chutt lazy developers
11:46thor you can search the archives !?
11:46Snow-Man Oh, actually, it's on another branch I think..
11:47thor someone should put that in the wiki
11:47Snow-Man Looks like they're splitting the package up too, lovely.
11:47Chutt heh, fun
11:47Chutt just a way for people to claim they maintain more packages
11:47Snow-Man It's still one source package. :P
11:48Snow-Man Alright, I'm gonna go to 2.1.4 for the moment and I'll look into grabbing what they've got for 2.1.5 or just moving the 2.1.4 stuff to 2.1.5.
11:48Chutt thanks
11:48Chutt i'd really like to be able to clear out the deferred messages in one button click
11:48Chutt so, 2.1.5 would be excellent if you have the time
11:49Snow-Man If it doesn't break the debianizing of 2.1.4 to just patch 2.1.5 then it might not be too hard.
11:49Snow-Man Mailman is one of those pretty heavily modified packages tho, so I'm not sure.
11:49* Snow-Man hides the fact that he's supposedly a mailman co-maintainer.
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11:55Chutt ah, so _you're_ the lazy developer :p
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12:06mdz Snow-Man: ah, mailman...is this security bug report from Florian Weimer legit?
12:06Chutt yes
12:06Chutt url i posted above
12:06Snow-Man Chutt: I'm just one of them. :)
12:08Snow-Man mdz: appears to be, yup.
12:08Chutt riiight
12:08Chutt security isn't important, though
12:08Chutt splitting the package needlessly is!
12:09Snow-Man hehe.
12:16mdz ok, that's the same URL from the bug report
12:16mdz and I must be blind
12:16mdz because I don't see a word about a security vulnerability in that mailman-announce message
12:17Chutt This version also contains a fix for an exploit that could allow 3rd parties to retrieve memberpasswords.
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12:17mdz ah, buried in the middle of a paragraph. nice.
12:17mdz I love it when people try to sneak this stuff by
12:17Chutt <shrug>
12:17Chutt it's pretty obvious if you can read
12:17mdz Snow-Man: does it affect 2.0.11 as well, and if so, where do I get a patch?
12:17Chutt well, better than stan
12:17mdz Chutt: it's obvious if you _do_ read the damn thing. I don't care about the new mailman release except insofar as a potential vulnerability
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---Logopened Thu May 27 12:19:58 2004
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12:19-!- Irssi: #mythtv: Total of 58 nicks 0 ops, 0 halfops, 0 voices, 58 normal
---Logclosed Thu May 27 12:20:02 2004
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12:21o_cee Chutt: as i said before, if you want, i can take care of the language update commits. i've setup a nice colorhighlight of [PATCH i18n] ;)
12:23o_cee choenig: i got a response from the nvram-wakeup guy with some settings i should try.. but since i've got my exam tomorrow morning i won't try it until after that.. but if you want me to try out the other stuff you had just email it to me
12:23* o_cee is off, need to study some more.. bleh
12:23Rince have fun o_cee
12:23Rince and good luck tomorrow!
12:30Snow-Man mdz: Sorry, don't know off hand..
12:31mdz Snow-Man: if you could find out, it would be a great help
12:31Snow-Man Alright, alright.
12:38mdz hmm, this is not good
12:38mdz oh, I suppose I may need to re-run mythfilldatabase with this upgrade
12:39mdz and switch to the new grabber
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12:42mdz pretty nice; this is the first time I've configured the datadirect stuff
12:47mdz Snow-Man: cvs.mythtv.org busted?
12:48Snow-Man Hmmmm.
12:48Snow-Man mdz: It's a UML and I just upgraded the host system...
12:48mdz Chutt: the database upgrade apparently didn't go so well after all; is there a known issue?
12:48Snow-Man uml_net_start_xmit: failed(-111)
12:48mdz ssh: connect to host cvs.mythtv.org port 22: No route to host
12:49mdz -111 is ECONNREFUSED I think
12:49Chutt mdz, what database upgrade?
12:49mdz Chutt: the automatic one with 0.15
12:49Chutt what broke?
12:49mdz unless I messed up my own database
12:49mdz which is entirely possible I suppose
12:49mdz Unknown column 'startoffset' in 'field list'
12:49mdz and endoffset
12:49mdz that seems to have come in at version 1029 though
12:49mdz which is older than what my db was before the upgrade
12:50mdz so apparently it was borked
12:50Chutt heh
12:50Snow-Man Rebooting the UML.
12:50mdz fixing that made the scheduler a whole lot happier
12:51mdz I think that was from when I accidentally converted my main db to CVS and rolled it back by hand
12:53Snow-Man I believe cvs.mythtv.org has been fixed.
12:53mdz my local user community will be very pleased that the highlighting of conflicts has returned
12:54* Snow-Man wonders about mdz's local user commmunity.
12:54mikegrb Snow-Man: don't wonder too much
12:54Snow-Man hehe.
12:55mdz Snow-Man: the one that I get in trouble with when I break myth
12:55mdz Snow-Man: cvs seems happy now, thanks
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12:55Snow-Man np.
12:55Chutt snowman, checkout's work
12:55Snow-Man I think I'm gonna dist-upgrade it and will possibly break it now.
12:55Snow-Man :)
12:55Snow-Man Actually, that system is pretty simple so hopefully it won't be a problem.
12:56mdz Snow-Man: someone ought to fix UML to reconnect to uml_switch if it goes away
12:56Snow-Man Chutt: Let me know how the mailing lists are going, btw.
12:56* mikegrb fixes mdz
12:56Snow-Man mdz: Yes, I agree.
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12:56Chutt sure
12:57Chutt so no 2.1.5? :p
12:57Chutt cvs is _really_ slow, though
12:57Snow-Man I told you I was gonna go to 2.1.4 first and then see about stuff later.
12:57Snow-Man I'm dist-upgrading it, of course it's gonna be slow for a bit.
12:57Chutt ah, ok
12:58Chutt snow-man, then, can you clear out the held for moderation posts?
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12:58mdz hmm, epg is showing all Unknown for the data I just got with datadirect
12:58Chutt every time i try through the web interface, it just dumps me back to the login screen
12:58Chutt mdz, re-setup your inputs
12:58mdz Chutt: I did
12:58mdz I went in and out anyway
12:58mdz do I actually need to change them?
12:58Snow-Man Chutt: That depends, I just nuked the files last time and things were alright with it, right?
12:58Chutt yeah
12:58Chutt snow-man, i think so
12:59mdz bastard datadirect grabber re-added all the channels I painstakingly deleted :-)
12:59Chutt heh
13:00Chutt you can turn em off at their website
13:00mikegrb puhwahahaha
13:00mikegrb I'm getting digital cable again
13:00* Snow-Man tries to remember wtf those files are...
13:00mikegrb with the hdtv receiver with firewire
13:00mikegrb will have to play with that some
13:00Snow-Man hmmm, how about data/heldmsg-*
13:00Chutt snow-man, or, you can just upgrade to 2.1.5, and i'll be able to do it with one click =)
13:01Chutt those might be it
13:01thor so, the ratio of "wow, new release, thanks" messages to "waaaah, I can't build CVS because of Mandrake 10" messages seems to be running about 8:1
13:01mdz hmm, didn't help
13:01thor err, 1:8
13:01mikegrb heh
13:01Snow-Man Alright, nuking 'em.
13:01mdz no db errors, so I assume my database is not borked
13:01mdz (anymore)
13:01Snow-Man Hope that didn't, like, break shit.
13:01Snow-Man Chutt: They're gone.
13:01Snow-Man Check it out and let me know and stuff.
13:02mdz executing the EPG query manually gives me results though
13:02Snow-Man Chutt: Anything from the lists getting through?
13:03Chutt nope
13:03Snow-Man Well, that sucks.
13:03Snow-Man Hope I didn't bust it.
13:04Snow-Man There's, like, alot of sendmail processes running and stuff.
13:04Chutt yeah
13:05Chutt i imagine it'll take a bit to start delivering
13:05Snow-Man I guess we'll see.
13:05Snow-Man It'll help once I'm done with the UML.
13:07Chutt i just got a few
13:07Snow-Man Cool.
13:08mdz Chutt: no amount of fiddling with the cardinputs has improved the situation; if you saw this before, what was the cause?
13:08mdz ah, hmm, found one query which is returning empty
13:09Chutt people hadn't set up their inputs =)
13:09Chutt that's the only thing i've seen
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13:11mdz maybe my chanids got messed up
13:11mdz no, they look ok
13:12Chutt sweet
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13:12Chutt check out that load avg =)
13:12Snow-Man yea, it's getting pretty fun.
13:12Snow-Man UML really bangs the hell out of the box.
13:13Chutt i think it may be apache
13:13Chutt there's a couple processes running
13:14Snow-Man Or UML+dpkg or something.
13:14Snow-Man I'm not entirely sure why, but it does.
13:14Chutt i'm going to restart apache
13:14Chutt it doesn't like it when mysql's down :p
13:14Snow-Man heh.
13:15Snow-Man It takes ssooooooo much longer to do a dist-upgrade inside a UML.
13:16Chutt yeah
13:16Chutt that's why i only did cvs last week
13:16Chutt since there really wasn't much point in dist-upgrading the whole thing
13:16Snow-Man wtf are the convert's being run by www-data?
13:16Snow-Man Since april 5th.
13:17Chutt hm?
13:17Snow-Man www-data 21707 0.0 0.0 8436 432 ? S Apr05 0:06 /usr/bin/convert -quality 80 -antialias -geometry 48x36 albums/userpics/netfest200403/DSC00406.JPG -
13:17Snow-Man etc.
13:17mdz ah
13:17Snow-Man Oh, hmmm, those appear to be netfest things.
13:17mdz yes, chanids are definitely fucked
13:18Chutt snow-man, not me! :p
13:18Snow-Man yea, yea.
13:18Snow-Man That's what they all say. :)
13:18Snow-Man Linux colo 2.4.23colo.2 #1 Fri Jan 2 17:00:48 EST 2004 i686 GNU/Linux
13:18mdz my old ones are still there, but the datadirect channels were created as new ones
13:18Snow-Man Should probably upgrade that box at some point.
13:18Snow-Man Maybe even to 2.6... ;)
13:19Chutt hell no
13:19Chutt mdz, you didn't follow the upgrade instructions :p
13:19mdz Chutt: UPGRADE lists nothing for 0.15 :-P
13:19Chutt it's in the docs
13:19Chutt and on the website
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13:19Chutt in the release announcement
13:20mdz bah, you expect me to follow hyperlinks? :-P
13:20Chutt yeah, i know
13:20Chutt it's crazy talk
13:20Chutt yay for awstats taking over the box
13:21Snow-Man Alright, stupid converts are dead.
13:21Snow-Man Chutt: yea, I saw that too, fun, fun. :)
13:21Chutt yeah
13:22Chutt could you fix awstats?
13:22Chutt Error: AWStats database directory defined in config file by 'DirData' parameter (/var/cache/awstats) does not exist or is not writable.
13:22Chutt
13:22Chutt or i can..
13:22Snow-Man aw, fuckers.
13:22Snow-Man Where *were* the stats?
13:22Chutt i have no clue
13:22Snow-Man Looks like /var/lib/awstats...
13:22Chutt you didn't keep the old config file :p
13:22Snow-Man Let's try copying them.
13:23Snow-Man Hey man, I didn't do the package. :P
13:23Chutt yeah
13:23Chutt copy em over
13:23Snow-Man working on it
13:23Chutt don't really want to lose my history =)
13:23Snow-Man yea, yea.
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13:24Snow-Man Alright, copied.
13:25Chutt looks like it's working
13:25Chutt still dog slow, of course
13:25Chutt stupid awstats guy doesn't know how to cache data properly
13:25Snow-Man Did you just start it?
13:26Chutt i went to the stats url
13:26Snow-Man oh, ok..
13:27mdz I do not see how these instructions could possibly preserve anything useful except the channel icons
13:27mdz I suppose I can match up the chanids by hand though
13:28Chutt that's all they're supposed to preserve
13:28Chutt they tell you to clear your existing channel table, though
13:28Chutt before doing all that
13:28Snow-Man So, like, zap2it rocks and stuff?
13:28mdz yes
13:28mdz but I don't care at all about icons, only not having to reset all of my recordings
13:28Chutt well
13:28Snow-Man Don't upgrade!
13:28Snow-Man ;)
13:29Chutt unless you've had other chanids and stuff
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13:29Chutt it _should_ still be using the same 'channum + 1000'
13:29Chutt thing, so you should get the same ids
13:29Chutt i did, at least
13:29Snow-Man mdz: Can you make this UML go faster? :)
13:29Chutt load's down to 15, though
13:29mdz Chutt: that's only if you've never changed your channel lineup
13:29Snow-Man Chutt: yea.
13:29Chutt mdz, right, i never did :p
13:29Snow-Man 10 seconds till awstats tho I think. :)
13:30mdz mine aren't contiguous since channels have come and gone since I installed
13:30mdz it shouldn't be too hard to fix though
13:30mdz I'll send a patch for the HOWTO
13:31Chutt great
13:32mdz select count(*) from channel,channel_copy where channel.callsign = channel_copy.callsign and channel.chanid <> channel_copy.chanid;
13:32mdz 92
13:32Chutt heh
13:32Snow-Man I thought 6.0 was supposted to be *faster*.
13:32mdz unfortunately I don't think it can be done the obvious way with myisam
13:32mdz it would break the unique constraint on the chanid
13:33Chutt snow-man, it probably is :p
13:33Snow-Man We're at 3 minutes so far.
13:35mdz Grabbing data for Thu May 27 2004 offset 5
13:35Snow-Man 5 minutes...
13:35* Snow-Man hopes this is just because it missed a run.
13:36mdz that is a very confusing message
13:36Chutt yes, it is
13:36mdz I am going to fix it
13:37Snow-Man There, finally done.
13:37mdz in fact I think that message can be removed entirely
13:39Snow-Man Alright, at least the awstats stuff looks happy.
13:39mdz 166 channels with different chanids across both sources
13:39Chutt a lot of those messages can be removed
13:40mdz yes
13:41Chutt i figured i'd clean it up later
13:41Chutt ah well
13:41Chutt i'm still impressed with the speed that ms vc++7.1 compiles
13:42Chutt especially when mythtv's sitting there compiling for half an hour
13:42Snow-Man Don't do it! Don't get sucked in by the dark side!
13:43anduin precompiled headers and a hand-written lexical analyzer
13:43Snow-Man Actually, last I remember full rebuilds in winbloze took for fucking ever.
13:43Snow-Man But it'd partially build a bunch of stuff, and half the time that'd cause shit to break.
13:43Snow-Man It's been a while since I've dealt with it tho.
13:44Chutt this is compiling an equivalent of the entire mythtv codebase in about 5 minutes
13:48anduin does chanid still matter for the record table, I thought everything was keying off station now?
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13:49Chutt it still matters in a few places
13:49thor stupid gcc has all these useless warnings, but doesn't tell you if a local variable has the same name as a class variable
13:50anduin yeah, I suppose when upgrading it would matter a lot (hard to fill station in automatically when the chanids don't match)
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13:56anduin -Wshadow
13:56thor heh
13:56thor which is not turned on by -Wall
13:56thor bah
13:57anduin -Wall has never really been all, bad name
13:57mdz Chutt: after spending 10 minutes trying to figure out why my changes weren't working, I remembered I pointed my desktop frontend to a separate copy of the database for testing
13:57anduin Just think of the hours you saved having figured it out in only 10 minutes.
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14:05Chutt is that uml dist-upgrade done yet? :p
14:05Snow-Man Nope.
14:06* mikegrb dist-upgrade's Chutt
14:06mikegrb you are now new and improved
14:07Snow-Man It's working on it, slowly.
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14:17Snow-Man Chutt: Are the lists faster now?
14:18stoffel yeah, more feature requests, and even faster
14:18Snow-Man heh.
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14:29Chutt i'm getting stuff from 1:15
14:30Chutt still looks to be taking an hour to process
14:30Snow-Man Is the wait still in mailman?
14:30Chutt from the headers, yes
14:30Snow-Man Weird.
14:40Chutt stupid cookie crap is still broken
14:40Chutt i have to log in twice to mailman
14:40Snow-Man Sucky.
14:43Snow-Man Chutt: I think it'd help if we had more queue runners for the outgoing mailman queue.
14:43Chutt well
14:43Chutt that's not as important
14:43Chutt that's only 10 minutes of delivery time :p
14:43Chutt it's still taking an hour to process
14:44Snow-Man err, the *mailman* queue.
14:44gfiend chutt: I fixed the bogus screen shots. So whenrever you can get to it.
14:44Chutt stuff's getting delivered to mailman, though
14:44Snow-Man I think what's happening is that it's taking a long ass time for a message to get from the mailman outgoing queue to sendmail.
14:44Chutt gfiend, tonight, most likely
14:44Chutt snow-man, i dunno, look at mailman's post log
14:44Snow-Man Which is why there's a bunch of files in qfiles/out
14:45Snow-Man Chutt: I think that's posted when it's *finished* sending the message.
14:45Chutt hrm
14:45Chutt yeah, could be
14:45Chutt i dunno =)
14:45Snow-Man I'm suprised it's taking that long to physically pass a message from mailman to sendmail, but, <Shrug>
14:46Snow-Man sendmail is having to split the message into an individual message for each address, so maybe that's taking a really long time and it's not answering mailman till it's done.
14:47Snow-Man Hrm, or sendmail is doing DNS resolution on all the addresses...
14:48mikegrb caching nameserver with big cache is good
14:48Snow-Man Or just turn it off for localhost.
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14:57Chutt stuff keeps piling up in qfiles/out
14:58Snow-Man Right, because there's only 1 guy talking to sendmail.
14:58Snow-Man And it's taking a long ass time.
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14:59Chutt fix it fix it!
14:59Chutt =)
14:59Snow-Man :P
14:59Snow-Man I'm gonna increase the cache size in bind9 for starters I think.
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15:06Snow-Man root 17214 0.0 0.4 3776 2368 pts/23 S+ 15:02 0:00 vi /usr/lib/mailman/Mailman/Defaults.py
15:06* Snow-Man looks at Chutt.
15:07Chutt i was seeing how many outgoing qrunners there were
15:07Snow-Man There's 1.
15:07Snow-Man list 7459 0.5 2.3 15524 11792 ? S 12:42 0:46 /usr/bin/python /var/lib/mailman/bin/qrunner --runner=OutgoingRunner:0:1 -s
15:08Snow-Man --runner=<name>:<id>:<total> or something.
15:08Snow-Man The way to change it is to modify /etc/mailman/mm_cfg.py
15:10Chutt right, but i didn't know what the setting was called
15:10Snow-Man QRUNNERS, apparently.
15:11Snow-Man You gonna modify it?
15:11Chutt nope
15:11Snow-Man I was thinking about it.
15:12Snow-Man Have like 5 of them maybe.
15:14Chutt worth a try
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15:21Chutt heh
15:21Chutt the outgoing runner didn't restart, there
15:22Snow-Man It's still processing a message.
15:22Chutt wish we knew what it was doing
15:22Snow-Man I wouldn't be suprsied if it's doing DNS lookups.
15:22Snow-Man pid 18350 is the sendmail side of the connection.
15:23Snow-Man Hrm, it finished, but didn't change the number of Outgoing runners.
15:23Snow-Man Lemme do a full restart.
15:26Snow-Man There we go.
15:26Chutt cool
15:27Snow-Man I increased the max-ttl's in bind9 too.
15:27Chutt heh
15:27Chutt well, we'll see
15:27Snow-Man yup.
15:28Chutt it's up to 2:40 in the out/ dir
15:29rkulagow_ yow. didn't take 24 hours to get past 1000 downloads of .15
15:30* mikegrb downloads rkulagow_
15:31stoffel hm, \xA9 2002-2003 by... should be updated sometime
15:32* Snow-Man wonders why/how /tmp is mounted twice.
15:33Snow-Man Oh, UML dist-upgrade is done.
15:33Chutt wonderful
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15:33Snow-Man That box could seriously use some more memory.
15:34Chutt yay, it processed 5
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15:35mdz interesting; mythweb doesn't see half my channels
15:36mdz it seems to be missing all channels on one of my sources
15:36Chutt it groups by channum/callsign now
15:36mdz not exactly; if it were grouping then it would have one channel per callsign
15:37mdz but it is missing these channels entirely
15:37mdz do you know where that logic is? I've been looking and didn't see it
15:38Chutt not offhand, no
15:40anduin channels.php load_all_channels()
15:40mdz unless I misunderstand mysql_fetch_assoc, that is loading every channel
15:40mdz indexing them by chanid
15:41Chutt snow-man, hey, is one of those umls going away soon?
15:41Chutt cute, load avg is over 40 again :p
15:41Snow-Man Chutt: yea, should be.
15:41mdz it looks like the visible flag handling is messed up somehow
15:42mdz all channels show up in the mythweb channel editor (and of course the EPG)
15:42Chutt mdz, GROUP BY channum, callsign
15:43mdz Chutt: where?
15:43mdz mizar:[...c/deb/mine/upstream/mythweb] grep -ri 'group by' .
15:43mdz ./settings_keys.php: $result = mysql_query('SELECT hostname FROM jumppoints GROUP BY hostname ORDER BY hostname')
15:43mdz ./includes/programs.php: $query .= ' GROUP BY program.chanid, program.starttime ORDER BY program.starttime';
15:43mdz aw, fuck, that tree wasn't up to date
15:44anduin when was the last time you updates
15:45Chutt snow-man, it's still taking forever to deliver
15:47mdz aha
15:47mdz so it's grouping by callsign, and getting the not-visible version of all those channels
15:47Chutt heh
15:52mdz anduin: do you know of any reason why I shouldn't add AND visible = 1 to the load_all_channels query?
15:52mdz that fixes my problem
15:53mdz the channel editor doesn't use that function, so all the channels still show up there
15:53anduin mdz - don't know, does the channel editor use the same query?
15:53mdz anduin: see above
15:53anduin I should read before I hit enter :)
15:56Snow-Man Chutt: I'm working on getting that other UML off.
15:57Chutt <shrug>
15:57mdz Chutt: did you do the input preference / recpriority stuff?
15:57Chutt nope
15:57mdz I am not sure that it does what I want
15:57mdz I have the same channels on multiple inputs and want one of them to be preferred
15:58mdz setting cardinput.preference has not achieved that effect
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15:59mdz the priority propagates to the programinfo, and it ends up with the preference of input 1, but is actually recording on input 2
15:59mdz according to the chanid
15:59Chutt huh, weird
15:59Chutt i dunno, ask david or bruce
16:00mdz heh, never mind
16:00mdz my chanids just got reversed
16:01mdz my input 2 is what used to be input 1
16:02mdz so it does actually work :-)
16:03mdz debs are up, btw
16:03Chutt great
16:03mdz since my announcement will probably take an hour to get through to the list
16:03Chutt about an hour, from now, looks like
16:03Rince mdz: you are not fair
16:03Rince ,-)
16:06mdz Rince: bah, everyone has been apt-get updateing every 10 minutes since yesterday anyway
16:06mdz 7 downloads already with no announcement
16:07Rince *g*
16:07GeckoFiend btw O_cee this nick is registered.
16:07mdz 0.15 is looking very nice
16:08mdz the callsign handling works quite well so far; I don't need to prune my channels anymore since it does the right thing
16:11Chutt yay, loadavg is 60
16:12Chutt 85!
16:13Chutt will it go to 100?
16:13Chutt heh
16:14Chutt snowman, what are you doing in the other uml? :p
16:15Snow-Man It just got rebooted.
16:15Chutt ah, that's why it's using so much cpu
16:15Snow-Man yea.
16:15Snow-Man Sorry, working on convincing Ken to get off. :)
16:15Chutt loadavg on the box is going to hit 100 soon :p
16:16Chutt wish the next level of box at unitedcolo wasn't twice the price
16:17stoffel *ding ding ding ding*
16:17Snow-Man Me too.
16:17Chutt if this uml doesn't stop eating cpu, awstats is going to start up soon
16:17Chutt and that's going to make everything go to shit :p
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16:18Chutt i thought the umls were only supposed to use a max of 64MB of ram?
16:19Snow-Man haha.
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16:19Snow-Man I wish I could move cvs down to 32M actually.
16:21Chutt should we limit the # of apache server processes?
16:21Chutt there's 40 right now
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16:22Chutt and at 5MB or so a pop...
16:24rkulagow_ how could someone running the latest mythtv be using protocol version 6?
16:24Chutt he's not
16:24Chutt i replied already :p
16:24Chutt just wait a few hours to see it
16:25Chutt bah
16:25Chutt the uml's just running fsck?
16:25Chutt kill it :p
16:26Chutt at least the loadavg is down to 50
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16:32Chutt yay, down to 30
16:33Chutt 'course, it's up to 23 messages in the outgoing queue
16:33Chutt snow-man, delay's up to an hour and a half, looks like.
16:34Snow-Man Kind of odd that it slowed down.
16:34Chutt lots of disc access is slowing sendmail down
16:34Chutt disk
16:34Snow-Man yeah.
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16:35Chutt we're 200MB into swap
16:35Snow-Man yup, sucks.
16:35Chutt 140MB of that is ken's uml
16:35Snow-Man Yup.
16:35Chutt another 45MB for cvs
16:35Snow-Man ain't it great? :)
16:35Chutt stop using the umls? :p
16:36Snow-Man Turn off the mailing lists? :p
16:36Chutt call up the hosting people and ask if you can slap some extra ram in there?
16:36Snow-Man You can, just costs money.
16:37Chutt what, $100?
16:37Chutt slightly more?
16:37Snow-Man Trying to find out.
16:37Snow-Man It'd a fixed one-time cost.
16:37Snow-Man Memory Upgrade (512MB RAM)
16:37Snow-Man $200.00 (one-time)
16:37Chutt that's a taaad overpriced
16:38Snow-Man Captive audience.
16:38Chutt yeah
16:38Chutt ah well
16:38Chutt oh, wait, it's probably using pc100 or some crap
16:38Snow-Man Doubling the ram in the box would probably make it alot happier.
16:38Chutt which is more expensive, too
16:39Snow-Man yeah, demand sucks.
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16:39Snow-Man Actually, supply sucks, but that whole principle sucks. :)
16:39Chutt if that damn uml wasn't eating up 100MB more than it should be :p
16:39Snow-Man I told you I'm working on getting him off.
16:39Chutt heh
16:40Chutt it's just running fsck
16:40Chutt it'll go back down when it's done, i assume
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16:40Snow-Man He wanted to boot it to see what else it was running to make sure he didn't have any other services he cared about on there.
16:40Chutt up to 27 emails in the queue
16:40Snow-Man We've already moved DNS to the bind9 on colo for the 1 zone he had set it up for.
16:41Snow-Man I'm hoping once he checks it out I'll be able to convince him to leave it shut off unless he really needs it while he gets his own colo.
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16:42Chutt hey, it finished fscking
16:43Snow-Man Oh, good.
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16:44o_cee hi
16:45GeckoFiend heya
16:45* GeckoFiend pokes thor and mumbles "bork bork bork"
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16:45o_cee does viewcvs look different?
16:46o_cee nah maybe not
16:48o_cee what a dumbass.. bah
16:49o_cee or maybe it's just me
16:49mdz Chutt: I imagine zap2it is going to see a change in their usage statistics for data direct very shortly
16:49o_cee hehhehehhe
16:51Snow-Man Alright, it's kind of creepy that it's like *exactly* an hour for each message.
16:51thor daylight savings time ?
16:52Snow-Man heh, no.
16:53o_cee just set back the clock an hour.
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16:59Chutt load avg is down < 20 now, though
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16:59Chutt so maybe it'll start catching up
16:59o_cee sounds healthy :)
17:00Chutt aside from the 5pm cron job, there..
17:00Snow-Man It's going alot faster.
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17:00Chutt ken's uml's down to 12MB :p
17:00Chutt of course it's going faster
17:01Snow-Man cvs still uses up 50M. :/
17:01Chutt yeah, but that fluctuates
17:01Chutt it was down < 30 just a little bit ago
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17:01o_cee you need hardware?
17:02Chutt not really
17:02o_cee just thought that if you'd put up a request for donations on something like that it probably wouldn't be any prob ;)
17:05GeckoFiend You could start a new Wiki page and make a post in the forum to ask for cash...
17:05Snow-Man Wow, one just finished in like 13 minutes.
17:05Chutt there's still 32 messages in the qfiles/out dir
17:06Snow-Man yea, yea.
17:06o_cee wich machine is this? the one hosting cvs? seems like you need some dual opteron power or something ;)
17:07Snow-Man I'm sorry, were you offering us one? :)
17:07Snow-Man Actually, if this were at my house I could throw more CPU power at it alot more easily.
17:07o_cee i don't think it'd be any problem really with some donations
17:07Snow-Man The problem is that I don't have the bw for it.
17:08Chutt right
17:08o_cee what bw are we talking about? dunno how intrested you'd be with a .se mirror tho ;)
17:09Snow-Man It's not the web crap that's the problem, it's the email.
17:09Snow-Man If it was just web stuff it'd be trivial.
17:09o_cee ah, yeah, guess that's quite alot. can't help there either, isp got port 25 blocked :/
17:09Snow-Man The machine we're on has plenty of cpu/io to handle the website.
17:09Chutt 36 messages in the outgoing queue :p
17:10o_cee at least i did my part and skipped the -users list ;)
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17:10Chutt maybe disable awstats for now?
17:10Chutt run it at 3 am or so?
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17:10Snow-Man Chutt: Clearly I never should have told you about that directory. :P
17:10Chutt snow-man, bah, i knew about it
17:10Chutt i have set up mailman before, you know
17:10Snow-Man You weren't harassing me about it before tho. :P
17:11Chutt it wasn't this bad before
17:11Snow-Man I'm kind of tempted to increase the number of outgoing runners.
17:12Snow-Man I'm not sure if that'd help or not though.
17:12Chutt i don't think that'll help
17:12Chutt tail mail.log | grep status=queued
17:12Chutt err, stat=queued
17:12Chutt well, it's a little faster now, but it was going really slowly before
17:12Snow-Man It seems to be moving pretty quickly.
17:12Chutt not really
17:13Chutt 10 or so a second
17:13o_cee how many are there on -users?
17:14stoffel hey, isn't it about time to change "Welcome to the 'official' user-to-user support..." into "Welcome to the OFFICIAL user-to-user support..."?
17:14o_cee maybe so
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17:15Chutt about 3000 on -users
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17:15stoffel ahem, that was merely intended to trigger an _official_ statement, o_cee ;)
17:15Chutt that's 5 minutes or so per email
17:16o_cee i can imagine that's quite some load/traffic
17:16Chutt and it's doing 5 at a time, now, so, 25 minutes per email
17:16* stoffel looks at Chutt
17:16o_cee stoffel: since it's in this topic..
17:16Snow-Man And they come in alot faster than that.
17:16Chutt yup
17:17Chutt so, if there were some way to speed up sendmail's accepting of things
17:17Snow-Man There's a couple of ways, actually.
17:17Snow-Man With varying degrees of problems.
17:17Chutt heh
17:17Snow-Man You can do 'defer', but that turns off anti-spam checks and whatnot.
17:18Snow-Man You can do 'defer' on a different port (like 24) that you can only connect to on localhost, but that's kind of ugly.
17:18Chutt what's ugly about that?
17:18* Snow-Man shrugs.
17:18Snow-Man I dunno, seems kind of ugly to me. :)
17:18Chutt if it's doing extra work when it doesn't have to
17:18Snow-Man And you'd be an open relay if they could get past the firewall..
17:18Chutt we know that all stuff coming from mailman is good
17:19Snow-Man Gotta change what port mailman is connecting to.
17:19Chutt that's easy enough, it's in the config file
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17:19Snow-Man Alright, you look into that, I'll set up sendmail.
17:21Chutt SMTPPORT = 0 # default from smtplib
17:22o_cee yey, i created my own segfault. way to go
17:22o_cee best of all, i know what's wrong. yey again
17:22GeckoFiend get a bactrace and send it to chutt :p
17:22anduin http://www.python.org/cgi-bin/faqw-mm.py?req=all#4.11
17:23o_cee hahahaah
17:23Chutt snowman, there, read anduin's url :p
17:24Snow-Man I'm, like, 90% done already.
17:26Snow-Man That's kind of odd.
17:26Snow-Man erm.
17:26Chutt hum?
17:26o_cee "Where did all the files go.. hmm.."
17:26Snow-Man That wasn't meant for here. :)
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17:28Chutt SMTP_MAX_RCPTS = 500
17:28Chutt "There is very little advantage to setting SMTP_MAX > 5, UNLESS your subscriber base is heavily stratified onto very few sites."
17:28o_cee anyone got the mandrake 10 url handy? the one at mandrake.com
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17:29Chutt " Setting it large also leaves them open to spamblocking by systems that don't necessarily follow the standards or act right, too."
17:30Chutt heh
17:30Snow-Man Where are you seeing that anyway?
17:30Chutt from that url anduin posted
17:31Snow-Man That's the mailman setting, apparently.
17:31Chutt right
17:32Snow-Man sendmail has it's own, which I'm using already.
17:32Chutt right, anyway
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17:36Chutt options { long_hostnames(off); sync(0);
17:37Chutt that mean syslog's syncing every line?
17:38Chutt it's down to only 21 messages in the outgoing queue, btw =)
17:39Snow-Man Try and switch mailman to port 24 and see wtf happens.
17:39Chutt you do it!
17:39Chutt :p
17:39Snow-Man Oh, alright.
17:40Chutt mr 10 login shells
17:40Snow-Man pffft.
17:40Snow-Man You know, this quite possibly won't help. :)
17:40Chutt quite possibly
17:41Chutt what about that syslog thingie?
17:41Snow-Man Since the problem is more likely the disk access issue than the DNS issue.
17:41Chutt syslog-ng thingie
17:41* Snow-Man shrugs.
17:41Snow-Man syslog-ng sucks anyway.
17:41Chutt yeah, but if it's syncing every write to the mail log
17:41Chutt that's a bit of extra disk traffic
17:41Snow-Man I'm not entirely sure that's accurate actually.
17:42Snow-Man log_fifo_size(1024);
17:42Chutt what's accurate?
17:42o_cee Chutt: any news on a tracker?
17:42Snow-Man I'm not sure it's doing what you're thinking it's doing.
17:43Chutt ah, true
17:43Snow-Man Alright, changed it.
17:44Snow-Man sync()numberThe number of lines buffered before written to file
17:44Snow-Man log_fifo_size()numberThe number of lines fitting to the output queue
17:44Snow-Man I hate syslog-ng.
17:44Snow-Man mailman needs to finish dieing already.
17:44Chutt heh
17:45Chutt just one left, looks like?
17:45Snow-Man yea
17:45Snow-Man He's doing a whole bunch at a time by himself too.
17:46Chutt dead!
17:46Snow-Man yup, restarting.
17:48Chutt who knows
17:48Chutt heh
17:48Snow-Man yeah, I don't really know if that's faster or not.
17:49Chutt i've gotta run to the store and stuff
17:49Snow-Man Seemed to be faster at first, but doesn't seem any faster now really.
17:49Chutt so, um, yeah
17:49Chutt thanks
17:49Snow-Man I gotta go too. :P
17:49Snow-Man Guess we'll see what it's like after a while.
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17:58gigem o_cee, have you tried chris' full patch yet?
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18:00o_cee gigem: no sorry, been busy studying all day actually
18:00gigem ah, school, you must be a yung'in, then?
18:01o_cee gigem: i'm 22, university
18:02o_cee last exam tomorrow for now :)
18:02gigem o_cee, as i said, a yung'in. university was 20 years ago for me.
18:02o_cee hehe, yeah allright then ;)
18:02o_cee i'll trow it in now, gimme a minute
18:03gigem that's ok, it's getting late in the day here and i thought i'd check in before i go home.
18:04thor heh, SAP is really stupid
18:04o_cee gigem: compiling now
18:04stoffel thor: hm?
18:05thor work work, try deleting user SAP
18:09o_cee choenig: there? i got a reply from the nvramwakeup guy with some settings that seemed to work.. will have to try it tomorrow. very cool if it does work
18:14o_cee gigem: starting recs now..
18:15o_cee but now comes the problem again with me needing to rec liks at least 30 mins for it to be visible
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18:16gigem you're not planning on going to bed yet, are you? :)
18:17o_cee hehe, actually i am :) got that exam in.. uhm.. 8 hours. but i'm recording for 2 hours now, and got another one starting right after that.. so we'll see tomorrow
18:17o_cee i'll email the logs to you
18:17gigem ok, then. good luck tomorrow!
18:18o_cee thanks.. g'night all
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18:30stoffel besides bruce latest posting, is there a complete explanation of all those rectypechars and recstatuschars?
18:31gigem look in libs/libmthtv/programinfo.cpp.
18:31gigem fyi, the singles chars are just intended to provide a quick indicator so you don't have to scroll to the desired row to see the full status text.
18:34stoffel in the fix recordings screen?
18:34stoffel ah, the epg
18:35gigem i think the recstatuschar is only used on the fix conflicts screen.
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18:38stoffel programinfo.cpp that will do
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18:50mdz Chutt: http://popcon.debian.org/unknown/by_vote
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18:51mdz mythtv-backend is ranked #47 in non-Debian packages in the popularity contest
18:51mdz ahead of -frontend, interestingly enough
18:52Chutt that's a weird way of doing rankings, though
18:52mdz what is?
18:53Chutt not counting # of installs at all
18:54mdz if you go strictly by # of installs, it's #321
18:54gigem hey chutt, mdz. i gotta go now.
18:55mdz gigem: hi, bye
18:55mdz ranking by atime makes sense, but popularity-contest isn't smart enough about it
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19:24deflux- What linux distro would people recommend as a stable starting point for mythtv?
19:26mdz deflux-: /topic
19:27deflux- oh ack
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19:32mikegrb kvandivo: welcome back
19:38Chutt yay
19:38Chutt outbound mailman queue is empty
19:38mikegrb :)
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19:41Snow-Man Chutt: yup. :P
19:41Snow-Man Let me know how long the next message takes.
19:42Chutt well, what's the mailqueue like?
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19:50Snow-Man I dunno.
19:50Snow-Man Probably really big. :)
19:50Snow-Man 4357...
19:50Snow-Man That's not that bad, really.
19:50Snow-Man Checking the hourly queue.
19:53Snow-Man 4392 in hourly.
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20:52Kuwanger Just to let you know, the documentation for the 'Migrating from XMLTV to DataDirect' has a few errors. All those times where it says to do -u root for mysql, it should be -u mythtv
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21:16Snow-Man Hey, the mailing lists working?
21:25Chutt yeah
21:25Chutt spam time:
21:25Chutt Received: from colo.snowman.net ([66.111.39.130])
21:25Chutt (envelope-sender <mythtv-users-bounces@mythtv.org>)
21:25Chutt by mail8.speakeasy.net (qmail-ldap-1.03) with AES256-SHA encrypted SMTP
21:25Chutt for <ijr@speakeasy.net>; 28 May 2004 01:14:55 -0000
21:25Chutt Received: from colo.snowman.net (localhost [127.0.0.1])
21:25Chutt by colo.snowman.net (8.12.11/8.12.11/Debian-5) with ESMTP id i4S183pf008848;
21:25Chutt Thu, 27 May 2004 21:08:12 -0400
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21:25Chutt Received: from sccrmhc12.comcast.net (sccrmhc12.comcast.net [204.127.202.56])
21:25Chutt by colo.snowman.net (8.12.11.Beta0/8.12.11.Beta0/Debian-1.3) with
21:25Chutt ESMTP id i4S15pvL008722
21:25Chutt for <mythtv-users@mythtv.org>; Thu, 27 May 2004 21:05:51 -0400
21:25thor no, not a comcast zombie!
21:26Chutt that was gigem :p
21:26* Snow-Man tries to make sense out of all that.
21:26thor same diff
21:26Snow-Man Alright, colo got it at 21:05...
21:26Chutt snow-man, what's there to make sense of? :p
21:26Snow-Man Popped out of mailman at 21:08 (very nice...)
21:26Chutt mailman finished with it at 21:08
21:26Chutt and delivered it to speakeasy at 21:15
21:27Snow-Man Sounds pretty damn nice. :)
21:27Chutt eh
21:27Chutt that last bit could be better
21:27Chutt but, much much nicer than > 1 hour
21:27Snow-Man heh, yea, 10 minutes is just a *bit* better. :P
21:28Chutt yay
21:28Chutt i just got paid =)
21:28Snow-Man cool.
21:29Snow-Man Happy about your choice?
21:29Chutt yeah
21:29Snow-Man Good.
21:29Chutt though, hrm, they didn't take out local taxes, looks like
21:29thor here's to solvent employers
21:29Chutt i'll wait one more period, and see if they do then
21:30jams did they take out taxes for their state ?
21:31Chutt 'course
21:31Chutt er, no
21:31Chutt rather, they took out taxes for ohio, like they're supposed to
21:32Chutt they just said they'd do my local taxes as well, but haven't yet
21:32thor well, you were on site for a week right?
21:32Chutt heh
21:32Chutt naw, only 2 and a half days in CA
21:33thor 2.5 days _should_ have been paid to California
21:33jams my job screwed up and left me with a $4000 tax bill to WI
21:33Chutt <shrug>
21:33jams don't let that happen to you !!
21:33Chutt i've under-withheld the past 3 or 4 years now
21:34thor and the minimum amounts vary by state
21:34thor it's a total freakin mess
21:34Chutt always get 4/5k bills
21:34jams well i guess if your expecting it, not that big of deal then
21:34thor right way to do it, as long as you don't cross any 90% penalty threshholds
21:34Chutt too lazy to refile my w-2, easier to just pay the $50 'your estimate sucked' charge
21:35Chutt err, w-4
21:35Chutt ah well
21:35Chutt anyway
21:42Chutt what are these people doing that their db upgrades are failing?
21:43thor mine were all flawless, including one box that was seriously broken
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22:08_shad mdz: around?
22:09mdz _shad: yes
22:09mdz and yes they do work for me :-P
22:10_shad hmm
22:10_shad I'm getting a mythconverg.dd_genre doesn't exist
22:11_shad and dd_productioncrew
22:12_shad I must be stupid or something then :)
22:14_shad any ideas?
22:22_shad mdz?
22:30mdz _shad: either you messed with the permissions on your database, or you forgot to run mysql_fix_privilege_tables when you upgraded to mysql 4
22:31_shad hmm
22:31_shad I never ran the fix privilege stuff
22:31_shad is stuff fucked now?
22:32_shad I just ran it now
22:34_shad Do I need to have myth re-do the upgrade to .15 to add the new table entries?
22:41_shad wow. I actually fixed it. Thanks mdz :)
22:42mdz _shad: you can thank me by answering that question on the user list/channel so people don't bug me :-)
22:43_shad :) I will do my best
22:43_shad I needed to do a apt-get install mythtv-database --reinstall for it to work
22:49jams GeckoFiend, cetus.ttf is missing from titivillus
22:51_shad Ok, something is fucked with the scheduler
22:51_shad It's set to record ER in a certain timeslot, but it's not recording next weeks episode
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22:52teenah hey is xmltv (zap2it) still busted?
22:53Chutt read the website.
22:53_shad Chutt: Just say yes. :)
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23:18_shad Don't mind me. I'm stupid today
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