Non-Windows Software / Re: A new section for Linux, cross-platform code, embedded, mac, android, ios, etc.« on: August 30, 2013, 10:24 AM »
The lengths you will go to just to get me to post...
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Use auto wherever possible. It is useful for two reasons. First, most obviously it’s a convenience that lets us avoid repeating a type name that we already stated and the compiler already knows.
map<int,string>::iterator i = m.begin();
auto i = begin(m);
Second, it’s more than just a convenience when a type has an unknown or unutterable name, such as the type of most lambda functions, that you couldn’t otherwise spell easily or at all.
I signed up at Oracle for news and they called me, left a message to call them.
Yes they have my #, but no big deal to me.
I don't think they have what I would use, ever.
But considering they called, I suspect there is an aggressive sales force to incorporate their products as a business standard, of which I have not much to do with.
That is bizarre. Don't they have redundant power? Was it a blackout? Brownout?
I host with Softlayer in Texas. They've been excellent.-Renegade (June 04, 2011, 07:51 AM)
SoftLayer Engineers are aware of the sporadic packetloss and/or connectivity to FCR01.SEA01. Currently engineers are working on resolving this issue; however, there is a chance a reboot to the router will be required. In the event this needs to happen, a notice will be posted here along with any other information gathered.
-- Update --
Service has been restored to customers behind FCR01.SEA01. During the process of working on the router, the issue manifested itself into 100% CPU resulting in upstream and downstream links going down along with routing protocols. Engineers were able to stabilize the router without a reload, and are currently monitoring it to determine if the fix is permanent.
-- UPDATE --
Engineers have determined this is not a permanent fix for the FCR01.SEA01 issue. During the course of troubleshooting this issue with Cisco, it has been determined that the best course of action is to upgrade the router to the latest IOS version. This will be happening at approximately 01:30 CDT.
Engineers are continuing to work with Cisco TAC on this issue. At this point, the router has been restored to service at approximately 03:20 CDT. Some customers may continue to experience intermittent packetloss behind FCR01.SEA01.
Does the server allow download resuming?Yes. (Apache does by default)-Stoic Joker (April 11, 2011, 11:55 AM)