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Name: Joshua Vimes

Notes: I like doing stuff with databases, xml, webbased apps etc. Currently tinkering with python and apache (and a bit of Zope).

So, MadCoder , it takes you about 10 days to decide switching to another plan. That's about right. Always start with something simple.

I zoomed in "Comparative Code Chart" from "Opening the Open Source Debate" by Kenneth Brown, president of an obscure Washington DC think tank.

    OS Software and the Number of lines of code (estimated)
  • NASA Space Shuttle Flight Control <2,000,000
  • Linux Kernel -> ~ 2,000,000
  • Sun Solaris (1998-2000) ->8,000,000
  • Windows XP -> 30,000,000 !!!
If one believes NASA space shuttle flight control is less prone to crash its mission, look at the trend of this graph/data, no more argument is necessary.
5 Jun 2002 (updated 5 Jun 2002 at 14:53 UTC) »
Nunzio Forese 1141397@skytel.com Sun NJ Rep
Brian Simen? (732)302-3954
isommers@east.sun.com case# 63030617, 
Robert Beloni case# 62981081
2pm tape juke box, controller and Jim (609)954-4224 should
be here
RMAN> restore datafile 1
2> ;
Starting restore at 04-JUN-02
using channel ORA_DISK_1
channel ORA_DISK_1: starting datafile backupset restore
channel ORA_DISK_1: specifying datafile(s) to restore f
restoring datafile 00001 to /oracle/product/901/oradata
RMAN-00571: ===========================================
RMAN-00571: ===========================================
RMAN-00579: the following error occurred at 06/04/2002 
RMAN-03002: failure during compilation of command
RMAN-03013: command type: restore
RMAN-03007: retryable error occurred during execution o
RMAN-12004: unhandled exception during command executio
RMAN-10035: exception raised in RPC: ORA-19587: error o
s at block number 1050337
ORA-27091: skgfqio: unable to queue I/O
ORA-27069: skgfdisp: attempt to do I/O beyond the range
Additional information: 1050337
Additional information: 16
Additional information: 1050346
RMAN-10031: ORA-19624 occurred during call to DBMS_BACK

hey, scienceboy2, is that your home? Wow, you've got some very smart ancestors. This is where i live with 5 little male robots and one giant ONE. Around May 31st, i discovered that the robotic arm in our tape jukebox is giving error messages again. It refuses to do those important backup jobs. That robotic arm was sick a year ago. A new arm was shipped to us. But it went ill again early this May. A male nurse from Sun prescribed a patch for it but i don't believe it's the right cure. I am still doing some research. It may be the nerve system not simply the body injury. But first, i find an old arm on another machine to step in to get the job done so we can afford more time to do a proper diagnose for the broken arm on a much more expensive machine.

2 Jun 2002 (updated 7 Jun 2002 at 14:05 UTC) »

Sunday is worship Gods day. So twice again, i left 5 little robots and one giant robots at home and come to worship Goddess inside me. God bless us.

Last login Wed Jun  5 14:52 (PDT) on ttypf from
du: ./var/backups: Permission denied
du: ./var/crash: Permission denied
du: ./var/cron: Permission denied
du: ./var/db/ipf: Permission denied
du: ./var/db/mysql: Permission denied
du: ./var/heimdal: Permission denied
du: ./var/run/ppp: Permission denied
du: ./var/spool/opielocks: Permission denied
du: ./var/games/hackdir: Permission denied
du: ./stand/etc: Permission denied
du: ./etc/isdn: Permission denied
du: ./etc/uucp: Permission denied
du: ./root/.ssh: Permission denied
du: ./tmp/screens/S-hurstdog: Permission denied
du: ./usr/games/hide: Permission denied
du: ./usr/home/hurstdog/.ssh: Permission denied
31 May 2002 (updated 31 May 2002 at 15:15 UTC) »
channel c1: finished piece 1 at 31-MAY-02
piece handle=/backup/data/obk/0ORA1.02dprdq6 comment=NONE
channel c1: backup set complete, elapsed time: 00:03:29
Finished backup at 31-MAY-02
released channel: c1
30 May 2002 (updated 30 May 2002 at 23:43 UTC) »

Each remote machine may have a file named /etc/hosts.equiv containing a list of trusted hostnames with which it shares usernames. Users with the same username on both the local and remote machine may run rsh from the machines listed in the remote machine's /etc/hosts file. Individual users may set up a similar private equivalence list with the file .rhosts in their home directories. Each line in this file contains two names: a hostname and a username separated by a space. The entry permits the user named username who is logged into hostname to use rsh to access the remote machine as the remote user. If the name of the local host is not found in the /etc/hosts.equiv file on the remote machine, and the local username and hostname are not found in the remote user's .rhosts file, then the access is denied. The hostnames listed in the /etc/hosts.equiv and .rhosts files must be the official hostnames listed in the hosts database; nicknames may not be used in either of these files.

tar czvf /dev/tapes/tape0/mt etc usr/local/bin
home/oracle/product/plsql/demo home/httpd/html
home/httpd/cgi-bin home/httpd/servlets/*java home/httpd/reports
rmsprod: date; tar cvf /dev/rmt/0 /oracle /backup/obk /export/home; du -s /oracle /backup/obk /export/home; date; tar xvf ... /dev/rmt/0 `tar tf ... /dev/rmt/0 |grep 'pattern'`;

Hello, MadCoder Welcome to this la la land! I am actually interested in learning Russian languages. Suppose I'm your dumb machine, how do you programming me so that i can distinct some characteristics about Russian language in shortest bursts of time and have the ability to accumulate knowledge about Russian over my life time? Your dumb machine can read English, Chinese fluently, can read French, Japanese with some help from dictionaries. He wants to be able to read Arabic, Russian and Hindu languages as well. He'd appreciate very much for anyone to keep his problem at the back of their mind and ponder on it at their leisure times.

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