Rotem Hecht | 27 Apr 01:23 2015
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Music composer for film, games and Tv commercials

Hello 

I hope you well

I am Rotem Hecht.  I work as a professional music composer and sound designer, I'm based in Israel and in Los
Angeles, California
and working with production companies all over the world.

I compose original music for movies, television commercials, video games, events, corporate films and I
am open to other media scenarios.

My portfolio includes projects performed for Microsoft, Hershey's, Kre-O, Hasbro, Mercedes, Audi,
Nickelodeon, Hop! TV Channel and more

I’m capable of delivering high quality products at decent rates and in short period of time.

I would like to offer you my services. Please check my portfolio on my website www.rotemmusic.com

Thank You for your time.

All The Best ,

Rotem Hecht
Mob:+972-528-227726
rotemhecht <at> gmail.com
Skype: rhecht1282 

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Fernando Apesteguía | 26 Apr 19:11 2015
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Debugging bad memory problems

Hi,

I suspect my old and beloved AMD64 laptop is suffering from bad memory
problems: I get random crashes of well tested programs like sh, which,
etc even when I executed some of them from /rescue.

I wanted to check the memory banks. I installed
/usr/ports/sysutils/memtest86+ and try to run it at boot. According to
the documentation, from the boot loader prompt:

unload
load /boot/opt/memtest86+
boot

But at the time of loading the file, the laptop reboots.

I also tried /usr/ports/sysutils/memtest. But when I run it (as root), I get:

$memtester 1G

memtester version 4.3.0 (64-bit)
Copyright (C) 2001-2012 Charles Cazabon.
Licensed under the GNU General Public License version 2 (only).

pagesize is 4096
pagesizemask is 0xfffffffffffff000
want 1024MB (1073741824 bytes)
got  1024MB (1073741824 bytes), trying mlock ...too many pages, reducing...
got  1023MB (1073737728 bytes), trying mlock ...too many pages, reducing...
got  1023MB (1073733632 bytes), trying mlock ...too many pages, reducing...
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Midsommar Festival 2015 | 26 Apr 09:05 2015
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Are you a DJ ?

   If you have trouble reading this email, turn on the images, or [1]click
                           here to read it online.

                             [2][CDc4LAiWEAIEcWc.jpg]

      [3]Midsommar Festival returns to Switzerland for the 5th year and we
      are searching the planet for the best talented DJ to join the festival
      for a spotlight performance on this edition in Lucerne. If you think
      you have what it takes, then upload your best 30 minutes DJ set via
      Mixcloud or SoundCloud.

      One talented and lucky winner will get the chance to perform at the
      Midsommar Festival, with some of the most relevant and talented acts
      coming from many different countries. The Midsommar Team will cover
      roundtrip flights and accommodation in Lucerne, Switzerland.

      The final line-up will be announced soon and maybe with your name on
      the roster?!
      This is a unique chance to be part of an incredible festival with
      artists coming from all around the world.

                             [4][CDc7yZfWAAAmKQ7.jpg]
                                   How to Enter:

   The competition is open to European residents only.

        * Open a SoundCloud or MixCloud account in case you don't have one.
        * Upload a mix of no more than 30 minutes.
        * Title the mix Midsommar Recruits [Your DJ Name]
        * Tag your mix Midsommar Recruits if you fail to tag it correctly,
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reg | 25 Apr 23:02 2015

Install to a Partition problems.


I would like to thank the numerous people that responded to
my question, they answered various questions, but not the
one I asked,

NAMELY

How do I get FreeBSD to install to the 2nd partition of a 
MBR partitioned disk.  The first partition has PCBSD on
it if this is a complication.  

I see nowhere where I can choose a partition (ok slice), and
the Installer always shows me that it it going to overwrite
my partiation/slice 1.
--

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                                        Reg.Clemens
                                        reg <at> dwf.com

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Victor Sudakov | 25 Apr 19:49 2015
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tunneling L2 tagged traffic over IP

Dear Colleagues,

Could you advise a solution for tunneling L2 (Ethernet) traffic over IP?

There is a solution in bridge(4) using the EtherIP protocol, but it
works with untagged frames only. I need to tunnel 802.1q tagged frames
as well.

Any ideas?

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Victor Sudakov,  VAS4-RIPE, VAS47-RIPN
sip:sudakov <at> sibptus.tomsk.ru
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Robert Fitzpatrick | 25 Apr 17:54 2015

System won't boot after loss of power

Looking for some advice on how I might be able to restore a FreeBSD 8 
system after a power issue I think. This system was remote when it 
failed many months ago and only used as backup, so I waited until I was 
in town to try and fix. Now, I have a system that gives a blinking 
cursor and will not load the initial FreeBSD boot manager. The system 
has four (4) drives, two 150GB and two 1TB drives. Each pair is using 
gmirror with root, /usr, /var and /home on the 150GB pair while my 
backup data on one slice of the TB drives.

I can use Live CD and make changes to the /etc/fstab to use the slices 
of one pair of drives and chroot to the existing system without gmirror 
and read all the data from all the partitions. This works for all drives 
updating fstab for each pair of drives.

No matter how I update the fstab file, I just get a blinking cursor 
without reaching the FreeBSD boot manager at all. How can I diagnose 
further or restore the boot process?

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Robert

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Ricky G | 24 Apr 23:13 2015
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RE: ZFS-FreeBSD 10.1 -zpool degraded/5638733535486357169 REMOVED 0 0 0 was /dev/label/z3

Hey Motty,Reviewed your hardware and I'm still not quite positive on how the setup works. From what I
understand, this rack has two separate servers running with two controllers that are connected
providing shared access to the storage. Please correct me if I am mistaken. Someone else maybe more
familiar may give you a better answer. I have never used nor seen something like this. However, I will still
suggest what I suggested before, do hardware tests and make sure its not faulty. Swap this z3 drive with
another drive and see if its that particular drive, or that particular port.
Regards,Ricky

Date: Fri, 24 Apr 2015 12:56:13 -0700
From: motty.cruz <at> gmail.com
To: ricky1252 <at> hotmail.com
Subject: Re: ZFS-FreeBSD 10.1 -zpool degraded/5638733535486357169   REMOVED 0 0     0  was /dev/label/z3

  

  

    Hello Ricky, 

    thank you very much for your reply; 

    The JBOD Promise vess j26000SD has two SAS ports, 1 port is plug to
    Machine A(master) 2nd port is plug to Machine B(slave). Both
    Machines see the drivers, however zpool is only loaded on Machine
    A(master. 

    Also, forgot to mention that if I ran "zpool clear tank" fixes that
    issue. I am sure that rebooting the slave machine zpool on Master
    machine reports drive was removed. 

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Jon Radel | 24 Apr 22:03 2015

Re: That darn ZTS

On 4/24/15 2:03 PM, Nancy Belle wrote:
> BUT! Just now started up apache24 and found it went right back to the same old problem of looking for modules
in a different place than that of what the httpd.conf sets forth.
>
A long shot (and my apologies if this was covered earlier in the 
thread), but have you absolutely, positively confirmed  that apache 2.4 
is using the httpd.conf file that you think it is using?

find / -name httpd.conf -ls

show any lurking, stale httpd.conf files?

grep 20100525-zts */*

in your config file directory show an include file that references that 
directory?

--Jon Radel
jon <at> radel.com

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Motty Cruz | 24 Apr 21:44 2015
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help - ZFS-FreeBSD 10.1 -zpool degraded

Hello,
I get the following error:
5638733535486357169REMOVED000was /dev/label/z3

I have two FreeBSD 10.1 64bit machine A (master) and Machine B(slave) if 
for whatever reason slave machine reboot, Machine A, reports zpool 
degraded and usually same disk (in this case z3) always appear to be 
"REMOVED".

any ideas? JBOD Promise Vess J2000D Series and LSI Card SAS9200.

I have two raidz2, normally  zpool appears :
# zpool status
   pool: tank
  state: ONLINE
   scan: resilvered 0 in 0h0m with 0 errors on Fri Apr 24 10:50:33 2015
config:

     NAME           STATE     READ WRITE CKSUM
     tank           ONLINE       0     0     0
       raidz2-0     ONLINE       0     0     0
         label/z0   ONLINE       0     0     0
         label/z1   ONLINE       0     0     0
         label/z2   ONLINE       0     0     0
         label/z3   ONLINE       0     0     0
         label/z14  ONLINE       0     0     0
         label/z5   ONLINE       0     0     0
         label/z6   ONLINE       0     0     0
       raidz2-1     ONLINE       0     0     0
         label/z7   ONLINE       0     0     0
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Gary Aitken | 24 Apr 21:12 2015

/cd0 held open but no files reported

I have a situation I'd like some insights on...

running 9.2 release on an AMD 64, X with xfce4

I mounted a CD from root:
  #mount -t cd9660 /dev/cd0 /cd0
Accessed some files on the CD using gimp.
Exited gimp

When I try to umount, I get the message:
  #umount /cd0
  umount: unmount of /cd0 failed: Device busy 

However:
  #lsof /cd0
shows nothing

but:
  fuser /cd0
  /cd0: 2029

From lsof:
gvfsd-tra  2029      garya  cwd     VDIR              0,121                512        2 /
gvfsd-tra  2029      garya  rtd     VDIR              0,121                512        2 /
gvfsd-tra  2029      garya  txt     VREG              0,129              45792  4220202 /usr/local/libexec/gvfsd-trash
gvfsd-tra  2029      garya  txt     VREG              0,121             105608    66081 /libexec/ld-elf.so.1
gvfsd-tra  2029      garya  txt     VREG              0,129             147752  1993838 /usr/local/lib/gvfs/libgvfsdaemon.so
gvfsd-tra  2029      garya  txt     VREG              0,129             247312  1993832 /usr/local/lib/gvfs/libgvfscommon.so
gvfsd-tra  2029      garya  txt     VREG              0,129              11832  1472099 /usr/local/lib/libgmodule-2.0.so.0.4200.1
gvfsd-tra  2029      garya  txt     VREG              0,129            1448336  1472091 /usr/local/lib/libgio-2.0.so.0.4200.1
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Motty Cruz | 24 Apr 21:24 2015
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ZFS-FreeBSD 10.1 -zpool degraded/5638733535486357169 REMOVED 0 0 0 was /dev/label/z3

Hello,
I get the following error:
5638733535486357169REMOVED000was /dev/label/z3

I have two FreeBSD 10.1 64bit machine A (master) and Machine B(slave) if 
for whatever reason slave machine reboot, Machine A, reports zpool 
degraded and usually same disk (in this case z3) always appear to be 
"REMOVED".

any ideas? JBOD Promise Vess J2000D Series and LSI Card SAS9200.

Thanks in advance!
-Motty
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