I am looking for a SMS server software for RHEL.
The phones we use can receive email but it does not always get to the phone
in a timely manner and sometimes I get "connected refused" when trying to
send messages via email. I've looked at smstools and Googled around but
would like the forums opinion on what they have used and experiences.
Thank you for your time,
On Fri, Jan 29, 2010 at 12:22:05PM +0200, Gilboa Davara wrote:
> > which
> > was throttling the CPUs to 1.6 GHz (from a maximum of 2.4 GHz). I attempted to
> > remedy this by setting InterruptThrottleRate=0,0 in the e1000e driver, after
> > which we had one full day of testing with zero rx_missed_errors, but the
> > application still reported packet loss.
> rx_missed_error usually get triggered when the kernel is slow to handle
> incoming hardware interrupts.
> There's a trade-off here, increase the interrupt rate and you'll
> increase the kernel CPU usage as the expense of lower latency - decrease
> the interrupt rate, and you'll reduce the CPU usage at the expense of a
> higher chance of hitting the RX queue limit.
> I'd suggest you try setting the InterruptThrottleRate to 1000, while
> increasing the RX queues to 4096.
> (sbin/ethtool -G DEVICE rx 4096)
> You could try enabling multi-queue by adding IntterruptType=2,
> RSS=NUM_OF_QUEUE and MQ=1 to your modprobe.conf.d.
I'll try these suggestions later today. Note that I was able to disable
interrupt throttling on the on-board 82574L NICs without seeing any
> Can you post the output of $ mpstat -P 1 ALL during peak load?
We run "mpstat -P 5 ALL" continuously; is this sufficient resolution? I've
attached the mpstat output from the 09:30-10:30 yesterday, which is one of the
busiest hours of the day for multicast traffic.
Also, here is the top of the output from powertop. Are you running with C-STATE
enabled? It is somewhat troubling that more than half of the time is spent in
the most power-saving state (C3), but I think this is averaged across all CPUs.
PowerTOP version 1.11 (C) 2007 Intel Corporation
Cn Avg residency P-states (frequencies)
C0 (cpu running) (15.2%)
polling 5.5ms ( 4.1%)
C1 halt 0.2ms (23.0%)
C2 mwait 0.2ms ( 4.6%)
C3 mwait 0.4ms (53.1%)
Wakeups-from-idle per second : 2833.7 interval: 10.0s
no ACPI power usage estimate available
Top causes for wakeups:
47.7% (8416.6) <interrupt> : lan1-TxRx-0
25.5% (4498.9) <kernel IPI> : Rescheduling interrupts
13.2% (2324.3) <kernel core> : hrtimer_start_range_ns (tick_sched_timer)
5.7% (1000.9) kipmi0 : __mod_timer (process_timeout)
4.1% (721.9) <interrupt> : lan0-TxRx-0
2.3% (413.0) <interrupt> : extra timer interrupt
0.6% ( 99.8) <kernel module> : __mod_timer (smi_timeout)
0.5% ( 93.1) <interrupt> : ata_piix, ata_piix, uhci_hcd:usb5, uhci_hcd:
0.1% ( 17.2) <kernel core> : __mod_timer (neigh_periodic_timer)
0.1% ( 11.1) <kernel core> : hrtimer_start (tick_sched_timer)
0.1% ( 10.4) vconfig : __mod_timer (garp_join_timer)
0.1% ( 10.0) <kernel module> : __mod_timer (ipmi_timeout)
I had to re-install Fedora 10 on a home desktop PC. In regard to this:
Is it possible to have a local cache/ "repository" of all
1) Updates (Critical, Security, Bug-fixes), and
2) Additional installed rpm's (that were installed through PackageKit), e.g.
Opera, Adobe Reader, etc.
so that I do not have to download all those again (800 MB + D/L)
This would be similar to the 'aptonCD' package in Ubuntu (
APTonCD is a tool with a graphical interface which allows you to create one
> or more CDs or DVDs (you choose the type of media) with all of the packages
> you've downloaded via APT-GET or APTITUDE, creating a removable repository
> that you can use on other computers.
> APTonCD will also allow you to automatically create media with all of your
> .deb packages located in one specific repository, so that you can install
> them into your computers without the need for an internet connection.
Fedora 10, Ubuntu 9.04 (i686)
I've looked thru the forums and done some googling but I don't see an
answer THAT WORKS for this question:
How to change the default GDM background/wallpaper to some other image?
I've tried all the things listed in the forums and none of them works,
including (but not limited to) copying the image I want into
/usr/share/backgrounds/images then running this command:
gconftool-2 --direct --config-source=xml:readwrite:/etc/gconf/gconf.xml.defaults --set --type string "/desktop/gnome/background/picture_filename" "/usr/share/backgrounds/images/Fistmaster.FullHD.0190.jpg"
having done that either log off or reboot and voila! no change at all! :(
Thanks in advance.
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I am having a problem on a laptop where the KDE "kickoff application launcher" takes several seconds to appear after it is clicked - 30 to 40 seconds would be typical. The same problem exists with the "lock screen" and "shutdown/logout" widgets that I have added to the taskbar. The problem only occurs over VNC - it does not occur when logged-in to the laptop directly.
The problem would seem to be similar to the one discussed at http://forums.fedoraforum.org/showthread.php?t=234227 , with the following differences:
o problem occurs on a VNC display, but not on the laptop's LCD
o system uses the radeon driver, not nvidia
o system has xorg-x11-server-Xorg.i686 and xorg-x11-server-common.i686 1.7.4-1.fc12 installed (I tried 1.7.4-4, but it didn't fix the problem, and "broke" the laptop display)
Has anyone else seen anything similar, or have any suggestions?
Lets Go Canes!
Can anyone help me with a disk usage problem? I have a disk
partition of 65GB in LVM; df says:
/dev/dm-0 65570580 60494828 1744888 98% /
However, if I use either du or Baobab they reckon the directories in it
add up to 30Gb or so. As it is my root directory, and there are various
others it is a little difficult to get the total, so I booted under
liveUSB and saw exactly the same - 30Gb used, but 98% full.
So something is stealing half my disk. If I try to write more it is
out of space.
Any ideas how I get my space back? fsck reports the disk is clean.
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I have a F12 box that periodically locks up solid when visiting certain
Flash-based sites in Firefox. There are usually no odd messages found in
/var/log/messages to indicate what went wrong, except a couple of days
ago, after a crash, I found this:
Dec 29 13:01:50 jupiter kernel: [drm:radeon_fence_wait] *ERROR*
fence(f1045aa0:0x00000507) 942ms timeout going to reset GPU
Dec 29 13:01:50 jupiter kernel: [drm] RB2D reset succeed
Dec 29 13:01:50 jupiter kernel: [drm] CP reset succeed
Dec 29 13:01:50 jupiter kernel: [drm] radeon: cp idle (0x10000000)
Dec 29 13:01:50 jupiter kernel: [drm] radeon: ring at 0x0000000020000000
Dec 29 13:01:50 jupiter kernel: [drm] ring test succeeded in 1 usecs
Dec 29 13:01:50 jupiter kernel: [drm] GPU reset succeed
Dec 29 13:01:50 jupiter kernel: [drm:radeon_fence_wait] *ERROR*
fence(f1045aa0:0x00000507) 954ms timeout
My video card is a:
02:00.0 VGA compatible controller: ATI Technologies Inc RV370 5B60
[Radeon X300 (PCIE)]
Could there be some bug with the radeon driver that is causing this?
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On a new Fedora 12 install how can one add libraries and applications
for Xubuntu (i.e. add the Xfce Desktop with it's apps) ? Am using
GNOME as the desktop presently.
Linux User 483705 @ http://counter.li.org/ (Linux Counter)
I installed F12 on a Eee PC 1001HA. Everything workes fine except the
wireless chipset, RaLink RT3090
Google turned up various leads, such as this thread:
One poster writes:
"Kernel-2.6.32-0.63.rc8.git2.fc13 includes a module for the rt3090 chip in
the staging directory."
"Fedora's kernel package contains some of the staging modules. I don't know
what criteria they have for choosing what staging modules get into the
Fedora package. Most likely the rt3090 got in the 2.6.32-0.63.rc8.git2.fc13
package by accident. You can file a bug in bugzilla.redhat.com and ask them
to reinclude it.
Meanwhile rpmfusion offers a kmod-staging package that you can try, which
covers (most of) those staging modules that don't come with Fedora's
Someone filed a bug against this:
One of the followups indicates:
Staging: remove no longer needed rt3090 driver
rt2860 handles now all rt2860/rt3090 chipsets.
Now I am thoroughly confused. :)
>From Fusion, I installed kmod-staging:
as well as the rt2860 driver:
However, when I rebooted the Eee, the wireless card still isn't recognized.
What are my options at this point?
Wait for 2.6.32 kernel? Will it make it into F12 or not until F13?
Try to install via kmod-staging? Not sure how, can't find any man page or
Compile the driver myself? Version dd 27 january, source:
Install rawhide? Not crazy about that idea.
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