Category Archives: Computer

Nov '12 08

BSOD analyze

I always forget how to get the driver info out of windbg !analyze -v;r;kv;lmtn;lmtsmn;.bugcheck;!sysinfo cpuinfo;!sysinfo machineid; !sysinfo cpuspeed; !sysinfo smbios .logclose If your getting errors about symbols, use !symfix remember to restart windbg afterwards.

Oct '12 03

Verify Linux MD device

Yet another faulty disk with bad blocks has me wondering how to check the MD array for consistancy, found a good post about it. sudo bash -c “echo check > /sys/block/md0/md/sync_action” sudo bash -c “echo repair >/sys/block/md0/md/sync_action” cat /sys/block/md1/md/mismatch_cnt

Apr '12 20

Packet dump on Cisco

Finally found a way to dump packets on a Cisco Router for tracing. Router (config)# logging buffered 15000 (this creates a large enough buffer to look at locally on the router,or you can configure the router to log the ACL … Continue reading

Mar '12 06

Kerberos Auth in squid

Look like i’ll need to check out how to use kerberos auth in squid rather than ntlm [2012/03/06 15:25:47.488709, 1] libsmb/ntlmssp.c:342(ntlmssp_update) got NTLMSSP command 3, expected 1 “The “3” and “1” have been explained as the difference between NTLM vs Kerberos.  … Continue reading

Dec '11 31

Bandwidth monitoring – ip/host usage

An Alt title is “Where has all my internet usage gone”… I’ve remove ntop as i found it too problematic, and not giving me the info i require. I have now installed ipfm (all though its no longer maintained) and bwstat, … Continue reading

Dec '11 10

3D Printing

I saw a RepRap at Linux Conf AU some years ago, Its a computer controlled printer that uses ABS or PLA plastic to create 3d parts. I’ve been following it off and on for a while. Its getting cheaper and … Continue reading

Nov '11 06

3D Mark

i7-860 @ 3.56Ghz with XFX-5870 1GB GPU P4533 3DMarks i7-860 @ 3.57Ghz with MSI FZ3-570 770Mhz 1.28GB GPU P5895 3DMarks Heaven 2.5 Score 1092 ~43.4FPS i7-860 @ 3.57Ghz with MSI FZ3-570 850Mhz @ +43mv 1.28GB 2200Ghz @ +10mv GPU P6341 … Continue reading

Oct '11 16

Linux Bandwidth Traffic Monitor

I’ve been looking for good tools on displaying bandwidth monitoring on Linux for a while, and finally came across this good Bandwidth Monitoring article on the different tools avilable for Debian/Ubuntu. Also, found a good capture filter to see the Http Get … Continue reading