||[Feb. 4th, 2004|10:37 am]
Got access to an IA64 system for testing. (Also soon an Opteron system). memcached runs on it no problem... cool. Address space so big!|
New mono 0.30 is out, including my async socket fixes! Look at these props to me from the release notes:
Roughly 60 developers following developers contributed to this release:I'm some of those millions! :P *sniffle* I feel so proud.
.... [not me] .....
This list is not complete, it is missing contributions that were sent to the list, as it was very hard to track the one million incremental line patch since the last release.
Building a PBX at work with Asterisk. Learned about FXO vs. FXS signalling. Bought a 1-port FXO card and a 4-port FXS card. The FXS card needs 12V power from the power supply, but these old Dells don't have free cables dangling around like most home-built computers. Need to wait for my local parts store to open to buy an extender so I can get power to the PCI card. Since we only have 4 analog phones currently, we'll stick with this 4-port card and get IP phones for everybody else, which are only $65 and well-supported by Asterisk. Then everybody will be able to dial 9 to get the outside line (local calls only) or dial 8 or something to get an outside long-distance line, using VoicePulse Connect, which is pretty much the coolest commercial service ever.
Been trying to figure out a bug we're seeing in the Linux e1000 driver. The newer intel networking cards do TCP Segmentation Offloading, but the driver is racy when it runs out of Tx descriptors, I read? There are options to turn it off or increase Tx resources, so I have to tackle that sometime here. Any "fix" is just a workaround it seems. The driver should be fixed. :-(