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Jan
10
reviewed Approve oculus-rift tag wiki excerpt
Jan
9
awarded  Reviewer
Jan
9
reviewed No Action Needed Does anyone recognise this icon?
Jan
9
reviewed No Action Needed How to send a batch file by email
Jan
9
reviewed No Action Needed Allowing multiple simultaneous rsyncs to play nice together
Jan
9
reviewed Close How to split pcap files maintaining tcp sessions
Jan
9
reviewed Close Web based mail that works on Windows and Linux and supports mbox
Jan
9
reviewed Leave Open Bluescreen analyzes with WhoCrashed, BlueScreenView and WinDbg - different results
Jan
9
reviewed Leave Open How to recover a pairing bluetooth pin code?
Jan
9
reviewed Close SHGetPathFromIDList does not return pathnames with leading periods
Jan
9
reviewed Leave Open WhatPulse: Wrong token, did you use this profile on another computer?
Jan
9
reviewed Close Batch OCR for many PDF files (not already OCRed)?
Jan
9
reviewed Leave Open VBA substitute for Microsoft Office RT?
Jan
9
answered How to make OpenVPN client work on UDP only and a non-default port?
Jan
9
comment How to make OpenVPN client work on UDP only and a non-default port?
Furthermore, did you download a new client like warning indicated? The new client will have a new built-in configuration file that recognizes the chages you did on the access server. Your existing client is likely still using the old configuration.
Jan
9
comment Why would you ever set MaxKeepAliveRequests to anything but unlimited?
Yep, I misled you by not reading your question carefully. (I may have been thinkign about KeepAliveTimeout) My apologies. :) I'll delete this. I haven't looked into this deeply, but Apache is a forking webserver. That means a "main" Apache process accepts a TCP connection, then that process forks off into a separate process to handle things coming in from that TCP connection. I'm unsure if the forked process dies when the request is complete or when the connection is complete. If it's when the connection is complete, this is a guard against applications leaking memory.
Jan
8
revised How can disable the Windows store on Windows 8 completely
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Jan
8
comment What manages IO between a buffer and a device?
The I/O operation will take some time. While this is happening other threads of the application may be running. So the device driver involved may have the device DMA to a buffer it owns (not the application), and then copy (or return a reference to) the buffer to the application's memory space if the I/O is OK - if the device reports no errors or if the returned data is checksummed OK. If an I/O error occurred, it may make sense for the driver not to pass invalid data to application. Of course, take a look at some actual drivers, they may do different things.
Jan
7
answered What manages IO between a buffer and a device?
Jan
7
revised UBI ERROR: Attach Error
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