Wednesday, April 21, 2010




不能说NO,更不能说YES,我多渴望找回遗失的幻想,说一句“You know, It doesn't matter.” 。因为真正重要的是你提醒了我,该去找回那些遗失dē幻想的时候到了。


凡是名都有意义,字就是代号。博客名从前一直叫"Fred Chu's Weblog",当然是不知道该叫什么好才取了这个名,现在叫Oracle One,一是因为有了自己的顶级域名,虽然不是那么牛,几个字母加数字的混合.



Tuesday, April 20, 2010


[caption id="attachment_1448" align="aligncenter" width="417" caption="memcached"][/caption]

于是就想到直接修改windows服务的启动参数,操作如下,打开注册表,找到:HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\memcached Server 其中的ImagePath项的值为: [cci  lang='text' line_numbers='false']c:\memcached\memcached.exe" -d runservice[/cci]

改成:[cci  lang='text' line_numbers='false']c:\memcached\memcached.exe" -p 12345 -m 128 -d runservice[/cci]

A new munin node client for windows

[caption id="attachment_1452" align="aligncenter" width="305" caption="Munin Monitor"]Munin Monitor[/caption]I fork a new munin node client for windows this week. everyone can download source, post bug report and download release binary at google code.


  • add CIDR network address access (

  • don't send logevent when munin master connect

  • add logError function to service.cpp

  • add master ipaddress config

  • add wether log connections config

  • don't rewrite new config file

Monday, April 19, 2010

ping 0xc0a8010a

[caption id="attachment_1454" align="aligncenter" width="548" caption="ping network tool on windows"][/caption][cc lang='text' line_numbers='false']
[fred@home ~]$ ping 0xc0a8010a
PING 0xc0a8010a ( 56(84) bytes of data.
--- 0xc0a8010a ping statistics ---
3 packets transmitted, 0 received, 100% packet loss, time 2479ms

Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Use fdisk fix hard disk error

Just did a sudo fdisk -l of my newly installed OS. I had manually configured the partitions with the Live CD install to allow for my /home to be on it's own partition. The included screenshot of same indicates that my Partition table entries are not in disk order. Is this something I should correct? Can I expect problems with the partitioning as it is? If so, what should I do?

It is not a problem. You can "reset" them to the correct order but you would need to check your grub menu and fstab in case there were any references to "sdXX" instead of to UUIDs. The reason is at least two of the partition "sdXX" designations would change after you 'reset' them.

For those wishing to do so, here is the procedure. Note that your system will operate fine without making this change and you run the risk of screwing up your boot process or partition mounting if the partition designations no longer match in fstab or menu.lst:
sudo fdisk /dev/sda

at the prompt:
(for help)
at the prompt:

(extra functionality - experts only)
(write to disk and exit)
You may get a warning that devices are in use and the new table will be used at the next boot.
Check fstab and menu.lst before rebooting.
Repeat for other drives.