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  • about buffer overflow

    - by Abed
    hello guys, I am new to the ethical hacking world, and one of the most important things is the stack overflow, anyway I coded a vulnerable C program which has a char name [400] statement, and when I try to run the program with 401A's it doesn't overflow, but the book which I am following says it must overflow and the logic sense says so, so what's wrong???

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  • Finding out why Dell Controler is Degraded

    - by Kyle Brandt
    I installed open manage on a couple of my PE 2950s for snmp monitoring of the RAID. All the checks seem to come back okay except for controllerState: [[email protected] ~]# snmpwalk -v 2c -c bestNotToPostPasswords myMachine -m +StorageManagement-MIB controllerstate StorageManagement-MIB::controllerState.1 = INTEGER: degraded(6) Other checks seems to indicate the battery, LD, and physicals disks are all good unless I missing something. Can anyone tell if I am missing something or neglecting something import in my RAID monitoring/understanding? I get degraded for both these servers I have set up. A walk of the entire storage management tree for on of them: StorageManagement-MIB::softwareVersion.0 = STRING: "3.2.0" StorageManagement-MIB::globalStatus.0 = INTEGER: warning(2) StorageManagement-MIB::softwareManufacturer.0 = STRING: "Dell Inc." StorageManagement-MIB::softwareProduct.0 = STRING: "Server Administrator (Storage Management)" StorageManagement-MIB::softwareDescription.0 = STRING: "Configuration and monitoring of disk storage devices." StorageManagement-MIB::displayName.0 = STRING: "Server Administrator (Storage Management)" StorageManagement-MIB::description.0 = STRING: "Configuration and monitoring of disk storage devices." StorageManagement-MIB::agentVendor.0 = STRING: "Dell Inc." StorageManagement-MIB::agentTimeStamp.0 = INTEGER: 1273842310 StorageManagement-MIB::agentGetTimeout.0 = INTEGER: 5 StorageManagement-MIB::agentModifiers.0 = INTEGER: 0 StorageManagement-MIB::agentRefreshRate.0 = INTEGER: 300 StorageManagement-MIB::agentMibVersion.0 = STRING: "3.2" StorageManagement-MIB::agentManagementSoftwareURLName.0 = "" StorageManagement-MIB::agentGlobalSystemStatus.0 = INTEGER: nonCritical(4) StorageManagement-MIB::agentLastGlobalSystemStatus.0 = INTEGER: ok(3) StorageManagement-MIB::agentSmartThermalShutdown.0 = INTEGER: notApplicable(3) StorageManagement-MIB::controllerNumber.1 = INTEGER: 1 StorageManagement-MIB::controllerName.1 = STRING: "PERC 5/i Integrated" StorageManagement-MIB::controllerVendor.1 = STRING: "DELL" StorageManagement-MIB::controllerType.1 = INTEGER: sas(6) StorageManagement-MIB::controllerState.1 = INTEGER: degraded(6) StorageManagement-MIB::controllerRebuildRateInPercent.1 = INTEGER: 30 StorageManagement-MIB::controllerFWVersion.1 = STRING: "5.0.2-0003" StorageManagement-MIB::controllerCacheSizeInMB.1 = INTEGER: 256 StorageManagement-MIB::controllerCacheSizeInBytes.1 = INTEGER: 0 StorageManagement-MIB::controllerPhysicalDeviceCount.1 = INTEGER: 5 StorageManagement-MIB::controllerLogicalDeviceCount.1 = INTEGER: 1 StorageManagement-MIB::controllerRollUpStatus.1 = INTEGER: nonCritical(4) StorageManagement-MIB::controllerComponentStatus.1 = INTEGER: nonCritical(4) StorageManagement-MIB::controllerNexusID.1 = STRING: "\\0" StorageManagement-MIB::controllerAlarmState.1 = INTEGER: disabled(2) StorageManagement-MIB::controllerDriverVersion.1 = STRING: "00.00.03.05 " StorageManagement-MIB::controllerPCISlot.1 = STRING: "embedded" StorageManagement-MIB::controllerClusterMode.1 = INTEGER: notApplicable(99) StorageManagement-MIB::controllerMinFWVersion.1 = STRING: "5.2.1-0067" StorageManagement-MIB::controllerMinDriverVersion.1 = STRING: "00.00.03.21" StorageManagement-MIB::controllerChannelCount.1 = INTEGER: 2 StorageManagement-MIB::controllerReconstructRate.1 = INTEGER: 30 StorageManagement-MIB::controllerPatrolReadRate.1 = INTEGER: 30 StorageManagement-MIB::controllerBGIRate.1 = INTEGER: 30 StorageManagement-MIB::controllerCheckConsistencyRate.1 = INTEGER: 30 StorageManagement-MIB::controllerPatrolReadMode.1 = INTEGER: automatic(1) StorageManagement-MIB::controllerPatrolReadState.1 = INTEGER: stopped(1) StorageManagement-MIB::controllerPatrolReadIterations.1 = INTEGER: 162 StorageManagement-MIB::controllerEntry.57.1 = INTEGER: 99 StorageManagement-MIB::controllerEntry.58.1 = INTEGER: 99 StorageManagement-MIB::channelNumber.1 = INTEGER: 1 StorageManagement-MIB::channelNumber.2 = INTEGER: 2 StorageManagement-MIB::channelName.1 = STRING: "Connector 0" StorageManagement-MIB::channelName.2 = STRING: "Connector 1" StorageManagement-MIB::channelState.1 = INTEGER: ready(1) StorageManagement-MIB::channelState.2 = INTEGER: ready(1) StorageManagement-MIB::channelRollUpStatus.1 = INTEGER: ok(3) StorageManagement-MIB::channelRollUpStatus.2 = INTEGER: ok(3) StorageManagement-MIB::channelComponentStatus.1 = INTEGER: ok(3) StorageManagement-MIB::channelComponentStatus.2 = INTEGER: ok(3) StorageManagement-MIB::channelNexusID.1 = STRING: "\\0\\0" StorageManagement-MIB::channelNexusID.2 = STRING: "\\0\\1" StorageManagement-MIB::channelBusType.1 = INTEGER: sas(8) StorageManagement-MIB::channelBusType.2 = INTEGER: sas(8) StorageManagement-MIB::enclosureNumber.1 = INTEGER: 1 StorageManagement-MIB::enclosureName.1 = STRING: "Backplane" StorageManagement-MIB::enclosureVendor.1 = STRING: "DELL" StorageManagement-MIB::enclosureState.1 = INTEGER: ready(1) StorageManagement-MIB::enclosureProductID.1 = STRING: "BACKPLANE " StorageManagement-MIB::enclosureType.1 = INTEGER: internal(1) StorageManagement-MIB::enclosureChannelNumber.1 = INTEGER: 0 StorageManagement-MIB::enclosureRollUpStatus.1 = INTEGER: ok(3) StorageManagement-MIB::enclosureComponentStatus.1 = INTEGER: ok(3) StorageManagement-MIB::enclosureNexusID.1 = STRING: "\\0\\0\\0" StorageManagement-MIB::enclosureFirmwareVersion.1 = STRING: "1.00" StorageManagement-MIB::enclosureSASAddress.1 = STRING: "50019090B4C67200" StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskNumber.1 = INTEGER: 1 StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskNumber.2 = INTEGER: 2 StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskNumber.3 = INTEGER: 3 StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskNumber.4 = INTEGER: 4 StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskName.1 = STRING: "Physical Disk 0:0:0" StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskName.2 = STRING: "Physical Disk 0:0:1" StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskName.3 = STRING: "Physical Disk 0:0:2" StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskName.4 = STRING: "Physical Disk 0:0:3" StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskVendor.1 = STRING: "DELL " StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskVendor.2 = STRING: "DELL " StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskVendor.3 = STRING: "DELL " StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskVendor.4 = STRING: "DELL " StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskState.1 = INTEGER: online(3) StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskState.2 = INTEGER: online(3) StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskState.3 = INTEGER: online(3) StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskState.4 = INTEGER: online(3) StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskProductID.1 = STRING: "ST3146755SS " StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskProductID.2 = STRING: "ST3146755SS " StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskProductID.3 = STRING: "ST3146755SS " StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskProductID.4 = STRING: "ST3146755SS " StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskSerialNo.1 = STRING: "3LN0LRL0 " StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskSerialNo.2 = STRING: "3LN0JYJS " StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskSerialNo.3 = STRING: "3LN0LR0V " StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskSerialNo.4 = STRING: "3LN0JH97 " StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskRevision.1 = STRING: "T106" StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskRevision.2 = STRING: "T106" StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskRevision.3 = STRING: "T106" StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskRevision.4 = STRING: "T106" StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskEnclosureID.1 = STRING: "0" StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskEnclosureID.2 = STRING: "0" StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskEnclosureID.3 = STRING: "0" StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskEnclosureID.4 = STRING: "0" StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskChannel.1 = INTEGER: 0 StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskChannel.2 = INTEGER: 0 StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskChannel.3 = INTEGER: 0 StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskChannel.4 = INTEGER: 0 StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskLengthInMB.1 = INTEGER: 139392 StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskLengthInMB.2 = INTEGER: 139392 StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskLengthInMB.3 = INTEGER: 139392 StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskLengthInMB.4 = INTEGER: 139392 StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskLengthInBytes.1 = INTEGER: 0 StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskLengthInBytes.2 = INTEGER: 0 StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskLengthInBytes.3 = INTEGER: 0 StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskLengthInBytes.4 = INTEGER: 0 StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskLargestContiguousFreeSpaceInMB.1 = INTEGER: 0 StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskLargestContiguousFreeSpaceInMB.2 = INTEGER: 0 StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskLargestContiguousFreeSpaceInMB.3 = INTEGER: 0 StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskLargestContiguousFreeSpaceInMB.4 = INTEGER: 0 StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskLargestContiguousFreeSpaceInBytes.1 = INTEGER: 0 StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskLargestContiguousFreeSpaceInBytes.2 = INTEGER: 0 StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskLargestContiguousFreeSpaceInBytes.3 = INTEGER: 0 StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskLargestContiguousFreeSpaceInBytes.4 = INTEGER: 0 StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskTargetID.1 = INTEGER: 0 StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskTargetID.2 = INTEGER: 1 StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskTargetID.3 = INTEGER: 2 StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskTargetID.4 = INTEGER: 3 StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskLunID.1 = INTEGER: 0 StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskLunID.2 = INTEGER: 0 StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskLunID.3 = INTEGER: 0 StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskLunID.4 = INTEGER: 0 StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskUsedSpaceInMB.1 = INTEGER: 139392 StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskUsedSpaceInMB.2 = INTEGER: 139392 StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskUsedSpaceInMB.3 = INTEGER: 139392 StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskUsedSpaceInMB.4 = INTEGER: 139392 StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskUsedSpaceInBytes.1 = INTEGER: 0 StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskUsedSpaceInBytes.2 = INTEGER: 0 StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskUsedSpaceInBytes.3 = INTEGER: 0 StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskUsedSpaceInBytes.4 = INTEGER: 0 StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskFreeSpaceInMB.1 = INTEGER: 0 StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskFreeSpaceInMB.2 = INTEGER: 0 StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskFreeSpaceInMB.3 = INTEGER: 0 StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskFreeSpaceInMB.4 = INTEGER: 0 StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskFreeSpaceInBytes.1 = INTEGER: 0 StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskFreeSpaceInBytes.2 = INTEGER: 0 StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskFreeSpaceInBytes.3 = INTEGER: 0 StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskFreeSpaceInBytes.4 = INTEGER: 0 StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskBusType.1 = INTEGER: sas(8) StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskBusType.2 = INTEGER: sas(8) StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskBusType.3 = INTEGER: sas(8) StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskBusType.4 = INTEGER: sas(8) StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskSpareState.1 = INTEGER: notASpare(5) StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskSpareState.2 = INTEGER: notASpare(5) StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskSpareState.3 = INTEGER: notASpare(5) StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskSpareState.4 = INTEGER: notASpare(5) StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskRollUpStatus.1 = INTEGER: ok(3) StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskRollUpStatus.2 = INTEGER: ok(3) StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskRollUpStatus.3 = INTEGER: ok(3) StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskRollUpStatus.4 = INTEGER: ok(3) StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskComponentStatus.1 = INTEGER: ok(3) StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskComponentStatus.2 = INTEGER: ok(3) StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskComponentStatus.3 = INTEGER: ok(3) StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskComponentStatus.4 = INTEGER: ok(3) StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskNexusID.1 = STRING: "\\0\\0\\0\\0" StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskNexusID.2 = STRING: "\\0\\0\\0\\1" StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskNexusID.3 = STRING: "\\0\\0\\0\\2" StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskNexusID.4 = STRING: "\\0\\0\\0\\3" StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskPartNumber.1 = STRING: "SG0DR2381253172FLRL0A00 " StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskPartNumber.2 = STRING: "SG0DR2381253172FJYJSA00 " StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskPartNumber.3 = STRING: "SG0DR2381253172FLR0VA00 " StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskPartNumber.4 = STRING: "SG0DR2381253172FJH97A00 " StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskSASAddress.1 = STRING: "5000C50002380201" StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskSASAddress.2 = STRING: "5000C50002385B89" StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskSASAddress.3 = STRING: "5000C50002385AA9" StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskSASAddress.4 = STRING: "5000C500023841E1" StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskSmartAlertIndication.1 = INTEGER: no(1) StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskSmartAlertIndication.2 = INTEGER: no(1) StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskSmartAlertIndication.3 = INTEGER: no(1) StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskSmartAlertIndication.4 = INTEGER: no(1) StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskManufactureDay.1 = STRING: "07" StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskManufactureDay.2 = STRING: "07" StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskManufactureDay.3 = STRING: "07" StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskManufactureDay.4 = STRING: "07" StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskManufactureWeek.1 = STRING: "07" StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskManufactureWeek.2 = STRING: "07" StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskManufactureWeek.3 = STRING: "07" StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskManufactureWeek.4 = STRING: "07" StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskManufactureYear.1 = STRING: "2005" StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskManufactureYear.2 = STRING: "2005" StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskManufactureYear.3 = STRING: "2005" StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskManufactureYear.4 = STRING: "2005" StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskMediaType.1 = INTEGER: hdd(2) StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskMediaType.2 = INTEGER: hdd(2) StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskMediaType.3 = INTEGER: hdd(2) StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskMediaType.4 = INTEGER: hdd(2) StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskEntry.36.1 = INTEGER: 1 StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskEntry.36.2 = INTEGER: 1 StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskEntry.36.3 = INTEGER: 1 StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskEntry.36.4 = INTEGER: 1 StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskEntry.40.1 = INTEGER: 0 StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskEntry.40.2 = INTEGER: 0 StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskEntry.40.3 = INTEGER: 0 StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskEntry.40.4 = INTEGER: 0 StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskEntry.41.1 = INTEGER: 0 StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskEntry.41.2 = INTEGER: 0 StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskEntry.41.3 = INTEGER: 0 StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskEntry.41.4 = INTEGER: 0 StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskEnclosureConnectionNumber.1 = INTEGER: 1 StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskEnclosureConnectionNumber.2 = INTEGER: 2 StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskEnclosureConnectionNumber.3 = INTEGER: 3 StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskEnclosureConnectionNumber.4 = INTEGER: 4 StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskEnclosureConnectionArrayDiskName.1 = STRING: "Physical Disk 0:0:0" StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskEnclosureConnectionArrayDiskName.2 = STRING: "Physical Disk 0:0:1" StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskEnclosureConnectionArrayDiskName.3 = STRING: "Physical Disk 0:0:2" StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskEnclosureConnectionArrayDiskName.4 = STRING: "Physical Disk 0:0:3" StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskEnclosureConnectionArrayDiskNumber.1 = INTEGER: 1 StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskEnclosureConnectionArrayDiskNumber.2 = INTEGER: 2 StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskEnclosureConnectionArrayDiskNumber.3 = INTEGER: 3 StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskEnclosureConnectionArrayDiskNumber.4 = INTEGER: 4 StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskEnclosureConnectionEnclosureName.1 = STRING: "Backplane" StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskEnclosureConnectionEnclosureName.2 = STRING: "Backplane" StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskEnclosureConnectionEnclosureName.3 = STRING: "Backplane" StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskEnclosureConnectionEnclosureName.4 = STRING: "Backplane" StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskEnclosureConnectionEnclosureNumber.1 = INTEGER: 1 StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskEnclosureConnectionEnclosureNumber.2 = INTEGER: 1 StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskEnclosureConnectionEnclosureNumber.3 = INTEGER: 1 StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskEnclosureConnectionEnclosureNumber.4 = INTEGER: 1 StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskEnclosureConnectionControllerName.1 = STRING: "PERC 5/i Integrated" StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskEnclosureConnectionControllerName.2 = STRING: "PERC 5/i Integrated" StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskEnclosureConnectionControllerName.3 = STRING: "PERC 5/i Integrated" StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskEnclosureConnectionControllerName.4 = STRING: "PERC 5/i Integrated" StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskEnclosureConnectionControllerNumber.1 = INTEGER: 1 StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskEnclosureConnectionControllerNumber.2 = INTEGER: 1 StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskEnclosureConnectionControllerNumber.3 = INTEGER: 1 StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskEnclosureConnectionControllerNumber.4 = INTEGER: 1 StorageManagement-MIB::batteryNumber.1 = INTEGER: 1 StorageManagement-MIB::batteryName.1 = STRING: "Battery 0" StorageManagement-MIB::batteryVendor.1 = STRING: "DELL" StorageManagement-MIB::batteryState.1 = INTEGER: ready(1) StorageManagement-MIB::batteryRollUpStatus.1 = INTEGER: ok(3) StorageManagement-MIB::batteryComponentStatus.1 = INTEGER: ok(3) StorageManagement-MIB::batteryNexusID.1 = STRING: "\\0\\0" StorageManagement-MIB::batteryPredictedCapacity.1 = INTEGER: ready(2) StorageManagement-MIB::batteryNextLearnTime.1 = INTEGER: 21 StorageManagement-MIB::batteryLearnState.1 = INTEGER: idle(16) StorageManagement-MIB::batteryEntry.13.1 = INTEGER: 0 StorageManagement-MIB::batteryMaxLearnDelay.1 = INTEGER: 168 StorageManagement-MIB::batteryConnectionNumber.1 = INTEGER: 1 StorageManagement-MIB::batteryConnectionBatteryName.1 = STRING: "Battery 0" StorageManagement-MIB::batteryConnectionBatteryNumber.1 = INTEGER: 1 StorageManagement-MIB::batteryConnectionControllerName.1 = STRING: "PERC 5/i Integrated" StorageManagement-MIB::batteryConnectionControllerNumber.1 = INTEGER: 1 StorageManagement-MIB::virtualDiskNumber.1 = INTEGER: 1 StorageManagement-MIB::virtualDiskName.1 = STRING: "Virtual Disk 0" StorageManagement-MIB::virtualDiskDeviceName.1 = STRING: "/dev/sda" StorageManagement-MIB::virtualDiskState.1 = INTEGER: ready(1) StorageManagement-MIB::virtualDiskLengthInMB.1 = INTEGER: 278784 StorageManagement-MIB::virtualDiskLengthInBytes.1 = INTEGER: 0 StorageManagement-MIB::virtualDiskWritePolicy.1 = INTEGER: writeBack(3) StorageManagement-MIB::virtualDiskReadPolicy.1 = INTEGER: noReadAhead(5) StorageManagement-MIB::virtualDiskCachePolicy.1 = INTEGER: not-applicable(99) StorageManagement-MIB::virtualDiskLayout.1 = INTEGER: raid-10(10) StorageManagement-MIB::virtualDiskCurStripeSizeInMB.1 = INTEGER: 0 StorageManagement-MIB::virtualDiskCurStripeSizeInBytes.1 = INTEGER: 65536 StorageManagement-MIB::virtualDiskTargetID.1 = INTEGER: 0 StorageManagement-MIB::virtualDiskRollUpStatus.1 = INTEGER: ok(3) StorageManagement-MIB::virtualDiskComponentStatus.1 = INTEGER: ok(3) StorageManagement-MIB::virtualDiskNexusID.1 = STRING: "\\0\\0" StorageManagement-MIB::virtualDiskArrayDiskType.1 = INTEGER: sas(1) StorageManagement-MIB::virtualDiskEntry.23.1 = INTEGER: 2 StorageManagement-MIB::virtualDiskEntry.24.1 = INTEGER: 0 StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskLogicalConnectionNumber.1 = INTEGER: 1 StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskLogicalConnectionNumber.2 = INTEGER: 2 StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskLogicalConnectionNumber.3 = INTEGER: 3 StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskLogicalConnectionNumber.4 = INTEGER: 4 StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskLogicalConnectionArrayDiskName.1 = STRING: "Physical Disk 0:0:0" StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskLogicalConnectionArrayDiskName.2 = STRING: "Physical Disk 0:0:1" StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskLogicalConnectionArrayDiskName.3 = STRING: "Physical Disk 0:0:2" StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskLogicalConnectionArrayDiskName.4 = STRING: "Physical Disk 0:0:3" StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskLogicalConnectionArrayDiskNumber.1 = INTEGER: 1 StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskLogicalConnectionArrayDiskNumber.2 = INTEGER: 2 StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskLogicalConnectionArrayDiskNumber.3 = INTEGER: 3 StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskLogicalConnectionArrayDiskNumber.4 = INTEGER: 4 StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskLogicalConnectionVirtualDiskName.1 = STRING: "Virtual Disk 0" StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskLogicalConnectionVirtualDiskName.2 = STRING: "Virtual Disk 0" StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskLogicalConnectionVirtualDiskName.3 = STRING: "Virtual Disk 0" StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskLogicalConnectionVirtualDiskName.4 = STRING: "Virtual Disk 0" StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskLogicalConnectionVirtualDiskNumber.1 = INTEGER: 1 StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskLogicalConnectionVirtualDiskNumber.2 = INTEGER: 1 StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskLogicalConnectionVirtualDiskNumber.3 = INTEGER: 1 StorageManagement-MIB::arrayDiskLogicalConnectionVirtualDiskNumber.4 = INTEGER: 1

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  • smallest perimiter rectangle with given integer area and integer sides

    - by remuladgryta
    Given an integer area A, how can one find integer sides w and h of a rectangle such that w*h = A and w+h is as small as possible? I'd rather the algorithm be simple than efficient (although within reasonable efficiency). What would be the best way to accomplish this? Finding out the prime factors of A, then combining them in some way that tries to balance w and h? Finding the two squares with integer sides with areas closest to A and then somehow interpolating between them? Any other method i'm not thinking of?

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  • Bit reversal of an integer, ignoring integer size and endianness

    - by ??O?????
    Given an integer typedef: typedef unsigned int TYPE; or typedef unsigned long TYPE; I have the following code to reverse the bits of an integer: TYPE max_bit= (TYPE)-1; void reverse_int_setup() { TYPE bits= (TYPE)max_bit; while (bits <<= 1) max_bit= bits; } TYPE reverse_int(TYPE arg) { TYPE bit_setter= 1, bit_tester= max_bit, result= 0; for (result= 0; bit_tester; bit_tester>>= 1, bit_setter<<= 1) if (arg & bit_tester) result|= bit_setter; return result; } One just needs first to run reverse_int_setup(), which stores an integer with the highest bit turned on, then any call to reverse_int(arg) returns arg with its bits reversed (to be used as a key to a binary tree, taken from an increasing counter, but that's more or less irrelevant). Is there a platform-agnostic way to have in compile-time the correct value for max_int after the call to reverse_int_setup(); Otherwise, is there an algorithm you consider better/leaner than the one I have for reverse_int()? Thanks.

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  • Checking for underflow/overflow in C++?

    - by Legend
    Is there a general way to check for an overflow or an underflow of a given data type (uint32, int etc.)? I am doing something like this: uint32 a,b,c; ... //initialize a,b,c if(b < c) { a -= (c - b) } When I print a after some iterations, it displays a large number like: 4294963846.

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  • Java Integer: what is faster comparison or subtraction?

    - by Vladimir
    I've found that java.lang.Integer implementation of compareTo method looks as follows: public int compareTo(Integer anotherInteger) { int thisVal = this.value; int anotherVal = anotherInteger.value; return (thisVal<anotherVal ? -1 : (thisVal==anotherVal ? 0 : 1)); } The question is why use comparison instead of subtraction: return thisVal - anotherVal;

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  • Best way to handle Integer overflow in C#?

    - by byte
    Handling integer overflow is a common task, but what's the best way to handle it in C#? Is there some syntactic sugar to make it simpler than with other languages? Or is this really the best way? int x = foo(); int test = x * common; if(test / common != x) Console.WriteLine("oh noes!"); else Console.WriteLine("safe!");

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  • Question about C behaviour for unsigned integer underflow

    - by nn
    I have read in many places that integer overflow is well-defined in C unlike the signed counterpart. Is underflow the same? For example: unsigned int x = -1; // Does x == UINT_MAX? Thanks. I can't recall where, but i read somewhere that arithmetic on unsigned integral types is modular, so if that were the case then -1 == UINT_MAX mod (UINT_MAX+1).

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  • How to get real Integer Overflows in Matlab/Octave

    - by marvin2k
    Hi there. I'm working on a verification-tool for some VHDL-Code in Matlab/Octave. Therefore I need datatypes which generate "real" overflows: intmax('int32') + 1 ans = -2147483648 Lateron, it would be helpfull if i can define the bitwidth of a variable... But that is not so important... When I build a C-like example, where a variable gets increased until it's smaller than zero, it spins forever and ever... test = int32(2^30); while (test > 0) test = test + int32(1); end Another approach i tried was a custom "overflow"-routine which was called everytime after a number is changed. This approach was painfully slow, not practicable and not working in all cases at all...

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  • Buffer Overflow (vs) Buffer OverRun (vs) Stack Overflow [closed]

    - by joe
    Possible Duplicate: What is the difference between a stack overflow and buffer overflow ? What is the difference between Buffer Overflow and Buffer Overrun? What is the difference between Buffer Overrun and Stack Overflow? Please include code examples. I have looked at the terms in Wikipedia, but I am unable to match with programming in C or C++ or Java.

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  • CSS overflow: hidden; does not work

    - by kapil.israni
    Hi - I am having issues with overflow: hidden not working in my case. I have a div id=ticker which basically works like a scrolling ticker. something like this - http://www.tinymassive.com/ (whats happening section). So i am prepending dynamic content to div id=ticker The div id=ticker is contained in another div which is contained in another div, basically think of it like 4-5 level tree like structure body - div[id=wrapper] - div[class=main] - div[class=content] - div[class=frame] - div[class=bg] - div[class=primary-content] - div[id=ticker] Heres the css... #wrapper { width: 942px; margin: 0 auto; position:relative; overflow:hidden; } .main{ width:942px; margin:163px 0 0; overflow:hidden; } .content{ background:url(../images/content-bg.gif) repeat-y; overflow:hidden; width:662px; float:left; } .frame{ background:url(../images/frame-bg.gif) no-repeat 0 0; width:662px; } .bg{ background:url(../images/bg-bg.gif) no-repeat 0 100%; width:662px; overflow:hidden; } .primary-content{ padding: 12px 20px 40px 22px; width:620px; overflow:hidden; } #ticker { overflow: hidden; } Also if it helps - the ticker div contains a list of div[class=breadcrumps], which i am trying to scroll .breadcrumbs{ border-bottom:1px solid #ebebeb; padding:6px 0 6px 0; overflow:hidden; clear:both; } What i see is - when i prepend breadcrumps div to ticker, the page/ticker list keeps getting bigger :( Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.

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  • A lot of TCP: time wait bucket table overflow in CentOS 6

    - by divaka
    we have the following output from dmesg: __ratelimit: 33491 callbacks suppressed TCP: time wait bucket table overflow TCP: time wait bucket table overflow TCP: time wait bucket table overflow TCP: time wait bucket table overflow TCP: time wait bucket table overflow TCP: time wait bucket table overflow TCP: time wait bucket table overflow TCP: time wait bucket table overflow TCP: time wait bucket table overflow TCP: time wait bucket table overflow Also we have the following setting: cat /proc/sys/net/ipv4/tcp_max_tw_buckets 524288 We are under some kind of attack, but we could not detect what cause this problem?

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  • Compare new Integer Objects in ArrayList Question

    - by thechiman
    I am storing Integer objects representing an index of objects I want to track. Later in my code I want to check to see if a particular object's index corresponds to one of those Integers I stored earlier. I am doing this by creating an ArrayList and creating a new Integer from the index of a for loop: ArrayList<Integer> courseselectItems = new ArrayList(); //Find the course elements that are within a courseselect element and add their indicies to the ArrayList for(int i=0; i<numberElementsInNodeList; i++) { if (nodeList.item(i).getParentNode().getNodeName().equals("courseselect")) { courseselectItems.add(new Integer(i)); } } I then want to check later if the ArrayList contains a particular index: //Cycle through the namedNodeMap array to find each of the course codes for(int i=0; i<numberElementsInNodeList; i++) { if(!courseselectItems.contains(new Integer(i))) { //Do Stuff } } My question is, when I create a new Integer by using new Integer(i) will I be able to compare integers using ArrayList.contains()? That is to say, when I create a new object using new Integer(i), will that be the same as the previously created Integer object if the int value used to create them are the same? I hope I didn't make this too unclear. Thanks for the help!

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  • How does the last integer promotion rule ever get applied in C?

    - by SiegeX
    6.3.1.8p1: Otherwise, the integer promotions are performed on both operands. Then the following rules are applied to the promoted operands: If both operands have the same type, then no further conversion is needed. Otherwise, if both operands have signed integer types or both have unsigned integer types, the operand with the type of lesser integer conversion rank is converted to the type of the operand with greater rank. Otherwise, if the operand that has unsigned integer type has rank greater or equal to the rank of the type of the other operand, then the operand with signed integer type is converted to the type of the operand with unsigned integer type. Otherwise, if the type of the operand with signed integer type can represent all of the values of the type of the operand with unsigned integer type, then the operand with unsigned integer type is converted to the type of the operand with signed integer type. Otherwise, both operands are converted to the unsigned integer type corresponding to the type of the operand with signed integer type. For the bolded rule to be applied it would seem to imply you need to have have an unsigned interger type who's rank is less than the signed integer type and the signed integer type cannot hold all the values of the unsigned integer type. Is there a real world example of such a case or is this statement serving as a catch-all to cover all possible permutations?

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  • Best way to detect integer overflow in C/C++

    - by Chris Johnson
    I was writing a program in C++ to find all solutions of a^b = c (a to the power of b), where a, b and c together use all the digits 0-9 exactly once. The program looped over values of a and b, and ran a digit-counting routine each time on a, b and a^b to check if the digits condition was satisfied. However, spurious solutions can be generated when a^b overflows the integer limit. I ended up checking for this using code like: unsigned long b, c, c_test; ... c_test=c*b; // Possible overflow if (c_test/b != c) {/* There has been an overflow*/} else c=c_test; // No overflow Is there a better way of testing for overflow? I know that some chips have an internal flag that is set when overflow occurs, but I've never seen it accessed through C or C++.

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  • How to check if a integer is sum of given integers?

    - by p3trix
    Lets say I have a integer result and an array of integers, lets say [a,b,c] (not a fixed length). I need to detect if result=a*i +b*j + c*k, with i,j,k=0. I prefer a solution in C/C# if it is possible. PS The problem is from a reservation system, a trip can be sold if its durations is a combination of given durations. Thanks!

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  • How do I get real integer overflows in MATLAB/Octave?

    - by marvin2k
    I'm working on a verification-tool for some VHDL-Code in MATLAB/Octave. Therefore I need data types which generate "real" overflows: intmax('int32') + 1 ans = -2147483648 Later on, it would be helpful if I can define the bit width of a variable, but that is not so important right now. When I build a C-like example, where a variable gets increased until it's smaller than zero, it spins forever and ever: test = int32(2^30); while (test > 0) test = test + int32(1); end Another approach I tried was a custom "overflow"-routine which was called every time after a number is changed. This approach was painfully slow, not practicable and not working in all cases at all. Any suggestions?

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  • Getting rid of scroll bar for position: absolute inside of position:relative inside of overflow:auto

    - by Marcos
    Hey guys, my first question here on stack overflow. Trying to get something pretty simple to work, I'm sure I'm missing something quite obvious. Still getting used to the "standard" css, too many years working with non-functional ones! Heh. So, sample of what I'm doing: <div style="overflow: auto; border: 1px solid"> hello <div style="position: relative; z-index: 99999; top: 0px; left: 0px;"> <div style="z-index: 99999; overflow-y: hidden; position: absolute; overflow: hidden; height: 200px; left: 0; auto: 0"> <ul> <li >New</li> <li >Old</li> </ul> </div> </div> </div> In essence: The first div is a container, that I would like to automatically overflow as content is added. Inside of that container, I have a popup menu, which I have simplified here. The popup menu appears (as it should) directly under "hello". My problem, however, is that instead of the popup menu "coming out" of the parent, as would be expected by the absolute position, it is actually causing a scrollbar to appear on the parent. I know that if I take otu the "position: relative" it works, but then it no longer appars where I want it (directly under the previous element). What am I missing here? EDIT: Sample here: http://marcos.metx.net/OverflowTest.htm

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  • performing simple buffer overflow on Mac os 10.6

    - by REALFREE
    I'm trying to learn about stack base overflow and write a simple code to exploit stack. But somehow it doesn't work at all but showing only Abort trap on my machine (mac os leopard) I guess Mac os treats overflow differently, it won't allow me to overwrite memory through c code. for example, strcpy(buffer, input) // lets say char buffer[6] but input is 7 bytes on Linux machine, this code successfully overwrite next stack, but prevented on mac os (Abort trap) Anyone know how to perform a simple stack-base overflow on mac machine?

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  • performing simple stack overflow on Mac os 10.6

    - by REALFREE
    I'm trying to learn about stack base overflow and write a simple code to exploit stack. But somehow it doesn't work at all but showing only Abort trap on my machine (mac os leopard) I guess Mac os treats overflow differently, it won't allow me to overwrite memory through c code. for example, strcpy(buffer, input) // lets say char buffer[6] but input is 7 bytes on Linux machine, this code successfully overwrite next stack, but prevented on mac os (Abort trap) Anyone know how to perform a simple stack-base overflow on mac machine?

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  • Vertical-centering and overflow Excel-style in CSS?

    - by Eric Grange
    Is there a way to perform a vertical centering of a variable-sized multi-line content within a fixed-size div, with hidden overflow? The aim would be to reproduce what you can see in Excel cells: when the content fits the container, it should be vertically centered, when it is larger, the parts that overflow should be hidden (and the content still vertically aligned), like in an Excel cell whose neighbours aren't empty. I know how to vertically center using CSS, I know how to hide overflow when the content isn't vertically centered, but I've no idea how to do both at the same time... Is Javascript the only answer? The trick is that CSS positioning approaches don't work with variable-sized content (my content is dynamic text), and when you use display:table-cell, it effectively disables CSS overflow control (and the container grows to accomodate the content).

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  • Is this possible? Overflow-y:visible with overflow-x:scroll/auto

    - by Kostrzak
    We have a problem in our team which we cannot solve :/ We made our own Grid control. When you click on the icon next to column name, the pop-up div (call it divFilter) appears and you can set filtering there. There can be dynamically generated div for each column so we can have f.e 5 divFilters in 5 different places. It works, but the only problem is that when there is for example 1-2 records on the Grid, the pop-up div will be displayed under horizontal scroll of div. We've tried with z-index but it looks like that won't work. We can set overflow:visible but we also need that horizontal scroll(our grids have up to 50 columns). We thought that we can solve it buy setting overflow-y visible and overflow-x:scroll but according to our tests and that page: http://www.brunildo.org/test/Overflowxy2.html it isn't possible(for IE7,IE8). I've also found this similar question CSS overflow-y:visible, overflow-x:scroll ,but our pop-up div must be position:absolute, because we need to position them under columns. Any ideas or workaround to it? Is it even possible to set it only with CSS without using Javascript(for dynamically changing gridview hight etc.). Thanks!!

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  • Stack overflow in xp cmd console

    - by Dave
    I am using an older program whose source code I cannot see. I am using the cmd.exe console in windows xp. The program ran with no problems on an xp machine last year, while a stack overflow code 2000 error was observed on a different xp machine (easy fix - use the machine that works). I tried running the program on the previously working machine lately, and now am getting the same error. No changes to the os were made and I did not change the service pack version. Any ideas on how to get around this stack overflow error so I can use the program? Dosbox will at least open the program, however it does not run to completion. Thanks!

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