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  • OSX telnet not working from localhost

    - by Stewie
    Telnet from my mac OSx doesn't work while it works from the AWS instances and other networks. I have no local firewalls. Nothing related in /var/log/system In the below transcript, the telnet hangs at "Trying 74.125.136.26..." I have tried many different addresses across multiple domains.. same result ! Rocky-Balboas-MacBook-Pro:~ rocky$ Rocky-Balboas-MacBook-Pro:~ rocky$ dig gmail.com MX +short 30 alt3.gmail-smtp-in.l.google.com. 40 alt4.gmail-smtp-in.l.google.com. 10 alt1.gmail-smtp-in.l.google.com. 20 alt2.gmail-smtp-in.l.google.com. 5 gmail-smtp-in.l.google.com. Rocky-Balboas-MacBook-Pro:~ rocky$ telnet alt2.gmail-smtp-in.l.google.com 25 Trying 74.125.136.26... ^C Rocky-Balboas-MacBook-Pro:~ rocky$ telnet localhost 80 Trying 127.0.0.1... Connected to localhost. Escape character is '^]'. ^C Connection closed by foreign host. Rocky-Balboas-MacBook-Pro:~ rocky$ edit: let the telnet command run and here are the results telnet: connect to address 74.125.136.27: Operation timed out Trying 2a00:1450:4013:c01::1a... telnet: connect to address 2a00:1450:4013:c01::1a: No route to host telnet: Unable to connect to remote host

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  • Strange rsync behaviour

    - by Stewie
    So, I start with comparing two directories: [[email protected] ]# rsync -av test1/ test2/ building file list ... done sent 128 bytes received 20 bytes 296.00 bytes/sec total size is 6 speedup is 0.04 They both are in sync Now, let me create a file in test1 and copy it to test2 [[email protected] ]# touch test1/hello4.php [[email protected] ]# scp test1/hello4.php test2/hello4.php I verify that those are same: [[email protected] test2]# md5sum test1/hello4.php d41d8cd98f00b204e9800998ecf8427e hello4.php [[email protected] test1]# md5sum test2/hello4.php d41d8cd98f00b204e9800998ecf8427e hello4.php Thus, running rsync will show me 0 files. Why is the output not right ? [[email protected] ]# rsync -avn test1/ test2/ building file list ... done hello4.php sent 116 bytes received 24 bytes 280.00 bytes/sec total size is 6 speedup is 0.04

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  • PHP: How to find connections between users so I can create a closed friend circle?

    - by CuSS
    Hi all, First of all, I'm not trying to create a social network, facebook is big enough! (comic) I've chosen this question as example because it fits exactly on what I'm trying to do. Imagine that I have in MySQL a users table and a user_connections table with 'friend requests'. If so, it would be something like this: Users Table: userid username 1 John 2 Amalia 3 Stewie 4 Stuart 5 Ron 6 Harry 7 Joseph 8 Tiago 9 Anselmo 10 Maria User Connections Table: userid_request userid_accepted 2 3 7 2 3 4 7 8 5 6 4 5 8 9 4 7 9 10 6 1 10 7 1 2 Now I want to find circles between friends and create a structure array and put that circle on the database (none of the arrays can include the same friends that another has already). Return Example: // First Circle of Friends Circleid => 1 CircleStructure => Array( 1 => 2, 2 => 3, 3 => 4, 4 => 5, 5 => 6, 6 => 1, ) // Second Circle of Friends Circleid => 2 CircleStructure => Array( 7 => 8, 8 => 9, 9 => 10, 10 => 7, ) I'm trying to think of an algorithm to do that, but I think it will take a lot of processing time because it would randomly search the database until it 'closes' a circle. PS: The minimum structure length of a circle is 3 connections and the limit is 100 (so the daemon doesn't search the entire database) EDIT: I've think on something like this: function browse_user($userget='random',$users_history=array()){ $user = user::get($userget); $users_history[] = $user['userid']; $connections = user::connection::getByUser($user['userid']); foreach($connections as $connection){ $userid = ($connection['userid_request']!=$user['userid']) ? $connection['userid_request'] : $connection['userid_accepted']; // Start the circle array if(in_array($userid,$users_history)) return array($user['userid'] => $userid); $res = browse_user($userid, $users_history); if($res!==false){ // Continue the circle array return $res + array($user['userid'] => $userid); } } return false; } while(true){ $res = browse_user(); // Yuppy, friend circle found! if($res!==false){ user::circle::create($res); } // Start from scratch again! } The problem with this function is that it could search the entire database without finding the biggest circle, or the best match.

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