The intel i40e driver has some extra features and optimisations, in theory. We have been using the intel driver for a long time with x710 NICs. I changed one of our servers to the in-kernel driver a few minutes ago - it seems fairly happy, but I get some errors at startup - with both the...
After upgrading to Proxmox 8.0, I tried to build the latest intel i40e driver, but I get an error.
I'm guessing kernel 6.2 is a bit too new for the intel drivers.
i40e driver: 2.22.20
i40e_ptp.c: In function ‘i40e_ptp_create_clock’...
Hi, is the regex logic in Perl?
Perl seems to support this with /s
Maybe this should be the default behaviour for match-field setting.
ps. the UI can also make it more obvious if AND or OR logic is being used.
Hi, when testing with Gmail and mutt, it also works for me.
When using Apple mail, which sends To in multiple lines, it does not match. Asked a friend to test from Windows (not sure which mail client) also did not match.
Hi. Does that screenshot help?
Fairly easy to reproduce, just send a mail with two addresses in the To field using Apple / macOS mail app.
To create the above I saved the mail to a file with mutt, and then did a: 'cat -A filename'
Trying to use a What Object with Match Field regex. I believe some mail clients sent the To field in more than one line.
It seems Perl has a /s modifier which lets lets . match newline - but I can't seem to use /s in the pmg config interface (Test String fails).
Do you have advice for...
I imagine some VPS hosting companies have ways to sell more memory than their servers actually have. How do they do this? Any advice for making the most of your server memory?
A few ideas so far:
* Use containers rather than VMs - pretty obvious
* Make sure KSM (Kernel Samepage Merging) is...