Re: Ignoring password history when previous expires/setting expiration time time time
Joseph Huber <joseph.huber@NOSPAM.web.de> wrote on 06/08/2007 05:45:46 AM:
> Marcin 'Rambo' Roguski wrote:
> > As most of you know, I have a Jensen system now happily running
> > 7.3-1. And you probably remember that I have dead clock and
> > set date with NTP.
> I would request booting with requesting the time at the console, so at
> least a roughly correct date/time is there from beginning.
> Set the TIMEPROMPTWAIT system parameter to the appropriate value > 0.
> (Use HELp SYS_PARAM TIMEPROMPTWAIT in SYSGEN).
> > Sometimes...Track time / Hold time
In order to calculate the maximum sample rates of my DAQ cards (6220,
6259) I would to have know the "Hold time" and the "Track time" of the
MaxSampleRate = 1/ [HoldTime + (Nc-1)*SettleTime + TrackTime] where Nc
is the number channels being sampled
Can you tell me where I can find these characteristics ? (They are not
in the user manual)
Thank you in advance for your help.
I notice from your formula that you may be under the impression that DAQ boards have "sample & hold" circuitry on each in...Which terms include the setup time and hold time in Xilinx ISE timing analysis?
As I understand it, ISE Timing Analyzer does setup time analysis for
PERIOD, OFFSET IN and OFFSET OUT constraints as follows:
slack = (requirement - (data path - clock path skew + uncertainty))
slack = (requirement - (data path - clock path - clock arrival +
slack = (requirement - (clock arrival + clock path + data path +
Q1: My impression is that "setup time" is included in the "data
Is this correct? If yes, where is this documented?
Q2: Which term includes "hold time" in the analysi...cookie expire time and time zones
I have asked this question in alt.php as the time() function as used in
camp - bit confused about that. Anyway, can anyone here put me straight on
I had a look at the time() function came across this:
"To clarify, it seems this function returns the time of the computer's clock
and does not do any timezone adjustments to return GMT, so you are given the
local time. The description says that it's supposed to return the number of
seconds from 1970 12am GMT, when the seconds are actually counte...key holding time / key release time
We're looking for a way to determine when a certain key has been
released (or in other words : what the holding time of that key was).
We already know how to time when it is pressed, but not when it is
released. Is it possible to do this in Matlab ?
Thanks in advance,
Davy and Julien
"Davy Caelen" <Davy.Caelen@student.kuleuven.ac.be> wrote in message <firstname.lastname@example.orgYaTP>...
> Hi all,
> We're looking for a way to determine when a certain key has been
> released (or in other words : what the holding time of that key was).
>...server time vs browser time on cookie expirations
I want to set a cookie and have it expire an hour after it's set. It's
looking like this is only possible for browsers which are in the same time
zone as my server??
In other words, if I set my cookie with:
setcookie('CookieName', $SomeValue, time()+3600, "/");
the cookie should expire 1 hr later. But time() returns the time as it is at
the location of the server. If whoever loads my page is 3 timezones east of
where my server is, the time that I set is already expired as far as that
browser is concerned!
Is this correct or am I completely nuts?
If it is ...time.clock() or time.time()
What's the difference between time.clock() and time.time()
(and please don't say clock() is the CPU clock and time() is the actual
time because that doesn't help me at all :)
I'm trying to benchmark some function calls for Zope project and when I
use t0=time.clock(); foo(); print time.clock()-t0
I get much smaller values than when I use time.clock() (most of them
0.0 but some 0.01)
When I use time.time() I get values like 0.0133562088013,
To me it looks like time.time() gives a better measure (at least from a
statistical practical point of view).
peterb...time.time or time.clock
I'm having some cross platform issues with timing loops. It seems
time.time is better for some computers/platforms and time.clock others, but
it's not always clear which, so I came up with the following to try to
# Determine if time.time is better than time.clock
# The one with better resolution should be lower.
if time.clock() - time.clock() < time.time() - time.time():
clock = time.clock
clock = time.time
Will this work most of the time, or is there something better?
On Jan 14, 7:05 am, Ron Ad...setup vs. clock-to-output time vs. hold time
I am new to VHDL and FPGA design.
I want to make a synchronous design.
What is the condition for a synchronous design to work
with regard to the setup and clock-to-output and hold time of
Does the setup time have to be smaller than the clock-to-output
What about the hold time in respect to setup and clock-to-output?
Thanks to you.
Set up time is the amount of time before the clock edge that the
input signal needs to be stable to guarantee it is accepted properly
on the clock edge. Hold time is the amount of time after the clock
edge that same i...Ignoring password history when previous expires/setting expiration time
As most of you know, I have a Jensen system now happily running
7.3-1. And you probably remember that I have dead clock and
set date with NTP.
Sometimes it happens that NTP doesn't catch on (either by
servers being down, or my Jensen loosing network connection.
Of course that causes machine to believe it's booting a few
thousand days ahead of its last shutdown and all the
a) how to set password expiration to no time?
b) how to "restore" passwords that have already had to be
changed regardless of them being in password history?
am I doing this wrong:
print (time.time() / 60) / 60 #time.time has been running for many hours
if time.time() was (21600/60) then that would equal 360/60 which would
be 6, but I'm not getting 6 so I'm not doing the division right, any tips?
On Sat, 24 Jan 2004 13:01:40 -0500, Bart Nessux <email@example.com>
>am I doing this wrong:
>print (time.time() / 60) / 60 #time.time has been running for many hours
>if time.time() was (21600/60) then that would equal 360/60 which would
>be 6, but I'm not getting 6 so I'm not doing the divisi...Hold on or hold all
ok, but if you insert a "for"-loop, only the 2 last curves are shown in this case .
in your loop, the index 'i' is not playing any role and so everytime
only two plots are plotted. Just modify your code and then see,
...Is time.time() < time.time() always true?
So, I was blazin' some mad chronix, as they say, and got on to thinking
The question was, is the statement:
time.time() < time.time()
always true? Seems it should be false, since the statement itself
occurs at one time instant.. but of course we know that python doesn't
execute code that way.. So my question is, why doesn't Python work this
(PS, I wasn't smoking anything, its a figure of speech :) )
On 21 Nov 2006 15:10:25 -0800, flamesrock <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> So, I was blazin' some mad chronix, as they say, and got on to th...RE: Is time.time() < time.time() always true?
Chris Mellon wrote:
> On 21 Nov 2006 15:10:25 -0800, flamesrock <email@example.com>
>> So, I was blazin' some mad chronix, as they say, and got on to
>> thinking about Python.=20
>> The question was, is the statement:
>> time.time() < time.time()
>> always true? Seems it should be false, since the statement itself
>> occurs at one time instant.. but of course we know that python
>> doesn't execute code that way.. So my question is, why doesn't
>> Python work this way?=...time in milliseconds by calling time.time()
I am trying to measure some system response time by using the time.time
() or time.clock() in my script. However, the numbers I get are in
10s of milliseconds.
1248481670.34 #from time.time()
0.08 #from time.clock()
That won't work for me, since the response time may be only a few
My environment is Solaris 10 with Python 2.4.4 (#7, Feb 9 2007,
SunOS 5.10 Generic_137112-07 i86pc i386 i86pc
The tricky thing is, if I run the python interpreter and import the
time module, I can get a time floating number in better precision by
cal...Cookie expiration time
Hi All !
I'm using httplib2 library in my python script for interactions with
remote web-server. Remote server responses me cookies with the set
expiration time. I'd like to extend this time. Does anybody know how
can I do it using this library ?
...negative hold time
What is negative hold time and what does it specify physically?
Thanks in advance
On 10 Feb 2004 01:32:42 -0800, firstname.lastname@example.org (prav) wrote:
>What is negative hold time and what does it specify physically?
Hold is, as you might know, how long data needs to be stable after the
edge of the clock. There is nothing tricky about a negative hold value
which suggests electrons going back in time. It just means that
internally to the flop, the data has much more delay to the sampler
than the clock. If you think about how you fix a hold violation, it
becomes clearer: you a...Hold Time Requirement
I read from the following from Wikipedia.
When connecting flip-flops in a chain, it is important to ensure that
the tCO of the first flip-flop is longer than the hold time (tH) of
the second flip-flop, otherwise the second flip-flop will not receive
the data reliably.
Could someone help to explain why tCO > tH will ensure the second flip-
> Hello, There
> I read from the following from Wikipedia.
> When connecting fli...Password Expiration notifications
I am using MIT Krb5 1.4.3, and am looking to send an email
notification to my users 14 days before their passwords expire. I have
cobbled together a Proof-of-Concept using kadmin -q "getprinc -terse" to
scrape the password expiration date from each principal. The PoC works,
but seems "inefficient", requiring a getprinc to the KDC for each princ
returned by listprincs. Is there a better way? Is there a way to query
the KDC for a list of users whose password is about to expire? Or at
least, is there a kadm5_get_principals call that will return an array of
p...Time Machine notification
I have some remote offices and I need some sort of verification that
Time Machine backups are happening. How can I get a report
automatically emailed to me to verify that the backup occurred?
...OFFSET In and hold time
I have a question about the OFFSET In constraint.
To my mind, OFFSET In is the same thing that the set-up time.
But what about the hold time ?
If I want to have a bigger hold time, I need to decrease my OFFSET In
Or the only thing I can do is playing with the clock skew or data path
On Feb 4, 4:50 am, LilacSkin <lpaul...@iseb.fr> wrote:
> I have a question about the OFFSET In constraint.
> To my mind, OFFSET In is the same thing that the set-up time.
> But what about the hold time ?
> If I want to have a bigger...Setup and Hold Times
I have some VHDL code, which has multiple inputs and outputs. I'm working
to a specification which specifies, among other things, a setup time and a
hold time. How can I find out the setup and hold times of the VHDL input
and outputs? The software I use is Xilinx ISE 4.2i.
Thanks in advance,
> Hey Everyone,
> I have some VHDL code, which has multiple inputs and outputs. I'm working
> to a specification which specifies, among other things, a setup time and a
> hold time. How can I find out the setup and hold times of the VHDL input
>...password about to expire notification
Is there a way to query SSH periodically in order to obtain a list of
users whose password is about to expire in x number of days?
> Is there a way to query SSH periodically in order to obtain a list of
> users whose password is about to expire in x number of days?
This is much more a function of the operating system of the machines
involved and the authentication means used than it is of ssh.
On 2007-09-13, email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Is there a way ...Alert notification time
Am I expected to receive alert (configured via email notification) as
soon as it is triggered?
I have received alert of 'spilled sort' at a time where nothing is
The platform is DB2 V8.2 ESE running on AIX 5.3