1. 08 Feb, 2019 2 commits
    • Leigh Stoller's avatar
      749a51b9
    • Leigh Stoller's avatar
      Fix to Jacks constraint stuff: · 3c5e82d6
      Leigh Stoller authored
      Problem: A user with a reservation at one cluster, was trying to start
      an experiment at a different cluster. But after selecting the other
      cluster and clicking next, that selection was being reset to the cluster
      with the reservation, as part of our overly helpful cluster picker code,
      which is fired off in a callback from Jacks.
      
      Question: Why is that happening when clicking next, to go from the
      Finalize step to the Schedule step, thus silently resetting the user's
      choice.
      
      Reason: There is a call to SwitchJacks("small") to make sure that the
      small version of the topo was visible, in case the user goes back to the
      finalize step. Not sure why ... but in any event, every call to
      SwitchJacks(large|small) results in Jacks firing that callback, and
      resetting the user's cluster choice.
      
      Solution: Null out the callback when calling SwitchJacks().
      
      There is probably a better solution to this, perhaps as part of a code
      reorg on the entire instantiate page, which has grown many appendages
      over time.
      3c5e82d6
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  5. 31 Jan, 2019 1 commit
    • David Johnson's avatar
      Make Linux ipod module use multi-hook functions instead of single-hook wrappers. · 6d85b54d
      David Johnson authored
      Kernels built with a bare CONFIG_NETFILTER and the (relatively) new
      CONFIG_TRIM_UNUSED_KSYMS (like our initramfses) have a high probability
      of the nf_(un)register_net_hook functions being elided by the unused,
      exported symbol trim pass.
      
      So, move to using the base, non-wrapper functions (which can accept
      multiple hooks) instead, since those aren't going to be elided.
      6d85b54d
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