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  5. 09 Apr, 2003 1 commit
    • Mac Newbold's avatar
      Add new script to notify users when they are over their quota. Runs from · 38310b4e
      Mac Newbold authored
      cron daily, on the fs node (ops) as root. Uses lots of configure variables
      so that it does the right thing in any installation, without any
      customization.
      
      One possible caveat regarding quotas: If FS_NODE != USERNODE, they don't
      have a login on the fs machine. So checking their quota won't work unless
      the rpc.rquotad(8) daemon is running on FS_NODE, which we currently don't
      do.
      
      In order to do this right, I had to add a new configure var,
      FS_WITH_QUOTAS, that has a space separated list of file systems that have
      quotas enabled. (Ie the default is 'FS_WITH_QUOTAS="/q /users"'.) It
      doesn't have any default, since I couldn't come up with a reasonable one.
      All the defs files have been updated appropriately to define this new
      variable.
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  6. 02 Apr, 2003 1 commit
    • Mac Newbold's avatar
      Massive reworking of our structure for defs files. · 09eb5852
      Mac Newbold authored
      Before:
      The main defs file (ie for configure) had an entry for WWWDEFS that
      pointed to a <@WWWDEFS@>-defs.php3 file in the www/ directory. The www
      defs file loaded some values about web pages, URLs, and some web
      configuration parameters.
      
      Problem:
      Anything that was only in the www defs file was not accessible in the rest
      of the universe (ie perl, C, and any other non-web-page scripts). For
      instance, you couldn't have a perl script send an email to a user with a
      link to the web site.
      
      Solution:
      Nuke all the www-defs files, move any important values into the main
      configure, and change the web defs infrastructure to respect that. This
      also meant adding about 3 lines each to all of the configure defs files.
      (There really are about 10 new values you can change in your defs file,
      but in almost all cases, the default values are the right thing.)
      
      Upgrading:
      External sites will need to move a few variables from their www-defs file
      into their configure defs file. The example file should make it pretty
      obvious. They may also want to customize some of the other vars that are
      mentioned in configure.in and www/defs.php3.in .
      09eb5852
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  11. 18 Jan, 2002 1 commit
    • Leigh Stoller's avatar
      Add config.h.in and the required goop to configure.in to ensure that · e5165ca5
      Leigh Stoller authored
      it is converted into a proper config.h file in the object directory.
      Look for AC_DEFINE_UNQUOTED in configure.in. This removes some of the
      headache of defining variables for C code in the makefiles. Be sure
      sure to add -I.. to CFLAGS and include "config.h" in your source code.
      e5165ca5
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