For future-Howard (and team), how to fix the error from SVN “your .svn/tmp directory may be missing or corrupt”.
for /R /D %i in (.svn) do if exist "%i" mkdir "%i/tmp"
Open CMD, cd to the SVN directory then run the above command. It will place a new tmp directory inside each .svn directory.
After you run the command, an svn cleanup should succeed.
Another post for future Howard, which may be useful to other people with a very specific set of circumstances. Namely: you’re running Snow Leopard on a Gigabyte P35-DS4 with a GeForce 8800 GTX 768MB in the first PCIE slot, and a GeForce 8800 GTS 320MB in the second.
I always forget this in between using it, so for the benefit of future Howard, here’s how to fix orphaned users resulting from restoring a SQL database to a different machine.
The Windows Server Performance team show how to increase network throughput to guest VMs on Hyper-V. Linking here for Future-Howard, who will certainly need it again.
Windows Server Performance Team Blog : Increase VMBus buffer sizes to increase network throughput to guest VMs.
Some time ago I posted at length about Sony’s decision to disable the Virtualization Technology features of the Intel chips in their high-end laptops, namely my Vaio Z11.
Well thanks to the sterling efforts of one man and his EFI hacking skills, we now have a solution as this image demonstrates. The image on the left shows the result of the VMWare Virtualization Technology test CD confirming that VT is now enabled on my Vaio Z11.
I’ve mirrored his code and instructions here in case his site disappears, read more after the jump…