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Time Is An Illusion, Anyway

This week has been rough.

I’ve been working through a new strategy that promises to make our company’s deployments to production at least ten times faster than our current process.  While it’s going to make things easier for us in the end, getting there is anything but easy.

I’ve gotten permission errors.

I’ve hit ACL problems.

I’ve come across registry access violations.

I’ve had writeable UNC shares turn read-only.

I’ve seen application pools die and IIS refuse to start.

I watched installers fail to run remotely, successfully run locally, then fail to run locally under the exact same circumstances two minutes later.

I even had UAC end up locking my account because it decided that I’m not trustworthy enough to enter a password for a installation tool from an unelevated command prompt.

It’s been a never ending stream of failure and frustration.

I thought I’d seen it all.  Then today happened.

I left the office last night feeling really good about where things were at.  I finally worked through all of the permission problems, all of the path access issues.  Everything was running under the right accounts, and stuff was flowing through the system and installing flawlessly.

Put a checkmark on the list, I’m done!

I planned on coming in this morning, updating some release instructions, then moving on to the second piece of the process.  The second piece is very similar to the first, so I figured I’d breeze through the day and have everything up and running in time to leave work during rush hour.  I want to preface the release instructions with a link to the progress I made, so I go to the site that installed flawlessly last night and try to pull it up.

IIS Yellow Screen Of Death

Ah crap.  That sucks.  I sort of expected something like that, though.  We’re doing things that are wild and new for our company, and most of the problems we’re seeing are the result of inexperience with the technology.  I figured the site would have died sometime in the middle of the night for some reason or another.  I figured that it would be something we’d just overlooked, something easy to fix.

I didn’t figure on getting an error message that was last seen in 1997.

An error occurred loading a configuration file: Failed to start monitoring changes to ‘[filename]’ because the network BIOS command limit has been reached.

The network BIOS command limit has been reached…?  WTF?

Am I running low on “System Resources” now, too?

What in the hell does that mean?  Network BIOS command limit…

I do a search and immediately find many other people with the same problem, all of whom are saying that the KB article the error message points at is completely useless.  Instead, they say you have to pull a registry setting out of thin air, and that’ll solve your problems. 1  Turns out that the way IIS monitors file system changes on UNC shares can clog the tubes, and that magical reg key tries to unclog them.  Eventually, I get it to work and carry on with the tasks of the day.

It all goes fairly well and smoothly.  As I had hoped, the experience from setting up the first piece of the deployment process translated very closely to setting up the second piece.  It only took two hours to get through the same amount of the process that had taken three days the first go around.  And most of that two hours was spent keeping detailed instructions so that next time only takes half an hour and the time after that can be fully automated.

All is well.

In the very last part of the setup, I had to install a Windows component, then reboot the box. 2  I give the box a minute, then try to remote back in.  Terminal Services Client blinks at me, but does nothing.  I try again and again it blinks.  A third time, and I get a failed to connect message.  Fine, maybe it’s still rebooting.  I give it another minute and try again.

Remote Desktop cannot connect to the remote computer because the authentication certificate received from the remote computer is expired or invalid.  In some cases, this error might also be caused by a large time discrepancy between the client and server computers.

Uh, okay…  Never seen that error before.  Did the network flip out, is the server confused?  Maybe I just have to give it a bit more time before trying to connect again.

So I give it another minute.  It gives me the error again.

The second sentence intrigues me.  A large time discrepancy, eh?  Hmmm…

Last year, during a brief foray into temporal mechanics, I learned all about how Windows deals with time and time synchronization.  One of the things I found was a command line tool in Windows called “w32tm”.  That program has a command line switch, “/stripchart”, which can show you how far off your system’s clock is from that of another system.  Normally, when dealing with a pair of computers on a corporate network, tied to a domain, you’ll find that the clocks will only differ by a few seconds at most.  You can run w32tm /stripchart and watch as the two machines drift around in time, speeding up, slowing down, and dancing around the time synchronization point.  Try, for instance, “w32tm /stripchart /computer:time.windows.com”, and see where you are in comparison to the Windows time server.

Anyway, w32tm’s stripchart seemed like the perfect tool to investigate this potential “large time discrepancy”.  What would it be, an hour, two hours, maybe even a day?

The current time is 3/3/2011 4:52:43 PM.
16:52:43 d:+00.0020000s o:-31607977.8967224s  [@                          |                         ]

The current time is correct.  I ran it at 4:52 PM on March 3rd, 2011.  “d:” is, I believe, the “delay”, the round trip time between the servers.  2 ms response time.  Not bad.  And “o:” is the time offset, in seconds, between your computer and the remote computer.

o:, in this case, is -31.6 million seconds.

In case you don’t feel like doing the math, 31.6 million seconds is one year, 19 hours, 59 minutes, and 37 seconds.

The computer rebooted and came back one year, 19 hours, 59 minutes, and 37 seconds in the past.  I think I’d agree with the error’s assessment of a “large time discrepancy”.

The computer now believes that it is March 2nd, 2010, at around 8:50 PM.  And I can’t convince it otherwise.  If I go on the box and try to change the time manually, it immediately corrects itself to March 2nd, 2010.

Now, ordinarily, I’d say that such an error was the result of time synchronization service gone awry, or maybe some failing system hardware.  However, given the events of this past week and all of the strange behavior that I’ve seen, I believe it is equally likely that that particular computer has actually travelled back in time and is running in our datacenter exactly one year, 19 hours, 59 minutes and 37 seconds ago.

Now, if you’ll excuse me, I have a hole in time to exploit and profit from.

  1. Under HKLM\Software\Microsoft\ASP.NET, create a new value called “FCNMode” and set it to 2 to change the way IIS monitors file change notifications, or set it to 1 to disable the notifications altogether.  Other sites suggest the same value, but under the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Microsoft\ASP.NET key instead.  Try both.  Then reboot. []
  2. Why they haven’t figured out the whole rebooting thing for the case where I just installed a minor application, I don’t know, but whatever… []

March 3, 2011   No Comments

Let’s Start a Dialog

.Net:

if(MessageBox.Show("Are You Sure?", MessageBoxButtons.YesNo) == DialogResult.Yes) { DoWork(); }

Android:

     AlertDialog.Builder dialogBuilder = new AlertDialog.Builder(this);
     dialogBuilder.setTitle("Save File");
     dialogBuilder.setMessage("Are you sure?");
     dialogBuilder.setPositiveButton("Yes",
       new DialogInterface.OnClickListener()
       {
        public void onClick(DialogInterface dialog, int which)
        {
         doWork();
        }
       });
     dialogBuilder.setNegativeButton("No",
       new DialogInterface.OnClickListener()
       {
        public void onClick(DialogInterface dialog, int which)
        {
         dontDoWork();
        }
       });
     dialogBuilder.setCancelable(true);
     dialogBuilder.setOnCancelListener(
       new DialogInterface.OnCancelListener() {
     
     public void onCancel(DialogInterface dialog)
     {
      dontDoWorkHereEither();
     }
    });
     dialogBuilder.show();

OMG.  WTF.  SERIOUSLY?

Why write just one line of code when TWENTY-NINE will do the same thing just as well?

December 12, 2010   No Comments

Electric Curiosities: “Le Stick” Joystick Box

I’ve talked about Le Stick before, in a post I wrote about motion controllers from the early days of gaming.  It’s a slightly-phallic looking gravity controller, presumably using mercury switches or something like that to sense orientation.  Tilting it forward is like pushing up on the joystick, tilting it left moves you left and so on.

At least that’s the theory.  In practice, it’s more like you’re trying to play a game while having a seizure.  Up moves up and down moves right, and your character flails wildly in circles until it dies.  It’s a terrible controller.

I, of course, had to buy two of them.

But then, one day, I stumble across one that’s still in its box.  I don’t really need a third, but come on, IT’S GOT THE BOX!  I put in the minimum bid, wait three days, and it’s mine.  I didn’t know what I was in for.

It’s for the Atari 400/800, Atari 2600, and the Commodore Vic-20.  Apparently it once sold for $38.95, and I feel very, very sorry for the guy who shelled out that kind of cash in 1981 for this thing.

It certainly is “remarkable”.  It’s just that the remarks are generally sarcastic and negative.

LE STICK

The ultimate goal in microcomputer hardware.  Add more control and realism to your personal computer or home video game.1

With simple one-handed movements, you can maneuver your sights in any direction you want. 2 The large red push button on top provides a quick and accurate firing mechanism for better response time. 3

LE STICK™ will eliminate all the frustrations you experience with conventional joysticks or keyboards. 4

LE STICK™, the joystick of the future.

It’s gotta be good if it’s FROM THE FUTURE!

Wait…  Scratch that.  If this is the joystick of the future, I don’t want to see the future.  Please stop time so that I can stay here, where joysticks don’t suck.

LE STICK™ Features:

Easy to grip handle

One-handed operation

Motion detectors to sense hand movements

Large push button on top

“Squeeze-switch” to freeze motion

So far, this has all been typical marketing copy.  Nothing really special.  Although, I have to say that I wasn’t aware that there was the squeeze switch feature until I read this, not that it helps at all.

But then I looked at the artwork on that last panel and…  O M G

I say again:  OMG

Wow.  That has to be unintentional.  They couldn’t have actually…  Could they?  No, no…  I mean…  Really?

Really?

The hand even has hooker nails!  OMGLOLWTF.

It’s like the prototype was sent to the artist who had no idea what it could possibly be, so they assumed that it was some sort of high-tech marital aid and illustrated accordingly.  I mean, yeah, the thing is vaguely phallic in appearance, but I never thought they’d take it that far.

Of course, you really have to see the picture and the text together to get the full experience…

Well, I guess if the joystick is that bad, you gotta do something to get people to buy it…

  1. More control?  No.  And realism?  It’s still an Atari 2600.  It doesn’t change the fact that you’re playing a medium-sized square that shoots small squares at big squares. []
  2. I want to manuever my sights down.  Not right.  DOWN.  And you won’t let me do that. []
  3. You’re bragging that your joystick has a button?  Okay… []
  4. …while simultaneously introducing you to exciting new frustrations never found with conventional joysticks or keyboards. []

December 5, 2010   4 Comments

Electric Curiosities: Nintendo Action Games by Christopher Lampton

As you may have noticed, I have a bit of a collection of video game items.  Carts, discs, consoles, controllers, even the occasional odd bit of merchandise like the Tetris Home Game and a Mario Kart Phone.

No, really. I'm not making that up.

As part of my video game obsession, I also collect books about video games.  These days, guide books for games are pretty much exclusively single title books from a big house like Brady or Prima.  It wasn’t always so.  Back in the days of the NES, when games were less complicated, there were a wide range of guide books that contained tips for multiple games.  One of the more popular and well written series were the “How to Win at” by Jeff Rovin.  Of course, I’m only saying that because he thanked me by name in “How to Win at Super Mario Bros. Games”, but that’s besides the point. 1

No, really. I'm not making that up, either.

One book I stumbled upon recently has the most awesome cover ever.  Most game guides from that age were unauthorized, so they stuck to plain text covers.  Those that had images tended to have generic game images (Like a cyborg fighting a dragon), because if they used a picture of Mario, Nintendo would sue them back into the Atari Age.  But this book took a different path.  A staggeringly awesome path.

Where to begin…?

I know!  How about we start with the flying green thing in the upper left corner?

HE SLIMED ME BECAUSE I STOLE HIS BUKKIT!

It’s Slimer from Ghostbusters…  Crossed with a walrus.  Because obviously a gluttonous blob of ectoplasm needs tusks.

If there’s something weird and it don’t look good, who ya gonna call?

MASTER CHIEF!  Eh doesn’t afraid of no ghosts.

The best part is that this book doesn’t even talk about Ghostbusters.  That’s not one of the covered games.

Moving to the lower left corner, we find a happy jumping dwarf.

Apparently after the princess was kidnapped and subsequently rescued, Mario went into the Witness Protection Program, where he was given the ingenious disguise of frilly purple overalls, a yellow hard-hat, and facial hair.

In other words…  WARIO.  However, since this book was published before Wario came to town, I think the artist for this cover has a valid case for a lawsuit against Nintendo, since it was obviously their idea to subtly alter Mario to produce a different character first.

Now to the four characters on the right side of the cover.  This is why I bought the book.

It’s the Middle-aged Mutant Ninja Alligators!  Little did you know, before he took to turtles, Splinter trained a group of overweight alligators to be a ninja fighting force.  Unfortunately, they were captured by Shredder, who used them for his “Heroes in a Handbag” line of fine ladies wallets.

No wonder that kid in the middle of all looks like he’s about to wretch.

The inside of the book isn’t much better.  From references to “Mario the carpenter” in SMB2 and the “Toe Clan” in TMNT, to helpful tidbits like advising you to “Use the pogo stick” in DuckTales or “Read the manual extra carefully” for SMB3, there’s not much in this book that will actually help you improve your game playing skills.  However, there is one really useful piece of information that this book mentions:  There is a companion book about Role-Playing Games.

Pardon me, I have to go to eBay now…

  1. He misspelled “Koopa” as “Kuppa” in HTWANG#3, so I wrote him and corrected him.  Had the tester gene at age 10, apparently. []

October 16, 2010   No Comments

Reagan: Straight from the Cafe 80’s…

Good evening. Usually, I talk with you this evening. Of all — Of all — Of all — Of all — Of all — Of all — Of all — Of all — Of all — Of all the planning, a top priority was to eliminate our support of clear policy objectives in the months ahead.

September 4, 2010   No Comments

Blackwater officers misled the government and courage.

WASHINGTON — Blackwater and to obscure its affiliates, according to the agency, according to obscure its affiliates, according to do in strict accord with the government when using subsidiaries to assure a low profile for any of the agency, according to Congressional investigators and to create the dozens of other names” and said that the Michigan Democrat who is not clear how many of those businesses won contracts, at least three had requested that the Central Intelligence Agency, according to do in Iraq. The C.I.A.’s continuing relationship with the Justice Department in September 2007.

That episode and Greystone, obtained secret contracts to Blackwater and former Blackwater officials, who, like the government contracts after Blackwater went to Congressional investigators and cost the United States government contracting. The investigation into government contracting. The C.I.A.’s continuing relationship with the company’s tarnished record should preclude it from contracting officials or subsidiaries in Afghanistan, has awarded up to $600 million contract to continue winning contracts after the law; they are held to interviews with the government work from some members of those businesses located in offshore tax havens

September 4, 2010   No Comments

Maybe they need to read their own best practices.

I got this error today.  It is a magnificent demonstration of several layers of FAIL.

August 19, 2010   No Comments

I think this can be optimized.

I was playing around with some Linked Data SPARQL query engine stuff today and it generated the following query against its SQL data store.  Now, I’m not a database expert or anything, but something tells me that you can probably optimize this query somewhat.

SELECT id,  value FROM rdf_entities WHERE id IN (1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 1159, 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July 29, 2010   No Comments

Pizza Pizza

Visual Studio never fails to come up with amusing ways to go horribly wrong.

And yet somehow, “Append” is immune.

May 18, 2010   No Comments

Oh, well obviously…

So, that’s what was wrong with the rotation.  I was reading from the “Yes/No” pin, instead of the “Logic” pin.

You see, while the Logic pin gives you a  Boolean true/false value, the “Yes/No” pin gives you a Boolean true/false value that just happens to always be false.  Maybe it’s about time I look into something like NXC instead of the graphical Lego Programming tool…

I moved it to the right pin and now it looks like the motor is moving both clockwise AND counter-clockwise.

I still think it’s trying to kill me, though…

At any rate, enough for today.  I’m already about a day behind plan, so staying up any longer trying to make the robot less scary isn’t going to help much.

February 26, 2010   No Comments