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Help with SuperMicro and Mellanox ConnectX-4-based NIC - no network interfaces are appearing?

2020.03.18 00:08 victorhooi Help with SuperMicro and Mellanox ConnectX-4-based NIC - no network interfaces are appearing?

FINAL UPDATE - The answer was the FEC mode! By forcing the switch port to Reed-Solomon, I was able to get it work!
Turns out the Mellanox only like RS-FEC - and the Arista's default to no FEC for 100Gbase-LR4. I asked Arista, and they said that was per the standard.
See UPDATE 3 below - The same optic/cable works fine in a EXFO FTB-1 - able to get a DHCP lease and ping gateway (https://i.imgur.com/aoF1e15.jpg). So seems to be Mellanox and this optic? I also added 7dB optical attenuator - no change unfortunately.
See UPDATE 2 below - I tested and it works with DAC cables - I am still trying to figure out why the Finisar optics aren't working? Any thoughts?
I have a SuperMicro server, and I've just installed a new SIOM (proprietary SuperMicro form factor) network card - AOC-MHIBE-m1CGM.
From the specifications, this seems to be based around the Mellanox ConnectX-4 chipset.
The SuperMicro website mentions it can do either Infiniband or 100Gbps Ethernet.
(I'm pasting screenshots, because the box doesn't have network connectivity yet, and I'm doing this over IPMI)
Anyhow, when I check ip addr listed, I don't see the 100Gbps interface come up (either on Infiniband or Ethernet):
https://i.imgur.com/M3B4rYa.png
If I check dmesg output, I do see "mlx" mentioned:
https://i.imgur.com/TwUorXY.png
mlx5_core 0000:21:00.0: firmware version 12.21.0000 mlx5_core 0000:21:00.0: 126.016 Gb/s available PCIe bandwidth (8 GT/s x16 link) ... mlx5_core 0000:21:00.0: Port module event: module 0, Cable plugged mlx5_ib: Mellanox Connect-IB Infiniband driver v5.0-0 
Also - if I check lspci, I don't see Mellanox mentioned at all.
Any ideas what's going on? Is there something wrong with the card, or do need to do something special to get it to work?
UPDATE: OK - I was able to get the interface to show up by changing it from IB (Infiniband) to Ethernet - thank you Reddit community!
Also - the reason it didn't show up in lspci is PEBKAC - I was grepping for "mellanox", but it's "Mellanox", with a capital "M" =).
However, the interface is still not coming up.
For reference, this is how I changed the mode:
[email protected]:~/Downloads/mft-4.14.0-105-x86_64-deb$ sudo mlxconfig -d /dev/mst/mt4115_pciconf0 set LINK_TYPE_P1=2 Device #1: ---------- Device type: ConnectX4 Name: N/A Description: N/A Device: /dev/mst/mt4115_pciconf0 Configurations: Next Boot New LINK_TYPE_P1 IB(1) ETH(2) Apply new Configuration? (y/n) [n] : y Applying... Done! -I- Please reboot machine to load new configurations. 
After reboot - the interface now shows up. However, it's showing up as "no-carrier":
[email protected]:~$ ip addr ... 3: enp33s0:  mtu 1500 qdisc mq state DOWN group default qlen 1000 link/ether ac:1f:6b:0d:ac:f0 brd ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff 
The NIC is connected to an Arista 7060CX-32S switch.
I'm using Finisar FTLC1151RDPL optics in both the NIC and switch.
Info from ethtool:
[email protected]:~$ ethtool -i enp33s0 driver: mlx5_core version: 5.0-0 firmware-version: 12.21.1000 (SM_1221000001000) expansion-rom-version: bus-info: 0000:21:00.0 supports-statistics: yes supports-test: yes supports-eeprom-access: no supports-register-dump: no supports-priv-flags: yes 
Module info from ethtool:
[email protected]:~$ sudo ethtool -m enp33s0 Identifier : 0x11 (QSFP28) Extended identifier : 0xcc Extended identifier description : 3.5W max. Power consumption Extended identifier description : CDR present in TX, CDR present in RX Extended identifier description : High Power Class (> 3.5 W) not enabled Connector : 0x07 (LC) Transceiver codes : 0x80 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 Transceiver type : 100G Ethernet: 100G Base-LR4 Encoding : 0x05 (64B/66B) BR, Nominal : 25500Mbps Rate identifier : 0x00 Length (SMF,km) : 10km Length (OM3 50um) : 0m Length (OM2 50um) : 0m Length (OM1 62.5um) : 0m Length (Copper or Active cable) : 0m Transmitter technology : 0x40 (1310 nm DFB) Laser wavelength : 1302.350nm Laser wavelength tolerance : 1.030nm Vendor name : FINISAR CORP. Vendor OUI : 00:90:65 Vendor PN : FTLC1151RDPL Vendor rev : A0 Vendor SN : UZA0C0A Date code : 180412 Revision Compliance : SFF-8636 Rev 2.5/2.6/2.7 Module temperature : 48.77 degrees C / 119.79 degrees F Module voltage : 3.2010 V Alarm/warning flags implemented : Yes Laser tx bias current (Channel 1) : 39.060 mA Laser tx bias current (Channel 2) : 39.910 mA Laser tx bias current (Channel 3) : 39.840 mA Laser tx bias current (Channel 4) : 39.920 mA Transmit avg optical power (Channel 1) : 1.6252 mW / 2.11 dBm Transmit avg optical power (Channel 2) : 1.6339 mW / 2.13 dBm Transmit avg optical power (Channel 3) : 1.7909 mW / 2.53 dBm Transmit avg optical power (Channel 4) : 1.9778 mW / 2.96 dBm Rcvr signal avg optical power(Channel 1) : 1.5940 mW / 2.02 dBm Rcvr signal avg optical power(Channel 2) : 1.4162 mW / 1.51 dBm Rcvr signal avg optical power(Channel 3) : 1.6775 mW / 2.25 dBm Rcvr signal avg optical power(Channel 4) : 1.7003 mW / 2.31 dBm Laser bias current high alarm (Chan 1) : Off Laser bias current low alarm (Chan 1) : Off Laser bias current high warning (Chan 1) : Off Laser bias current low warning (Chan 1) : Off Laser bias current high alarm (Chan 2) : Off Laser bias current low alarm (Chan 2) : Off Laser bias current high warning (Chan 2) : Off Laser bias current low warning (Chan 2) : Off Laser bias current high alarm (Chan 3) : Off Laser bias current low alarm (Chan 3) : Off Laser bias current high warning (Chan 3) : Off Laser bias current low warning (Chan 3) : Off Laser bias current high alarm (Chan 4) : Off Laser bias current low alarm (Chan 4) : Off Laser bias current high warning (Chan 4) : Off Laser bias current low warning (Chan 4) : Off Module temperature high alarm : Off Module temperature low alarm : Off Module temperature high warning : Off Module temperature low warning : Off Module voltage high alarm : Off Module voltage low alarm : Off Module voltage high warning : Off Module voltage low warning : Off Laser tx power high alarm (Channel 1) : Off Laser tx power low alarm (Channel 1) : Off Laser tx power high warning (Channel 1) : Off Laser tx power low warning (Channel 1) : Off Laser tx power high alarm (Channel 2) : Off Laser tx power low alarm (Channel 2) : Off Laser tx power high warning (Channel 2) : Off Laser tx power low warning (Channel 2) : Off Laser tx power high alarm (Channel 3) : Off Laser tx power low alarm (Channel 3) : Off Laser tx power high warning (Channel 3) : Off Laser tx power low warning (Channel 3) : Off Laser tx power high alarm (Channel 4) : Off Laser tx power low alarm (Channel 4) : Off Laser tx power high warning (Channel 4) : Off Laser tx power low warning (Channel 4) : Off Laser rx power high alarm (Channel 1) : Off Laser rx power low alarm (Channel 1) : Off Laser rx power high warning (Channel 1) : Off Laser rx power low warning (Channel 1) : Off Laser rx power high alarm (Channel 2) : Off Laser rx power low alarm (Channel 2) : Off Laser rx power high warning (Channel 2) : Off Laser rx power low warning (Channel 2) : Off Laser rx power high alarm (Channel 3) : Off Laser rx power low alarm (Channel 3) : Off Laser rx power high warning (Channel 3) : Off Laser rx power low warning (Channel 3) : Off Laser rx power high alarm (Channel 4) : Off Laser rx power low alarm (Channel 4) : Off Laser rx power high warning (Channel 4) : Off Laser rx power low warning (Channel 4) : Off Laser bias current high alarm threshold : 55.000 mA Laser bias current low alarm threshold : 25.000 mA Laser bias current high warning threshold : 50.000 mA Laser bias current low warning threshold : 30.000 mA Laser output power high alarm threshold : 5.6234 mW / 7.50 dBm Laser output power low alarm threshold : 0.1479 mW / -8.30 dBm Laser output power high warning threshold : 2.8184 mW / 4.50 dBm Laser output power low warning threshold : 0.3715 mW / -4.30 dBm Module temperature high alarm threshold : 75.00 degrees C / 167.00 degrees F Module temperature low alarm threshold : -5.00 degrees C / 23.00 degrees F Module temperature high warning threshold : 70.00 degrees C / 158.00 degrees F Module temperature low warning threshold : 0.00 degrees C / 32.00 degrees F Module voltage high alarm threshold : 3.6300 V Module voltage low alarm threshold : 2.9700 V Module voltage high warning threshold : 3.4650 V Module voltage low warning threshold : 3.1350 V Laser rx power high alarm threshold : 3.5481 mW / 5.50 dBm Laser rx power low alarm threshold : 0.0347 mW / -14.60 dBm Laser rx power high warning threshold : 2.8184 mW / 4.50 dBm Laser rx power low warning threshold : 0.0871 mW / -10.60 dBm 
On the Arista side - this is what I see for that interface:
localhost(config-if-Et4/1)#sho interface eth 4/1 Ethernet4/1 is down, line protocol is down (notconnect) Hardware is Ethernet, address is fcbd.673b.b3ac (bia fcbd.673b.b3ac) Ethernet MTU 9214 bytes , BW 100000000 kbit Full-duplex, 100Gb/s, auto negotiation: off, uni-link: n/a Down 19 hours, 58 minutes, 45 seconds Loopback Mode : None 1 link status changes since last clear Last clearing of "show interface" counters 20:03:39 ago 5 minutes input rate 0 bps (0.0% with framing overhead), 0 packets/sec 5 minutes output rate 0 bps (0.0% with framing overhead), 0 packets/sec 0 packets input, 0 bytes Received 0 broadcasts, 0 multicast 0 runts, 0 giants 0 input errors, 0 CRC, 0 alignment, 0 symbol, 0 input discards 0 PAUSE input 0 packets output, 0 bytes Sent 0 broadcasts, 0 multicast 0 output errors, 0 collisions 0 late collision, 0 deferred, 0 output discards 0 PAUSE output 
And for the transceiver:
localhost(config-if-Et4/1)#show interfaces eth 4/1-4 transceiver If device is externally calibrated, only calibrated values are printed. N/A: not applicable, Tx: transmit, Rx: receive. mA: milliamperes, dBm: decibels (milliwatts). Bias Optical Optical Temp Voltage Current Tx Power Rx Power Port (Celsius) (Volts) (mA) (dBm) (dBm) Last Update ----- --------- -------- -------- -------- -------- ------------------- Et4/1 36.33 3.28 37.07 1.82 1.53 0:00:02 ago Et4/2 36.33 3.28 36.66 1.14 1.60 0:00:02 ago Et4/3 36.33 3.28 36.61 1.90 2.25 0:00:02 ago Et4/4 36.33 3.28 36.99 1.79 2.69 0:00:02 ago 
UPDATE 2: I got a short (1.0m) DAC cable, which is "generic" coded at both ends. From what I can tell it seems to work - output of ip addr after inserting:
[email protected]:~$ ip addr 1: lo:  mtu 65536 qdisc noqueue state UNKNOWN group default qlen 1000 link/loopback 00:00:00:00:00:00 brd 00:00:00:00:00:00 inet 127.0.0.1/8 scope host lo valid_lft forever preferred_lft forever inet6 ::1/128 scope host valid_lft forever preferred_lft forever 2: enp99s0:  mtu 1500 qdisc mq state UP group default qlen 1000 link/ether 3c:ec:ef:10:11:15 brd ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff inet 192.168.1.120/24 brd 192.168.1.255 scope global dynamic noprefixroute enp99s0 valid_lft 5367sec preferred_lft 5367sec inet6 fe80::1187:7cce:6db6:acb6/64 scope link noprefixroute valid_lft forever preferred_lft forever 3: enp33s0:  mtu 1500 qdisc mq state UP group default qlen 1000 link/ether ac:1f:6b:0d:ac:f0 brd ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff inet 10.0.12.139/23 brd 10.0.13.255 scope global dynamic noprefixroute enp33s0 valid_lft 7026sec preferred_lft 7026sec inet6 fe80::789b:4c36:9dfc:dcb5/64 scope link noprefixroute valid_lft forever preferred_lft forever 
Output of ethtool -i:
[email protected]:~$ ethtool -i enp33s0 driver: mlx5_core version: 5.0-0 firmware-version: 12.25.1020 (SM_1221000001000) expansion-rom-version: bus-info: 0000:21:00.0 supports-statistics: yes supports-test: yes supports-eeprom-access: no supports-register-dump: no supports-priv-flags: yes 
And output. of ethtool -m:
[email protected]:~$ sudo ethtool -m enp33s0 Identifier : 0x11 (QSFP28) Extended identifier : 0x00 Extended identifier description : 1.5W max. Power consumption Extended identifier description : No CDR in TX, No CDR in RX Extended identifier description : High Power Class (> 3.5 W) not enabled Connector : 0x23 (No separable connector) Transceiver codes : 0x80 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 0x00 Transceiver type : 100G Ethernet: 100G Base-CR4 or 25G Base-CR CA-L Encoding : 0x00 (unspecified) BR, Nominal : 25500Mbps Rate identifier : 0x00 Length (SMF,km) : 0km Length (OM3 50um) : 0m Length (OM2 50um) : 0m Length (OM1 62.5um) : 0m Length (Copper or Active cable) : 1m Transmitter technology : 0xa0 (Copper cable unequalized) Attenuation at 2.5GHz : 6db Attenuation at 5.0GHz : 10db Attenuation at 7.0GHz : 0db Attenuation at 12.9GHz : 0db Vendor name : FS Vendor OUI : 00:02:c9 Vendor PN : Q28-PC01 Vendor rev : A Vendor SN : G1908004890-2 Date code : 190919 Revision Compliance : Revision not specified Module temperature : -0.00 degrees C / 31.99 degrees F Module voltage : 6.5535 V Alarm/warning flags implemented : No Laser tx bias current (Channel 1) : 131.070 mA Laser tx bias current (Channel 2) : 131.070 mA Laser tx bias current (Channel 3) : 131.070 mA Laser tx bias current (Channel 4) : 131.070 mA Transmit avg optical power (Channel 1) : 6.5535 mW / 8.16 dBm Transmit avg optical power (Channel 2) : 6.5535 mW / 8.16 dBm Transmit avg optical power (Channel 3) : 6.5535 mW / 8.16 dBm Transmit avg optical power (Channel 4) : 6.5535 mW / 8.16 dBm Receiver signal OMA(Channel 1) : 6.5535 mW / 8.16 dBm Receiver signal OMA(Channel 2) : 6.5535 mW / 8.16 dBm Receiver signal OMA(Channel 3) : 6.5535 mW / 8.16 dBm Receiver signal OMA(Channel 4) : 6.5535 mW / 8.16 dBm 
And on the Arista switch it shows up as "CONNECTED".
localhost(config-if-Et4/1)#show interfaces status Port Name Status Vlan Duplex Speed Type Flags Encapsulation Et1/1 notconnect 1 full 100G Not Present Et2/1 notconnect 1 full 100G Not Present Et3/1 notconnect 1 full 100G Not Present Et4/1 connected 12 full 100G 100GBASE-CR4 
Any ideas what's going on, or why the Finisar 100Gbase-LR4 optic wasn't working?
UPDATE 3: I can confirm that the same Finisar optic and cable work fine in an EXFO FTB-1 network tester (https://i.imgur.com/aoF1e15.jpg). I was able to get a DHCP lease and ping the upstream gateway.
So at least from what I can tell - this is something about the Mellanox card and this optic/cable?
Also - I added a 7dB attenuator on the Rx side for both the Mellanox card and the Arista switch side.
Arista transceiver info with the attenutator in place - versus around 1 dBm Rx before:
localhost(config-if-Et4/1)#show interfaces eth 4/1-4 transceiver If device is externally calibrated, only calibrated values are printed. N/A: not applicable, Tx: transmit, Rx: receive. mA: milliamperes, dBm: decibels (milliwatts). Bias Optical Optical Temp Voltage Current Tx Power Rx Power Port (Celsius) (Volts) (mA) (dBm) (dBm) Last Update ----- --------- -------- -------- -------- -------- ------------------- Et4/1 35.71 3.28 37.09 1.87 -5.31 0:00:00 ago Et4/2 35.71 3.28 36.66 1.13 -5.26 0:00:00 ago Et4/3 35.71 3.28 36.55 1.93 -4.61 0:00:00 ago Et4/4 35.71 3.28 36.71 1.78 -4.20 0:00:00 ago 
And on the Mellanox side - from ethtool -m - versus about 8 dBm before
Transmit avg optical power (Channel 1) : 1.6239 mW / 2.11 dBm Transmit avg optical power (Channel 2) : 1.6345 mW / 2.13 dBm Transmit avg optical power (Channel 3) : 1.7837 mW / 2.51 dBm Transmit avg optical power (Channel 4) : 1.9859 mW / 2.98 dBm Rcvr signal avg optical power(Channel 1) : 0.2517 mW / -5.99 dBm Rcvr signal avg optical power(Channel 2) : 0.2451 mW / -6.11 dBm Rcvr signal avg optical power(Channel 3) : 0.2908 mW / -5.36 dBm Rcvr signal avg optical power(Channel 4) : 0.2835 mW / -5.47 dBm 
Output of modinfo mlx5_core with default Ubuntu driver:
[email protected]:~/Downloads$ modinfo mlx5_core filename: /lib/modules/5.3.0-10-generic/kernel/drivers/net/ethernet/mellanox/mlx5/core/mlx5_core.ko version: 5.0-0 license: Dual BSD/GPL description: Mellanox 5th generation network adapters (ConnectX series) core driver author: Eli Cohen  srcversion: 08D6503E25C0DEDDF4728B7 alias: pci:v000015B3d0000A2D3sv*sd*bc*sc*i* alias: pci:v000015B3d0000A2D2sv*sd*bc*sc*i* alias: pci:v000015B3d0000101Esv*sd*bc*sc*i* alias: pci:v000015B3d0000101Dsv*sd*bc*sc*i* alias: pci:v000015B3d0000101Csv*sd*bc*sc*i* alias: pci:v000015B3d0000101Bsv*sd*bc*sc*i* alias: pci:v000015B3d0000101Asv*sd*bc*sc*i* alias: pci:v000015B3d00001019sv*sd*bc*sc*i* alias: pci:v000015B3d00001018sv*sd*bc*sc*i* alias: pci:v000015B3d00001017sv*sd*bc*sc*i* alias: pci:v000015B3d00001016sv*sd*bc*sc*i* alias: pci:v000015B3d00001015sv*sd*bc*sc*i* alias: pci:v000015B3d00001014sv*sd*bc*sc*i* alias: pci:v000015B3d00001013sv*sd*bc*sc*i* alias: pci:v000015B3d00001012sv*sd*bc*sc*i* alias: pci:v000015B3d00001011sv*sd*bc*sc*i* depends: tls,mlxfw retpoline: Y intree: Y name: mlx5_core vermagic: 5.3.0-10-generic SMP mod_unload sig_id: PKCS#7 signer: Build time autogenerated kernel key sig_key: 41:08:2B:17:14:FD:90:71:A9:C2:5F:C8:6C:9F:13:ED:EA:13:18:09 sig_hashalgo: sha512 signature: 2C:45:0E:DD:3C:2A:4F:1F:B8:74:97:E1:77:25:02:FC:CA:73:FC:00: 0C:56:C5:12:3F:17:E7:17:E2:EB:63:FE:F6:13:A5:4D:F6:DF:BB:87: 99:78:02:8F:50:E4:73:F9:27:3D:B8:92:3E:34:52:CD:B0:B4:4C:65: A1:4C:58:E3:79:AE:07:C5:14:95:64:32:7D:F3:5F:BD:E7:E3:C8:4E: 8B:90:53:46:47:8D:1C:F0:C6:5D:02:33:43:AC:75:90:2A:B1:7B:A9: 38:E5:EF:B8:65:42:22:AD:D4:23:48:4A:E1:A0:4F:31:8D:75:FB:E0: 3B:71:56:A0:8D:45:C0:BA:39:B5:A3:13:65:D9:D2:1D:0F:2E:28:30: 67:91:65:BE:B8:E7:B9:53:09:AA:30:55:A6:2B:FC:77:2D:56:8C:40: D8:50:7A:A8:15:65:09:23:37:FC:D2:59:C8:4D:13:A5:A4:CF:CE:0D: 88:2D:67:77:CE:34:60:D8:C1:F2:C7:B9:01:B2:AB:9F:F4:8F:E3:01: 95:60:BF:E6:3D:A4:D8:86:D3:6E:31:C9:E6:55:A8:BF:3C:77:58:8C: F7:8D:95:1C:73:87:5C:40:6C:BB:72:52:B7:F1:65:FA:A3:73:DC:D0: BD:30:4C:C3:7A:9C:A1:89:DD:57:4C:69:9C:AF:35:9F:BD:F4:96:74: 5F:C1:63:EF:F8:F2:FD:D3:25:19:3A:38:4D:07:DB:2C:D5:07:94:A5: C9:AD:B2:CC:6A:CE:0A:49:12:9E:6E:47:11:56:BF:C7:10:A7:7A:12: 02:B4:FF:23:BE:04:32:8E:4F:16:2A:7E:34:A5:00:4D:E6:96:FE:FC: FE:62:10:72:F1:D1:76:69:4F:82:F2:F6:42:07:F8:91:44:2E:59:FB: F8:CD:A3:C9:5A:2C:CD:D2:96:67:87:E5:1B:F0:35:49:28:F1:DC:69: DF:CF:4D:AD:CA:3E:FC:06:90:D5:69:A4:67:40:DA:80:30:81:68:AE: C4:13:13:31:46:1B:A9:6B:C4:2B:F9:89:17:C2:11:79:5A:9E:4F:0F: CD:D4:BE:10:2E:80:EF:0A:63:5D:26:CB:67:B0:78:A5:DE:2D:5D:50: F5:CF:CE:16:6B:6B:AE:0F:D6:A5:7E:EB:E2:E1:B9:76:FE:01:BA:B1: 24:04:14:89:B8:22:78:B4:C2:9F:04:84:86:84:99:D1:42:7B:14:69: 11:25:C4:24:A4:C3:52:1C:17:A0:58:E2:13:1C:AF:3C:91:A5:EF:5B: 6A:32:7C:0E:D6:BC:FD:4A:5D:74:F7:9A:E9:73:47:D2:61:3A:F8:E0: 99:CE:71:40:68:0A:F9:B2:49:1F:DE:D4 parm: debug_mask:debug mask: 1 = dump cmd data, 2 = dump cmd exec time, 3 = both. Default=0 (uint) parm: prof_sel:profile selector. Valid range 0 - 2 (uint) 
Output of modinfo mlx5_core. after installing Mellanox EN driver:
[email protected]:~/Downloads/mlnx-en-5.0-1.0.0.0-ubuntu19.10-x86_64$ modinfo mlx5_core filename: /lib/modules/5.3.0-10-generic/updates/dkms/mlx5_core.ko version: 5.0-1.0.0.0 license: Dual BSD/GPL description: Mellanox 5th generation network adapters (ConnectX series) core driver author: Eli Cohen  srcversion: C9CCB8408F473187B4279C8 alias: pci:v000015B3d0000A2D6sv*sd*bc*sc*i* alias: pci:v000015B3d0000A2D3sv*sd*bc*sc*i* alias: pci:v000015B3d0000A2D2sv*sd*bc*sc*i* alias: pci:v000015B3d00001021sv*sd*bc*sc*i* alias: pci:v000015B3d0000101Fsv*sd*bc*sc*i* alias: pci:v000015B3d0000101Esv*sd*bc*sc*i* alias: pci:v000015B3d0000101Dsv*sd*bc*sc*i* alias: pci:v000015B3d0000101Csv*sd*bc*sc*i* alias: pci:v000015B3d0000101Bsv*sd*bc*sc*i* alias: pci:v000015B3d0000101Asv*sd*bc*sc*i* alias: pci:v000015B3d00001019sv*sd*bc*sc*i* alias: pci:v000015B3d00001018sv*sd*bc*sc*i* alias: pci:v000015B3d00001017sv*sd*bc*sc*i* alias: pci:v000015B3d00001016sv*sd*bc*sc*i* alias: pci:v000015B3d00001015sv*sd*bc*sc*i* alias: pci:v000015B3d00001014sv*sd*bc*sc*i* alias: pci:v000015B3d00001013sv*sd*bc*sc*i* alias: pci:v000015B3d00001012sv*sd*bc*sc*i* alias: pci:v000015B3d00001011sv*sd*bc*sc*i* depends: mlx_compat,tls,mlxfw retpoline: Y name: mlx5_core vermagic: 5.3.0-10-generic SMP mod_unload parm: num_of_groups:Eswitch offloads number of big groups in FDB table. Valid range 1 - 1024. Default 4 (uint) parm: out_ifname:string parm: guids:charp parm: node_guid:guids configuration. This module parameter will be obsolete! parm: debug_mask:debug mask: 1 = dump cmd data, 2 = dump cmd exec time, 3 = both. Default=0 (uint) parm: prof_sel:profile selector. Valid range 0 - 3 (uint) parm: probe_vf:probe VFs or not, 0 = not probe, 1 = probe. Default = 1 (bool) 

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2019.09.04 20:03 cuavas MAME 0.213

MAME 0.213

It's really about time we released MAME 0.213, with more of everything we know you all love. First of all, we’re proud to present support for the first Hegener + Glaser product: the “brikett” chess computers, Mephisto, Mephisto II and Mephisto III. As you can probably guess, there’s an addition from Nintendo’s Game & Watch line. This month it’s Mario’s Bombs Away. On a related note, we’ve also added Elektronika’s Kosmicheskiy Most, exported as Space Bridge, which is an unlicensed total conversion of the Game & Watch title Fire. If you haven’t played any of the handheld LCD games in MAME, you’re missing something special – they look superb with external scanned and traced artwork.
On the arcade side, we’ve added The Destroyer From Jail (a rare Philko game), and alternate regional versions of Block Out and Super Shanghai Dragon’s Eye. The CD for Simpsons Bowling has been re-dumped, resolving some long-standing issues. With its protection microcontroller dumped and emulated, Birdie Try is now fully playable. Protection microcontrollers for The Deep and Last Mission have also been dumped and emulated. Improvements to Seibu hardware emulation mean Banpresto’s SD Gundam Sangokushi Rainbow Tairiku Senki is now playable, and sprite priorities in Seibu Cup Soccer have been improved.
In computer emulation, two interesting DOS compatible machines based on the Intel 80186 CPU are now working: the Mindset Personal Computer, and the Dulmont Magnum. The Apple II software lists have been updated to include almost all known clean cracks and original flux dumps, and the Apple II gameport ComputerEyes frame grabber is now emulated. We’ve received a series of submissions that greatly improve emulation of the SWTPC S/09 and SS-30 bus cards. On the SGI front, the 4D/20 now has fully-working IRIX 4.0.5 via serial console, and a whole host of improvements have gone into the Indy “Newport” graphics board emulation. Finally, MAME now supports HDI, 2MG and raw hard disk image files.
As always, you can get the source and Windows binary packages from the download page.

MAMETesters Bugs Fixed

New working machines

New working clones

Machines promoted to working

Clones promoted to working

New machines marked as NOT_WORKING

New clones marked as NOT_WORKING

New working software list additions

New NOT_WORKING software list additions

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2019.09.04 20:02 cuavas MAME 0.213

MAME 0.213

It's really about time we released MAME 0.213, with more of everything we know you all love. First of all, we’re proud to present support for the first Hegener + Glaser product: the “brikett” chess computers, Mephisto, Mephisto II and Mephisto III. As you can probably guess, there’s an addition from Nintendo’s Game & Watch line. This month it’s Mario’s Bombs Away. On a related note, we’ve also added Elektronika’s Kosmicheskiy Most, exported as Space Bridge, which is an unlicensed total conversion of the Game & Watch title Fire. If you haven’t played any of the handheld LCD games in MAME, you’re missing something special – they look superb with external scanned and traced artwork.
On the arcade side, we’ve added The Destroyer From Jail (a rare Philko game), and alternate regional versions of Block Out and Super Shanghai Dragon’s Eye. The CD for Simpsons Bowling has been re-dumped, resolving some long-standing issues. With its protection microcontroller dumped and emulated, Birdie Try is now fully playable. Protection microcontrollers for The Deep and Last Mission have also been dumped and emulated. Improvements to Seibu hardware emulation mean Banpresto’s SD Gundam Sangokushi Rainbow Tairiku Senki is now playable, and sprite priorities in Seibu Cup Soccer have been improved.
In computer emulation, two interesting DOS compatible machines based on the Intel 80186 CPU are now working: the Mindset Personal Computer, and the Dulmont Magnum. The Apple II software lists have been updated to include almost all known clean cracks and original flux dumps, and the Apple II gameport ComputerEyes frame grabber is now emulated. We’ve received a series of submissions that greatly improve emulation of the SWTPC S/09 and SS-30 bus cards. On the SGI front, the 4D/20 now has fully-working IRIX 4.0.5 via serial console, and a whole host of improvements have gone into the Indy “Newport” graphics board emulation. Finally, MAME now supports HDI, 2MG and raw hard disk image files.
As always, you can get the source and Windows binary packages from the download page.

MAMETesters Bugs Fixed

New working machines

New working clones

Machines promoted to working

Clones promoted to working

New machines marked as NOT_WORKING

New clones marked as NOT_WORKING

New working software list additions

New NOT_WORKING software list additions

Source Changes

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2019.09.04 20:00 cuavas MAME 0.213

MAME 0.213

It's really about time we released MAME 0.213, with more of everything we know you all love. First of all, we’re proud to present support for the first Hegener + Glaser product: the “brikett” chess computers, Mephisto, Mephisto II and Mephisto III. As you can probably guess, there’s an addition from Nintendo’s Game & Watch line. This month it’s Mario’s Bombs Away. On a related note, we’ve also added Elektronika’s Kosmicheskiy Most, exported as Space Bridge, which is an unlicensed total conversion of the Game & Watch title Fire. If you haven’t played any of the handheld LCD games in MAME, you’re missing something special – they look superb with external scanned and traced artwork.
On the arcade side, we’ve added The Destroyer From Jail (a rare Philko game), and alternate regional versions of Block Out and Super Shanghai Dragon’s Eye. The CD for Simpsons Bowling has been re-dumped, resolving some long-standing issues. With its protection microcontroller dumped and emulated, Birdie Try is now fully playable. Protection microcontrollers for The Deep and Last Mission have also been dumped and emulated. Improvements to Seibu hardware emulation mean Banpresto’s SD Gundam Sangokushi Rainbow Tairiku Senki is now playable, and sprite priorities in Seibu Cup Soccer have been improved.
In computer emulation, two interesting DOS compatible machines based on the Intel 80186 CPU are now working: the Mindset Personal Computer, and the Dulmont Magnum. The Apple II software lists have been updated to include almost all known clean cracks and original flux dumps, and the Apple II gameport ComputerEyes frame grabber is now emulated. We’ve received a series of submissions that greatly improve emulation of the SWTPC S/09 and SS-30 bus cards. On the SGI front, the 4D/20 now has fully-working IRIX 4.0.5 via serial console, and a whole host of improvements have gone into the Indy “Newport” graphics board emulation. Finally, MAME now supports HDI, 2MG and raw hard disk image files.
As always, you can get the source and Windows binary packages from the download page.

MAMETesters Bugs Fixed

New working machines

New working clones

Machines promoted to working

Clones promoted to working

New machines marked as NOT_WORKING

New clones marked as NOT_WORKING

New working software list additions

New NOT_WORKING software list additions

Source Changes

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2019.06.06 07:41 Manaliahire Digital Pump Controller Market size Growth around US $13.57 billion by 2026

According to ACUMEN RESEARCH & CONSULTING, The global digital pump controller market is projected to worth $13.57 Billion by 2026 and the market is projected to showcase 6.3% CAGR during the forecast period. The market is driven by the rise in the usage of mobile devices.
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Increase in the installation of water pumps across the globe is driving the need for digital pump controllers to control these water pumps automatically. Hence, this factor is projected to drive the digital pump controller market. However, the lack of awareness about digital pump controllers in some regions can be a restraining factor that can hinder the growth of the digital pump controllers market. The transition from conventional pumps to the digitally advanced pumps is expected to create growth opportunities for manufacturers globally. Moreover, the increasing government support for wastewater treatment is predicted to offer significant opportunities for the digital pump controller market. Digital pump controllers have some advantageous features. In the digital pump controller, the motor gets automatically switched on when the water level in the overhead tank decreases below the lower limit. In the same way, the pump gets switched off when the tank is full. Therefore, the automatic operation of digital pump controllers decreases the amount of wastewater. This factor is expected to drive the growth of the digital pump controllers.
The global digital pump controller market is estimated to be driven by the significant growth in the Asia Pacific. The region is estimated to hold significant market share during the forecast period due to the major contribution from developing countries such as India, China, and Japan. The digital pump controller market in the Asia Pacific is mainly driven by increasing adoption of advanced technologies and solar water pumps. This is due to the rise in a number of government regulations that are encouraging the digital pump controller manufacturers to develop energy-efficient products. Digital pump controllers have huge potential in emerging markets of Asia Pacific due to the increasing demand for energy conservation. Moreover, the economies are focusing on increasing precision agriculture which is expected to help the manufacturers to design pump controllers that consume less energy and are easy to operate. For instance, in March 2018, Kirloskar Brothers Limited, which is an India based company, announced a standard in open well submersible pumps for domestic use and farmers. Thus, pump controllers with innovative features are essential to control these types of submersible pumps.
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The global digital pump controller market is segmented into connectivity, distribution channel, industry vertical and region. On the basis of connectivity, the global digital pump controller market is segmented into convention pump controller and mobile/remote pump controller. On the basis of the distribution channel, the global digital pump controller market is segmented into online and retail. Retail is further sub-segment into two i.e. company-owned and third-party. On the basis of industry vertical the global digital pump controller market is segmented into manufacturing, Public sector, Agriculture and residential. Manufacturing sub-segment is further segmented into food and beverages, pharmaceuticals, oil and gas, textile and papers, chemicals, biotechnology, and constructions. The public sector is further segmented into pumping stations, water, and wastewater treatment. On the basis of the region the global digital pump controller market is segmented Latin America, Europe, Asia Pacific, North America, and Middle East & Africa.
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The Asia Pacific region is estimated to expand at a high CAGR during the forecast period. The demand for digital pump controllers in the Asia Pacific region is primarily driven by the usage of digital pump controllers in agriculture and water and wastewater treatment. The digital pump controller market in the Europe region is expected to grow significantly owing to the growing requirement to decrease the energy consumption of pump controllers. The rising popularity of connected devices such as smartphones and SCADA systems is projected to drive the demand for digital pump controller market.
The key players catering to the global digital pump controller market include CC&S Electric Limited, Precision Digital Corporation, Sulzer Ltd., Kirloskar Brothers Limited, Dwyer Instruments, Inc., Grundfos, Valmont Industries, Inc. (Vally), Xylem Inc., and Spring (Europe) Ltd, Remote Control Technology, etc. The key players in the global digital pump controller market have taken strategic initiatives that include partnerships, new product launch, acquisitions, and mergers. The rise in investments coupled with technological advancements to commercialize highly efficient pump products is projected to offer lucrative opportunities for market players in the global digital pump controller market.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
CHAPTER 1. INDUSTRY OVERVIEW
1.1. Definition and Scope 1.1.1. Definition of Digital Pump Controller 1.1.2. Market Segmentation 1.1.3. List of Abbreviations 1.2. Summary 1.2.1. Market Snapshot 1.2.2. Digital Pump Controller Market By Connectivity 1.2.2.1. Global Digital Pump Controller Market Revenue and Growth Rate Comparison By Connectivity (2015-2026) 1.2.2.2. Global Digital Pump Controller Market Revenue Share By Connectivity in 2017 1.2.2.3. Conventional Pump Controller 1.2.2.4. Mobile/Remote Pump Controller 1.2.2.5. Others 1.2.3. Digital Pump Controller Market By Distribution Channel 1.2.3.1. Global Digital Pump Controller Market Revenue and Growth Rate Comparison By Distribution Channel (2015-2026) 1.2.3.2. Online 1.2.3.3. Retail 1.2.3.3.1. Company-owned 1.2.3.3.2. Third-party 1.2.3.4. Others 1.2.4. Digital Pump Controller Market By Industry Vertical 1.2.4.1. Global Digital Pump Controller Market Revenue and Growth Rate Comparison By Industry Vertical (2015-2026) 1.2.4.2. Manufacturing 1.2.4.2.1. Food & Beverage 1.2.4.2.2. Pharmaceutical 1.2.4.2.3. Oil & Gas 1.2.4.2.4. Textile & Paper 1.2.4.2.5. Chemicals 1.2.4.2.6. Biotechnology 1.2.4.2.7. Construction 1.2.4.3. Public Sector 1.2.4.3.1. Water & Wastewater Treatment 1.2.4.3.2. Pumping Stations 1.2.4.4. Agriculture 1.2.4.5. Residential 1.2.4.6. Others 1.2.5. Digital Pump Controller Market by Geography 1.2.5.1. Global Digital Pump Controller Market Revenue and Growth Rate Comparison by Geography (2015-2026) 1.2.5.2. North America Digital Pump Controller Market Revenue and Growth Rate (2015-2026) 1.2.5.3. Europe Digital Pump Controller Market Revenue and Growth Rate (2015-2026) 1.2.5.4. Asia-Pacific Digital Pump Controller Market Revenue and Growth Rate (2015-2026) 1.2.5.5. Latin America Digital Pump Controller Market Revenue and Growth Rate (2015-2026) 1.2.5.6. Middle East and Africa (MEA) Digital Pump Controller Market Revenue and Growth Rate (2015-2026)
CHAPTER 2. MARKET DYNAMICS AND COMPETITION ANALYSIS
2.1. Market Drivers 2.2. Restraints and Challenges 2.3. Growth Opportunities 2.4. Porter’s Five Forces Analysis 2.4.1. Bargaining Power of Suppliers 2.4.2. Bargaining Power of Buyers 2.4.3. Threat of Substitute 2.4.4. Threat of New Entrants 2.4.5. Degree of Competition 2.5. Value Chain Analysis 2.6. Cost Structure Analysis 2.6.1. Raw Material and Suppliers 2.6.2. Manufacturing Process Analysis 2.7. Regulatory Compliance 2.8. Competitive Landscape, 2017 2.8.1. Player Positioning Analysis 2.8.2. Key Strategies Adopted By Leading Players
CHAPTER 3. MANUFACTURING PLANTS ANALYSIS
3.1. Capacity and Commercial Production Date of Global Digital Pump Controller Major Manufacturers in 2017 3.2. Manufacturing Plants Distribution of Global Digital Pump Controller Major Manufacturers in 2017 3.3. R&D Status and Technology Source of Global Digital Pump Controller Major Manufacturers in 2017 3.4. Raw Materials Sources Analysis of Global Digital Pump Controller Major Manufacturers in 2017
CHAPTER 4. DIGITAL PUMP CONTROLLER MARKET BY CONNECTIVITY
4.1. Global Digital Pump Controller Revenue By Connectivity 4.2. Conventional Pump Controller 4.2.1. Market Revenue and Growth Rate, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 4.2.2. Market Revenue and Forecast, By Region, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 4.3. Mobile/Remote Pump Controller 4.3.1. Market Revenue and Growth Rate, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 4.3.2. Market Revenue and Forecast, By Region, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 4.4. Other 4.4.1. Market Revenue and Growth Rate, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 4.4.2. Market Revenue and Forecast, By Region, 2015 - 2026 ($Million)
CHAPTER 5. DIGITAL PUMP CONTROLLER MARKET BY DISTRIBUTION CHANNEL
5.1. Global Digital Pump Controller Revenue By Distribution Channel 5.2. Online 5.2.1. Market Revenue and Growth Rate, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 5.2.2. Market Revenue and Forecast, By Region, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 5.3. Retail 5.3.1. Market Revenue and Growth Rate, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 5.3.2. Market Revenue and Forecast, By Region, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 5.3.2.1. Company-owned 5.3.2.2. Third-party 5.4. Others 5.4.1. Market Revenue and Growth Rate, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 5.4.2. Market Revenue and Forecast, By Region, 2015 - 2026 ($Million)
CHAPTER 6. DIGITAL PUMP CONTROLLER MARKET BY INDUSTRY VERTICAL
6.1. Global Digital Pump Controller Revenue By Industry Vertical 6.2. Manufacturing 6.2.1. Market Revenue and Growth Rate, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 6.2.2. Market Revenue and Forecast, By Region, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 6.2.2.1. Food & Beverage 6.2.2.2. Pharmaceutical 6.2.2.3. Oil & Gas 6.2.2.4. Textile & Paper 6.2.2.5. Chemicals 6.2.2.6. Biotechnology 6.2.2.7. Construction 6.3. Public Sector 6.3.1. Market Revenue and Growth Rate, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 6.3.2. Market Revenue and Forecast, By Region, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 6.3.2.1. Water & Wastewater Treatment 6.3.2.2. Pumping Stations 6.4. Agriculture 6.4.1. Market Revenue and Growth Rate, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 6.4.2. Market Revenue and Forecast, By Region, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 6.5. Residential 6.5.1. Market Revenue and Growth Rate, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 6.5.2. Market Revenue and Forecast, By Region, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 6.6. Others 6.6.1. Market Revenue and Growth Rate, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 6.6.2. Market Revenue and Forecast, By Region, 2015 - 2026 ($Million)
CHAPTER 7. NORTH AMERICA DIGITAL PUMP CONTROLLER MARKET BY COUNTRY
7.1. North America Digital Pump Controller Market Revenue and Growth Rate, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 7.2. North America Digital Pump Controller Market Revenue Share Comparison, 2015 & 2026 (%) 7.3. U.S. 7.3.1. U.S. Digital Pump Controller Market Revenue and Forecast By Connectivity, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 7.3.2. Market Revenue and Forecast By Distribution Channel, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 7.3.3. Market Revenue and Forecast By Industry Vertical, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 7.4. Canada 7.4.1. Market Revenue and Forecast By Connectivity, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 7.4.2. Market Revenue and Forecast By Distribution Channel, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 7.4.3. Market Revenue and Forecast By Industry Vertical, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 7.5. Mexico 7.5.1. Market Revenue and Forecast By Connectivity, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 7.5.2. Market Revenue and Forecast By Distribution Channel, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 7.5.3. Market Revenue and Forecast By Industry Vertical, 2015 - 2026 ($Million)
CHAPTER 8. EUROPE DIGITAL PUMP CONTROLLER MARKET BY COUNTRY
8.1. Europe Digital Pump Controller Market Revenue and Growth Rate, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 8.2. Europe Digital Pump Controller Market Revenue Share Comparison, 2015 & 2026 (%) 8.3. UK 8.3.1. Market Revenue and Forecast By Connectivity, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 8.3.2. Market Revenue and Forecast By Distribution Channel, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 8.3.3. Market Revenue and Forecast By Industry Vertical, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 8.4. Germany 8.4.1. Market Revenue and Forecast By Connectivity, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 8.4.2. Market Revenue and Forecast By Distribution Channel, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 8.4.3. Market Revenue and Forecast By Industry Vertical, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 8.5. France 8.5.1. Market Revenue and Forecast By Connectivity, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 8.5.2. Market Revenue and Forecast By Distribution Channel, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 8.5.3. Market Revenue and Forecast By Industry Vertical, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 8.6. Spain 8.6.1. Market Revenue and Forecast By Connectivity, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 8.6.2. Market Revenue and Forecast By Distribution Channel, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 8.6.3. Market Revenue and Forecast By Industry Vertical, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 8.7. Rest of Europe 8.7.1. Market Revenue and Forecast By Connectivity, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 8.7.2. Market Revenue and Forecast By Distribution Channel, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 8.7.3. Market Revenue and Forecast By Industry Vertical, 2015 - 2026 ($Million)
CHAPTER 9. ASIA-PACIFIC DIGITAL PUMP CONTROLLER MARKET BY COUNTRY
9.1. Asia-Pacific Digital Pump Controller Market Revenue and Growth Rate, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 9.2. Asia-Pacific Digital Pump Controller Market Revenue Share Comparison, 2015 & 2026 (%) 9.3. China 9.3.1. Market Revenue and Forecast By Connectivity, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 9.3.2. Market Revenue and Forecast By Distribution Channel, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 9.3.3. Market Revenue and Forecast By Industry Vertical, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 9.4. Japan 9.4.1. Market Revenue and Forecast By Connectivity, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 9.4.2. Market Revenue and Forecast By Distribution Channel, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 9.4.3. Market Revenue and Forecast By Industry Vertical, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 9.5. India 9.5.1. Market Revenue and Forecast By Connectivity, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 9.5.2. Market Revenue and Forecast By Distribution Channel, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 9.5.3. Market Revenue and Forecast By Industry Vertical, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 9.6. Australia 9.6.1. Market Revenue and Forecast By Connectivity, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 9.6.2. Market Revenue and Forecast By Distribution Channel, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 9.6.3. Market Revenue and Forecast By Industry Vertical, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 9.7. South Korea 9.7.1. Market Revenue and Forecast By Connectivity, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 9.7.2. Market Revenue and Forecast By Distribution Channel, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 9.7.3. Market Revenue and Forecast By Industry Vertical, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 9.8. Rest of Asia-Pacific 9.8.1. Market Revenue and Forecast By Connectivity, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 9.8.2. Market Revenue and Forecast By Distribution Channel, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 9.8.3. Market Revenue and Forecast By Industry Vertical, 2015 - 2026 ($Million)
CHAPTER 10. LATIN AMERICA DIGITAL PUMP CONTROLLER MARKET BY COUNTRY
10.1. Latin America Digital Pump Controller Market Revenue and Growth Rate, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 10.2. Latin America Digital Pump Controller Market Revenue Share Comparison, 2015 & 2026 (%) 10.3. Brazil 10.3.1. Market Revenue and Forecast By Connectivity, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 10.3.2. Market Revenue and Forecast By Distribution Channel, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 10.3.3. Market Revenue and Forecast By Industry Vertical, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 10.4. Argentina 10.4.1. Market Revenue and Forecast By Connectivity, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 10.4.2. Market Revenue and Forecast By Distribution Channel, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 10.4.3. Market Revenue and Forecast By Industry Vertical, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 10.5. Rest of Latin America 10.5.1. Market Revenue and Forecast By Connectivity, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 10.5.2. Market Revenue and Forecast By Distribution Channel, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 10.5.3. Market Revenue and Forecast By Industry Vertical, 2015 - 2026 ($Million)
CHAPTER 11. MIDDLE EAST DIGITAL PUMP CONTROLLER MARKET BY COUNTRY
11.1. Middle East Digital Pump Controller Market Revenue and Growth Rate, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 11.2. Middle East Digital Pump Controller Market Revenue Share Comparison, 2015 & 2026 (%) 11.3. Saudi Arabia 11.3.1. Market Revenue and Forecast By Connectivity, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 11.3.2. Market Revenue and Forecast By Distribution Channel, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 11.3.3. Market Revenue and Forecast By Industry Vertical, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 11.4. UAE 11.4.1. Market Revenue and Forecast By Connectivity, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 11.4.2. Market Revenue and Forecast By Distribution Channel, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 11.4.3. Market Revenue and Forecast By Industry Vertical, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 11.5. Rest of Middle East 11.5.1. Market Revenue and Forecast By Connectivity, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 11.5.2. Market Revenue and Forecast By Distribution Channel, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 11.5.3. Market Revenue and Forecast By Industry Vertical, 2015 - 2026 ($Million)
CHAPTER 12. AFRICA DIGITAL PUMP CONTROLLER MARKET BY COUNTRY
12.1. Africa Digital Pump Controller Market Revenue and Growth Rate, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 12.2. Africa Digital Pump Controller Market Revenue Share Comparison, 2015 & 2026 (%) 12.3. South Africa 12.3.1. Market Revenue and Forecast By Connectivity, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 12.3.2. Market Revenue and Forecast By Distribution Channel, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 12.3.3. Market Revenue and Forecast By Industry Vertical, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 12.4. Egypt 12.4.1. Market Revenue and Forecast By Connectivity, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 12.4.2. Market Revenue and Forecast By Distribution Channel, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 12.4.3. Market Revenue and Forecast By Industry Vertical, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 12.5. Rest of Africa 12.5.1. Market Revenue and Forecast By Connectivity, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 12.5.2. Market Revenue and Forecast By Distribution Channel, 2015 - 2026 ($Million) 12.5.3. Market Revenue and Forecast By Industry Vertical, 2015 - 2026 ($Million)
CHAPTER 13. COMPANY PROFILE
13.1. CC&S Electric Limited 13.1.1. Company Snapshot 13.1.2. Overview 13.1.3. Financial Overview 13.1.4. Type Portfolio 13.1.5. Key Developments 13.1.6. Strategies 13.2. Precision Digital Corporation 13.2.1. Company Snapshot 13.2.2. Overview 13.2.3. Financial Overview 13.2.4. Type Portfolio 13.2.5. Key Developments 13.2.6. Strategies 13.3. Sulzer Ltd. 13.3.1. Company Snapshot 13.3.2. Overview 13.3.3. Financial Overview 13.3.4. Type Portfolio 13.3.5. Key Developments 13.3.6. Strategies 13.4. Kirloskar Brothers Limited 13.4.1. Company Snapshot 13.4.2. Overview 13.4.3. Financial Overview 13.4.4. Type Portfolio 13.4.5. Key Developments 13.4.6. Strategies 13.5. Dwyer Instruments, Inc. 13.5.1. Company Snapshot 13.5.2. Overview 13.5.3. Financial Overview 13.5.4. Type Portfolio 13.5.5. Key Developments 13.5.6. Strategies 13.6. Grundfos 13.6.1. Company Snapshot 13.6.2. Overview 13.6.3. Financial Overview 13.6.4. Type Portfolio 13.6.5. Key Developments 13.6.6. Strategies 13.7. Valmont Industries, Inc. (Vally) 13.7.1. Company Snapshot 13.7.2. Overview 13.7.3. Financial Overview 13.7.4. Type Portfolio 13.7.5. Key Developments 13.7.6. Strategies 13.8. Xylem Inc. 13.8.1. Company Snapshot 13.8.2. Overview 13.8.3. Financial Overview 13.8.4. Type Portfolio 13.8.5. Key Developments 13.8.6. Strategies 13.9. Spring (Europe) Ltd 13.9.1. Company Snapshot 13.9.2. Overview 13.9.3. Financial Overview 13.9.4. Type Portfolio 13.9.5. Key Developments 13.9.6. Strategies 13.10. Remote Control Technology 13.10.1. Company Snapshot 13.10.2. Overview 13.10.3. Financial Overview 13.10.4. Type Portfolio 13.10.5. Key Developments 13.10.6. Strategies 13.11. Others 13.11.1. Company Snapshot 13.11.2. Overview 13.11.3. Financial Overview 13.11.4. Type Portfolio 13.11.5. Key Developments 13.11.6. Strategies
CHAPTER 14. RESEARCH APPROACH
14.1. Research Methodology 14.1.1. Initial Data Search 14.1.2. Secondary Research 14.1.3. Primary Research 14.2. Assumptions and Scope
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2018.04.12 23:27 911bodysnatchers322 Transcript of George Webb Video Series Part 306 "Hillary's Leakers, Hackers, and Henchmen" [@Georgwebb / #HRCRatline]

  • >>>CONT
    • Somebody please explain to me I don't care who works for Leidos shuffle or Conceras or whoever the heck he says he works for what the heck's he doing standing next to rocket man's rocket rocket, right?
    • And wasn't here isn't Iran the same thing only for spinning Uranium
    • TF: I mean I think Trump is looking at these things I think that's why they're so pissed
    • G: Now, there's coming this week we got a couple of things we're gonna break
    • Robyn told you directly I heard her tell you that there's a famous journalist that a True Pundit, right
    • Thomas Paine will be: tell the viewing audience?
    • TF: I don't know for sure
    • G: All right well I just think Thomas Paine--you'll know his name
    • I'm not saying it'll be his real name no it'll be his real name I think
    • You're gonna know Thomas Paine pretty quick Thomas if I blew it up there I'm sorry
    • And then the other big one about Andy and financial? Do you want to talk about that?
    • TF: Just that there are some rumors about some things coming out about Andy and some financial
    • What do I want to say? What's the word? Fraud I don't know well financial struggles he's had throughout well
    • G: Well And Jeffrey Sterling I believe goes to the same law school that Andy went to
    • And that's the Contractors International of America school of Laws Sheepskins
    • I think they've known each other for a long time I think they worked in New York market
    • I think they worked in New York recruit market a long time
    • And we'll just leave it at that check out how closely paired Jeff Sterling is toAndy McCabe starting in New York 1999
    • And then of course after Jeff Sterling gets a big anti fraud case 32 million dollars in 2009, he gets shivved in the back by Andy in 2010
    • Standard operating procedure with Andy
  • Day 172.7. Trump Has Lausch Release FISA Docs Nine Hours After My US AG Video in Chicago - YouTube
    • It's day 172 not day 112
    • And this is part 9 I believe
    • Now, here's the famous Picasso where all the cop cars pile up
    • If you've ever ridden with Task Force in a car--you know what it's like to be a stunt driver on that movie
    • Anyway--I've been with one other person that drives faster
    • And--who you are that's true
    • She never breaks if she's a police officer
    • She's a have you ever driven over 150 miles an hour in a pursuit?
    • I thought you said 143
    • And they have to call out their street they have to call their street intersections
    • So that it can be
    • So so you they know you're not falsifying a police report, right?
    • Right they take you through the whole pursuit
    • And they say when did they time you out your voice came on the radio hear your piece you said your car was traveling you have to say
    • So I just turned on Jackson I just stopped passing there lied about the speed you were traveling or where you were
    • And all those right and
    • So here
    • Again, I'm just ready to stop at any
    • And at any Picasso
    • Rahm I will meet you at any Picasso anytime day or night
    • And we'll get you this Bitcoin
    • We're tired of carrying it our arm my left arm is like a foot longer
    • Now, no more carrying the Bitcoin
    • We went on a day here
    • There's if the license plate do not look at the license plate
    • We were gonna we were going to get you the Bitcoin
    • But no such luck
    • Another Picasso but no Bitcoin
  • Day 172.8. Going Underground With Rahm’s Bitcoin - YouTube
    • Day 172 this is part 10
    • And we've heard
    • Now, from Rahm's office he said that you're not gonna do not do the Bitcoin on the street level
    • So the white continental or what was that a white I think there's a white Cadillac
    • Do not give the Bitcoin directly
    • So we're going underground
    • We're gonna meet somebody--where was the drop? Jefferson--Jefferson Park is where the drop is gonna be you can clearly see where we are you can clearly see that's nine exits
    • Now, we were not given instructions on whether we should take a Chinese CTA car or an American made
    • I would feel much better with a with the no boron thing
    • We don't want
    • We're gonna take the risk we're gonna get the Bitcoin out there like
    • Apparently they did not want us to stop at Rosemont they did not want us to go to any of the Rosemont locations that was odd
    • But Jefferson Park so
    • Ok we're going there
    • So Rahm Emanuel says there's gonna be a trade war if we buy American
    • So to avoid a trade war we're going to ship all the businesses to China China China
    • I got it that that makes sense ok
  • Day 172.9. With Bernie Bridges Putting On The Gritz - YouTube
    • It's day 172 part 11
    • You're looking at the Kennedy Expressway going that way out of Chicago going Northwest
    • You are looking at a high traffic cow here on Sunday afternoon
    • You've got if you want to read it backwards you can reinstate, right? Robyn Gritz
    • That seems to be coming through it seems like you can read that
    • So maybe I reversed the camera in such a way that you can read what it says
    • But I'm going to change the perspective hey we got a long we got a hunk it actually says Robyn Gritz on the other side you'll just have to trust me I've reversed the camera angle
    • So that everyone at home can read reinstate Robyn Gritz
    • But it actually is reverse on the other side trust me trust me
    • We're gonna bring you we're gonna bring her in we're bringing in party bridges here she is
    • She's a mom in Reeboks
    • Beware of a mother in Reeboks, boy I'll tell you don't get on her bad side
    • You had now, we got Robyn Gritz up you've had Awan brothers Awan contra up your content
    • And you've had r.i.p Commander Bauer
    • We had a police officer killed off-duty
    • There goes the cars that Rahm wants made in China in China China China
    • So and most successful campaigns
    • So far Robyn Gritz has been good
    • BB: today today the second day to the hog for the waves for like 10 times more
    • G: And then of course we've had Awan Contra and a spy ring in Congress spy ring in Congress
    • Ask Debbie
    • DNC is not located in Moscow
    • And then DNC is not located in Moscow
    • And the other one we've had is RIP Commander Bauer who was a very brave police officer
    • Task Force heard about that kind of--had that moment
    • And she said when the officers are gonna go to the Caprice they're're gonna give the widow her the sign the banner you made
    • And then also moto book of all the all the cars
    • {{ 911: Let HER talk George, Dammit! }}
    • And all the people who honked on the way to Commander Bowers Widow
    • And her family
    • And that's really a very nice thing we're gonna go to a roll call she's going to go to a roll call what what precinct is he in 18th district 18th district
    • So thank you to all of our police officers thank you to Task Force as a representative for state and local police officers
    • Thank You Robyn Gritz our Federal law enforcement
    • You're bringing integrity back to law enforcement
    • And Thank You Bernie Bridges
    • BB: My Pleasure
  • Day 172.10. Saberi’s Dad Is Iran Nuke Expert - Metadata Screams Iran Nuke Deal - YouTube
    • It's day 173 this is gonna be 13
    • One of the great things about being here at Hearst Castle we have tremendous resources we have hundreds of researchers constantly combing over everything that Task Force and I uncover
    • Actually no that's not true Task Force herself does all the research and does all their liaison work now with law enforcement, including the new Robyn Gritz contact, which is awesome
    • And what we learned about well first of all I want to say that everything seems to fit when you have you're on the truth
    • If you really think that let's say Jeff Sterling knew Andy McCabe in law school
    • And then you used a Jeff Sterling to make the deals about Uranium
    • And get the centrifuges into Iran and you had a secret program
    • And then all of a sudden when it became public then you just stabbed him in the back
    • And sacrificed him every time that happened?
    • Well that's exactly what happened twice in the Iranian program
    • The first one was at a nuclear facility that called NAT ANTS
    • Now, you can think of NAT Turner's revolt you can think of ants with Woody Allen the Disney animated feature
    • You can think of the NAT the little gnat
    • And then the ants
    • And then you can think of the worm the Stuxnet worm that took them down Mount Prospect going by salute them
    • So so they discovered that facility
    • And all of a sudden--somebody gets lit up as a sacrificial lamb
    • The same thing happened again, in nucleic ANSI the rise of the number of centrifuges I think at the first time they hit 3000 was around 2007
    • But it takes a steep rise from there until 2009 when again, somebody Western leaders discover a new facility called for Dow
    • For Dow you can think of it like well this is for Dow because Dow wants to make a lot of money
    • Now, these are Siemens reactors for the most part
    • There's one called an IR1 let's just think of Iran's first reactor right
    • And then there's one called an IR 8, which is like 8 times as efficient as the IR one that they're putting in now,
    • So so I don't want to make everybody nuclear experts
    • But is that why Jeffery is that why Jeffrey Sterling gets shivved in the back by Andy McCabe?
    • Was that the plan really since 1999 because Saberi looks like she's recruited in New York potentially by Sterling
    • And guess what? Task Force just found?
    • Tell us about the father in North Dakota atomic energy organization of rent
    • Yeah PhD in Iran for the atomic Iran Atomic Energy Commission
    • And this is what makes me here we'll just do a little quick
    • So Barry yeah and
    • << TF is too low volume to transcribe >>
    • So here's the thing is people these kids get sent over they think they're on this mission or that mission
    • But then who knows
    • But you have a lot of things just keep lining up
    • Farsi, Iran, I mean a meeting with Mark Lambert the Russian wife it was almost like
    • And then all the croup Knicks managing the rat lines
    • And then the too farsi speaking daughters
    • And I immediately thought of the same thing when I thought in the Google shooting with the Farsi transvestite kid--and I'm thinking what the heck is going on here
    • It's just everything keeps pointing to Iran
    • But the two big things here to really look at are: just metadata how everything kind of points to Iran Iran nuclear program
    • Uranium One looks like the bookend on the front end 2009
    • And the other bookend seems to be the Iran deal of 2015
    • If you just keep those two dates in mind
    • And about a 2013 inflection point where they just really increase their centrifuges, you have the beginning, middle, and the end as your Euripides would say
    • I believe Europe it he said every story should have a beginning in the middle and an end and Mark Twain said the same thing
    • But not necessarily in that order I don't know if that's true or not But anyway those are the little asides that bother people so much
    • But and sometimes I lose my train a lot when I do those
    • But the key is Piketon I'm going into Piketon
    • I'm going to speak to two informants in the town just before Piketon a couple of hour an hour away
    • And I'm speaking to an informant police officer first
    • Second informant is somebody at the plant
    • Now, now you've been talking quite a bit to people at the Piketon Plant
    • And that's a whole bunch of research that's coming
    • But the 2009 they start shutting it down
    • And then 2013 there was this big promise of reopening the plant, getting the plant going with the new centrifuges, and then all sudden all the money got gifted, but no centrifuges
    • Did those go to Iran did the old 2009 when it got decommissioned was that the first big shipment to Iran, and then the big regeneration of Piketon: was that the second big shipment?
    • We don't know, but we're just looking at those three key dates, and starting to match metadata on 2009 when Hillary starts 2013 when she's about ready to finish
    • So she's got to get her deals done in that 2015, as Kerry is finishing the deals off with what? Blackberries
    • With what? State Department Gmail accounts, the illegals Gmail accounts
    • With what? One two three Dropbox to a Pakistan
    • With what? Containers that AQ Khan uses to ship stuff
    • And we just did another deal with the Iranian Iraqi nuclear scientist Jafar for the port of Wilmington
    • Everything just keeps screaming Iran nuclear Iran nuclear deal Iran nuclear deal
  • Day 173.1 Was Gritz About To Break Open Awan Contra? - YouTube
    • It's day 173
    • And just to recap of yesterday was it was another big day
    • Ten videos started out with the Gritz fundraiser again, we're up to about thirty three thousand dollars now,
    • Of course I have no part whatsoever to do this
    • This is really to just provide a level of confidence for Robin she's currently employed a lot of times employers don't like people to come forward as a whistleblower, especially against the FBI
    • So this gives every dollar lets Robyn basically be more honest about actually what's happening inside this cabal
    • This is McCabe, Brennan cabal to affect change
    • And this is really our whole democracy we don't get this kind of CIA death grip on the throat of American democracy or constitutional republic whatever what-have-you it's not going to get any better
    • So unless we support the people that are being very courageous and coming forward, it's really all for naught
    • We could have all the discussions in Congress that we want
    • The permanent seat of Government really is the FBI and the CIA by extension
    • So we talked a little bit about the Gritz files in the first episode what we're really talking about is all the cases
    • And how it kind of pieces together the Iran deal by looking at the career of Robyn Gritz you can kind of get some great metadata in taking apart the Iran deal over the last since the year 2000 I would say
    • And of course. we had a couple of episodes where we reacted to the episode with a Jason and Quinn--musing that I lived in a Hearst Castle Museum...
    • Oh No it's true this Hearse have a summer home here in Chicago, but I trust trust me it's not here
    • There was some good things that came out of that which was Quinn talked about my dad's invention, and the whole idea of a repeater, which became kind of the cell tower, which made you think of Iridium, it made you think of Nellie Ohr, it made you think of Imran Awan
    • It made you think of Muhammad Muhammad Awan having a company called Blue Sky Link for Iridium it made you think of Blackberry and BlackBerries Iridium phones
    • And Iridium stations
    • And managing ratlines
    • So in a sense it just kept it all this kind of noise or whatever keeps pointing back at the fundamentals of our channel
    • And also you think of Muhammad Tahir Awan
    • And you think of Space Eyes, and Channel logistics and Al Waleed
    • And all those things that were put together in brahim all those things were put together to manage this ratline going to Pakistan
    • So it's kind of good every time even though it's a little bit of noise, but some there was some signal there to
    • Quinn especially provided a lot of signal as far as radio technology goes
    • Of course we kidded about the Patty Hearst being in in our basement here
    • But again, it reminds us of the NXIVM cult in San Francisco
    • And how they were bringing how the old bootleggers kind of became the new drug runners
    • So if we follow those old bootleggers rat lines, the old Capone ratlines, kind of leads us right to today's current drug ratlines, which is which is helpful and instructive
    • Coming through here in Chicago coming through Montreal in Canada coming through the West--where it kind of migrated
    • Where that Nexium Seagram's fortune kind of migrated across the United States during Prohibition
    • And those same drug racket lines are still in place of course Cuba to Florida being a famous drug ratline and bootleg ratline as well
    • We quickly went into drilling down on the Gritz files though for for these centrifuges
    • And we've kind of looked at these key steps along the way in the development of the Iranian nuclear program
    • They had an IR one which that did a certain efficiency up to about 3,000 centrifuges in 2007
    • Then the program kind of took off with these new reactors or new centrifuges which you could do double the amount of Uranium
    • These IR2s then we went into IR4s
    • And even though we had events like Stuxnet--public events--what was really happening was different groups are coming out and exposing these different facilities
    • First this one here at [NATANZ]
    • And then the second one here at [FORDOW]
    • And as these were being exposed, it kind of forced the FBI to come forward, and say, "hey we did something"
    • Well it turns out that the one-fifth of the reactors or excuse me the centrifuges they took out we're probably these old ones that were failing anyway
    • And they were putting in four times more productive centrifuges while doing that
    • So again, it was kind of a little bit of a shell game
    • Now, we're putting in the IR8s which are at least eight times more efficient up to twenty times more efficient
    • So the Iran deal that says that they're reducing from 20,000 to 14,000 centrifuges is really another shadow, shell game, because they're eight times as efficient as the old IR1s
    • So we learned a little bit about centrifuges--that was kind of good
    • We learned a little bit about Saberi, the Robyn Gritz case going to the Gritz files and how this woman went over and studied in Iran
    • But then also how her father was involved in the nuclear industry
    • Was she a cover a go-between because she was caught with classified information in Iran
    • And also the father being involved in the nuclear industry--was that the go-between--was that the channel--was that the funnel?
    • Was Robyn Gritz getting close to that? with her team in Tehran
    • Is that why she got yanked out by Gaddis? Is that why?
    • We we stopped in at Loop Capital because it's always Loop Capital we'll go a little bit forward here it's always fun to stuff in a Loop Capital, and they have this crazy art
    • And I don't know if people seen it up close, but they have this crazy art in the Denver Airport
    • I think of the CIA's old play with Black Panthers, and trying to migrate that to kind of the Black Muslim movement, and how that really didn't go very well, and they had to kind of shut it down with Malcolm X...
    • And kind of made the shift to bringing a kind of Muslim radical into the United States, kind of take over the port cities, and then the major inland ports as well
    • And this kind of--artwork here at the Denver Airport kind of shows that that
    • This these flower of these use--she'll die by this is not Islamic sword here
    • There will be a great gnashing of teeth will have to use--automatic weapons if need be
    • There'll be a lot of innocents that die
    • But we'll be sure to Fentanyl them
    • And the our squad will have a lot of fun before they die
    • It'll be this gnashing of teeth
    • But then out of that will come kind of this rebirth
    • And then we'll have the--the society as we want it
    • And this is Loop Capital's artwork in the Denver Airport
    • There's no other reason to have these panels in this kind of progression, other than just tell that kind of story
    • There is no other explanation
    • But it's a very logical explanation
    • We took a little bit of look at Raisa Sabiri the father
    • And then the potentially Saberis brother being in the nuclear industry
    • And being kind of nuclear go-betweens we'll get more into that story later
    • And finally I'll finish off with Robyn Gritz here almost a $33,000
    • That number was almost a number was about seven sixteen thousand seven hundred
    • We've got here about five days ago
    • So we're very happy with that but again, if we really want to shame take advantage of the one chance we have a unhooking the Cabal of McCabe and Brennan
    • Here's our chance
    • We can't have an economic sort of Damocles hanging over Robyn's head all the time
    • If she had more confidence in the in this go rainy day fund, she could do even more in terms of taking down this this cabal
    • This cabal that tried to overthrow the president
  • Day 173.2. Getting Too Close On Awans? Gas a Town. - YouTube
    • Hey day 173 this is part 2 sears tower behind us what if you put an antenna on that I bet you could talk to them you could talk to them pretty easy
    • I think the phones are a little bit lighter than this, but not much back in 1973
    • But this morning obviously the false flag in Syria seems like everyone's jumping and taking the bait with Trump and Mattis
    • And everybody no nobody's verified anything yet every network is saying war war war
    • What are your thoughts Task Force?
    • TF: my thoughts are this is exactly peat of what happened last time that chemical attack happened
    • Right when... why would Assad now, use chemical weapons when the president's talking about pulling out
    • Y-yeah he's deescalating---that it makes no logical sense that happened the exact last time
    • G: And Mike Morell strikes again, with Gouta and Allepo
    • TF: And the chemical weapons that Hillary Clinton was a part of moving from Libya to Syria. People need to think about that
    • G: This series does not repeat itself
    • But it sure does rhyme
    • I remember doing the story on Shifa Gardi, the story on Serena Shim, the story of Vanessa Beasley the story on--all the seem for some reason only the women can tell the truth
    • I don't know what the heck's the story here with the journalists
    • But no no verification whatsoever, and all of a sudden it's Putin's fault
    • Trump as well: I mean he jumped in on the bandwagon
    • So I think they've got to get inspectors in there, and look at the chemical signatures, and the TAGGANTS before Andy gets into the evidence room--
    • I knew this would probably happen you close in on the AWANS, and then false flag
    • It just it just seems that's the whole way through this investigation
    • TF: Right and also Donald Trump makes moves that are for on behalf of America, in trying to pull our troops out of kind of crazy stuff and calm the situation down, and you have the automatic false flag, and then you get the Senators that all want war jumping on the bandwagon
    • G: immediately, almost like they were lined up for a school photo shoot
    • TF: exactly this happened last time
    • We even have pictures of John McCain over there and there's now, a picture that was released today of John McCain, Lindsey Graham, and Marco Rubio over there
    • G: With a Syrian emergency Task Force, can you believe it? SEFT, not sift, not sift Americans all of their money
    • But SEFT
    • And here's this guy named what is his name Musa Musa?
    • TF: And then Marco Rubio is holding their flag
    • G: Yeah it's nice to see Marco holding the flag
    • And also it reminds me so much of the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights you always want that guy being an oil executive from five generations of oil families, picking out who are the really cute kids at the white helmet shelter for the White House to go in
    • Again, I think we're gonna get a whole nother round of white helmets
    • TF: Right. it's a it's an exact repetition
    • G: Is George Clooney getting this hair combed right now, ready for another white helmet shoot?
    • TF: Probably win another oscar for...and it's already been exposed by many journalists at the white helmets are actually--they're fake they're going in and taking these children << G: Sid Blumenthal's Son>> Right these orphans are hiding in--basements, and they're being trafficked
    • G: And if you're if you're an ugly kid, get ready to be an organ donor
    • Well I tell you what: I knew what would happen sooner or later as we closed in on the Iran
    • Oh by the way Iran says they're going to start enriching again,
    • We're not way ahead of the news anymore only slightly ahead of the news here on the George Webb and Task Force Channel
  • Day 173.3. Looping By Q’s Loop Capital - Depleted Uranium Up! - YouTube
    • It's day 173 were walking down little Wall Street here of course you'll see the Federal Reserve not FedEx not Memphis FedEx, which is going to take over 1999 all that or 2001 actually
    • All the all the deliver or Parcel Post deliveries
    • But you're gonna see the Federal Reserve there
    • You wonder when you start a war like a Gulf of Tonkin or whatever excuse you have for war, you wonder who profits from the war
    • I would guess loop capital
    • I don't know about all the investments of loop capital
    • I just know about the crazy artwork that they have in the Denver Airport with--Arabian swords cutting flowers to ribbons next to the dead little girls with lilies on their chests in a coffin
    • I'm guessing that's some interpretation of like the Rites of Spring or something it's hard to say
    • But anyway here we are we'll go around the corner it's hard not to loop by loop capital and check on your investments
    • You wonder how is white phosphate doing today?
    • How are my shares in depleted Uranium down there in Tennessee?
    • Doing it Aerojet?
    • How's my club k containerized weapons, all a whole hole weapons system?
    • How's that and those investments doing?
    • Can we get can we get a few more orders of oh let's say reused ak-47s from battlefields all over the world from the Granges?
    • Can we call Sid Blumenthal, and make sure we get a Navy hospital ship
    • So we can start brokering that there's all sorts of investment opportunities that we wanted to remind you all about
    • Here as we loop by loot capital we've got snow still in the outfield at Wrigley Field this morning on opening day
    • And that is not gunfire, just people working
    • But you can make money on gunfire, can you not?
  • Day 173.4. Priestap Buddy In Charge Of FISA Doc Release - YouTube
    • Ok here we are 173 point four
    • And you are in Federal Plaza right here
    • And you may have correctly surmised that actually you by the reflection in the window, I'm standing next to the Calder--it's not a Picasso
    • No wonder the white luxury car did not pick up my Bitcoin for Rahm
    • But you can also see within the shadow, and within a reflection of the Flamingo, you could see the Masonic symbol
    • The Masonic symbol clearly, right?
    • TF: The all-seeing eye
    • G: we've got it all
    • Just to remind you, as the US attorney, that you have a larger group to report to
    • You have an SES core group: not just SES, but a core group that you answer to
    • That you take a vow to
    • To help them among all others, forget about the temporary occupants of the White House
    • So here it is this is the Flamingo
    • I think we're at the end of the Flamingo
    • I think we should get away from this end of the Flamingo it's quite dangerous
    • So so this is Calder--it has a Picasso esque feel to it because it's contorted
    • Its contorted and cubic, a lot like our news currently
    • And this is the place if you're not tired of contortions
    • This is a place Federal center, where Attorney General Bower will be in charge of disseminating the documents that Congress has been waiting for over a year--over a year
    • But no: three million documents: we still need to mete them out, eyedropper them out, one thousand at a time
    • We need a double check triple check quadruple check you got it--what is that commercial double check with what's-his-name the coach?
    • Well I guess Andy McCabe didn't really bother about double checking when he was leaking to the Washington Post, and leaking to the New York Times, and leaking to The Wall Street Journal
    • Fusion GPS certainly didn't use a double triple or quadruple check
    • Comey didn't yeah Comey at the White House, certainly didn't have any kind of checking.
    • He just gave it to a professor in New York, and said, "hey I wonder what you could do with this privileged communication"
    • So again, but when it's them well it's then being investigated no no no double triple check
    • And worse yet Bauer I'm sorry Lausch I think of Bauer because of Lausche is such good friends with Bill Priestap, who is a co-conspirator
    • So this is almost as good as Barsoomian
    • Lisa Barsoomian being Bill Clinton's lawyer, with having Rod Rosenstein being in charge of the Trump investigation
    • TF: And Lisa Barsoomian is Rod Rosenstein's wife. LB is DOJ attorney, FBI attorney, CIA attorney, rep. Bill Clinton in impeachment and she's Rod Rosenstein's wife, who is in charge of this investigation.
    • G: She was the she was the IC the Intelligence community shot-blocker--she was the shot blocker
    • TF: She's called the FOIA stopper!
    • G: she's the FOIA stopper, she's the shot blocker
    • So we've got that conflict
    • Now, we've got another one here with Bill Priestap
    • We came down to say, if you need the help of a true FBI professional, and you can get Robyn Gritz
    • And you could bring in a 100 FBI agents
    • There's 54 here working on the documents supposedly
    • We haven't had the first 2000 documents yet
    • They say they're working from 8 a.m. till midnight
    • No no contact through the press release through the press officer yet, about the first thousand documents
    • But we'll write it out here
    • Hopefully we'll get a visit from maybe Bernie Bridges
    • TF: Yeah I think she's going to show up today
    • G: maybe Bernie bridges will have a sign saying Rao state Robert Gritz for the documents
    • Maybe we'll get some giddyup in this process
  • Day 173.5. DOJ Releases Only 3,600 Of 300K Docs - Contempt For Rosy. - YouTube
    • It's day 173 this is part five
    • And we are broadcasting live from the ostrich well actually it's a flamingo
    • But it's an ostrich because it has its head in the sand, because it's not producing the documents as quickly as possible
    • Just breaking on Fox we have 3600 documents, now, sent over to Bob Goodlatte House Judicial Committee
    • Not good enough
    • He needs three hundred thousand
    • They all have classified clearances--that's the oversight role of Congress they must immediately send those 300 thousand documents
    • We don't need to two million seven hundred thousand lunch menus added into the grist
    • Just send the three hundred thousand documents that you're required by law
    • It's been over one year over one year
    • Now, we have a lot of late-breaking things coming out of Iran
    • A lot of late-breaking things coming out of Syria
    • Your latest thoughts Task Force on the chemical attack on Saturday, and now, the response by ROMs maybe Rahm phoned in the air strike maybe--phone call
    • TF: Genie Energy
    • And it seems like they're trying to start a shooting war there was a attack on a t4 base in Middle Syria
    • Of course duma being extremely close to the old weapons of the big chemical weapons attack about four years ago, near Damascus
    • I sincerely doubt that Assad would attack its own people a few miles from his capital
    • TF: And the town is a rebel-held town, and who gave them the chemicals? Hillary Clinton did, we did, they were from Libya
    • G: And this is a golf course almost you can play out of your same divots
    • You're gonna see atropine or a TRO is it atropine atropine?
    • The chemical--what I call antidote for being handed out along with gas masks to our Isis partners
    • Putin has been through this wringer before
    • This is old school this is just another false flag
    • The immediate strike by Israel against Iran is interesting, though, because--as we talked about earlier--the Iran nuclear enrichment plant program they have now, said they're going to restart
    • Why? Because even though we went from free Senator of huges in 2007 up to 20,000 during the Clinton years
    • (And I'm going to call in the clinton years because she was Secretary of State)
    • The agreement was to drop down 6,000 drop down 6,000 centrifuges right
    • But what was missed in that is if you like power at two you're gonna love the Iranian centrifuges IR2 double the capacity
    • IR4 quadruple the capacity
    • IR8 goes up to almost 20 times capacity
    • So the throughput was dramatically in staggeringly increased even though the total number of centrifuges on paper looks like it's going down
    • So is this shooting war by Israel gonna be the entree now, to attack Iran?
    • That's the key question here
    • Is this just a stepping stone is a serious stepping stone for the Iran thing?
    • This I believe is the beginning of Rahm actually
    • I mean to me this looks like Rahn just phoned one in to the Israeli Air Force
    • I can't believe that that Bibi Netanyahu's going along with us
    • But your thoughts?
    • TF: yeah I I can't believe they just going along as either and I just--I just think we just keep seeing this time and time and time again, and where it's--it's the rebels that we backed we armed we gave weapons to it's in documents that while Hillary Clinton Secretary of State the chemical weapons were taking it from Libya moved into Syria
    • And every time President Trump or tries to remove forces or draw down or do something for the American people, then there is this chemical attack or something to try--to start some sort of Wars
    • G: And it looks like Trump is taking a step back from the animal thing
    • And the immediate response to look a little bit more at the data
    • "We'll stay here at Faisal headquarters with the flamingo's had in the sand with the document production"
    • Will give you live updates of any documents that are produced as they are produced here at Lousche Castle
    • We're here at the Lousche castle
    • Let's not beat allow about it let's move move move
    • Let's get these documents moving if we have 54 agents working 16 hours a day
    • I say magnify that group by 10 or a hundred whatever it takes to meet your Congressional requirements
    • You can't just go on vacation for a year and then come back to a stack of paperwork, and then go well we're gonna do one paper a day no it doesn't work like that
    • That's a Congressional responsibility--separation of powers
    • Lousche it up, baby
    • Stack it up fill this building with FBI agents
    • Have ramen Robyn Gritz bring in all of our friends whatever it takes fulfill your obligation to Congress
  • Day 173.6. Margaret From #NotYourTurnToBurn in Chicago - YouTube
    • OK it's day 173 Oh our fireman is gonna join us sir come here
    • And introduce your impromptu video
    • You're a fireman from Nassau County yeah in Long Island I believe?
    • FM: Correct
    • Several friends in the 911 situation yeah friends...and you're here at a Burn Convention the American burn Association is annual convention
    • And what do you what do you hope to achieve here when you're while you're
    • FM: I'm a director of a firefighters Burn Center Foundation what we are here to learn is how better to work with the Government to get funding for us
    • How better to work with medical personnel, so we can know what sort of efforts we should getting into as far as purchasing of equipment
    • What are the needs...
    • G: have you heard of this nine one nine bill in Congress?
    • FM: No I haven't
    • G: you want to tell this fire fighter here oh yes you remember Margaret Not Your Turn to Burn from DC?
    • Well she's here in Chicago at the Chicago Hilton at the bird convention here she is
    • NYTTB: HR 919 is the portable fuel container Safety Act
    • And it is in Congress it's stuck in the Energy and Commerce Committee meeting
    • That subcommittee is headed by Robert Lada and Jan Schakowsky from Mt. Prospect Illinois
    • NYTTB: We're trying to get that bill through Congress, because we need to get it passed
    • G: let me see if I got this right: So a small container on the end of a gas can could save
    • A flame arrestor
    • Could save 4,000 kids being burned because if this keeps the gas cam from turning into a flamethrower right?
    • NYTTB: right. So Tom hadn't heard about this bill we want to make sure Tom's at least heard about
    • So first time we want our fire directors to know that HR 919 has been in Congress now, for over a year, year and a half
    • And we just need to try to move this bill along
    • And what it does is it says Consumer Product Safety Commission you've got to protect consumers, because OSHA protects employees, and DOD protects military, why is it that we're letting kids in school and all these consumers and family gatherings
    • And homes get burned to the tune of 4,000 of them a year which is unfreaking believable and
    • Now, this is a burn conference Europe obviously professional fighter fighter
    • G: And a lot of volunteer firefighters here as well as volunteer fire oh you are a volunteer
    • So thank you again, yes and we just--you just meet firefighters everywhere here and
    • So it's and I was in I was in New York during that period
    • So it was just it was much closer to the act--like a year out from that
    • So it's memories are very clear
    • So the one thing that there was a lot of surgeons here
    • There's a lot of burn surgeons here
    • NYTTB: yeah yeah the American burn Association is every quite a type of professional that works with burns
    • So it could be ot PT burn surgeons fire guys we our fire service does a tremendous amount for burn survivors and families
    • And they are a large source of hope
    • And they are there on our worst days in our darkest days
    • And they help us get back to healing and hope and surviving and thriving so
    • So so real quick you tell us about your if you're involved in a charity or a burn center that you work with just a shout out a plug?
    • FM: well the burn center we work with is our own Nassau County burn center it's in the Nassau University Medical Center
    • It's the only level one trauma center in Nassau County
    • If you are getting seriously burned in Nassau County, Western Suffolk, or Eastern Queens, that is where you are going
    • And our goal is to make sure that the level of care and the equipment there is the best that it could possibly be
    • So we engage we bring nurses here for education
    • We come here we learn about devices that we can purchase
    • And we also engage in burn education which is ties in with what Margaret is doing here--it's a lot of what we do is provide educational material to the people in our county to make sure that they do not become patients in a burn unit
    • NYTTB: I want you to show what I'm sitting on so they can understand why my hiney hurts
    • So we're gonna let her down kind of impaled upon this metal stump
    • >>>CONT
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2017.12.03 01:54 CanuckSoldier Civplayers Civ6 Revised complete ruleset

Until further notice these are the standing league rules.
Vision Statement
Welcome. Our members are Civilization franchise fans who agree to play fairly, respect others, and abide by the rules. We form a community of serious fans of the Civilization Multiplayer experience, that we call Civilization Players Leagues (CivPlayers for short). We don't quit. We don't cheat. We value good sportsmanship. In short, we love the game.
Mission Statement
The basic premise of the league is to facilitate players finding each other, who are devoted to Civilization, so they may compete in a sportsmanlike manner. Our philosophy is play hard, but play fairly. It is NOT winning at any cost. Respecting other players, no matter their skill or standings on the league, is the cornerstone of this community; treat other players, as you would want them to treat you. Especially show patience to new players that may not understand our culture or how to conduct themselves in the multiplayer world. We further encourage you to mentor new players, as they are the future of our league, just as the current veterans were once new players. Remember that you are all ambassadors for CivPlayers; your actions will make the league thrive or become extinct. The administration will take a very dim view of unsportsmanlike behaviour, such has abusing or harassing (verbally or otherwise) other ladder members or staff, or sabotaging games. This will result in penalties or possibly immediate expulsion from the league without warning, depending on the severity of the case.
Civilization Players Leagues (CivPlayers) Civ6 League, uses the Cases Myleague system to rank players against each other in friendly but often intense and exciting competitive games. Myleague provides for us a league that can be described as a “ladder” as when a player beats another player and a loss is reported, that player moved up the rungs towards the higher ranked player. The default that we use is 30% the way up but it can be changed by the Head Admin. This provides a very active league as inactive players will be jumped by other players and every two weeks (adjustable as well) inactive players are reduced in rank. This guarantees that the top players listed in the rankings are in fact the best current league players available to be challenged to a game! CivPlayers draws on a long and distinguished history of Multiplayer Civilization Gaming. Starting with the Civ3PTW Ladder, Civ3Players Ladder, and CivPlayers Ladder, all of which used the Cases Myleague System to power the Ladder league. And then due to the volunteerism of some our own players turned programmers, we designed a Glicko2 based skill ranking for Civ3/4/5. We draw on this vast amount of experience going back to 2002 the release of Civlization 3 Play the World! As we move forward with the latest edition to the family, Civilization 6!
Note: While the rules here are all the general policy rules and policies, specific “in game” rules and guidelines can be found in the #rules and guidelines channel in our Discord server https://discord.gg/qS2Q8xX
General Account Rules: Myleague http://www.myleague.com/civ6players/ 1. All players that use Civplayers services, i.e. Steam chat, Discord chat, Myleague rankings, or forums (http://www.civplayers.com/index.php?section=smf ) (and any future services). Are subject to any and all the following rules and policies, regardless if they play ranked games or unranked. By registering for even just one of our services you are agreeing to abide by all our rules and policies.
  1. All CivPlayers members must maintain a current and valid email address. This is the only guaranteed way for the Administration to contact you and for you to receive notifications and potentially resolve any game dispute problems. Any player that is found not to have a valid email will be suspended until the problem is resolved to the Administration’s satisfaction.
  2. Only one email can be used by one player. Families/friends/co-workers/students that may have the same IP due to using the same network/LAN still must use different emails. Only one account is allowed per player, regardless of how many people share an IP address. This is monitored by the Admins.
  3. Players are expected to check their league-registered email at least once every 24 hours. Failure to do this leads to administrative actions being carried out without your input and the Administration is not mandated to reverse decisions just because a player had relevant information that they failed to provide due to a lack of monitoring your email. While we may chose to use Discord chat to communicate on a daily basis this does not remove the requirement to have a valid email.
  4. CivPlayers is also not responsible if you have not configured your spam filters in your email service to allow CivPlayers emails to arrive in your inbox. Nor are we responsible if your ISP is falsely identifying our emails as Spam.
  5. No user-name will be offensive or abusive towards another league player. Including but not limited to, race, religion, sex, or political affiliation. Offending user names will be removed.
  6. Players are allowed to have only one account. The Administration will be monitoring accounts via various technical systems, to prevent duplicate accounts. Players that may have the same IP due to sharing the same network with family/friends/fellow students/co-workers will have to identify themselves to the Administrators, and cannot play games where wins will be reported between players from the same IP (de facto limiting them to playing team games on the same team). Games where hosts allow these players to play in FFA games are doing so at their own risk and the Administrators will not arbitrate any match disputes from games that ignore this rule.
  7. Do not ever reveal your password for the CivPlayers league or your Discord or Steam ID password to anyone. No Admin will ever ask you for it. Be very suspicious of any web page that asks for your password. Make it different than any other gaming league or online service which you use, and always make passwords very difficult to guess. Go to the ‘My Account’ section of the Myleague page and click on ‘Edit Password’ under My Options to change your password.
  8. To alleviate the perception that members may be quitting and rejoining the league (under the same or different user name) to avoid bad play records or avoiding reporting old losses, or avoiding punishments, members will have to wait 15 days to rejoin the league. However, we do allow our Premium members to reset their statistics at any time. This is not considered withdrawing and is allowed. At the first infraction against this rule the player is penalized with a suspension that adds up to 15 days combined with the time withdrawn. Further infractions will result in a suspension that gets extended for 7 days more. Players coming back after 15 days under a new name MUST tell a member of the Admin team in private chat that they are a returning player, and what their name is. This will be kept private information, but Admin must know who you are so that previous history of offenses can be applied to future cases if needed. All players have the right to a one time stats reset during their time on the league
General Account Rules: Steam http://steamcommunity.com/groups/civplayers
  1. All players (in good standing) must use the Civplayers Leagues Discord chat to manage games. This entails starting the games in Discord chat, staying in Discord chat during the entire game, and monitoring Discord chat when you or another player drops. So that players can easily help a dropped player and that player can use Discord chat to rejoin(via Steam Group Chat) the game on the host or other player to get back into the game.
  2. Your Steam name must match your registered Myleague name, and be very similar if not identical to your Discord name. Discord name can have Clan or CPL tags.
  3. Access to the discord/steam chat is a privilege though and not a right, any poor behaviour in chat can lead to being kicked from chat temporarily, being server muted, being given the Silent role, having a temporary chat ban, and finally a permanent chat ban. These can be used for actions in discord/steam chat or actions in general on Civplayers, such as cheating in a game etc. And of course if you can’t come into discord/steam chat, you can’t play league games of any kind.
General Account Rules: Discord https://discord.gg/ubwTNdd
  1. Players must use Civplayers Discord Voice and text chat. Though Myleague is our League’s Leader board, and de facto league, Discord is our management and communication tool to run games and manage players day to day.
  2. You can receive a current Discord invite by any staff or player, on any of our social media platforms.
  3. Discord tools such as listing players as Solid Hosts, League players, are used to reward players, but also players that quit are listed as Known Quitters as part of our disciplinary tools. Discord chat is also a privilege not a right and players can be temporarily or permanently banned, losing their member status that limits their ability to play league games entirely. These are used in concert with other punishments and steam options.
Rules of Conduct and Behavior for Civilization Players Forums/Chats
  1. Civplayers leagues must follow legal standards of conduct, either set by law or the Terms of Service of Discord, Steam etc, all content, comments, signatures, graphics, and remarks on these board/chats must meet these minimum standards. Anything deemed inappropriate will be removed immediately. This includes the Off-Topic forum, though a slightly less restrictive environment will be in place there. Please note that avatar images and animations must also follow this rule.
  2. Please be (relatively) polite and civil to each other at all times. Joking around is one thing; pointlessly smearing someone in every post/chat comments because you don't like him or her is another. FLAMING is not tolerated. No personal attacks. You can criticize someone's ideas or actions, but not their parentage nor self-worth. We fully expect people to disagree frequently but rule #1 still applies. This community represents the best, brightest, and finest CIV Multiplayer experience available but treat each other accordingly. We recognize that “smack talk” is part of many players accepted behaviour in games and in our chat lobbies, however not everyone has the same tolerance, so if a player asks you to stop that is when you have crossed the line and must stop or face punishment.
  3. Spamming will be dealt with ruthlessly. Although this will be less enforced in the off-topic area, mindless post-count improvers are unacceptable. Pointless threads are not welcome here. Spamming chat is the same.. Don’t do it!
  4.  Avoid posting the same material in multiple forums. They all get read; if you have a great idea, post it in suggestions, and if you have a complaint, post it there. 
  5. If you wish to report someone of cheating or unsportsmanlike play, the proper place to do so is in a private message (or email) to an administrator. Posting the accusation in the forums or open chat lobbies and taking it to the court of public opinion will be stopped immediately, and repeated attempts will carry a penalty. (It also annoys the administrators, who are human, and therefore somewhat less likely to agree with you because you're making their life more difficult by breaking this rule.)
  6. The word of board moderators and administrators is final on board/chat conduct. If you have a problem with a decision made on these boards/lobbies, you may appeal directly to the Head Administrator (or Vice HA). Any inappropriate conduct will very likely carry a penalty.
  7. Any posts advertising competing Multiplayer leagues will be removed immediately and an immediate punishment placed upon the poster. You don't see Coca-Cola signs on a Pepsi factory, so don't advertise competing services here. Advertising non-MP Fan sites such as Apolyton, CivFanatics, WePlayCiv etc is fine. Hosting Game Rules
  8. The Host of a game has the overall responsibility for that game, and for enforcing the league rules in that game, as well as authority to decide the game settings. The host is responsible for the proper authentication of all the players in the game. If a host fails to do so and a player claims he/she was impersonated, they are given the benefit of the doubt by rules. All players in Discord with the league tag must have their steam profile linked, as players can’t fake a steam account. Any player without a steam account linked should not be allowed in games, and alert any Admin/Mod and they will remove the players League status. A host is not obliged to let all players joining a game to play; they may boot players without stating any reason. However, if a player was in the Civ6 game staging(this is not the same as the Discord voice chat channels) for 10 minutes or more booting the player may result in a suspension up to 7 days for the host. If a player was staging for 10 minutes or more it is considered unsportsmanlike and rude to boot the player, especially when no explanation is given.
  9. Any game where all players playing are league players should be considered a league game unless otherwise stated at the beginning of the game. All league games are private, and only available via the hosts profile or our Steam Group chat by joining on the host.
  10. In all league games all conditions of play must be agreed on at the start of a match by all players. Once the game begins no rule changes are allowed unless unanimously agreed to by all players. The player agrees to the game conditions and rules by checking in his civilization in the Civ6 game’s staging room. These settings will reflect the Discord @CPL Gamebot if/when it is used, and when used players agree to the settings as voted and posted by the GameBot. It is every player’s obligation to check the rules themselves; the claim that the settings were wrong is no valid reason to decline a game. The only exception to this is a malicious ‘last second change’ of settings by the host; the burden of proof is on the accusing player.
  11. If the host crashes and fails to re-appear within the ten minutes time limit, or if the host is eliminated from the game, the game (Civ6) will auto designate a new host, this player automatically assumes all the responsibilities of the original host, although if there is majority consensus of the remaining players in the lobby that a particular player should host and that player consents then the game should be relobbied the turn of the disconnect (or in the case of a disconnect during turn over relobby to the previous turn) with the newly agreed host.
  12. While most regular games are organized in Discord Chat "on the fly" by players that are currently in the chat, at some point you may want to challenge a specific player in order to move up the Myleague standings more quickly than you would by playing low or medium ranked players. This is called a Formal Challenge. Formal Challenges are available to the top 100 players. Players have 14 days to complete the challenge or after three failed FC’s Myleague will drop the rank of that player. The Administration will also report the game if we deem one player (in most cases the challenged) is at fault for avoiding the FC. The Admins will also assign further punishment as deemed appropriate. Any problems with players in a FC should be emailed or pm’d to an Admin well before the end of the 7 days, so they can take action as after the 14 days has expired there is nothing they can do.
  13. Modified game rules, maps and/or programs or tools that enable a player to manipulate the game are not eligible for league play. Any match where such conduct is suspected will be invalid and any players suspected may be penalized for cheating. The standard penalty is a suspension for 14 days; the suspension may reach 30 days in severe cases. The HA(or Vice HA’s) may authorize even longer suspensions and bans on case by case serious offenses.
Taking part in a game
  1. Players must make every reasonable effort to complete a game once it has begun. The game is considered to have begun once all players are checked in, or after a Draft civ pick if that is the method done, and the host launches the game. It is not considered acceptable to leave a game because you don't like your start, your prospects of winning, or because a better game becomes available. This can spoil the game experience for the others remaining in the game. Also players should know they are able to dedicate several hours of playtime, or they shouldn't start the game.
a. If you quit (leave/drop) a league game, whatever the reason, you will have a loss reported on Myleague to every player left in the game at the time you quit. As you will finish last or near to last if there is more than one quitter. This is for FFA ranked games of any sort. For team games if you quit you not only report a loss to the winning team, but also to every member of your team, to compensate them for losing because of you and the reports they have to make.
b. For an all league game, you must wait until turn 65 to ask for a vote on you no longer being relevant to the game. A majority vote by the players will decide. Before turn 65 you may ask, and it is a unanimous vote to allow it. If the answer is No, you may ask again in 20 turns. You may automatically choose to leave the game if you have lost your Capital or 2/3rds of your cities. If you leave the game un-expectantly, for any reason you will be deemed to have broken the rules and be moved to the Known Quitters list on the first offense, to get of that list you have to demonstrate by playing and completing a number of games, posted in “#rules and guidelines” and “#suspended players” channel to have the tag removed. Players that continue to quit will be suspended on an increasing scale of punishment eventually being banned.
  1. On the Myleague site, losers report. (http://www.myleague.com/civ6players/standings/report-loss/ ) In an FFA, Always War or Full Diplomacy, players report a loss to every player than finishes ahead of them in score, or if a Victory condition is met that Player is #1 and all other players follow by score. In a duel the loser reports. And in a team game, all players on the losing team report a loss to every player on the winning team. Note: At this time, Administrators are reporting all games for the league and recording them in Discord Ranked Games History channel. Please report all game results to the Discord Ranked Games Reports channel and the Admins will report them to Myleague.
  2. Ties in a FFA or teamer can happen. In a tie the two players simply don’t have loses reported against each other. In a Duel game in the rare instance that it is tied on the last turn or time limit, the two players will play one more turn, and the score on the very next turn decides the winner.(or multiple turns until the game gives a points spread). Same thing happens in a tied team game. Ties other than this are gentlemen’s agreements and are not supported by the rules, and the Admins will not moderate disputes based on tying, if players cannot agree the game is call on score or continues. Players can not tie for first place by any means.
  3. Not joining a ranked reload is considered quitting. The standard penalties for quitting games are listed in #rules and guidelines channel. The realities of the game and the Internet cause player's computers to freeze, lag out, or crash thus involuntarily disconnecting them from a game. Because of the length of time and commitment involved in a typical game of Civilization, to be fair, and to promote good sportsmanship, we have a 3 drop policy. Each player (including the host) gets three penalty-free disconnect from the game. After the 3rd drop the host can refuse to let you back in the game, the host has the final authority on that decision. You have 10 minutes to rejoin the game without penalty. If someone leaves a game (for whatever reason), the remaining players have the right to either continue playing the game, scrap the game, concede the game, or allow a substitute after the 3rd 10 minute waiting period has passed, or if the player doesn't return within any of the 10 min waiting periods. All these options require a majority vote by the remaining players, lead by the Host. A substitute should be of comparable skill. A substitute is considered comparable if he/she is within 15% of the skill of the other player. In a team game, the two captains have to agree that a substitute is fair, but the 15% will be the overriding factor. In a non-team game, it requires a majority vote of all remaining players. If the players cannot agree to scrap, concede, or to allow a substitute, the game must continue to its conclusion without the missing player(s)
  4. If there is a dispute concerning fault following a dropped connection, the host shall ask every player what they saw, and then announce a final determination to grant reprieve or assign the drop. At the host's discretion, based on circumstances and length of game, the host can grant reprieve beyond the three drop rule. While the three drop rule is the default league policy, players may choose to discuss alternatives and may agree at the start of their league game on how the winner is determined and exactly what to do if the game crashes. The host and players may agree on a different policy than 3 drops.
  5. Sometimes due to connection, software, or human errors, or game bugs, a game cannot be finished. Players have to reassemble in the game lobby, and either agree to report losses based on points held at the time the game ended (if there is a clear winner), or agree to a rematch, at a future time. To end such a game prematurely, referred to as ‘scrapping a game’, before turn 30 a 2/3rd majority can scrap a game if there are technical problems with the game. After turn 30 scrapping a game requires a nearly unanimous "all but one" vote. Before scrapping a game, players should make multiple efforts to fix the problem including re-hosting the game, using alternate saves, etc. Any other behaviour than merely calling a vote on scrapping that may urge the other players to abandon the game – such as lagging on purpose, quitting before the vote has been fully carried out, or pressure other players to agree to a scrap – is considered an attempt to force a scrap. Attempting to force a scrap may result in a suspension for up to 30 days.
  6. Games can be ‘conceded’ only by the following votes. Before turn 60, a unanimous vote, turns 61-85 and All but One vote, and turn 86 plus is an All but 2 vote(all but 2 will never apply to 5 man games). In any case in a FFA, the top player has no vote in the decision. And player 2 and 3 still have a veto. In team games, the team captain or any other player starts a vote within the team whether to concede or not. It requires a majority vote on the team considering conceding for that decision to pass. 50% is not a pass it must be greater than 50% for the number of players in the team present in the game still. For Players who just leave or quit a game without an appropriate vote to scrap or to concede will be treated as if they have lost the game and will be required to confirm a loss. Furthermore they will be penalized as quitters. When a game is conceded by unanimous vote, the order, in an FFA or team game, is simply the games score, period. Players agreeing to an informal tie must do so through ingame or discord text chat before casting their votes. Score on the turn the concede is agreed to will determine the order of the game report, no other metric or agreements can or will be made, after all players issued their vote.
  7. However tense a game situation is players should always be aware that insulting other players is not acceptable. Calling other players names and such behaviour may be penalized with a suspension up to 7 days (14 days in severe cases). The standard penalty may be remitted though if the Admin Panel judges that the infraction happened due to the game situation and was minor, it can be extended if the abuse is severe and the HA(or Vice HA) deems that the standard penalties are not appropriate. Note: All players should be aware that rule infractions involving harassment, abuse, name calling, unsportsmanlike conduct, or any potentially inappropriate conduct must be reported with evidence to CPL staff to be investigated or punished. Staff may report an infraction themselves but in doing so waive their right to participate in the staff vote on the issue.
Procedure in case of Game and/ or other Disputes
  1. It is important to note that whatever the dispute the leagues management is the final arbitrator for all disputes and the following policy applies. Every League Admin has the power to suspend a player according to the posted scale of punishment. The Head Admin (or Vice Admin in his absence) can expel a member (called banning a player). Reasons for such discipline include, but are not limited to: if they are cheating or manipulating the league in anyway, have multiple accounts, their user name is offensive, their email account becomes invalid, they are being abusive to other members excessively, they have attempted to bypass a suspension, or they have removed their steam profile from discord. The reasons for the Ban will be posted publically in #suspended players channel. The player involved will be given the opportunity to present any evidence or defense they wish. The final determination to ban a player is at the Head Admin's discretion and there is no appeal.
  2. If you think that a game was not played according to the league rules you may dispute the game report (by posting immediately in the #ranked games reporting channel in discord) and thus force review of the case by the Admin Team. This includes disagreeing with the host/player identifying you as a quitter in the game. In the case of a dispute you will be contacted by a Staff member if you are required to review the game.
  3. If you must resolve a disagreement with another player, take the discussion into a private chat in Steam or Discord. Arguing in any main chat lobby not only draws snide remarks from other players, but also makes CivPlayers look very unprofessional. If you cannot agree on a course of action file a formal complaint and let the Admin team do a proper investigation. Do not take your case to the "court of public opinion" either in our forums or back in the lobby. Administrators will make every attempt to come to a fair and just decision when reviewing disputes. League members agree to abide by the decision of an Admin. League members are encouraged to present their case for resolution but when a decision is made and ruled upon; the issue should be considered closed unless there are extenuating circumstances. Continued flaming or bashing in the game lobby, chat rooms, email, or forum will be penalized with a suspension for 7 days and, if the player used the forum for it, a suspension of the forum posting privileges for 7 days as well.
  4. If you have been penalized with a suspension of at least 7 days or a rank reduction (or in any other case the rules allow a decision by the Admin Panel) and don’t agree with the decision of an Admin, you may bring your case before the Admin Panel for a final decision. The Admin Panel generally consists of three Admins with the Head Admin (or the Vice Head Admin in his absence) as chairman. The Admin who first took the decision shall not be part of the Admin Panel in the specific case unless it would delay the decision otherwise.
  5. The Admins and the Admin Panel have to handle the cases according to the Code of Conduct for League Staff Members. The final decision about conflicts concerning a dispute ruling is not taken by the Admin Panel but by the Head Admin alone. The burden of proof is generally on the player that makes a claim that benefits him. In case the claim cannot be proven the Administration will decide against that player. The only exception to this is if there is an explicit rule stating otherwise.
  6. To communicate any problem officially to the Admins, please use the Contact Admin link http://www.myleague.com/civ6players/support/contact-admin/ Or private message an Admin or Moderator in Discord. This can be used to report anything from suspected Cheating to just suggestions to make the league better.
Other Rules
  1. The Head Admin will under no circumstances terminate the league without a 90% affirmative vote of all voting league members. Such a vote to be posted in the CivPlayers forum for no less than 21 days.
  2. For specific rules concerning different game types (such as teamers or CTONs or Epic games) please check the advanced rules which deal with these issues.
FFA Always War Rules
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2017.06.11 15:44 skeach101 So you just finished watching Dominion and now you want to get into NJPW, but you don't know what to watch next? Here is your complete newbie guide to NJPW going all the way through Wrestle Kingdom 12.

After Wrestle Kingdom 11, I made this post to help guide new NJPW fans on what to what next. I got a ton of positive feedback on it over the past several months, so I wanted to do another one following Dominion.
So, I'm sure many of you are asking "What's next?"
With NJPW being a promotion that doesn't have a weekly show for building stories, new fans might be confused, or even culture shocked by how it works going forward. You might have heard about certain shows and tournaments but don't really understand how to follow the product. If you're primarily a WWE fan, you might think that NJPW is hard to follow. However, you'll quickly learn that NJPW is actually MUCH easier to follow than WWE In addition, there is MUCH less that you actually have to watch.
I'm going to give you the run down of what comes next and some Rules of Thumb.
Rule of Thumb #1 - If it's not on NJPW World, it's not important.
If you look at the awesome /njpw subreddit run by EvanDeadlySins and ItsScubaSteve, you will see that their sidebar lists EVERY NJPW World show for the month. Here is what it looks like. Just follow that. That's all you really need to watch. www.njpw1972.com is also the official site for all your NJPW needs... including schedules.
Rule of Thumb #2 - If the show has "Road to" in it's title... it's PROBABLY skippable.
"Road to" shows are like WWE Raw or Smackdown episodes. They build to the next show, but very rarely does anything happen that's important. Now, I still like to watch them if the card looks interesting... but most have nothing but Young Lion matches (which are good sometimes) and multiman tags. You don't need to watch these unless the card looks interesting... which is rare. However, there are times where there will be a title match or something on the show. In those situations, I encourage you to watch them. anytime there is a title match, it's worth watching
Ok... well, you just told me what NOT to watch... so what should I watch?
I'm going to give you the monthly run-down all the way up to Wrestle Kingdom 12 in January.
June
MUST watch shows
Yup. that's it. As of right now, there is nothing else that you NEED to watch in June. If you want you can go back and watch the Best of the Super Junior finals since it had a 5-star match between KUSHIDA and Will Ospreay, but in regards to going forward following Dominion, there is nothing else that is MUST SEE.
Now, if you look at the schedule, there are three "Kizuna Road" shows at the end of June. I don't know if these are worth watching. If I had to guess, the Suzuki vs. YOSHI-HASHI match that they setup on the Dominion show will probably happen on one of those shows. KUSHIDA vs. BUSHI might be on there too. But as of right now, I'm going to treat those like "Road to" shows and wait and see.
July
MUST watch shows
On July 1st and 2nd, NJPW is coming to Long Beach, CA. We know that ONE of the matches is Cody Rhodes vs. Kazuchika Okada for the IWGP Heavyweight title. We also know that they are crowning the new IWGP US Champion there, which will eventually serve as the main title for the coming NJPW USA brand in 2018. These shows are going to have IWGP Heavyweight, IC title, Jr. and Heavyweight tag title matches as well. Needless to say, it'll be a MUST SEE. Both shows WILL be on NJPW World, however, if you're in the USA, Night 1 will not be live... it'll be on a delay. However, Night 1 WILL be live on AXS TV if you get that channel. If you live outside of the USA, you'll get Night 1 AND Night 1 live on NJPW World.
Then we have G1 Climax 27. This is the big tournament. THE tournament. This runs from Mid July- to Mid August. Just like BOTSJ, this tournament is a blocked round robin tournament over 17 shows. The winner earns at title shot at Wrestle Kingdom 12.
August
MUST watch shows
G1 Climax 27 continues and concludes in August. check out www.njpw1972.com or the /njpw sidebar schedule for all your viewing needs.
September
MUST watch shows
Destruction is the September tour. Last year they had three shows. I assume that they will do that again this year. Keep an eye out for those dates and cards when they are released.
October
MUST watch shows
King of ProWrestling (KoPW) is one of the biggest shows of the year, and the definitely the biggest between the end of G1 Climax and Wrestle Kingdom 12. Expect a IWGP Heavyweight title match on this show... and probably see the G1 Climax winner defend their briefcase as well.
November
MUST watch shows
This show is a smaller show, but it usually has an Intercontinental title match as the main event. It'll have some other key matches as well, and is seen as one of the last major shows heading into Wrestle Kingdom.
December
MUST watch shows
World Tag League is another G1 Climax/BOSJ-style block tournament... only this is with tag teams. The tournament takes place over the month of December. The winning team gets a title shot for the IWGP Heavyweight tag belts at Wrestle Kingdom 12.
After World Tag League, there is usually TWO "Road to" shows called "Road to Tokyodome". These are nice little shows that setup the Tokyodome. I strongly suggest you watch these, because they always seem to deliver.
After that.... Wrestle Kingdom 12 in January!
I hope this made it a bit easier to follow. If I missed anything or if you have any questions, just comment below. Going forward, we will make it a point to list all the MUST WATCH shows on our Event Sidebar so you know what is must see.
Also... here are the MUST SEE matches in NJPW history
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2015.08.04 01:18 BrantheBlessed Zulashnicat: The Painful Chains, Dwarven Prison run by Reddit

This is the new post for Dwarven Alcatraz, my attempt at the Dwarf Prison challenge, with you fine folks as the managing board of directors. Which means you get to decide what stupid stuff we have the Fortress do.
Look at the Update Section for the most recent news/statistics on the fort.
We're moving the main post to the Bay12 Forums because it's easier to keep folks updated, find it here: http://www.bay12forums.com/smf/index.php?topic=152404.0 I'll still post here, but for more realtime info easier, go there.
The challenge can be found on the wiki here: http://dwarffortresswiki.org/index.php/v0.34:Challenges#Dwarven_Prison
A summary of what we're attempting:
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Faced with rising criminal rates the king has decided to go for a zero-tolerance policy. He sent out seven dwarves to build and manage a prison to hold the worst of the worst criminals of dwarvenkind. What this means is only the initial seven Dwarves may do work, excluding things like prison labour, such as hauling items inside the prisoners area, making basic stone crafts and the like.
The twist on this challenge is that I will be playing the game by committee, you guys get to choose what direction the prison takes. Some suggestions have been made in the earlier thread and will be listed below. If you want your name in the fort post it below specifying if you want to be a prisoner, a staff member, or a Warden. If you choose to be a Warden you'll be added to the list and i'll message you when it's your go and you can inform me of any policies or projects you want me to focus on for your term as Warden.
Each year in-game a new Warden will be chosen. The Wardens are chosen from a sequential list and have almost absolute power over the prison. You need only let me know what you wish to have your Warden dictate, even to the point of overriding other suggestions and/or the rules. (Within reason, don't ruin it for others)
Each season I will post images in the imgur album and create a journal video from the perspective of the warden summarizing the goings-on of that season.
Imgur Album: http://imgur.com/a/rELnm
Journal Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLwHDG_1P2CdF8KlZ1dk0PSdOvxL9aIYZa
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Following is the list of Redditor suggestions currently in play, just post a reply to get yours added:

Prison Policy:

Anton2181: "Children should be locked in a small cell without food until only one lives. Then he will join the adults."
Derobos: "Add some of them to a military squad called "The suicide squad", who shall do nothing but train all day long. That way, when the hippie elves or the filthy gobs attack, you can just send them out there to fight them, that way, you could also end up freeing up some space, and wasting less of the kingdom's precious food!"
TheRoyalOtt3r: "Make the prisoners work in deep, dark mines. Don't let them drink too much. Food is for those who deserve it (they are in Alcatraz, they DON'T) Beds are overrated. So is sleep. The surviving inmates will burn their brothers in the magma. Rinse and repeat."
Supernamekianpenis: "Force prisoners to make stone arts and crafts, and sell the poor quality ones to the elves. Or cut down trees in a yard, sell it back to the hippies."
TheRedScareDS: "Stone mugs must be produced and sacrificed in the volcano to please Armok".

Prison Features:

TMarkos: "Your magma tube looks vaguely like Texas. You should undertake a project to make it look exactly like Texas."
Snover_98: "Make a fighting pit. A tourney against various beasts and enemies shall be held once a year."
Anton2181: "Centre their cells around a communal location and free them once every now and then to fight over a small pile of food". Derobos: "Add workshops to their cells so they can produce stuff while they're wasting away the kingdom's precious food and water. You could add something like an airlock, that way, your prison keepers can give them the materials and take out the output without them escaping."
BlueChilli: Solitary Confinement using Web spitters to trap a Dwarf assigned to a lever.
Kiyanavasala: "Make a tower out of cells, all with beautiful views of a world the prisoners within will never again enjoy."
Cullpepper: "Chicken farm. 50+ chickens in individuals rooms with doors. Each chicken chamber needs a water bucket."
dm2oo56: "Escaping Dwarven Bookkeeper, Broker + Stone Crafter" + "Recreate prison from Shawshank"
XXXXYYYYY: "Pacifier" System in each cell to neutralise uppity inmates allowing the cell to be re-used.
Aj_The_Wanderer: "Soap slip-n-slide above the volcanoe. Prisoners try to slip/slide to escape."
nomequeeulembro: "Make the prison in different levels, the deeper the level the harder the tortures".
Barskie: "Doomsday levers that send a segment of the prison crashing into the volcano.

Names:

Staff:
Prison Peacekeeper: Supernamekian
Prison Engineer: XXXXYYYY
Prison Engineer: Blue Chilli
Mason/Quartermaster: Urist "Darth" McVader
Prisoners:
Arcane Music
Torvud Cornhammer
Kiyana Vasala
Da Durdle Dude
Sinakus
Escapee: Dmium (Awaiting appropriate Prisoner)
Vitellus
Bearskie - Insane Lava-drinker
Urist McLoveSyrup - Elf-loving Hippie traitor (Dead by Magma)
Warden Lineup:
Year 1: Z'vut "Dread" Ironladles
Year 2: The Royal Ott3r
Update
Latest Journal Entry: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s7IZAmX0XiM&feature=youtu.be
Current Prisoner count: 7
Dead Prisoners: 1
Insane Prisoners: 0
Useless Children: 8 ಠ_ಠ
Times Peacekeeper owned by Honey Badger: 2
Current Game Date: 1st Granite 78th Year (Spring)
We're moving the main post to the Bay12 Forums because it's easier to keep folks updated, find it here: http://www.bay12forums.com/smf/index.php?topic=152404.0 I'll still post here, but for more realtime info easier, go there.
End Update
The original thread: https://www.reddit.com/dwarffortress/comments/3fc9w6/dwarven_alcatraz_run_by_the_people_of_the_internet/
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2015.04.07 00:03 tabledresser [Table] IAmA: I am the CTO of Joyent, the father of DTrace and an OS kernel developer for 20 years. AMA!

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Why do you call yourself the "father of DTrace"? Is Mike Shapiro (co-creator) another "father of DTrace"? Or does Mike agree with you claiming to be the father? Mike, Adam and I were the co-creators of DTrace, and each of us was invaluable in its creation. But it is also true that the original ideas at the core of DTrace were actually mine, and they pre-date my arrival at Sun: when I was an undergraduate, I sketched out my thinking for dynamic kernel instrumentation to my undergraduate advisor. His reaction (and, it must be said, my thinking as well) was that there must be some reason that this was impossible; if it could be done, it would have been done by then! When I went out to interview with Sun, I sketched out the same ideas for Jeff Bonwick, wondering why they were impossible to implement. What happened next was so important to me personally that I know exactly where I was at that moment: in Bart Smaalders' old blue van on Willow Road crossing the 101 coming back from a very nice lunch in Palo Alto. At that moment, Jeff said: "Yeah, that's a good idea, actually. You should come here and do it!" I did indeed come out to Sun to work with Jeff -- and the next year I went back to school to recruit Mike (who had been my classmate and who had stayed for a one-year Masters degree). Once at Sun, we agreed that we would work together on two big ideas: we would first work together on the debugger that Mike wanted to write (which became MDB and remains an invaluable tool that I use every day) and we would then work together on my dynamic tracing idea.
So Mike is the father of MDB even though I did a lot of important work on it; I am the father of DTrace even though Mike and Adam did a lot of important work on it. (With my apologies for the wordy response; it's very important to me that credit goes where it's due, and that I don't leave the impression that I was in any way solely responsible for DTrace!)
Wow, thanks! Wordy response is fine, as you say, credit where it's due. So you invented kernel dynamic tracing, and that's why you're the father of DTrace? Well, that isn't actually what I said. For a comprehensive treatment of related work that pre-dated DTrace, I would refer you to the Related Work section of our 2004 USENIX paper.
Hah, I wish I could understand half of that paper! It sure looks super interesting, and I'll try again to get through it. But you didn't really answer my question. You implied that kernel dynamic instrumentation was your idea, from your original reply. That's the impression I got reading it. So you invented it? Well, hopefully you can make it through the Related Work section -- it answers your question!
There is a large body of work dedicated to systemic and dynamic instrumentation. But no reference. It then mentions some other existing technologies, and references them, but not whether this all stemmed from your idea or not. But it is also true that the original ideas at the core of DTrace were actually mine, and they pre-date my arrival at Sun: when I was an undergraduate, I sketched out my thinking for dynamic kernel instrumentation to my undergraduate advisor. His reaction (and, it must be said, my thinking as well) was that there must be some reason that this was impossible; if it could be done, it would have been done by then! You give the impression that you invented kernel dynamic instrumentation. Is that correct? Note that I haven't read all the references at the end of the paper yet; did you mean the answer is in them? You started off asking why I am the "father of DTrace"; with that question answered, you shifted to try to force me to make a broad claim that I have in fact never made. I have pointed you to our (peer reviewed) review of related work circa 2004; you have refused to accept it -- and (for reasons unclear) you are now persisting in trying to force this strangely broad claim upon me. If you have a direct question to ask -- presumably stemming from some way in which you or your kin feel slighted by history -- please ask it. Absent such a direct question, I'm going to consider your question answered...
Back before containers were all the rage and there were things like userspace linux and openvz and the like, I'd have friends of mine who were Solaris fans swear up and down that zones were Just Better, but never explain why. Now Linux has cgroups and namespaces for things like network stacks and process trees and things like Docker are using them to do better containers and Solaris folks still swear up and down that Zones are Just Better, but I can't find a technical explanation as to what makes them better. As a Solaris person who swears up and down that Zones are better than anything in Linux, can you explain what about the implementation of Zones makes them superior to using cgroups, namespaces, etc.? Yes, that's a great question. At the highest level, I would say the difference is that Zones -- like the FreeBSD Jails that inspired them -- are a first-class, kernel-level primitive for containment and virtualization. Linux, by contrast, lacks such an in-kernel construct; Linux "containers" are actually higher-level primitives built on the low-level mechanisms you mention: cgroups and namespaces. The problem is that these two mechanisms are necessary but not sufficient for true containment -- and they essentially represent iterative, evolutionary approaches to the problem. The catch is that OS-level containment actually necessitates revolutionary change -- something that Linux has really struggled with (witness the inability to absorb DTrace, ZFS, anything like SMF, etc.). So, for example: namespaces have only had "user namespaces" (namely, the ability to have a container be in an orthogonal UID space) since 3.8 -- long after Linux was claiming to have containers. To those of us for whom security is an absolute constraint (and to those of us for whom running root in a container is a constraint on the problem), this iterative approach is deeply troubling. Linux containers are now in a bit of a catch-22 in that they aren't really being deployed in multi-tenant, internet-facing environments due to security concerns -- but because they aren't deployed in such environments, it's hard for them to earn the trust necessary to be deployed there in the first place. (That is, it's a bit of a "you first" problem.) By contrast, the deep approach that we took in Zones (and the fact that they have been deployed in multi-tenant, internet-facing production systems for nearly a decade) gives the confidence that this Zones are a trusted, secure containment mechanism -- and explains why so many of "us" swear by them.
Thanks for the detailed response! I'll take a look at that presentation! My understanding is that zfs isn't in Linux because the GPL doesn't play nice with the cddl, rather than a technical limitation. But your point is well received. Also, good luck with Triton. Looks neat. Well, Andrew Morton infamously dismissed ZFS as a rampant layering violation, so I wouldn't be so quick to conclude that the lack of ZFS in Linux is purely a licensing concern. (Indeed, the uncontested presence of ZFS on Linux gives the lie to the licensing FUD.)
What are your thoughts on the io.js fork of Node.js? As I have written before, the power of open source is the power to fork. In that regard, I view forks in open source as the framers of the United States looked to states: as laboratories for experimentation that contribute to a healthy union (and see my earlier response for my perspective on how this has been essential to Linux). That said (and, to continue with the constitutional analogy, to make the federalist argument), total decentralization can approach chaos -- and projects with similar (but spuriously different and unmergeable) forks can undermine their shared community (viz.: MySQL). So while I believe in forks, I also believe that it behooves their initiators to clarify (and contrast) their principles.
So where does that leave io.js with respect to node.js? I can't speak for io.js, but I can speak for the principles that we have for node.js. We believe that node.js is and should be an enterprise-grade substrate for modern services: debuggable, observable, stable, reliable, and high-performing. We also believe that the goals for node.js transcend one company, and that the project therefore needs to be led by a foundation -- which we at Joyent are actively advancing. To the degree that our principles don't represent the principles of others (and that isn't a value judgement: not all of the world is a production system), a fork may be healthier than having endless smaller conflicts that actually represent deeper rifts.
I like that analogy, thanks for the reply, Bryan! When you're done with the AMA, might you be able to paraphrase that analogy and send it to me in the form of a pull request? Link to github.com. Yes, will do -- a bunch of interesting thoughts in there!
As the father of DTrace, how do you think the prospect of the DTrace? Do you have any new feature plan for DTrace? What do you think of Oracle's porting DTrace on Linux? I think the prospects of DTrace are pretty good -- I certainly still use it every day. ;) The most important immediate direction for DTrace is its (true) arrival in Linux via Triton -- and making sure that esoteric features like USDT providers and (more challengingly) ustack helpers can work on Linux binaries. (We've done the former; we're working on the latter.)
In term's of Oracle and DTrace: it remains true that Oracle's port is the most complete -- and it's also the only one that is (or indeed, can be) closed source. That Oracle has left their port proprietary is classic Oracle: willful disregard for the social contracts of open source, or for the legacy of Sun. (And indeed, had they not bought Sun, this act would violate the license of DTrace.) Leave it to Oracle to pioneer new shades of mendacious behavior!
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2014.12.21 20:31 Hash0196 Virtus.Pro vs. Winner of Reason/Penta BO5(VP 1 map advantage 21.12.14 22:00 CET

Links: HLTV CSGL Strawpoll
Repost cause of epic title
Match Information
Date: 21st of December
Time: 22:00 CET
Tournament/League: Acer A-Split Invitational
LAN/Online: LAN
Maps: BO5 (VP has 1 map advantage)
Virtus.Pro: Snax, Neo, TaZ, byali, pasha
Reason: Acillion, Friis, SMF, MSL, Hunden
Penta: kRystal, r0bs3n, nex, fe1ix, Spidii
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2014.12.21 19:33 InstantC0ffee Reason vs. Winner of Mouz vs Penta BO3 21.12.2014 7pm CEST

Reason vs. Penta BO3 21.12.1014 7pm CEST
Links: HLTV CSGL
Match Information
Date: 21st of December
Time: 19:00 CET
tournamentt: A split
LAN
Maps: Cache, Overpass, Inferno
Reason: Acillion, Friis, SMF, MSL, Hunden
Mouz ChrisJ, Legija, Allu, Gob b, Tabsen
Penta kRystal, r0bs3n, nex, fe1ix, Spidii
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2014.07.31 17:53 Meph248 Masterwork - Human Test Version 0.3

Hello everyone. :)
After I posted the last version I disappeared for a while, giving people time to test the humans. I am back on modding since a week now, on day 23 of 30. So in one week from now I will release the next update, with the human race playable, a few new GUI features, more control over graphics, bugfixes and a unified and up-to-date manual.
The update will not include DF2014, as dfhack has not yet been updated to work with it.
Today I did upload a new test version of the humans, and they are very much done. The entire groundwork, creature, entity, items, buildings, reactions, its all there. Only Garrison and Hall of Knights is empty, these are the two newest additions to the todo list. I would be very grateful if people could come by, have a look, test a bit and report back. For this purpose I left some free reactions in the "distillery", which give you unlimited boulders, blocks, coins and trade licences.
You can find the daily devlog here: http://www.bay12forums.com/smf/index.php?topic=139518.0
And the general human-mode discussion here: http://www.bay12forums.com/smf/index.php?topic=137690.405
And the download for the test version here: http://dffd.wimbli.com/file.php?id=8735
In case you have no idea what all of this is about: Masterwork is a large mod with multiple races that play completely different. Humans are the newest addition and race #7. They rely heavily on trade, have a very complex guild system and unlock new technologies by paying for it in gold coins.
Some of the features include cannons, very powerful siege engines with 85 tile range that shoot across z levels... A tavern that lets you hire RPG characters like warriors, barbarians, mages, clerics and more... 12 different Guilds that upgrade 5 times and unlock a new building each time. Thats 60 buildings!... Renting out merchant stalls to 10 different races, giving you access to part of their tech. Be it necromancy from Warlocks, summonings from Succubi, gadgets from Gnomes...
Hope you have fun. :)
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2014.01.09 01:53 huisme (Hopefully) Final List of Primitive Bow Designs

Most primitive bows are built with character, meaning that the inconsistencies in the wood call for a break in uniformity to maintain functionality. This includes compensation for knots, reflex and deflex in the stave, twist, 'snake' or side-to-side curve, grain fluctuations, inconsistent density, and more.
It would be impossible to list all of the tribal bows, so I've elected to list the most commonly replicated primitive bows.
Most any model bow can have recurves and be heat bent into reflex/deflex profile, and every model can be made with a bendy or static handle. Length plays no role in the name of a design.
Though it is a very difficult goal to achieve many designs can be made to match equal draw modern fiberglass bows in terms of cast with lower overall mass. This is done by choosing optimum woods for certain designs and extremely careful shaping as well as heat treating the wood to make it stiffer and more resilient. Tests for cast are conducted indoors with ten grains per pound arrows and at completely equal draw length (sometimes controlled with a thread tied to the bow and the string to prevent oveunderdrawing).
A very traditional design utilizing wood of high compression strength for a very narrow and efficient profile.
Longbows come in a wide range of weights and lengths, the 'long' in the name being interchangeable with D for the full draw profile in bowyer jargon. Longemore traditional longbows can come in extreme weights that, around eight or ninety pounds at 30+ inches, are then referred to as war bows. War bows are usually not made more than 140 pounds at thirty one inches, and require a great deal of training to be able to draw, let alone control.
Depending on the weight and wood, one of these bows could go for as little as $150 USD, or as much or more than $1,000 USD.
Less traditional but as old or maybe older than the ELB, flat bows are usually made with more tension strong woods for a wider profile, putting less stress on the belly. Flat bows often have the most character, and can be reflexed and/or deflexed. What makes a flat bow is the profiles lack of taper in the inner limb.
Depending on the number of curves, whether a 'flex' or snake, the draw weight, and the wood, these bows cost anywhere from $200 to $800
What composite recurves all have in common is that they're horn bellied and sinew backed. They're highly reflexed, and form a C or even an O-shape (Korean) when unstrung. The limbs are drawn back an incredible amount (compared to what's possible with wood) when strung, this adds preload to the bow and makes them more powerful pound-for-pound than a wooden bow that isn't as reflexed. It would be best to seperate 'horsebows'/composite recurves into two types (not sure what to call them).
Turkish and Korean bows are often called flight bows, they have narrow limbs that let it reach impressive velocities (and therefore long range).
Central European/Mongolian/Chinese bows tend to have longer stiff tips (siyahs), they act as levers and make this bow extremely efficient, even more so than the flight bow. But the added mass and surface area (drag) near the limb tips slows this bow down so it isn't capable of shooting as far as the flight bows. Instead they're generally used with heavier arrows which together with the bow's high efficiency packs a punch that was useful for penetrating heavy armour.
While these bows are still quite popular and purchaseable (for $500~1000), most archers use a modern laminate version that are cheaper and made of modern materials (though some still use some natural components). These can be had for under $500 and are not as reflexed as authentic horn bows.
Could be confused with flat bows. These bows rely more on side tillering than flat bows, with a more or less even taper from the fade to the tip of the bow.
These bows are relatively inexpensive, the more expensive ones I've seen going for around $500 USD.
One of the oldest bows unearthed, stiff tips and flatbow-esque working limbs make this design (supposedly, some controversy) very mass-efficient, making for better cast at lower draw weights. Again, the limb profile is mistakable for that of a flatbow, distinguishing Holmegaard from Mollegabet.
Almost made popular among young archers by Katniss Everdeen in the beginning of Hunger Games, this bow is commonly replicated by bowyers despite the controversy over the efficiency of the design, and I can not find a reliable price.
A Danish 'cousin' of the Holmegaard, longer stiff tips and flatter working limbs maximize mass efficiency to the point of competing with fiberglass recurves in terms of arrow speed.
Often requiring premium staves baring the use of boards, mollegabets range from $300 to $900 depending mostly on finish work and cast, rather than draw weight or mass which can be slightly lower than other designs while achieving greater arrow speed.
It was back in 1994 when I first became intrigued with the Penobscot bow, which should in reality be called the Wabanaki Bow, as this basic bow consept was found through out the native American tribes which made up the Wabanaki confederacy. The people were the Penobscot, Maliseet (sp) Micmac, and the Wabanaki nations. These nations formed the confederacy so as to be in a point of enough strength to be able to negotiate with the European settlers from a position of strength. However the "Penobscot" bow dates much further back then that, as much as 1500 years or more.
There is a Penobscot legend about a Penobscot chief shooting a Viking chieften with one of these bows from several hundred yards. Weather the distance is exaggerated or not we can never know but the legend is intresting from the perspective of the bow.
I think the most fascinating aspect of this bow is it's development. There appear to be twelve variations to this bow and six distintive designs. The last design is from the Micmacs and was the only Penobscot built as "war" bow. The idea was that the European smooth bore musket had an effective range of under 200 yards and an accuracy range of only 50 yards or less. It was also slow to load. A settler with musket was at a sever disadvantage if he encountered a Micmac or two armed with a Penobscot bow, or for that matter any bow.
One of the most fascinating aspects of these bows is their progression and development. A people concerned merely with survival will use the simplest tool for the job. A complex tool shows that the people creating/ using this tool had leisure time to think and create such tools, the excellent book Penobscot Man seem to bear this out.
-Judson, guest submission on Primitive Archer discussion forums.
I have no reliable way to price these complicated things. White Wolf Archery is the only source of these bows I'm at all familiar with that lists prices.
A cable-backed bow is a bow reinforced with a cable on the back. The cable is made from either animal, vegetable or synthetic fibers and is tightened to increase the strength of the bow. A cable will relieve tension stress from the back of the bow by raising its neutral plane: the border between the back of the bow that stretches and the belly of the bow that compresses when bent. A good cable-backed bow can thus be made of poor-quality wood, weak in tension. The material, the diameter, the distance from the back of the wooden element, and the level of stress (tightness) of the cable determines how much it relieves tension stress from the wooden element of the bow and increases the power of the shot.
I have no reliable method of pricing these bows.
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2013.12.08 06:40 huisme Update/repost: list of primitive bow types for sidebar

I'm sure not everybody cares, but flatbow, longbow, and Mongolian bow is to a list of primitive bows as Ford, Buick, and Honda is to a list of automobile manufacturers.
I'll start, for now listed from what seems to be most commonly used to someone as inexperienced as I. I'll work on descriptions later, or copypasta yours if you want to write something.
Most primitive bows are built with character, meaning that the inconsistencies in the wood call for a break in uniformity to maintain functionality. This includes compensation for knots, reflex and deflex in the stave, twist, 'snake' or side-to-side curve, grain fluctuations, inconsistent density, and more. Most any model bow can have recurves and be heat bent into reflex/deflex profile, and every model can be made with a bendy or static handle. Length plays no role in the name of a design.
A very traditional design utilizing wood of high compression strength for a very narrow and efficient profile.
Longbows come in a wide range of weights and lengths, the 'long' in the name being interchangeable with D for the full draw profile in bowyer jargon. Longemore traditional longbows can come in extreme weights that, around eight or ninety pounds at 30+ inches, are then referred to as war bows. War bows are usually not made more than 140 pounds at thirty one inches, and require a great deal of training to be able to draw, let alone control.
Depending on the weight and wood, one of these bows could go for as little as $150 USD, or as much or more than $1,000 USD.
Less traditional but as old or maybe older than the ELB, flat bows are usually made with more tension strong woods for a wider profile, putting less stress on the belly. Flat bows often have the most character, and can be reflexed and/or deflexed. What makes a flat bow is the profiles lack of taper in the inner limb.
Depending on the number of curves, whether a 'flex' or snake, the draw weight, and the wood, these bows cost anywhere from $200 to $800
  • Composite recurve
What composite recurves all have in common is that they're horn bellied and sinew backed. They're highly reflexed, and form a C or even an O-shape (Korean) when unstrung. The limbs are drawn back an incredible amount (compared to what's possible with wood) when strung, this adds preload to the bow and makes them more powerful pound-for-pound than a wooden bow that isn't as reflexed. It would be best to seperate 'horsebows'/composite recurves into two types (not sure what to call them).
Turkish and Korean bows are often called flight bows, they have narrow limbs that let it reach impressive velocities (and therefore long range).
Central European/Mongolian/Chinese bows tend to have longer stiff tips (siyahs), they act as levers and make this bow extremely efficient, even more so than the flight bow. But the added mass and surface area (drag) near the limb tips slows this bow down so it isn't capable of shooting as far as the flight bows. Instead they're generally used with heavier arrows which together with the bow's high efficiency packs a punch that was useful for penetrating heavy armour.
While these bows are still quite popular and purchaseable (for $500~1000), most archers use a modern laminate version that are cheaper and made of modern materials (though some still use some natural components). These can be had for under $500 and are not as reflexed as authentic horn bows.
Could be confused with flat bows. These bows rely more on side tillering than flat bows, with a more or less even taper from the fade to the tip of the bow.
These bows are relatively inexpensive, the more expensive ones I've seen going for around $500 USD.
One of the oldest bows unearthed, stiff tips and flatbow-esque working limbs make this design (supposedly, some controversy) very mass-efficient, making for better cast at lower draw weights. Again, the limb profile is mistakable for that of a flatbow, distinguishing Holmegaard from Mollegabet.
Almost made popular among young archers by Katniss Everdeen in the beginning of Hunger Games, this bow is commonly replicated by bowyers despite the controversy over the efficiency of the design, and I can not find a reliable price.
An adaptation of the Holmegaard, longer stiff tips and flatter working limbs maximize mass efficiency to compete with fiberglass recurves in terms of arrow speed.
Often requiring premium staves baring the use of boards, mollegabets range from $300 to $900 depending mostly on finish work and cast, rather than draw weight or mass which can be slightly lower than other designs while achieving greater arrow speed.
It was back in 1994 when I first became intrigued with the Penobscot bow, which should in reality be called the Wabanaki Bow, as this basic bow consept was found through out the native American tribes which made up the Wabanaki confederacy. The people were the Penobscot, Maliseet (sp) Micmac, and the Wabanaki nations. These nations formed the confederacy so as to be in a point of enough strength to be able to negotiate with the European settlers from a position of strength. However the "Penobscot" bow dates much further back then that, as much as 1500 years or more.
There is a Penobscot legend about a Penobscot chief shooting a Viking chieften with one of these bows from several hundred yards. Weather the distance is exaggerated or not we can never know but the legend is intresting from the perspective of the bow.
I think the most fascinating aspect of this bow is it's development. There appear to be twelve variations to this bow and six distintive designs. The last design is from the Micmacs and was the only Penobscot built as "war" bow. The idea was that the European smooth bore musket had an effective range of under 200 yards and an accuracy range of only 50 yards or less. It was also slow to load. A settler with musket was at a sever disadvantage if he encountered a Micmac or two armed with a Penobscot bow, or for that matter any bow.
One of the most fascinating aspects of these bows is their progression and development. A people concerned merely with survival will use the simplest tool for the job. A complex tool shows that the people creating/ using this tool had leisure time to think and create such tools, the excellent book Penobscot Man seem to bear this out.
-Judson, guest submission on Primitive Archer discussion forums.
I have no reliable way to price these complicated things. White Wolf Archery is the only source of these bows I'm at all familiar with that lists prices.
A cable-backed bow is a bow reinforced with a cable on the back. The cable is made from either animal, vegetable or synthetic fibers and is tightened to increase the strength of the bow. A cable will relieve tension stress from the back of the bow by raising its neutral plane: the border between the back of the bow that stretches and the belly of the bow that compresses when bent. A good cable-backed bow can thus be made of poor-quality wood, weak in tension. The material, the diameter, the distance from the back of the wooden element, and the level of stress (tightness) of the cable determines how much it relieves tension stress from the wooden element of the bow and increases the power of the shot.
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2013.01.05 08:30 tabledresser [Table] IAmA Air Traffic Controller working at a RADAR facility on 9/11/2001. AMAA!

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Can you give more detail on the UFO incident that had them take your data/records? Sorry for taking so long. For those wondering what prompted this, here you go. Link to www.reddit.com
This was in the late 90's, during the Clinton administration. I was working at Oakland Center, around 4pm in the afternoon. Conditions were clear, with visibility 10+ statue miles. Bill Clinton had just flown through our airspace in Air Force One, leaving from a trip he had made to San Francisco. Now, when special aircraft such as Air Force One travel through our airspace, they're given special treatment. This mainly means that we aren't allowed to give them delays, or vector them around other traffic. Bill Clinton had traveled through our airspace, and we had handed him off to the next controlling agency.
Now, since we had been controlling Air Force One, Secret Service had visited our facility to ensure everything was running smoothly, and there was no interruption of service. I get a situation report from an aircraft saying he had close proximity traffic. I check his position and see no traffic around him for at least 10 mines, despite his announcement saying unknown type aircraft, same altitude, 3 miles, speed greater than 400 knots. Again, nothing was showing on the scope. I ask other aircraft in the area to make position reports on the UFO. We get various reports of UFOs traveling faster, and making wild climb/descents within a close proximity of the aircraft. I call my supervisor over, as protocol. All the other controllers start shifting eyes towards my area to see what is going on. We continue to get reports of unknown aircraft (never described as flying saucers or even having wings). 10 minutes later, we have every off duty controller around my scope, and have my frequency playing out the speaker. I don't know what to do, because my scope isn't showing anything moving like the numerous pilots are reporting. We have pilots start asking for lowehigher altitudes to stay away from the traffic. I approve their requests, and they state the traffic is following. We aren't clear how many UFOs are spotted, but there were more than 4. At this point, all radio etiquette is out the door. We have pilots talking to other pilots (which NEVER happens, EVER) trying to verify the number of UFOs. The secret service checks with all military bases to verify they aren't running missions outside of MOAs (Military operating areas) thinking they were stealth aircraft. There were no stealth aircraft in the skies of California that day, as most military aircraft were dealing with the President and maintaining TFRs (temporary flight restriction radiuses around important events, such as presidential visits, the super bowl, etc.)
When the pilots start breaking the chat etiquette, people start to freak out, and start making humor of the situation to ease some of the tension. We had a couple pilots ask me to tell their wifes they love them, should something happen, although they wouldn't identify themselves. One man said "You are now entering a world of imagination, next stop: the Twilight Zone." 35 minutes after the first UFO appeared, the reports stopped coming in. Every pilot lost sight of their aircraft and reported no problems. Not one of the pilots, when asked, wanted to file a report.
Now, when a pilot makes a call for a UFO, the controller has to check for traffic, and verify whether it is or isn't a controlled aircraft. If it is confirmed as a UFO, the pilot has the right to either make a report, or not make a report. When you make a report, it has the obvious implications that all UFO reports have; it makes you look crazy. For a pilot, the exceptional consequence to making a report, is you have to file paperwork with the FAA, and subject yourself to hours or even days of interviews. Everything you say on the radio is recorded on the controllers side. This brings scrutiny to every move you made while flying your aircraft. If you did something against FAA regulations, by bending a rule even the slightest, such as not reading back a clearance correctly or descending/climbing 100 feet past your assigned altitude, you'll be interrogated by it. Your flight license can be revoked or suspended, and you can lose your job. There is so much risk in pilots filing UFO reports that they are so very uncommon.
While I wasn't interviewed for this event, my supervisor made me sign a paper the next day verifying that I was told the tapes were being submitted to the NTSB (National Transportation Safety Board) for investigation. I wish I was able to get a copy of those tapes, this event made me a believer. It truly would take a UFO to make so many adult pilots, who have nothing in common, act frightened the way they were. I wish I had proof to show you guys, but part of my job is that I can't access some information. I hope this story was worth the wait.
OP never made it home. US Gov't intercepted him half way. No sir, the Aliens got my first.
Wait. You're on reddit at work? Aren't you an... air traffic controller? I'm answering the questions he doesn't need to be here for when he's on shift. He works 45 mins on, 45 mins off.
Opinion on transponders having only 4096 possible codes? Apparently this can get scary when a center sees two aircraft with the same code, they just kind of blink back and forth a lot on scope. I've never had the same transponder code appear on the same aircraft. If it happens, give them a new beacon code, it takes 30 seconds to create.
Have you ever flown jump seat? Yes, I've flown jump seat several times before 9/11 for family vacations. son I remember coming back from a Hawaiian vacation in the late 90s, about 10pm. My dad came and got me, brought me onto the flight deck, and we sat and watched the city lights of San Francisco surrounded by a sea of black, and eventually turn into a city surrounding us. It was the coolest flying experience I've ever had.
Not really 9/11 related, but has your dad ever seen anything on radar that couldn't be explained? I'll go ahead and answer this one since it's directed towards me. UFOs are a common occurrence in a RADAR facility. Before you start telling your friends "I TOLD YOU SO!" remember that a UFO is defined Unidentified Flying Object. In ATC, a lot of the UFOs you would encounter aren't even flying. How RADAR works, is a radio wave is sent out from our transmitter, hits a target, reflects the radio wave back towards the transmitter, and identifies that something is there. Now, every aircraft has a transponder, a computer that identifies what it is. Almost all transponders these days are equipped with MODE-C, meaning it transmits altitude. This may seem like a necessity for aircraft today, and it is. The only aircraft not required to have MODE-C are VFR (visual flight rules) aircraft who don't enter class B airspace (busy airspace around high volume airports). So, all you need to have a UFO is the radio waves being returned from an object without a transponder. This happens all the times as trucks are climbing mountain passes. They return the radio waves, but since they are trucks, they return a signal which is shown on our RADAR, with no information. A controller knows their airspace enough to know where highways and interstates are, and rule these out immediately as a nonfactor.
He has also experience what he and many pilots out there believe to be a true UFO, i'll save that story for another person who asks, and when my dad is here. I'd hate to get the story wrong. But I'll let you know, both my dad and I believe there is life in the universe other than us. They might not be among us, but we are believers.
I wasn't specifically going for LGM (little green men). I've heard that you can pick up flocks of birds and stuff like that on radar. I didn't know you could pick up trucks on radar, that's interesting. Anything big enough to return the radar signal can be picked up. Flocks of birds, large RC helicopters, a kid aiming a radar gun at our transmitter.
Im at erau going for ait traffic control. My teacher told us that you can block out trucks on the radar by setting the radar to only pick up objects that are traveling faster than a certain speed. How come you dont use that? ( i cant remember what he called it) This is for the STARs system, which is the next generation of Air Traffic Control radar. My facility is still using ARTS, the same system that has been used for decades. We are scheduled to switch systems soon.
Wait, i thought STARs and SIDs were just arrival and departure procedures, not a whole system. ARTS* not SIDs. Sorry. But STARs is the new system we are transferring to. It also stands for Standard Terminal Arrival Routes.
I'm also curious to how a radar gun can interfere. We operate at very very very different frequencies. A radar receiver is also smart enough to differentiate between two. It wouldn't even be declared a possible target let alone make it through all the software to be declared a hard target. While it has never happened, we have our theories about all the different stuff that can interrupt signal of our radar transmitters. Much how the FAA says signal from cell phones can ruin a radio or interfere with airplane systems. All they do is make the annoying noise over the freq, like a car stereo. We have a theory that if a cop points a radar gun at our transmitter from outside our transmitter, it will interpret those radio waves as a radar return. It hasn't happened, just a superstition.
What were you doing when you found out the planes were hijacked? What were your thoughts and what did you do throughout the events? I was asleep when they were hijacked, since i live on the West coast. The phone rang, it was my supervisor. He said watch the news. I turned on the news and saw the 2nd plane hit the Tower. He called back 15 minutes later and said, "Get to work now, we need you. We're going ATC-ZERO and we need you here. Everything in the sky needs to get down, right now."
I got to work, started working ever plane we had. Oakland center handed us off planes (planes in their airspace that they needed help landing). We were landing airplanes at their closest airports, coming from every direction, without clearances, only headings. Every pilot was asking for more information about what was going on. We had little information and just had to land them wherever we could.
I can already tell this thread is gonna be mostly in a dark place. So, I wanna know what was the best day/thing that has happened to you on the job? The coolest thing was when I personally controlled the Pope's plane in the 1990's landing in Monterrey. Another was controlling Tom Cruise while flying his P-51 mustang. He got stuck VFR on top of clouds (meaning he can't fly through clouds) declaring low fuel. He wanted to get into San Jose, we couldn't get him into San Jose, so we rerouted him to Hollister and landed him safely, either 2005 or 2006.
I hear that the Pope's pilot is so skilled that he can land a plane practically without the people on the plane feeling the landing. Anything to that? Do you know? I've never flown on it... but sure. It isn't that hard if you use the autopilot lol.
Do you ever regret that action? :-) You can't kill a top gun.
Why couldn't it go through the clouds? It's a single engine prop skirmisher plane from the 1940s. It's a badass plane, but not enough room for all the equipment needed for ifr airplanes.
What was it like in the facility after the first reports of a hijacking came in? Everybody was worried because we had no clue what was going on. The planes had already hit the WTC and Pentagon before we knew there was a hijacking.
What were some of the speculations on what was going on? Were you just too focused on doing your job to even speculate? Hijacking was really the only explanation. When the first airplane hit the WTC, it was believed to be a small aircraft that crashed due to pilot error. When the 2nd plane hit, it was pretty obvious what was going on.
Describe how hectic it was to ground all flights in minimal time. Where there planes just parked everywhere on the apron? This is what we work everyday, controlled chaos. When things are on the verge of chaos, it's when the controller is the happiest. We like to be busy, so we all kind of got a thrill from the situation, despite how tragic it was.
So air traffic controllers enjoy controlling chaos, but how does the pressure of the job affect them? Is that part of their enjoyment too, or are they affected by it similar to how normal people are? I'd like for this to be asked on the first tier, I don't want it getting buried. But being a controller is only stressful because you have to realize you're working a 3-dimensional grid with 2 dimensions of data. So you have to be able to think in 3 dimensions.
I've heard that air traffic controller is the most stressful job, but so they are the kind of people who enjoy this situational stress? Interesting... Also, these pixels on your radar represents the lives of 300-600 people that can die in an instant because your we're too busy talking to your wife on the phone. Doubting your decisions with this reality can lead to deaths.
Have you seen the movie United 93 (2006)? If so, how accurate were the air traffic control scenes? It looks like a typical center. I've never been to the command center, so I can't really say if that was accurate. But the people looked fat and confused enough, so realistic.
What was the first notification you had that there was an issue? Was it a problem rerouting so many planes? - I assume a lot of them were fuel heavy? Landing them wasn't an issue, we weren't vectoring them to their destination. We knew where the nearest airport capable of landing the aircraft was, so they'd get down quickly and land. It would have been a bigger problem if it was an IFR day (low cloud, fog, rain, etc), but the weather was great.
If planes were fuel heavy, we'd route them to Mather field (an ex AFB) or similar airport with long runways. Mather, for example, has a 13,000 foot runway capable of landing a fully loaded C-130.
Scroll up for more information on the first notification. Briefly, we were landing planes before we got an official word of a hijacking.
Were other AF bases taking planes? Travis, etc? Everybody was taking planes. Even if they didn't want to go there, they were landing there. When we have a LOA (letter of agreement) to control military aircraft, their airport is ours to use for general aviation. If an aircraft declares low fuel and needs to land, we can route them to an air force base. They might have MPs waiting for them when they arrive, but we can still do that.
I also live in Sacramento and I have driven by your facility time and time again as I lived in Mather, CA. Were you guys rerouting planes to private airports like Mather Air Base. At the time it may have been a full blown military base but now I know for sure it's all private industry. Yes, I can't remember when Mather was demilitarized. It might have been before. Now it's basically a UPS hub.
When you did find out, was there a standard procedure to follow? Were there already orders for this specific situation? Was everyone just freaking the fuck out? No, there were no procedures in plane to follow. The only orders we had were from the command center telling all aircraft to land immediately. All the controllers were too busy to freak out. If we had freak out, the situation would have been worse. Controllers don't freak out.
ATC-ZERO is a procedure crafted after 9/11 that ultimately means land all aircraft everywhere.
Did the experience scar you? No. We face the realization that people can die at any time, based on our own actions. It's what we're paid for.
How did your job change after 9/11? We lost some perks. Sadly, that's really it. My facility moved to a larger building, where security was increased. Don't know if the addition of security had to do with 9/11 or not, but the moving of the facility was planned for years beforehand.
What perks did you lose? They're posted in here somewhere, mainly free flight in the flight deck of an aircraft.
Is there any changes that were made after the accident(ie. safety policies or regulations) that are still in affect today? Over all hoe has this incident affected your job and your mindset about the job? We used to get fam trips in the flight deck of an aircraft, free of charge. Ideally, free flights wherever you want, flying with the pilots. After 9/11, they were terminated for security. This year, we got them restored on a limited basis. There are new methods for identifying aircraft have been hijacked, that we cannot discuss.
"Hmmm this plane isn't doing what it's supposed to be doing. Better check on them." "Everything ok up there?" "Everything is fine up here. Everything is Okay-dokey" Who told you? Where's your secret clearance?!
What was it like returning to work after 9/11? Do you receive any extra/different training after 9/11? For 3 weeks after, work was boring as hell. The only people allowed to fly for the 10 days following 9/11 were law enforcement and military aircraft. All civilian and commercial aircraft were grounded. We received no additional training.
Aside from your father, what is the most believable story you have ever heard among pilots/other operators about a UFO? There are lots of UFO stories, some believable and some not. Controllers choose not to report UFOs unless a pilot chooses to report a UFO (which even if they mention a UFO, and believe they see a UFO, 90% of pilots will not report a UFO). My Dad once was interviewed for a UFO reporting for several months, having to fill out mountains of paperwork.
Reflecting on 9/11 did you happen to notice anything strange about the airspace that day? Any anomalies or strange requests or orders? I was not working before the planes hit the trade center, because on the Pacific coast it was only 6AM and I was scheduled to work from 2PM until 10PM.
What is the sexiest thing about your job? I don't find my job sexy. But it's kind of cool working Angelina Jolie flying through your sector in her Cirrus SR-22.
What do you think about people saying 9/11 was an inside job? What do you say to people who thinks 9/11 was a inside job to prove them wrong? Nobody has every told me they thought 9/11 was an inside job. But if they did, I'd think they were idiots.
Besides pilots initial confusion over the legitimacy of the order telling them to land, were there any other complications in landing the planes? Pilots never questioned the legitimacy of the order to land. They knew something was going on, so they listened to their instructions. The only complication was the volume of traffic.
Do you enjoy the mobile app Flight Control? What is your highest score on the first air field? My dad hasn't played it being old and technologically brain dead, but I have. I can't remember the high score. If only we can really land airplanes with a swipe of our finger. Life would be easier.
Would there ever be an occasion where a passenger jet was shot down by the military due to a hijacking? No. Before 9/11, hijackings happened occasionally. Most were Cuban terrorists or South American terrorists who would take control of the airplane and force it to land in Cuba or somewhere. They never drove them into the side of buildings.
How did they handle all the grounded planes after the fact? Were passengers forced to sit in their planes for hours on end? Or were they allowed to leave? Where international flights handled any differently? When planes were allowed to fly again how was that handled? Did the higher than normal traffic affect that in any way? The first part, I don't know. You'd have to ask a tower controller. I don't even talk to airplanes when they're at certain altitudes, going for an approach.
No, the traffic volume was normal when the ATC ZERO was lifted, since all controlling agencies were doing their job. The volume influx was center handing us their traffic to get them landed, since they have to pass through our airspace to reach the ground.
Did the pilots understand the situation/ believe you or did they think it was a drill or something? You don't run drills on civilian aircraft. We didn't tell them anything, only that we have to get them on the ground. We didn't have time to explain the situation to people, we were busy.
So how did they get everyone down and how long did it take for the airspace to be clear... It took a long time. If anyone ever questions how much air traffic there is at anytime point in the sky, hit up google. You can track all traffic within a 10 mile radius, and not see the ground because of all the airplane icons imposed over the map.
flightradar24.com. Holy crap thats alot of airplanes.. did they stop air traffic globally or just the united states? reason why i ask is because i wonder if other countries were worried about a terrorist attack as well All air traffic was stopped within the united states. All foreign traffic entering the united states was also either stopped, or diverted to an alternate airport close to the US border. Everywhere else it was business as usual, as I remember. Except United I think stopped all air travel world wide, as a company decision.
Were you given more detail to what was happening, and did you have security with you while you were controlling? No, we had no security whatsoever. We had a discrete location. People knew it was a government building, but didn't know what we were doing inside.
Why is that? And why do you need top-secret clearance? Not asking for specifics, just what you can share... We were never in any danger. Our facility wasn't close to any airport. Aircraft were being taken over, not air traffic control facilities. I can understand if a control tower was surrounded by SWAT or police, since they are within the airport themselves, and have security on site. We weren't worried. We had a gate with barbed wire, and a card reader for access ;D.
You talk about having landed celebrities like Angelina Jolie and Tom Cruise. How do you know its them? Do they call you and say "hello, im Tom Cruise, please land me" or can you recognize their voice or something? It's pretty well known that top cruise flies a p-51, especially since they're ultra rare 10 million dollar world war 2 relics. When you control one, you don't forget it. Now narrow the owners/operators of a p-51 to familiar voices such as Tom Cruise, and you know who it is. As got Jolie, it's a running joke that her plane has a built in capsule for people who are too rich to die. Plus every man has fantasizes about her and knows her voice. I'm certain I've controlled even more celebrities, and didn't know it.
How did your protocol and daily operations change after 9/11? For the next 10 days following 9/11, there was a ground stop so we didn't have any traffic except for military. In the years since, airlines have dramatically changed their operating procedures based on fuel cost. They've also started filling planes up more, thinking there is safety in numbers.
What is your take on the official story? To a certain degree, the theory is correct. Although I have reservations about United 93 in Penn that I don't want to discuss in such a public place.
I do too, but reservations only. No theory, just... I wouldn't be surprised or angry or upset if there were more to the story, and I wouldn't be upset if the government did something there and covered it up. I don't want to give my opinion about what happened to United 93, but here, take this upvote!
How much experience did you have before 9/11 and how did most of the pilots react to the situation? Were you allowed to tell them what happened? Did you know what had happened? I started in 1979, so 22 years. The pilots always do what we tell them to do, so they reacted just as they normally would. Yes, we were allowed to tell them, but we didn't have time to tell them, we were too busy. We knew planes were running into buildings, but we didn't know why.
In the TV show Breaking Bad, a man who is an air traffic controller who just lost his daughter returns to work too soon and ends up causing a fatal accident in the skies. Has anything like that ever happened since you've been there? None that I have witnessed. If something sever happens to a controller, they are given psych evaluations. If there is any doubt they can't control at 100% again, they are given other jobs that doesn't involve controlling traffic.
What types of aircraft did you have land hat day that wouldn't normally be seen at SMF? Any crazy large passengecargo/military aircraft that really stood out? (For those who don't know, SMF = Sacramento International Airport) Military aircraft didn't have to land. There were a lot of heavy aircraft that had to land, but nothing out of the ordinary for SMF, other than more traffic than usually.
When you say you landed planes where ever you could does that mean even the small muni airports like stockton and sonoma county? Yes, we landed every plane there was, commercial or small GA aircraft. We took into consideration the type of aircraft and the runway length and services it'd need to take off. We can't land a 747 at Sanoma County because there's no way it can take off from there.
Do you think landing all the planes that day prevented a third location from being attacked? No. The passengers had no idea what was going on, so I doubt that would have deterred any terrorists. I think all that were planned to be hijacked were hijacked.
I fly gliders, if we are flying in a wind the same speed as our airspeed, so our ground speed is zero, do we drop off the radar? RADAR tracks stationary objects, so if you are appearing on RADAR, no. Gliders are made of fabric iirc, so they don't reflect radio waves. The only thing that could reflect the radio waves is the metal harness or w/e you sit in, and your own body.
Air Traffic Controller here. I have a Secret Clearance. How did you get a Top Secret Clearance? I'm assuming that was a typo. Sorry, that was my fault (the son).
So my question is... how do you get started and how long does it take to go from nothing to landing planes at a congested airport? You have to follow your rules to the letter. If you break a rule, you can be put under investigation. For example, landing planes, you MUST keep a 3 nautical mile distance between aircraft, for something called wake turbulence. Wake turbulence is basically disturbed wind caused by another aircraft turbine engines, that causes turbulence for a duration. This rule is extended to 4 miles for heavy aircraft, and 5 miles for super heavy aircraft. When aircraft are climbing or descending through airspace, they need to have 1,000 ft vertical separation OR 1 mile, and 500 ft between light aircraft and normal aircraft. Now, on your radar, you need to figure out which of those rules to follow, without causing a delay for an aircraft. If you have to vector someone around an obstacle instead of solving it another way, you waste their time and a LOT of money from the extra fuel they're burning to comply.
Have you ever had any other crashes while you were in control of guiding an aircraft or had an aircraft disappear from RADAR before? I watch a lot of Air Crash Investigation and it seems like you guys are under a lot of pressure. I've never had an aircraft that I did or had controlled crash, but a couple years ago I was DUE to take an aircraft that crashed before I had control of it. It was actually the owners of the Tesla sports car company. IIRC, they had a substitute pilot fly their private jet, who didn't follow the standard departure procedure. He hit some power lines on climb out, and the plane exploded.
Any advice for a current cti student going for atc? I recently graduated CTI. I'm still waiting to get picked up. Make sure you network to whatever facility you want to get picked up at. Get your name out there. Keep track of your expiration date for your AT-SAT, mine expired and I'm awaiting to retake the test.
Hopefully he gets to us before the FBI gets to him. I loled IRL. Then I looked behind me.
What should I do on a VFR flight plan when requested to descend and maintain 2000 from an attitude of 4000. Ceiling is at 3000 with tops at 3500. There is a helicopter coming towards me head on at the same altitude. The helicopter is flying VFR without flight following so you are not in contact. If you are VFR, your first job is to maintain separation between yourself and the helicopter. The helicopter cannot be VFR on top without talking to the controlling agency. The only way you'd be on top of clouds as a VFR is with Special VFR or VFR on top clearance. If you're special VFR, follow the clearance, you have permission to fly thorugh the clouds. If you only have VFR on top, say "Norcal Approach, N###, unable, flying VFR on top, have visual on traffic, 12 o'clock, ## miles, same altitude, converging." Also, if you're VFR, you won't be at 4,000 ft, you'd be either 3,500 ft (but theres clouds there) or 4,500 ft. So if you're in that situation, someone is getting fired or losing their license.
That is all the proof I need. I figured a phony wouldn't catch on to the even altitude hook I dropped in there. I answered this question without my dad. Even a cti student would catch that =P.
Tell us about this damn UFO already!!! Done! Scroll up!
As an FAA employee and fellow ATC'er I wouldnt put a picture of the identification badge on the internet... I've taken them down, thanks for the advice.
Most celebrities have registration (N) numbers that incorporate their initials somehow. And it gets around when a celebrity is flying in. For example, Michael Jordan's plane is N236MJ and it has his logo painted on the tail. This. Also, it's pretty common that TC flies a P-51 mustang. When you control a mustang, you don't forget it. It's the plane that won ww2. Also, you can tell which pilots are experienced and which are inexperienced. If you have a pilot who got stuck on top of clouds, declaring low fuel in a p-51, you know he isn't being paid to fly it...
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