At the NSD Node, I issue the command
# mmaddnode -N node1
Thu Jul 23 13:40:12 SGT 2015: mmaddnode: Processing node node1
mmaddnode: Node node1 was not added to the cluster.
The node appears to already belong to a GPFS cluster.
mmaddnode: mmaddnode quitting. None of the specified nodes are valid.
mmaddnode: Command failed. Examine previous error messages to determine cause.
We’ve just released a rather interesting batch of Xen security advisories. This has given rise in some quarters to grumbling around Xen not taking security seriously.
I have a longstanding interest in computer security. Nowadays I am a member of the Xen Project Security Team (the team behind security@xenproject, which drafts the advisories and coordinates the response). But I’m going to put forward my personal opinions.
Git represents branches as pointers to the latest commit in that branch. If you haven’t created a commit yet, there’s nothing for that branch to point to. So you can’t really create branches until you have at least one commit.
Git allows to create a empty branch but its not common way of using Git.
First create create an empty Git repository by using following command: $ git init
To create empty branch use following command: $ git commit --allow-empty -m "initial commit for empty brach"