It really seems that 4.4.4 is not ready or stable for the i717 yet and this makes sense since it takes a lot of work/development and testing to get the factory stock ROMs working well. In the end I used the 4.1.2 based Blackstra BlackJelly because it was fast, stable and just works and feels great. The aftermarket support is great but many devs are focussed on adding features and customization that most of us don't want or need rather than getting things smooth and stable.........
Apr 17 11:55:47 Cluster01 heartbeat: : WARN: ha_msg_add_nv_depth: line doesn't contain '='
Apr 17 11:55:47 Cluster01 heartbeat: : info: >>>
Apr 17 11:55:47 Cluster01 heartbeat: : ERROR: NV failure (msgfromsteam): [>>>
I have never been able to reproduce the above but it happened on heartbeat-3.04-2 when Itook a node down for testing.
One thing Ibelieve caused it was by configuring ha.cf........
This happened after a customer migrated their hosting and the issue was being unable to access PHP sessions.
Warning: session_start(): open(/var/lib/php/session/sess_3e0oms763m6mrqekdnnmodlhs3, O_RDWR) failed: Permission denied (13) in /register.php(202) : eval()'d code on line 1
Solution:(use the correct ownership/permissions)
chown apache.apache -R /var/lib/php........
I chose this because I heard a lot of stories about scams and that many providers I contacted said they can't unlock the Canadian I717s (one said "my Bell server" is down).
This method worked perfectly on my Bell I717M and should work for all I717 in Canada, I was able to insert a foreign SIMcard. This will work abroad too but remember entering CWM mode is different for I717's in other countries (at least theUS).
Step 1 - Root + CWM........
I bought the 1TB Deskstar C revision recently at just $49 each and put them in RAID 1for my Desktop.
Look at how close the old Deskstar 1TB comes to matching the performance of the mor expensive Samsung and WD's?
This is phenomal, I can't believe the performance I've gotten out of these cheap drives.
I found this article interesting, it basically says that with 2TB hard drives or larger sizes, you are more likely to encounter an unrecoverable read error. But is this just another Y2K doomsday? Don't HDD's have enough advanced hardware ECC error and read recovery to prevent this from happening?
I'm almost tempted to build a 3 x........