[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #3187] Kernel: multiple swap pager messages during hammer cleanup

2019-10-09 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #3187 has been updated by t_dfbsd. This continues to fail on a regular basis and turning off encrypted swap didn't help. Unfortunately, the nature of this failure is such that it won't allow me to get core dump. The only fix is to reboot the machine which is needed several times a week.

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #3208] Crash related to nfsd

2019-10-09 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #3208 has been updated by tse. Subject changed from Crash related to nfsd &| qemu to Crash related to nfsd Actually its repeat of old nfsd bug, sorry: #3170 Bug #3208: Crash related to nfsd http://bugs.dragonflybsd.org/issues/3208#change-13818 *

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #3208] (New) Crash related to nfsd &| qemu

2019-10-07 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #3208 has been reported by tse. Bug #3208: Crash related to nfsd &| qemu http://bugs.dragonflybsd.org/issues/3208 * Author: tse * Status: New * Priority: Normal * Assignee: * Category: * Target version:

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #3205] Go compiler net test failing

2019-09-30 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #3205 has been updated by t_dfbsd. The crypto/tls test reported in http://bugs.dragonflybsd.org/issues/3183 is still failing randomly and it's still not clear whether this is a bug in the test or in DF or both. Bug #3205: Go compiler net test

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #3205] (Feedback) Go compiler net test failing

2019-09-30 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #3205 has been updated by tuxillo. Status changed from In Progress to Feedback % Done changed from 0 to 90 They pushed our changes to x/net, see: https://github.com/golang/net/commit/c5a3c61f89f3ed696ec36b629ef1b97541165225 We've seen other failures too in 'net', unrelated to this. Were

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #3205] Go compiler net test failing

2019-09-26 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #3205 has been updated by tuxillo. https://github.com/golang/net/pull/54 Bug #3205: Go compiler net test failing http://bugs.dragonflybsd.org/issues/3205#change-13806 * Author: t_dfbsd * Status: In Progress * Priority: High * Assignee: tuxillo *

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #3205] Go compiler net test failing

2019-09-25 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #3205 has been updated by tuxillo. Okay, I'll handle it and let you guys know. Hopefully we won't overlap ourselves. Bug #3205: Go compiler net test failing http://bugs.dragonflybsd.org/issues/3205#change-13805 * Author: t_dfbsd * Status: In

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #3207] (New) swapon fails silently when trim option is given

2019-09-21 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #3207 has been reported by mneumann. Bug #3207: swapon fails silently when trim option is given http://bugs.dragonflybsd.org/issues/3207 * Author: mneumann * Status: New * Priority: Normal * Assignee: * Category: * Target version:

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #3205] Go compiler net test failing

2019-09-18 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #3205 has been updated by dillon. It looks like GO is using a generator for the structural elements in the route messages. The elements have changed. ./vendor/golang.org/x/net/route/message.go ./vendor/golang.org/x/net/route/zsys_dragonfly.go You may be able to fix it temporarily

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #3205] Go compiler net test failing

2019-09-18 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #3205 has been updated by t_dfbsd. The test fails on HEAD too. Bug #3205: Go compiler net test failing http://bugs.dragonflybsd.org/issues/3205#change-13800 * Author: t_dfbsd * Status: In Progress * Priority: High * Assignee: tuxillo * Category:

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #3205] Go compiler net test failing

2019-09-18 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #3205 has been updated by t_dfbsd. When I upgraded to b7d3e1, I did a full world+kernel build/install and ran pkg upgrade -f after (no problems). Bug #3205: Go compiler net test failing http://bugs.dragonflybsd.org/issues/3205#change-13799 *

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #3205] Go compiler net test failing

2019-09-18 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #3205 has been updated by t_dfbsd. Steps to reproduce: 1. Install go compiler from dports 2. git clone https://go.googlesource.com/go 3. cd go/src 4. ./make.bash 5. ../bin/go test -count 1 net Bug #3205: Go compiler net test failing

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #3205] Go compiler net test failing

2019-09-18 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #3205 has been updated by t_dfbsd. I'm not on HEAD, but I'm only 5 commits behind and they look unrelated. I'll try that though. I'll get you the steps to reproduce. Bug #3205: Go compiler net test failing

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #3205] (In Progress) Go compiler net test failing

2019-09-18 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #3205 has been updated by tuxillo. Status changed from New to In Progress Assignee set to tuxillo Can you provide the steps to reproduce it? I'll try to bisect it. Also, are you sure you've updated world+kernel to latest? Bug #3205: Go compiler

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #3205] (New) Go compiler net test failing

2019-09-18 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #3205 has been reported by t_dfbsd. Bug #3205: Go compiler net test failing http://bugs.dragonflybsd.org/issues/3205 * Author: t_dfbsd * Status: New * Priority: High * Assignee: * Category: * Target version:

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #3204] (Closed) tmux(1) is broken

2019-09-17 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #3204 has been updated by tkusumi. Status changed from Feedback to Closed Bug #3204: tmux(1) is broken http://bugs.dragonflybsd.org/issues/3204#change-13795 * Author: tkusumi * Status: Closed * Priority: High * Assignee: tuxillo * Category: *

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #3203] (Closed) Don't assume pthread_t is a pointer

2019-09-17 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #3203 has been updated by tkusumi. Status changed from New to Closed Bug #3203: Don't assume pthread_t is a pointer http://bugs.dragonflybsd.org/issues/3203#change-13794 * Author: tkusumi * Status: Closed * Priority: Normal * Assignee: * Category:

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #3204] (Feedback) tmux(1) is broken

2019-09-16 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #3204 has been updated by tuxillo. Status changed from In Progress to Feedback master packages uploaded, please test. Bug #3204: tmux(1) is broken http://bugs.dragonflybsd.org/issues/3204#change-13793 * Author: tkusumi * Status: Feedback *

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #3204] (In Progress) tmux(1) is broken

2019-09-15 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #3204 has been updated by tuxillo. Status changed from New to In Progress Assignee set to tuxillo Priority changed from Normal to High There have been some changes in master that broke the ABI compatibility with the current master packages, see

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #3204] (New) tmux(1) is broken

2019-09-15 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #3204 has been reported by tkusumi. Bug #3204: tmux(1) is broken http://bugs.dragonflybsd.org/issues/3204 * Author: tkusumi * Status: New * Priority: Normal * Assignee: * Category: * Target version:

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #3198] OpenGL app crash with Radeon driver

2019-08-30 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #3198 has been updated by ftigeot. Among the three choices, I'd say get the R7 240. - R5 230: are rebadged models and variants of your existing chips. they will most likely exhibit the same issue. - RX550: it's a new generation and equires the amdgpu driver. A port of the driver is

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #3203] (New) Don't assume pthread_t is a pointer

2019-08-30 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #3203 has been reported by tkusumi. Bug #3203: Don't assume pthread_t is a pointer http://bugs.dragonflybsd.org/issues/3203 * Author: tkusumi * Status: New * Priority: Normal * Assignee: * Category: * Target version:

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #3202] (New) Cannot boot from HAMMER2

2019-08-30 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #3202 has been reported by mneumann. Bug #3202: Cannot boot from HAMMER2 http://bugs.dragonflybsd.org/issues/3202 * Author: mneumann * Status: New * Priority: Normal * Assignee: * Category: Kernel * Target version: master

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #3198] OpenGL app crash with Radeon driver

2019-08-26 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #3198 has been updated by yellowrabbit2010. Thanks for your work. As I understand it, you have video cards of this type that do not show any glitches. At a local store I can purchase R7 240, R5 230 or RX 550. Bug #3198: OpenGL app crash with

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #3198] (Resolved) OpenGL app crash with Radeon driver

2019-08-23 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #3198 has been updated by ftigeot. Status changed from In Progress to Resolved I sadly wasn't able to find the source of the crash among the differences we still have with Linux in the drm code. It could well be an existing bug in the drm/ttm code of the Linux version we are using right

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #3187] Kernel: multiple swap pager messages during hammer cleanup

2019-08-21 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #3187 has been updated by dillon. Assignee set to dillon I am going to guess that it is an interaction with the encrypted swap that is causing the problem. Try turning off encryption on your swap partition (in your /etc/fstab), reboot, and see if the problem reoccurs. -Matt

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #3199] PFS label not found panic

2019-08-21 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #3199 has been updated by tse. Sorry, using `ide` does expose two new disks in /dev/serno, but attempting to format the first gives /home/tse# newfs_hammer2 /dev/serno/50026B725502A482 Volume /dev/serno/50026B725502A482

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #3199] PFS label not found panic

2019-08-20 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #3199 has been updated by tse. The hang on shutdown is caused by doing `doas reboot`. Any other command does a clean shutdown -- i.e. `sudo reboot`, `doas poweroff`, etc So there is something wrong with `doas reboot`? I still don't know what caused the hard disk to be inaccessible.

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #3198] OpenGL app crash with Radeon driver

2019-08-15 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #3198 has been updated by yellowrabbit2010. File core.txt.3 added Very fast crash in the FreeCAD when trying to open a file with a model. <118>Aug 16 08:17:07 fly kernel: [drm] Initialized radeon 2.45.0 20080528 panic: BUG in ttm_bo_add_to_lru at

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #3198] OpenGL app crash with Radeon driver

2019-08-15 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #3198 has been updated by yellowrabbit2010. File core.txt.2 added Quick crash of KiCad when trying to open the PCB editor. panic: BUG in ttm_bo_add_to_lru at /usr/src/sys/dev/drm/drm/../ttm/ttm_bo.c:173 cpuid = 0 Trace beginning at frame 0xf803ab7bb198 ttm_bo_add_to_lru() at

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #3198] OpenGL app crash with Radeon driver

2019-08-15 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #3198 has been updated by yellowrabbit2010. File messages added After about half an hour working with Chromium, at the moment when I moved the mouse, the Xorg died:( kernel: ttm_bo_wait(): ret = 1 Bug #3198: OpenGL app crash with Radeon driver

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #3198] OpenGL app crash with Radeon driver

2019-08-15 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #3198 has been updated by yellowrabbit2010. File core.txt.0 added v5.7.0-241-g7cc1c1be6e Improvement is obvious! I was able to launch several glxgears and a cuberender. Also, chromium did not crash. Good (always repeatable) kernel panics with MPV with VDPAU as output. I still need to

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #3198] (In Progress) OpenGL app crash with Radeon driver

2019-08-15 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #3198 has been updated by ftigeot. Status changed from New to In Progress I have pushed a new branch to leaf with a possible fix: drm_ttm_radeon_4_7_10_rebased_v2 Can you check if this improve the situation on your hardware ? Bug #3198: OpenGL

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #3198] OpenGL app crash with Radeon driver

2019-08-14 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #3198 has been updated by ftigeot. The pager read error appears to always be from this chunk of code in ttm/ttm_bo_vm.c around line 550: ``` /* * Wait for buffer data in transit, due to a pipelined * move. */ if (test_bit(TTM_BO_PRIV_FLAG_MOVING,

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #3187] Kernel: multiple swap pager messages during hammer cleanup

2019-08-13 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #3187 has been updated by t_dfbsd. File dmesg.boot added File fstab added Adding some machine info: Samsung 1TB SSD containing: - 60GB encrypted swap (via fstab crypt option) - encrypted root Data drives: - 10TB SATA encrypted primary - 8TB SATA encrypted backup (hammer-mirrored PFSes

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #3200] master: weston screen freezes

2019-08-07 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #3200 has been updated by peeter. The machine is intel i7 skylake (i7-6700). Bug #3200: master: weston screen freezes http://bugs.dragonflybsd.org/issues/3200#change-13774 * Author: peeter * Status: New * Priority: Normal * Assignee: * Category:

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #3200] master: weston screen freezes

2019-08-07 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #3200 has been updated by peeter. OK this bug has now become my daily companion. Can't find the deadlock. Bug #3200: master: weston screen freezes http://bugs.dragonflybsd.org/issues/3200#change-13773 * Author: peeter * Status: New * Priority:

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #3197] DragonFly upgrades

2019-08-06 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #3197 has been updated by justin. tse wrote: > Feel free to change the wording or anything else; or ask for any changes. This works well - I imagine 95% of the use cases are going to be "upgrade within current version" or "move to next release" so I want that to be as little guesswork

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #3200] (New) master: weston screen freezes

2019-08-05 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #3200 has been reported by peeter. Bug #3200: master: weston screen freezes http://bugs.dragonflybsd.org/issues/3200 * Author: peeter * Status: New * Priority: Normal * Assignee: * Category: * Target version:

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #3199] (New) PFS label not found panic

2019-08-03 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #3199 has been reported by tse. Bug #3199: PFS label not found panic http://bugs.dragonflybsd.org/issues/3199 * Author: tse * Status: New * Priority: Normal * Assignee: * Category: * Target version: Are

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #3198] OpenGL app crash with Radeon driver

2019-08-03 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #3198 has been updated by yellowrabbit2010. You're right. I got the same commit (fca8eb81f38c6d4b27e5fa79e030f0647dee0739) as the first one demonstrating a bug in glxgears. And you are probably right as well in the fact that this commit is not the cause of failures, it just makes the

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #3198] OpenGL app crash with Radeon driver

2019-08-01 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #3198 has been updated by ftigeot. I have pushed drm_ttm_radeon_3_19_8_bisect_vmfault to leaf and bisected what I could myself. (It can be necessary to comment out drm/i915 from the tree to build successfully) The first bad commit in that branch is

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #3197] DragonFly upgrades

2019-07-31 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #3197 has been updated by tse. File upgrade3 added Hiya, I think this gives you what you asked for: Upgrading to HEAD can be equally done with '-r 0' or '-r unstable' or even '-r master' and '-r 273ce6e304' Upgrading to the latest release can be done with '-r 1' '-r stable' or even '-r

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #3198] OpenGL app crash with Radeon driver

2019-07-31 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #3198 has been updated by yellowrabbit2010. The first commit on which the glxgears error occurs (vm_fault: pager read error) is 7dcf36dc33228b5b368783d7b6f7ada00ee671d6 on master (Thu Jun 20, drm/radeon: Upgrade to Linux 3.19.8). Is there a branch with individual changes?

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #3197] DragonFly upgrades

2019-07-30 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #3197 has been updated by tse. Or something like '-r stable' and '-r unstable' would be easy to add Bug #3197: DragonFly upgrades http://bugs.dragonflybsd.org/issues/3197#change-13767 * Author: tse * Status: New * Priority: Normal * Assignee: *

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #3197] DragonFly upgrades

2019-07-30 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #3197 has been updated by tse. File upgrade2 added Yup, lets leave the Makefile > Let's go even simpler - if a branch isn't named, as either RELEASE, HEAD, or > (Git commit ID), assume that it's an update of whatever branch is currently > in place. No menus or choices needed. For

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #3197] DragonFly upgrades

2019-07-30 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #3197 has been updated by justin. tse wrote: > If people don't pass a [ -r RELEASE ], then the script will give the release > options to select from Let's go even simpler - if a branch isn't named, as either RELEASE, HEAD, or (Git commit ID), assume that it's an update of whatever

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #3197] DragonFly upgrades

2019-07-29 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #3197 has been updated by tse. You're right, some people will want HEAD, and seeing @yellowrabbit do a commit bisect, a one liner upgrade to named commit would also be nice I wanted to avoid required flags, so people don't have to re-look them up, but an optional flag like [ -r HEAD |

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #3197] DragonFly upgrades

2019-07-28 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #3197 has been updated by justin. tse wrote: > 4.8 looks good to me. Feel free to re-download and try it out I am not sure how to describe this exactly, but I'm thinking it would be better as an action - upgrade --release for the current release version, 'upgrade --bleedingedge' or

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #3198] OpenGL app crash with Radeon driver

2019-07-27 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #3198 has been updated by yellowrabbit2010. File IMG_20190727_194932_HDR.jpg added Thanks! Yes, the trick with disabled acceleration allows to work without failures on the kernel 4685ca1cc305dbcd40d614ecc70f60a6a71ba453 :) I, on the other hand, built the working kernels until March 20,

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #3198] OpenGL app crash with Radeon driver

2019-07-27 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #3198 has been updated by ftigeot. I managed to dig up an old Radeon HD5450 which appears to exhibit the bug. There is no fix yet, but a workaround. Disabling acceleration in xorg.conf will stop the crashes from happening. Adding the line Option "NoAccel" "TRUE" in a Device section

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #3198] OpenGL app crash with Radeon driver

2019-07-24 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #3198 has been updated by yellowrabbit2010. File IMG_20190724_210557_HDR-min.jpg added File vga.txz added Unfortunately, this commit is already bad:( I will try to build a working kernel of an earlier version. Bug #3198: OpenGL app crash with

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #3198] OpenGL app crash with Radeon driver

2019-07-24 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #3198 has been updated by ftigeot. Thanks for this bug report. The issue looks to be hardware-specific though; I cannot reproduce it at will on any of my machines. The branch drm_ttm_radeon_4_4_180_v1 on leaf contains the individual changes leading to the Linux 4.4.180 update. Can you

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #3198] OpenGL app crash with Radeon driver

2019-07-17 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #3198 has been updated by yellowrabbit2010. I use the core of the March version -> I use the kernel from March Bug #3198: OpenGL app crash with Radeon driver http://bugs.dragonflybsd.org/issues/3198#change-13757 * Author: yellowrabbit2010 *

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #3198] (New) OpenGL app crash with Radeon driver

2019-07-17 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #3198 has been reported by yellowrabbit2010. Bug #3198: OpenGL app crash with Radeon driver http://bugs.dragonflybsd.org/issues/3198 * Author: yellowrabbit2010 * Status: New * Priority: High * Assignee: * Category: Driver * Target version:

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #3197] DragonFly upgrades

2019-07-14 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #3197 has been updated by tse. File upgrade added 4.8 looks good to me. Feel free to re-download and try it out Notes: The script uses 'fetch depth=1' which reduces the initial download by ~250MB. But developers who want full history can do '/usr/upgrade; cd /usr/src; git fetch

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #3197] DragonFly upgrades

2019-07-13 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #3197 has been updated by tse. File upgrade added Hiya, I realize this is quite a simple script, and possibly misses useful features (?). Originally posted to @users, but mailing list line-wraping didn't keep the script fully intact, so copy/paste/test wouldn't of worked Also, the

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #3197] (New) DragonFly upgrades

2019-07-13 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #3197 has been reported by tse. Bug #3197: DragonFly upgrades http://bugs.dragonflybsd.org/issues/3197 * Author: tse * Status: New * Priority: Normal * Assignee: * Category: Feature request * Target version:

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #3196] (New) test issue after redmine upgrade (2)

2019-07-05 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #3196 has been reported by tuxillo. Bug #3196: test issue after redmine upgrade (2) http://bugs.dragonflybsd.org/issues/3196 * Author: tuxillo * Status: New * Priority: Normal * Assignee: * Category: * Target version:

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #3195] (Closed) test issue after redmine upgrade

2019-07-05 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #3195 has been updated by tuxillo. Status changed from New to Closed closing (test 9 :) Bug #3195: test issue after redmine upgrade http://bugs.dragonflybsd.org/issues/3195#change-13751 * Author: tuxillo * Status: Closed * Priority: High *

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #3195] test issue after redmine upgrade

2019-07-05 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #3195 has been updated by tuxillo. test 8 Bug #3195: test issue after redmine upgrade http://bugs.dragonflybsd.org/issues/3195#change-13750 * Author: tuxillo * Status: New * Priority: High * Assignee: * Category: * Target version:

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #3195] test issue after redmine upgrade

2019-07-05 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #3195 has been updated by tuxillo. test 3 (sorry!) Bug #3195: test issue after redmine upgrade http://bugs.dragonflybsd.org/issues/3195#change-13744 * Author: tuxillo * Status: New * Priority: High * Assignee: * Category: * Target version:

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #3195] test issue after redmine upgrade

2019-07-05 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #3195 has been updated by tuxillo. test 3 (sorry!) Bug #3195: test issue after redmine upgrade http://bugs.dragonflybsd.org/issues/3195#change-13744 * Author: tuxillo * Status: New * Priority: High * Assignee: * Category: * Target version:

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #3195] test issue after redmine upgrade

2019-07-05 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #3195 has been updated by tuxillo. test 3 (sorry!) Bug #3195: test issue after redmine upgrade http://bugs.dragonflybsd.org/issues/3195#change-13744 * Author: tuxillo * Status: New * Priority: High * Assignee: * Category: * Target version:

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #270] (Resolved) Another annoying dvd playback bug

2019-07-05 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #270 has been updated by tuxillo. Description updated Category set to Other Status changed from New to Resolved Assignee changed from 0 to tuxillo Target version set to master This doesn't happen anymore with 'gnome-mplayer' as it is called now in DPorts.

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #270] (Resolved) Another annoying dvd playback bug

2019-07-05 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #270 has been updated by tuxillo. Description updated Category set to Other Status changed from New to Resolved Assignee changed from 0 to tuxillo Target version set to master This doesn't happen anymore with 'gnome-mplayer' as it is called now in DPorts.

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #270] (Resolved) Another annoying dvd playback bug

2019-07-05 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #270 has been updated by tuxillo. Description updated Category set to Other Status changed from New to Resolved Assignee changed from 0 to tuxillo Target version set to master This doesn't happen anymore with 'gnome-mplayer' as it is called now in DPorts.

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #270] (Resolved) Another annoying dvd playback bug

2019-07-05 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #270 has been updated by tuxillo. Description updated Category set to Other Status changed from New to Resolved Assignee changed from 0 to tuxillo Target version set to master This doesn't happen anymore with 'gnome-mplayer' as it is called now in DPorts.

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #3195] test issue after redmine upgrade

2019-07-05 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #3195 has been updated by tuxillo. test 2 Bug #3195: test issue after redmine upgrade http://bugs.dragonflybsd.org/issues/3195#change-13741 * Author: tuxillo * Status: New * Priority: High * Assignee: * Category: * Target version:

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #3195] test issue after redmine upgrade

2019-07-05 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #3195 has been updated by tuxillo. test 2 Bug #3195: test issue after redmine upgrade http://bugs.dragonflybsd.org/issues/3195#change-13741 * Author: tuxillo * Status: New * Priority: High * Assignee: * Category: * Target version:

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #3195] test issue after redmine upgrade

2019-07-05 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #3195 has been updated by tuxillo. test 2 Bug #3195: test issue after redmine upgrade http://bugs.dragonflybsd.org/issues/3195#change-13741 * Author: tuxillo * Status: New * Priority: High * Assignee: * Category: * Target version:

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #3183] (Closed) Go builder: failures connecting to locally created webservice during build tests

2019-06-29 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #3183 has been updated by t_dfbsd. Status changed from New to Closed Closing this ticket. The Go team found a bug in the crypto/tls build test. From comments: "crypto/tls: deflake localPipe in tests The localPipe implementation assumes that every successful net.Dial results in exactly

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #3194] Hammer kernel crash on mirror-stream of PFS after upgrade (assertion "cursor->flags & HAMMER_CURSOR_ITERATE_CHECK" failed in hammer_btree_iterate)

2019-06-29 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #3194 has been updated by benjolitz. Addendum: this is really funny, but may be useful in determining what the exact issue is. I had an error in my init that caused the ``hammer mirror-stream`` for a PFS to be launched *twice*. Bug #3194: Hammer

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #3194] Hammer kernel crash on mirror-stream of PFS after upgrade (assertion "cursor->flags & HAMMER_CURSOR_ITERATE_CHECK" failed in hammer_btree_iterate)

2019-06-29 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #3194 has been updated by benjolitz. File IMG_0165.HEIC added attached photo of what I transcribed from. Bug #3194: Hammer kernel crash on mirror-stream of PFS after upgrade (assertion "cursor->flags & HAMMER_CURSOR_ITERATE_CHECK" failed in

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #3194] (New) Hammer kernel crash on mirror-stream of PFS after upgrade (assertion "cursor->flags & HAMMER_CURSOR_ITERATE_CHECK" failed in hammer_btree_iterate)

2019-06-29 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #3194 has been reported by benjolitz. Bug #3194: Hammer kernel crash on mirror-stream of PFS after upgrade (assertion "cursor->flags & HAMMER_CURSOR_ITERATE_CHECK" failed in hammer_btree_iterate) http://bugs.dragonflybsd.org/issues/3194 * Author:

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #3183] Go builder: failures connecting to locally created webservice during build tests

2019-06-28 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #3183 has been updated by t_dfbsd. Thw Go team has posted an update on this bug: https://github.com/golang/go/issues/29583 Bug #3183: Go builder: failures connecting to locally created webservice during build tests

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #2971] (Resolved) kernel 4.7: buildworld causes panic: Bad link elm 0xffffffe1c766d500 prev->next != elm

2019-06-20 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #2971 has been updated by liweitianux. Status changed from Feedback to Resolved peeter, thank you for providing more information on this issue. By the way, I've been running DragonFly BSD with HAMMER1 on an old machine for the last ~2 years, and never see such an issue or similar ones.

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #2971] kernel 4.7: buildworld causes panic: Bad link elm 0xffffffe1c766d500 prev->next != elm

2019-06-20 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #2971 has been updated by peeter. I should note that this was not a memory issue. I tested memory very thoroughly. Also, the system has been running very reliably over the recent 1.5 yrs, definitely not a memory problem. -- Bug #2971: kernel

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #2971] kernel 4.7: buildworld causes panic: Bad link elm 0xffffffe1c766d500 prev->next != elm

2019-06-20 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #2971 has been updated by peeter. Hello I believe you can close this. I have no means of testing any more, I've long migrated to HAMMER2. Also, DragonFly has undergone many changes since the report. Cheers Peeter -- Bug #2971: kernel 4.7:

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #2404] (Closed) cp from dir mounted with mount_psshfs fails on mmap -1 errno 22 Invalid argument

2019-06-19 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #2404 has been updated by herrgard. Description updated Status changed from New to Closed Puffs removed with commit ee3ebee6341d385ab1e8f63b026efd8eeb72a25f so closing this. Bug #2404: cp from dir mounted with mount_psshfs fails on mmap -1 errno

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #2707] (Resolved) physical memory corruption with intel gpu 4500HD

2019-06-19 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #2707 has been updated by liweitianux. Status changed from Feedback to Resolved Has been resolved by profmakx. Bug #2707: physical memory corruption with intel gpu 4500HD http://bugs.dragonflybsd.org/issues/2707#change-13729 * Author: jorisgio *

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #2789] (Resolved) re: Tcplay ---> Could not open /dev/crypto

2019-06-19 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #2789 has been updated by liweitianux. Status changed from New to Resolved This issue has been answered. The 'cryptodev' module (built-in by default) must be loaded for using tcplay(8). Bug #2789: re: Tcplay ---> Could not open /dev/crypto

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #3048] (Resolved) natacontrol & virtio

2019-06-19 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #3048 has been updated by liweitianux. Status changed from New to Resolved Well, natacontrol(8) only controls nata(4) devices, such as 'ad*', 'cd*', 'acd*', but cannot control virtio(4) as well as ahci(4) devices. Bug #3048: natacontrol & virtio

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #2971] (Feedback) kernel 4.7: buildworld causes panic: Bad link elm 0xffffffe1c766d500 prev->next != elm

2019-06-19 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #2971 has been updated by liweitianux. Status changed from New to Feedback Hello. Any new findings to this issue? Buildworld has been run many times on HAMMER, and we haven't gotten another similar issue report. The memory issue suggested by sephe may better explain this issue.

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #2983] (Resolved) Video artifacts after recent Xorg upgrade on Radeon HD 7560D (AMD GPU)

2019-06-19 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #2983 has been updated by liweitianux. Status changed from New to Resolved This issue has been answered and I don't think it's relevant now, due to the significantly updated graphical stack in DragonFly BSD as well as Xorg/drivers in DPorts. Bug

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #3045] (Resolved) net.inet.ip.fastforwarding causes PF NAT to break/duplicate packets

2019-06-19 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #3045 has been updated by liweitianux. Status changed from New to Resolved This issue has been answered. Sephe suggested not to use 'fastforwarding'. Bug #3045: net.inet.ip.fastforwarding causes PF NAT to break/duplicate packets

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #3081] (Resolved) Cannot install npm package eslint

2019-06-19 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #3081 has been updated by liweitianux. Status changed from New to Resolved This is a dports/3rd-party problem that may be not really related to DragonFly BSD. Also, this issue was answered but got no feedback. I regard this issue has been resolved.

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #3127] (Resolved) DragonFly 5.1: panic: assertion "count & TOK_COUNTMASK" failed in _lwkt_reltokref at /usr/src/sys/kern/lwkt_token.c:410

2019-06-19 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #3127 has been updated by liweitianux. Status changed from In Progress to Resolved The reporter said this issue had been resolved. Bug #3127: DragonFly 5.1: panic: assertion "count & TOK_COUNTMASK" failed in _lwkt_reltokref at

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #3047] HAMMER critical write error

2019-06-19 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #3047 has been updated by samuel. That issue was possibly/probably related to filling up all available disk space (60GB at the time) I have tried to avoid that possibility since then, and brought some external drives for dfly So I've not seen it again... but also I've worked hard to not

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #3027] installer: password do not allow special characters

2019-06-18 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #3027 has been updated by liweitianux. Category changed from Other to installer Priority changed from High to Normal Related issue: #2316 Bug #3027: installer: password do not allow special characters

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #2318] (Resolved) snd_emu10k1 produces only stuttering noise

2019-06-18 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #2318 has been updated by liweitianux. Description updated Status changed from New to Resolved This issue has been resolved. What's more, the audio subsystem has been synced with FreeBSD since then. Bug #2318: snd_emu10k1 produces only stuttering

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #2405] (Resolved) Permission issue with mount_psshfs and user mount

2019-06-18 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #2405 has been updated by liweitianux. Description updated Status changed from New to Resolved PUFFS and mount_psshfs have been removed. Bug #2405: Permission issue with mount_psshfs and user mount

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #2446] (Resolved) make buildkernel fails for DragonflyBSD 3.2.1 or later if INVARIANTS option is not defined in the kernel config file.

2019-06-18 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #2446 has been updated by liweitianux. Status changed from Feedback to Resolved This issue has been resolved. Bug #2446: make buildkernel fails for DragonflyBSD 3.2.1 or later if INVARIANTS option is not defined in the kernel config file.

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #2669] (Resolved) Install ISO of 3.6.2-REL doesn't see keyboard and LATEST failed to boot

2019-06-18 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #2669 has been updated by liweitianux. Status changed from New to Resolved No response from the reporter. Current DragonFly BSD shouldn't have such keyboard issues, so this issue can be closed. Bug #2669: Install ISO of 3.6.2-REL doesn't see

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #2628] Vendor branch update for WPA-Supplicant and HostAPD

2019-06-18 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #2628 has been updated by liweitianux. HostAP was removed from base. WPA-suuplicant is still in base but needs an update. Bug #2628: Vendor branch update for WPA-Supplicant and HostAPD http://bugs.dragonflybsd.org/issues/2628#change-13712 *

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #2633] (Resolved) Audio overhaul, bring OSS up to FreeBSD

2019-06-18 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #2633 has been updated by liweitianux. Status changed from New to Resolved The audio subsystem has been synced with FreeBSD. So this issue can be closed. Bug #2633: Audio overhaul, bring OSS up to FreeBSD

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #2656] (Resolved) Needs acl to migrate our servers

2019-06-18 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #2656 has been updated by liweitianux. Status changed from In Progress to Resolved This bug was obsoleted by bug #2657 (A duplicate of this bug but has more info). Bug #2656: Needs acl to migrate our servers

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #2953] open(2) returns "Permission denied" instead of "File exists"

2019-06-18 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #2953 has been updated by swildner. As I read the standard, open() should return EEXIST as soon as the file exists and O_EXCL and O_CREAT are passed, without further conditions. Bug #2953: open(2) returns "Permission denied" instead of "File

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #2817] (Resolved) Permission checking for utimes(2) and friends are not properly honoured

2019-06-18 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #2817 has been updated by liweitianux. Status changed from New to Resolved This issue was answered and can be closed. Bug #2817: Permission checking for utimes(2) and friends are not properly honoured

[DragonFlyBSD - Bug #2856] (Resolved) build failed for some dport packages due to automake update

2019-06-18 Thread bugtracker-admin
Issue #2856 has been updated by liweitianux. Status changed from New to Resolved The reported issue was answered and is not relevant now. Bug #2856: build failed for some dport packages due to automake update

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