Re: Plea for base system trim

2003-03-05 Thread ianf
Subscriber wrote: Would the powers that be please consider removing sendmail, bind and openssl from the base system, as was done for perl with 5.0? There are /etc/make.conf variables to control this so you can do it for yourself: #NO_BIND= true# do not build BIND #NO_OPENSSH=

SIO interrupt level buffer overflows

2003-02-23 Thread ianf
Hi I've had a resurgence of these starting a few days ago. Basically whenever there is fairly heavy IO (I mean as heavy as IO can get on a COM port) the console starts spewing these messages. [brane-dead] ~ # uptime 5:05PM up 1 day, 8:39, 1 user, load averages: 2.02, 2.10, 2.09 [brane-dead]

Panic induced by background fsck.

2003-02-19 Thread ianf
Hi Several seconds into background fsck, this happens. It's easily repeatable by enabling background fsck and booting after an unclean shutdown. Kernel is 2003-02-19 from source checked out on that day (SMP). The filesystems are UFS1 with softupdates. panic: vm_fault: fault on nofault entry,

LOR in pcn driver (and pcn driver may be broken)

2003-02-19 Thread ianf
Hi I got this yesterday on my SMP system current as of yesterday: pcn0: AMD PCnet/PCI 10/100BaseTX port 0xe800-0xe81f mem 0xea001000-0xea00101f irq 16 at device 9.0 on pci0 ../../../vm/uma_core.c:1330: could sleep with pcn0 locked from ../../../pci/if_pcn.c:524 ../../../vm/uma_core.c:1330:

panic (fault on nofault)

2003-02-17 Thread ianf
Hi I turned softupdates back on recently. This panic is very repeatable: turn off the computer without shutting down. It panics shortly after the background fsck starts. The kernel and world are recent and in sync: [brane-dead] ~ # uname -a FreeBSD brane-dead.digs.iafrica.com 5.0-CURRENT

Re: sio and ed woes - ACPI hallucinating

2002-12-18 Thread ianf
Bruce Evans wrote: On Tue, 17 Dec 2002 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have a problem getting CURRENT to find my ISA SMC Ultra ethernet card. No matter what I do I can't stop the kernel finding a third sio device on top of the memory and interrupt that the ed card occupies. The kernel

sio and ed woes

2002-12-17 Thread ianf
Hi I have a problem getting CURRENT to find my ISA SMC Ultra ethernet card. No matter what I do I can't stop the kernel finding a third sio device on top of the memory and interrupt that the ed card occupies. The kernel correctly registers its surprise at finding the third sio device since no

Re: Any ideas at all about network problem?

2002-12-04 Thread ianf
Joshua Goodall wrote: On Wed, Dec 04, 2002 at 01:32:58AM +0100, Brad Knowles wrote: At 12:31 PM +0200 2002/12/03, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: The two machines involved are connected by a crossover cable: I've heard of lots of problems with machines using cross-over cables. Can

Re: Any ideas at all about network problem?

2002-12-04 Thread ianf
Brad Knowles wrote: At 12:31 PM +0200 2002/12/03, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: The two machines involved are connected by a crossover cable: I've heard of lots of problems with machines using cross-over cables. Can you connect the machines through a switch, and ensure that they are

Re: Any ideas at all about network problem?

2002-12-03 Thread ianf
Brad Knowles wrote: At 12:55 AM -0500 2002/12/02, Craig Reyenga wrote: I just tried a 3com 3c905 NIC (my roommate's) and it _also_ transfers slowly (about 3.5MB/sec, so just under half of what i used to get with my realtek in -stable). It also spit out a few messages:

Re: I'm impressed, but ...

2002-11-25 Thread ianf
Philip Paeps wrote: Hi guys - I accidently upgraded my workstation to -CURRENT over the weekend (forgot a tag=RELENG_4 in my supfile and let it cook). It being a workstation and containing no critical data, I decided to just stick with it and give it a go . The machine's been running