Re: strange compile error in scvgarndr.c

2017-04-17 Thread O. Hartmann
On Mon, 17 Apr 2017 10:14:59 +0200 Gary Jennejohn wrote: > I'm seeing this very strange error when I try to make a kernel using > sources updated about 5 minutes ago: > > -- > >>> stage 3.1: building everything

Re: CFT: EVDEV support in psm(4) driver

2017-04-17 Thread Vladimir Kondratyev
On 2017-04-17 13:59, Jan Kokemüller wrote: Hi Vladimir, this patch works great for me! Great! I am not using xf86-input-mouse or xf86-input-keyboard. You stepped on minefield. xf86-input-keyboard does things that should be done by xorg-server like terminal blanking, disabling keybuffering

Re: r316958: booting a server takes >10 minutes!

2017-04-17 Thread Ian Lepore
On Sun, 2017-04-16 at 21:53 -0700, Maxim Sobolev wrote: > Well, all this suggests to me that there must be some issue with the client > syslog code in the libc, so that if syslog daemon hangs or has some > internal issue that would basically render system mostly unusable. I think > that might be

Fwd: Sendmail eats CPU on r317039 [after -r316874 it may be -r316951 and -r316973 are not enough to fix everything]

2017-04-17 Thread Mark Millard
Just an FYI of a more recent report of runaway sendmail on a more recent system version ( -r317039 ): Begin forwarded message: > From: Tom Vijlbrief > Subject: Sendmail eats CPU on r317039 > Date: April 17, 2017 at 3:39:37 AM PDT > To: "freebsd-current at freebsd.org" , > freebsd-arm > > On

Re: CFT: EVDEV support in psm(4) driver

2017-04-17 Thread Jan Kokemüller
Hi Vladimir, this patch works great for me! I'm testing this with a semi-mt Synaptics touchpad and a TrackPoint of a Lenovo T420. I'm running 12-CURRENT (amd64) and Xorg 1.19.3 from Matthew's CFT with the libudev-devd backend. The Evdev devices are picked up correctly by libudev-devd and

Sendmail eats CPU on r317039

2017-04-17 Thread Tom Vijlbrief
On a recent kernel sendmail is constantly consuming CPU. truss -p PID shows: sendto(3,"<22>Apr 17 10:30:33 sendmail[362"...,163,0x0,NULL,0) ERR#55 'No buffer space available' nanosleep({ 0.01000 }) = 0 (0x0) sendto(3,"<22>Apr 17 10:30:33 sendmail[362"...,163,0x0,NULL,0) ERR#55 'No buffer

strange compile error in scvgarndr.c

2017-04-17 Thread Gary Jennejohn
I'm seeing this very strange error when I try to make a kernel using sources updated about 5 minutes ago: -- >>> stage 3.1: building everything --