Re: libexec/rtld-elf install broken?

2000-07-19 Thread Alfred Perlstein
* John Polstra [EMAIL PROTECTED] [000719 18:32] wrote: Alfred Perlstein wrote: I needed to add 'cp' to src/Makefile.inc1, Marcel explained it to me Oh, so it was "cp" that wasn't found, I take it. We should change the message in make so it's more like what shells say

Re: Build broken?

2000-07-15 Thread Alfred Perlstein
* Mike Meyer [EMAIL PROTECTED] [000715 07:29] wrote: The build broke this morning, and is still broken as of a few moments ago. The problem is that systat tries to use the (apparently now missing) m_mtypes element of the mbstat structure: su-2.04# pwd /usr/src/usr.bin/systat su-2.04# make

Network install HOWTO available.

2000-07-13 Thread Alfred Perlstein
Ok guys it's a _very_ rough HOWTO, but patches (not comments!) would be appreciated: How to install FreeBSD via Intel's netboot (PXE) http://people.freebsd.org/~alfred/pxe/ enjoy. -- -Alfred Perlstein - [[EMAIL PROTECTED]|[EMAIL PROTECTED]] "I have the heart of a child; I

Re: regex(3)

2000-07-09 Thread Alfred Perlstein
the original test suit for Spencer's library. I'd like, thus, to merge the changes. If anyone have objections, please raise them now. :-) None other than waiting at least 2 weeks, or for 4.1 to come out. thanks, -- -Alfred Perlstein - [[EMAIL PROTECTED]|[EMAIL PROTECTED]] "I have the heart of a

Re: about Kern/15436

2000-07-07 Thread Alfred Perlstein
* Oliver Fromme [EMAIL PROTECTED] [000707 16:18] wrote: Michael C. Wu wrote: Will you consider looking at : http://dorifer.heim3.tu-clausthal.de/~olli/propellers/ http://www.freebsd.org/cgi/query-pr.cgi?pr=15436 It is an additional functionality and should not pose a

Re: /sys hierarchy

2000-07-05 Thread Alfred Perlstein
* John Baldwin [EMAIL PROTECTED] [000705 00:04] wrote: I've tried to update the document to reflect the comments I've received so far: Current directory structure: sys/ ${MACHINE}/ - MD stuff conf/ - MD kernel config files [gag, snip] Here is my

Re: Questions about kmem_malloc and SPL levels

2000-06-27 Thread Alfred Perlstein
private map then you'd only really need splbio wrapped around the call. -- -Alfred Perlstein - [[EMAIL PROTECTED]|[EMAIL PROTECTED]] "I have the heart of a child; I keep it in a jar on my desk." To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-curre

Re: Huh? ssh stopped working with new kernel.

2000-06-27 Thread Alfred Perlstein
* Julian Elischer [EMAIL PROTECTED] [000627 12:36] wrote: So I cvsupped yesterday, and tehn made a new kernel. so suddenly ssh doesn't work any more. cvsup again and recompile and reload the randomdev module, it should resume working. -Alfred To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED]

syscons rebooting when going to 80x50

2000-06-14 Thread Alfred Perlstein
After taking the patches for config and booting my box reboots because I have: #allscreens_flags="-m on 80x50" #saver="logo" #font8x8="cp437-8x8" #font8x14="cp437-8x14" #font8x16="cp437-8x16" enabled in my rc.conf, a kernel from ~2 days ago is fine with this. thanks, -Alfred To Unsubscribe:

Re: syscons rebooting when going to 80x50

2000-06-14 Thread Alfred Perlstein
* Kazutaka YOKOTA [EMAIL PROTECTED] [000614 17:00] wrote: After taking the patches for config and booting my box reboots Which patch is it? I'm sorry, I should have been more clear, no patches, just the 5.0 sources from ~noon PST. -Alfred To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED]

xmms broken by either libc_r or sound

2000-06-14 Thread Alfred Perlstein
xmms is a really good test for libc_r and the sound system. xmms no longer plays back mp3s, other mp3 players are working fine. Any ideas? -Alfred To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the body of the message

Re: World broken again...

2000-05-25 Thread Alfred Perlstein
nothing to do with this particular breakage. afaik -O -pipe is supported, the breakage in libdisk is due to an oversight using vi most likely, I've fixed it, we'll see how the rest of world progresses. -- -Alfred Perlstein - [[EMAIL PROTECTED]|[EMAIL PROTECTED]] "I have the heart of a child; I

Re: SMP changes and breaking kld object module compatibility

2000-04-24 Thread Alfred Perlstein
ems with the I cache where inlining really doesn't pay off. Most archs nowadays have pretty good support for leaf functions or have cheap calls instructions. Just food for thought. -- -Alfred Perlstein - [[EMAIL PROTECTED]|[EMAIL PROTECTED]] "I have the heart of a child; I ke

Re: Archive pruning

2000-04-24 Thread Alfred Perlstein
could adopt it. -- -Alfred Perlstein - [[EMAIL PROTECTED]|[EMAIL PROTECTED]] "I have the heart of a child; I keep it in a jar on my desk." To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the body of the message

Re: panic: vm_object_shadow: source object has OBJ_ONEMAPPING set.

2000-04-15 Thread Alfred Perlstein
OBJ_ONEMAPPING is set. Then add some printfs to find the snippet that's incrementing it to complain when the OBJ_ONEMAPPING bit is set, and complain if setting OBJ_ONEMAPPING when the refcount is too high. Blotting out a KASSERT isn't the right thing to do. -- -Alfred Perlstein - [[EMAIL PROTECTED

Re: panic: vm_object_shadow: source object has OBJ_ONEMAPPING set.

2000-04-15 Thread Alfred Perlstein
* Matthew Dillon [EMAIL PROTECTED] [000415 11:32] wrote: :On Thu, 13 Apr 2000, Michael Reifenberger wrote: : : Hi, : when using a linux java app (SAP PlatinGUI 46Cb2) I get the above panic. : FreeBSD -current. Kernel+mods in sync. : Linux from ports. Linux-Java-JDK 1.2.2 from blackdown as

Re: Integrating QMAIL in the world

2000-04-09 Thread Alfred Perlstein
distribution, the ports ought to work fine for most people, there's no reason to bloat the repo and at the same time complicate the build issues. thanks, -- -Alfred Perlstein - [[EMAIL PROTECTED]|[EMAIL PROTECTED]] "I have the heart of a child; I keep it in a jar on my desk." To Un

Re: cvs commit: src/sys/i386/i386 support.s src/sys/kern init_sysent.c kern_prot.c kern_sig.c

2000-04-05 Thread Alfred Perlstein
* Greg Lehey [EMAIL PROTECTED] [000403 18:07] wrote: On Sunday, 2 April 2000 at 17:23:49 -0700, Alfred Perlstein wrote: * Matthew Dillon [EMAIL PROTECTED] [000402 17:04] wrote: :I did look at the code, struct proc is allocated from a zone, :meaning it won't "go away" once

Re: Vinum breakage

2000-04-05 Thread Alfred Perlstein
is incompatible with a kernel running vinum without debug (the default when linked in). So you must also relink your vinum utilities without debug and install them or you won't be able to use vinum. I hope to work with Greg soon to resolve this, if it hasn't already been fixed. -- -Alfred

Re: MLEN and crashes

2000-04-03 Thread Alfred Perlstein
faik. Just because it's legal C doesn't mean it's allowed, it's perfectly legal to do a lot of things in a usermode program that you can't do in a kernel routine, smashing the kernel stack is one of these things. :) -- -Alfred Perlstein - [[EMAIL PROTECTED]|[EMAIL PROTECTED]] "I h

Re: MLEN and crashes

2000-04-02 Thread Alfred Perlstein
, since we're heading up SMP now it _not_ the time to start using global variables. -- -Alfred Perlstein - [[EMAIL PROTECTED]|[EMAIL PROTECTED]] "I have the heart of a child; I keep it in a jar on my desk." To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe

Re: Deadlock with vinum raid5

2000-04-02 Thread Alfred Perlstein
265s plexoffset 0s sd name vinum0.p0.s1 drive vinumdrive2 plex vinum0.p0 len 16782848s driveoffset 265s plexoffset 512s just FYI. Have any of you guys running vinum had any problems with phk's recent patches with bio? Just wanted to know if I should take the plunge. -- -Alfred Perlstein

Re: Deadlock with vinum raid5

2000-04-02 Thread Alfred Perlstein
* Soren Schmidt [EMAIL PROTECTED] [000402 13:05] wrote: It seems Alfred Perlstein wrote: Just to clearify the things... Are these problems with 4.0-RELEASE with 4.0-STABLE or with 5.0-CURRENT? I have the problem with 4.0-RELEASE, STABLE and 5.0-current but it might only occur

Re: cvs commit: src/sys/i386/i386 support.s src/sys/kern init_sysent.c kern_prot.c kern_sig.c

2000-04-02 Thread Alfred Perlstein
ereference the ppid pointer once the entire struct proc is populated, which needs to happen before the process can even call getpid(). phk seems to agree. -- -Alfred Perlstein - [[EMAIL PROTECTED]|[EMAIL PROTECTED]] "I have the heart of a child; I keep it in a jar on my desk." To Un

Re: cvs commit: src/sys/i386/i386 support.s src/sys/kern init_sysent.c kern_prot.c kern_sig.c

2000-04-02 Thread Alfred Perlstein
inter once the entire struct proc is populated, which needs :to happen before the process can even call getpid(). : :phk seems to agree. : :-- :-Alfred Perlstein - [[EMAIL PROTECTED]|[EMAIL PROTECTED]] :"I have the heart of a child; I keep it in a jar on my desk." The pr

Re: cvs commit: src/sys/i386/i386 support.s src/sys/kern init_sysent.c kern_prot.c kern_sig.c

2000-04-02 Thread Alfred Perlstein
* Matthew Dillon [EMAIL PROTECTED] [000402 17:04] wrote: :I did look at the code, struct proc is allocated from a zone, :meaning it won't "go away" once allocated, there's no danger in :dereferencing p_pptr, I don't get it. : :-- :-Alfred Perlstein - [[EMAIL PROTECTED]|[EMAIL

Using packed structs to gain cheap SMP primatives

2000-03-29 Thread Alfred Perlstein
struct) -- -Alfred Perlstein - [[EMAIL PROTECTED]|[EMAIL PROTECTED]] To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the body of the message

Re: Using packed structs to gain cheap SMP primatives

2000-03-29 Thread Alfred Perlstein
* Allen Pulsifer [EMAIL PROTECTED] [000329 21:05] wrote: Here's another alternative for reading structures like time that always change monotonically: read the values in "MSB" to "LSB" order, then go back and check in reverse order that nothing has changed. For example, to read a structure

Re: Using packed structs to gain cheap SMP primatives

2000-03-29 Thread Alfred Perlstein
with respect to readers) or not, or perhaps to rely on it but mark it somehow so people can "fix it" if the need arises later by using other locking primatives on what should be atomic updates. My vote is yes. -- -Alfred Perlstein - [[EMAIL PROTECTED]|[EMAIL PROTECTED]] To Unsubscribe:

Re: UP kernel performance and Matt Dillon's patches

2000-03-28 Thread Alfred Perlstein
2000/03/28 07:16:15 dillon Exp $ -- -Alfred Perlstein - [[EMAIL PROTECTED]|[EMAIL PROTECTED]] To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the body of the message

Re: Is there spinlocks/semaphores available for drivers?

2000-03-27 Thread Alfred Perlstein
needs to be worked out somehow. -- -Alfred Perlstein - [[EMAIL PROTECTED]|[EMAIL PROTECTED]] To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the body of the message

vinum possible casulty of B_* patches?

2000-03-26 Thread Alfred Perlstein
inum drive is "marked clean" on boot without the need for fsck. Anyhow, I just wanted to let you guys know what's going on hopefully you'll have a solution faster than I will. thanks, -- -Alfred Perlstein - [[EMAIL PROTECTED]|[EMAIL PROTECTED]] To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTE

Re: vinum possible casulty of B_* patches?

2000-03-26 Thread Alfred Perlstein
* Poul-Henning Kamp [EMAIL PROTECTED] [000326 01:18] wrote: In message [EMAIL PROTECTED], Alfred Perlstein writes: I'm about to wander down vinum's source again. With a kernel and vinum module dated approx Tue Feb 29 06:53:56 PST 2000 everything works fine. I recently (tonight) I cvsup'd

Re: vinum possible casulty of B_* patches?

2000-03-26 Thread Alfred Perlstein
* Bernd Walter [EMAIL PROTECTED] [000326 01:51] wrote: On Sun, Mar 26, 2000 at 01:15:07AM -0800, Alfred Perlstein wrote: I recently (tonight) I cvsup'd to 5.0 to play with Matt's SMP stuff and came across a problem where it seems that 5.0 doesn't get any IO down to my vinum striped

Re: Why are all accesses to the cpl surrounded by a lock?

2000-03-25 Thread Alfred Perlstein
? -- -Alfred Perlstein - [[EMAIL PROTECTED]|[EMAIL PROTECTED]] To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the body of the message

Re: Preliminary SMP/BGL patch

2000-03-24 Thread Alfred Perlstein
* Matthew Dillon [EMAIL PROTECTED] [000324 10:23] wrote: A preliminary BGL patch is now on my site, relative to RELENG_4. http://www.backplane.com/FreeBSD4/ It is the smp-patch-03.diff item at the end of the first section. My test box successfully built the world. I

Re: AMI MegaRAID lockup? not accepting commands.

2000-03-23 Thread Alfred Perlstein
fine AMR_MAXCMD 127 /* ident = 0 not allowed */ #define AMR_MAXLD 40 #define AMR_BLKSIZE 512 -- -Alfred Perlstein - [[EMAIL PROTECTED]|[EMAIL PROTECTED]] To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the body of the message

Re: install problem with 4.0 (spec_getpages)

2000-03-20 Thread Alfred Perlstein
n one is dd'ing the 2.88MB images to a 1.44 diskette and being too tired to figure out what the #@$@#$@@# is going wrong while shivering your butt off in the colo facility. blech! :) -- -Alfred Perlstein - [[EMAIL PROTECTED]|[EMAIL PROTECTED]] To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROT

Re: patches for test / review

2000-03-20 Thread Alfred Perlstein
way). To realize my "nfs super commit" stuff all we'd need to do is make the max cluster size something like 0-1 and instantly get an almost unbounded IO burst. -- -Alfred Perlstein - [[EMAIL PROTECTED]|[EMAIL PROTECTED]] To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsub

Re: patches for test / review

2000-03-20 Thread Alfred Perlstein
* Poul-Henning Kamp [EMAIL PROTECTED] [000320 11:45] wrote: In message [EMAIL PROTECTED], Alfred Perlstein writes: Keeping the currect cluster code is a bad idea, if the drivers were taught how to traverse the linked list in the buf struct rather than just notice "a big buffer"

I/O clustering, Re: patches for test / review

2000-03-20 Thread Alfred Perlstein
* Poul-Henning Kamp [EMAIL PROTECTED] [000320 12:03] wrote: In message [EMAIL PROTECTED], Alfred Perlstein writes: * Poul-Henning Kamp [EMAIL PROTECTED] [000320 11:45] wrote: In message [EMAIL PROTECTED], Alfred Perlstein writes: Keeping the currect cluster code is a bad idea

Re: patches for test / review

2000-03-20 Thread Alfred Perlstein
I do agree with the direction it's going I wish you and Kirk the best of luck. I have to get back to my html/php/db stuff (kill me now). :) Thanks for taking the time to go over it. -- -Alfred Perlstein - [[EMAIL PROTECTED]|[EMAIL PROTECTED]] To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL

Re: install problem with 4.0 (spec_getpages)

2000-03-19 Thread Alfred Perlstein
* Marc van Kempen [EMAIL PROTECTED] [000319 07:18] wrote: Marc van Kempen wrote: Hi, While trying to boot from the 4.0 installation disks, I get the following error after the devices have been probed: [SNIP] root@localhost:/usr/src/sys/compile/SCHOPENHAUER

Re: Streamlining FreeBSD Installations

2000-03-17 Thread Alfred Perlstein
* Jonathan Smith [EMAIL PROTECTED] [000317 08:48] wrote: On Fri, 17 Mar 2000, Forrest Aldrich wrote: Another issue here, at least in our application of it, is about adding users and setting passwords.With well over 100 machines, we want to also have installed user accounts

Re: kern/8324

2000-03-17 Thread Alfred Perlstein
to set the flags properly, but if they are then it should work sort of the way SIGIO does, basically generating a signal for /some condition/ on a descriptor. -- -Alfred Perlstein - [[EMAIL PROTECTED]|[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Index: tty_pty.c

Re: 3 - 4 when /usr is a vinum volume?

2000-03-17 Thread Alfred Perlstein
and you should be able to boot 3.x kernels with 3.x modules and 4.0 modules with a 4.0 kernel without too much voodoo. good luck, -- -Alfred Perlstein - [[EMAIL PROTECTED]|[EMAIL PROTECTED]] To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the body of the message

Re: Why not gzip iso images?

2000-03-15 Thread Alfred Perlstein
probably keep enough disk space free to hold one and not much more, going from a requirement of ~650MB to ~1.2GB wouldn't be a smart move imo. -- -Alfred Perlstein - [[EMAIL PROTECTED]|[EMAIL PROTECTED]] To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-cu

Re: Getty/Init weirdness

2000-03-07 Thread Alfred Perlstein
* Christopher Nielsen [EMAIL PROTECTED] [000307 12:09] wrote: After much perusing of source code, scouring of cvs log messages, and searching the archives, I've determined I have no idea where else to look for this problem I'm having. The problem is this: After booting, starting all

Re: Getty/Init weirdness

2000-03-07 Thread Alfred Perlstein
* Christopher Nielsen [EMAIL PROTECTED] [000307 12:50] wrote: "Alfred" == Alfred Perlstein [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Alfred When was the last time you've cvsup'd and built world Alfred before it broke? I added some functionality to init, but Alfred that was about 2

Re: problem of make release.

2000-03-07 Thread Alfred Perlstein
* Idea Receiver [EMAIL PROTECTED] [000307 21:33] wrote: hi, I was tring to make release (just for interests) yesterday. Which I receive an error "ln: /R/stage/kernels/GENERIC: No such file or directory" in release.3. I go back to check Makefile, I see "_R" been defined as "/R". Which

Re: Small bug in chown and chgrp ?

2000-03-06 Thread Alfred Perlstein
* Dave Boers [EMAIL PROTECTED] [000306 12:08] wrote: Hi all, I've been bitten by the following: 44 relativity ~ % chown -v djb:wheel test chown: illegal option -- v usage: chown [-R [-H | -L | -P]] [-f] [-h] [-v] owner[:group] file ... chown [-R [-H | -L | -P]] [-f] [-h] [-v]

Re: which(1), rewritten in C?

2000-03-03 Thread Alfred Perlstein
* Dan Papasian [EMAIL PROTECTED] [000303 04:39] wrote: Can you please give an example of where multiple arguments doesn't work as expected? It works fine over here. ~ % which ls ln sh /bin/ls /bin/ln /bin/sh ~ % ./a.out ls ln sh /bin/sh -- -Alfred Perlstein - [[EMAIL PROTECTED]|[EMAIL

Re: Shared memory - Was: 2 Queries

2000-02-29 Thread Alfred Perlstein
* Cliff Rowley [EMAIL PROTECTED] [000229 01:59] wrote: Just an update on this shared memory error. After running XFree86 for a couple of hours, running various programs (I've not seen a pattern yet): [dozprompt@guru]# xchat Gdk-ERROR **: BadAccess (attempt to access private resource

installworld broken?

2000-02-29 Thread Alfred Perlstein
/Makefile: No such file or directory *** Error code 71 Stop in /home/src/share/examples. *** Error code 1 Stop in /home/src/share. *** Error code 1 Stop in /home/src. *** Error code 1 Stop in /home/src. *** Error code 1 Stop in /home/src. *** Error code 1 Stop in /home/src. -- -Alfred Perlstein

Re: ie0 and fe0 probes in 4.0-CURRENT GENERIC break ep0 probe

2000-02-27 Thread Alfred Perlstein
* Robert Watson [EMAIL PROTECTED] [000227 19:53] wrote: I've posted about this previously, and am still hoping for a useful answer :-). I have a box with an ISA 3Com 3C509 Etherlink III card in it, but the ie0 and fe0 probes now come before the ep0 probe in the boot sequence. If those two

Sysinstall won't install unless swap configured?

2000-02-27 Thread Alfred Perlstein
It seems that sysinstall will completely refuse to install unless we have made a swap partition. Then for some reason it didn't allow us the option of partitioning our second disk after "committing". Why force swap? I swear we were going to configure it after the install. :) -

Re: Is openssl/openssh working right yet for others?

2000-02-25 Thread Alfred Perlstein
* Ray Kohler [EMAIL PROTECTED] [000225 16:47] wrote: I know that openssl and openssh were under heavy construction (yesterday?), but since the commits have stopped (for now), I was wondering is anyone else is able to build it. Going to /usr/src/secure and running make produces a problem due

Re: openssh: fatal: rsa_private_decrypt() failed

2000-02-25 Thread Alfred Perlstein
On Fri, 25 Feb 2000, Chris Timmons wrote: I find that if I start /usr/sbin/sshd manually everything works as expected. When I allow it to start via the rc scripts, I get upon connecting from my 1.2.27 ssh client sshd[190]: fatal: rsa_private_decrypt() failed Chris answered

Re: openssh: fatal: rsa_private_decrypt() failed

2000-02-25 Thread Alfred Perlstein
* Kris Kennaway [EMAIL PROTECTED] [000225 22:06] wrote: On Fri, 25 Feb 2000, Alfred Perlstein wrote: Can anyone working on the recent sshd black magic linkage stuff please step up and explain? Or shall i move it to network_pass4? Please just let mark fix it..don't want the too many

softdep out of space should be fixed Re: Panic (pmap)

2000-02-23 Thread Alfred Perlstein
* Matthew Dillon [EMAIL PROTECTED] [000223 09:55] wrote: : : David. : : With softupdates turned on? Softupdates has known problems when a : disk runs out of space. : :didn't kirk just fix that? : : __--_|\ Julian Elischer I don't recall it being fixed. It

Re: ffs_blkfree: freeing free block (was Re: Panic (pmap))

2000-02-23 Thread Alfred Perlstein
Er, shouldn't you guys let Kirk know, not only is he "MAINTAINER", but pretty much mostly "CREATOR" :) Kirk, another issue with running out of space in FFS seems to have come up: * Matthew Dillon [EMAIL PROTECTED] [000223 18:57] wrote: :Ian Dowse [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: :I think I've found

Re: Upgrade from 3.4 to 4.0...

2000-02-22 Thread Alfred Perlstein
* William Woods [EMAIL PROTECTED] [000222 21:19] wrote: Hey, I have been following the disscussions here for a while, just trying to get a feel of what the transition from 3.4-stable 4.0-release will be like. I am running -current on my alpha, but that was a fresh install. I am debating

Re: Upgrade from 3.4 to 4.0...

2000-02-22 Thread Alfred Perlstein
may fix it so as to help other users? -Alfred On 23-Feb-00 Alfred Perlstein wrote: * William Woods [EMAIL PROTECTED] [000222 21:19] wrote: Hey, I have been following the disscussions here for a while, just trying to get a feel of what the transition from 3.4-stable 4.0-release

Fixing init.

2000-02-19 Thread Alfred Perlstein
I remeber being a newbie and getting burned by the need to explicitly turn a line 'off' in my /etc/ttys file instead of simply deleting it. This fixes it using a trivial mark then collect sweep. Can a couple people take a look? I'd like to get it into 4.0 because it seems to follow POLA

Re: Fixing init.

2000-02-19 Thread Alfred Perlstein
* Alfred Perlstein [EMAIL PROTECTED] [000219 02:22] wrote: I remeber being a newbie and getting burned by the need to explicitly turn a line 'off' in my /etc/ttys file instead of simply deleting it. This fixes it using a trivial mark then collect sweep. Can a couple people take a look

Re: Crypto progress! (And a Biiiig TODO list)

2000-02-17 Thread Alfred Perlstein
* Garrett Wollman [EMAIL PROTECTED] [000217 17:55] wrote: On Thu, 17 Feb 2000 23:30:31 +0200, Mark Murray [EMAIL PROTECTED] said: o I want to completely dekerberise userland, and only have kerberos via PAMs. A ton of work, and I have just started with this. Huh? PAM is Pluggable

Re: 4.0 hangs (fwd)

2000-02-17 Thread Alfred Perlstein
* Andrew Maltsev [EMAIL PROTECTED] [000216 22:00] wrote: Hi, guys! Any comments? I had to downgrade back to 3.4 yesterday.. which works absolutely without problems. If you're going to say ``it's hardware problem'' -- this was my first thought too. I tried to change memory and it did not

Re: FWIW: More questionable softupdates+vinum benchmarks

2000-02-17 Thread Alfred Perlstein
* Brad Knowles [EMAIL PROTECTED] [000217 12:45] wrote: At 10:35 AM -0800 2000/2/17, Parag Patel wrote: Hello. I have a friend's quad PPro box temporarily sitting in my garage that I've been using to play with 4.0-CURRENT and vinum. Since the last series of bug-fixes a few weeks ago,

Re: freezing

2000-02-16 Thread Alfred Perlstein
* Joao Pedras [EMAIL PROTECTED] [000216 17:50] wrote: Hello all While making -j 4 buildworld and moving a netscape window, everything frozen. Happens often if do other things while cpu and disk are very active. Happens quite often. Anyone else has noticed this ? Do you mean dead

Re: freezing

2000-02-16 Thread Alfred Perlstein
* Joao Pedras [EMAIL PROTECTED] [000216 18:07] wrote: eheh I mean dead frozen, like if I was watching at a screeshot of a X session ]:) Alfred Perlstein wrote: Do you mean dead frozen, as in needs a reboot? or frozen for a second or so? The first one I haven't seen recently

Re: Heads up, vm.max_proc_mmap sysctl added

2000-02-16 Thread Alfred Perlstein
. I can do it in a day and it should be trivial to test, the modifications are actually quite minor. I'd love to see it happen for 4.0. Toss some diffs up and we'll see if Jordan gives it an ok. -- -Alfred Perlstein - [[EMAIL PROTECTED]|[EMAIL PROTECTED]] To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL

Re: Very slow disk transfers (was: freezing)

2000-02-16 Thread Alfred Perlstein
* Greg Lehey [EMAIL PROTECTED] [000216 19:14] wrote: On Wednesday, 16 February 2000 at 17:52:42 -0800, Alfred Perlstein wrote: * Joao Pedras [EMAIL PROTECTED] [000216 17:50] wrote: Hello all While making -j 4 buildworld and moving a netscape window, everything frozen. Happens often

Re: rpc.lockd

2000-02-12 Thread Alfred Perlstein
d touch every single filesystem. You can avoid it by hacking at the netexport stuff, but it gets kinda ugly afaik. It is a shame that no one who's begged for locks has come forward, I have no good test env for stressing the code, and I'd be nice to get some preliminary feedback on its sta

Re: any change in fs block allocation between current and stable ?

2000-02-12 Thread Alfred Perlstein
sd-current" in the body of the message -- -Alfred Perlstein - [[EMAIL PROTECTED]|[EMAIL PROTECTED]] To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the body of the message

Re: rpc.lockd

2000-02-11 Thread Alfred Perlstein
* David E. Cross [EMAIL PROTECTED] [000211 16:50] wrote: I realize that we are all very busy and the coming 4.0-RELEASE has also compounded things, but I have heard nothing back on the rpc.lockd that was released just a short time ago. I take it no news is good news and we can start the

Re: /usr/ports/ too big?

2000-02-09 Thread Alfred Perlstein
* Kai Voigt [EMAIL PROTECTED] [000209 13:26] wrote: Hello, I'm just doing a cvsup update of my system and -as many times before- I realize that /usr/ports/ takes a lot of time and also disk space to sync. # du -sk /usr/ports 71118 /usr/ports Am I the only one being little annoyed by

Re: Dell 2400 and APIC problem

2000-02-01 Thread Alfred Perlstein
* Conrad Juleff [EMAIL PROTECTED] [000201 04:13] wrote: After much messing around I have found the point on current where it hangs. It seems to hang during the PnP probe: isa_probe_children: probing PnP devices Is there anyway I can stop this probing of PnP devices? I have tried adding

Re: UPDATING

2000-02-01 Thread Alfred Perlstein
* I am not any sort of Fluffy [EMAIL PROTECTED] [000201 04:44] wrote: On Tue, 1 Feb 19100, Sheldon Hearn wrote: 2129: {set,get}flags have been added to the tree for rather dubious reasons. An unintended side effect of this is that you must rebuild

Re: Some current kernel wizdom.

2000-02-01 Thread Alfred Perlstein
* David Gilbert [EMAIL PROTECTED] [000201 17:41] wrote: I'm looking at producing a netgraph node that is going to be potentially very hard on kernel memory. The node may have to manage as many as 10K netgraph hook connections (each one requires a small amount of memory) and access to the

Re: sys/net/bridge.c IPFIREWALL DUMMYNET? WTF?

2000-01-24 Thread Alfred Perlstein
* Matthew N. Dodd [EMAIL PROTECTED] [000124 18:11] wrote: Any reason that the IPFIREWALL and DUMMYNET code is present in sys/net/bridge.c? It appears that it makes a number of bad assumptions and in general violates the semantics of 'bridging' vs. 'routing'. Should we even encourage people

Re: half-fix for stream.c

2000-01-20 Thread Alfred Perlstein
* Jim Bloom [EMAIL PROTECTED] [000120 18:02] wrote: In you fix below, shouldn't the second block of NTOHx actually be HTONx. I realize that this works because the functions are the same, but it should be coded correctly. Jim Bloom [EMAIL PROTECTED] + NTOHL(th-th_seq); +

world broken using /usr/local/lib?

2000-01-17 Thread Alfred Perlstein
1 error *** Error code 2 1 error *** Error code 2 1 error *** Error code 2 1 error ? do i need to rebuild a port, and why? thanks, -- -Alfred Perlstein - [[EMAIL PROTECTED]|[EMAIL PROTECTED]] To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" i

Re: Why not a default number of pings?

2000-01-17 Thread Alfred Perlstein
so? I've supplied patches earlier, but they've been rejected. Please provide a reference to the PR you submitted and I'll have a look. I don't think this modification will go in unless it's based on the 'MAX_PING=3600' idea with a default for infinity. -- -Alfred Perlstein - [[EMAIL PROTECT

er... missing the point?

2000-01-17 Thread Alfred Perlstein
bin/texinfo/makeinfo/../libtxi/libtxi.a /usr/obj/home/src/i386/usr/libexec/elf/ld: cannot open crt1.o: No such file or directory *** Error code 1 1 error :P thanks, -- -Alfred Perlstein - [[EMAIL PROTECTED]|[EMAIL PROTECTED]] To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "un

softdep: panic: flush_pagedep_deps: flush 3 failed

2000-01-12 Thread Alfred Perlstein
ice in the same spot. *default host=postgresql.org *default release=cvs *default delete use-rel-suffix *default base=/home/pgcvs *default prefix=/home/pgcvs pgsql Also, the fix for running out of space, can that be backported to -stable? thanks, -- -Alfred Perlstein - [[EMAIL PROTECTED]|[EMAIL P

Re: reported system freezes...

2000-01-11 Thread Alfred Perlstein
* Christian Carstensen [EMAIL PROTECTED] [000111 02:03] wrote: so, ok, i've tried several checkout dates for sys and tested the compiled kernels. as i cannot reproduce this freeze thing, this is quite vague, but kernels up to 04 Jan 2000 worked fine, those from 05 Jan 2000 up to now

Re: wdm not responding

2000-01-11 Thread Alfred Perlstein
* Edwin Mons [EMAIL PROTECTED] [000111 03:37] wrote: Marc Solsona wrote: I'm using wdm o the 3-stable branch. Since I migrated to current wdm is not reponding to keyboard. Although when I start it manually it does. Any ideas? Thanks To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL

fix for hangs with recent -current + vinum

2000-01-10 Thread Alfred Perlstein
If you're getting hangs while running vinum please update sys/dev/vinum/vinumrequest.c to version 1.41. Only people running -current compilied with version 1.40 or 1.38-1.36 of vinumrequest.c should need this fix. thanks, -- -Alfred Perlstein - [[EMAIL PROTECTED]|[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Wintelcom

Re: freezing...

2000-01-10 Thread Alfred Perlstein
}, lk_flags = 0x200400, lk_sharecount = 0x0, lk_waitcount = 0x1, lk_exclusivecount = 0x1, lk_prio = 0x14, lk_wmesg = 0xc0292de1 "getblk", lk_timo = 0x0, lk_lockholder = 0xfffe } thanks, -- -Alfred Perlstein - [[EMAIL PROTECTED]|[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Wintelcom systems adminis

Re: freezing... update to 1.45 of ffs_softdep.c

2000-01-10 Thread Alfred Perlstein
* Matthew Dillon [EMAIL PROTECTED] [000110 14:09] wrote: :I've reproduced the softupdates ftruncate panic and have a core dump :to play with. : : -Matt Ok, Kirk fixed the softupdates ftruncate panic last night. Make sure you

Re: freezing... update to 1.45 of ffs_softdep.c

2000-01-10 Thread Alfred Perlstein
* Matthew Dillon [EMAIL PROTECTED] [000110 15:13] wrote: ::still a problem, just got snagged a few moments ago, there's a traceback ::already on the way. :) :: ::-Alfred : :Is this backed by the ata driver too? : :If so, if either you or Poul could backoff to the wd driver and see

make world broken?

2000-01-09 Thread Alfred Perlstein
or directory mkdep: compile failed *** Error code 1 1 error *** Error code 2 1 error -- -Alfred Perlstein - [[EMAIL PROTECTED]|[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Wintelcom systems administrator and programmer - http://www.wintelcom.net/ [[EMAIL PROTECTED]] To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED

Re: fsck successfull on checking root-fs but OS still can't mountit

1999-12-23 Thread Alfred Perlstein
. unless you hack /etc/rc. Of course I may have just not remade my /dev/ properly, please flame if appropriate. thanks, -Alfred To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the body of the message -Alfred Perlstein - [[EMAIL PROTECT

Re: NO! Re: [PATCHES] Two fixes for lpd/lpc for review and test

1999-12-10 Thread Alfred Perlstein
On Fri, 10 Dec 1999, Andre Albsmeier wrote: On Thu, 09-Dec-1999 at 15:02:41 -0800, Alfred Perlstein wrote: On Thu, 9 Dec 1999, Andre Albsmeier wrote: ... For better reference, here is the current patch: I don't have too much time to think about this, argue me this: Sure

Re: NO! Re: [PATCHES] Two fixes for lpd/lpc for review and test

1999-12-10 Thread Alfred Perlstein
On Fri, 10 Dec 1999, Garance A Drosihn wrote: At 2:33 AM -0800 12/10/99, Alfred Perlstein wrote: Can someone take a look at this? Basically, it makes the link to the file, if it can unlink the original it will then chown the spool file if it can't delete or read the original then the user

NO! Re: [PATCHES] Two fixes for lpd/lpc for review and test

1999-12-07 Thread Alfred Perlstein
On Tue, 7 Dec 1999, Warner Losh wrote: I've been reviewing this patch with someone and I think the last version is ready to commit. I'll take a look at my tree to make sure. please do not, the patch in PR 11997 introduces a major security flaw. someone can hardlink to any file and clobber

Re: Make world broken in libc_r

1999-11-27 Thread Alfred Perlstein
On Sat, 27 Nov 1999, Mark Murray wrote: Hi "make world" is broken in libc_r. Simple fix is to replace all "socklen_t" with "int". libc_r likes to pull data from /usr/include instead of the source tree, "make includes" fixes this. I'm not sure if that's the correct way to fix it though.

Re: installing onto ami mega raid.

1999-11-21 Thread Alfred Perlstein
On Sun, 21 Nov 1999, Mike Smith wrote: I spent about 2 to 3 hours last night futzing with sysinstall and getting the amr.ko file onto the 4.0 install disk (using the 4.0-19991114 SNAP) I tried adding the amr disks to devices.c in sysinstall but had no luck. Bah. I knew I forgot

installing onto ami mega raid.

1999-11-15 Thread Alfred Perlstein
506 disk device", 3, 65538, 8, 16, 'c'}, { DEVICE_TYPE_DISK,"ad%d", "ATA/IDE disk device", 30, 65538, 8, 16, 'b' }, Any ideas? We're really depending on getting these things going RSN. thanks, -Alfred Perlstein - [[EMAIL PROTECT

Re: installing onto ami mega raid.

1999-11-15 Thread Alfred Perlstein
On Mon, 15 Nov 1999, Alfred Perlstein wrote: I spent about 2 to 3 hours last night futzing with sysinstall and getting the amr.ko file onto the 4.0 install disk (using the 4.0-19991114 SNAP) I tried adding the amr disks to devices.c in sysinstall but had no luck. ... replying to my own

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