Re: STEP 2, fixing dhclient behaviour with multiple interfaces

2003-07-29 Thread Robert Watson
On Tue, 29 Jul 2003, Terry Lambert wrote: Martin Blapp wrote: I't is my goal to make dhclient really functional, so it can not only be used with one interface, but several. On a well known OS this works just fine. A first interface gets initialized and the GW gets set as usual. But

Re: [PATCH] jail NG schript patch for mounting devfs and procfsautomatically

2003-07-29 Thread Robert Watson
On Tue, 29 Jul 2003, Jens Rehsack wrote: I updated the rcng jail start script to mount devfs and procfs into the jail if wanted. Adding entries to /etc/fstab didn't work properly, because the jail filesystem wasn't mounted when the startup process wants to mount it. Going this way allows

Re: STEP 2, fixing dhclient behaviour with multiple interfaces

2003-07-29 Thread Robert Watson
On Tue, 29 Jul 2003, Terry Lambert wrote: Some of those events already exist for routing sockets, so in a worst case scenario, you can hook up a routing socket to a kqueue :-). Martin -- you might want to try the route monitor command sometime and take a look at the vent stream there

Re: STEP 2, fixing dhclient behaviour with multiple interfaces

2003-07-29 Thread Robert Watson
On Tue, 29 Jul 2003, Daniel C. Sobral wrote: You could add kevents for interface arrival and departure, and add a kqueue to the dhcpd to catch the arrival/departure events, and then just act on them. Instead of just adding the stuff to devd? Currently, devd is in the business of

Re: STEP 2, fixing dhclient behaviour with multiple interfaces

2003-07-30 Thread Robert Watson
On Tue, 29 Jul 2003, Terry Lambert wrote: This is part of the problem. The other parts are that this is really networking code, and should be a separate thing, if possible, and, as Martin just pointed out, the OMAPI stuff is not really cooked yet. Hence the notion of a neteventd -- I don't

Re: panic: spin lock sched lock held

2003-07-31 Thread Robert Watson
On Thu, 31 Jul 2003, Lars Eggert wrote: got this panic overnight. Machine was wedged solid and didn't enter ddb after the panic. I'll recompile with verbose diagnostics and see if it happens again. In the meantime, maybe the message will give someone a clue: panic: spin lock sched lock

5.2-RELEASE TODO

2003-08-01 Thread Robert Watson
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Re: Problems with bktr on -current

2003-08-03 Thread Robert Watson
On Sun, 3 Aug 2003, Guido Berhoerster wrote: I've got some trouble with the bktr-driver on FreeBSD 5.x. With fxtv the video-output is distorted and choppy, it appears that only odd scanlines are redrawn regularly while even scanlines remain for like half a second as ghost images. When the

Change in application of default ACLs in UFS

2003-08-03 Thread Robert Watson
-- Forwarded message -- Date: Sun, 3 Aug 2003 20:29:13 -0700 (PDT) From: Robert Watson [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED], [EMAIL PROTECTED], [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: cvs commit: src/sys/ufs/ufs acl.h ufs_acl.c ufs_vnops.c rwatson 2003/08/03 20:29:13 PDT FreeBSD src repository

Re: Any patch for ICMP in a jail?

2003-08-04 Thread Robert Watson
On Mon, 4 Aug 2003, Rus Foster wrote: Is there a patch that will allow ping from inside a jail on 5.x? Google didn't show anything? The problem is that, to generate pings, you have to have access to a raw socket. And unfortuantely, raw sockets imply access to a lot more than just the

Re: ACLS on UFS2 from FreeBSD 5.1-RELEASE install.

2003-08-05 Thread Robert Watson
On 2 Aug 2003, Scott M. Likens wrote: Has anyone noticed the ACLS being disabled? tunefs -p /dev/da1s1c shows that ACLS are disabled on every partition I have, i've gone through them all. any reason why? Yes -- they are disabled by default because they're not required by most users,

Re: ffsinfo missing in 5.1-RELEASE

2003-08-14 Thread Robert Watson
On Thu, 14 Aug 2003, Lukas Ertl wrote: On Wed, 13 Aug 2003, Robert Watson wrote: The only problem with this patch is that we lose the ability to do the START BLOCK SUMMARY AND POSITION TABLE display for UFS1. I'm not sure this is a big issue; I will go ahead and commit it with those

Re: openpam_load_module():no pam_wheel.so found

2003-08-14 Thread Robert Watson
On Mon, 11 Aug 2003, Christoph P. Kukulies wrote: Did you mergemaster when updating last? pam_wheel has, I believe, been replaced with pam_group. A coredump is an undesirable result, of course, but I suspecft that this is the trigger. If you want to follow up on the core dump, build a

Re: 5.1-R acl problem (again)

2003-08-14 Thread Robert Watson
On Sat, 9 Aug 2003, [iso-8859-2] Branko F. Graènar wrote: Now i create directory /export/a. I want to be owned by root:wheel, others will no have any access at all and i want that user branko will have rw access to it. # mkdir a # getfacl a #file:a #owner:0 #group:0 user::rwx

Re: openpam_load_module():no pam_wheel.so found

2003-08-14 Thread Robert Watson
On Sun, 10 Aug 2003, Christoph Kukulies wrote: When I do an su command from a normal user on my 5.1-current of yesterday I'm getting a segfault/core dump. /var/log/messages then shows: Aug 10 15:27:44 kukuboo2k su: in openpam_load_module(): no pam_wheel.so found Aug 10 15:27:44 kukuboo2k

Re: ffsinfo missing in 5.1-RELEASE

2003-08-14 Thread Robert Watson
On Wed, 13 Aug 2003, Ulrich Spoerlein wrote: On Wed, 13.08.2003 at 14:32:32 +0200, Lukas Ertl wrote: I just used growfs (nice tool btw) and noticed that growfs(8) has a reference to ffsinfo(8). But neither ffsinfo(8) nor the binary are present on my 5.1 System. I already submitted

Re: ACLS on UFS2 from FreeBSD 5.1-RELEASE install.

2003-08-14 Thread Robert Watson
On Fri, 8 Aug 2003, Terry Lambert wrote: Daniel C. Sobral wrote: You'll also notice I'm not questioning the _existence_ of ACL. My point is that FreeBSD is Unix (no matter what the lawyers say), and people don't usually think of ACL when they think of Unix. Ergo, enabling ACL by defautl

ACPI warnings: ACPI-1287: *** Error: Method execution failed, AE_AML_BUFFER_LIMIT

2003-01-16 Thread Robert Watson
Sorry for a lack of details here, but -- sometime in the last few ACPI imports (perhaps in the last three months), one of my test boxes began to spew the attached message: ACPI-1287: *** Error: Method execution failed, AE_AML_BUFFER_LIMIT ACPI-1287: *** Error: Method execution failed,

Re: some 5.0 oddities

2003-01-18 Thread Robert Watson
On Sat, 18 Jan 2003, Andy Farkas wrote: Some of observations of 5.0-RELEASE: 1/ Everytime I ssh to the box there are 4 connection attempts to UDP port 53 from itself. ie: Jan 18 12:45:17 kern.info team2 kernel: Connection attempt to UDP 172.22.2.12:53 from 172.22.2.12:49205 Jan 18

Re: STABLE-CURRENT rl fails

2003-01-19 Thread Robert Watson
On Fri, 17 Jan 2003, Russell L. Carter wrote: rl0: discard oversize frame (ether type fbf7 flags 3 len 2992 max 1514) rl0: discard oversize frame (ether type fbf7 flags 3 len 2992 max 1514) rl0: discard oversize frame (ether type 2e3d flags 3 len 55442 max 1514) rl0: discard oversize

Re: I've just had a massive file system crash

2003-01-24 Thread Robert Watson
Next time you run fsck -y in this scenario, log the output to an md partition and stick it somewhere for analysis. At least, that was the moral of the story last time I hosed a box in this form (incidentally, I think it ended up being a failing hard disk). Robert N M Watson FreeBSD

Re: Does bg fsck have problems with large filesystems?

2003-01-28 Thread Robert Watson
On Tue, 28 Jan 2003, Andre Guibert de Bruet wrote: I don't see it listed in 5.0-RELEASE ERRATA. Several people have now reported problems with background fsck and in the case Kirk as original author is loaded with other work I see no justification to not mention the brokenness of bgfsck.

Re: Does bg fsck have problems with large filesystems?

2003-01-28 Thread Robert Watson
On Tue, 28 Jan 2003, Gerrit Kühn wrote: On Tue, Jan 28, 2003 at 12:34:25PM -0500, Robert Watson wrote: Following reports of problems with bgfsck during the 5.0-RC series, and prior to the release, I spent some time adding hard disks to machines, resetting without clean shutdowns

Re: Recent current dies hard with simple program

2003-01-30 Thread Robert Watson
On Thu, 30 Jan 2003, Craig Dooley wrote: Last cvsup/world/kernel is from around midnight last night, but noticed the problem yesterday. For a csi class I have to sort and uniq a file in c, and as a test case, I wrote a simple hex dump that respects newlines. No matter what I give it as

Profiling kills -current?

2003-01-30 Thread Robert Watson
Associates Laboratories -- Forwarded message -- Date: Thu, 30 Jan 2003 16:19:32 -0500 From: Craig Dooley [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Robert Watson [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: Recent current dies hard with simple program That did it. When I took -pg out of CFLAGS the program will now run

Re: Profiling kills -current?

2003-01-30 Thread Robert Watson
On Thu, 30 Jan 2003, Julian Elischer wrote: On Thu, 30 Jan 2003, Julian Elischer wrote: On Thu, 30 Jan 2003, Julian Elischer wrote: hmm first I've heard of it but I'll check.. (david's offline for a week) On Thu, 30 Jan 2003, Robert Watson wrote: Wow

Re: copy extended attributes

2003-01-30 Thread Robert Watson
On Thu, 30 Jan 2003, David Vidal Rodríguez wrote: After some investigation, I come to the conclusion that there is no means to copy the extended attributes of a file by using standard commands like cp (even with the -p option) or mv. At least it works with mv if the rename(2) syscall is used

Re: split out patch

2003-02-01 Thread Robert Watson
On Sat, 1 Feb 2003, Mike Barcroft wrote: Brad Knowles [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: At 6:27 PM -0800 2003/02/01, Matthew Dillon wrote: Well, it is an active conversation/thread. Either people care enough to stay involved or they don't. But don't people have to sleep

Re: Question about devd concept

2003-02-02 Thread Robert Watson
On Sun, 2 Feb 2003, Oliver Brandmueller wrote: Sorry for answering my own mail now. On Sun, Feb 02, 2003 at 03:19:24PM +0100, Oliver Brandmueller wrote: action /usr/local/etc/netconf/bin/netconf $device-name start; David Wolfskill gave a good pointer, that devd starts before all

Re: How to freeze up your FreeBSD 5.0 box.

2003-02-03 Thread Robert Watson
Jaye, Thanks for the report. Haven't seen it here, but I also don't have a configuration that looks like that one. In order to usefully debug this, we'll need some more information -- off the top of my head, it sounds a lot like a file system pseudo-deadlock of some sort. Perhaps a race to the

Re: What is the difference between p_ucred and td_ucred?

2003-02-03 Thread Robert Watson
On Mon, 3 Feb 2003, Ilmar S. Habibulin wrote: Why not to use only credits for proc and make td_ucred macro like td_proc-p_ucred? Or it has some meaning that i do not understand? td_ucred is a cached copy of p_ucred. The cached copy is potentially updated on any entry to the kernel. The

Re: What is the difference between p_ucred and td_ucred?

2003-02-04 Thread Robert Watson
On Tue, 4 Feb 2003, Ilmar S. Habibulin wrote: On Mon, 3 Feb 2003, Robert Watson wrote: The strategy for selecting a credential to check against is generally to use td_ucred, and to hold no locks. You'll see that suser() does this, for example. Under some circumstances: specifically

Re: sshd + NIS = bad mojo?

2003-02-06 Thread Robert Watson
On Thu, 6 Feb 2003, Barkley Vowk wrote: I'm upgrading my cluster to 5.0-R (fresh from CD), and everything works swimmingly except logging in as user on the YPmap. I have about six boxes at work using 5.0-CURRENT and 5.0-RELEASE with NIS accounts without any apparent problems. I did shoot my

Re: Witness This

2003-02-21 Thread Robert Watson
On Fri, 21 Feb 2003, Daniel C. Sobral wrote: backtrace(c032e7d9,c25af500,c25a98d4,c046236e,c04623ec) at backtrace+0x17 witness_lock(c25af500,8,c04623ec,1b8,c) at witness_lock+0x660 _mtx_lock_flags(c25af500,0,c04623ec,1b8,8095) at _mtx_lock_flags+0xb1

Re: Witness This

2003-02-21 Thread Robert Watson
Revised patch without typo attached. Robert N M Watson FreeBSD Core Team, TrustedBSD Projects [EMAIL PROTECTED] Network Associates Laboratories Index: tcp_subr.c === RCS file:

TCP connections timing out real fast

2003-02-22 Thread Robert Watson
Don't yet have any quantitative evidence that this is the case, but I feel like TCP sessions have been timing out on me a lot faster than they used to. For example, yesterday a machine got unplugged from the network for about 15 seconds: in that time, the SSH sessions to the machine timed out

Re: TCP connections timing out real fast

2003-02-22 Thread Robert Watson
On Sat, 22 Feb 2003, Bosko Milekic wrote: On Sat, Feb 22, 2003 at 10:57:05AM -0500, Robert Watson wrote: Don't yet have any quantitative evidence that this is the case, but I feel like TCP sessions have been timing out on me a lot faster than they used to. For example, yesterday

Re: TCP connections timing out real fast

2003-02-22 Thread Robert Watson
On Sat, 22 Feb 2003, Bosko Milekic wrote: On Sat, Feb 22, 2003 at 10:57:05AM -0500, Robert Watson wrote: Don't yet have any quantitative evidence that this is the case, but I feel like TCP sessions have been timing out on me a lot faster than they used to. For example, yesterday

Re: Witness This

2003-02-25 Thread Robert Watson
[EMAIL PROTECTED] Network Associates Laboratories On Tue, 25 Feb 2003, Daniel C. Sobral wrote: No bugs so far with this. Robert Watson wrote: Revised patch without typo attached. Robert N M Watson FreeBSD Core Team, TrustedBSD Projects [EMAIL PROTECTED] Network

Re: Witness This

2003-02-25 Thread Robert Watson
On Tue, 25 Feb 2003, Daniel C. Sobral wrote: Robert Watson wrote: Ok, I've committed it. Saw your other panic message, hope to look more closely today. BTW, you might consider running with the mac_test module, as it's intended to help diagnose label problems through additional

Re: mac_mls still panics

2003-02-25 Thread Robert Watson
Question on both of these: could you inspect the struct ifnet pointer on the mbuf and see what interface they originated from? Also, the dumps are still showing NULL local variables where it should not be possible -- does manual inspection of the variables in the debugger reveal different values

Re: sem.ko and vfs_aio.ko modules not built by default

2003-03-23 Thread Robert Watson
On Sun, 23 Mar 2003, Craig Rodrigues wrote: I notice that with a recent -current, that the vfs_aio.ko and sem.ko modules do not seem to be built by default. In the past, this was not the case. Is it mandatory now to specify the kernel options: options VFS_AIO options

ACPI problem: sio ports improperly attached with ACPI on Intel L440GX+

2003-03-23 Thread Robert Watson
I'm attempting to use an Intel L440GX+ motherboard with 5.x, and am running into the following problem: when I boot without ACPI, the serial ports probe, attach, and work fine: Mar 23 14:21:56 none kernel: sio0 at port 0x3f8-0x3ff irq 4 flags 0x10 on isa0 Mar 23 14:21:56 none kernel: sio0: type

Re: IP stack problem -- possibly mac-related

2003-03-24 Thread Robert Watson
On Mon, 24 Mar 2003, Daniel C. Sobral wrote: The messages below are from today's kernel + mac_mls and mac_biba kld-loaded from loader(8). None of the warning appear if these modules are not loaded (I haven't tried not loading one and then the other, but I can do it on request) ... malloc()

Re: IP stack problem -- possibly mac-related

2003-03-24 Thread Robert Watson
On Mon, 24 Mar 2003, Christian Brueffer wrote: FYI, debug.witness_trace is set (seems to default to 1). Any other ways to get more info out of this? Are you only looking at syslog, or also at the actual console? It could be that the Witness traces only appear on the console itself, not in

Re: IP stack problem -- possibly mac-related

2003-03-24 Thread Robert Watson
On Mon, 24 Mar 2003, Christian Brueffer wrote: On Mon, Mar 24, 2003 at 02:45:57PM -0500, Robert Watson wrote: On Mon, 24 Mar 2003, Christian Brueffer wrote: FYI, debug.witness_trace is set (seems to default to 1). Any other ways to get more info out of this? Are you only

Re: IP stack problem -- possibly mac-related

2003-03-24 Thread Robert Watson
On Mon, 24 Mar 2003, Christian Brueffer wrote: Well, not much to see here: malloc() of 128 with the following non-sleepablelocks held: exclusive sleep mutex netisr lock r = 0 (0xc0466d40) locked @ /usr/src/sys/net/n etisr.c:215 which is repeated over and over again, when I copy a

Re: init not loading? why?

2003-03-28 Thread Robert Watson
On Fri, 28 Mar 2003, Sean Chittenden wrote: I recently purchased a new laptop HDD, tossed three partitions onto the drive (/, /usr, and swap), newfs'ed them with UFS2, mounted the new drive as a umass device, copied files over (tar), and now when I boot with my new drive, the kernel is

Re: init not loading? why?

2003-03-28 Thread Robert Watson
On Fri, 28 Mar 2003, Sean Chittenden wrote: Ah! Figured it out after reading through init's src: /dev didn't exist therefore the machine wouldn't start. No good. I may find a place to stick this got'cha in the docs or add an mkdir() call to init. mkdir(2) on / is not going to

Re: libthr and 1:1 threading.

2003-04-02 Thread Robert Watson
On Wed, 2 Apr 2003, Sheldon Hearn wrote: On (2003/04/02 06:05), Terry Lambert wrote: I think Jeff (or someone else?) said, that some web browsers gain something too (serialization issues with libc_r)? I had the impression that this also applies to UP systems. Do I misremember

Re: libthr and 1:1 threading.

2003-04-02 Thread Robert Watson
On Wed, 2 Apr 2003, Terry Lambert wrote: Is the disk I/O really that big of an issue? All writes will be on underlying non-blocking descriptors; I guess you are saying that the interleaved I/O is more important, further down the system call interface than the top, and this becomes an issue?

Something in NFS server calling vrele() not vput()?

2003-04-02 Thread Robert Watson
Unfortunately, I don't have too much information here. The scenario is as follows: cboss: NFS file/build server crash2: NFS diskless client I built world on cboss; I then did installworld in crash2. I intended to installworld to a DESTDIR on a local disk on crash2, but I failed to mount it

Re: KSE kernel comparissons

2001-08-27 Thread Robert Watson
On Mon, 27 Aug 2001, Bruce Evans wrote: How much faster (or slower) will it be for threaded programs (for various numbers of CPUs)? I don't see how it can be faster for a single CPU (interrupt threads in the kernel show that using threads tends to pessimize both efficiency and latency for

Re: Headsup! KSE Nay-sayers speak up!

2001-08-27 Thread Robert Watson
On Mon, 27 Aug 2001, Poul-Henning Kamp wrote: (phk-isms) I found Poul-Henning's comments struck a chord with me. I agree with his comments that a commit at this point would be premature, and that more review is required. In particular, it seems like his observation that we need additional

Re: RE: Headsup! KSE Nay-sayers speak up!

2001-08-27 Thread Robert Watson
On Mon, 27 Aug 2001, Matt Dillon wrote: Sheesh. Everyone is so negative! Well, I'm going to be too. I think compared to some of the other things that have been thrown into -current, the KSE stuff will be the LEAST disruptive. Don't go bashing Julian for coming up with a

Re: HEADS UP: ACPI CHANGES AFFECTING MOST -CURRENT USERS

2001-08-29 Thread Robert Watson
On Wed, 29 Aug 2001, Garrett Wollman wrote: On Wed, 29 Aug 2001 19:58:59 -0700, Mike Smith [EMAIL PROTECTED] said: - I pushed the power button, and my system shut down cleanly! Yes. ACPI brings some useful new features. 8) FSVO ``useful''. It's a real PITA to have to physically

Re: Broken world (was Re: cvs commit: src/lib/libc/posix1e cap_text.c)

2001-08-31 Thread Robert Watson
This should now be fixed (actually, as of last night I think). Thanks! Robert N M Watson FreeBSD Core Team, TrustedBSD Project [EMAIL PROTECTED] NAI Labs, Safeport Network Services On Fri, 31 Aug 2001, Mike Barcroft wrote: Robert Watson [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: rwatson

Re: ufs ext attr problem...

2001-08-31 Thread Robert Watson
Could you try the attached patch, which does what you suggest? Robert N M Watson FreeBSD Core Team, TrustedBSD Project [EMAIL PROTECTED] NAI Labs, Safeport Network Services On Fri, 31 Aug 2001, Christian Carstensen wrote: hi, it seems like there's a problem in

Re: ufs ext attr problem...

2001-09-01 Thread Robert Watson
Ok, I've committed that fix. Let me know if you have any futher problems. Robert N M Watson FreeBSD Core Team, TrustedBSD Project [EMAIL PROTECTED] NAI Labs, Safeport Network Services On Sat, 1 Sep 2001, Christian Carstensen wrote: On Fri, 31 Aug 2001, Robert Watson wrote

Recent -current breaks console probing on dell notebook?

2001-09-02 Thread Robert Watson
Until yesterday, I was running -CURRENT from around July 4th on my notebook, given that I was travelling and unwilling to break my means of giving presentations on my trip :-). Yesterday, I decided to upgrade, and built kernel/world. The userland stuff appears to work fine, but interestingly,

Re: Recent -current breaks console probing on dell notebook?

2001-09-09 Thread Robert Watson
On Mon, 3 Sep 2001, Kazutaka YOKOTA wrote: Until yesterday, I was running -CURRENT from around July 4th on my notebook, given that I was travelling and unwilling to break my means of giving presentations on my trip :-). Yesterday, I decided to upgrade, and built kernel/world. The userland

Re: ~/.login_conf disabling exact reasons wanted

2001-09-22 Thread Robert Watson
On Sat, 22 Sep 2001, Andrey A. Chernov wrote: On Sat, Sep 22, 2001 at 14:39:43 +0400, Andrey A. Chernov wrote: As commit/immediate MFC message says: Disable per-user .login_conf support due to incorrect merging of local and globaly settings. An alternative implementation will be

Re: panic: lock (sleep mutex) vnode interlock on Alpga

2001-09-25 Thread Robert Watson
I'm getting the same thing from a kernel I built this morning on i386. Robert N M Watson FreeBSD Core Team, TrustedBSD Project [EMAIL PROTECTED] NAI Labs, Safeport Network Services On Tue, 25 Sep 2001, Wilko Bulte wrote: I'm not sure if this is new, but anyway on -current

Re: current.freebsd.org is broken?

2001-09-26 Thread Robert Watson
current.jp.freebsd.org apparently carries snapshots, although I haven't tried it recently. Robert N M Watson FreeBSD Core Team, TrustedBSD Project [EMAIL PROTECTED] NAI Labs, Safeport Network Services On Wed, 26 Sep 2001, Alexander N. Kabaev wrote: ftp -a fails to login to

Re: Review: change NGROUPS_MAX from 16 to 64

2001-10-02 Thread Robert Watson
On Tue, 2 Oct 2001, Ruslan Ermilov wrote: What's the reason why KI_NGROUPS should be different from NGROUPS_MAX? None -- ideally, they would be the same. I was reminding him that if he updated one, he should be sure to update the other. On Mon, Oct 01, 2001 at 05:04:51PM -0400, Robert

Re: Review: change NGROUPS_MAX from 16 to 64

2001-10-01 Thread Robert Watson
Note this will break binary compatibility for xucred. Note also that this may have fascinating effects in NFS environments. Note also that you'll probably want to update KI_NGROUPS also. No idea if it will affect NIS. Robert N M Watson FreeBSD Core Team, TrustedBSD Project

Re: VMWare2 permission problems on -current as of Sep 26

2001-10-02 Thread Robert Watson
There have been a number of permission-related changes in the tree of late, in particular relating to securelevel support. I haven't experienced any local problems running the new code, but there is always the potential for such a problem, especially in areas of the code I'm not actively using.

One or more if {disklabel,mdconfig,newfs} broken for small , file-backed md file systems.

2001-10-22 Thread Robert Watson
For small devices (unclear definition of small), the following (changed from swap to vnode from the mdconfig man page example) is broken: sproing# dd if=/dev/zero of=foo bs=1024000 count=1 1+0 records in 1+0 records out 1024000 bytes transferred in 0.234674 secs (4363498 bytes/sec) sproing#

-CURRENT boot problems: loader, kernel

2001-11-09 Thread Robert Watson
Upgraded a box to yesterday's -CURRENT, and am experiencing two problems: (1) the machine spins rebooting after loading /boot/loader. I don't get a chance to interupt the boot once /boot/loader starts. Unfortunately, my serial console support also seems to be broken, so I can't read the error

Re: -CURRENT boot problems: loader, kernel

2001-11-09 Thread Robert Watson
, 9 Nov 2001, Robert Watson wrote: Upgraded a box to yesterday's -CURRENT, and am experiencing two problems: (1) the machine spins rebooting after loading /boot/loader. I don't get a chance to interupt the boot once /boot/loader starts. Unfortunately, my serial console support also seems

Re: /dev/null problems

2001-11-12 Thread Robert Watson
So in theory this is fixed, but I actually bumped into an unexpected EPERM again from a linux emulated program yesterday (acroread4) which popped up an error message about /dev/null. I haven't tried to reproduce as yet, since I'm currently rebuilding KDE; /dev/null works properly for me on the

Re: daily run output passwd diff

2001-11-13 Thread Robert Watson
On Mon, 12 Nov 2001, John Baldwin wrote: What if someone comments out a line in the password file of a user? Then this won't hide that password. When this originally went in, it took a long while to get a sed line people were happy with. Replacing the version number is a minor thing,

Re: loader from Nov 13 reboots instantly

2001-11-13 Thread Robert Watson
It's probably the awk bug. You need to use /boot/loader.old to boot the system, build and install a fresh awk (gnu awk), then build and install a fresh loader. You don't get bitten by this until the second upgrade after the bad awk version was introduced, since the awk used to build the loader

Re: daily run output passwd diff

2001-11-13 Thread Robert Watson
On Tue, 13 Nov 2001, John Baldwin wrote: My temptation would actually be to ignore any commented lines in either file for the purposes of the diff. For the purposes of security checking, you care mostly about the uncommented lines. This would allow the script to exclude content when

Re: -CURRENT boot problems: loader, kernel

2001-11-15 Thread Robert Watson
loader reboot Robert Watson wrote: Upgraded a box to yesterday's -CURRENT, and am experiencing two problems: (1) the machine spins rebooting after loading /boot/loader. I don't get a chance to interupt the boot once /boot/loader starts. Unfortunately, my serial console

Re: re-entrancy and the IP stack.

2001-11-16 Thread Robert Watson
In my MAC tree, I add an additional: struct mbuf *aux; /* extra data buffer; ipsec/others */ + struct mac label; /* label of data in packet */ }; As we move towards more generalized access control, it would similarly be nice to have a place to 'hang'

LINT fails due to '/bin/sh:Argument list too long'

2001-11-26 Thread Robert Watson
Decided to run a LINT build on my POSIX.1e capability tree in p4 today, and ran into something a bit unusual: make buildkernel KERNCONF=LINT ... boss/p4/rwatson/trustedbsd/cap/sys/kern/link_aout.c /cboss/p4/rwatson/trustedbsd/cap/sys/kern/subr_diskmbr.c

Re: VMWare2 permission problems on -current as of Sep 26

2001-10-07 Thread Robert Watson
On Sun, 7 Oct 2001, Georg-W. Koltermann wrote: Hi Robert, it doesn't seem to be securelevel-related. sysctl(8) says: hunter[5]$ sysctl kern.securelevel kern.securelevel: -1 I also hacked the securelevel_g[et] routines to immediately return 0 as you suggested, and it doesn't

Re: For your amusement..

2001-10-08 Thread Robert Watson
Doug, Peter, This is great news indeed :-). I assume there's much work to go, but very cool. Robert N M Watson FreeBSD Core Team, TrustedBSD Project [EMAIL PROTECTED] NAI Labs, Safeport Network Services On Mon, 8 Oct 2001, Peter Wemm wrote: Just a FYI to people not on the

Re: VMWare2 permission problems on -current as of Sep 26

2001-10-08 Thread Robert Watson
debugging, which I'll attempt to do when I get a little time. -- Regards, Georg. At Sun, 7 Oct 2001 19:28:35 -0400 (EDT), Robert Watson wrote: On Sun, 7 Oct 2001, Georg-W. Koltermann wrote: [...] I ran the vmware command through ktrace(1) (had to do that as root since

Re: coredump() broken for nfs filesystems

2001-10-16 Thread Robert Watson
As I've mentioned before, the current credential-munging here is simply broken; however, the brokenness I previously observed is independent of the brokenness you are now reporting. Robert N M Watson FreeBSD Core Team, TrustedBSD Project [EMAIL PROTECTED] NAI Labs, Safeport

Re: applix 5.0 and current

2001-10-16 Thread Robert Watson
On Tue, 16 Oct 2001, Brooks Davis wrote: I've been trying to get applix 5.0 to work and I've been running into some intresting problems. The first one was that current has the getresuid syscall and the gtk12 build detects and uses it. Unfortuatly FreeBSD 3.x and 4.x don't have this

kernel makefile irregularity (kernel.debug: file truncated)

2001-12-02 Thread Robert Watson
Odd experience today -- was building a kernel with the standard makefiles and -j 4, and found the following in buildkernel.log: ... cc -c -O -pipe -Wall -Wredundant-decls -Wnested-externs -Wstrict-prototypes -Wmissing-prototypes -Wpointer-arith -Winline -Wcast-qual -fformat-extensions -ansi

Re: Inconsistencies in *stat() for files with ACLs

2001-12-02 Thread Robert Watson
On Sun, 2 Dec 2001, Daniel Rock wrote: Hi, lstat(), fstat(), stat() returned structure is inconsistent and misleading if the file has ACLs associated with it. That behavior is defined by POSIX.1e, so it's what we implemented; you'll find that the same behavior is present on other

Re: dhclient

2001-12-14 Thread Robert Watson
On Thu, 13 Dec 2001, Edwin Culp wrote: Is anyone using dhclient successfully with Current of the last week or so? I don't use it all the time but I have been trying for the last couple of days without success. It accesses the server and changes the interface ip to 0.0.0.0 netmask

Re: netstat -f inet broken ?

2001-12-24 Thread Robert Watson
On Mon, 24 Dec 2001, Martin Blapp wrote: As we just have noted, there is no output anymore for netstat -f inet. Has the support been dropped ? Also there are only unix domain sockets in the normal netstat output. I cannot see any tpc4 connections anymore. I noted this in 4.5

Re: KSE changes available

2001-12-24 Thread Robert Watson
For those of us that live in P4-land already, it's just the head of the KSE branch? Also, for those that don't, this is also available via cvsup10. Robert N M Watson FreeBSD Core Team, TrustedBSD Project [EMAIL PROTECTED] NAI Labs, Safeport Network Services On Fri, 21 Dec

more ffs_valloc dup alloc panics

2001-12-28 Thread Robert Watson
Recently got this: ./account missinmg (directory noto created: Deviced not configured)e = 040700, inum = 6, fs = /var panic: ffs_valloc: dup alloc Debugger(panic) Stopped at Debugger+0x44: pushl %ebx db trace Debugger(c03a3b9b) at Debugger+0x44 panic(c03bb9e1,c03bb9c0,41c0,6,c22ab0d4)

Re: more ffs_valloc dup alloc panics

2001-12-28 Thread Robert Watson
in the trustedbsd_mac tree -- sorry for the false alarm. Robert N M Watson FreeBSD Core Team, TrustedBSD Project [EMAIL PROTECTED] NAI Labs, Safeport Network Services On Fri, 28 Dec 2001, Robert Watson wrote: Recently got this: ./account missinmg (directory noto created: Deviced

Re: P4 Access For Latest KSE Change(s)

2001-12-30 Thread Robert Watson
For anyone who cares, you can also check out various other in-progress projects including: TrustedBSD mandatory access control: p4-cvs-trustedbsd-mac Trustedbsd POSIX.1e capabilities: p4-cvs-trustedbsd-cap Robert N M Watson FreeBSD Core Team, TrustedBSD Project

Re: FreeBSD 5.x

2002-01-19 Thread Robert Watson
On Sat, 19 Jan 2002, Alp Atici wrote: Is gcc 3.x going to be the default compiler starting from FBSD 5.x series? Is the development on current branch compiled using gcc 3.0 (or up)? Is 5.x series going to be based on a preemptible kernel? Can't answer the gcc question, but yes, John

Re: Diskless Boot Working in -Current ??

2002-01-20 Thread Robert Watson
I use diskless booting daily on 5.0-CURRENT, and after some tweaks to rc.diskless[12] (now committed) it works just fine. In 5.0-CURRENT, FFS is used directly over malloc disks (md) to support local storage. You should be able to configure netbooing on 5.0 in much the same way as RELENG_4. Are

Re: Current Etherboot

2002-01-20 Thread Robert Watson
Most people I know of that netboot boxes on Intel platforms now use PXE. With PXE config, the pxe loader has full access to the NFS-mounted /boot directory, so there's no reason to compile in the hints. Robert N M Watson FreeBSD Core Team, TrustedBSD Project [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: __stderrp error

2002-01-21 Thread Robert Watson
On Sun, 20 Jan 2002, Julian Elischer wrote: has NO effect whatsoever. The only thign I can do is recompile any package that has thos problem. but sometimes it's hard finding which package needs to be recomiled. thoughts? You might also need compat3. I was quite surprised at the set

Re: Panic in ufs_dirbad()

2002-01-25 Thread Robert Watson
On Fri, 25 Jan 2002, Doug Swarin wrote: I have actually seen this panic very recently on -STABLE. Matt Dillon suspected an issue with the RAID controller I was using (aac) after some debugging work. I am still waiting on the results of diagnostic testing on the RAID controller, but I

Re: vmware

2002-01-31 Thread Robert Watson
Have to wonder if it wouldn't be worth e-mailing the VMware people about this -- they'd probably rather know in advance if there's a potential problem hosting future versions of FreeBSD under VMWare. If someone has a commercial license, it would make sense submitting this via a trouble ticket,

Re: Not committing WARNS settings...

2002-02-06 Thread Robert Watson
On Wed, 6 Feb 2002, Terry Lambert wrote: Ruslan Ermilov wrote: Nope, what David was _actually_ trying to say is to hold off with WARNS fixes until GCC 3.1 becomes our compiler, because otherwise this is an almost 100% duplicate of efforts, as GCC 3.1 is so WARNS-different from GCC

Re: OK, who broke alpha this time? :-/

2002-02-18 Thread Robert Watson
Oops. Mis-merge. Thanks to Ian for fixing this. Robert N M Watson FreeBSD Core Team, TrustedBSD Project [EMAIL PROTECTED] NAI Labs, Safeport Network Services On Sun, 17 Feb 2002, Peter Wemm wrote: ... sio0 at port 0x3f8-0x3ff irq 4 on isa0 sio0: type 16550A, console

Re: FreeBSD Project management (was: Patch sets to date and timing tests with Giant out of userret.)

2002-02-21 Thread Robert Watson
http://www.freebsd.org/smp/ Robert N M Watson FreeBSD Core Team, TrustedBSD Project [EMAIL PROTECTED] NAI Labs, Safeport Network Services On Wed, 20 Feb 2002, George V. Neville-Neil wrote: I'm not in the core of the SMP stuff (the closest I'll get is the networking stuff)

Re: Patch to improve mutex collision performance

2002-02-21 Thread Robert Watson
On 21 Feb 2002, Dag-Erling Smorgrav wrote: Matthew Dillon [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I'm not interested in using P4. I think it's a mistake. That is, I think it is being severely overused. [...] Frankly, although I use Perforce myself for PAM work, I agree with Matt here.

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