Building world with WITHOUT_SSP set broken?

2015-08-21 Thread Alexander Best
Hi there, I just tried to do a buildworld with a current svn checkout (r286978). However it appears that world fails with WITHOUT_SSP set. I'm currently running r284582, so the SSP issue must have been introduced somewhere between those two revision. Cheers Alexander Here's the error log:

Re: Are clang unsigned comparison warnings in kern/kern_* ok?

2012-09-05 Thread Alexander Best
On Wed Sep 5 12, Eir Nym wrote: I've got following warnings [no errors had been generated while -Werror is in command line] and want to know if they are ok. There are much more same warnings in modules, but I worry about kernel : Kernel config:

Re: howto debug a complete hard reset

2012-04-14 Thread Alexander Best
On Sat Apr 14 12, Jeremie Le Hen wrote: On Sat, Apr 14, 2012 at 08:59:42AM -0400, Robert Huff wrote: This is probably a sysctl handler that is causing the reboot. You can run this one-liner to spot the culprit (use sh): for i in $(sysctl -Na); do sysctl $i ~/sysctl.out;

howto debug a complete hard reset

2012-04-13 Thread Alexander Best
hi there, i'm running HEAD on amd64 and experienced some really annoying resets during the last couple of months. when i do 'sysctl -a' or 'sysctl -a|grep bla', my whole system does a hard reset. no core dump gets produced. isn't there a way to find out which sysctl variable is causing the

installworld and delete-old fighting a constant battle

2012-03-14 Thread Alexander Best
hi there, while installing world with DESTDIR!=/ and running delete-old afterwards, i noticed the following entries. if i'm not mistaken delete-old should not need to delete anything, because DESTDIR was completely empty before running installworld: Removing old files (only deletes safe to

Re: setting CC/CXX/CPP unconditionally in src.conf

2012-02-29 Thread Alexander Best
On Tue Feb 28 12, Chuck Burns wrote: On 2/28/2012 4:55 PM, Ade Lovett wrote: On 2/28/2012 14:11, Alexander Best wrote: any chance we can have a CFLAGS.gcc and CFLAGS.clang in the future? that would make certain things a lot easier. dealing with gcc specific options, such as -mpreferred

Re: setting CC/CXX/CPP unconditionally in src.conf

2012-02-28 Thread Alexander Best
On Tue Feb 28 12, Dimitry Andric wrote: On 2012-02-26 22:37, Alexander Best wrote: any chance support for setting CC/CXX/CPP unconditionally in src.conf could be added before the release of freebsd 10.0? the way it is done atm is really not intuitive. the rule should really

Re: setting CC/CXX/CPP unconditionally in src.conf

2012-02-28 Thread Alexander Best
On Tue Feb 28 12, Dimitry Andric wrote: On 2012-02-26 22:37, Alexander Best wrote: any chance support for setting CC/CXX/CPP unconditionally in src.conf could be added before the release of freebsd 10.0? the way it is done atm is really not intuitive. the rule should really

Re: setting CC/CXX/CPP unconditionally in src.conf

2012-02-28 Thread Alexander Best
On Tue Feb 28 12, Alexander Best wrote: On Tue Feb 28 12, Dimitry Andric wrote: On 2012-02-26 22:37, Alexander Best wrote: any chance support for setting CC/CXX/CPP unconditionally in src.conf could be added before the release of freebsd 10.0? the way it is done atm is really

Re: [RFT] Major snd_hda rewrite

2012-01-14 Thread Alexander Best
On Thu Jan 12 12, Rainer Hurling wrote: On 12.01.2012 12:18 (UTC+1), Alexander Motin wrote: On 01/12/12 12:52, Gary Jennejohn wrote: On Wed, 11 Jan 2012 21:33:17 +0200 Alexander Motinm...@freebsd.org wrote: I would like request for testing of my work on further HDA sound driver improvement.

Re: [RFT] Major snd_hda rewrite

2012-01-14 Thread Alexander Best
On Sat Jan 14 12, Alexander Motin wrote: On 01/14/12 15:48, Alexander Best wrote: On Thu Jan 12 12, Rainer Hurling wrote: On 12.01.2012 12:18 (UTC+1), Alexander Motin wrote: On 01/12/12 12:52, Gary Jennejohn wrote: On Wed, 11 Jan 2012 21:33:17 +0200 Alexander Motinm...@freebsd.org wrote: I

CXXFLAGS example in share/examples/etc/make.conf should to be updated

2012-01-09 Thread Alexander Best
hi there, would it be possible to update the CXXFLAGS example in share/examples/etc/make.conf? looking at the gcc(1) man page, -fconserve-space seems to be a bad example. can somebody thing of a C++ specific option which makes more sense? or maybe something like -Weffc++? although idealy this

Re: [rfc] removing/conditionalising WERROR= in Makefiles

2011-12-27 Thread Alexander Best
On Tue Dec 27 11, Philip Paeps wrote: On 2011-12-26 10:10:40 (+), Alexander Best arun...@freebsd.org wrote: i grep'ed through src/sys and found several places where WERROR= was set in order to get rid of the default -Werror setting. i tried to remove those WERROR= overrides from any

Re: [rfc] removing/conditionalising WERROR= in Makefiles

2011-12-27 Thread Alexander Best
On Tue Dec 27 11, Luigi Rizzo wrote: On Tue, Dec 27, 2011 at 11:27:43AM +, Alexander Best wrote: On Tue Dec 27 11, Philip Paeps wrote: On 2011-12-26 10:10:40 (+), Alexander Best arun...@freebsd.org wrote: i grep'ed through src/sys and found several places where WERROR

Re: [rfc] removing/conditionalising WERROR= in Makefiles

2011-12-27 Thread Alexander Best
On Tue Dec 27 11, Warner Losh wrote: On Dec 26, 2011, at 6:04 PM, Philip Paeps wrote: On 2011-12-26 10:10:40 (+), Alexander Best arun...@freebsd.org wrote: i grep'ed through src/sys and found several places where WERROR= was set in order to get rid of the default -Werror setting. i

[rfc] removing/conditionalising WERROR= in Makefiles

2011-12-26 Thread Alexander Best
hi there, i grep'ed through src/sys and found several places where WERROR= was set in order to get rid of the default -Werror setting. i tried to remove those WERROR= overrides from any Makefile, where doing so did not break tinderbox. in those cases, where it couldn't be completely removed, i

starting the annual discussion regarding top(1)'s CPU usage statistics

2011-12-25 Thread Alexander Best
ok...so we all know that top(1) cannot compute the exact CPU usage for all processes, since some processes get spawned and exit so fast that they don't fall into the calculation range. i think nobody is getting angry when top(1) is off by a few percent. however please take a look at the following

Re: [rfc] removing -mpreferred-stack-boundary=2 flag for i386?

2011-12-24 Thread Alexander Best
On Sat Dec 24 11, Bruce Evans wrote: On Fri, 23 Dec 2011, Alexander Best wrote: is -mpreferred-stack-boundary=2 really necessary for i386 builds any longer? i built GENERIC (including modules) with and without that flag. the results are: The same as it has always been. It avoids some

Re: [rfc] removing -mpreferred-stack-boundary=2 flag for i386?

2011-12-24 Thread Alexander Best
On Sat Dec 24 11, Bruce Evans wrote: On Fri, 23 Dec 2011, Alexander Best wrote: is -mpreferred-stack-boundary=2 really necessary for i386 builds any longer? i built GENERIC (including modules) with and without that flag. the results are: The same as it has always been. It avoids some

Re: [rfc] removing -mpreferred-stack-boundary=2 flag for i386?

2011-12-24 Thread Alexander Best
On Sat Dec 24 11, Bruce Evans wrote: On Sat, 24 Dec 2011, Alexander Best wrote: On Sat Dec 24 11, Bruce Evans wrote: On Fri, 23 Dec 2011, Alexander Best wrote: is -mpreferred-stack-boundary=2 really necessary for i386 builds any longer? i built GENERIC (including modules

Re: [rfc] removing -mpreferred-stack-boundary=2 flag for i386?

2011-12-24 Thread Alexander Best
On Sat Dec 24 11, Bruce Evans wrote: On Fri, 23 Dec 2011, Adrian Chadd wrote: Well, the whole kernel is bloated at the moment, sorry. I've been trying to build the _bare minimum_ required to bootstrap -HEAD on these embedded boards and I can't get the kernel down below 5 megabytes - ie,

Re: [rfc] removing -mpreferred-stack-boundary=2 flag for i386?

2011-12-24 Thread Alexander Best
On Sat Dec 24 11, Bruce Evans wrote: On Sat, 24 Dec 2011, Alexander Best wrote: On Sat Dec 24 11, Bruce Evans wrote: On Fri, 23 Dec 2011, Alexander Best wrote: ... the gcc(1) man page states the following: This extra alignment does consume extra stack space, and generally increases

Re: Benchmark (Phoronix): FreeBSD 9.0-RC2 vs. Oracle Linux 6.1 Server

2011-12-23 Thread Alexander Best
On Fri Dec 23 11, Daniel Kalchev wrote: On 23.12.11 08:47, Martin Sugioarto wrote: A further thing is that I cannot understand the people here sometimes. I would like that the -RELEASE versions of FreeBSD perform well without any further optimizations. The -RELEASE things is just a

Re: [patch] Cleaning up amd64 kernel optimization options

2011-12-23 Thread Alexander Best
On Fri Dec 23 11, John Baldwin wrote: On Thursday, December 22, 2011 9:51:47 pm Garrett Cooper wrote: On Dec 22, 2011, at 4:59 PM, Alexander Best arun...@freebsd.org wrote: On Thu Dec 22 11, Benjamin Kaduk wrote: On Thu, 22 Dec 2011, Alexander Best wrote: On Thu Dec 22 11

Re: [patch] Cleaning up amd64 kernel optimization options

2011-12-23 Thread Alexander Best
On Fri Dec 23 11, Dimitry Andric wrote: On 2011-12-23 18:55, Kostik Belousov wrote: On Fri, Dec 23, 2011 at 06:03:42PM +0100, Dimitry Andric wrote: ... The only thing my patch makes sure of, is that amd64 does the same thing as all other arches, e.g.: compile with a low optimization settings

[rfc] removing -mpreferred-stack-boundary=2 flag for i386?

2011-12-23 Thread Alexander Best
hi there, is -mpreferred-stack-boundary=2 really necessary for i386 builds any longer? i built GENERIC (including modules) with and without that flag. the results are: 1654496 bytes with the flag set vs. 1654952 bytes with the flag unset the gcc(1) man page states the following: This extra

Re: [patch] Cleaning up amd64 kernel optimization options

2011-12-22 Thread Alexander Best
On Thu Dec 22 11, Dimitry Andric wrote: Hi, I would like to ask some feedback on the attached patch, which cleans up the kernel optimization options for amd64. This was touched upon earlier by Alexander Best in freebsd-toolchain, here: i've been using such settings for a few months now

Re: [patch] Cleaning up amd64 kernel optimization options

2011-12-22 Thread Alexander Best
On Thu Dec 22 11, Benjamin Kaduk wrote: On Thu, 22 Dec 2011, Alexander Best wrote: On Thu Dec 22 11, Dimitry Andric wrote: Hi, I would like to ask some feedback on the attached patch, which cleans up the kernel optimization options for amd64. This was touched upon earlier by Alexander

Re: SCHED_ULE should not be the default

2011-12-19 Thread Alexander Best
On Mon Dec 19 11, Nathan Whitehorn wrote: On 12/18/11 04:34, Adrian Chadd wrote: The trouble is that there's lots of anecdotal evidence, but noone's really gone digging deep into _their_ example of why it's broken. The developers who know this stuff don't see anything wrong. That hints to me

can a wrong alignment cause a decrease in a hdd's life expectancy?

2011-12-19 Thread Alexander Best
hi there, i'm using a usb hdd with the following specs: otaku% sudo smartctl -i /dev/da0 smartctl 5.42 2011-10-20 r3458 [FreeBSD 10.0-CURRENT amd64] (local build) Copyright (C) 2002-11 by Bruce Allen, http://smartmontools.sourceforge.net === START OF INFORMATION SECTION === Model Family:

Re: can a wrong alignment cause a decrease in a hdd's life expectancy?

2011-12-19 Thread Alexander Best
On Mon Dec 19 11, Poul-Henning Kamp wrote: In message 20111219221617.ga70...@freebsd.org, Alexander Best writes: ps: the hdd only gets mounted read-only! There is no known wear-effects in flash storage as long as you only read. You may need to do refresh-writes every 5-10 years to avoid

Re: can a wrong alignment cause a decrease in a hdd's life expectancy?

2011-12-19 Thread Alexander Best
On Mon Dec 19 11, Poul-Henning Kamp wrote: In message 20111219224700.ga75...@freebsd.org, Alexander Best writes: On Mon Dec 19 11, Poul-Henning Kamp wrote: In message 20111219221617.ga70...@freebsd.org, Alexander Best writes: ps: the hdd only gets mounted read-only! There is no known

Re: can a wrong alignment cause a decrease in a hdd's life expectancy?

2011-12-19 Thread Alexander Best
On Mon Dec 19 11, Jeremy Chadwick wrote: On Mon, Dec 19, 2011 at 10:56:33PM +, Alexander Best wrote: On Mon Dec 19 11, Poul-Henning Kamp wrote: In message 20111219224700.ga75...@freebsd.org, Alexander Best writes: On Mon Dec 19 11, Poul-Henning Kamp wrote: In message

Re: SCHED_ULE should not be the default

2011-12-18 Thread Alexander Best
On Sun Dec 18 11, Andrey Chernov wrote: On Sun, Dec 18, 2011 at 05:51:47PM +1100, Ian Smith wrote: On Sun, 18 Dec 2011 02:37:52 +, Bruce Cran wrote: On 13/12/2011 09:00, Andrey Chernov wrote: I observe ULE interactivity slowness even on single core machine (Pentium 4) in

Re: SCHED_ULE should not be the default

2011-12-18 Thread Alexander Best
On Sun Dec 18 11, Alexander Best wrote: On Sun Dec 18 11, Andrey Chernov wrote: On Sun, Dec 18, 2011 at 05:51:47PM +1100, Ian Smith wrote: On Sun, 18 Dec 2011 02:37:52 +, Bruce Cran wrote: On 13/12/2011 09:00, Andrey Chernov wrote: I observe ULE interactivity slowness even

stupid cp(1) behaviour

2011-12-01 Thread Alexander Best
is there a chance to change cp's behaviour in connection with the -R switch, so that it stops after the first error? i just ran into the following situation: 1) cp -ai bla /mnt/umass 2) i got a lot of warnings that /mnt/umass was full 3) cp -an bla /mnt/umass 4) ...that didn't work, since cp

Re: Remove debug echo

2011-11-30 Thread Alexander Best
On Tue Nov 29 11, Warner Losh wrote: kill it. Warner On Nov 29, 2011, at 2:07 PM, John Baldwin wrote: Any objections to this? It removes a weird line during 'make -s buildworld' output and I think it was debugging accidentally left in in 213077 by Warner: Index: newvers.sh

Re: Remove debug echo

2011-11-30 Thread Alexander Best
On Wed Nov 30 11, Garrett Cooper wrote: On Wed, Nov 30, 2011 at 4:25 PM, Alexander Best arun...@freebsd.org wrote: On Tue Nov 29 11, Warner Losh wrote: kill it. Warner On Nov 29, 2011, at 2:07 PM, John Baldwin wrote: Any objections to this?  It removes a weird line during 'make -s

possible array out of bounds access in sys/netinet/sctp_output.c

2011-11-27 Thread Alexander Best
hi there, i've been playing with clang tot and noticed the following error: /usr/local/bin/clang -c -O3 -pipe -fno-inline-functions -fno-strict-aliasing -march=core2 -std=c99 -g -fdiagnostics-show-option -fformat-extensions -Wall -Wcast-qual -Winline -Wmissing-include-dirs

Re: ee (easy editor) bugged on 9.0?

2011-11-20 Thread Alexander Best
On Sun Nov 20 11, Jason Edwards wrote: On Sat, Nov 19, 2011 at 6:07 PM, Stefan Bethke s...@lassitu.de wrote: Am 19.11.2011 um 17:29 schrieb Jason Edwards: Dear list, Has anyone noticed the easy editor is quite bugged on 9.0? On console direct access, opening the easy editor has

Re: ee (easy editor) bugged on 9.0?

2011-11-19 Thread Alexander Best
On Sat Nov 19 11, Garrett Cooper wrote: On Sat, Nov 19, 2011 at 11:05 AM, Adrian Chadd adr...@freebsd.org wrote: .. how many users is this going to trip up? cons25 is pretty much FUBAR on 9.x+ compared to previous releases. I went through several iterations with ed@ over the fact that

Re: ee (easy editor) bugged on 9.0?

2011-11-19 Thread Alexander Best
On Sat Nov 19 11, Garrett Cooper wrote: On Sat, Nov 19, 2011 at 12:53 PM, Alexander Best arun...@freebsd.org wrote: On Sat Nov 19 11, Garrett Cooper wrote: On Sat, Nov 19, 2011 at 11:05 AM, Adrian Chadd adr...@freebsd.org wrote: .. how many users is this going to trip up? cons25

issue with usb hdd

2011-11-18 Thread Alexander Best
hi there, i recently bought a western digital 1 terrabyte usb2/usb3 hdd: [83611.209514] umass0: MSC Bulk-Only Transport on usbus3 [83613.618514] da0 at umass-sim0 bus 0 scbus6 target 0 lun 0 [83613.618514] da0: WD My Passport 0740 1003 Fixed Direct Access SCSI-6 device [83613.618514] da0:

Re: 10.0-CUR r226986 ports (general)

2011-11-03 Thread Alexander Best
On Thu Nov 3 11, Matthias Apitz wrote: El día Wednesday, November 02, 2011 a las 08:36:07PM +0100, Matthias Apitz escribió: Hello, I fetched 10-CUR from SVN as r226986 and /usr/ports from CVS on November 1st; The ports/audio/jack seems installing fine, but the shared lib

Re: 10.0-CUR r226986 ports (general)

2011-11-03 Thread Alexander Best
On Thu Nov 3 11, Matthias Apitz wrote: El día Thursday, November 03, 2011 a las 11:28:47AM +, Alexander Best escribió: It turns out that the problem is more general! A lot of ./configure scripts are detecting in 10-CUR that they can't or should not build shared libs; the problem

Re: small devfs.conf patch

2011-10-19 Thread Alexander Best
On Tue Oct 18 11, Andriy Gapon wrote: on 17/10/2011 23:01 Alexander Best said the following: hi there, any thoughts regarding this change? with the ata subsystem dying, linking to /dev/acd isn't really necessary any more. also a lot of ports nowadays depend on /dev/dvd. IMO, go

Re: [RFC] Prepend timestamp in msgbuf

2011-10-17 Thread Alexander Best
On Fri Oct 14 11, Arnaud Lacombe wrote: Hi, On Fri, Oct 14, 2011 at 8:52 AM, Nali Toja nalit...@gmail.com wrote: Alexander Best arun...@freebsd.org writes: On Fri Oct 14 11, Poul-Henning Kamp wrote: In message 20111014085609.ga3...@freebsd.org, Alexander Best writes: 1) would

Re: [RFC] Prepend timestamp in msgbuf

2011-10-17 Thread Alexander Best
On Mon Oct 17 11, Arnaud Lacombe wrote: Hi, On Mon, Oct 17, 2011 at 2:01 PM, Alexander Best arun...@freebsd.org wrote: On Fri Oct 14 11, Arnaud Lacombe wrote: Hi, On Fri, Oct 14, 2011 at 8:52 AM, Nali Toja nalit...@gmail.com wrote: Alexander Best arun...@freebsd.org writes

small devfs.conf patch

2011-10-17 Thread Alexander Best
hi there, any thoughts regarding this change? with the ata subsystem dying, linking to /dev/acd isn't really necessary any more. also a lot of ports nowadays depend on /dev/dvd. cheers. alex diff --git a/etc/devfs.conf b/etc/devfs.conf index f7869fe..f3a270e 100644 --- a/etc/devfs.conf +++

Re: [RFC] Prepend timestamp in msgbuf

2011-10-17 Thread Alexander Best
On Mon Oct 17 11, Arnaud Lacombe wrote: Hi, On Mon, Oct 17, 2011 at 3:44 PM, Alexander Best arun...@freebsd.org wrote: On Mon Oct 17 11, Arnaud Lacombe wrote: Hi, On Mon, Oct 17, 2011 at 2:01 PM, Alexander Best arun...@freebsd.org wrote: On Fri Oct 14 11, Arnaud Lacombe wrote

Re: [RFC] Prepend timestamp in msgbuf

2011-10-14 Thread Alexander Best
On Fri Oct 14 11, Nikolay Denev wrote: On Oct 13, 2011, at 9:40 PM, Arnaud Lacombe wrote: Hi, On Thu, Oct 13, 2011 at 2:00 PM, lacom...@gmail.com wrote: From: Arnaud Lacombe lacom...@gmail.com Hi folks, There is many case recently when I really wished timestamp were

Re: [RFC] Prepend timestamp in msgbuf

2011-10-14 Thread Alexander Best
On Fri Oct 14 11, Poul-Henning Kamp wrote: In message 20111014085609.ga3...@freebsd.org, Alexander Best writes: 1) would it be possible to prepend those timestamps to the actual console output and not only to the output of demsg? maybe via a sysctl toggle? The kernel does not know enough

Re: [RFC] Prepend timestamp in msgbuf

2011-10-14 Thread Alexander Best
On Fri Oct 14 11, Alexander Best wrote: On Fri Oct 14 11, Poul-Henning Kamp wrote: In message 20111014085609.ga3...@freebsd.org, Alexander Best writes: 1) would it be possible to prepend those timestamps to the actual console output and not only to the output of demsg? maybe via a sysctl

Re: [RFC] Prepend timestamp in msgbuf

2011-10-14 Thread Alexander Best
On Fri Oct 14 11, Alexander Best wrote: On Fri Oct 14 11, Poul-Henning Kamp wrote: In message 20111014085609.ga3...@freebsd.org, Alexander Best writes: 1) would it be possible to prepend those timestamps to the actual console output and not only to the output of demsg? maybe via a sysctl

Re: [head tinderbox] failure on powerpc/powerpc

2011-10-05 Thread Alexander Best
On Wed Oct 5 11, FreeBSD Tinderbox wrote: TB --- 2011-10-05 12:55:29 - tinderbox 2.8 running on freebsd-current.sentex.ca TB --- 2011-10-05 12:55:29 - starting HEAD tinderbox run for powerpc/powerpc TB --- 2011-10-05 12:55:29 - cleaning the object tree TB --- 2011-10-05 12:55:43 - cvsupping

Re: [head tinderbox] failure on powerpc/powerpc

2011-10-05 Thread Alexander Best
On Wed Oct 5 11, Alexander Best wrote: On Wed Oct 5 11, FreeBSD Tinderbox wrote: TB --- 2011-10-05 12:55:29 - tinderbox 2.8 running on freebsd-current.sentex.ca TB --- 2011-10-05 12:55:29 - starting HEAD tinderbox run for powerpc/powerpc TB --- 2011-10-05 12:55:29 - cleaning the object

Re: buildworld failure

2011-08-15 Thread Alexander Best
On Mon Aug 15 11, Robert Watson wrote: On Sun, 14 Aug 2011, Alexander Best wrote: has anybody seen this buildworld failure? Could you try the attached patch and see if it helps? I currently have it in the re@ approval queue. It does appear to fix the problem here. thanks. the patch

Re: kernel panic caused by Opera 11.50

2011-08-14 Thread Alexander Best
On Sun Aug 14 11, Alvaro Castillo wrote: uname -a: FreeBSD shuttle0.lan 9.0-BETA1 FreeBSD 9.0-BETA1 #2: Mon Aug 8 17:05:59 WEST 2011 net...@shuttle0.lan:/usr/obj/usr/src/sys/HYDROGEN amd64 kernel panic: Fatal trap 12: page fault while in kernel mode cpuid = 1; apic id = 01 fault

Re: files/dd7c394c9c9ddf4b97f1b14c676f370adc259b2c7a4b8346eba0788a431db398.gz not found -- snapshot corrupt.

2011-08-14 Thread Alexander Best
On Sun Aug 14 11, Niclas Zeising wrote: On 2011-08-13 12:08, Roland Smith wrote: On Sat, Aug 13, 2011 at 09:51:41AM +0200, Hartmann, O. wrote: On 08/13/11 09:26, Roland Smith wrote: On Sat, Aug 13, 2011 at 12:43:52AM +0200, Hartmann, O. wrote: On 08/12/11 22:54, Roland Smith wrote: On

Re: [rfc] replacing /boot/kernel.old with a unique directory name

2011-08-14 Thread Alexander Best
On Sun Aug 14 11, Test Rat wrote: Test Rat ttse...@gmail.com writes: Eduardo Morras nec...@retena.com writes: At 22:06 13/08/2011, Steven Hartland wrote: i just had the following idea: how about instead of copying the current kernel to /boot/kernel.old and then installing the new one

Re: files/dd7c394c9c9ddf4b97f1b14c676f370adc259b2c7a4b8346eba0788a431db398.gz not found -- snapshot corrupt.

2011-08-14 Thread Alexander Best
On Sun Aug 14 11, Olivier Smedts wrote: 2011/8/14 Alexander Best arun...@freebsd.org: On Sun Aug 14 11, Niclas Zeising wrote: On 2011-08-13 12:08, Roland Smith wrote: On Sat, Aug 13, 2011 at 09:51:41AM +0200, Hartmann, O. wrote: On 08/13/11 09:26, Roland Smith wrote: On Sat, Aug 13

buildworld failure

2011-08-14 Thread Alexander Best
hi there, has anybody seen this buildworld failure? === sys/modules/portalfs (depend) @ - /usr/git-freebsd-head/sys machine - /usr/git-freebsd-head/sys/amd64/include x86 - /usr/git-freebsd-head/sys/x86/include awk -f @/tools/vnode_if.awk @/kern/vnode_if.src -p awk -f @/tools/vnode_if.awk

Re: Crash kernel in linux module...

2011-08-13 Thread Alexander Best
On Sat Aug 13 11, fidaj wrote: Hello all! I have: uname -a FreeBSD nonamehost 9.0-BETA1 FreeBSD 9.0-BETA1 #0 r224806: Sat Aug 13 11:17:49 EEST 2011 ivan@nonamehost:/usr/obj/usr/src/sys/mk9 amd64 After update source code r224728 to r224806 - my kernel smash when i

[rfc] replacing /boot/kernel.old with a unique directory name

2011-08-13 Thread Alexander Best
hi there, i just had the following idea: how about instead of copying the current kernel to /boot/kernel.old and then installing the new one under /boot/kernel as the results of target installkernel, we create a unique directory name for the old kernel? something like

Re: [rfc] replacing /boot/kernel.old with a unique directory name

2011-08-13 Thread Alexander Best
On Sat Aug 13 11, Chris Rees wrote: On 13 August 2011 20:51, Alexander Best arun...@freebsd.org wrote: hi there, i just had the following idea: how about instead of copying the current kernel to /boot/kernel.old and then installing the new one under /boot/kernel as the results

Re: [rfc] replacing /boot/kernel.old with a unique directory name

2011-08-13 Thread Alexander Best
On Sat Aug 13 11, Garrett Cooper wrote: On Aug 13, 2011, at 12:51 PM, Alexander Best arun...@freebsd.org wrote: hi there, i just had the following idea: how about instead of copying the current kernel to /boot/kernel.old and then installing the new one under /boot/kernel

recent commit causes lock up

2011-08-12 Thread Alexander Best
hi there, running r224715 i'm having no problems what so ever. after upgrading my kernel to r224784, i'm experiencing fatal lock ups, where only a hard reset will resolve the problem. the lock up happend two times while running chromium with only a decent number of tabs (~ 5). also the lock up

Re: recent commit causes lock up

2011-08-12 Thread Alexander Best
On Fri Aug 12 11, Test Rat wrote: Alexander Best arun...@freebsd.org writes: hi there, running r224715 i'm having no problems what so ever. after upgrading my kernel to r224784, i'm experiencing fatal lock ups, where only a hard reset will resolve the problem. the lock up

Re: recent commit causes lock up

2011-08-12 Thread Alexander Best
On Fri Aug 12 11, Test Rat wrote: Alexander Best arun...@freebsd.org writes: hi there, running r224715 i'm having no problems what so ever. after upgrading my kernel to r224784, i'm experiencing fatal lock ups, where only a hard reset will resolve the problem. the lock up

Re: HEAD after 9-BETA1 broken

2011-08-10 Thread Alexander Best
On Wed Aug 10 11, René Ladan wrote: Hi, it seems that HEAD is broken somewhere after 9.0-BETA1 amd64: acer % pwd /usr/src acer % svn info Path: . URL: svn+ssh://svn.freebsd.org/base/head Repository Root: svn+ssh://svn.freebsd.org/base Repository UUID:

Re: awk(1) segfaults when building kernel modules

2011-08-10 Thread Alexander Best
On Wed Aug 10 11, Navdeep Parhar wrote: On Wed, Aug 10, 2011 at 11:12 AM, Test Rat ttse...@gmail.com wrote: `make -s buildkernel' seems to contain lots of segfaults after recent update of one-true-awk in r224731. It chokes on sys/conf/kmod_syms.awk. just out of curiosity: what's the point of

Re: makefs(8) broken iso9660 images

2011-08-10 Thread Alexander Best
On Wed Aug 10 11, Test Rat wrote: A quick example $ mkdir -p q/a q/b q/c q/d $ touch q/a/foo.c q/b/foo.c q/c/foo.c q/d/foo.c $ makefs -t cd9660 q.iso q $ tar tf q.iso . A B A/FOO.C B/FOO.C C D $ mkisofs -quiet -o q.iso q $ tar tf q.iso . A B

Re: issues with bsdgrep and lang/go

2011-08-10 Thread Alexander Best
hasn't really paid a lot of attention to bsdgrep, lately. :( i guess that's a problem when you have an open os, where everybody can do as much or as little as it pleases him. ;) Debugging pencil should be handy in this case. On Tue, Aug 09, 2011 at 08:18:42AM +, Alexander Best wrote

issues with bsdgrep and lang/go

2011-08-09 Thread Alexander Best
hi there, i'm running HEAD on amd64 with bsdgrep (WITH_BSD_GREP=true). i noticed the lang/go port won't build due to errors caused by egrep. this might be a ports issue, but to me it rather looks like bsdgrep is not behaving exactly the same, as gnu grep. however i haven't tried building the port

Re: issues with bsdgrep and lang/go

2011-08-09 Thread Alexander Best
On Tue Aug 9 11, Test Rat wrote: Alexander Best arun...@freebsd.org writes: [...] gmake -C 6g install gmake[1]: Entering directory `/usr/ports/lang/go/work/go-20110515/src/cmd/6g' quietgcc -I/usr/ports/lang/go/work/go-20110515/include -ggdb -O2 -c /usr/ports/lang/go/work/go

Re: issues with bsdgrep and lang/go

2011-08-09 Thread Alexander Best
On Tue Aug 9 11, Test Rat wrote: Alexander Best arun...@freebsd.org writes: On Tue Aug 9 11, Test Rat wrote: Alexander Best arun...@freebsd.org writes: [...] gmake -C 6g install gmake[1]: Entering directory `/usr/ports/lang/go/work/go-20110515/src/cmd/6g' quietgcc -I/usr

Re: chromium port causing massive I/O faults

2011-07-28 Thread Alexander Best
On Wed Jul 27 11, René Ladan wrote: 2011/7/27 Alexander Best arun...@freebsd.org: On Wed Jul 27 11, René Ladan wrote: 2011/7/27 Gleb Kurtsou gleb.kurt...@gmail.com: On (27/07/2011 00:48), Alexander Best wrote: On Mon Jul 25 11, Matthias Andree wrote: Am 25.07.2011 09:21, schrieb

Re: chromium port causing massive I/O faults

2011-07-27 Thread Alexander Best
On Wed Jul 27 11, Gleb Kurtsou wrote: On (27/07/2011 00:48), Alexander Best wrote: On Mon Jul 25 11, Matthias Andree wrote: Am 25.07.2011 09:21, schrieb Alexander Best: On Mon Jul 25 11, Adrian Chadd wrote: Is it perhaps doing disk IO using mmap? how can i check, whether

Re: chromium port causing massive I/O faults

2011-07-27 Thread Alexander Best
On Wed Jul 27 11, René Ladan wrote: 2011/7/27 Gleb Kurtsou gleb.kurt...@gmail.com: On (27/07/2011 00:48), Alexander Best wrote: On Mon Jul 25 11, Matthias Andree wrote: Am 25.07.2011 09:21, schrieb Alexander Best: On Mon Jul 25 11, Adrian Chadd wrote: Is it perhaps doing disk IO

Re: chromium port causing massive I/O faults

2011-07-27 Thread Alexander Best
On Wed Jul 27 11, René Ladan wrote: 2011/7/27 Alexander Best arun...@freebsd.org: On Wed Jul 27 11, René Ladan wrote: 2011/7/27 Gleb Kurtsou gleb.kurt...@gmail.com: On (27/07/2011 00:48), Alexander Best wrote: On Mon Jul 25 11, Matthias Andree wrote: Am 25.07.2011 09:21, schrieb

Re: chromium port causing massive I/O faults

2011-07-27 Thread Alexander Best
On Wed Jul 27 11, Gleb Kurtsou wrote: On (27/07/2011 09:18), Alexander Best wrote: On Wed Jul 27 11, Gleb Kurtsou wrote: On (27/07/2011 00:48), Alexander Best wrote: On Mon Jul 25 11, Matthias Andree wrote: Am 25.07.2011 09:21, schrieb Alexander Best: On Mon Jul 25 11, Adrian

Re: issues with vmstat and latest HEAD

2011-07-27 Thread Alexander Best
On Tue Jul 26 11, Alexander Best wrote: hi there, 'vmstat -m' and 'vmstat -z' report: otaku% vmstat -m vmstat: memstat_sysctl_malloc: Too many CPUs otaku% vmstat -z vmstat: memstat_sysctl_uma: Too many CPUs world and kernel are in sync. i'm running r224294 on amd64. please disregard

Re: issues with vmstat and latest HEAD

2011-07-27 Thread Alexander Best
On Wed Jul 27 11, Brandon Gooch wrote: On Jul 27, 2011 7:58 AM, Alexander Best arun...@freebsd.org wrote: On Tue Jul 26 11, Alexander Best wrote: hi there, 'vmstat -m' and 'vmstat -z' report: otaku% vmstat -m vmstat: memstat_sysctl_malloc: Too many CPUs otaku% vmstat -z

issues with vmstat and latest HEAD

2011-07-26 Thread Alexander Best
hi there, 'vmstat -m' and 'vmstat -z' report: otaku% vmstat -m vmstat: memstat_sysctl_malloc: Too many CPUs otaku% vmstat -z vmstat: memstat_sysctl_uma: Too many CPUs world and kernel are in sync. i'm running r224294 on amd64. cheers. alex ___

truss crashing process

2011-07-26 Thread Alexander Best
hi there, i was trying to attach truss to chromium via 'truss -p 18445' and got: [...] kevent(26,{},0,{0x1b,EVFILT_READ,0x0,0,0x1,0x44cb600 0x0,0x0,0x0,0,0x0,0x0 0x0,0x0,0x0,0,0x0,0x0 0x0,0x0,0x0,0,0x0,0x0 0x0,0x0,0x0,0,0x0,0x0 0x0,0x0,0x0,0,0x0,0x0 0x0,0x0,0x0,0,0x0,0x0 0x0,0x0,0x0,0,0x0,0x0

Re: chromium port causing massive I/O faults

2011-07-26 Thread Alexander Best
On Mon Jul 25 11, Matthias Andree wrote: Am 25.07.2011 09:21, schrieb Alexander Best: On Mon Jul 25 11, Adrian Chadd wrote: Is it perhaps doing disk IO using mmap? how can i check, whether that's the case or not? Use truss(1) for instance. However, unless there are *practical

Re: chromium port causing massive I/O faults

2011-07-25 Thread Alexander Best
On Mon Jul 25 11, Adrian Chadd wrote: Is it perhaps doing disk IO using mmap? how can i check, whether that's the case or not? adrian On 25 July 2011 05:25, Alexander Best arun...@freebsd.org wrote: hi there, i noticed that chromium, expecially in combination

chromium port causing massive I/O faults

2011-07-24 Thread Alexander Best
hi there, i noticed that chromium, expecially in combination with nspluginwrapper and flash, is causing a lot of I/O faults. i ran 'top -mio -I -n 99' and after only ~ 4 hours of running chromium (most of the time not loading any new pages), i got the following data: last pid: 39976; load

buildworld failing in lib/libc/db/btree

2011-07-21 Thread Alexander Best
hi there, for some reason buildworld always fails in lib/libc/db/btree :( clang: /usr/bin/clang -O2 -pipe -fno-strict-aliasing -fno-omit-frame-pointer -march=core2 -I/usr/git-freebsd-head/lib/libc/include -I/usr/git-freebsd-head/lib/libc/../../include -I/usr/git-freebsd-head/lib/libc/amd64

Re: buildworld failing in lib/libc/db/btree

2011-07-21 Thread Alexander Best
On Thu Jul 21 11, Xin LI wrote: -BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA256 On 07/21/11 00:08, Alexander Best wrote: hi there, for some reason buildworld always fails in lib/libc/db/btree :( clang: /usr/bin/clang -O2 -pipe -fno-strict-aliasing -fno-omit-frame-pointer

Re: buildworld failing in lib/libc/db/btree

2011-07-21 Thread Alexander Best
On Thu Jul 21 11, Dimitry Andric wrote: On 2011-07-21 09:08, Alexander Best wrote: for some reason buildworld always fails in lib/libc/db/btree :( clang: /usr/bin/clang -O2 -pipe -fno-strict-aliasing -fno-omit-frame-pointer -march=core2 -I/usr/git-freebsd-head/lib/libc/include -I/usr

Re: [PATCH] Export per-thread resource usage via sysctl

2011-07-16 Thread Alexander Best
On Fri Jul 15 11, John Baldwin wrote: This change exports each individual thread's resource usage via sysctl when individual threads are requested via KERN_PROC_INC_THREAD. This generally works correctly with 'top -m io' after the previous change to revert top(1) back to using

Re: [PATCH] Export per-thread resource usage via sysctl

2011-07-16 Thread Alexander Best
On Sat Jul 16 11, Pan Tsu wrote: Alexander Best arun...@freebsd.org writes: On Fri Jul 15 11, John Baldwin wrote: This change exports each individual thread's resource usage via sysctl when individual threads are requested via KERN_PROC_INC_THREAD. This generally works correctly

Re: [PATCH] Make top -P an interactive toggle

2011-07-11 Thread Alexander Best
On Mon Jul 11 11, John Baldwin wrote: On Saturday, July 09, 2011 5:44:16 am Alexander Best wrote: On Sat Jul 9 11, Alexander Best wrote: On Fri Jul 8 11, Alexander Best wrote: On Fri Jul 8 11, John Baldwin wrote: This patch lets you use 'P' while top is running to toggle between

Re: [PATCH] Make top -P an interactive toggle

2011-07-09 Thread Alexander Best
On Fri Jul 8 11, Alexander Best wrote: On Fri Jul 8 11, John Baldwin wrote: This patch lets you use 'P' while top is running to toggle between per-CPU and global CPU stats. very cool. i always thought that being able to interactivly enable/disable per-cpu stats in top would

Re: [PATCH] Make top -P an interactive toggle

2011-07-09 Thread Alexander Best
On Sat Jul 9 11, Alexander Best wrote: On Fri Jul 8 11, Alexander Best wrote: On Fri Jul 8 11, John Baldwin wrote: This patch lets you use 'P' while top is running to toggle between per-CPU and global CPU stats. very cool. i always thought that being able to interactivly

Re: [PATCH] Make top -P an interactive toggle

2011-07-08 Thread Alexander Best
On Fri Jul 8 11, John Baldwin wrote: This patch lets you use 'P' while top is running to toggle between per-CPU and global CPU stats. very cool. i always thought that being able to interactivly enable/disable per-cpu stats in top would be a useful feature. great to see this being implemented.

displaying thread id in top -H

2011-07-06 Thread Alexander Best
hi there, any reason why bin/139389 hasn't been committed, yet? i think seeing the thread id in top -H output is extremely useful! cheers. alex ___ freebsd-current@freebsd.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-current To

Re: Heavy I/O blocks FreeBSD box for several seconds

2011-07-06 Thread Alexander Best
On Wed Jul 6 11, arrowdodger wrote: 2011/7/6 O. Hartmann ohart...@zedat.fu-berlin.de When performing an update on the ports tree via portsnap fetch update or when checking out (or) large Subversion repositories or when copying large data files (~ 50 to 250 GB in size, results from

Re: Heavy I/O blocks FreeBSD box for several seconds

2011-07-06 Thread Alexander Best
On Wed Jul 6 11, Andriy Gapon wrote: on 06/07/2011 16:33 Alexander Best said the following: you might also want to try enabling options IPI_PREEMPTION. no idea, if this improves your situation, though. Just in case, this option has effect for 4BSD scheduler only. thanks. i did not know

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