Re: requesting vinum help

2003-11-26 Thread Joel M. Baldwin
Geeze! Not only aren't there any emails, but I've started a full blown thread! --On Tuesday, November 25, 2003 8:39 AM -0800 Joel M. Baldwin [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Could a vinum guru please contact me via email? I've lost 2 vinum volumes as a result of the latest fiasco and naturally am eager

requesting vinum help

2003-11-25 Thread Joel M. Baldwin
Could a vinum guru please contact me via email? I've lost 2 vinum volumes as a result of the latest fiasco and naturally am eager to figure out what's going on and recover the data. ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list

Re: Server locking hard -- A LOT!!!

2003-02-05 Thread Joel M. Baldwin
Check your RAM.http://www.memtest86.com/ Check your BIOS settings. Try running the system with the failsafe settings if your BIOS has that. If all else fails put the debug options into the kernel, add a serial console, and see if you can break into ddb. --On Tuesday, February 04, 2003

Re: 5.0 Freezes under high load with SMP.

2003-01-16 Thread Joel M. Baldwin
--On Tuesday, January 14, 2003 8:15 PM +0100 Wilko Bulte [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Tue, Jan 14, 2003 at 11:12:30AM -0800, Nate Lawson wrote: On Tue, 14 Jan 2003, wade wrote: Although GENERIC functions perfectly, when I enable SMP in GENERIC, the box freezes during big build jobs ( i.e.

bad ACPL asl's on motherboards

2003-01-16 Thread Joel M. Baldwin
I gather that there are quite a few Motherboards with bad ACPI asl's on them. I know that my Abit BP6 sure has problems. As a result I can't run ACPI. What are those of us with these motherboards supposed to to? I realize that we can use acpidump to get the asl, correct it, and then recompile

make release errors

2003-01-16 Thread Joel M. Baldwin
I've been trying to do a 'make release' the last couple of weeks and keep getting the following error. Is this something on my end? I assume other aren't having problems with it being this close to release date. Any suggestions on the fix? To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with

Re: make release errors

2003-01-16 Thread Joel M. Baldwin
--On Thursday, January 16, 2003 6:12 AM -0800 Joel M. Baldwin [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I've been trying to do a 'make release' the last couple of weeks and keep getting the following error. geeze time for a coffee. sorry people. here is the error. === chinese/mozilla-tclp === Creating

Re: 5.0-RC2 won't install (zf_read vm_fault) while 4.7 will

2003-01-11 Thread Joel M. Baldwin
--On Friday, January 10, 2003 5:36 PM -0800 Gary W. Swearingen [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I got an old P100 I'm preparing for NAT duty at a Linux meeting and I tried to install 5.0-RC2 on it. Near end of mfsroot.flp loading I get: zf_read: unexpected EOF but it continues booting. Just

Hard Lock info

2002-11-23 Thread Joel M. Baldwin
I came home last night and found the system Hard Locked. ^ Stopped at siointr1+0xf4: movl$0,brk_state1.0 db db show locks db ps pid proc addruid ppid pgrp flag stat wmesgwchan cmd 71987 c3557000 d364b000 1006 71985 71985 0004000 norm[LOCK Giant c03d01a0]

Re: Hard Lock info

2002-11-23 Thread Joel M. Baldwin
.) Does anything look out of place in the trace or ps? 2.) What additional commands should I do next time this happens? This is on a SMP kernel less than a couple of days old. The dmesg of the system is attached. --On Saturday, November 23, 2002 12:07 PM -0800 Joel M. Baldwin [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote

panic: sleeping thread owns a mutex - with debug traceback

2002-11-20 Thread Joel M. Baldwin
Under heavy system load and heavy swapping I had the following panic occur. - Panic message from the serial console: panic: sleeping thread owns a mutex cpuid = 1; lapic.id = 0100 Debugger(panic) Stopped at Debugger+0x55:

Re: SMP stability ? [was Re: more info from panic from running

2002-11-20 Thread Joel M. Baldwin
I haven't had any Hard Locks since I upgraded the BIOS on my BP6 from LP to RU and cvsup/buildworld/installworld again. At the moment I'm thinking that my system is stable again, but won't feel comfortable with that until I do some more stress testing. I've gotten a panic, but I think its

Re: panic: sleeping thread owns a mutex - with debug traceback

2002-11-20 Thread Joel M. Baldwin
--On Wednesday, November 20, 2002 12:01 PM -0500 Robert Watson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Wed, 20 Nov 2002, Robert Watson wrote: Hmm. Another thread has decided to sleep while holding an inpcb mutex. Any chance this can be reproduced while running WITNESS? If so, you should get a panic

Re: panic: sleeping thread owns a mutex - with debug traceback

2002-11-20 Thread Joel M. Baldwin
--On Wednesday, November 20, 2002 2:27 PM -0500 John Baldwin [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 20-Nov-2002 Joel M. Baldwin wrote: --On Wednesday, November 20, 2002 12:01 PM -0500 Robert Watson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Wed, 20 Nov 2002, Robert Watson wrote: Hmm. Another thread has decided

Re: more info - Re: panic: sleeping thread owns a mutex - withdebug traceback

2002-11-20 Thread Joel M. Baldwin
yes, LONG before I posted the first time. I've even swaped the memory from another system. The problem ISN'T the memory. --On Wednesday, November 20, 2002 9:47 PM -0800 Nate Lawson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Wow, I haven't seen so many panics from one person before. Tried memtest86.com yet?

Re: more info - Re: panic: sleeping thread owns a mutex - withdebug traceback

2002-11-20 Thread Joel M. Baldwin
--On Wednesday, November 20, 2002 10:12 PM -0800 Steve Kargl [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Wed, Nov 20, 2002 at 09:59:32PM -0800, Joel M. Baldwin wrote: --On Wednesday, November 20, 2002 9:47 PM -0800 Nate Lawson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Wow, I haven't seen so many panics from one person

more info from panic from running dnet on SMP kernel ( lockorder reversal, recursed on non-recursive lock )

2002-11-17 Thread Joel M. Baldwin
running dnet on a SMP kernel causes the kernel to panic. lock order reversal 1st 0xc2c803e8 process lock (process lock) @ ../../../kern/kern_fork.c:571 2nd 0xc03cfce0 proctree (proctree) @ ../../../kern/kern_fork.c:596 recursed on non-recursive lock (sleep mutex) process lock @

Re: SMP stability ? [was Re: more info from panic from runningdnet on SMP kernel]

2002-11-17 Thread Joel M. Baldwin
--On Sunday, November 17, 2002 11:36 AM +0100 Thierry Herbelot [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Le Sunday 17 November 2002 10:50, Joel M. Baldwin a écrit : running dnet on a SMP kernel causes the kernel to panic. [Hijacking another thread ?] No problem, lets compare notes. I haven't been able

dnet causes panic ( was Hard Lock )

2002-11-12 Thread Joel M. Baldwin
Well I'm not getting Hard Locks when I try running dnet on a SMP kernel. Instead I've gotten the following panics. It turns out I can run a single non threaded dnet process when I invoke it thus: 'dnet -cpunum 0' - lock order

Re: Panics instead of Hard Locks

2002-11-10 Thread Joel M. Baldwin
If there's a race why hasn't it been fixed in the main tree? A swap issue makes sense. If I've been down long enough I get swamped with email when I come back up. A bug in the latest procmail yields 130M processes that fill up swap and make the system be swap bound. The solution is the

Panics instead of Hard Locks

2002-11-09 Thread Joel M. Baldwin
Since going from a SMP to nonSMP kernel the Hard Locks don't seem to be happening. However I'm getting panics. I've gotten 4 'sleeping thread owns a mutex' panics and one each of 'Assertion i != 0 failed at ../../../kern/subr_witness.c:669' and 'Duplicate free of item 0xc3895cc0 from zone

duplicate lock

2002-11-07 Thread Joel M. Baldwin
FreeBSD outel.org 5.0-CURRENT FreeBSD 5.0-CURRENT #0: Thu Nov 7 05:13:19 PST 2002 [EMAIL PROTECTED]:/disk2/usr.src/sys/i386/compile/testGeneric.nonsmp i386 acquiring duplicate lock of same type: inp 1st inp @ ../../../netinet/udp_usrreq.c:290 2nd inp @ ../../../netinet/udp_usrreq.c:290 this

dnet causes Hard Lock on SMP kernel? ( was 'Why is my -currentsystem Hard Locking?' )

2002-11-07 Thread Joel M. Baldwin
I'm still pursuing the cause of the Hard Locks on my system. 1.) I have a serial console hooked up. Nothing appears on the console when a Hard Lock happens. No panic. 2.) Shorting IOCHK to ground on the ISA connector doesn't work on a ABIT BP6, so I can't force myself into ddb. The BIG

Re: dnet causes Hard Lock on SMP kernel? ( was 'Why is my-current system Hard Locking?' )

2002-11-07 Thread Joel M. Baldwin
--On Thursday, November 07, 2002 6:07 PM -0500 Ray Kohler [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: From [EMAIL PROTECTED] Thu Nov 7 18:00:10 2002 Date: Thu, 07 Nov 2002 14:47:03 -0800 From: Joel M. Baldwin [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: dnet causes Hard Lock on SMP kernel? ( was 'Why is my

Re: dnet causes Hard Lock on SMP kernel? ( was 'Why is my-current system Hard Locking?' )

2002-11-07 Thread Joel M. Baldwin
--On Friday, November 08, 2002 8:45 AM +0900 Jun Kuriyama [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: At Thu, 7 Nov 2002 22:55:56 + (UTC), Joel M. Baldwin [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I'm still pursuing the cause of the Hard Locks on my system. 1.) I have a serial console hooked up. Nothing appears

Re: Why is my -current system Hard Locking?

2002-11-06 Thread Joel M. Baldwin
No change, the system is still Hard Locking. It did it 4 times yesterday. The next steps for me are: 1.) Get a serial console working. Maybe I'll get some indication of what's happening that way. 2.) When the serial console is working, see if I can break into ddb after a Hard Lock. Is

Re: Why is my -current system Hard Locking?

2002-11-06 Thread Joel M. Baldwin
--On Wednesday, November 06, 2002 9:23 PM -0600 Sean Kelly [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: . . . snip . . . I just came across this problem for the first time on my -CURRENT from Wed Oct 30. I was in the middle of reading a message in mutt (my MUA) on the console and the system just froze. I was

Re: Why is my -current system Hard Locking?

2002-11-05 Thread Joel M. Baldwin
--On Tuesday, November 05, 2002 9:55 AM -0500 Andrew Gallatin [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Joel M. Baldwin writes: ... don't think this is related to the X FP problem ( although I am running X11 ). There have been many times when I'd walk in the ... options DDB

Re: Why is my -current system Hard Locking?

2002-11-05 Thread Joel M. Baldwin
There isn't any indication of a panic. The system just locks up and is non responsive. --On Tuesday, November 05, 2002 9:25 PM -0800 Steve Kargl [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: This sounds good, but isn't it. X doesn't have control of the graphics and kbd on my system. Only xdm and clients are

Why is my -current system Hard Locking?

2002-11-04 Thread Joel M. Baldwin
I'm getting quite frustrated with -current. I've been running it for years and had relatively few problems. However for quite some time now I've had a problem with Hard Locks. By Hard Lock I mean that the system doesn't respond to ether traffic, the keyboard doesn't respond, the capslock,

Re: Do we still need portmap(8)?

2002-10-07 Thread Joel M. Baldwin
Shouldn't ALL of the files in /bin, /usr/bin, /usr/include, /usr/lib etc be replaced during an installworld? I've always looked for files older than the last installworld and moved them aside thinking that they're obsolete. ( aside, not delete, just in case ) --On Monday, October 07, 2002

Re: natd core dumping with bus error

2002-07-08 Thread Joel M. Baldwin
Seaman, Jr. wrote: On Tue, Jul 02, 2002 at 06:04:36PM -0700, Joel M. Baldwin wrote: Something has messed up natd. If I don't have the punch_fw option in the /etc/natd.conf file it eventuially core dumps with a bus error. I think this started JUST BEFORE the KSE commit. Yes, I've seen

Re: natd core dumping with bus error

2002-07-08 Thread Joel M. Baldwin
I'll have to ditto that. no ppp, just natd, and sysctl stuff is set as listed below. Without the punch-fw directive in /etc/natd.conf, natd will core dump. I just verified that without the directive it core dumps. The problem still exits. It isn't an instant dump, it runs for a while. --On

natd core dumping with bus error

2002-07-02 Thread Joel M. Baldwin
Something has messed up natd. If I don't have the punch_fw option in the /etc/natd.conf file it eventuially core dumps with a bus error. I think this started JUST BEFORE the KSE commit. /etc/natd.conf: ( note that this works. comment out the punch_fw option and it

can't make release - don't know how to make maninstall inusr.bin/strip

2002-04-28 Thread Joel M. Baldwin
I've been trying to do a 'make release' for a week or two and I keep getting the following error. I've cvsuped, make buildworld, make installworld, reboot, a number times hoping for it to work, but no go. Am I doing something wrong, or is there something that is yet to be fixed? su-2.05#

dev/usb/uhci.c is messed up again

2002-03-18 Thread Joel M. Baldwin
/usr/src/sys/dev/usb/uhci.c is messed up again for those of us that have the kernel compiled with UHCI_DEBUG. The following patch appears to get it to at least compile. problem summary: 1.) uhci_dump_ii is defined twice, starting at lines 805 and 920. 2.) a missing ; at the

Re: size of /usr/src

2002-01-16 Thread Joel M. Baldwin
My current /usr/src is 524M. That include 83M of kernel object files in /usr/src/sys/i386/compile from a couple of different kernel builds. /usr/obj which holds the object files from a buildworld is 460M. If you're going to do a full cvs repository then /home/ncvs on my system is 1391M.

Re: HEADS UP: -CURRENT switched from pam.conf to pam.d

2002-01-12 Thread Joel M. Baldwin
The convert script seems to have an error. su-2.05# perl -w /usr/src/etc/pam.d/convert.pl /etc/pam.conf /(\$FreeBSD: src/: unmatched () in regexp at /usr/src/etc/pam.d/convert.pl line 63. su-2.05# --On Saturday, January 12, 2002 3:09 PM +0100 Dag-Erling Smorgrav [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

sys/dev/usb/uhci.c needs patch to compile

2002-01-08 Thread Joel M. Baldwin
I've been having to apply the following patch to get a kernel compile to go through. The problem sees to be that when you have options UHCI_DEBUG AND options DIAGNOSTIC some conditional code gets added that trys to call uhci_dump_ii which isn't defined anywhere. Also on

Re: -CURRENT boot problems: loader, kernel

2001-11-09 Thread Joel M. Baldwin
So I'm not the only one having problems. . . FreeBSD/i386 bootstrap loader, Revision 1.0 ([EMAIL PROTECTED], Fri Nov 9 01:58:33 PST 2001) name not found Assert failed: (false), function ficlCompileSoftcore, file softcore.c, line 291 I got the system running by: booting up with a set of

miniperl not found error?

2000-09-14 Thread Joel M. Baldwin
okI give up! I've been getting this error for ages when doing a 'make depend' on the current tree and up to now I've just done a 'make -k' to get it to work. Whats the final solution so I don't have to do this? What stupid thing have I missed somewhere along the line. ===