Re: CloverEFIBoot (was Re: Call for Testing: UEFI Changes)

2018-04-11 Thread Pedro Giffuni
is a  different issue: https://wiki.freebsd.org/SecureBoot Cheers, Pedro. On Apr 11, 2018, at 12:04 PM, Ryan Stone <ryst...@gmail.com> wrote: On Wed, Apr 11, 2018 at 11:14 AM, Pedro Giffuni <p...@freebsd.org> wrote: Hi; FWIW, I use a very old PC of the type where t

Re: CloverEFIBoot (was Re: Call for Testing: UEFI Changes)

2018-04-11 Thread Pedro Giffuni
On 11/04/2018 11:04, Ryan Stone wrote: On Wed, Apr 11, 2018 at 11:14 AM, Pedro Giffuni <p...@freebsd.org> wrote: Hi; FWIW, I use a very old PC of the type where the processor will not be fixed by Intel and that still needs support for the traditional BIOS. I also bought a 3TB HD (the

CloverEFIBoot (was Re: Call for Testing: UEFI Changes)

2018-04-11 Thread Pedro Giffuni
Hi; FWIW, I use a very old PC of the type where the processor will not be fixed by Intel and that still needs support for the traditional BIOS. I also bought a 3TB HD (they were easier to find that 2T). If I leave the disk dedicated to FreeBSD it recognizes the complete 3TB and will happily

Re: reducing build times; selecting specific clang targets

2017-12-09 Thread Pedro Giffuni
Just my $0.02: On 12/09/17 02:50, Ed Schouten wrote: > Hi Michael, > > 2017-12-09 4:57 GMT+01:00 Michael Butler : >> As clang builds for multiple targets unconditionally, it takes *days* to >> build on one of my devices (700MHz Pentium-3). >> >> Is there a way to

ARM broken since a while

2017-11-25 Thread Pedro Giffuni
On 11/25/17 15:28, Pedro Giffuni wrote: ... I have seen problems on arm with zstd though. For the record: arm.armv6 buildworld failed, check _.arm.armv6.buildworld for details ===> lib/libzstd (all) Assertion failed: (LiveCPSR && "CPSR liveness tracking is wro

Re: head -r326193 (e.g.) buildworld broken: rejecting some . . ./usr/src/amd64.amd64/tmp/usr/include/stdio.h content

2017-11-25 Thread Pedro Giffuni
Thank you for the report ... On 11/25/17 15:15, Mark Millard wrote: [Quick top post:] Reverting to -r326192 and rebuilding avoided the issue. Prior notes: On 2017-Nov-25, at 12:02 PM, Mark Millard wrote: For example,

Re: localedef broken on current amd64

2017-03-09 Thread Pedro Giffuni
Yes, I am looking at it, I suspect there is an underlying bug but I will be reverting the latest change. Thank you, Pedro. On 3/9/2017 12:25 PM, Manfred Antar wrote: I rebuilt localedef on current this morning. doing a make buildworld: ===> colldef (all) localedef -D -U -i

Re: resolvconf Makefile RESTARTCMD sed after r312992

2017-02-03 Thread Pedro Giffuni
Committed as r313160. Thanks! Pedro. On 2/3/2017 3:24 AM, Guy Yur wrote: Hi, In openresolv 3.9.0, the only RESTARTCMD pattern left is @RESTARTCMD@. The '@RESTARTCMD something@' pattern was dropped from pdns_recursor.in. r312992 removed RESTARTCMD_WITH_ARG for @RESTARTCMD something@ but

Re: [RFC] remove GNU rcs from FreeBSD 12

2016-09-11 Thread Pedro Giffuni
+1 to removing GNU RCS. FWIW; I did bring OpenRCS to the vendor area: https://svnweb.freebsd.org/base/vendor/OpenBSD/dist/usr.bin/rcs/ And I have a patch so that it builds on FreeBSD: https://people.freebsd.org/~pfg/patches/openrcs.diff It is known to NOT pass the GNU RCS testsuite and I

Re: resolvconf needs @RESTARTCMD@ to be replaced after r303062

2016-07-31 Thread Pedro Giffuni
On 07/31/16 11:56, Guy Yur wrote: On Sun, Jul 31, 2016 at 5:46 AM, Pedro Giffuni <p...@freebsd.org> wrote: Index: sbin/resolvconf/Makefile === --- sbin/resolvconf/Makefile(revision 303557) +++ sbin/resolvconf/Ma

Re: resolvconf needs @RESTARTCMD@ to be replaced after r303062

2016-07-30 Thread Pedro Giffuni
On 07/30/16 21:35, Glen Barber wrote: ... I don't see the error message though. so I need some confirmation that this fixes the issue. Likewise, I do not see the error either, so would like definitive confirmation the patch resolves the issue. OK, I don't see the error message but I

Re: resolvconf needs @RESTARTCMD@ to be replaced after r303062

2016-07-30 Thread Pedro Giffuni
(CC'ing Glen for review, since he was the last to touch that file and may know better). Hi Guy; On 07/30/16 17:37, Guy Yur wrote: Hi, openresolv 3.8.1 added RESTARTCMD=@RESTARTCMD@ in contrib/openresolv/resolvconf.in. It is not replaced by the sed expressions in sbin/resolvconf/Makefile.

Re: clang 3.3/3.4 fails to build items that use stdlib.h because of __alloc_size attribute assigned to posix_memalign

2016-07-05 Thread Pedro Giffuni
Answering to myself On 07/05/16 15:24, Pedro Giffuni wrote: Hmm ... On 07/05/16 15:14, Conrad Meyer wrote: Whoops, missed reply-all the first time. It seems pretty clear that alloc_size (return value is a memory allocation of size from parameter N) does not apply to posix_memalign

Re: clang 3.3/3.4 fails to build items that use stdlib.h because of __alloc_size attribute assigned to posix_memalign

2016-07-05 Thread Pedro Giffuni
Hmm ... On 07/05/16 15:14, Conrad Meyer wrote: Whoops, missed reply-all the first time. It seems pretty clear that alloc_size (return value is a memory allocation of size from parameter N) does not apply to posix_memalign, because posix_memalign's allocation is stored via a pointer argument

Re: Patch from https://bugs.freebsd.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=179721 broke some application (xterm, pidign)

2016-06-09 Thread Pedro Giffuni
Hello Vitalij; Hello. After updating my system to 11.0-ALPHA2 #20 r301583 I'm found that at last some application is broken. here backtrace for xterm #0 0x0008022d48b4 in mbsrtowcs_l () from /lib/libc.so.7 [New Thread 804816000 (LWP 102346/)] (gdb) bt #0 0x0008022d48b4 in

Re: CURRENT: bhyve and Kernel SamePage Mergin

2016-06-08 Thread Pedro Giffuni
Hi oh; Nothing to worry: for good or bad, FreeBSD has no memory deduplication mechanism implemented. Pedro. ___ freebsd-current@freebsd.org mailing list https://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-current To unsubscribe, send any mail to

Re: CFR: extend use of nitems() macro in the kernel.

2016-04-21 Thread Pedro Giffuni
On 04/18/16 13:27, John Baldwin wrote: On Saturday, April 16, 2016 01:25:09 PM Pedro Giffuni wrote: Hello; Using coccinelle, and some hand re-formatting, I generated a patch to make use of the nitems() macro in sys, which is too big for phabricator [1]. I was careful to exclude anything

Re: CFR: extend use of nitems() macro in the kernel.

2016-04-18 Thread Pedro Giffuni
On 04/18/16 01:56, Hans Petter Selasky wrote: On 04/16/16 20:25, Pedro Giffuni wrote: M sys/dev/usb/input/ukbd.c M sys/dev/usb/serial/u3g.c M sys/dev/usb/serial/uchcom.c M sys/dev/usb/serial/umcs.c M sys/dev/usb/serial/uplcom.c Approved. Maybe you can remove

CFR: extend use of nitems() macro in the kernel.

2016-04-16 Thread Pedro Giffuni
Hello; Using coccinelle, and some hand re-formatting, I generated a patch to make use of the nitems() macro in sys, which is too big for phabricator [1]. I was careful to exclude anything from the contrib directory or any code that is shared with userland (as to not have to include additional

Re: lldb input issue

2016-03-06 Thread Pedro Giffuni
On 03/06/16 15:20, Pedro Giffuni wrote: El 06/03/2016 a las 15:05, Baptiste Daroussin escribió: On Sun, Mar 06, 2016 at 10:55:27PM +0300, Roman Bogorodskiy wrote: Baptiste Daroussin wrote: On Sun, Mar 06, 2016 at 07:44:34PM +0300, Roman Bogorodskiy wrote: Hi, I'm seeing an issue

Re: lldb input issue

2016-03-06 Thread Pedro Giffuni
El 06/03/2016 a las 15:05, Baptiste Daroussin escribió: On Sun, Mar 06, 2016 at 10:55:27PM +0300, Roman Bogorodskiy wrote: Baptiste Daroussin wrote: On Sun, Mar 06, 2016 at 07:44:34PM +0300, Roman Bogorodskiy wrote: Hi, I'm seeing an issue with lldb: when I start it (without arguments)

Re: DDB patches

2015-11-20 Thread Pedro Giffuni
On 11/20/15 08:54, Dan Partelly wrote: Hi Pedro, I think you confuse blackmailing with something much simpler and pragmatic. One needs to asses how things work in your project for real before investing too much time. A template for blackmailing is usually in the form: "I will do this

Re: DDB patches

2015-11-20 Thread Pedro Giffuni
On 11/20/2015 11:28 AM, Dan Partelly wrote: A template for blackmailing is usually in the form: "I will do this (usually involving saving the world and/or your evidently miserable life) but first you will have to do this (unrelated) thing to see that you are worthy.” It is interesting how

Re: DDB patches

2015-11-19 Thread Pedro Giffuni
Hello; > Il giorno 19/nov/2015, alle ore 02:34, Dan Partelly > ha scritto: > > Hey Pedro, > > some times ago you got some DDB patches from me in which I added relational > ops support from it. The patch was a bit clobbered, > but last I know you cleaned it up and put

Re: DDB patches

2015-11-19 Thread Pedro Giffuni
icularly NOT interested in code where the original contributor will walk away as soon as he/she receives criticism or has plans that do not match ours. If this is not your ideal workflow … fork your own BSD, a lot of intelligent people do just that. Pedro. > > Dan > > > >> On 19 Nov

Re: Need help fixing failing locale tests

2015-11-15 Thread Pedro Giffuni
FWIW; While I personally don’t use it, Latin is the official language for the Holy See [1]. I think it is still taught in schools in Italy for cultural reasons and because it’s supposed to make easier to learn other “romance” languages. It shouldn't hurt to keep it but I have no strong opinion.

Re: r288669 breaks ports building with USE_GCC=yes

2015-11-08 Thread Pedro Giffuni
Hi Gerald; > Il giorno 08/nov/2015, alle ore 19:00, Gerald Pfeifer ha > scritto: > > On Tue, 13 Oct 2015, Justin Hibbits wrote: >> As Antoine mentioned, the problem is that lang/gcc does not have this >> patch. USE_GCC uses lang/gcc, not lang/gcc48. So lang/gcc needs to

Re: [CFT] Unicode collation string and reworked locale definitions

2015-11-03 Thread Pedro Giffuni
Hi Baptiste; > Il giorno 03/nov/2015, alle ore 02:17, Baptiste Daroussin <b...@freebsd.org> > ha scritto: > > On Mon, Nov 02, 2015 at 06:59:15PM -0500, Pedro Giffuni wrote: >> First of all, congratulations to Baptiste and Marino for succeeding where >> I failed ma

Re: [CFT] Unicode collation string and reworked locale definitions

2015-11-03 Thread Pedro Giffuni
Hello; > Il giorno 03/nov/2015, alle ore 10:52, Wolfgang Jenkner <wjenk...@inode.at> > ha scritto: > > On Tue, Nov 03 2015, Pedro Giffuni wrote: > >> What worries me about libtre is that it lacks important functionality like >> word >> delimite

Re: [CFT] Unicode collation string and reworked locale definitions

2015-11-02 Thread Pedro Giffuni
First of all, congratulations to Baptiste and Marino for succeeding where I failed many moons ago. Also huge thanks to Nexenta and Garret D’Amore for relicensing localedef for us. Concerning regex; Gabor@ did a lot of work on libtre but according to him it was not up to the task performancewise.

Re: r288669 breaks ports building with USE_GCC=yes

2015-10-13 Thread Pedro Giffuni
Hi; On 10/12/2015 8:28 PM, Justin Hibbits wrote: Hi Pedro, ... This is on powerpc64. I see the patch has been there for 16 months, but for some reason, the /usr/local/bin/gcc48 doesn't contain the patch. I ran `strings` on the binary, and it has the following string:

Re: r288669 breaks ports building with USE_GCC=yes

2015-10-13 Thread Pedro Giffuni
On 10/13/2015 9:59 AM, Justin Hibbits wrote: Hi Pedro, ... As Antoine mentioned, the problem is that lang/gcc does not have this patch. USE_GCC uses lang/gcc, not lang/gcc48. So lang/gcc needs to be updated. I see now. FWIW, I installed gcc48 and then I added USE_GCC= yes to the port.

Re: r288669 breaks ports building with USE_GCC=yes

2015-10-12 Thread Pedro Giffuni
Hello; On 12/10/2015 02:56 p.m., Justin Hibbits wrote: The default ports gcc for USE_GCC is still 4.8, which does not support -fstack-protector-strong. This breaks several ports including (from my poudriere run): libfpx and qt4-sqlite3-plugin. - Justin r288669 only applies to base. It was

Re: r288669 breaks ports building with USE_GCC=yes

2015-10-12 Thread Pedro Giffuni
Hi again; On 12/10/2015 03:16 p.m., Pedro Giffuni wrote: Hello; On 12/10/2015 02:56 p.m., Justin Hibbits wrote: The default ports gcc for USE_GCC is still 4.8, which does not support -fstack-protector-strong. This breaks several ports including (from my poudriere run): libfpx and qt4-sqlite3

Re: r288669 breaks ports building with USE_GCC=yes

2015-10-12 Thread Pedro Giffuni
(CCing Gerald as this may involve a g++ bug as well.) Hello; On 12/10/2015 03:33 p.m., Justin Hibbits wrote: Hi Pedro, On Mon, Oct 12, 2015 at 3:28 PM, Pedro Giffuni <p...@freebsd.org> wrote: Hi again; On 12/10/2015 03:16 p.m., Pedro Giffuni wrote: Hello; On 12/10/2015 02:56 p.m.,

Re: r288669 breaks ports building with USE_GCC=yes

2015-10-12 Thread Pedro Giffuni
On 10/12/2015 3:33 PM, Justin Hibbits wrote: Hi Pedro, On Mon, Oct 12, 2015 at 3:28 PM, Pedro Giffuni <p...@freebsd.org> wrote: Hi again; On 12/10/2015 03:16 p.m., Pedro Giffuni wrote: Hello; On 12/10/2015 02:56 p.m., Justin Hibbits wrote: The default ports gcc for USE_GCC is sti

CFR: a new __unreachable() builtin

2015-05-13 Thread Pedro Giffuni
Hello; I am looking at the cdefs in other BSDs hoping to avoid adopting the same definitions with incompatible names and I noticed NetBSD is using a new __builtin_unreachable (void) function from gcc 4.6: https://gcc.gnu.org/onlinedocs/gcc/Other-Builtins.html Apparently it was interesting

Re: [RFC] Replace gnu groff in base by heirloom doctools

2015-05-13 Thread Pedro Giffuni
+1 Great idea. Pedro. ___ freebsd-current@freebsd.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-current To unsubscribe, send any mail to freebsd-current-unsubscr...@freebsd.org

Re: What to do about RCS/OpenRCS

2015-05-09 Thread Pedro Giffuni
On 05/08/15 15:59, Davide Italiano wrote: On Fri, May 8, 2015 at 1:34 PM, Pedro Giffuni p...@freebsd.org wrote: Hi; I guess I see the following options: 1) Just leave GNU RCS in the tree. 2) Improve OpenRCS so it can be swapped in. 3) Remove RCS dependencies from other parts

Re: What to do about RCS/OpenRCS

2015-05-08 Thread Pedro Giffuni
Hi; On 08/05/2015 10:44 a.m., John Baldwin wrote: On Thursday, May 07, 2015 04:18:38 PM NGie Cooper wrote: On Thu, May 7, 2015 at 1:38 PM, Pedro Giffuni p...@freebsd.org wrote: Hello; On 05/07/15 14:56, Lyndon Nerenberg wrote: On Thu, 7 May 2015, Pedro Giffuni wrote: Unfortunately I don't

What to do about RCS/OpenRCS

2015-05-07 Thread Pedro Giffuni
Hello; Some of you might recall that right before 10.0-Release there was a painful attempt to remove GNU RCS from the base system. From my point of view, the lessons learned from that were: -A lot more people than you might think find it useful to have a small version control system for thing

Re: What to do about RCS/OpenRCS

2015-05-07 Thread Pedro Giffuni
Il giorno 08/mag/2015, alle ore 00:26, Doug Brewer brewer.d...@gmail.com ha scritto: On Thu, May 07, 2015 at 04:18:38PM -0700, NGie Cooper wrote: On Thu, May 7, 2015 at 1:38 PM, Pedro Giffuni p...@freebsd.org mailto:p...@freebsd.org wrote: Hello; On 05/07/15 14:56

Re: What to do about RCS/OpenRCS

2015-05-07 Thread Pedro Giffuni
Hello; On 05/07/15 14:56, Lyndon Nerenberg wrote: On Thu, 7 May 2015, Pedro Giffuni wrote: Unfortunately I don't use RCS enough (it looks like I should though) so I am not in a good position to take the next step and deal with any fallout it may produce. If we can have a build-knob

Re: [Heads up] : You may need to update your gcc ports.

2015-04-21 Thread Pedro Giffuni
On 04/21/15 12:43, Bryan Drewery wrote: On 4/5/2015 2:10 PM, Pedro Giffuni wrote: I don't know if someone is keeping up-to-date packages for -current but I will hold the headers update for a while to help such cases. We build head packages _at least_ once a week. Currently we always update

[Heads up] : You may need to update your gcc ports.

2015-04-05 Thread Pedro Giffuni
Hello; I was going to add this to the UPDATING file but this file is not meant for changes affecting ports so here it goes instead: 20150415: Our libc headers are starting to use gcc-style attributes to hint the compiler about probable optimizations or errors. Unfortunately

Re: [Heads up] : You may need to update your gcc ports.

2015-04-05 Thread Pedro Giffuni
On 04/05/15 13:00, Aryeh Friedman wrote: On Sun, Apr 5, 2015 at 1:39 PM, Pedro Giffuni p...@freebsd.org wrote: Hello; I was going to add this to the UPDATING file but this file is not meant for changes affecting ports so here it goes instead: 20150415: Our libc headers are starting

[CFT] Remove NIS

2015-02-21 Thread Pedro Giffuni
Eh ... No, I am not planning to remove NIS, au contraire, but now that I got your attention ... We have a couple of long standing (2001) NIS-related issues with patches and I am willing to do something about it. Please test: https://bugs.freebsd.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=26486

Re: Call for testing: elftoolchain tools

2014-12-18 Thread Pedro Giffuni
FWIW, A nice testing procedure, or even a pet project if generalized, would be to test the tools with a fuzzer like security/afl. Apparently the GNU binutils and Fedora elfutils developers having doing that [1]. Regards, Pedro. [1]

NPF (was Re: Future of pf / firewall in FreeBSD ? - does it have one ?)

2014-07-21 Thread Pedro Giffuni
FWIW, and while I still wonder why we need three packet filters … There is yet another firewall implementation in NetBSD: http://www.netbsd.org/~rmind/npf/ It seems to be more portable, it is thought with SMP-friendliness in mind and according to a EuroBSDCon talk ports for FreeBSD and Illumos

CFR - fflush() behaviour change

2014-07-18 Thread Pedro Giffuni
Hi; Out of curiosity I took a peek at Apple's libc and generated some diffs against the libc in FreeBSD's 8. Most of the changes are not relevant to FreeBSD anymore as we have grown alternative implementations for things like xlocale. Nevertheless, there are still some small things to look

Re: [CFT] ASLR, PIE, and segvguard on 11-current and 10-stable

2014-05-23 Thread Pedro Giffuni
(Dropped the cross-posting, which *is* frowned upon) While I do very much appreciate this work being done, and I agree we should have it in the tree, I would really prefer it opt-in rather opt-out, at least initially. I know this may very well be the subject of a bikeshed of historical

Re: svn 260311 breaks gcc builds on releng9 ?

2014-01-17 Thread Pedro Giffuni
Hello Luigi; On 17.01.2014 15:18, Luigi Rizzo wrote: Hi, I am seeing an odd problem which seems to be triggered by svn260311 I have two machines running snapshots of stable/9 from last fall (one 255898 sep.26, the other 258126 nov.14). All is amd64 Build a recent head (260311 and newer) with

Re: svn 260311 breaks gcc builds on releng9 ?

2014-01-17 Thread Pedro Giffuni
On 17.01.2014 16:07, Luigi Rizzo wrote: On Fri, Jan 17, 2014 at 12:50 PM, Pedro Giffuni p...@freebsd.org mailto:p...@freebsd.org wrote: Hello Luigi; On 17.01.2014 15:18, Luigi Rizzo wrote: Hi, I am seeing an odd problem which seems to be triggered

Re: gcc in -current broken

2013-11-23 Thread Pedro Giffuni
On 23.11.2013 22:23, Michael Butler wrote: -BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 After SVN r258501, I get .. === gnu/usr.bin/cc/cc1 (all) - --- cc1-dummy --- cc -O2 -pipe -DGCCVER=\4.2\ -DIN_GCC -DHAVE_CONFIG_H - -DPREFIX=\/usr/obj/usr/src/tmp/usr\ -

Re: [head tinderbox] failure on amd64/amd64

2013-11-14 Thread Pedro Giffuni
On 14.11.2013 13:42, Sean Bruno wrote: [...] c++ -O2 -pipe -Qunused-arguments -fstack-protector -Wsystem-headers -Werror -Wno-empty-body -Wno-string-plus-int -Wno-tautological-compare -Wno-unused-value -Wno-parentheses-equality -Wno-unused-function -Wno-conversion -Wno-switch

Re: bsd patch regression?

2013-08-27 Thread Pedro Giffuni
Hi Sean; El 27/08/2013 5:58 p. m., Sean Bruno escribió: Colin generated a patch for xen things that does some pretty typical behavior. bsdpatch really didn't handle it well and rejected some things and flat out refused to create sys/modules/xenhvm/Makefile for me.

Re: [Heads up] BSD-licensed patch becoming the default RSN.

2013-07-27 Thread Pedro Giffuni
On 26.07.2013 23:11, Jan Beich wrote: Pedro Giffuni writes: Now, just some food for thought, but if you are unsure your patch applies cleanly, why would you choose to use the -s (silent) option? Because by default patch(1) is overly verbose. At first, I'm only interested if a patch applies

Re: [Heads up] BSD-licensed patch becoming the default RSN.

2013-07-27 Thread Pedro Giffuni
OK; On further revision ... On 26.07.2013 20:01, Jan Beich wrote: bsdpatch doesn't list files of the failed hunks with -C and -s option. This may be less convenient if you edit a patch directly rather than regen it after polluting the tree. $ patch -CEfsp0 -i /path/to/varsym.diff 1 out of 1

[Heads up] BSD-licensed patch becoming the default RSN.

2013-07-26 Thread Pedro Giffuni
Hello; After an exp-run it was found that only two ports presented regressions with the new BSD-licensed patch derived from Open/DragonFly BSD. The issue was related to some patch level detection the previous GNU patch has and the new patch lacks. Otherwise both versions are basically

Re: [Heads up] BSD-licensed patch becoming the default RSN.

2013-07-26 Thread Pedro Giffuni
Hi Jan; El 26/07/2013 8:01 p. m., Jan Beich escribió: bsdpatch doesn't list files of the failed hunks with -C and -s option. This may be less convenient if you edit a patch directly rather than regen it after polluting the tree. $ patch -CEfsp0 -i /path/to/varsym.diff 1 out of 1 hunks failed 1

Re: poudriere problems with fuse?

2013-07-24 Thread Pedro Giffuni
Hi; El 24/07/2013 1:22 p. m., Adrian Chadd escribió: Hi Pedro, Bapt tells me that there are FUSE issues in the most recent -HEAD and it's stopping poudriere from running. What's the story here? I reverted all my birthtime changes, the remaining change is only a header update from upstream

Re: poudriere problems with fuse?

2013-07-24 Thread Pedro Giffuni
On 24.07.2013 13:34, Baptiste Daroussin wrote: On Wed, Jul 24, 2013 at 11:22:57AM -0700, Adrian Chadd wrote: Hi Pedro, Bapt tells me that there are FUSE issues in the most recent -HEAD and it's stopping poudriere from running. Nah poudriere does not use yet fuse :) What's the story here? I

Re: poudriere problems with fuse?

2013-07-24 Thread Pedro Giffuni
On 24.07.2013 14:07, Baptiste Daroussin wrote: On Wed, Jul 24, 2013 at 01:55:21PM -0500, Pedro Giffuni wrote: On 24.07.2013 13:34, Baptiste Daroussin wrote: On Wed, Jul 24, 2013 at 11:22:57AM -0700, Adrian Chadd wrote: Hi Pedro, Bapt tells me that there are FUSE issues in the most recent

Re: FUSE not work.

2013-07-24 Thread Pedro Giffuni
On 24.07.2013 13:49, Baptiste Daroussin wrote: ... Yes fuse in base is broken since r248084 downgrade sys/fs/fuse to that version and it will work, I'm investigating. What I fix is the umount umounting all the FS. regards, Bapt Forgot to say r248084 is the last working revision. Sorry for

Re: FUSE not work.

2013-07-20 Thread Pedro Giffuni
On 19.07.2013 23:42, Kevin Oberman wrote: ... fuse is at least partly broken in -current. I discovered that if you mount two devices that use fuse, when you umount any of them, ll are marked as not mounted and disappear from df(1) or mount(8) output, but only one is actually cleanly

Re: FUSE not work.

2013-07-19 Thread Pedro Giffuni
Hello; The internal data structures in the FUSE kernel module have been updated to be more compatible with MacFUSE and the linux FUSE. This basically measn you have to rebuild your fuse modules (including NTFS). We should not really update the FUSE_KERNEL_MINOR_VERSION yet. I will add a note

Re: FUSE not work.

2013-07-19 Thread Pedro Giffuni
(re-posting since the original response didn't make it through) On 19.07.2013 10:29, Alexander Panyushkin wrote: 19.07.2013 17:36, Pedro Giffuni пишет: Hello; The internal data structures in the FUSE kernel module have been updated to be more compatible with MacFUSE and the linux FUSE

Re: FUSE not work.

2013-07-19 Thread Pedro Giffuni
On 19.07.2013 12:07, Alexander Panyushkin wrote: 19.07.2013 19:42, Pedro Giffuni пишет: (re-posting since the original response didn't make it through) On 19.07.2013 10:29, Alexander Panyushkin wrote: 19.07.2013 17:36, Pedro Giffuni пишет: Hello; The internal data structures in the FUSE

Re: (follow-up) Stale NFS file handle for NFS exported UFS from r252435

2013-07-10 Thread Pedro Giffuni
Hello guys; Thank for finding this, however ... On 10.07.2013 08:53, Claude Buisson wrote: On 07/10/2013 14:32, Claude Buisson wrote: Hi, Upgrading a CURRENT amd64 pure UFS system (watson) from r249744 to r253007, I have hit the following: claude@zorglub$ mount_nfs watson:/home /mnt

Re: (follow-up) Stale NFS file handle for NFS exported UFS from r252435

2013-07-10 Thread Pedro Giffuni
On 10.07.2013 10:16, Claude Buisson wrote: On 07/10/2013 17:05, Pedro Giffuni wrote: Hello guys; Thank for finding this, however ... snip While I understand this change caused the issue and I am willing to revert it, I think the problem is actually in NFS. At least ext2/3/4 and fuse (so

Re: (follow-up) Stale NFS file handle for NFS exported UFS from r252435

2013-07-10 Thread Pedro Giffuni
On 10.07.2013 10:16, Claude Buisson wrote: On 07/10/2013 17:05, Pedro Giffuni wrote: Hello guys; Thank for finding this, however ... snip While I understand this change caused the issue and I am willing to revert it, I think the problem is actually in NFS. At least ext2/3/4 and fuse (so

Problem loading a kld on i386

2013-06-09 Thread Pedro Giffuni
Hello; I just built a recent kernel in an i386 virtualbox VM and when trying to load the ext2fs module I get this: #kldload ext2fs link_elf_lookup_symbol: corrupt symbol table link_elf_lookup_symbol: corrupt symbol table link_elf: symbol __moddi3 undefined kldload: can't load ext2fs: No such

Re: DTrace gone quiet?

2013-04-16 Thread Pedro Giffuni
Hello; Yes, I was indeed going to post that the culprit is this change from Illumos: 3026 libdtrace should set LD_NOLAZYLOAD=1 to help the pid provider It is an upstream hack for the Solaris ld that they bundled among many changes. I will see how to revert only the part that gives problems.

Re: DTrace gone quiet?

2013-04-16 Thread Pedro Giffuni
On 04/16/13 15:54, Mark Johnston wrote: On Tue, Apr 16, 2013 at 12:57:08PM -0700, Navdeep Parhar wrote: I just upgraded my kernel and userspace to head (r249552) and I notice that DTrace doesn't output anything until I hit ctrl-c. All previous hits on the probe appear lost. For example: #

Re: Please test upcoming DTrace port mod_usdt for apache22

2013-04-16 Thread Pedro Giffuni
On 04/16/13 15:55, Olli Hauer wrote: Hi, I've created together with Pedro Giffuni (pfg@) a new DTrace apache port (www/mod_usdt). We are interested in getting some more test results from DTrace and apache users. A complete description is here: http://dtrace.org/blogs/dap/2011/12/13/usdt

Dtrace status - material for someone's TODO list.

2013-02-04 Thread Pedro Giffuni
Hello; Last year I did an attempt to merge some of the changes from illumos' Dtrace into FreeBSD. I don't use Dtrace a lot, so this was done mainly for fun. In general, merging changes from Illumos was pretty straightforward; just a matter of readapting the paths to match our layout. I was

[CFT] WITH_BSD_PATCH

2013-01-29 Thread Pedro Giffuni
(Not sure the first announcement made it - Sorry if you get this twice) Fellow FreeBSD developers; As many of you may have noticed as of r246074 we have a new version of patch(1) in the tree! The brief history is this: - Larry Wall developed the first patch(1) implementation which was taken

Re: ctfconvert again

2013-01-14 Thread Pedro Giffuni
So I updated my FreeBSD machine to 9.1-RELEASE in the hope of getting past the ctfconvert problem that causes a build of 10-CURRENT to say: ERROR: ctfconvert: failed to initialize DWARF: Unimplemented code at [dwarf_init_attr(400)] while compiling every kernel source file. Then I checked out

Re: new DragonFly-3.2 scheduler and PostgreSQL comparision with FreeBSD 9.1-RC1

2012-10-13 Thread Pedro Giffuni
Hello; On 10/13/2012 13:38, Jakub Lach wrote: I'm not at all up to date with DragonFly, so does anybody know what did they change so spectacularly between 3.0/3.2? I stopped following Dragonfly a while ago but it seems like it was some VM SMP related work:

Re: new DragonFly-3.2 scheduler and PostgreSQL comparision with FreeBSD 9.1-RC1

2012-10-13 Thread Pedro Giffuni
Actually ... On 10/13/2012 13:38, Jakub Lach wrote: I'm not at all up to date with DragonFly, so does anybody know what did they change so spectacularly between 3.0/3.2? Their explanation of the changes is here: http://www.shiningsilence.com/dbsdlog/2012/09/19/10403.html Cheers, Pedro.

Re: Call for bge(4) testers

2012-09-14 Thread Pedro Giffuni
Success !!! It fixed kern/169634 for me. If still possible it should be pushed into 9.1-RELEASE. Thank you so much for working on this! Pedro. On 09/14/2012 16:27, YongHyeon PYUN wrote: All, There were lots of reports that stock bge(4) does not work on Dell Rx20/HP DL 360 G8. With the

Re: Clang as default compiler November 4th

2012-09-11 Thread Pedro Giffuni
Hello;   Just my $0.02.   - Original Message -  ... Can you, please, read what I wrote ? Fixing _ports_ to compile with clang is plain wrong. Upstream developers use gcc almost always for development and testing. Establishing another constant cost on the porting work puts burden on the

[RFT] Some updates to libc/rpc

2012-08-29 Thread Pedro Giffuni
Hello; The Bull NFS4 for linux project took our RPC support from libc and did some enhancements on it for a while. The libraries have been diverging extensively and many of the changes are linux specific. The complete log of their changes is here:

[CFT] Some updates to libc/rpc (second try)

2012-08-29 Thread Pedro Giffuni
(Second try with a more benign mailer) Hello; A while back the Bull NFS4 for linux project took our RPC support from libcand did some enhancements on it. The libraries have been diverging extensively and many of the changes are linux specific. The complete log of their changes is here:

MS Hyper-v for FreeBSD announced

2012-08-10 Thread Pedro Giffuni
Hi guys, Yesterday, per chance, I had the idea of looking up what the status of the Hyper-V drivers was and I found the announcement: http://blogs.technet.com/b/openness/archive/2012/08/09/available-today-freebsd-support-for-windows-server-hyper-v.aspx  The announcement is much easier to find

Re: MPSAFE VFS -- List of upcoming actions

2012-08-01 Thread Pedro Giffuni
Hi; Just thought I'd share a link for the fuse-xfs project (for MacFUSE);  http://sourceforge.net/projects/fusexfs/ It's read-only so maybe it can be considered a feature compatible replacement of our kernel driver ;). cheers, Pedro. ps. I added it to the WantedPorts wiki so it won't be

libedit : feel like obsoleting el_data_get/set

2012-07-19 Thread Pedro Giffuni
Hello; In my attempt to update libedit and make it somewhat more in line with NetBSD's code I found we added two private functions: el_data_get and el_data_set: http://svnweb.freebsd.org/base?view=revisionrevision=50070  According to OpenGrok we are not using those functions at all, plus we 

Re: [CFT] Add -Wbounded to gcc

2012-07-11 Thread Pedro Giffuni
--- Mer 11/7/12, Dimitry Andric d...@freebsd.org ha scritto: ... Does it catch any really interesting bound overruns? Nah .. I arrived to the conclusion that it's not really worth it :). If the number of false positives is very large, then it generally isn't worth the pain.  Or the

[CFT] Add -Wbounded to gcc

2012-07-10 Thread Pedro Giffuni
Hello; I have a patch from OpenBSD that adds -Wbounded to gcc: http://people.freebsd.org/~pfg/patches/patch-gcc-bounded Unfortunately it breaks world, or at least binutils, at this time: _ ... cc1: warnings being treated as errors peigen.c: In function '_bfd_pei_swap_aux_in':

Re: Why NOT using FreeBSD? Re: ports/169581: editors/libreoffice:

2012-07-04 Thread Pedro Giffuni
Just IMHO; --- Mer 4/7/12, Doug Barton do...@freebsd.org ha scritto: ... This is not what I expect from quality securing! It is simply a mess and definitely another reason and point for the thread Why NOT using FreeBSD. sure libreoffice is so easy to port... /me officially gives

Re: [HEADS-UP] BSD sort is the default sort in -CURRENT

2012-06-27 Thread Pedro Giffuni
--- Mer 27/6/12, Doug Barton do...@freebsd.org ha scritto: ... I believe we do not make this kind of work with any vendor code that is being updated in the base; Au contraire, we frequently avoid updating the old versions of things we have in the base precisely because they are not

Re: [HEADS-UP] BSD sort is the default sort in -CURRENT

2012-06-27 Thread Pedro Giffuni
--- Mer 27/6/12, Doug Barton do...@freebsd.org ha scritto: ... Nope. I would think only the maintainer of the package has the authority to make any request in the lines of being bug-for-bug compatible You have a seriously wrong idea of maintainer. The community owns the software,

Re: [RFT] llquantize for FreeBSD's dtrace

2012-06-26 Thread Pedro Giffuni
--- Mar 26/6/12, Mark Peek m...@freebsd.org ha scritto: It's a different assertion. Probably some difference between Solaris and BSD. this is very useful, thanks! Try this, change the assert on line 1429 in file dt_cc.c from: assert(!(arg (UINT16_MAX args[i].shift))); to

Re: [RFT] llquantize for FreeBSD's dtrace

2012-06-26 Thread Pedro Giffuni
--- Mar 26/6/12, Fabian Keil freebsd-lis...@fabiankeil.de ha scritto: Pedro Giffuni p...@freebsd.org wrote: --- Mar 26/6/12, Mark Peek m...@freebsd.org ha scritto: Try this, change the assert on line 1429 in file dt_cc.c from: assert(!(arg (UINT16_MAX args[i].shift

Re: [RFT] llquantize for FreeBSD's dtrace

2012-06-23 Thread Pedro Giffuni
Hello Fabian; --- Sab 23/6/12, Fabian Keil ha scritto: Pedro Giffuni p...@freebsd.org wrote: I am not a Dtrace user (yet) but I started to port the Log/linear quantizations from Illumos: http://dtrace.org/blogs/bmc/2011/02/08/llquantize/ Apparently this patch should do

Re: [RFT] llquantize for FreeBSD's dtrace

2012-06-23 Thread Pedro Giffuni
--- Sab 23/6/12, Fabian Keil freebsd-lis...@fabiankeil.de ha scritto: ... My suggestion would be to instead try using the test scripts in cddl/contrib/opensolaris/cmd/dtrace/test/tst/common/llquantize/ err.D_LLQUANT_FACTORSMALL.d (for example) has @ = llquantize(0, 1, 0, 10,

[RFT] llquantize for FreeBSD's dtrace

2012-06-22 Thread Pedro Giffuni
Hello; I am not a Dtrace user (yet) but I started to port the Log/linear quantizations from Illumos: http://dtrace.org/blogs/bmc/2011/02/08/llquantize/ Apparently this patch should do it: http://people.freebsd.org/~pfg/patches/patch-llquantize-complete Unfortunately when I tried to build

Re: Why Are You NOT Using FreeBSD?

2012-06-04 Thread Pedro Giffuni
FWIW; --- Lun 4/6/12, Jakub Lach jakub_l...@mailplus.pl ha scritto: I'm not (only) pointing finger and whining, but maybe PC-BSD could relegate someone permanently to help you with libreoffice, if indeed desktop is so important to them? I am aware that PC-BSD has been indeed providing

Re: Why Are You NOT Using FreeBSD?

2012-06-04 Thread Pedro Giffuni
--- Lun 4/6/12, Jakub Lach jakub_l...@mailplus.pl ha scritto: ... I personally do not care if it will be LibreOffice or Apache OpenOffice as long as it's working and not pulling in KDE4/QT4/GTK (most people/linux distros are abandoning OO for Libre though it appears), but if human

Re: GCC update for testing

2012-05-18 Thread Pedro Giffuni
On 05/18/12 02:08, Gleb Kurtsou wrote: On (17/05/2012 10:44), Pedro Giffuni wrote: Hi; I took a bunch of patches that were merged into the GCC 4.1 branch (under GPLv2) and prepared a patch for merging them into our base gcc. These are supposed to be bug fixes only. You can get the patch here

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