Re: Automated submission of kernel panic reports: sysutils/panicmail

2013-11-05 Thread Thomas Mueller
from Mark Felder: Question that arises is how does the system know where to send the email, and through what SMTP server, especially if panicmail_autosubmit=YES. Every computer on the planet has the capability of being able to send email directly without an SMTP server. The only question

Re: Automated submission of kernel panic reports: sysutils/panicmail

2013-11-05 Thread John Baldwin
On Monday, November 04, 2013 4:29:27 pm Colin Percival wrote: On 11/04/13 04:49, Alfred Perlstein wrote: Colin, have you had a few minutes to check out the crash reporting facilities in FreeNAS? Yes. The reason I ask is that: 1) we would like to share code. 2) we have this

Re: Automated submission of kernel panic reports: sysutils/panicmail

2013-11-05 Thread Colin Percival
On 11/05/13 09:27, John Baldwin wrote: One of my previous employers maintained a database of panics and I added ways to recognize known panics and tag them. I ended up relying a lot on stack trace details from specific OS versions to mark a panic as an instance of a specific bug. Also, you

Automated submission of kernel panic reports: sysutils/panicmail

2013-11-04 Thread Colin Percival
Hi all, After considerable review on freebsd-hackers (thanks dt71 and jilles!) I have now added sysutils/panicmail to the FreeBSD ports tree. If you install this and add panicmail_enable=YES to your /etc/rc.conf, a panic report will be generated and sent to root@ for you to review and

Re: Automated submission of kernel panic reports: sysutils/panicmail

2013-11-04 Thread Bob Bishop
Hi, On 4 Nov 2013, at 10:41, Colin Percival wrote: Hi all, After considerable review on freebsd-hackers (thanks dt71 and jilles!) I have now added sysutils/panicmail to the FreeBSD ports tree. [etc] Nice. Is this applicable to all supported branches? -- Bob Bishop r...@gid.co.uk

Re: Automated submission of kernel panic reports: sysutils/panicmail

2013-11-04 Thread Colin Percival
On 11/04/13 02:47, Bob Bishop wrote: On 4 Nov 2013, at 10:41, Colin Percival wrote: After considerable review on freebsd-hackers (thanks dt71 and jilles!) I have now added sysutils/panicmail to the FreeBSD ports tree. [etc] Nice. Is this applicable to all supported branches? Yes... the code

Re: Automated submission of kernel panic reports: sysutils/panicmail

2013-11-04 Thread Alfred Perlstein
On 11/4/13, 2:41 AM, Colin Percival wrote: Hi all, After considerable review on freebsd-hackers (thanks dt71 and jilles!) I have now added sysutils/panicmail to the FreeBSD ports tree. If you install this and add panicmail_enable=YES to your /etc/rc.conf, a panic report will be

Re: Automated submission of kernel panic reports: sysutils/panicmail

2013-11-04 Thread dt71
Colin Percival wrote, On 11/04/2013 11:41: After considerable review on freebsd-hackers (thanks dt71 and jilles!) I have now added sysutils/panicmail to the FreeBSD ports tree. The pkesh script is probably still in need of a big review (S00N(TM)...).

Re: Automated submission of kernel panic reports: sysutils/panicmail

2013-11-04 Thread Colin Percival
On 11/04/13 10:49, d...@gmx.com wrote: Colin Percival wrote, On 11/04/2013 11:41: After considerable review on freebsd-hackers (thanks dt71 and jilles!) I have now added sysutils/panicmail to the FreeBSD ports tree. The pkesh script is probably still in need of a big review (S00N(TM)...).

Re: Automated submission of kernel panic reports: sysutils/panicmail

2013-11-04 Thread Colin Percival
On 11/04/13 04:49, Alfred Perlstein wrote: Colin, have you had a few minutes to check out the crash reporting facilities in FreeNAS? Yes. The reason I ask is that: 1) we would like to share code. 2) we have this running for a few months now and have a huge corpus of information. 3)

Re: Automated submission of kernel panic reports: sysutils/panicmail

2013-11-04 Thread Thomas Mueller
Hi all, After considerable review on freebsd-hackers (thanks dt71 and jilles!) I have now added sysutils/panicmail to the FreeBSD ports tree. If you install this and add panicmail_enable=YES to your /etc/rc.conf, a panic report will be generated and sent to root@ for you

Re: Automated submission of kernel panic reports: sysutils/panicmail

2013-11-04 Thread Mark Felder
On Mon, Nov 4, 2013, at 20:26, Thomas Mueller wrote: Hi all, After considerable review on freebsd-hackers (thanks dt71 and jilles!) I have now added sysutils/panicmail to the FreeBSD ports tree. If you install this and add panicmail_enable=YES to your

Re: Automated submission of kernel panic reports: sysutils/panicmail

2013-11-04 Thread Colin Percival
On 11/04/13 18:26, Thomas Mueller wrote: Question that arises is how does the system know where to send the email, and through what SMTP server, especially if panicmail_autosubmit=YES. The code assumes that your system knows how to deliver email. An out-of-the-box FreeBSD install has sendmail