Re: place of logfile for cron (PR 7682) - move it?

1999-06-26 Thread Mikhail Teterin
Nick Hibma once wrote: It seems that no one really has any objections to moving the log file. These would the locations to change(find | grep /var/log) src/usr.sbin/cron/cron/config.h src/usr.sbin/cron/doc/CHANGES (src/usr.sbin/cron/doc/CHANGES.FreeBSD a la xntpd?) src/etc/Makefile

Re: Dirty pages low memory hangs with mmap

1999-07-08 Thread Mikhail Teterin
Stephen Hocking-Senior Programmer PGS Tensor Perth once wrote: I've been seeing an interesting problem when doing a make installworld on a 486 with 16MB of memory. Immediately after installing libc.so.3, it will hang. Happened to me here today on Pentium 90 with 64Mb of RAM. It was

New NVidia drivers on -current

2002-11-17 Thread Mikhail Teterin
Has anyone tried them yet? After removing the #error triggered by __FreeBSD_version being over 50, I got the thing nvidia.ko to build, but: 00:50:30 aldan shutdown: reboot by root: New world, kernel. Nvidia drivers 00:56:12 aldan kernel: Preloaded elf module /boot/kernel/nvidia.ko at

-current unusable after a crash

2002-11-25 Thread Mikhail Teterin
The only way to get my -current system back to normal after a crash is to boot into single user and do an explicit ``fsck -p''. Otherwise the system will, seemingly, boot fine, but none of the ttyvs will accept any input, although tty-switching works fine. Remote connections (ssh, telnet) don't

Re: -current unusable after a crash

2002-11-25 Thread Mikhail Teterin
On Monday 25 November 2002 12:24 pm, Kris Kennaway wrote: = On Mon, Nov 25, 2002 at 10:24:46AM -0500, Robert Watson wrote: = = I thought, this might be due to the priority of the background = fsck and have once left it alone for several hours -- with no = effect. The usual fsck takes a few

pam_setenv() crashes rshd...

2002-12-20 Thread Mikhail Teterin
The rshd started to crash on my system after the recent -current upgrade. It does not dump core (why?), but with a lot of syslog() I narrowed the trouble spot down to the pam_setenv() calls -- the very first one of them, in rshd.c never returned... The libpam is: /usr/lib/libpam.so.2:

Re: pam_setenv() crashes rshd...

2002-12-21 Thread Mikhail Teterin
Mikhail Teterin [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: The following patch fixes (works around?) the problem for me (pam_setenv is rather inefficiently implemented by the vendor, BTW), I am the vendor. What's wrong with pam_setenv()? I only went into the code to see where it may be crashing my rshd

troubles with realplay-er

2003-01-04 Thread Mikhail Teterin
This Linux program used to work well, but now it crashes (with SIGABRT) some URLs, such as pnm://rm.content.loudeye.com/~iii-600111/0255135_0101_00_0002.ra pnm://rm.content.loudeye.com/~a-600111/0631342_0103_00_0002.ra or hangs... The crashes are persistent -- the same URL will

Re: troubles with realplay-er

2003-01-04 Thread Mikhail Teterin
Julian Elischer wrote: AOL me too /AOL troublemakingA 5.0-RELEASE showstopper?/troublemaking -mi On Sat, 4 Jan 2003, Mikhail Teterin wrote: This Linux program used to work well, but now it crashes (with SIGABRT) some URLs, such as pnm://rm.content.loudeye.com/~iii-600111

SMP on Alpha?

2000-03-09 Thread Mikhail Teterin
Hello! Will the -current version of FreeBSD run on a multi-CPU axp machine and use all of the CPUs? Would that be a reliable box (assuming the admin sometimes knows what he is doing)? Do I want to make a "production" server out of an axp box at all in the near future? Thanks!

Re: ``Resource temporarily unavailable'' in vi

2003-07-14 Thread Mikhail Teterin
=Every once in a while, a vi-session dies on me with: = = input: Resource temporarily unavailable =Are you running ksh93 per chance? I've seen this after I started an =OpenGL program such as xscreensaver-demo from ksh93 (however that =could have influenced the terminal settings or whatever

Re: gcc-3.3 issues

2003-07-17 Thread Mikhail Teterin
On Thu, 17 Jul 2003 22:18:38 +0200 Michael Nottebrock [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: = On Thursday 17 July 2003 22:11, Alexander Kabaev wrote: = = -Werror? As doctor said: if it hurts, DON'T DO THAT. = = In the kdelibs case, it's definitely _not_ -Werror =Whatever it is, I haven't seen one shred

kmem_mmap_toosmall -- repeatable panic

2003-07-21 Thread Mikhail Teterin
Hello! I tried to create a cscope's database with about 6200 files listed in the cscope.files. The entire tree (including the cscope.files) is mounted over NFS from a Solaris server. The July 11th kernel would just crash, today's one is more intelligent: kmem_malloc(4096):

keeping the Promise up

2003-01-15 Thread Mikhail Teterin
Hi! With the day-old -current I have troubles with the Promise-66 IDE add-on card. I have two identical drives connected to it. The one connected to the IDE1 connector is now constantly reported as: ad4: READ command timeout tag=0 serv=0 - resetting ata2: resetting devices ..

continuing problems with RealPlayer

2003-01-26 Thread Mikhail Teterin
Can anyone, please, try the following URL, for example: pnm://rm.content.loudeye.com/~ttt-600111/0619060_0103_00_0002.ra It causes RealPlayer8.cs2 to get SIGABRT on two of my -current systems. I must have it working on at least one machine in the house, but before changing the laptop to

Re: continuing problems with RealPlayer

2003-01-26 Thread Mikhail Teterin
On Sunday 26 January 2003 02:28 pm, Gary Jennejohn wrote: = Mikhail Teterin writes: = Can anyone, please, try the following URL, for example: = = pnm://rm.content.loudeye.com/~ttt-600111/0619060_0103_00_0002.ra = = = Yup, kills my RealPlayer too. -stable or -current? -mi

comms/birda on -current and PalmPilot sync.

2003-02-03 Thread Mikhail Teterin
Hi! Does the combo in subject work for anyone? I have Win98 on this laptop, too, and it can sync. the palm over the IrDA port. However, with FreeBSD-current it does not work. Birda's irs is running as /opt/bin/irs -y /dev/ptypv -c -d /dev/ttyd1 -Y and I point coldsync to the

problem with a file-backed md

2003-03-12 Thread Mikhail Teterin
Hello! I have a nasty problem with a file-backed md. The file is the Windows' swap file residing on a msdosfs part of the drive. First I tried to just swapon to the md: tmp=`mdconfig -a -t vnode -f /W/pagefile.sys` swapon $tmp But random big-memory programs were hanging. At

proctitle progress reporting for dump(8)

2001-09-01 Thread Mikhail Teterin
Does this look like a good idea to anyone else? 79239 ?? I 0:00,89 dump 0ushf 1048576 0 - /dev/da0h (dump) 79240 ?? S 0:06,85 dump: /dev/da0h(0): 92.44% done, finished in 0:43 (dump) 79241 ?? S 0:13,93 dump 0ushf 1048576 0 - /dev/da0h (dump) 79242 ?? S 0:13,92 dump

Re: proctitle progress reporting for dump(8)

2001-09-01 Thread Mikhail Teterin
On 1 Sep, Jeroen Ruigrok/Asmodai wrote: -On [20010901 19:00], Mikhail Teterin ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: 79240 ?? S 0:06,85 dump: /dev/da0h(0): 92.44% done, finished in 0:43 (dump) Looks nice. Would definately be an improvement. I would like it. How often does it update

Re: proctitle progress reporting for dump(8)

2001-09-02 Thread Mikhail Teterin
Ok, attached is the patch addding a function, which sets the proctitle to the last output message and several calls to this function in places, where it looked useful to me. May be, I added too many, and/or skipped some... Note, that I intentially did not put this functionality into the

Re: proctitle progress reporting for dump(8)

2001-09-04 Thread Mikhail Teterin
On 3 Sep, Terry Lambert wrote: I would like it. How often does it update the proctitle? Whenever it outputs a line to the stderr -- I personally find no regularity in that :(. SIGINFO handling is a different thing, though. I'll look at that too. Thanks, It would be nice to have

Re: proctitle progress reporting for dump(8)

2001-09-05 Thread Mikhail Teterin
On 5 Sep, Bruce Evans wrote: snprintf, strlen, vsnprintf, sysctl, sysctlbyname I think all of these are safe in practice. It also accesses some variables that are not safe to access in a signal handler (non-auto ones that are not of type volatile sig_atomic_t or are

installing kernel is troublesome... (patch)

2001-09-19 Thread Mikhail Teterin
Due, apparently, to the several removed/renamed modules still listed in the sys/modules/Makefile Index: Makefile === RCS file: /home/ncvs/src/sys/modules/Makefile,v retrieving revision 1.201 diff -U1 -r1.201 Makefile --- Makefile

Re: ouch -- the second controller on Promise-66 is not detected!

2001-10-30 Thread Mikhail Teterin
On 31 Oct, Andrey A. Chernov wrote: On Tue, Oct 30, 2001 at 19:37:27 -0500, Mikhail Teterin wrote: Alright, alright, what do I do now? I did NOT wire any ata devices, Ask Soren to fix ATA driver in the way I describe below: Giving more details: ATA code must test wired slot

damaged file system despite unmounts

2001-11-21 Thread Mikhail Teterin
For a while I was noticing my largest FS reported as not unmounted cleanly on boot. Today I decided to unmount it myself and check it with fsck. Here are the results. Notice, that the first fsck had to mark the FS clean. Notice that the second fsck found something else to do, and only

Re: ouch -- the second controller on Promise-66 is not detected!

2001-10-30 Thread Mikhail Teterin
Alright, alright, what do I do now? I did NOT wire any ata devices, and hints only list the on-motherboard ata controllers (one of them has a CD drive attached to it, that's it): hint.ata.0.at=isa hint.ata.0.port=0x1F0 hint.ata.0.irq=14 hint.ata.1.at=isa

lots of Linux zombies (mtvp)

2001-10-05 Thread Mikhail Teterin
(Scary title, is not it?) After watching some MPGs with the Linux binary-only mtvp (graphics/mtv port) I noticed 40 zomby processes: 68278 p1 Z 0:00,00 (mtvp) 68279 p1 Z 0:00,00 (mtvp) 68280 p1 Z 0:00,00 (mtvp) 68281 p1 Z 0:00,00 (mtvp) 68283 p1 Z 0:00,00

panic upon manual swapon(8)

2001-12-10 Thread Mikhail Teterin
I typicly run without any swap space configured -- 320Mb of RAM is usually fine. However, after noticing a message get swap space failed (or similar) in the nightly report, I tried to tell my Nov 5 -current to swapon /dev/da0b I used to do this with full impunity in the past,

zombie linux processes

2002-01-03 Thread Mikhail Teterin
I just noticed a whole bunch of processes, that would not go away :-( [...] 105 55742 1 0 107 0 00 - Z p3- 0:00,00 (mtvp) 105 55744 1 5 98 0 00 - Z p3- 0:00,00 (mtvp) 105 55745 1 5 107 0 00 - Z p3- 0:00,00

today's -current: pseudofs

2002-01-03 Thread Mikhail Teterin
Although pseudofs is now required for procfs to link, config(8) does not know about it -- my old kernel config file with PROCFS raised no problems until the linking time, when a bunch of pseudofs functions turned out to be absent... -mi To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED]

today's current: boot/loader and console

2002-01-03 Thread Mikhail Teterin
After 25 days of uptime I rebuilt the world, and can no longer boot as usual. Both boot/loader and boot/loader.old (from Oct 30) flash the list of devices and immediately reset the computer. My only way to bring it up is to press space at the right moment, get the Boot: prompt and load/boot

Re: today's current: boot/loader and console

2002-01-04 Thread Mikhail Teterin
On 3 Jan, John Baldwin wrote: On 04-Jan-02 Mikhail Teterin wrote: After 25 days of uptime I rebuilt the world, and can no longer boot as usual. Both boot/loader and boot/loader.old (from Oct 30) flash the list of devices and immediately reset the computer. Any chance you could

Re: today's current: boot/loader and console

2002-01-04 Thread Mikhail Teterin
Are your loader and 4th files in sync? There was a change to the 4th scripts that I thought I sent a heads up about. The hints did not change since forever: -r--r--r-- 1 root wheel2030 Feb 10 2001 device.hints Everything else seems fresh: -r--r--r-- 1 root wheel7721 Jan 3

Re: today's current: boot/loader and console

2002-01-08 Thread Mikhail Teterin
Are your loader and 4th files in sync? There was a change to the 4th scripts that I thought I sent a heads up about. Anyways, do this to get the error message: go into /sys/boot/i386/loader, edit main.c, and change the exit() function to do a while(1); loop before callign

zombie linux processes remain

2002-01-08 Thread Mikhail Teterin
Hello! I'm sure, this is a bug in the program itself (graphics/mtv v. 1.2.5), but can't we do something about it? Notice the parent process id: UID PID PPID CPU PRI NI VSZ RSS WCHAN STAT TT TIME COMMAND 105 6536 1 0 96 0 00 - Z p40:00,00 (mtvp)

Re: zombie linux processes remain

2002-01-08 Thread Mikhail Teterin
On 8 Jan, Alfred Perlstein wrote: I'm sure, this is a bug in the program itself (graphics/mtv v. 1.2.5), but can't we do something about it? Notice the parent process id: UID PID PPID CPU PRI NI VSZ RSS WCHAN STAT TT TIME COMMAND 105 6536 1 0 96 0 0

How about gcj? (Re: Not committing WARNS settings...)

2002-02-06 Thread Mikhail Teterin
On 6 Feb, Mark Murray wrote: [...] a project as important as GCC3 [...] BTW, how about, may be, if the stars are right, bringing in the Java support too? gcj is now one of the compilers, that come with the GCC package... And it is promising -- it can compile Java into byte code or

Re: How about gcj? (Re: Not committing WARNS settings...)

2002-02-06 Thread Mikhail Teterin
On 6 Feb, David O'Brien wrote: On Wed, Feb 06, 2002 at 11:19:19AM -0500, Mikhail Teterin wrote: BTW, how about, may be, if the stars are right, bringing in the Java support too? gcj is now one of the compilers, that come with the GCC package... Uh, NO! It is not needed by the base

Re: How about gcj? (Re: Not committing WARNS settings...)

2002-02-06 Thread Mikhail Teterin
On 6 Feb, David O'Brien wrote: On Wed, Feb 06, 2002 at 01:05:16PM -0500, Mikhail Teterin wrote: Uh, NO! It is not needed by the base system. We really do not want to turn on all the support libs, etc.. that would be needed with this. There is a reason the gcc30 port takes 25 minutes

Re: How about gcj? (Re: Not committing WARNS settings...)

2002-02-06 Thread Mikhail Teterin
On 7 Feb, Max Khon wrote: dynamically linked libiberty would be a nightmare. libbfd anf libiberty do not have version numbers, are not maintained (i.e. there is no official releases). every project includes its own libiberty and imho an attempt to find least common denominator will

Re: How about gcj? (Re: Not committing WARNS settings...)

2002-02-06 Thread Mikhail Teterin
On 6 Feb, David O'Brien wrote: http://www.gnu.org/manual/bfd-2.9.1/ for example, seems to imply, that there was, in fact, at some point a release 2.9.1 of bfd... It does not quite match the bfd, No, that document describes the BFD that was included with Binutils 2.9.1. If you

libmilter (asking for more trouble :)

2002-02-06 Thread Mikhail Teterin
FreeBSD comes with sendmail, and milter is an increasingly popular part of sendmail -- used by the authors of different spam and virii filtering software. Shouldn't FreeBSD build and install libmilter and the relevant headers, too? -mi To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: libmilter (asking for more trouble :)

2002-02-06 Thread Mikhail Teterin
On 6 Feb, Gregory Neil Shapiro wrote: mi FreeBSD comes with sendmail, and milter is an increasingly popular part mi of sendmail -- used by the authors of different spam and virii filtering mi software. mi Shouldn't FreeBSD build and install libmilter and the relevant headers, mi too?

panic: bdwrite: buffer is not busy

2002-02-09 Thread Mikhail Teterin
While attempting to ``fdisk fd0.1440''. Or ``fdisk fd0''. Or ``newfs_msdos fd0.1440'' with or without the floppy inside :-\ With todays or Jan 3rd kernel (my previous upgrade). IdlePTD at phsyical address 0x004ed000 initial pcb at physical address 0x00411560 panicstr: bdwrite: buffer is not busy

Re: panic: bdwrite: buffer is not busy

2002-02-10 Thread Mikhail Teterin
On 10 Feb, Bruce Evans wrote: On Sat, 9 Feb 2002, John Baldwin wrote: On 09-Feb-02 Mikhail Teterin wrote: While attempting to ``fdisk fd0.1440''. Or ``fdisk fd0''. Or ``newfs_msdos fd0.1440'' with or without the floppy inside :-\ With todays or Jan 3rd kernel (my previous upgrade

Re: How about gcj? (Re: Not committing WARNS settings...)

2002-02-11 Thread Mikhail Teterin
On 6 Feb, David O'Brien wrote: On Wed, Feb 06, 2002 at 01:05:16PM -0500, Mikhail Teterin wrote: Uh, NO! It is not needed by the base system. We really do not want to turn on all the support libs, etc.. that would be needed with this. There is a reason the gcc30 port takes 25 minutes

Re: How about gcj? (Re: Not committing WARNS settings...)

2002-02-11 Thread Mikhail Teterin
On 6 Feb, David O'Brien wrote: Yes it comes as part of binutils. Ok. No we should not go down this path. You've already been told that there is no official libiberty or bfd release. Well, the following URL http://www.gnu.org/manual/bfd-2.9.1/ for example, seems to imply,

Re: How about gcj? (Re: Not committing WARNS settings...)

2002-02-11 Thread Mikhail Teterin
On 6 Feb, David O'Brien wrote: On Wed, Feb 06, 2002 at 03:46:22PM -0500, Mikhail Teterin wrote: dynamically linked libiberty would be a nightmare. libbfd and libiberty do not have version numbers, are not maintained (i.e. there is no official releases). every project

Re: How about gcj? (Re: Not committing WARNS settings...)

2002-02-11 Thread Mikhail Teterin
On 6 Feb, David O'Brien wrote: http://www.gnu.org/manual/bfd-2.9.1/ for example, seems to imply, that there was, in fact, at some point a release 2.9.1 of bfd... It does not quite match the bfd, No, that document describes the BFD that was included with Binutils 2.9.1. If you

Re: panic: bdwrite: buffer is not busy

2002-02-11 Thread Mikhail Teterin
On 10 Feb, Bruce Evans wrote: On Sat, 9 Feb 2002, John Baldwin wrote: On 09-Feb-02 Mikhail Teterin wrote: While attempting to ``fdisk fd0.1440''. Or ``fdisk fd0''. Or ``newfs_msdos fd0.1440'' with or without the floppy inside :-\ With todays or Jan 3rd kernel (my previous upgrade

patch for gnu/usr.bin/ld/Makefile

2000-12-14 Thread Mikhail Teterin
Hello! During my attempt to build 5.0-current using 4.2-BETA, I stumbled upon the following error: [...] gzip -cn /opt/src/gnu/usr.bin/ld/ld.1aout ld.1aout.gz cc -O -pipe -mcpu=i686 -march=i686 -I/opt/src/gnu/usr.bin/ld -I/opt/src/gnu/usr.bin/ld/../../../libexec/rtld-aout

recent bsd.lib.mk changes

2002-06-21 Thread Mikhail Teterin
I guess I missed them, but now some of my ports -- which use bsd.lib.mk -- don't work on -current :-\ and I don't know how to fix them in the backward-compatible way. The ports -- such as devel/tcl-memchan, for example, only want to build and install the shared versions of the libraries. I used

Re: recent bsd.lib.mk changes

2002-06-21 Thread Mikhail Teterin
On Friday 21 June 2002 04:28 pm, David O'Brien wrote: = On Fri, Jun 21, 2002 at 02:29:33PM -0400, Mikhail Teterin wrote: = I used to define INTERNALLIB to avoid building and installing the = static version, but that is now almost reversed -- only the static = will be built and nothing

Re: recent bsd.lib.mk changes

2002-06-21 Thread Mikhail Teterin
On Friday 21 June 2002 06:02 pm, David O'Brien wrote: = On Fri, Jun 21, 2002 at 05:46:17PM -0400, Mikhail Teterin wrote: = Why can't we have some way to explicitly list what is and what is not = needed? = = Feel free to send a patch adding ONLYSHAREDLIBS. INTERNALLIB in no = logical way I can

unkillable process :-\

2002-07-29 Thread Mikhail Teterin
KOffice's kword is stuck here... Can not be killed even with -9. Sits idle, with its window open, but not updating: UID PID PPID CPU PRI NI VSZ RSS MWCHAN STAT TT TIME COMMAND 1042 88248 1 0 96 0 119296 28105 - WWs pm0:00,00 kword /tmp/k Machine is otherwise

Dual AthlonMP and FreeBSD

2002-08-12 Thread Mikhail Teterin
Hi! Would FreeBSD (-current or -stable) work (in SMP mode) on a pair of Athlons, or is our SMP only for Intel chips? Thanks! -mi To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with unsubscribe freebsd-current in the body of the message

Re: HEADS UP: GCC 3.2.1-pre imported

2002-09-02 Thread Mikhail Teterin
On Sunday 01 September 2002 05:58 pm, Alexander Kabaev wrote: = GCC 3.2.1-pre is now in the tree. Please let me know if you see any = problems recompiling your world/kernel. = = Remember to recompile your C++ ports. GCC 3.2 is not binary compatible = with 3.1. Most excellent! Thanks!

troubles with the new GCC -- anyone else?

2002-09-08 Thread Mikhail Teterin
Is it just me, or do others have troubles too? I upgraded yesterday: mi@celsius:~ (101) cc -v Using built-in specs. Configured with: FreeBSD/i386 system compiler Thread model: posix gcc version 3.2.1 [FreeBSD] 20020901 (prerelease) With ``-march=pentium2

freeze with the CardBus NIC 3CCFE575BT

2002-09-10 Thread Mikhail Teterin
Regardless of whether the xl driver is linked into the kernel or loaded as a module, the machine freezes shortly after ifconfig-ing the card. Sunday's -current. Complete freeeze -- can not go into debugger... More information available upon request... -mi To Unsubscribe: send mail to

troubles with recent -current

2002-09-25 Thread Mikhail Teterin
Hi! I'm experiencing an increasing amount of problems here, and will try to list them below. Some of this may be well known already, but, hopefully, something will be usefull. Unless I set rc_ng to NO, the ypbind will not start, even though enable_nis_client is set and Starting ypbind is

Re: troubles with recent -current

2002-09-25 Thread Mikhail Teterin
On Wed, 25 Sep 2002, Mikhail Teterin wrote: [...] Unless I set rc_ng to NO, the ypbind will not start, even though enable_nis_client is set and Starting ypbind is displayed on boot. Locally, I discovered that the hard dependency of ypbind on rpcbind now seems to be broken. Try setting

Re: troubles with recent -current

2002-09-25 Thread Mikhail Teterin
On Wed, 25 Sep 2002, Mikhail Teterin wrote: FWIW, this -- introducing this sort of instability just two months before the scheduled release -- is a lot more damaging than the stupid trolls, IMO. The finger-breakers should consider leaving the troll alone and switching to super-gluing

hack(6) does not run in xterm!

2002-10-02 Thread Mikhail Teterin
Just noticed on my FreeBSD 5.0-CURRENT #0: Thu Sep 26 11:07:24 EDT 2002 % hack Terminal must backspace. Here is the end of the ktrace: [...] 41386 hack RET break 0 41386 hack CALL break(0x8089000) 41386 hack RET break 0

laptop panicked [with trace]

2002-10-02 Thread Mikhail Teterin
With today's -current. No X11, two ttyv0 in use -- cvs updating, the other -- playing hack(6): Fatal trap 12: page fault while in kernel mode fault virtual address = 0xbc [... retyped, not copy-pasted, seemingly random numbers marked ``skipped'' ...] kernel: type 12 trap, code=0 Stopped at

Re: laptop panicked [with trace]

2002-10-04 Thread Mikhail Teterin
* De: Mikhail Teterin [EMAIL PROTECTED] [ Data: 2002-10-02 ] [ Subjecte: laptop panicked [with trace] ] With today's -current. No X11, two ttyv0 in use -- cvs updating, the other -- playing hack(6): This is known; A temporary fix is to modify the part dereferencing p-p_limit

Re: signal 6 to XFree86 (Re: cvs commit: src/tools/tools...)

2002-10-04 Thread Mikhail Teterin
[Moved to -current] On Fri, Oct 04, 2002 at 06:30:09PM -0700, Lars Eggert wrote: Wesley Morgan wrote: I had one today, they have decreased significantly since removing the Type1 module from my server configuration. I've also found that disabling xscreensaver/xlockmore

panic: kmem_malloc(4096): kmem_map too small

2002-10-06 Thread Mikhail Teterin
... 218222592 total allocated this machine has a total of 512Mb of RAM, and no swap. No X was running. Just ``cvs update''-ing. -mi To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with unsubscribe freebsd-current in the body of the message

Re: panic: kmem_malloc(4096): kmem_map too small

2002-10-06 Thread Mikhail Teterin
îÅĦÌÑ 06 öÏ×ÔÅÎØ 2002 03:13 am, n0g0013 ÷É ÎÁÐÉÓÁÌÉ: On 06.10-03:06, Mikhail Teterin wrote: this machine has a total of 512Mb of RAM, and no swap. No X was running. Just ``cvs update''-ing. running vinum ? i am getting this consistently with vinum (but am taking an age to rebuild

dc and PCMCIA still panic

2002-10-07 Thread Mikhail Teterin
Today's kernel (cvs update-ed 10 minutes ago) keeps panicing when the dc-card is inserted :-/ The panic always happens in Fatal trap 12 [...] db trace pccard_scan_cis([data],0,0) at pccard_scan_cis+0x1a5 pccard_read_cis([data]) at pccard_read_cis+0xb5

Re: dc and PCMCIA still panic

2002-10-07 Thread Mikhail Teterin
Even though it doesn't make sense, can you turn on the debugging information and run again? I use # Let's debug! hw.cbb.debug=1 hw.pccard.debug=1 hw.pccard.cis_debug=1 hw.cardbus.debug=1 hw.cardbus.cis_debug=1 Actually, I lied... It is a Xircom RealPort Ethernet 10/100 + Modem 56

trouble linking kernel (softdep)

2001-02-13 Thread Mikhail Teterin
Is this just me? After a fresh cvsup: make buildkernel KERNEL=RTFM-5.processed -DNOMODULES -DNO_MODULES -j 3 [...] cc -c -O -pipe -march=i686 -fomit-frame-pointer -Wall -Wredundant-decls -Wnested-externs -Wstrict-prototypes -Wmissing-prototypes -Wpointer-arith -Winline -Wcast-qual

as segfaulting during world-build

2001-02-20 Thread Mikhail Teterin
No, I don't think it is hardware. It died on the same spot for the third time in a row: tail -15 /var/tmp/w.log* == /var/tmp/w.log == cd /opt/src/lib/csu/i386-elf; make _EXTRADEPEND cc -O -pipe -march=i686 -elf -Wall -fkeep-inline-functions -I/opt/src/lib/csu/i386-elf/../common

panic trying to play Civillization (with trace, etc.)

2001-03-11 Thread Mikhail Teterin
Hi! All of a sudden I can't play my game :( The new kernels all crash just trying to start the executable... Here is the trace with my attempts to browse through it. The bzip2-ed kernel and vmcore, as well as the /sys subtree are available for examination at:

Re: panic trying to play Civillization (with trace, etc.)

2001-03-11 Thread Mikhail Teterin
Mikhail Teterin [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Here is the trace with my attempts to browse through it. If you can, please reproduce the panic on a kernel compiled with the INVARIANTS, INVARIANT_SUPPORT and WITNESS options. Well, with this options on, the machine does not crash

panic trying to mount_msdos

2001-03-15 Thread Mikhail Teterin
The kernel and modules compiled with INVARIANTS, INVARIANTS_SUPPORT, and WITNESS. I tried to mount this silly floppy and boom... The details are at http://aldan.algebra.com:8015/~mi/mount_msdos-crash/ :-( -mi To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe

another panic (doscmd)

2001-03-17 Thread Mikhail Teterin
Hello! I was not able to obtain a trace :( The panic mechanism itself went into an infinite loop continuously displaying kern_sync.c:385 sleeping with "panic" locked from kern_shutdown.c:544 as fast as it could :-( All I did was (as a regular user): doscmd r4d1di.exe The

Re: mount_mfs (Re: smbfs)

2001-05-24 Thread Mikhail Teterin
On 24 May, Kris Kennaway wrote: On Thu, May 24, 2001 at 10:35:43PM -0400, Mikhail Teterin wrote: On 24 May, Kris Kennaway wrote: On Thu, May 24, 2001 at 06:13:21PM -0700, Gordon Tetlow wrote: Should there be a mount_smbfs to go with this? How does one mount smb shares otherwise? It's

Re: mount_mfs (Re: smbfs)

2001-05-25 Thread Mikhail Teterin
I actually wrote a short program that emulates *all* of mount_mfs's umpteen options with md, disklabel, and newfs, but nobody seemed interested. My choice of name (mount_md) wasn't particuarly good, either. Look at the -hackers and cvs-all archives around late January and

amd feature request (Re: AMD config file question.)

2001-05-25 Thread Mikhail Teterin
Now that smbfs is in, can amd be used to mount smb shares? Of course, it can. But can we have something like host type, where all smb-shares available from a host are automaticly accessible? This may be added to the host-type together with NFS, or be made part of a separate smbhost type.

Re: mount_mfs (Re: smbfs)

2001-05-25 Thread Mikhail Teterin
On 25 May, Sheldon Hearn wrote: On Fri, 25 May 2001 09:34:16 -0400, Mikhail Teterin wrote: Why can't that program _replace_ mount_mfs? And assume the name too? The objection that impressed me the last time this was suggested is that it's totally counter-intuitive to have a binary

mdconfig and _virtual_ memory

2001-06-06 Thread Mikhail Teterin
Hi! For years of using MFS I presumed, that it used virtual memory -- RAM and swap to store the file system -- using RAM for speed of MFS and swap when RAM was needed by others. When I moved to mdconfig, I figured I have to use ``-t swap'' for the same effect, but it seems, I was wrong --

Re: mdconfig and _virtual_ memory

2001-06-19 Thread Mikhail Teterin
So, Matt, any comments? On 7 Jun, Poul-Henning Kamp wrote: In message [EMAIL PROTECTED], Mikhail Teterin writes: When I moved to mdconfig, I figured I have to use ``-t swap'' for the same effect, but it seems, I was wrong -- apparently, ``swap'' means the filesystem will always

Re: mdconfig and _virtual_ memory

2001-06-20 Thread Mikhail Teterin
On 19 Jun, Matt Dillon wrote: : The swap backing in md(4) is a straight copy of the code which : lived in vn(4). I'm not terribly familiar with that code, but I : would expect that it would work with no swap space as well. : : Your man is probably Matt Dillon... You can create

Re: picking a DB (Re: nvi maintainer?)

2001-07-09 Thread Mikhail Teterin
Technically gdbm is fine. I doubt you'll be able to displace Berkeley DB, though; gdbm is less buggy, but doesn't offer many of the features, nor does it offer equivalent performance. I'd welcome your comments in particular, since you are an expert in the field and there is not

5.0 and USB devices

2001-08-07 Thread Mikhail Teterin
Now, this _used_ to work -- some time back in February or even in spring. But not anymore... usbd is running, the usb device, with the uhci are compiled into the kernel, and the controller is reported on boot: uhci0: Intel 82371AB/EB (PIIX4) USB controller port

block device required

2001-08-18 Thread Mikhail Teterin
Now, this may be the wrong way to do it: # mount -oro -t msdos /dev/ugen0 /mnt But the error message is certainly misleading. Especially, since the are no block devices in -current any more :) msdosfs: /dev/ugen0: Block device required -mi To Unsubscribe: send mail

microuptime() went backwards

2001-08-18 Thread Mikhail Teterin
Should I worry about this: [...] Aug 18 11:11:51 aldan /boot/mi/kernel: calcru: negative time of -1781452130 usec for pid 352 (setiathome) Aug 18 11:17:10 aldan /boot/mi/kernel: microuptime() went backwards (442732.3850800 - 442731.165931) Aug 18 11:17:10 aldan /boot/mi/kernel: microuptime()

Re: block device required

2001-08-18 Thread Mikhail Teterin
On 18 Aug, Bernd Walter wrote: On Sat, Aug 18, 2001 at 11:02:04AM -0400, Mikhail Teterin wrote: Now, this may be the wrong way to do it: # mount -oro -t msdos /dev/ugen0 /mnt But the error message is certainly misleading. Especially, since the are no block devices in -current any

Re: cvs commit: src/lib/libc/sys mmap.2

2001-08-23 Thread Mikhail Teterin
dg 2001/08/23 15:39:53 PDT Modified files: lib/libc/sys mmap.2 Log: Killed reference to MAP_INHERIT which is not supported in FreeBSD. BTW, GNU Autoconf's AC_FUNC_MMAP macro fails on -current, which leads the configure (in ImageMagick, for example) to a

another panic (mix ppp and usb to taste)

2001-08-24 Thread Mikhail Teterin
As I was trying to let the Palm Pilot connect to my desktop through usb using PPP, I tried to run /usr/sbin/ppp -quiet -direct -nat /dev/ugen0 While, perhaps, not the right way to do what I want (what is? aren't serial devices the simplest?), it should not panic (nothing should

zip drive and parallel port in NIBBLE mode hang the machine

1999-01-22 Thread Mikhail Teterin
Hello! My system is too old to have anything other then Compatable and Bi-directional modes for the parallel port. Both of this are recognized as NIBBLE-only by ppc0. When I try to cp a big file (Wordperfect distribution) onto a Zip cartridge (with ufs with softupdates) the whole system becomes

softupdates bug shows on zip drive and parallel port in NIBBLE mode

1999-01-22 Thread Mikhail Teterin
% of the CPU time (purely single CPU system), but that's a different story, I guess. I hope, this sad experience of mine will help further improve softupdates. -mi - Forwarded message from Alfred Perlstein - On Fri, 22 Jan 1999, Mikhail Teterin wrote: When I try to cp a big file

Re: softupdates bug shows on zip drive and parallel port in NIBBLE mode

1999-01-23 Thread Mikhail Teterin
=I tried both cam and bio -- no difference. It is not that it's =slow -- I was prepared for that, it is that it totally hangs -- =forever. = =I narrowed it down to softupdates. If I disable the softupdates on =the cartridge's filesystem copying finishes successfully. Somehow =the `cp' process

current version bump brakes libtool

1999-01-23 Thread Mikhail Teterin
I'm sorry if this was already discussed -- I just re-subscribed to current. In many places in config scripts, host_os is checked against freebsd2 | freebsd3 Absence of freebsd4 breaks stuff, like, for example, kdelibs11 port, which refuses to build shared libraries on an unknown platform such as

Re: sysctl oids (was: Re: kvm question)

1999-01-24 Thread Mikhail Teterin
Julian Elischer once stated: = Nonsense. There are plenty of contexts in which a number makes far = more sense than a name -- pretty much anything in any network stack = other than Chaosnet, for example. If any of us ever make good on the = threat of SNMP integration, having fixed numerical

Re: sysctl oids (was: Re: kvm question)

1999-01-24 Thread Mikhail Teterin
Matthew Dillon once stated: =This is a silly argument. Unless the operation in question =needs to be run a thousand times a second, a string is just =fine as a lookup mechanism. Duh. Besides, you can always =cache the translation. I'll agree, that todays hardware turns this

Re: sysctl oids (was: Re: kvm question)

1999-01-24 Thread Mikhail Teterin
Julian Elischer once stated: = Pardon my intrusion, but I strongly dislike the very thought about = my computer looking-up the same string more then once or twice. If it = counts -- I'd take a number over a string anytime anywhere other = then in a documentation. =how often do you use this?

Re: sysctl oids (was: Re: kvm question)

1999-01-24 Thread Mikhail Teterin
Mike Smith once stated: =OTOH, you should consider going back to single-character directory =names, since that's much more significant. a) this will limit the number of directories to you-know-what b) this will inconvinience a _user_ rather then a _programmer_, for

patch to STYLE(9) -- the other side

1999-01-28 Thread Mikhail Teterin
Christopher Masto once stated: =suggestions, they should be useful suggestions. Parenthesis are =allowed to make your code easier to read, even if not strictly =required by the compiler is a much more useful suggestion than what =is currently there. Some safeguard should be put to prevent

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