infiniband anyone?

2011-11-26 Thread V. T. Mueller, Continum
Hello, There were rumours that OFED infiniband support made its way into 9.0 . A vanilla 9.0-RC2 install, however does not indicate detection of IB hardware. It's in the todo-list, but svn hasn't been touched since spring. Does anyone know when / in which release IB support will be available? Or

Re: [CFT] ZFS v15 patch (version 3)

2010-07-07 Thread V. T. Mueller, Continum
Eric Masson schrieb: Martin Matuska m...@freebsd.org writes: We decided not to go with v16 - the feature difference for FreeBSD between v15 and v16 is zero. (v16 = Common Multiprotocol SCSI Target (COMSTAR) for ISCSI export of ZVOLS - we don't do ISCSI export (yet))// Is there any hope to see

MCE machine check exceptions - status, tools?

2010-07-28 Thread V. T. Mueller, Continum
Hello, By searching the net I was only able to find that better support for 9.0 is on its way. So I'd like to ask if MCEs (like ECC-related messages from, say Supermicro boards) are being already processed by the kernel. Are there any (plans for) tools to handle and process these messages in

Re: Removal of ICC (intel compiler) bits from mk

2010-08-19 Thread V. T. Mueller, Continum
Hello, Alexander Leidinger wrote: If someone would get icc 11.x up and runnig as a port (similar to what we have for outdated icc version in the ports collection), I would have a look if my contact at Intel is still working there in a position which allows him to get a commercial license for

Re: Removal of ICC (intel compiler) bits from mk

2010-08-19 Thread V. T. Mueller, Continum
Alexander Leidinger wrote: Alexander Leidinger wrote: If someone would get icc 11.x up and runnig as a port (similar to what we have for outdated icc version in the ports collection), I would have a look if my contact at Intel is still working there in a position which allows him to get a

Re: Official request: Please make GNU grep the default

2010-08-19 Thread V. T. Mueller, Continum
Dag-Erling Smørgrav wrote: There is a lesson here: people who are unsatisfied with the performance of ${TOOL} should profile it before they start a flamefest on -current. If you're alluding to Dougs original email, I will strictly disagree. He found a performance issue which noone had seen or

Re: Official request: Please make GNU grep the default

2010-08-19 Thread V. T. Mueller, Continum
Dag-Erling Smørgrav wrote: In other words: as long as there are unresolved issues, the default should be set to GNU grep. This doesn't stop anyone from improving the BSD grep we're all waiting for. It only does good to those who rely on using grep - expecting correctness and speed. Based on my

Re: a question about FreeBSD

2010-08-27 Thread V. T. Mueller, Continum
Freddie Cash wrote: Also, try man top. -C will show stats for individual CPUs at the top of the screen (similar to pressing 0 in top on Linux). This was added to top in 7.2 or 7.3 or thereabouts. You mean top -P -- Volker T. Mueller Continum AG Bismarckallee 7d 79098 Freiburg i. Br. Tel.

Re: ZFS v28 is ready for wider testing.

2010-08-31 Thread V. T. Mueller, Continum
Pawel, Pawel Jakub Dawidek wrote: I'd like to give you ZFS v28 for testing. If you are neither brave nor mad, you can stop here. The patchset is very experimental. It can eat your cookie and hurt your teddy bear, so be warned. Don't try it for anything except testing. Thank you very much -