Re: the ifp to a removed pcmcia ethernet card is left in struct ip_moptions and struct ifmultiaddr

2000-09-05 Thread Wes Peters
Seigo Tanimura wrote: I have been suffering from this problem for almost 2 months. When I remove a pcmcia ethernet card from my laptop PC, routed(8) announces updated routing information by multicast, leading to a kernel panic. Ejecting an interface configured up will do that. ifconfig

Re: the ifp to a removed pcmcia ethernet card is left in struct ip_moptions and struct ifmultiaddr

2000-09-05 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Wes Peters writes: : Ejecting an interface configured up will do that. ifconfig the interface : `down' and then `delete' before ejecting it. At best this is an unsatisfactory workaround. if_detach should cause the right thing to happen. Warner To Unsubscribe:

Re: xl driver

2000-09-05 Thread David Malone
On Mon, Sep 04, 2000 at 05:38:11PM +0900, Mitsuru IWASAKI wrote: This happened to me when I turned on ACPI support - infact it thought I had 3 PCI busses when I only had one! I haven't had time to look into it yet though. Hmmm, can I have your full output of dmesg? It seemed to be some

Re: HEADS UP: sshd (Re: cvs commit: src/release/sysinstall config.c)

2000-09-05 Thread Daniel C. Sobral
Jordan Hubbard wrote: This will be semi-broken for the next 17 days for US people because sshd won't work out of the box if you have "Protocol 1" defined, which is in the default config (and removing it may surprise people upgrading) Well, it's at least one step closer - all they have

problems with aureal soundcard: kernel fault when playing mp3s

2000-09-05 Thread Viren R.Shah
[Alexander, I'm Cc:ing you on this just in case you have heard of anyone else having similar problems with Aureal cards with recent -currents] My last good kernel was from aug 14. On a kernel from 09/05, I get a page fault as soon as I try to play mp3s using mpg123. Note that I have an Aureal

Re: the ifp to a removed pcmcia ethernet card is left in struct ip_moptions and struct ifmultiaddr

2000-09-05 Thread Wes Peters
Warner Losh wrote: In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Wes Peters writes: : Ejecting an interface configured up will do that. ifconfig the interface : `down' and then `delete' before ejecting it. At best this is an unsatisfactory workaround. if_detach should cause the right thing to happen.

Re: problems with aureal soundcard: kernel fault when playing mp3s

2000-09-05 Thread Peter S. Housel
At Tue, 5 Sep 2000 10:32:21 -0400 (EDT), Viren R.Shah [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: [Alexander, I'm Cc:ing you on this just in case you have heard of anyone else having similar problems with Aureal cards with recent -currents] My last good kernel was from aug 14. On a kernel from 09/05, I get a

Re: DPT SmartRAID V, VI, Adaptec SCSI RAID driver committed

2000-09-05 Thread Visigoth
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 On Mon, 4 Sep 2000, Mike Smith wrote: I'd like to hear a few more success stories first (only one so far) from people using the kit to add the driver to their 4.x systems. With all the breakage in -current's PCI support at the moment, I don't

Re: the ifp to a removed pcmcia ethernet card is left in struct ip_moptions and struct ifmultiaddr

2000-09-05 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Wes Peters writes: : state the code is in now, and if someone wants it to be better, we await : their patches. As always. ;^) Tanimura-san did contribute patches. This problem isn't a race at the eject, but rather the network layer incompletely cleaning up after a

FIFOs select: what about our implementation?

2000-09-05 Thread Andrey A. Chernov
Consider this comment comes from screen(1): /* * Define this if your system exits select() immediatly if a pipe is * opened read-only and no writer has opened it. */ #define BROKEN_PIPE 1 We have broken(?) pipe, according to this statement. At least, we have select return code -1 with wrong

Re: FIFOs select: what about our implementation?

2000-09-05 Thread Peter van Dijk
On Tue, Sep 05, 2000 at 07:50:56PM +0400, Andrey A. Chernov wrote: Consider this comment comes from screen(1): /* * Define this if your system exits select() immediatly if a pipe is * opened read-only and no writer has opened it. */ #define BROKEN_PIPE 1 We have broken(?) pipe,

Re: DPT SmartRAID V, VI, Adaptec SCSI RAID driver committed

2000-09-05 Thread Mike Smith
I'd like to hear a few more success stories first (only one so far) from people using the kit to add the driver to their 4.x systems. With all the breakage in -current's PCI support at the moment, I don't expect to hear too many people there reporting on it just yet. Maybe

Re: DPT SmartRAID V, VI, Adaptec SCSI RAID driver committed

2000-09-05 Thread Brad Knowles
At 11:25 AM -0700 2000/9/5, Mike Smith wrote: http://people.freebsd.org/~msmith/RAID/index.html#dpt Awesome! Thanks! Now I just have to get FreeBSD 4.2 installed on that ftp server -- These are my opinions -- not to be taken as official Skynet policy

Re: the ifp to a removed pcmcia ethernet card is left in struct ip_moptions and struct ifmultiaddr

2000-09-05 Thread Robert Watson
On Tue, 5 Sep 2000, Warner Losh wrote: In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Wes Peters writes: : Ejecting an interface configured up will do that. ifconfig the interface : `down' and then `delete' before ejecting it. At best this is an unsatisfactory workaround. if_detach should cause the

Re: the ifp to a removed pcmcia ethernet card is left in struct ip_moptions and struct ifmultiaddr

2000-09-05 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Robert Watson writes: : This is all made harder by the fact that struct mbuf has a struct ifnet : pointer in it, so if for any reason there is an outstanding mbuf : originating from that interface, it is possible that the struct ifnet * : will be dereferenced. For

Re: the ifp to a removed pcmcia ethernet card is left in struct ip_moptionsand struct ifmultiaddr

2000-09-05 Thread Luigi Rizzo
This is all made harder by the fact that struct mbuf has a struct ifnet pointer in it, so if for any reason there is an outstanding mbuf ... This has been raised as an issue before, and is a good reason to ifconfig down the interface, and wait a second or two before ejecting. You could and

Re: FIFOs select: what about our implementation?

2000-09-05 Thread Andrey A. Chernov
On Tue, Sep 05, 2000 at 07:24:58PM +0200, Peter van Dijk wrote: select return code -1 with wrong errno == 0. Sorry, I was wrong about errno, it returns that descriptor is ready for read while there is nothing to read. I surely do think this behaviour is broken.

Re: FIFOs select: what about our implementation?

2000-09-05 Thread Bruce Evans
On Tue, 5 Sep 2000, Peter van Dijk wrote: On Tue, Sep 05, 2000 at 07:50:56PM +0400, Andrey A. Chernov wrote: Consider this comment comes from screen(1): /* * Define this if your system exits select() immediatly if a pipe is * opened read-only and no writer has opened it. */

Re: FIFOs select: what about our implementation?

2000-09-05 Thread Andrey A. Chernov
On Wed, Sep 06, 2000 at 07:35:50AM +1100, Bruce Evans wrote: This behaviour is sort of intentional. Reads on a named pipe with no writers are specified by POSIX.1 to return immediately. 4.4BSD does extra work to break this in some cases. select() on a read descriptor open on such a pipe

Re: FIFOs select: what about our implementation?

2000-09-05 Thread Peter van Dijk
On Wed, Sep 06, 2000 at 12:44:33AM +0400, Andrey A. Chernov wrote: [snip] Please consider that we talk not about reads but about select. 'Select' is used to indicate that data is available while 'read' used to read it, they are two different things and behaviour of one thing not related to

DEVFS patch.

2000-09-05 Thread Poul-Henning Kamp
OK, here is the nasty bit of DEVFS: The locking and protection patch: http://phk.freebsd.dk/patch/devfs.patch -- Add support for an overflow table for DEVFS inodes. The static table defaults to 1024 inodes, if that fills, an overflow table of 32k inodes is

Re: cvs commit: src/sys/pci if_dc.c

2000-09-05 Thread Bill Paul
Hello Bill, I'm sorry about that. Here's some information that I can gather: 1. The Intel 21143 chips is intergrated in NEC VersaPro NoteBook PC. No LED to indicate the network activity are available. 2. It is connected to 10BaseT Hub (HP 28688B) at half duplex. Ok, two more things:

** HEADS UP ** kernel changed to /boot/kernel/kernel.ko

2000-09-05 Thread David O'Brien
I just committed a change to the loader and kernel Makefiles such that the kernel is now named "kernel.ko" and it the modules live in ``/boot/kernel'' (and ``/boot/kernel.old''). After your next world build, the loader will not load ``/kernel'' by default, so you want to make sure you build and

Re: cvs commit: src/sys/pci if_dc.c

2000-09-05 Thread Munehiro Matsuda
From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] (Bill Paul) Date: Tue, 5 Sep 2000 15:13:53 -0700 (PDT) :: I'm sorry about that. Here's some information that I can gather: :: 1. The Intel 21143 chips is intergrated in NEC VersaPro NoteBook PC. ::No LED to indicate the network activity are available. :: :: 2. It is

HEADS UP: SMP code commit iminent

2000-09-05 Thread Jason Evans
In compliance with the SMP project announcement (archived at http://people.freebsd.org/~jasone/smp/smp_project_announcement.txt), this email is a minimum 24 hour notice that SMP code will be committed to -current. A large patch including major changes to how the kernel works will be checked in

Re: HEADS UP: SMP code commit iminent

2000-09-05 Thread David O'Brien
On Tue, Sep 05, 2000 at 05:58:32PM -0700, Jason Evans wrote: this email is a minimum 24 hour notice that SMP code will be committed to -current. What is the status of the Alpha bits? Will we have a working kernel after the commit, or should we site tight for a week while the Alpha bits are

Re: HEADS UP: SMP code commit iminent

2000-09-05 Thread Jason Evans
On Tue, Sep 05, 2000 at 06:37:38PM -0700, David O'Brien wrote: What is the status of the Alpha bits? Will we have a working kernel after the commit, or should we site tight for a week while the Alpha bits are tweaked into working status? It should work (compile and run), though interrupt

new zero copy sockets and NFS snapshot

2000-09-05 Thread Kenneth D. Merry
[ -arch and -current BCC'ed for wider coverage, please direct followups to -net and/or me ] I have put a new copy of the zero copy sockets and NFS patches, against -current as of early September 5th, 2000, here: http://people.FreeBSD.ORG/~ken/zero_copy/ Questions, comments and feedback are

Re: HEADS UP: SMP code commit iminent

2000-09-05 Thread Matthew Jacob
Progress will be more rapid with things checked in than not, as long as Jason's statement about "the (alpha) system will run" after the checkin. Jason- I think we'd all appreciate a UTC timestamp suitable for -D that we can all use to checkout stuff prior to the big change. -matt To

Re: HEADS UP: SMP code commit iminent

2000-09-05 Thread Jason Evans
[-smp dropped from cc list.] On Tue, Sep 05, 2000 at 09:57:05PM -0700, Matthew Jacob wrote: Jason- I think we'd all appreciate a UTC timestamp suitable for -D that we can all use to checkout stuff prior to the big change. I initially wrote: Also in compliance with the SMP project

Re: HEADS UP: SMP code commit iminent

2000-09-05 Thread David O'Brien
On Tue, Sep 05, 2000 at 09:57:05PM -0700, Matthew Jacob wrote: Jason- I think we'd all appreciate a UTC timestamp suitable for -D that we can all use to checkout stuff prior to the big change. There will be a TAG for that to make life easier. -- -- David ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) To

Re: HEADS UP: SMP code commit iminent

2000-09-05 Thread Matthew Jacob
Oops- sorry- this is what I get for catching up email after a long day. Thanks. On 5 Sep 2000, Jason Evans wrote: [-smp dropped from cc list.] On Tue, Sep 05, 2000 at 09:57:05PM -0700, Matthew Jacob wrote: Jason- I think we'd all appreciate a UTC timestamp suitable for -D that we can