qtk probs on -current

2001-07-15 Thread Mathias . Picker
I have problems building kde on my -current box for some time. I re-cvsuped yesterday, but the problem remains. I did post this on -ports, and got an explanation from John Polstra

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2001-07-15 Thread Jean-Raymond Gagne
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Re: buildworld problem.

2001-07-15 Thread Chris Collins
Hello I have tried another cvsup today and then tried a buildworld again. Now I am getting a new error message. Does anybody know how to resolve this error? Thanks -- stage 4: building everything..

Re: kernel with SSE is unstable

2001-07-15 Thread Tor . Egge
In my system kernel(WITH SSE) falls when I use commands netstat and swapinfo. kernel without SSE works fine. I got a very similar panic when trying an UP kernel with SSE enabled. mi_switch() sets curproc-p_oncpu to NOCPU before calling cpu_switch(). cpu_switch() might call npxsave() which

Re: buildworld problem.

2001-07-15 Thread David O'Brien
On Sun, Jul 15, 2001 at 11:22:02AM -0400, Chris Collins wrote: === lib/libcom_err gzip -cn /usr/src/lib/libcom_err/../../contrib/com_err/com_err.3 com_err.3.gz -cn: No such file or directory *** Error code 1 I would run ``type gzip'' or ``which gzip''. It seems either you've done

Re: buildworld problem.

2001-07-15 Thread Chris Collins
Here is what I get when I do a which. I don't think that there is anything wrong with my gzip binary. I use it almost everyday. I'll think that I will re-install it just to be sure. bsduser# which gzip /sbin/gzip bsduser# 2:40PM up 4 days, 13:46, 3 users, load averages: 0.10, 0.37, 1.24

Re: buildworld problem.

2001-07-15 Thread David O'Brien
On Sun, Jul 15, 2001 at 02:48:27PM -0400, Chris Collins wrote: Here is what I get when I do a which. I don't think that there is anything wrong with my gzip binary. I use it almost everyday. I'll think that I will re-install it just to be sure. ... gzip -cn

Re: buildworld problem.

2001-07-15 Thread Kris Kennaway
On Sun, Jul 15, 2001 at 02:48:27PM -0400, Chris Collins wrote: Here is what I get when I do a which. I don't think that there is anything wrong with my gzip binary. I use it almost everyday. I'll think that I will re-install it just to be sure. bsduser# which gzip /sbin/gzip bsduser#

Re: buildworld problem.

2001-07-15 Thread Joerg Wunsch
David O'Brien [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: -cn: No such file or directory *** Error code 1 I would run ``type gzip'' or ``which gzip''. It seems either you've done something to your gzip binary, or there is a commit that broke it that I've missed. That's typical behaviour for the mini-gzip

Load average synchronisation and phantom loads

2001-07-15 Thread Ian Dowse
There are a few PRs and a number of messages in the mailing list archives that describe a problem where the load average occasionally remains at 1.0 or greater even though top(1) reports that the CPU is nearly 100% idle. The PRs I could find in a quick search are kern/21155, kern/23448 and

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2001-07-15 Thread Hiroyuki Ogata
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Re: Use of M_WAITOK in if_addmulti().

2001-07-15 Thread JINMEI Tatuya / 神明達哉
On Sun, 15 Jul 2001 16:50:36 -0400 (EDT), Garrett Wollman [EMAIL PROTECTED] said: Current if_addmulti() calls MALLOC() with M_WAITOK. However, if_addmulti() can be called from in[6]_addmulti() with splnet(). It may lead kernel panic. This is not a problem (or should not be). It is

Re: Use of M_WAITOK in if_addmulti().

2001-07-15 Thread Alfred Perlstein
* Hajimu UMEMOTO [EMAIL PROTECTED] [010715 12:31] wrote: ume Index: sys/net/if.c ume diff -u sys/net/if.c.orig sys/net/if.c ume --- sys/net/if.c.origMon Jul 16 01:39:34 2001 ume +++ sys/net/if.c Mon Jul 16 01:51:49 2001 Oops, it was wrong version. One trick is to pass a waitok

Use of M_WAITOK in if_addmulti().

2001-07-15 Thread Garrett Wollman
On Mon, 16 Jul 2001 00:13:14 +0900 (JST), Hajimu UMEMOTO [EMAIL PROTECTED] said: Current if_addmulti() calls MALLOC() with M_WAITOK. However, if_addmulti() can be called from in[6]_addmulti() with splnet(). It may lead kernel panic. This is not a problem (or should not be). It is

Use of M_WAITOK in if_addmulti().

2001-07-15 Thread Hajimu UMEMOTO
Hi, Current if_addmulti() calls MALLOC() with M_WAITOK. However, if_addmulti() can be called from in[6]_addmulti() with splnet(). It may lead kernel panic. So, I wish to change to use M_NOWAIT. Any comment? Index: sys/net/if.c diff -u sys/net/if.c.orig sys/net/if.c --- sys/net/if.c.orig

Re: Use of M_WAITOK in if_addmulti().

2001-07-15 Thread Julian Elischer
Hajimu UMEMOTO wrote: NOWAIT MAY return. you have not handled the case for when it returns with a NULL allocation so if it returns NULL you continue, and page-fault immediatly. Hi, Current if_addmulti() calls MALLOC() with M_WAITOK. However, if_addmulti() can be called from

Re: Use of M_WAITOK in if_addmulti().

2001-07-15 Thread Hajimu UMEMOTO
On Sun, 15 Jul 2001 09:19:27 -0700 Julian Elischer [EMAIL PROTECTED] said: julian NOWAIT MAY return. julian you have not handled the case for when it returns with a NULL allocation julian so if it returns NULL you continue, and page-fault immediatly. Oops, thank you. How about this? Index:

Re: Use of M_WAITOK in if_addmulti().

2001-07-15 Thread Hajimu UMEMOTO
ume Index: sys/net/if.c ume diff -u sys/net/if.c.orig sys/net/if.c ume --- sys/net/if.c.orig Mon Jul 16 01:39:34 2001 ume +++ sys/net/if.c Mon Jul 16 01:51:49 2001 Oops, it was wrong version. Index: sys/net/if.c diff -u sys/net/if.c.orig sys/net/if.c --- sys/net/if.c.orig Mon Jul 16

netstat kernel panic

2001-07-15 Thread Alexander Langer
Hello, when running netstat or using an app, that uses it (such as linux-navigator), my machine panics: Script started on Sat Jul 14 12:52:06 2001 (kgdb) mobile# gdb -k /usr/obj/usr/src/sys/MOBILE/kernel.debug vmcore.1 Copyright 1998 Free Software Foundation, Inc. GDB is free software, covered