Panic changing screen mode with vidcontrol

2001-11-26 Thread Peter Jeremy
Having installed a new kernel and userland from sources about a day old, my vidcontrol command now causes a panic: Fatal trap 12: page fault while in vm86 mode fault virtual address = 0xc359b fault code = user read, page not present instruction pointer = 0xc000:0x359b stack

Re: Panic changing screen mode with vidcontrol

2001-11-26 Thread Andrew Kenneth Milton
+---[ Peter Jeremy ]-- | Having installed a new kernel and userland from sources about a day | old, my vidcontrol command now causes a panic: [snip] | The command I used was vidcontrol 132x60 after confirming that | this was listed in vidcontrol -i mode. I have

Re: Bug in libalias (firewall manipulating)

2001-11-26 Thread Ruslan Ermilov
On Mon, Nov 26, 2001 at 04:40:19AM +0100, Daniel Rock wrote: Hi, just noticed: adding dynamic rules to ipfw via PKT_ALIAS_PUNCH_FW (or the command nat punch_fw in ppp) doesn't work: For adding firewall rules, IP_FW_ADD requires getsockopt() instead of setsockopt(). This should also

Re: 3CXFE575CT-JP with NEWCARD doesn't work

2001-11-26 Thread Yoichi NAKAYAMA
At Wed, 5 Sep 2001 11:47:30 -0400, Jonathan Chen wrote: On Mon, Sep 03, 2001 at 08:26:16PM +0900, Yoichi NAKAYAMA wrote: I just cvsup'ed and buildkernel with NEWCARD. Then my note book doesn't recognize MAC address of the card(3CXFE575CT-JP) following are concerning log for new

Re: df -l broken

2001-11-26 Thread NAKAMURA Kazushi
In my dual Pentium3/1GHz box: % uname -a FreeBSD mako.kobe1995.net 5.0-CURRENT-20010830-JPSNAP FreeBSD 5.0-CURRENT-20010830-JPSNAP #9: Sat Nov 3 17:05:25 JST 2001 [EMAIL PROTECTED]:/usr/obj/usr/src/sys/KOBE5SMP i386 % df -l Filesystem 1K-blocks UsedAvail Capacity Mounted on

Re: 3CXFE575CT-JP with NEWCARD doesn't work

2001-11-26 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Yoichi NAKAYAMA writes: : I think this trouble can be easily solved if we can controll : PCCBB_START_IO as we can controll PCCBB_START_MEM by last change: Yes. That would be true. I didn't do it with that commit. I'll go ahead and do it for I/O. It may change

cdrecord produces broken CDs on -CURRENT

2001-11-26 Thread Christoph Herrmann
Hi, Im running -STABLE and -CURRENT from different disks on the same box. And with -STABLE there are no problems burning CDs with a YAMAHA CRW6416S on an Adaptec 2940. But withs -CURRENT all CDs are broken. Cdrecord produces no Error messages and exits normaly, but there are areas with binary

Re: send_packet: No buffer space available

2001-11-26 Thread Andrea Campi
From the netstat output, it looks more like an application-level problem having to do with exhausting socket buffer space. Whatever the cause of the problem, it certainly isn't a lack of mbufs and/or clusters. Try verifying what is generating the messages. It could be coming from a syscall

Re: Still panic() with userland binary on CURRENT

2001-11-26 Thread John Baldwin
On 24-Nov-01 Martin Blapp wrote: Hi DES, - realitexpire, td); + realitexpire, td-td_proc); Fixes the panic 100%. Thanks a lot ! Martin Ouch, something this simple definitely caused a warning, it looks like warnings are being ignored. :( Time

Re: where is the idle_loop in current ?

2001-11-26 Thread John Baldwin
On 23-Nov-01 Luigi Rizzo wrote: In order to port my network polling stuff to current, I was looking at ways to do things within the idle loop, and was pointed to the idle_proc() or vm_pagezero() . I am listing below the code for these kernel threads (I hope the name is the correct one).

Re: send_packet: No buffer space available

2001-11-26 Thread Mike Smith
So this means the output queue on my net card is full, right? And I guess there is no easy solution... Oh well, I'll have to cope. That's correct; the pipe is full, and you can't put any more bits in it. Typically you run into this situation when your app is generating more data than can

Re: send_packet: No buffer space available

2001-11-26 Thread Bosko Milekic
On Mon, Nov 26, 2001 at 05:49:01PM +0100, Andrea Campi wrote: OK, I traced it to sys/netinet/ip_output.c: /* * Verify that we have any chance at all of being able to queue * the packet or packet fragments */ if ((ifp-if_snd.ifq_len +

Re: send_packet: No buffer space available

2001-11-26 Thread Andrea Campi
Note that we presently don't lock anything (this is expected, we haven't gotten there yet). However, note also that in the new version we also do an _IFQ_DROP() if we have exceeded the ifq_maxlen, and finally, also note that the new test is and not = - I don't know why it is = to begin

LINT fails due to '/bin/sh:Argument list too long'

2001-11-26 Thread Robert Watson
Decided to run a LINT build on my POSIX.1e capability tree in p4 today, and ran into something a bit unusual: make buildkernel KERNCONF=LINT ... boss/p4/rwatson/trustedbsd/cap/sys/kern/link_aout.c /cboss/p4/rwatson/trustedbsd/cap/sys/kern/subr_diskmbr.c

kvm_getswapinfo() not backwards compatible?

2001-11-26 Thread Emiel Kollof
Hey gang, I have the following piece of code: extern void getswapload() { struct kvm_swap swap[1]; int pgsize, swapused, n; kd = kvm_open(/dev/null, /dev/null, /dev/null, O_RDONLY, kvm_open); n = kvm_getswapinfo(kd, swap, 1, 0); if (n 0 ||

Re: Still panic() with userland binary on CURRENT

2001-11-26 Thread Garrett Wollman
On Mon, 26 Nov 2001 09:43:31 -0800 (PST), John Baldwin [EMAIL PROTECTED] said: - realitexpire, td); + realitexpire, td-td_proc); Ouch, something this simple definitely caused a warning, it looks like warnings are being ignored. :( Nope. Look at the

Re: df -l broken

2001-11-26 Thread Paul van der Zwan
Paul van der Zwan wrote: I noticed the -l option of the df command is broken. It is supposed to print df for local filesystems but on my system it prints nothing at all. I had a quick look at the code , as far as I can tell it uses sysctl to figure out the mounted filesystems but

Re: Panic changing screen mode with vidcontrol

2001-11-26 Thread Peter Jeremy
On 2001-Nov-26 18:26:14 +1000, Andrew Kenneth Milton [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: +---[ Peter Jeremy ]-- | Having installed a new kernel and userland from sources about a day | old, my vidcontrol command now causes a panic: [snip] | The command I used was vidcontrol 132x60

Re: Still panic() with userland binary on CURRENT

2001-11-26 Thread John Baldwin
On 26-Nov-01 Garrett Wollman wrote: On Mon, 26 Nov 2001 09:43:31 -0800 (PST), John Baldwin [EMAIL PROTECTED] said: - realitexpire, td); + realitexpire, td-td_proc); Ouch, something this simple definitely caused a warning, it looks like warnings are

nfsclient and amd

2001-11-26 Thread Paul van der Zwan
It looks like using amd to mount remote hosts on /net will not cause the nfsclient.ko module to be loaded. This causes the mounts to fail. Maybe rc.network kan be changed to kldload the nfsclient.ko module if it is not built into the kernel, just like it does for the server module ??

Re: cdrecord produces broken CDs on -CURRENT

2001-11-26 Thread Kenneth D. Merry
On Mon, Nov 26, 2001 at 16:26:18 +0100, Christoph Herrmann wrote: Hi, Im running -STABLE and -CURRENT from different disks on the same box. And with -STABLE there are no problems burning CDs with a YAMAHA CRW6416S on an Adaptec 2940. But withs -CURRENT all CDs are broken. Cdrecord produces

Re: libfetch kqueue patch

2001-11-26 Thread Garrett Wollman
On Mon, 26 Nov 2001 15:27:45 -0500 (EST), Andrew R. Reiter [EMAIL PROTECTED] said: As from OpenBSD (in shorter form): fd_set *fds = calloc(howmany(fd+1, NFDBITS), sizeof(fd_mask)); But this is not portable. The application is not allowed to assume anything about the structure of an

Re: kvm_getswapinfo() not backwards compatible?

2001-11-26 Thread Doug White
On Mon, 26 Nov 2001, Emiel Kollof wrote: Hey gang, I have the following piece of code: extern void getswapload() { struct kvm_swap swap[1]; int pgsize, swapused, n; kd = kvm_open(/dev/null, /dev/null, /dev/null, O_RDONLY, kvm_open); This looks wrong I

[PATCH] - categorizing (XXX Lines) in NOTES

2001-11-26 Thread Hiten Pandya
hi all, this patch will put an end to those XXX lines in the NOTES file, which were regarding uncategorized options.. such as USERCONFIG etc. I am also attaching a tar.gz package which has the patch compressed and archived. thanks.. regards... Hiten Pandya [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

[PATCH] - categorizing (XXX Lines) in NOTES

2001-11-26 Thread Hiten Pandya
hi all, this patch will put an end to those XXX lines in the NOTES file, which were regarding uncategorized options.. such as USERCONFIG etc. I am also attaching a tar.gz package which has the patch compressed and archived. thanks.. regards... Hiten Pandya [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: cdrecord produces broken CDs on -CURRENT

2001-11-26 Thread Joerg Wunsch
Kenneth D. Merry [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Are there any areas with good data on the CD? i.e. can you see any pattern to the corruption? If you compare the same CD burned from -current and -stable you might begin to see a patern. I tried a test-burn with a FreeBSD-current from yesterday, on

Re: kvm_getswapinfo() not backwards compatible?

2001-11-26 Thread Emiel Kollof
* Doug White ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: kd = kvm_open(/dev/null, /dev/null, /dev/null, O_RDONLY, kvm_open); This looks wrong I think you want the first three arguments to be NULL, not /dev/null. /dev/null is not a kernel image. :-) I could've sworn I saw it done like that in

Re: [PATCH] - categorizing (XXX Lines) in NOTES

2001-11-26 Thread Mike Smith
hi all, this patch will put an end to those XXX lines in the NOTES file, which were regarding uncategorized options.. such as USERCONFIG etc. I am also attaching a tar.gz package which has the patch compressed and archived. This is NOT how to do this. File a PR containing the patch,

Re: i386/32269: [PATCH] - categorizing (XXX Lines) in NOTES

2001-11-26 Thread Hiten Pandya
hi all, i am attaching the pointer to the PR of this... thanks.. and i am very sorry for any misbehavment i have caused and i will see to it so that it does not happen again, regards... Hiten Pandya [EMAIL PROTECTED] Note: forwarded message attached.

Re: cardbus help

2001-11-26 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] John McCullough writes: : pcib2: routed slot 15 INTA to irq 255 : pccbb: Unable to map IRQ... : panic: resouce_list_release:can't find resource : Debugger(panic) This is a bug in pcibus issue. IRQ 255 should be treated as unallocated, so please route. : Is this

panic handle_written_inodeblock: live inodedep

2001-11-26 Thread Peter Jeremy
Running -CURRENT from Sunday. Background: I had been building various ports and then deleting the work directories. Some time later, I unmounted that filesystem and ran fsck. The fsck reported about 190 files and 4 directories disconnected and reconnected them. Looking through lost+found, I

Re: libfetch kqueue patch

2001-11-26 Thread Garrett Wollman
On Thu, 22 Nov 2001 13:02:23 +0200, Maxim Sobolev [EMAIL PROTECTED] said: For what it's worth, it also makes code less portable. On the other hand, it would also make libfetch useful in a larger variety of applications; viz., those which have so many file descriptors open that the one used by

Re: libfetch kqueue patch

2001-11-26 Thread Andrew R. Reiter
Agreed, or people could code with select in a nice manner and dynamically allocate the fd_set arrays. On Mon, 26 Nov 2001, Garrett Wollman wrote: :On Thu, 22 Nov 2001 13:02:23 +0200, Maxim Sobolev [EMAIL PROTECTED] said: : : For what it's worth, it also makes code less portable. : :On the

Re: libfetch kqueue patch

2001-11-26 Thread David Malone
On Mon, Nov 26, 2001 at 03:04:56PM -0500, Andrew R. Reiter wrote: Agreed, or people could code with select in a nice manner and dynamically allocate the fd_set arrays. Is there a portable way to allocate dynamically sized fd_sets? It could easily be one of those things that you're not supposed

Re: libfetch kqueue patch

2001-11-26 Thread Andrew R. Reiter
As from OpenBSD (in shorter form): fd_set *fds = calloc(howmany(fd+1, NFDBITS), sizeof(fd_mask)); FD_SET(fd, fds); select(fd+1, fds...); As for being portable, the only thing I've seen that is nice and neat is libevent from Niels Provos, but I think some people had

Re: Still panic() with userland binary on CURRENT

2001-11-26 Thread Dag-Erling Smorgrav
John Baldwin [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: On 24-Nov-01 Martin Blapp wrote: - realitexpire, td); + realitexpire, td-td_proc); Fixes the panic 100%. Ouch, something this simple definitely caused a warning, it looks like warnings are being ignored. :(

lomac import broke world

2001-11-26 Thread Andrey A. Chernov
cc -O -pipe -march=pentiumpro -DSETPROCTITLE -DLOGIN_CAP -DVIRTUAL_HOSTING -Wall -DINET6 -I/usr/src/libexec/ftpd -Dmain=ls_main -I/usr/src/libexec/ftpd/../../bin/ls -DUSE_PAM -o ftpd ftpd.o ftpcmd.o logwtmp.o popen.o ls.o cmp.o print.o util.o -lmd -lcrypt -lutil -lopie -lpam ls.o: In

Re: lomac import broke world

2001-11-26 Thread Kenneth D. Merry
On Tue, Nov 27, 2001 at 08:13:38 +0300, Andrey A. Chernov wrote: cc -O -pipe -march=pentiumpro -DSETPROCTITLE -DLOGIN_CAP -DVIRTUAL_HOSTING -Wall -DINET6 -I/usr/src/libexec/ftpd -Dmain=ls_main -I/usr/src/libexec/ftpd/../../bin/ls -DUSE_PAM -o ftpd ftpd.o ftpcmd.o logwtmp.o popen.o