Melco LPC4-CLX-CB support in 5.0-Current NEWCARD

2002-01-15 Thread Shizuka Kudo
Dear all, Does anyone have tested whether this card works with current 5.0 NEWCARD? I tried it on a Thinkpad 600X with current 5.0 cvsupped yestersday and received a kernel: pccbb0: card inserted: event=0x, state=3920 kernel: pccbb0: pccbb_power: CARD_VCC_0V and CARD_VPP_0V [44]

Re: Melco LPC4-CLX-CB support in 5.0-Current NEWCARD

2002-01-15 Thread YAMAMOTO Shigeru
Shizuka == Shizuka Kudo [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Shizuka Does anyone have tested whether this card works with current 5.0 Shizuka NEWCARD? I already tested it on NEWCARD. Melco LPC4-CLX-CB is using Realtek's chip. So, we need to add vendor/device ID to rl driver if we want to use Melco

Re: Melco LPC4-CLX-CB support in 5.0-Current NEWCARD

2002-01-15 Thread Taku YAMAMOTO
At Tue, 15 Jan 2002 03:08:53 -0800 (PST), Shizuka Kudo wrote: Dear all, Does anyone have tested whether this card works with current 5.0 NEWCARD? I tried it on a Thinkpad 600X with current 5.0 cvsupped yestersday and received a kernel: found-vendor=0x10ec, dev=0x8138,

World broken again?

2002-01-15 Thread Emiel Kollof
Hi guys, Yet again, building the world is broken again for me. I am using freshly cvsupped sources as of yesterday evening (CET that is) For good measure, output from uname: FreeBSD azazel.ipv6.hackerheaven.org 5.0-CURRENT FreeBSD 5.0-CURRENT #17: Mon Jan 7 16:28:34 CET 2002 [EMAIL

Re: World broken again?

2002-01-15 Thread Ruslan Ermilov
On Tue, Jan 15, 2002 at 02:10:45PM +0100, Emiel Kollof wrote: [share/man/man3/Makefile breakage] Already fixed in src/share/man/man3/Makefile,v 1.21. Cheers, -- Ruslan Ermilov Oracle Developer/DBA, [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sunbay Software AG, [EMAIL PROTECTED] FreeBSD

Re: rpcbind panic

2002-01-15 Thread Kenneth Culver
I can second this. I have seen the same panic, but was too lazy to hand copy it. Ken On Mon, 14 Jan 2002, Michael McGoldrick wrote: Kernel and world built with sources cvsupped as of Mon Jan 14 18:44:04 GMT from cvsup.freebsd.org. The panic message is hand copied. Please send me a mail if

Re: Trace for rpcbind panic

2002-01-15 Thread Kenneth Culver
This is the same backtrace I got when I tried it too... The system would get all the way through booting, then fam (I'm assuming) sent something to rpcbind, which then caused this panic. Ken On Mon, 14 Jan 2002, Michael McGoldrick wrote: The trace was short, so I wrote the whole thing down.

Re: Melco LPC4-CLX-CB support in 5.0-Current NEWCARD

2002-01-15 Thread M. Warner Losh
In message: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Shizuka Kudo [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: : kernel: found-vendor=0x10ec, dev=0x8138, revid=0x10 ... : kernel: cardbus0: unknown card (vendor=0x10ec, dev=0x8138) at 0.0 irq 11. Try adding this ID to the dc driver? Warner To Unsubscribe: send mail

Re: Melco LPC4-CLX-CB support in 5.0-Current NEWCARD

2002-01-15 Thread M. Warner Losh
In message: [EMAIL PROTECTED] M. Warner Losh [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: : In message: [EMAIL PROTECTED] : Shizuka Kudo [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: : : kernel: found-vendor=0x10ec, dev=0x8138, revid=0x10 : ... : : kernel: cardbus0: unknown card (vendor=0x10ec,

cvsup7.freebsd.org down until further notice

2002-01-15 Thread John Polstra
CVSup7.freebsd.org is having hardware problems. It will be down until further notice -- probably at least 2 weeks. For a list of mirror sites, see: http://www.freebsd.org/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/books/handbook/cvsup.html#CVSUP-MIRRORS John To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with

Netatalk broken in current? Lock order reversal?

2002-01-15 Thread Emiel Kollof
My kernel compile from fresh CURRENT sources bombed today with this: linking kernel.debug ddp_input.o: In function `atintr': /usr/src/sys/netatalk/ddp_input.c:51: multiple definition of `atintrq1_present' intrq.o(.data+0x0):/usr/src/sys/net/intrq.c: first defined here ddp_input.o: In function

RE: Netatalk broken in current? Lock order reversal?

2002-01-15 Thread John Baldwin
On 15-Jan-02 Emiel Kollof wrote: My kernel compile from fresh CURRENT sources bombed today with this: linking kernel.debug ddp_input.o: In function `atintr': /usr/src/sys/netatalk/ddp_input.c:51: multiple definition of `atintrq1_present' intrq.o(.data+0x0):/usr/src/sys/net/intrq.c: first

LINT not compiling:

2002-01-15 Thread Julian Elischer
../../../dev/usb/uhci.c: In function `uhci_dump_all': ../../../dev/usb/uhci.c:694: structure has no member named `hlink' ../../../dev/usb/uhci.c: At top level: ../../../dev/usb/uhci.c:1270: warning: `uhci_reset' defined but not used ../../../dev/usb/uhci.c:261: warning: `uhci_dump_ii' used but

-CURRENT as of 14 Jan seems slow

2002-01-15 Thread David Wolfskill
I've been tracking -CURRENT daily, both on a dual-833 MhZ build machine and on my laptop. I still do the bulk of my real work while running -STABLE, so the main workout I give -CURRENT is in building the following day's -CURRENT. I mention this in order to provide a bit of perspective in what

Re: Netatalk broken in current? Lock order reversal?

2002-01-15 Thread Emiel Kollof
* John Baldwin ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: The panics moan about a kernel trap and some mutex stuff involving Giant. It only happens when I start Samba. Having the actual panic messages would be very helpful here. Hmm, I will proceed to crash my machine again and have a go in hand

RE: -CURRENT as of 14 Jan seems slow

2002-01-15 Thread David Wolfskill
Date: Tue, 15 Jan 2002 16:46:17 -0800 (PST) From: John Baldwin [EMAIL PROTECTED] On 16-Jan-02 David Wolfskill wrote: So... is this worth pursuing a bit more? Two questions: 1) Do you have WITNESS on in your kernel config? Yes, in both the build machine the laptop -- since before I made a

Re: Netatalk broken in current? Lock order reversal?

2002-01-15 Thread Emiel Kollof
* John Baldwin ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: lock order reversal 1st 0xc185e934 filedesc structure @ /usr/src/sys/kern/kern_descrip.c:925 2nd 0xc0419b00 Giant @ /usr/src/sys/kern/kern_descrip.c:959 This one is due to not releasing the filedesc lock when grabbing Giant to free oldofile in

Re: -CURRENT as of 14 Jan seems slow

2002-01-15 Thread Niels Chr. Bank-Pedersen
On Tue, Jan 15, 2002 at 04:56:03PM -0800, David Wolfskill wrote: [...] I gather no one else has noticed this? Not here at least (timestamps are CET): note% ls -l /var/log/build/buildworld.log* -rw-r--r-- 1 root wheel 5728428 15 Jan 22:58 /var/log/build/buildworld.log -rw-r--r-- 1 root

RE: -CURRENT as of 14 Jan seems slow

2002-01-15 Thread John Baldwin
On 16-Jan-02 David Wolfskill wrote: Date: Tue, 15 Jan 2002 16:46:17 -0800 (PST) From: John Baldwin [EMAIL PROTECTED] On 16-Jan-02 David Wolfskill wrote: So... is this worth pursuing a bit more? Two questions: 1) Do you have WITNESS on in your kernel config? Yes, in both the build

Re: Netatalk broken in current? Lock order reversal?

2002-01-15 Thread John Baldwin
On 16-Jan-02 Emiel Kollof wrote: * John Baldwin ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: lock order reversal 1st 0xc185e934 filedesc structure @ /usr/src/sys/kern/kern_descrip.c:925 2nd 0xc0419b00 Giant @ /usr/src/sys/kern/kern_descrip.c:959 This one is due to not releasing the filedesc lock when

Re: Netatalk broken in current? Lock order reversal?

2002-01-15 Thread Emiel Kollof
* John Baldwin ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: /var: lost blocks 62 files 8 No, that's softupdates stuff. I think releasing filedesc is ok this case, but usually I would recode it to move malloc's and free's around to avoid having to drop and reacquire locks. Ah right... Good to know...

Re: Netatalk broken in current? Lock order reversal?

2002-01-15 Thread Ian Dowse
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED], Emiel Kollof writes: Oh, on another note, is someone working at that netatalk breakage? Who do I have to discipline for that? :-) Could you try the following patch in src/sys/netatalk? The problem was caused by the -fno-common compiler option that was added to the

Re: Netatalk broken in current? Lock order reversal?

2002-01-15 Thread Emiel Kollof
* Ian Dowse ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: Oh, on another note, is someone working at that netatalk breakage? Who do I have to discipline for that? :-) Could you try the following patch in src/sys/netatalk? The problem was caused by the -fno-common compiler option that was added to the kernel

Re: Melco LPC4-CLX-CB support in 5.0-Current NEWCARD

2002-01-15 Thread Shizuka Kudo
All, Thank you for your support. The card should have been recognized in NEWCARD. It is my fault that I thought my Thinkpad was running NEWCARD but in fact was a custom kernel without rl support. In addition, I did not experience the hang that was mentioned by another YAMAMOTO san. --- Taku

Re: Netatalk broken in current? Lock order reversal?

2002-01-15 Thread Emiel Kollof
* Emiel Kollof ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: This compiles for me, but I haven't checked that it actually works. I will test it. (run netatalk and transfer some files to and fro) It compiled, and after making a connection with Appletalk with one of my macs, file transfers went off without a

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RE: -CURRENT as of 14 Jan seems slow

2002-01-15 Thread Bruce Evans
On Tue, 15 Jan 2002, David Wolfskill wrote: Date: Tue, 15 Jan 2002 16:46:17 -0800 (PST) From: John Baldwin [EMAIL PROTECTED] Two questions: 1) Do you have WITNESS on in your kernel config? Yes, in both the build machine the laptop -- since before I made a local hierarchy within my CVS

size of /usr/src

2002-01-15 Thread Arvind Srivaths
Hi, I created a separate partition for /usr/src (around 420MB) and cvsup ran out of space. Can someone give me a rough idea of how big it is? Also, I should be able to use growfs (after booting off of a floppy) to increase the size of the partition (if the slice has space), right? How about