Re: Non 386 testers REALLY NEEDED

2002-02-07 Thread Terry Lambert
Peter Wemm wrote: The following files: src/gnu/usr.bin/cc/cc_tools/auto-host.h src/gnu/usr.bin/cc/cc_tools/freebsd-native.h .. are vaguely based on stuff that configure generated and are hand tweaked to deal with the *freebsd* environment (eg: whether printf supports %p etc), rather

Re: gcc3.x issues

2002-02-07 Thread Terry Lambert
Max Khon wrote: please calm down. seems that you have never installed gcc from ports. gcc 2.95 from ports is installed as gcc295/g++295 and correctly gets its bits from /usr/local/lib/gcc-lib/xxx, gcc 3.0x from ports is named gcc30/g++30 and so on. There is no PATH issue. Switching between

Re: Performance of -current vs -stable

2002-02-07 Thread Cejka Rudolf
Garance A Drosihn wrote (2002/02/06): Anything else I should check? I realize there's about a million differences between the two branches, and there might also be something about my machine's setup which is a major culprit here. I'm just looking for a basic idea of what other people have

Re: Promise/ATA-Raid making panic in -CURRENT?

2002-02-07 Thread Tom Servo
The bad ivar request (4) message does *not* come from the ATA driver, you must have something else that is ruining your day... Does it boot if you take out the promise board ? I was in a hurry yesterday and let the kernel compile w/o the ata driver while being under the shower. Without the

Re: Mergemaster niggle

2002-02-07 Thread Crist J. Clark
On Wed, Feb 06, 2002 at 02:13:08PM -0600, David W. Chapman Jr. wrote: What I think mergemaster should do is compere the file with the original checked out one it claims to be and if it's the same, it should just update silently.. i.e. if the user didn't change anything in th old one he's

Re: Promise/ATA-Raid making panic in -CURRENT?

2002-02-07 Thread Søren Schmidt
It seems Tom Servo wrote: The bad ivar request (4) message does *not*?come from the ATA driver, you must have something else that is ruining your day... Does it boot if you take out the promise board ? I was in a hurry yesterday and let the kernel compile w/o the ata driver while

/dev/rtc not configured message when starting VMWare2 on -current

2002-02-07 Thread Georg-W Koltermann
Hi, since many weeks I get /dev/rtc: device not configured in -current when I start VMWare2. The VMWare2 port works fine otherwise. Yes, rtc-2001.09.16.1 is installed, and the module is loaded during startup. -- Regards, Georg. To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with unsubscribe

/dev/rtc not configured message when starting VMWare2 on -current

2002-02-07 Thread Georg-W Koltermann
Hi, since many weeks I get /dev/rtc: device not configured in -current when I start VMWare2. The VMWare2 port works fine otherwise. Yes, rtc-2001.09.16.1 is installed, and the module is loaded during startup. -- Regards, Georg. To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with unsubscribe

Re: Promise/ATA-Raid making panic in -CURRENT?

2002-02-07 Thread Tom Servo
I was in a hurry yesterday and let the kernel compile w/o the ata driver while being under the shower. Without the ata driver it does boot. Just wanted to let you know. I'll take the Promise out when I got some more time (latest friday evening). Hmm, I need alot more info the,

PCCARD not working on HP Omnibook 6100

2002-02-07 Thread Georg-W Koltermann
Hi, I can't get my PCMCIA card to work on my HP Omnibook 6100. -current is from Feb 6. During boot I get: Feb 7 10:14:04 hunter kernel: pcic0: TI PCI-1420 PCI-CardBus Bridge irq 5 at device 5.0 on pci2 Feb 7 10:14:04 hunter kernel: pcic0: PCI Memory allocated: 0xd020 Feb 7

Re: Promise/ATA-Raid making panic in -CURRENT?

2002-02-07 Thread Søren Schmidt
It seems Tom Servo wrote: Hmm, I need alot more info the, board chipset, what exact Promise controller etc etc, and of cause the usual dmesg Here's the box: Asus CUV4X-D mainboard, VIA 694X, dual-capable 2x P3-933, 768MB PC133 RAM in 3 DIMM(s) Two IBM IC35L 60.1GB disks on first

Re: Non 386 testers REALLY NEEDED

2002-02-07 Thread Benno Rice
On Thu, 2002-02-07 at 08:01, Julian Elischer wrote: for the set of patches at: http://www.freebsd.org/~julian/adiff these patches SHOULD NOT EFFECT your system except to do some slight re-aranging of stuff in the kernel. THe aim is to get this committed to 'clarify' the upcoming KSE

Re: Support for atapi cdrw as scsi in -current?

2002-02-07 Thread Max Khon
hi, there! On Tue, Feb 05, 2002 at 08:14:22PM +0100, Thomas Quinot wrote: Is there a place where I can find this updated patch which will work for me in the current -current? Thanks. I put up updated patches at http://www.cuivre.fr.eu.org/~thomas/atapicam/ For -CURRENT, you

Re: Support for atapi cdrw as scsi in -current?

2002-02-07 Thread Max Khon
hi, there! On Thu, Feb 07, 2002 at 12:38:08PM +0100, Søren Schmidt wrote: I put up updated patches at http://www.cuivre.fr.eu.org/~thomas/atapicam/ For -CURRENT, you should be using the latest one (of today) which fixes a silly line inversion. I'd be very interested in

Re: Max size of a process in FreeBSD.

2002-02-07 Thread Dag-Erling Smorgrav
Doug White [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: It's limited to MAXDSIZ (max data size). Not quite - the size of the data segment is limited to the value of 'limits -d', which starts out at DFLDSIZ and cannot be larger than MAXDSIZ. Likewise, the size of the stack is limited to the value of 'limits -s',

Problems setting up TCP/IP in 5.0-CURRENT...

2002-02-07 Thread Jordan Breeding
Hello, I have been using -current for a few weeks now after converting from linux and then finding that a lot of things I wanted to do only work in -current and not -stable. However the only thing which I can not get to work exactly as it did in Linux on -current are my TCP/IP settings.

Re: ThinkPad X22 PC-Card slot problem

2002-02-07 Thread non
From: M. Warner Losh [EMAIL PROTECTED] Date: Wed, 06 Feb 2002 19:33:32 -0700 (MST) Hmmm. This looks ugly. :-( I can't boot with acpi enabled on my Dell Inspiron 8000. I can boot with apm enabled. There are issues with routing interrupts accross PCI PCI bridges at the moment when the slots

Re: Problems setting up TCP/IP in 5.0-CURRENT...

2002-02-07 Thread Terry Lambert
Jordan Breeding wrote: #ifconfig xl0 192.168.1.2 netmask 255.255.255.0 #ifconfig xl1 192.168.1.3 netmask 255.255.255.0 This is bogus. You are telling the machine that the 192.168.1 net exists on both xl0 and xl1. It exists on only one or the other of them. To which interface do you expect

current.freebsd.org down?

2002-02-07 Thread Miguel Mendez
Hi, I know this is probably offtopic but is there any problem with current.freebsd.org at the moment? I've been unable to log in for almost an hour, the ftp daemon is up, it just doesn't allow me in and I was about to load -CURRENT on my laptop. Any idea? Cheers, -- Miguel Mendez -

Re: current.freebsd.org down?

2002-02-07 Thread Chris Faulhaber
On Thu, Feb 07, 2002 at 04:44:36PM +0100, Miguel Mendez wrote: Hi, I know this is probably offtopic but is there any problem with current.freebsd.org at the moment? I've been unable to log in for almost an hour, the ftp daemon is up, it just doesn't allow me in and I was about to load

Re: current.freebsd.org down?

2002-02-07 Thread Will Andrews
On Thu, Feb 07, 2002 at 04:44:36PM +0100, Miguel Mendez wrote: I know this is probably offtopic but is there any problem with current.freebsd.org at the moment? I've been unable to log in for almost an hour, the ftp daemon is up, it just doesn't allow me in and I was about to load -CURRENT

Re: current.freebsd.org down?

2002-02-07 Thread Makoto Matsushita
I know this is probably offtopic but is there any problem with current.freebsd.org at the moment? Hmm... galtvalion % ftp current.freebsd.org Connected to usw2.freebsd.org. 220 usw2.freebsd.org FTP server (Version 6.00LS) ready. Name (current.freebsd.org:matusita): ftp 331 Guest login ok,

Re: current.freebsd.org down?

2002-02-07 Thread Makoto Matsushita
will Jordan announced recently that Qwest is upgrading the hardware will and that there would be intermittent problems with the server for will a certain period (a few days as I recall). It would be: From: Jordan Hubbard [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: stable.freebsd.org AKA releng4.freebsd.org

new page cache for linux

2002-02-07 Thread Nero
Just thought I'd bring your attention to the new radix tree page cache in use by linux - I dont know what freebsd do at the moment, but it looks like it will improve scalability (you guys might want to use the idea). Anyway, heres the link: http://lwn.net/2002/0207/kernel.php3 -- It's not

Re: ThinkPad X22 PC-Card slot problem

2002-02-07 Thread M. Warner Losh
In message: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: : From: M. Warner Losh [EMAIL PROTECTED] : Date: Wed, 06 Feb 2002 19:33:32 -0700 (MST) : Hmmm. This looks ugly. :-( I can't boot with acpi enabled on my Dell : Inspiron 8000. I can boot with apm enabled. There are issues

PAM Error

2002-02-07 Thread Beech Rintoul
Yesterday I tried to use SWAT for the first time since the PAM configs were moved from /etc/pam.conf and I'm getting the following error: Feb 6 22:54:05 galaxy swat: PAM _pam_init_handlers: could not open /etc/pam.conf What do I need to do to fix this? TIA, Beech --

Re: gcc3.x issues

2002-02-07 Thread Joe Kelsey
David O'Brien writes: On Wed, Feb 06, 2002 at 05:47:07PM -0800, Joe Kelsey wrote: What is so hard about allowing someone to specify the list of frontends to provide at system build time? I thought that gcc was supposed to be a modular compiler system, and that all we are asking for is

Re: Performance of -current vs -stable

2002-02-07 Thread Georg-W Koltermann
At Wed, 06 Feb 2002 23:33:14 -0500 (EST), John Baldwin wrote: [...] I guess. Note that you can use a loader tunable 'debug.witness_watch' to turn witness off from the loader. If it's set to 0 witness won't be used even if it's compiled into the kernel (just a general FYI, witness(4)

Re: gcc3.x issues

2002-02-07 Thread Alfred Perlstein
* Joe Kelsey [EMAIL PROTECTED] [020207 09:36] wrote: David O'Brien writes: On Wed, Feb 06, 2002 at 05:47:07PM -0800, Joe Kelsey wrote: What is so hard about allowing someone to specify the list of frontends to provide at system build time? I thought that gcc was supposed to be a

Re: current.freebsd.org down?

2002-02-07 Thread Jordan Hubbard
This is a different problem. The stable.freebsd.org machine, on which all the really big NFS storage lives, failed to come back up from a reboot last night and I'm trying to get it restarted now. The terminal server also appears to be sick or I'd be able to intervene remotely. :( - Jordan

Re: gcc3.x issues

2002-02-07 Thread David O'Brien
On Thu, Feb 07, 2002 at 01:00:19AM -0800, Terry Lambert wrote: Max Khon wrote: please calm down. seems that you have never installed gcc from ports. gcc 2.95 from ports is installed as gcc295/g++295 and correctly gets its bits from /usr/local/lib/gcc-lib/xxx, gcc 3.0x from ports is

Re: Performance of -current vs -stable

2002-02-07 Thread Wilko Bulte
On Thu, Feb 07, 2002 at 10:15:02AM +0100, Cejka Rudolf wrote: Garance A Drosihn wrote (2002/02/06): Anything else I should check? I realize there's about a million differences between the two branches, and there might also be something about my machine's setup which is a major culprit

Re: How about gcj? (Re: Not committing WARNS settings...)

2002-02-07 Thread David O'Brien
On Thu, Feb 07, 2002 at 12:39:35AM -0500, Mikhail Teterin wrote: I believe, what I see. And that is, FreeBSD includes both -- gdb and gcc, but only one libbfd, thankfully. And I want to be able to use that same libbfd for my own development and for porting of other compilers and

Re: How about gcj? (Re: Not committing WARNS settings...)

2002-02-07 Thread Wilko Bulte
On Thu, Feb 07, 2002 at 10:11:33AM -0800, David O'Brien wrote: On Thu, Feb 07, 2002 at 12:39:35AM -0500, Mikhail Teterin wrote: I believe, what I see. And that is, FreeBSD includes both -- gdb and gcc, but only one libbfd, thankfully. And I want to be able to use that same libbfd for

Re: gcc3.x issues

2002-02-07 Thread Nat Lanza
On Thu, 2002-02-07 at 12:59, Alfred Perlstein wrote: These comments are not useless, most committers have day jobs that unfortunetly preclude them from having time to work on every little feature request. Furthermore asking for patches is the exact opposite of being smug at least in the way

Re: How about gcj? (Re: Not committing WARNS settings...)

2002-02-07 Thread David O'Brien
On Thu, Feb 07, 2002 at 07:29:57PM +0100, Wilko Bulte wrote: - is GCC3 also better on Alpha as far as correctness of the generated code goes? Or is that what you mean by bad optimised code ? We shall see. - The gcc 2.95 compiler is quite a bit slower (it appears) on Alpha than on x86.

Re: How about gcj? (Re: Not committing WARNS settings...)

2002-02-07 Thread Wilko Bulte
On Thu, Feb 07, 2002 at 10:35:41AM -0800, David O'Brien wrote: On Thu, Feb 07, 2002 at 07:29:57PM +0100, Wilko Bulte wrote: - is GCC3 also better on Alpha as far as correctness of the generated code goes? Or is that what you mean by bad optimised code ? We shall see. OK. 8-) - The

Re: Performance of -current vs -stable

2002-02-07 Thread Martin Faxér
On Thu, 7 Feb 2002 19:08:07 +0100 Wilko Bulte [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Thu, Feb 07, 2002 at 10:15:02AM +0100, Cejka Rudolf wrote: I'm just looking for a basic idea of what other people have been seeing for performance when they run current. There is another common source of

Re: gcc3.x issues

2002-02-07 Thread David O'Brien
On Thu, Feb 07, 2002 at 01:30:22PM -0500, Nat Lanza wrote: Surely you see the difference between That's an interesting idea; can you generate some patches so we can take a look and see how it works out? and WhereTF is your patch to do this?. Yes there is. Earlier on in the thread I would

Re: How about gcj? (Re: Not committing WARNS settings...)

2002-02-07 Thread David O'Brien
On Thu, Feb 07, 2002 at 07:39:36PM +0100, Wilko Bulte wrote: 3.1 will also be slower on the Alpha. It is really an issue of the code generator. Generating x86 code on an Alpha is faster than generating [native] Alpha code. The Alpha code generator is slow. It may be that all 64 bit or

Re: Non 386 testers REALLY NEEDED

2002-02-07 Thread David O'Brien
On Thu, Feb 07, 2002 at 12:41:33AM -0800, Terry Lambert wrote: Ports does the same thing: hand tweaks stuff instead of pushing the patches back to the projects that originated it. *sigh* Terry I respect your programming knowledge, but you are wrong here. I send out a *LOT* of patches to

Re: Non 386 testers REALLY NEEDED

2002-02-07 Thread Julian Elischer
thread0 is not the structure itself rather than a pointer that should be the only difference that should affect MD code On 7 Feb 2002, Benno Rice wrote: On Thu, 2002-02-07 at 08:01, Julian Elischer wrote: for the set of patches at: http://www.freebsd.org/~julian/adiff these

Re: gcc3.x issues

2002-02-07 Thread Alfred Perlstein
* Nat Lanza [EMAIL PROTECTED] [020207 10:30] wrote: On Thu, 2002-02-07 at 12:59, Alfred Perlstein wrote: These comments are not useless, most committers have day jobs that unfortunetly preclude them from having time to work on every little feature request. Furthermore asking for patches

Re: Bizzare problem..

2002-02-07 Thread Doug White
On Wed, 6 Feb 2002, Jacob Frelinger wrote: On Wed, Feb 06, 2002 at 01:08:10PM -0800, Doug White wrote: On Tue, 5 Feb 2002, Jacob Frelinger wrote: You aren't using a Linux version of vi, are you? It so happens a common freebsd system call maps to linux reboot() it shouldn't be.

MODULES_WITH_WORLD=true means no modules?

2002-02-07 Thread BOUWSMA Beery
Is it just me, or... I've changed my /etc/make.conf from the default, to be MODULES_WITH_WORLD=true # do not build modules when building kernel since I find myself often building new kernels (plus identical modules) without updating the rest of the source, taking extra time. I just finished the

Re: usb mouse won't work

2002-02-07 Thread pete
Doug White wrote: On Mon, 4 Feb 2002, Peter Schultz wrote: FreeBSD does not want to work with my USB mouse. I believe it to be a problem with the motherboard, a Tyan S1834. The mouse does work under BeOS and Windows so I know it's not toast. Also, the mouse works with FreeBSD on my

Re: Non 386 testers REALLY NEEDED

2002-02-07 Thread Andrew Gallatin
Julian Elischer writes: I've committed both the kernel diff and a libkvm diff that seems to work for me here. can you check it with the new -current again ? I'll build a kernel I'll be happy to try a buildworld under it. But from what I understand, the new binutils is broken

Re: gcc3.x issues

2002-02-07 Thread Terry Lambert
Alfred Perlstein wrote: Uh Joe... WhereTF is your patch to do this? My or your MTA seems to have deleted it. This is the atypical, smug, I'm a committer and your're not attitude that permeates so much of the upper echelons of the FreeBSD team. It really makes me sick that people

Lock order reversal on shutdown

2002-02-07 Thread Michael Nottebrock
In noticed this lock order reversal while shutting down the system to single-user in order to make installworld of my cvsup of today. I then tried again with the new world and the l.o.r. was still there. lock order reversal 1st 0xc0409dc0 allproc @ ../../../kern/vfs_syscalls.c:452 2nd

Re: gcc3.x issues

2002-02-07 Thread Joe Kelsey
Terry Lambert writes: I don't think Joe is debating; I think he wants to have a meta-discussion about what the problem space looks like, before submitting patches that light up his little corner, and dark up everything else. Thank you, Terry. Maybe I need to bring up the issue on -arch?

Re: gcc3.x issues

2002-02-07 Thread Terry Lambert
David O'Brien wrote: And hacking the Makefile a lot to specify command line arguments in the compiler program definition itself, so that the /usr/include/g++ files that came with the old compiler are not used for make release and other types of make targets where DESTDIR is fairly

Re: Performance of -current vs -stable

2002-02-07 Thread Terry Lambert
Wilko Bulte wrote: There is another common source of confusion: If anybody has IDE disks, write-caching is enabled by default in -stable, but disabled in -current. I don't think that is true anymore. -stable has WC enabled as well. Friends don't let friends cache writes ??? [1/2]

Re: MODULES_WITH_WORLD=true means no modules?

2002-02-07 Thread BOUWSMA Beery
MODULES_WITH_WORLD=true # do not build modules when building kernel ^^^ ...you need to read the option you enabled? Never mind, I figured out what happened, and will happen again in the future, since this doesn't quite

Re: gcc3.x issues

2002-02-07 Thread David O'Brien
On Thu, Feb 07, 2002 at 02:55:26PM -0800, Terry Lambert wrote: stuff; the ports stuff will be more problematic, of course, but much of that is already broken, in that the system compiler is passed, but the g++ compiler is searched out and preferred (!@#!$!@ autoconf/automake). env

Re: How about gcj? (Re: Not committing WARNS settings...)

2002-02-07 Thread Terry Lambert
David O'Brien wrote: 3.1 will also be slower on the Alpha. It is really an issue of the code generator. Generating x86 code on an Alpha is faster than generating [native] Alpha code. The Alpha code generator is slow. It may be that all 64 bit or RISC GCC code generation is slow -- we will

Re: gcc3.x issues

2002-02-07 Thread Johan Granlund
On 7 Feb 2002, Nat Lanza wrote: Surely you see the difference between That's an interesting idea; can you generate some patches so we can take a look and see how it works out? and WhereTF is your patch to do this?. One provides an opportunity for users to contribute, and the other is a

Re: Non 386 testers REALLY NEEDED

2002-02-07 Thread Terry Lambert
David O'Brien wrote: Ports does the same thing: hand tweaks stuff instead of pushing the patches back to the projects that originated it. *sigh* Terry I respect your programming knowledge, but you are wrong here. I send out a *LOT* of patches to the authors of ports I maintain (and I

Re: Non 386 testers REALLY NEEDED

2002-02-07 Thread Wilko Bulte
On Thu, Feb 07, 2002 at 04:28:03PM -0500, Andrew Gallatin wrote: Julian Elischer writes: I've committed both the kernel diff and a libkvm diff that seems to work for me here. can you check it with the new -current again ? I'll build a kernel I'll be happy to try a

VMware Workstation 3.0 For FreeBSD

2002-02-07 Thread Glenn Gombert
Does anyone know if there is an active effort to port VMware Workstation 3.0 for Linux to run under FreeBSD ?? Version 2 of Workstation is no longer avaiable it seems... Thanks, Glenn G. Glenn Gombert [EMAIL PROTECTED] To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with unsubscribe

Re: gcc3.x issues

2002-02-07 Thread Terry Lambert
David O'Brien wrote: stuff; the ports stuff will be more problematic, of course, but much of that is already broken, in that the system compiler is passed, but the g++ compiler is searched out and preferred (!@#!$!@ autoconf/automake). env CXX=foo++ ./configure I had to be a bit

World breakage (lib/libroken)

2002-02-07 Thread Jun Kuriyama
Is this the problem on my local environment only? === libroken awk -f /usr/src/kerberos5/lib/libroken/../../../crypto/heimdal/lib/roken/roken.awk /usr/src/kerberos5/lib/libroken/../../../crypto/heimdal/lib/roken/roken.h.in make-roken.c awk:

ucred for threads

2002-02-07 Thread Julian Elischer
As part of the KSe stuff I ended up changing ht ebehaviour of threads with respect to their ucreds. Previously, they freed their ucred reference when they entered user space and picked them up again when they re-entered the kernel. It there was an AST then they re-loaded teh already freed ucred

Re: MODULES_WITH_WORLD=true means no modules?

2002-02-07 Thread David O'Brien
On Thu, Feb 07, 2002 at 09:57:47PM +0100, BOUWSMA Beery wrote: I've changed my /etc/make.conf from the default, to be MODULES_WITH_WORLD=true # do not build modules when building kernel since I find myself often building new kernels (plus identical modules) without updating the rest of the

Re: Non 386 testers REALLY NEEDED

2002-02-07 Thread Andrew Gallatin
Julian Elischer writes: I've committed both the kernel diff and a libkvm diff that seems to work for me here. can you check it with the new -current again ? World breakage on alpha: usr/src/gnu/usr.bin/binutils/gdb/alpha/kvm-fbsd.c: In function `set_proc_cmd':

Re: ucred for threads

2002-02-07 Thread Terry Lambert
Julian Elischer wrote: In the KSE code I have: in trap(), and syscall() if (td-td_ucred != p-p_ucred) { PROC_LOCK(p); if (td-td_ucred) { crfree(td-td_ucred); td-td_ucred = NULL; }

Re: Non 386 testers REALLY NEEDED

2002-02-07 Thread Julian Elischer
ok here's the fix that went into libkvm http://www.freebsd.org/cgi/cvsweb.cgi/src/lib/libkvm/kvm_proc.c.diff?r1=1.41r2=1.42 basically you have to map in the thread structure separatly to the proc structure, using the first entry in the linked list of threads. Obviously this only works for a

Re: ucred for threads

2002-02-07 Thread Julian Elischer
On Thu, 7 Feb 2002, Terry Lambert wrote: Julian Elischer wrote: In the KSE code I have: in trap(), and syscall() if (td-td_ucred != p-p_ucred) { PROC_LOCK(p); if (td-td_ucred) { crfree(td-td_ucred);

possible world breakage warning..

2002-02-07 Thread Julian Elischer
there may be greakage in gdb due th the commit today.. I'm waiting for my buildworld to get sround to it so I can test my fix.. julian To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with unsubscribe freebsd-current in the body of the message

Re: VMware Workstation 3.0 For FreeBSD

2002-02-07 Thread Andrzej Bialecki
Does anyone know if there is an active effort to port VMware Workstation 3.0 for Linux to run under FreeBSD ?? Version 2 of Workstation is no longer avaiable it seems... It is still available, in the Support/Archive section of their website. I'd love to know if someone plans to port 3.0

time breakage.

2002-02-07 Thread Julian Elischer
phk, is this you? c++ -g -O -pipe -DHAVE_STDLIB_H=1 -DHAVE_UNISTD_H=1 -DHAVE_DIRENT_H=1 -DHAVE_LIMITS_H=1 -DHAVE_STRING_H=1 -DHAVE_STRINGS_H=1 -DHAVE_MATH_H=1 -DRET_TYPE_SRAND_IS_VOID=1 -DHAVE_SYS_NERR=1 -DHAVE_SYS_ERRLIST=1 -DHAVE_CC_LIMITS_H=1 -DRETSIGTYPE=void -DHAVE_STRUCT_EXCEPTION=1

Re: ucred for threads

2002-02-07 Thread Terry Lambert
Julian Elischer wrote: yes.. well in booting yuo can have a null ucred. ( I know,s I've hit it), but in general you are correct. [ ... ] What is the default state of td-td_ucred? on creation, NULL followed very rapidly with being set to p-p_ucred. (via crhold) Non-problem, then. If

Re: possible world breakage warning..

2002-02-07 Thread Julian Elischer
On Thu, 7 Feb 2002, Julian Elischer wrote: there may be greakage in gdb due th the commit today.. I'm waiting for my buildworld to get sround to it so I can test my fix.. julian the fix I am looking at testing is: Index: i386/kvm-fbsd.c

Re: ucred for threads

2002-02-07 Thread Julian Elischer
Terry I don't have time to work on it now, but if you would like to take a -current system and apply the threading KSE diffs from my web page, then maybe you can investigate whether I really ned the if clause or not.. I don't have time now to go back to it for a while On Thu, 7 Feb 2002,

Re: Performance of -current vs -stable

2002-02-07 Thread John Baldwin
On 07-Feb-02 Georg-W Koltermann wrote: At Wed, 06 Feb 2002 23:33:14 -0500 (EST), John Baldwin wrote: [...] I guess. Note that you can use a loader tunable 'debug.witness_watch' to turn witness off from the loader. If it's set to 0 witness won't be used even if it's compiled into the

Re: ucred for threads

2002-02-07 Thread Terry Lambert
Julian Elischer wrote: Terry I don't have time to work on it now, but if you would like to take a -current system and apply the threading KSE diffs from my web page, then maybe you can investigate whether I really ned the if clause or not.. I don't have time now to go back to it for a

RE: ucred for threads

2002-02-07 Thread John Baldwin
On 08-Feb-02 Julian Elischer wrote: As part of the KSe stuff I ended up changing ht ebehaviour of threads with respect to their ucreds. Previously, they freed their ucred reference when they entered user space and picked them up again when they re-entered the kernel. It there was an AST

Re: ucred for threads

2002-02-07 Thread John Baldwin
On 08-Feb-02 Terry Lambert wrote: Since the reference count is positive in both cases, an unlocked pointer comparison is fine. In the case where there is a race on a credential change in the unlocked value, that race exists in the calling code, anyway. The failure case in a change for-to

bremfree related panic

2002-02-07 Thread Giorgos Keramidas
I rebuilt my -CURRENT workstation last night. There still seems to be a minor problem though. While I was running XFree 3.x (a rather old build, compiled from ports): $ pkg_info | grep XFree XFree86-3.3.6_9 X11R6.3/XFree86 core distribution there was the following panic.

Re: new page cache for linux

2002-02-07 Thread Terry Lambert
Nero wrote: Just thought I'd bring your attention to the new radix tree page cache in use by linux - I dont know what freebsd do at the moment, but it looks like it will improve scalability (you guys might want to use the idea). Anyway, heres the link: http://lwn.net/2002/0207/kernel.php3

RE: bremfree related panic

2002-02-07 Thread John Baldwin
On 08-Feb-02 Giorgos Keramidas wrote: (The bremfree panic is the second panic in the row, so it's probably a whole different problem in itself.) Yep. IdlePTD at phsyical address 0x003d1000 initial pcb at physical address 0x00329bc0 panicstr: bremfree: bp 0xc2161734 not locked

RE: ucred for threads

2002-02-07 Thread Julian Elischer
On Thu, 7 Feb 2002, John Baldwin wrote: This code is not safe on SMP non-i386 machines (i.e. ia64, sparc64, alpha, and possibly p3 and later i386's) because the p_ucred value you read could easily be a stale value, thus rendering the test invalid. You need the lock for the compare.

Re: gcc3.x issues

2002-02-07 Thread Eric Melville
Wasn't Eric Melville going to fix this by turning the normal system components into packages? 8-) 8-). Yeah, I'm just rather busy between work and school these days. I'm giving a little presentation on this at BSDCon, hopefully I can rope some more folks in to the project. To Unsubscribe:

Re: ucred for threads

2002-02-07 Thread Terry Lambert
John Baldwin wrote: No, an unlocked compare is _not_ ok. What if the p_ucred pointer was changed on some other processor by another thread from this processor? I saw your response to Julian... I understand the concern, but I think it's unfounded. Let me explain. Without a lock you don't

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Re: time breakage.

2002-02-07 Thread Poul-Henning Kamp
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED], Ju lian Elischer writes: phk, is this you? /usr/include/sys/time.h:137: integer constant out of range /usr/include/sys/time.h:137: warning: decimal integer constant is so large that it is unsigned Yes, that was me, seems like I did my buildworld test in the wrong