linux64.ko fails to load in -CURRENT

2017-07-28 Thread R. Tyler Croy
I have noticed this over the past couple weeks with my -CURRENT laptop that 64-bit linux compatibility is failing to load, and I'm not entirely sure why. My current kernel is based off of r321626. When I run `kldload linux64` it fails with the following: link_elf_obj: symbol

Re: linux64.ko fails to load in -CURRENT

2017-07-28 Thread Alexander Kabaev
On Fri, 28 Jul 2017 08:50:32 -0700 "R. Tyler Croy" wrote: > I have noticed this over the past couple weeks with my -CURRENT > laptop that 64-bit linux compatibility is failing to load, and I'm > not entirely sure why. My current kernel is based off of r321626. > > When I

Re: linux64.ko fails to load in -CURRENT

2017-07-28 Thread R. Tyler Croy
(replies inline) On Fri, 28 Jul 2017, Alexander Kabaev wrote: > On Fri, 28 Jul 2017 08:50:32 -0700 > "R. Tyler Croy" wrote: > > > I have noticed this over the past couple weeks with my -CURRENT > > laptop that 64-bit linux compatibility is failing to load, and I'm > > not

NFSv4 server configs may need nfsuserd_enable="YES"

2017-07-28 Thread Rick Macklem
As of r321665, an NFSv4 server configuration that supports NFSv4 Kerberos mounts or NFSv4 clients that do not support the uid/gid in the owner/owner_group string will need to have: nfsuserd_enable="YES" in the machine's /etc/rc.conf file. The background to this is that the capability to put