Re: nullfs and unionfs

2001-12-28 Thread BOUWSMA Beery
[replies sent directly to me may timeout and bounce, since I'm not online as often as I should be, but I'll check the list archives] I wrote a while back to freebsd-hackers: Is it safe (relatively speaking) to use the null and the union filesystems? Well, so far I have had no serious

Re: Performance of -current vs -stable

2002-02-06 Thread BOUWSMA Beery
Serwoas! %s wrote on %.3s, %lld Sep 1993 Could it be due to the DDB, INVARIANTS WITNESS options in the kernel? If it is that's fine with me, I'm just wondering where that magnitude of a slowdown would be coming from. WITNESS can really hurt. Quite possibly I should turn it off in

Lock order reversals, login-related, maybe...

2002-02-06 Thread BOUWSMA Beery
Are the following lock order reversals something that I should mention when I encounter them, in general? On the other hand, this is from an older -current, built 25.Jan, before which I don't see these messages, while after installworld/reboot, I see them, except I haven't normally booted into

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: 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

Minor things: swi_net: unregistered isr number

2002-02-10 Thread BOUWSMA Beery
If this might be of interest: kernel built 07.feb at boot time... | Doing initial network setup: hostname. * swi_net: unregistered isr number: 18. | xl0: flags=8843UP,BROADCAST,RUNNING,SIMPLEX,MULTICAST mtu 1500 | options=3rxcsum,txcsum [...] This is (probably) the dhclient being run at

Lock order reversals, login-related, maybe...

2002-02-11 Thread BOUWSMA Beery
Are the following lock order reversals something that I should mention when I encounter them, in general? On the other hand, this is from an older -current, built 25.Jan, before which I don't see these messages, while after installworld/reboot, I see them, except I haven't normally booted into

MODULES_WITH_WORLD=true means no modules?

2002-02-11 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: MODULES_WITH_WORLD=true means no modules?

2002-02-11 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

Minor things: swi_net: unregistered isr number

2002-02-11 Thread BOUWSMA Beery
If this might be of interest: kernel built 07.feb at boot time... | Doing initial network setup: hostname. * swi_net: unregistered isr number: 18. | xl0: flags=8843UP,BROADCAST,RUNNING,SIMPLEX,MULTICAST mtu 1500 | options=3rxcsum,txcsum [...] This is (probably) the dhclient being run at

Re: Performance of -current vs -stable

2002-02-11 Thread BOUWSMA Beery
Serwoas! %s wrote on %.3s, %lld Sep 1993 Could it be due to the DDB, INVARIANTS WITNESS options in the kernel? If it is that's fine with me, I'm just wondering where that magnitude of a slowdown would be coming from. WITNESS can really hurt. Quite possibly I should turn it off in

Re: message regurgitation from bestweb.net, not me...

2002-02-11 Thread BOUWSMA Beery
I just wrote In case anyone else hasn't figured out why you're seeing a few old I read this list via usenet, so here's relevant headers from a post Murphy's law. The news swerver I read from has stopped getting any new articles after about three bestweb regurgitations, which I didn't

message regurgitation from bestweb.net, not me...

2002-02-11 Thread BOUWSMA Beery
] Note that the messages sent to the list have a different msgid than the originals and are all [EMAIL PROTECTED] . I read this list via usenet, so here's relevant headers from a post that ``I'' just made: Original-Date: Wed, 6 Feb 2002 16:03:16 +0100 (CET) From: BOUWSMA Beery [EMAIL PROTECTED

Re: buildworld error

2002-06-26 Thread BOUWSMA Beery
[This is an IPv6-only e-mail address, if you have any need to respond to this and send me a copy but do not have IPv6- capability, strip out the obvious part of the address, but I follow the list archives so no need to mail me] /usr/src/lib/libc/net/gethostbydns.c: In function

Re: custom kernel

2002-06-26 Thread BOUWSMA Beery
# diff -u2 /usr/src/Makefile.inc1.orig /usr/src/Makefile.inc1 --- /usr/src/Makefile.inc1.origMon Apr 29 20:42:50 2002 +++ /usr/src/Makefile.inc1 Tue Jun 25 20:05:28 2002 @@ -402,9 +402,10 @@ KRNLCONFDIR= ${KRNLSRCDIR}/${TARGET}/conf KRNLOBJDIR=

duplicate includes in kdump/ioctl.c ?

2002-06-27 Thread BOUWSMA Beery
[don't mail me, I'm going on holiday Real Soon Now again] Am I the only one getting duplicated #include lines in the generated ioctl.c file, created as part of building usr.bin/kdump? Probably yes, because when I build things in other locations (I'm using a MAKEOBJDIRPREFIX), I don't see the

Re: duplicate includes in kdump/ioctl.c ?

2002-07-04 Thread BOUWSMA Beery
Sorry to answer myself, but after a bit of free time to reflect on this, I may as well talk back at myself. I wrote: Am I the only one getting duplicated #include lines in the generated ioctl.c file, created as part of building usr.bin/kdump? YES! 27 #include cam/scsi/scsi_pass.h

Re: GEOM and NetBSD partitions/disklabels

2002-10-13 Thread BOUWSMA Beery
[IPv6-only address above; strip the obvious for IPv4-only mail] We never had to ability to do this before. GEOM can probably do it for you, with something like this patch: snip Oops. Now I get the same error with both kinds of partitions: disklabel: ioctl DIOCGDINFO: Operation not

Re: GEOM and NetBSD partitions/disklabels

2002-10-14 Thread BOUWSMA Beery
[IPv6-only address above; strip the obvious for IPv4-only mail] ...That is, your kernel can mount the NetBSD partitions with their 16 partitions within, even if `disklabel' doesn't work yet... Heh, I just mounted the NBSD partition using an un-patched FBSD kernel with GEOM, even though