Re: /etc/fstab vs. /sbin/mount -p

1999-07-15 Thread David Malone
On Thu, Jul 15, 1999 at 01:32:50PM -0400, John W. DeBoskey wrote: It seems to have dropped the v2 flag... Mount can only get generic options back again - I went looking for a way to get the other options back again when I was adding the fstab and cur options to mount, but couldn't find any.

Re: Panic plus advice needed

1999-08-05 Thread David Malone
On Thu, Aug 05, 1999 at 10:10:49AM +0930, Greg Lehey wrote: So... IMHO, if we can fix this as well, it would be worth it for all the people who get core dumps but didn't build debug kernels. Do you disagree? I disagree that this should even be necessary. This kind of detail was

Re: Panic with NFSv3 on a CURRENT/SMP system

1999-08-22 Thread David Malone
On Sun, Aug 22, 1999 at 10:24:33PM +0200, Ollivier Robert wrote: That's what I'm thinking but compiling NFS into the kernel "fixed" my panic. The weird part is that I'm still using INVARIANT. I don't see why the condition is not met when compiling all these together and is when using the kld.

Re: new sigset_t and upgrading: a proposal

1999-09-30 Thread David Malone
On Thu, Sep 30, 1999 at 12:13:32PM +0200, Marcel Moolenaar wrote: So, the problem can be split into: A) New syscalls using the new sigset_t (sigaction and so on) B) A new sigframe (new siginfo, no sigcontext but ucontext_t) "I'm probably missing something, but..." (TM) The new syscall

Re: [Patches avail?] Re: MMAP() in STABLE/CURRENT ...

1999-10-08 Thread David Malone
On Thu, Oct 07, 1999 at 10:09:23AM -0700, Matthew Dillon wrote: Intel's ECC implementation is not perfect (1), but it's good enough to catch these sorts of problems. Just as an interesting side note, we had a motherboard which supported ECC ram and had ECC ram in it and which was

Re: Serious locking problem in CURRENT

1999-11-07 Thread David Malone
On Sat, Nov 06, 1999 at 01:29:16PM -0600, Jonathan Lemon wrote: From the manual page for flock: NOTES Locks are on files, not file descriptors. That is, file descriptors du- plicated through dup(2) or fork(2) do not result in multiple instances of a lock, but rather

Re: Serious locking problem in CURRENT

1999-11-07 Thread David Malone
On Sun, Nov 07, 1999 at 02:01:02AM +0100, Ollivier Robert wrote: Right but in Postfix case this is not the case. The "master" process run to check whether Postfix is running or not is definitely NOT a child of the real "master" process. But if the real master process forks and then it's

Re: need patch review - NFS fixes for IP binding

1999-11-09 Thread David Malone
On Tue, Nov 09, 1999 at 11:26:51AM -0800, Matthew Dillon wrote: Instead, I have adopted and cleaned up the kernel portions of the patch and modified nfsd to allow the binding ip/host to be specified on the command line. Thus nfsd can be run bound to a specific IP address. This

Re: PATCH for testing

1999-11-16 Thread David Malone
On Mon, Nov 15, 1999 at 02:18:24PM -0800, Matthew Dillon wrote: Why don't we get rid of the 'e' option to ps while we are at it considering how much of a security hole it is. I've never liked the 'e' option. If we get rid of the 'e' option we should also get rid of showing the

Re: ps on 4.0-current

1999-11-23 Thread David Malone
On Tue, Nov 23, 1999 at 11:52:49PM +, Brian Somers wrote: Any comments Poul ? Is this anything to do with the recent command line buffering ? I guess it goes with the "stop ps showing the environment" changes. If you remove one it makes sense to remove the other. David. phk

Lint broken in -current.

1999-11-23 Thread David Malone
Lint no longer works in -current as cpp seems to have lost the -undef option. The option is still shown in the usage message and the man page, but the code seems to have gone walk about! David. 0:30:gonzo 92% uname -a FreeBSD gonzo.home 4.0-CURRENT FreeBSD 4.0-CURRENT #17: Sat Nov 20

Re: time counter / time ticking or hardware issues

2002-11-06 Thread David Malone
On Wed, Nov 06, 2002 at 01:26:31PM +0100, Sameh Ghane wrote: Timecounter i8254 frequency 1193182 Hz Timecounter TSC frequency 332755591 Hz CPU: AMD-K6(tm) 3D processor (332.76-MHz 586-class CPU) Origin = AuthenticAMD Id = 0x58c Stepping = 12

Re: gcc 3.2.1 optimization bug ?

2002-11-11 Thread David Malone
On Mon, Nov 11, 2002 at 04:52:22PM +0100, Harti Brandt wrote: AGBut does using a union make it safe? Well, I just had a long discussion with a collegue about the topic. The main problem is in the ISO-C standard, section 6.7 point 4 which states: All declarations in the same scope that refer

Re: Clock runs too fast

2002-11-12 Thread David Malone
On Tue, Nov 12, 2002 at 10:20:00AM -0500, Craig Rodrigues wrote: However, this fix (adding kern.timecounter.hardware=i8254 to /etc/sysctl.conf) does not seem to work anymore. The clock still runs too fast. Could you try kern.timecounter.hardware=TSC - this worked for someone else sometime last

Re: malloc(0) broken?

2002-11-22 Thread David Malone
On Fri, Nov 22, 2002 at 04:25:20PM +0100, Marc Recht wrote: Hi! A malloc(0) returns always 0x800 on my system. This causes some third-party software to fail, because they expect malloc(0) to return NULL. Is this a bug or a feature? malloc(3) doesn't mention anything. Feature in malloc and

Re: su(1) problem on -current

2002-12-15 Thread David Malone
On Sun, Dec 15, 2002 at 08:00:55PM +, Gavin Atkinson wrote: Confirmed. in su.c it seems that pam_authenticate is returning PAM_AUTH_ERR, when it presumably should not be doing so. Try getting rid of the auth_as_self in /etc/pam.d/su for the pam_wheel module. David. To Unsubscribe:

Re: revoke(2) redux...

2002-12-24 Thread David Malone
On Tue, Dec 24, 2002 at 12:40:25PM +0100, Poul-Henning Kamp wrote: Wouldn't it in fact make much more sense if revoke(2) was defined as int revoke(int fd); /* kick everybody else off */ and the code above would look like: An O_REVOKE flag to open might be neater? David.

Re: revoke(2) redux...

2002-12-24 Thread David Malone
On Tue, Dec 24, 2002 at 03:52:05PM +0100, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: We can then provide revoke(2) as a wrapper: revoke(const char *name) { int fd, e; fd = open(name, O_RDONLY); Assuming you can open the thing name points to. I guess it might be a

Re: consistent make -k buildworld crash with 2 swap partitions

2000-02-29 Thread David Malone
On Tue, Feb 29, 2000 at 12:14:48AM -0600, Daniel Ortmann wrote: The /etc/fstab which enables the crash is the following. To fix it comment out the second swap. Note they are on separate drives. Does it still crash if you comment out the first device? I've two swap devices, on different

Re: tunefs -p doesn't work for read-write mounts

2000-03-03 Thread David Malone
On Fri, Mar 03, 2000 at 11:23:33AM +0200, Sheldon Hearn wrote: Shouldn't I be able to show the current tuneables for a given filesystem? # tunefs -p /usr tunefs: cannot work on read-write mounted file system Tunefs seems to have had trouble with being given filesystem names for a bit.

Re: ssh strangeness in -current...

2000-03-06 Thread David Malone
On Mon, Mar 06, 2000 at 01:32:00PM -0700, Warner Losh wrote: : + Openssh isn't 100% compatible with ssh, so some care needs to : + be taken in its operation. : : This sounds bad. Are you referring to the -o syntax differences, or actual : incompatabilities? There have been

Re: Unexplained network outages

2000-03-12 Thread David Malone
On Sat, Mar 11, 2000 at 10:24:16AM -0500, Bryan Liesner wrote: The strange thing is that the network never goes down if I run tcpdump in promiscuous mode on the interface - it's a workaround, but I don't like it. I saw a problem like this with the old driver some time ago, where the

Floating point exceptions.

2000-03-21 Thread David Malone
Floating point exceptions seem to have been turned off by default: gonzo 13% uname -r 5.0-CURRENT gonzo 14% cat a.c double div(double x,double y) { return x/y; } int main() { double x; x = div(1.0,0.0); printf("%f\n",x); } gonzo 15% gcc -o a a.c

Re: Floating point exceptions.

2000-03-21 Thread David Malone
There was a discussion on one of the list about what to do for floating point excpetions recently, and I thought people decided that causing a signal by default was a right thing? The outcome was that applications that care must set the control word themself and that we go the way of

Re: errno (46) - for FreeBSD 4.0 NFS server

2000-03-22 Thread David Malone
On Wed, Mar 22, 2000 at 05:51:18PM +0100, Erik Trulsson wrote: Somebody who knows what is up with rpc.lockd is welcome to comment. AFAIK the lockd code just says "Sure - have a lock" to any request. I think David Cross and some other people have a half working lockd now, they were looking for

Re: Help with OpenSSH

2000-04-16 Thread David Malone
On Sun, Apr 16, 2000 at 05:31:22PM +0200, Ryan wrote: So How do i install OpenSSH with this problem or how do i over come it ? I'm Using FreeBSD RELEASE 4.0 OpenSSH is a builtin part of 4.0. David. To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in

Re: usr.sbin/xntpd missing in 5.0-CURRENT

2000-04-25 Thread David Malone
On Tue, Apr 25, 2000 at 09:02:34PM +, attila! wrote: in 5.0-CURRENT as of this morning (Tue, 25) usr.sbin/xntpd was not in the cvs files. It was replaced with ntpd some time ago wasn't it? David. To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe

Re: SMP changes and breaking kld object module compatibility

2000-04-26 Thread David Malone
On Wed, Apr 26, 2000 at 09:33:46AM +0200, Andrzej Bialecki wrote: Try buildworld on one machine and installworld on all of your production boxes.. installworld only takes 10-20 minutes to run on my crappy IDE disks. Yes, that's what I'm doing now - so far the best method. But still

Re: One more question (different now)

2000-05-10 Thread David Malone
On Thu, May 11, 2000 at 07:53:27AM +1000, Bruce Evans wrote: From the C99 draft (n869.txt): Is the C99 draft generally available, or where can you cough up cash to get a copy? David. To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with "unsubscribe freebsd-current" in the body of the

Re: mount_nfs/df bug?

2000-06-21 Thread David Malone
On Wed, Jun 21, 2000 at 02:35:51AM +0200, Cyrille Lefevre wrote: why there isn't an exportfs command as most unices have ? "killall -HUP mountd" or "mount -u /" both work. This is mentioned in the mountd man page, but should probably also be mentioned in the exports man page. David.

Re: mount_nfs/df bug?

2000-06-22 Thread David Malone
On Wed, Jun 21, 2000 at 09:50:57PM +0200, Cyrille Lefevre wrote: well, what about exporting a directory w/o exporting a filesystem ? which is usefull somethimes. possible too ? Add the directory to exports and HUP mountd. (I think that in the kernel the exports are at a filesystem level, so

HEADS UP: Inode numbers in daily security output.

2000-07-11 Thread David Malone
I've just changed the daily security secipt to include the inode numbers of suid files. This means the first time you run the updated script you will see lots of files have "changed" - this is just the inclusion of the inode numbers in the listing. I'd like to MFC this to 4.X in a few days, but

Re: randomdev entropy gathering is really weak

2000-07-18 Thread David Malone
On Mon, Jul 17, 2000 at 01:16:43PM -0700, Kris Kennaway wrote: On Mon, 17 Jul 2000, Mark Murray wrote: What we really need is this: fetch -o http://entropy.freebsd.org/ /dev/random For this to work, you'll need to encrypt the traffic. fetch -o https://entropy.freebsd.org/

Re: randomdev entropy gathering is really weak

2000-07-18 Thread David Malone
| (date; dmesg ; sysctl -X; vmstat -i ) /dev/random | | Just playing it looks like you might get 4 so bits from the | rtc and clk interupt count alone. None. Any data that is publically available via userland should not be used for cryptography. The data from sysctl -X and vmstat

Re: System call recvfrom returning with the following locks held ...

2003-08-15 Thread David Malone
On Fri, Aug 15, 2003 at 02:10:46PM -0700, Kris Kennaway wrote: I got this on an alpha machine overnight. Is this fixed already? I believe this was a goof on my part, but it was fixed by kan@ earlier this week. Let me know if it persists. David.

Re: LOR with filedesc structure and Giant

2003-08-17 Thread David Malone
On Sat, Aug 16, 2003 at 10:18:43PM +0200, Poul-Henning Kamp wrote: At one point we have to say Well, the locks we have above are solid, but we need to drop Giant below here but if Witness sees a PICKUP_GIANT() as an acquisition of Giant, rather than as a resumption of Giant, this clearly does

i865 Video Memory

2003-10-08 Thread David Malone
It seems some recent Dell machines have the amount of video memory available set to 1MB by default. The desktop machines allow you to set this in the BIOS, but the laptops don't seem to allow you to adjust this. Christian Zietz has a hack for Linux that convinces the BIOS to let you use more

Re: binaries installed mult. times / no symlinks ?

2003-10-19 Thread David Malone
On Sun, Oct 19, 2003 at 08:52:59AM +, Bjoern A. Zeeb wrote: My question now would be if symlinking wouldn't suffice ? All of the programs you list are actually hardlinks to one another. If you run ls -li on them, you will see that they have the same inode number, and are consequently the

Re: Serve NFS from within a jail?

2003-10-23 Thread David Malone
On Wed, Oct 22, 2003 at 11:42:06PM -0700, Nicholas Esborn wrote: However, neither mountd nor nfsd are happy running inside the jail: NFS is one of those things that is largely implemented as a service in the kernel, and so doesn't really fit in with the way jail's work. If you want to run an

Re: jumbograms ( em) nfs a no go

2003-10-30 Thread David Malone
On Thu, Oct 30, 2003 at 12:48:32PM -0500, Garrett Wollman wrote: As I recall, when I used a crossover cable, I could not get the adapters to go to 1000, only 100. That might have been the cable, or not. That's at least conceivable; I don't know enough about the wire protocol to tell

Re: mb alloc and: panic: mutex Giant not owned at../../../vm/vm_kern.c:315

2003-05-29 Thread David Malone
On Wed, May 28, 2003 at 10:06:14AM -0400, Robert Watson wrote: I haven't seen this panic previously; a lack of Giant coming out of the socket code is a bit surprising to me, but I think is unlikely to be a result of our local MAC tweaks. This may be my fault, as I made some changes recently

Re: mb alloc and: panic: mutex Giant not owned at../../../vm/vm_kern.c:315

2003-05-29 Thread David Malone
This may be my fault, as I made some changes recently that assumed that the mbuf allocator grabbed giant when needed. I'll check the code path you've mentioned to see if it grabs giant now, but I suspect that I just need to move the giant grabbing back where it was before. This doesn't

Re: INET6 in world

2003-08-11 Thread David Malone
On Fri, Aug 08, 2003 at 12:40:06AM -0700, Terry Lambert wrote: 6)The last time I tried the experimental version, it did not correctly interoperate with AIX or FreeBSD, but worked fine Windows-to-Windows, so they've done *something* to it to embrace and extend it. I find

Re: got bad cookie warnings/errors?

2003-08-14 Thread David Malone
On Sat, Aug 09, 2003 at 09:15:45PM -0700, Lars Eggert wrote: I can only say that (1) I've been getting these forever, on both -stable and -current, and (2) I personally have never lost any data. However, I have no clue as to why you and I get them, or what they signify. I have a vague

Re: [CFR] IPv6 support for Linux sym

2003-01-19 Thread David Malone
On Mon, Jan 20, 2003 at 12:49:26AM +0900, Hajimu UMEMOTO wrote: I wrote an IPv6 support for Linux sym. I've tested it with RHL8's ftp(1) and ports/www/linux-phoenix, and it seems nicely running with both an IPv4 and an IPv6. You can obtain my patch from:

Re: rand() is broken

2003-02-02 Thread David Malone
On Sun, Feb 02, 2003 at 07:08:47PM +, Mark Murray wrote: RC4 is _utterly_ repeatable, given a particular seed/key. I presume it also produces reasonably uniform output for most seeds too. The old 16 bit rand() was broken enough that it didn't matter much (read: _I_ don't care) if its

Re: rand() is broken

2003-02-02 Thread David Malone
I presume it also produces reasonably uniform output for most seeds too. Yes. Modulo the requirement to burn a bit of output after a reseed. I guess the crypto guys would have junked it otherwise ;-) I thought the complaint was about rand, not random? Erm, yes. Similar difference

Re: rand() is broken

2003-02-02 Thread David Malone
On Sun, Feb 02, 2003 at 02:37:25PM -0800, Steve Kargl wrote: FreeBSD Redhat SunOS 660787754660787754645318364 FWIW - AIX aggrees with Solaris. David. To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with unsubscribe freebsd-current in the body of the message

Re: rand() is broken

2003-02-03 Thread David Malone
FWIW - AIX aggrees with Solaris. Endiannes, or an SVR4 implementation difference? OS X agrees with FreeBSD i386. In fact, FreeBSD sparc64 and FreeBSD alpha are all the same too, so it seems the code isn't too sensitive to byteorder or wordsize. Bakul's comments on who agrees with BSD

Re: Linux networking emulation broken?

2003-02-06 Thread David Malone
On Thu, Feb 06, 2003 at 02:23:53PM -0200, Fred Souza wrote: After noticing a huge delay between host names resolution and the beginning of pages loading with Opera (6.11/Linux), I noticed that it is trying to connect to 4.0.0.0:111 instead of the usual 127.0.0.1:111. I worked it around

Re: Linux networking emulation broken?

2003-02-06 Thread David Malone
On Thu, Feb 06, 2003 at 11:00:21AM -0800, Kris Kennaway wrote: I'm also seeing this with Linux Phoenix, though I haven't tcpdumped the output. I think there may be a problem with the new version of linux_sendmsg. I'll check in detail at home, where I have linux_kdump installed. It should be

Re: Linux networking emulation broken?

2003-02-06 Thread David Malone
On Thu, Feb 06, 2003 at 11:00:21AM -0800, Kris Kennaway wrote: I'm also seeing this with Linux Phoenix, though I haven't tcpdumped the output. I'm guessing the short patch at: http://www.maths.tcd.ie/~dwmalone/linux_sendmsg.patch should help. Can you try it and let me know?

Re: Linux networking emulation broken?

2003-02-07 Thread David Malone
I'm guessing the short patch at: http://www.maths.tcd.ie/~dwmalone/linux_sendmsg.patch should help. Can you try it and let me know? OK - I found a second bug, which is a bit more subtle, but which seems to fix sendto and stop it sending packets to 4.0.0.0. I've updated the patch,

Re: syslog bug

2003-02-09 Thread David Malone
On Sun, Feb 09, 2003 at 10:00:02AM -0800, Alfred Perlstein wrote: Heh, the format string is passed through printf later, we don't want to eat the extra % otherwise it will cause problems for us. I had exactly the same thought as Warner last night, but then realised that we were about to call

Re: small patch for controlling resolver information cache

2003-02-27 Thread David Malone
On Thu, Feb 27, 2003 at 06:25:31PM +0900, YAMAMOTO Shigeru wrote: If seting 'RES_NOCACHE' to 'yes', any application reads /etc/resolv.conf at any DNS quering. I wonder if it would be better to have a RES_CACHETIME, which you can set in seconds and if it is set then you reread if the last reread

Re: Clock running double time

2003-03-15 Thread David Malone
On Fri, Mar 14, 2003 at 11:14:51PM -0800, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Has anyone ever seen this? My clock is running double time, that is, each second it advances two seconds. Needless to say, ntpd can't sync up with any servers. You almost certainly have a motherboard with bad ACPI (probably

Re: HEADS UP: ACPI CHANGES AFFECTING MOST -CURRENT USERS

2001-09-02 Thread David Malone
On Wed, Aug 29, 2001 at 07:58:59PM -0700, Mike Smith wrote: - The PnP BIOS is disabled and onboard peripherals are detected using ACPI, and attach to ACPI and not isa. With the ACPI module loaded I find that ed0, fdc0 and pca0 are no longer detected (well, fdc0 is detected but gives an

Re: getting skipstone/mozilla to compile.

2001-09-04 Thread David Malone
On Mon, Sep 03, 2001 at 03:39:59PM -0500, Alfred Perlstein wrote: I found that turning off malloc options: cd /etc ; rm -f malloc.conf ; ln -s aj malloc.conf Thanks to David Obrien for giving me the syntax (boy am I lazy), now it seems to compile fine. The mozilla port should automatically

Re: __getcwd errno 20 (Not a directory) vfs_cache.c

2001-09-07 Thread David Malone
On Thu, Sep 06, 2001 at 11:50:17PM -0700, Peter Wemm wrote: Poul-Henning Kamp wrote: You are not supposed to call __getcwd() directly. Yes, but it would be an excellent junior-kernel-hacker task to make it work in all cases, ie: manually searching parent directories. netbsd does this,

ACPI module loading.

2001-09-14 Thread David Malone
If you boot from an old kernel then the loader seems to load the acpi module from the wrong place. I tried booting with both: unload boot /boot/kernel.old/kernel and: unload load /boot/kernel.old/kernel boot and both loaded the acpi moduse from

Re: -CURRENT freeze under high load

2001-10-26 Thread David Malone
On Fri, Oct 26, 2001 at 06:16:12PM +0200, Andrea Campi wrote: All my problems are now gone. This sort of makes sense to me, as the culprit, qmail, is quite socket intensive. Anybody has any idea how to properly fix? This patch changed quite a few things, so it's not obvious exactly what is

Re: -CURRENT freeze under high load

2001-10-26 Thread David Malone
On Fri, Oct 26, 2001 at 07:12:24PM +0200, Andrea Campi wrote: I know. I'd like to look deeper into the issue, but from a quick glance at the code, I don't think I could figure out a way to separate those things and tr each one. Do you happen to have separate patches for them, that I could try?

Re: -CURRENT freeze under high load

2001-10-27 Thread David Malone
On Fri, Oct 26, 2001 at 06:30:47PM +0100, David Malone wrote: Anyway, both ways I can trigger the bug (find . -type f | xargs mutt, and actually running fetchmail -a) do generate a LOT of work, so it's actually possible that your diagnosis (mbuf exhaustion) is correct; trouble

Re: -CURRENT freeze under high load

2001-10-27 Thread David Malone
On Fri, Oct 26, 2001 at 06:16:12PM +0200, Andrea Campi wrote: Anybody has any idea how to properly fix? Can you test the following patch? David. Index: uipc_usrreq.c === RCS file:

Re: initgroups

2001-11-13 Thread David Malone
On Wed, Nov 14, 2001 at 02:19:56AM +0600, Max Khon wrote: Any objections if I will commit the following patch (see PR/15421)? Does the man page need a note about setting errno? David. To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with unsubscribe freebsd-current in the body of the

Re: Undefined symbol __stderrp

2001-09-28 Thread David Malone
On Fri, Sep 28, 2001 at 06:01:44PM +0300, Ruslan Ermilov wrote: You may have also rebuilt your world with -DCOMPAT4X. Or manually: echo COMPAT4X=TRUE /etc/make.conf cd /usr/src/lib/compat make all make install make cleandir For me, this didn't help for some programs which were linked

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: Solved (Re: -current vs. -stable network performance)

2001-12-14 Thread David Malone
On Fri, Dec 14, 2001 at 03:16:57AM -0800, Luigi Rizzo wrote: How about fixing it for real as described in the commit message? The real fix, for me, is the one-line change to M_LEADINGSPACE. The one described in the commit message was just Bosko's point of view, with which I and many others

Re: ntfs and sendfile problem (corrupted data)

2001-12-30 Thread David Malone
On Sun, Dec 30, 2001 at 05:01:41PM +0200, Sheldon Hearn wrote: I tried ktrace on ftpd but only saw the call to sendfile(2). If you give me some guidance I can try to look into problem deeper. I don't have any experience in kernel debugging but would like to learn it. No idea. I was

Re: spawning zombies incapacitate system

2002-01-01 Thread David Malone
On Tue, Jan 01, 2002 at 09:01:30AM -0600, Michael Harnois wrote: Something on my -current system is spawning zombies of sh. With 55 minutes of uptime, I already have 48 of them. How do I figure out what the heck is doing this? Try ps -auxo ppid and look at the parent process id for the

Re: possible errors in net/in_var.h

2002-01-26 Thread David Malone
On Sat, Jan 26, 2002 at 04:04:08PM +0100, Aleksander Rozman - Andy wrote: I didn't know where I should report this problem, but it seems that there is error in netin_var.h. In line 146 and 334 (field if_data has incomplete type), I think there just one * missing before name of this

Re: AMD AGP Bug

2002-01-30 Thread David Malone
On Wed, Jan 30, 2002 at 12:13:07PM -0500, Cameron, Frank wrote: Has this issue been addressed in FreeBSD: http://www.geocrawler.com/lists/3/Linux/35/175/7626960/ http://slashdot.org/article.pl?sid=02/01/24/1910227mode=thread This is believed not to have any impact on FreeBSD because FreeBSD

Re: VM flakiness since Thursday

2000-08-01 Thread David Malone
On Tue, Aug 01, 2000 at 05:30:03PM +0200, Soren Schmidt wrote: Uhm, if its only the lockmgr thing, thats now solved, what I've been seeing is random sig11's etc etc... I've been seeing odd signal 11's duing make world too, but I'd put it down to unusually warm weather. David. To

Re: umount hangs system

2000-08-10 Thread David Malone
On Fri, Aug 11, 2000 at 04:51:42AM +0200, Benedikt Schmidt wrote: Everytime I try to unmount one of the ufs partitions on my harddisk the system hangs and I can do nothing but a hard reset. The following was commited in the last few days - could this be what you're seeing? David.

Re: Proposal to clarify mbuf handling rules

2000-08-27 Thread David Malone
On Sun, Aug 27, 2000 at 02:25:55PM -0700, Archie Cobbs wrote: What do people think? If this is generally agreeable I'll try to work on putting together a patch set for review. Myself and Ian Dowse have been talking about almost this issue recently in relation to sbcompress. At the moment

Re: Proposal to clarify mbuf handling rules

2000-08-27 Thread David Malone
On Sun, Aug 27, 2000 at 02:25:55PM -0700, Archie Cobbs wrote: Each mbuf may be either a normal mbuf or a cluster mbuf (if the mbuf flags contains M_EXT). Cluster mbufs point to an entire page of memory, and this page of memory may be shared by more than one cluster mbuf (see m_copypacket()).

Re: Keyboard can not work?

2000-08-31 Thread David Malone
On Thu, Aug 31, 2000 at 06:57:48AM -0700, Ping Yuan wrote: I am facing a wierd problem. When I first start the computer, the keyboard can work. But, after it runs "wdm", and xterm has started, the keyboard can NOT work any more. You could try telling the X server not to use the Xkb

Re: xl driver

2000-09-04 Thread David Malone
On Sun, Sep 03, 2000 at 07:38:50PM -0600, Warner Losh wrote: In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] R Joseph Wright writes: : Sep 3 13:24:26 manatee /kernel: xl0: 3Com 3c900-COMBO Etherlink XL port 0x6c00-0x6c3f irq 11 at device 9.0 on pci0 : Sep 3 13:24:26 manatee /kernel: xl1: 3Com 3c900-COMBO

Re: xl driver

2000-09-05 Thread David Malone
On Mon, Sep 04, 2000 at 05:38:11PM +0900, Mitsuru IWASAKI wrote: This happened to me when I turned on ACPI support - infact it thought I had 3 PCI busses when I only had one! I haven't had time to look into it yet though. Hmmm, can I have your full output of dmesg? It seemed to be some

Re: more on: Vmware (1.x) port broken in -current

2000-09-09 Thread David Malone
On Fri, Sep 08, 2000 at 11:57:46PM -0700, Julian Elischer wrote: sh vmware.sh start kldload: can't load /usr/local/lib/vmware/lib/modules/vmmon.ko: Exec format error kldload: can't load /usr/local/lib/vmware/lib/modules/vmnet.ko: Exec format error I have NO idea wha that means.. (how can

Re: HEADS UP: New OpenSSH

2000-09-10 Thread David Malone
On Sun, Sep 10, 2000 at 03:30:54AM -0700, Kris Kennaway wrote: * better interoperability with other ssh2 clients/servers Any idea if it can read non-OpenSSH DSA host keys? The version in 4.1 doesn't seem to be able too, though it can read non-OpenSSH RSA host keys. David. To

Re: fwd: [root: security check]

2000-09-11 Thread David Malone
I seem to recall that David Malone chose mount -p because mount without options displayed information about sync- and asyn-c reads and writes. Now, mount without options doesn't display this information. Wasn't me - I was doing seperate things with /etc/security and mount. Therefore, I

Re: resolver bug since 4.?

2000-10-17 Thread David Malone
All 4.x boxen I've tried this on so far: telnet localhost sdfhsabsdibf localhost: servname not supported for ai_socktype Things have been this way since the getaddrinfo stuff was added to make things work with IPv6. The message is obscure, but it's hard to see how to improve it and still

Re: Junior Kernel Hacker Task: M_ZERO

2000-10-21 Thread David Malone
On Sat, Oct 21, 2000 at 09:48:47AM -0400, Garrett Rooney wrote: If anybody is looking for a simple task to perform in the FreeBSD kernel: this is it. A quick grep tells me that there are at least 91 files in the src/sys tree which could use this flag to simplify and optimize the code.

Re: Junior Kernel Hacker Task: M_ZERO

2000-10-22 Thread David Malone
Now, if one or two people will review this patch and verify that LINT GENERIC kernels compile the same, we're set for commit... It works fine with GENERIC - atleast I tested a buildworld with sources build with it. I don't think LINT compiles at the moment, atleast it seems to get stuck in

Re: unwanteed halt powerdown under -current (linuxerator?)

2000-11-03 Thread David Malone
On Fri, Nov 03, 2000 at 10:04:24AM +0100, Michael Reifenberger wrote: executing /compat/linux/bin/rpm issues a halt and powerdown under -current an my TECRA8000. Is it just me? It might be worth running "brandelf -t Linux /compat/linux/bin/rpm" to make sure it isn't being run with FreeBSD's

Re: Syscons flag to turn off random_harvest in scmouse?

2000-11-26 Thread David Malone
On Mon, Nov 27, 2000 at 01:20:39AM +0200, Mark Murray wrote: See above. SSH needs good randomness. it is silly to try to break that. To be fair, if the random module depends that badly on getting entropy from the mouse it isn't much good for many of our users who may not even have a mouse,

Re: NFS/VM panic in current with INVARIANTS

2000-12-26 Thread David Malone
On Tue, Dec 26, 2000 at 02:00:54PM +0200, Mark Murray wrote: I'm getting a reliable panic on CURRENT (2000/12/26) with INVARIANTS set. I suppose I could "fix" this by taking out INVARIANTS, but it seems to make more sense to try to get it fixed. Do you have NFS compiled in to the kernel?

Re: buildworld Problems at NTP

2001-01-05 Thread David Malone
On Fri, Jan 05, 2001 at 12:37:43AM -0800, Crist J. Clark wrote: What is happening is that the system is killing off the make process because it starts to swell up so much it consumes all swap. Here is the dmesg, Were any bits of the compiler killed off? A new test snapshot of gcc was

Re: Debugging...

2001-01-07 Thread David Malone
On Sun, Jan 07, 2001 at 03:09:40PM -0500, Justin/Mike Ovens wrote: I compiled my kernel with Debuggin symols.. how do i debug the running kernel? gdb -k /kernel.debug /dev/mem and can i make it log the info to a file? Log what into a file? Syslog can log the messages the kernel produces into

Re: proposed small change to .cshrc

2001-01-10 Thread David Malone
On Tue, Jan 09, 2001 at 04:52:29PM -0800, Matt Dillon wrote: If you just hit the up or down arrow without having partial text on the line, it works just like normal history. Once you start using it, you will never be able to go back. As a side note - this is usually mapped to

Re: benign bug in src/sys/kern/kern_resource.c:limcopy() ?

2002-07-08 Thread David Malone
On Sun, Jul 07, 2002 at 03:28:51PM -0700, Mike Makonnen wrote: MALLOC(copy, struct plimit *, sizeof(struct plimit), M_SUBPROC, M_WAITOK); - bcopy(lim-pl_rlimit, copy-pl_rlimit, sizeof(struct plimit)); + bcopy(lim-pl_rlimit, copy-pl_rlimit, sizeof(struct rlimit));

Re: xdm-Problems with PAM

2002-08-12 Thread David Malone
On Mon, Aug 12, 2002 at 10:19:00PM +0200, Matthias Schuendehuette wrote: Aug 12 18:20:02 current : [dlerror: /usr/lib/pam_lastlog.so: Undefined symbol _openpam_log] Aug 12 18:20:02 current : adding faulty module: /usr/lib/pam_lastlog.so 'Known behaviour' or real

Re: libwrap bug?

2002-08-18 Thread David Malone
On Sun, Aug 18, 2002 at 12:55:27AM -0400, Yuri Victorovich wrote: Is it a bug that function sock_host is declared sock_host() in /usr/include/tcpd.h but defined as sock_host(struct request_info *) in /usr/src/contrib/tcp_wrappers/socket.c ? A fucntion which is declared with no arguments (eg

Re: bin/42255: Truss segfaults when tracing sshd

2002-08-31 Thread David Malone
On Sat, Aug 31, 2002 at 05:45:26PM +0200, Anders Nordby wrote: # truss -p `sockstat -l | egrep 'sshd.*tcp4' | awk '{print $3}'` Log into the system with sshd, and truss will segfault: There is an even easier way to reproduce this: gonzo 9% sleep 10 [2] 35245 gonzo 10% truss -p 35245

Re: CPU slowdown using ACPI on a Toshiba Portege 7220cte

2002-09-02 Thread David Malone
On Mon, Sep 02, 2002 at 11:52:20AM +0200, Ted Lindgreen wrote: - Suspending in X freezes the system. I've not found any way out of that, other than hard resetting the system. Could you try running acpidump before and after running X? On my machine the ACPI tables vanish when you run X 'cos

Re: gcore/elfcore.c broken?

2002-09-05 Thread David Malone
On Thu, Sep 05, 2002 at 12:42:09AM -0400, Garance A Drosihn wrote: At 12:58 AM -0700 9/5/02, walt wrote: cc -O -pipe -mcpu=pentiumpro-c /usr/src/usr.bin/gcore/elfcore.c /usr/src/usr.bin/gcore/elfcore.c: In function `elf_coredump': /usr/src/usr.bin/gcore/elfcore.c:128: syntax error before

Re: Clock runs too fast

2002-09-08 Thread David Malone
On Sat, Sep 07, 2002 at 11:19:52PM -0400, Craig Rodrigues wrote: Is there a problem with the ACPI code or with my hardware (an ASUS P5A-B motherboard from about 3 or 4 years ago). Several people (including me) have reported this problem with this motherboard. Poul had a look at it, but

-current panic with IPv6.

2002-09-09 Thread David Malone
I've got the following panic a few times using IPv6 on a recent -current (while scping a file usually): panic: mutex inp not owned at ../../../netinet/tcp_output.c:131 panic: from debugger the trace back seems to involve getting an ICMP message and then calling tcp code. David. #0

Re: Journaled filesystem in CURRENT

2002-09-26 Thread David Malone
On Thu, Sep 26, 2002 at 10:36:27AM -0700, Terry Lambert wrote: I think that what you were probably testing was directory entry layout and O(N) (linear) vs. O(log2(N)+1) search times for both non-existant entries on creates, and for any entry on lookup ( / 2 on lookup) . Though dirhash should

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