CUPS and parallel port printing problem

2004-08-28 Thread Andrew Moran
hello all, I somehow managed to foobar my CUPS printing system. I had it working and I don't even know what I did to break things, but in an attempt to fix things, I uninstalled all the cups packages, updated my ports tree from CVS, and rebuilt everything. Now I don't get any errors, but I

Re: Rebuilding world

2004-10-05 Thread Andrew Moran
Your installworld error is saying that it can't install without the new proxy user being added.the proxy user is added during the mergemaster -p.. So because your mergemaster -p is failing, your installworld is failing. Fix the mergemaster problem, and your installworld problem should

Re: Shell script error

2004-10-07 Thread Andrew Moran
That script works fine for me on my box and I'm also running FreeBSD 5.3-BETA with bash2. What kind of error are you getting? What is the output of bash -x scriptname.sh (filling in the script name of course). --Andy On Oct 7, 2004, at 7:07 AM, Pratt, Benjamin E. wrote: Hello, it's me

RE: Shell script error

2004-10-07 Thread Andrew Moran
. Ben -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Andrew Moran Sent: Thursday, October 07, 2004 11:02 AM To: Pratt, Benjamin E. Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: Shell script error That script works fine for me on my box and I'm also running FreeBSD 5.3

benchmarking a process

2004-10-07 Thread Andrew Moran
This isn't specific to freebsd I suppose.. but does anyone know any good programs to measure how long a process took, how much memory it requested, and how much network traffic it send/received? I know for the time we can use 'time', but I'd like a utility that can tell me more than the time

Re: What version of FBSD does Yahoo run?

2004-10-08 Thread Andrew Moran
On Oct 8, 2004, at 8:54 AM, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: You must be a democrat Kris, because you always spin what people say in a way such that is completely wrong when you say it. I said the 99% of us If there was any doubt in my mind that TM4525 was a troll, he's just removed it. I think it's

5.3 and Spinlock issues (again!)

2004-11-08 Thread Andrew Moran
I've updated to FreeBSD 5.3 I've rebuilt all my ports (portupgrade -f -a). I'm still having problems getting gnucash to launch: [EMAIL PROTECTED] ~$ gnucash Fatal error 'Spinlock called when not threaded.' at line 83 in file /usr/src/lib/libpthread/thread/thr_spinlock.c (errno = 2) Abort

Upgrade from FreeBSD 7.1/i386 to FreeBSD 7.1/AMD64?

2009-02-23 Thread Andrew Moran
I installed the i386 distro on my Core 2 Duo instead of AMD64 and now I want to switch to using AMD64. Is there a good path to do this? Will I have to reinstall, or can I do a buildworld/installworld over the i386? --Andy ___

Re: Upgrade from FreeBSD 7.1/i386 to FreeBSD 7.1/AMD64?

2009-02-23 Thread Andrew Moran
need the ports to be 64-bit, but they SHOULD run just fine without recompiling, yes? --Andy On Feb 23, 2009, at 12:05 PM, Roland Smith wrote: On Mon, Feb 23, 2009 at 11:30:10AM -0800, Andrew Moran wrote: I installed the i386 distro on my Core 2 Duo instead of AMD64 and now I want to switch

Re: Upgrade from FreeBSD 7.1/i386 to FreeBSD 7.1/AMD64?

2009-02-26 Thread Andrew Moran
On Feb 23, 2009, at 1:32 PM, Dan Nelson wrote: In the last episode (Feb 23), Andrew Moran said: I have 8 gigs of memory in this system, and I decided go to the ZFS route, and am now getting kernel panics about kmem exhaustion. I know there are some tweaks I can do to help alleviate

Updating 7.1 kernel using zfs root

2009-02-27 Thread Andrew Moran
Hey guys, I'm currently running on FreeBSD 7.1 AMD64 using a ZFS filesystem, but my /boot folder is linked to a UFS filesytem (/bootdir). I set it up following the instructions here: http://www.ish.com.au/solutions/articles/freebsdzfs In a nut shell: Install a minimal FreeBSd 7.1

SpamAssassin/Perl eating enormous amounts of memory?

2009-03-01 Thread Andrew Moran
Hey guys, After having lots of problems with memory and 7.1/ZFS, I first switched everything to 64-bit (amd64), and then I had a new problem, so I eventually gave up and switched back to UFS (saying on amd64 distro/ports), but I'm still having memory issues. My current one is that

Re: SpamAssassin/Perl eating enormous amounts of memory?

2009-03-02 Thread Andrew Moran
On Mar 2, 2009, at 3:39 PM, Mel wrote: This is hard to debug, but I'd first toggle the PERL_MALLOC option in the configuration dialog for the perl port. If this doesn't solve the problem, then you'd have to get a ktrace to get some indication of what is allocating the memory. Thank

Re: SpamAssassin/Perl eating enormous amounts of memory?

2009-03-03 Thread Andrew Moran
In Mar 3, 2009, at 7:40 AM, Mel wrote: On Monday 02 March 2009 16:21:53 Andrew Moran wrote: What's even weirder is that the process gets that far. Did you play with kern.maxdsiz loader tuneable? If so, set it lower, so you can at least have the machine in a usable state at all times. 4G

Re: SpamAssassin/Perl eating enormous amounts of memory?

2009-03-03 Thread Andrew Moran
On Mar 3, 2009, at 8:01 AM, Andrew Moran wrote: In Mar 3, 2009, at 7:40 AM, Mel wrote: On Monday 02 March 2009 16:21:53 Andrew Moran wrote: What's even weirder is that the process gets that far. Did you play with kern.maxdsiz loader tuneable? If so, set it lower, so you can at least have

Re: SpamAssassin/Perl eating enormous amounts of memory?

2009-03-04 Thread Andrew Moran
On Mar 3, 2009, at 12:31 PM, Mel wrote: On Tuesday 03 March 2009 07:26:02 Andrew Moran wrote: Ok sadly that didn't seem to do much: celebrian# cat /boot/loader.conf kern.maxdsiz=8G kern.defdsiz=4G celebrian# Can you show limits -H -d? [r...@celebrian ~]# limits -H -d Resource limits

Booting freebsd 7.1 from Firewire or USB2 drive

2009-03-17 Thread Andrew Moran
Hey guys, I was wondering if anyone had any success in installing FreeBSD 7.1 on a USB2 or Firewire 800 drive connected to an intel Mac Mini and successfully booting off of it? --Andy ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list

Re: Booting freebsd 7.1 from Firewire or USB2 drive

2009-03-17 Thread Andrew Moran
down option while booting (that normally shows all bootable drives). I was hoping if anyone has done this for some pointers. --Andy On Mar 17, 2009, at 3:51 PM, Steve Bertrand wrote: Andrew Moran wrote: Hey guys, I was wondering if anyone had any success in installing FreeBSD 7.1

Upgrading FreeBSd when using a zfs-only installation?

2011-03-13 Thread Andrew Moran
Hallo, I switched my system over to using a ZFS on root setup in 8.1. I want to upgrade it to 8.2. Is there any changes to the buildworld/buildkernel/installworld/installkernel/mergemaster routine? The only thing I found via google was this:

Re: Upgrading FreeBSd when using a zfs-only installation?

2011-03-13 Thread Andrew Moran
I have successfully upgraded form FreeBSD 8.1 to FreeBSD 8.2. Here were my steps: cvsup /root/stable-supfile cd /usr/src make buildworld make buildkernel make installkernel shutdown -r now *select single user mode* mount -u / zfs mount -a mergemaster -p make installworld mergemaster gpart

Re: msk0 interface stops working when downloading

2011-03-28 Thread Andrew Moran
To close the loop on this, I upgraded the latest freebsd current (8.2) and it now seems to work with the integrated chip.Huzzah. --Andy On Dec 2, 2010, at 10:10 PM, Andrew Moran wrote: Good to know about the GB switch vs 100MB switch. But rather than downgrade my switch, I went

ZFS on root and find performance

2011-06-23 Thread Andrew Moran
Is anyone else running zfs on root and running into very slow finds? The /etc/periodic/daily/450.status-security can take over a noisy HD thrashing hour to finish, the culprit being the find that crawls the filesystem. I'm hoping there is some I'm not sure if there if some simple zfs tuning

msk0 interface stops working when downloading

2010-11-23 Thread Andrew Moran
Hey guys, After banging my head against this for a few hours, I've decided to ask for help. I installed FreeBSD 8.1 amd64 on a Shuttle J1 4100 system (tech specs here http://us.shuttle.com/J1_4100.aspx). I installed from DVD and the install went fine. I notice when I pkg_add -r

Re: msk0 interface stops working when downloading

2010-12-02 Thread Andrew Moran
- From: owner-freebsd-questi...@freebsd.org [mailto:owner-freebsd-questi...@freebsd.org] On Behalf Of John Baldwin Sent: Monday, November 29, 2010 8:54 AM To: freebsd-curr...@freebsd.org Cc: Andrew Moran; freebsd-questions@freebsd.org Subject: Re: msk0 interface stops working when downloading

Updated php, and apache segfaults on SIGHUP

2008-05-19 Thread Andrew Moran
Hey guys, I recently upgraded my php5 ports to latest ports tree versions (5.2.6), and now I'm in a situation where any HUP signal sent to apache is causing the entire process to dump core. I get this in the apache error log: [Mon May 19 16:08:48 2008] [notice] SIGHUP received.

Re: Updated php, and apache segfaults on SIGHUP

2008-05-20 Thread Andrew Moran
OK I've narrowed down my problem to: extension=mhash.so in extensions.ini If I comment out that php extension, I'm good. If I don't, I crash when sending HUP signal to parent apache process. I experimented with the order of the extensions.ini file but could not get to work

Re: Updated php, and apache segfaults on SIGHUP

2008-05-23 Thread Andrew Moran
Excellent suggestions. On May 20, 2008, at 12:42 PM, Sean C. Farley wrote: I meant the opposite. The latest port version of PHP has a bug on FreeBSD 7. Try it again with the previous patch. How do I do that with the ports collection? On May 20, 2008, at 12:45 PM, Claus Guttesen wrote: