To add to this, just as when using other first-hop redundancy protocols
like VRRP or HSRP on a Router or Layer-3 switch,
we only want the single IP address to float between the redundant hosts,
and not the entire subnet.
So we define the most specific subnet mask for IPv4, which is
On Fri, 23 Nov 2018 at 19:48:04 +0100, Jan Betlach wrote:
> Hi all,
> I am trying to sync my media libraries via Syncthing with other machine.
> However Syncthing on OBSD complains about "too many open files" and refuses
> therefore to scan and synchronize the folder.
> I have increased
Sorry about the wrong report, I just tested again and I can see the same
behaviour with OpenBSD 6.4: sending SIGTERM to the sh process after
launching sh -c 'sleep 1000' does not result in sh sending a SIGTERM to
the sleep process.
Philip, what was your test?
On Fri, Nov 23, 2018 at
I am trying to sync my media libraries via Syncthing with other machine.
However Syncthing on OBSD complains about "too many open files" and refuses
therefore to scan and synchronize the folder.
I have increased sysctl kern.maxfiles as well as openfiles-max for the
staff group (of which
Den fre 23 nov. 2018 kl 18:50 skrev Joerg Streckfuss :
> Dear list,
> i want to know why it is good practice to use /32 netmask for ipv4
> respectively /128 netmask for ipv6 addresses on carp interfaces, while using
> "real" netmask for example /24 for a dedicated address on an
i want to know why it is good practice to use /32 netmask for ipv4
respectively /128 netmask for ipv6 addresses on carp interfaces, while using the
"real" netmask for example /24 for a dedicated address on an interface.
Any advice ?
Hi misc@ readers,
I have a question regarding the "set nexthop blackhole" nexthop
qualification in OpenBGPD 6.4 stable.
It looks like I have to add "nexthop qualify via default" in order for
the blackholed route to make it from the rib to the fib.
I understand this is standard behaviour
Thanks for your answers. Probably I will buy one and check it out.
> Everything seems to work just fine, only problems are that it can't
> support a lot of graphical modes (xenocara will run, just not very well,
> since the gpu only has 8 MB of memory and it comes from the main pool of
After some testing, this issue does not seem to be directly caused by
ksh. Compiling ksh from a year ago, I get the same behaviour: SIGTERM is
not passed on to child. I'm not sure what to try next. Bisecting
On Fri, Nov 23, 2018 at 08:55:16AM +0100, Olivier Taïbi wrote:
> On Thu, Nov
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