Re: apu2e4 intermittent network freeze

2022-02-01 Thread Chris Cappuccio
Mihai Popescu [mih...@gmail.com] wrote: > > Hrvoje Popovski wrote: > > It would be great that em(4) have multiqueue support, that box with veb(4) > > and >"parallel forwarding" diff on tech@ would kick ass :) > > I've seen many hardware projects like this, where they say it is open > design and

Re: radeondrm / radeon 8570

2022-01-31 Thread Chris Cappuccio
Chris Cappuccio [ch...@nmedia.net] wrote: > Patrick Harper [paia...@fastmail.com] wrote: > > > > I also notice the BIOS version is out of date by some margin, 3.50 is > > from 2013 but 3.96 was built two years ago. > > > > Upgrading to 3.96 fixes the issue, wha

Re: radeondrm / radeon 8570

2022-01-31 Thread Chris Cappuccio
Patrick Harper [paia...@fastmail.com] wrote: > > I also notice the BIOS version is out of date by some margin, 3.50 is > from 2013 but 3.96 was built two years ago. > Upgrading to 3.96 fixes the issue, whatever it was. This is the first time in a long time that a BIOS upgrade actually solved

Re: radeondrm / radeon 8570

2022-01-29 Thread Chris Cappuccio
Patrick Harper [paia...@fastmail.com] wrote: > In Chrome, try logging on to chrome://flags and enable #ignore-gpu-blocklist. > > Make sure hardware acceleration is enabled in the settings as well. What's going on here is that GL seems to work, then it breaks when I hit some condition. Also,

radeondrm / radeon 8570

2022-01-28 Thread Chris Cappuccio
is anyone trying to use an older radeondrm card with current? i just moved my SSDs into an amd64 box with a radeon 8570 card and everything seems to work, glxgears works fast... ...until i start firefox or chrome, and pull up, say, youtube's video-image-laden front page, then the browser

Re: HPE ProLiant MicroServer Gen10 Plus

2022-01-18 Thread Chris Cappuccio
readahead [readah...@protonmail.com] wrote: > Hello, > > I'm currently considering purchasing a HPE ProLiant MicroServer Gen10 Plus. > The machine is to be used mostly as a home NAS (OpenBSD, softraid(4) > encryption and Samba). > > Is this a right machine to run OpenBSD on? Can you please

Re: AX210 wifi

2022-01-16 Thread Chris Cappuccio
holy crap, rather than maintain the drivers and net80211 layer, they are just building compat for the linux version? i guess this approach seems very rational for something as large as amdgpu... stefan, your commits help to demystify more 802.11 chips and system for me. over the years, hundreds

Re: Problem with Line Spacing in Inkscape

2022-01-14 Thread Chris Cappuccio
You should ask about this on Inkscape forums first Freddy Fisker [f...@freddyfisker.dk] wrote: > There has for some time been a problem with the line spacing in version > 1.1.1p1 of Inkscape. > > In a text the first two lines has one line spacing, and the next lines has > the double line

Re: SIP ALG and VoIP

2022-01-10 Thread Chris Cappuccio
Atticus [grobe...@gmail.com] wrote: > It isn't just SIP. You will need to set up NAT traversal and make sure RTP > traffic can pass as well. Setting up a STUN server and configuring the > clients to use it should aid in the NAT portion. The RTP traffic should be > fine as long as pf is being

Re: Starlabs Lite Mk IV support

2021-12-29 Thread Chris Cappuccio
Chris Narkiewicz [he...@ezaquarii.com] wrote: > Hi, > > Does anybody run OpenBSD on Starlabs Lite Mk IV laptop? > > https://starlabs.systems/pages/labtop-mk-iv > > I'm considering buing it as an everyday carry, but could not > find any stories in a blogosphere. > > Starlabs staff told me that

Re: flood of dashes and a beep ??? what are they?

2021-12-13 Thread Chris Cappuccio
u...@mailo.com [u...@mailo.com] wrote: > > But is it an OpenBSD-compatibility issue > or does my chipset want to retire? These issues sound like they are related to lack of software support driven by a lack of programming documentation.

Re: Is it true that `dd` is almost not needed?

2021-12-11 Thread Chris Cappuccio
u...@mailo.com [u...@mailo.com] wrote: > The article: > https://eklitzke.org/the-cult-of-dd > > The content of the article: > > The Cult of DD > Mar 17, 2017 > You'll often see instructions for creating and using disk images on Unix > systems making use of the dd command. This is a strange

Re: flood of dashes and a beep ??? what are they?

2021-12-11 Thread Chris Cappuccio
The pciide driver doesn't support your Nvidia chipset. It needs extra code (specific for this chip) for DMA to work properly. The driver was targeted towards older systems, it shouldn't be used on any board that supports AHCI. AHCI has more capabilities including NCQ and will offer better

Re: drmfreeze

2021-10-21 Thread Chris Cappuccio
Emiel Kollof [em...@kollof.nl] wrote: > Chris Cappuccio schreef op do 21-10-2021 om 07:56 [-0700]: > > > This appears to be a totally different failure than found by Avon. > > It's also on a different class of hardware. > > Is it? The errors seem very similar. Also, Av

Re: drmfreeze

2021-10-21 Thread Chris Cappuccio
Emiel Kollof [em...@kollof.nl] wrote: > > Also happens to me on amdgpu/navi10 (even after downgrading the > firmware to the 6.8 ones): > This appears to be a totally different failure than found by Avon. It's also on a different class of hardware. My suggestion to try an older firmware was

Re: drmfreeze

2021-10-20 Thread Chris Cappuccio
Avon Robertson [avo...@xtra.co.nz] wrote: > > Greetings Chris and misc@, > > As suggested above by Chris? > 1. Downloaded radeondrm-firmware-20181218.tgz to ~/download/. > 2. # rm -fr /etc/firmware/amdgpu/* > 3. # tar -C /etc -xzvf ~/download/radeondrm-firmware-20181218.tgz > > The machine has

Re: drmfreeze

2021-10-18 Thread Chris Cappuccio
Here's a thread where people are seeing similar hangs on similar hardware under Linux: https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=108900 "VERIFIED WONTFIX" because the kernel driver is probably closer to the issue, not Mesa here's another: https://bugzilla.kernel.org/show_bug.cgi?id=201957

Re: drmfreeze

2021-10-15 Thread Chris Cappuccio
Avon Robertson [avo...@xtra.co.nz] wrote: > Hello misc@, > > Earlier today an AMD host I have froze again. I ssh'd into the host > and retrieved the output from dmesg, /var/log/messages, and > /var/run/dmesg.boot. > > I found nothing of note in $HOME/.local/share/xorg/Xorg.0.log. > > At the

Re: 50Gbe

2021-08-11 Thread Chris Cappuccio
Brad Smith [b...@comstyle.com] wrote: > Only bnxt and mcx support 50. Intel chips that do are 800 series, beyond ixl. > Oh and bnxt does support multiple queues I was wrong in that last email.

Re: 50Gbe

2021-08-11 Thread Chris Cappuccio
ha...@sdf.org [ha...@sdf.org] wrote: > > Hi folks! > > > > I wonder if OBSD supports 50Gbe network cards. And what is the cable > > standard to support such data transfers ? > > > > Thanks. > > > > -- > > The lion and the tiger may be more powerful, but the wolves do not perform > > in the circus

Re: pflow on PE router

2021-06-03 Thread Chris Cappuccio
Stuart Henderson [s...@spacehopper.org] wrote: > > Oh watch out with sloppy. Keep an eye on your state table size. Really? Wouldn't sloppy keep the state table smaller if anything since it's tracking less specifically? Anyways I use sloppy across four boxes that run in parallel with pfsync.

Re: pflow on PE router

2021-06-01 Thread Chris Cappuccio
Denis Fondras [open...@ledeuns.net] wrote: > > "sloppy" seems to fix the issue. I will do more tests this week before > declaring > victory :) > If that really works, then there could be a problem with PF sequence number tracking. Can you develop a specific sequence of events to reproduce the

Re: pflow on PE router

2021-05-28 Thread Chris Cappuccio
Denis Fondras [open...@ledeuns.net] wrote: > Hello, > > I used OpenBSD as a PE router on my network. The router is connected to an > IX, a > transit and multiple peers with OpenBGPd. > > Earlier this week, I enabled pflow(4) to track traffic usage. > Unfortunately enabling pf(4) on a edge

Re: iwm0: fatal firmware error

2021-05-28 Thread Chris Cappuccio
Marco Scholz [t...@disroot.org] wrote: > Hello. > My laptop (Lenovo Thinkpad T495s AMD Ryzen) reports an iwm0 fatal > firmware error. I'm running 6.9 #29. > System gets quite hot, systat shows 40-50% interrupt while idling. > Networking works fine. > > Anybody else has this issue? > > Regards,

Re: poor ethernet network performance

2021-05-18 Thread Chris Cappuccio
Keegan Saunders [kee...@undefinedbehaviour.org] wrote: > I'm noticing that my OpenBSD desktop with a Realtek 8168 ethernet controller > (re(4) driver) is experiencing slow network speeds on OpenBSD 6.9 (not > recent, has been an issue before) > Why not include a dmesg? How do you expect anyone

Re: Cultural underground legende Seymour Cray and his legacy

2021-04-22 Thread Chris Cappuccio
Balder Oddson [ola...@gmail.com] wrote: > On Thu, Apr 22, 2021 at 10:24:32AM +0200, Marc Espie wrote: > > Is this a new UMF experiment ? > > Does it involve integrating this on a chip? Not sure if past successes > are that great. > Your postings are the result of recent secret MKULTRA

Re: 4k sector disk on APU2 problems

2021-03-01 Thread Chris Cappuccio
Raimo Niskanen [raimo+open...@erix.ericsson.se] wrote: > > Much fumbling later it seems that when the disk is connected to the > internal mSATA slot it is seen as a 512 bytes per sector disk. I do not > know what the BIOS thinks of it (factory SeaBIOS 1.10.something). When I > re-installed with

Re: 6.9-BETA Installer crash

2021-02-22 Thread Chris Cappuccio
Chris Cappuccio [ch...@nmedia.net] wrote: > Chris Zakelj [c.zak...@ieee.org] wrote: > > > > Thanks! Now for a mixed-bag result. 5.6 and 5.5 both panic. 5.4 boots > > (dmesg attached), but doesn't actually see the 1TB array (installer says > > "Availa

Re: 6.9-BETA Installer crash

2021-02-22 Thread Chris Cappuccio
Chris Zakelj [c.zak...@ieee.org] wrote: > > Thanks! Now for a mixed-bag result. 5.6 and 5.5 both panic. 5.4 boots > (dmesg attached), but doesn't actually see the 1TB array (installer says > "Available disks are: none." I did get this curiosity after I escaped the > install shell and rebooted:

Re: 6.9-BETA Installer crash

2021-02-18 Thread Chris Cappuccio
Chris Zakelj [c.zak...@ieee.org] wrote: > Thought I'd try using the Dell and ARC-1200 combination with 6.9-BETA I > mentioned a couple months ago > (https://marc.info/?l=openbsd-misc=158259981320518), but still no luck. > Dmesg of both 6.9-BETA and verbose FreeBSD 12.1-RELEASE attached in case >

Re: home printer

2021-02-09 Thread Chris Cappuccio
Marcus MERIGHI [mcmer-open...@tor.at] wrote: > > I've been told, by a local xerox technician, to never print any ransom > demand letter with a modern printer because any printout could be > attributed to the serial number of the printer. > I always email my ransom demand letters so that I can

Re: -current amd64 packages not updated? Impatient or broken?

2021-01-07 Thread Chris Cappuccio
Mihai Popescu [mih...@gmail.com] wrote: > I was in the same situation, impatient to have a 2021 snapshot. > > Warning: I am not sure you will not finish with a Frankenstein system. I am > not so good with compiler-linker stuff. For those trying to use the latest snap and the latest ports, try

Re: [SPAM] Re: APU4 hardware network interfaces tied together

2020-11-18 Thread Chris Cappuccio
Stuart Henderson [s...@spacehopper.org] wrote: > > Do you have evidence to back this up? People were saying the same about > PCEngines not being reliable compared to Soekris too. It all seems nonsense. > Old rpi 1 and 2 machines are still running fine doing the job they were > intended to do. I'm

Re: sd0-n vs wd0-n

2020-10-30 Thread Chris Cappuccio
Amelia A Lewis [amyz...@talsever.com] wrote: > > Can anyone suggest why a machine, with no activity but ssh logins and > then a syspatch of patches 2-3 on 6.8 would spontaneously start > considering the SATA disks in the machine (which were previously loaded > as sd0-sd2) as IDE (wd0-wd2)?

Re: VMM vulns?

2020-09-10 Thread Chris Cappuccio
Demi M. Obenour [demioben...@gmail.com] wrote: > > Yikes! Is https://openbsd.amsterdam affected? > Unless they have a special version of vmm with bugfixes that don't exist anywhere else, then yes, of course.

Re: Rsync is too slow

2020-07-30 Thread Chris Cappuccio
Chris Cappuccio [ch...@nmedia.net] wrote: > > such as: cp -r /usr/bin /mnt/usr/bin > or: tar cf - -C /usr/bin . | tar xpf - -C /mnt/usr/bin > also the destination filesystem should be mounted with async (dangerous on power loss) or softdep (not very dangerous on power loss) t

Re: OpenBSD 6.7-current VM on vmd collectd timesync problem

2020-07-30 Thread Chris Cappuccio
Martin [martin...@protonmail.com] wrote: > > VM using NTP protocol to fine tune clock from the OpenBSD 6.7-current host, > but collectd complain about clock skew in the past. > > Any ideas? > Does this happen with 6.6 or 6.7 as well? 6.7-current uses the TSC directly to gather timestamps, but

Re: Rsync is too slow

2020-07-30 Thread Chris Cappuccio
Rupert Gallagher [r...@protonmail.com] wrote: > No, I am not using USB. your dmesg didn't make it to the list because you are attaching a text file and attachments are not allowed on misc. please put it inline with the message.

Re: Rsync is too slow

2020-07-30 Thread Chris Cappuccio
Rupert Gallagher [r...@protonmail.com] wrote: > No, I am not using USB. rsync between disks should be very fast. you are going from the sata to the nvme ? NetBSD or FreeBSD or somebody made some speed improvements to nvme that we should review. i can't remember right now. anyways, 10GB/hour

Re: Rsync is too slow

2020-07-30 Thread Chris Cappuccio
Rupert Gallagher [r...@protonmail.com] wrote: > Latest obsd with new 4TB wd red ssd disk copying from 2TB seagate exos > returns 80GB in 8 hours with zero activity by other tasks. The server has > 12GB ecc ram cache. Copying 1.4 TB from a nas to the same exos took 2.5 hours > shy. Is there a

Re: Shell account service providers

2020-07-19 Thread Chris Cappuccio
Adrian Grigore [adrian.emil.grig...@gmail.com] wrote: > https://tilde.institute/ > That's a cool project. Shell environments are the original social network.

Re: Shell account service providers

2020-07-18 Thread Chris Cappuccio
ibs...@ripsbusker.no.eu.org [ibs...@ripsbusker.no.eu.org] wrote: > Aaron Mason writes: > > What are you looking for in such a service? > > Minimally, SSH login, 100GB disk space, and build tools > > It's easy enough to find something like this, but it is usually bundled > with other stuff and

Re: IPSec heavy traffic slows down all network traffic

2020-07-18 Thread Chris Cappuccio
jean-yves boisiaud [jean-yves.boisi...@alcor-consulting.fr] wrote: > Last week, I upgraded a couple of firewalls using carp/pfsync and sasyncd > from 6.0 to 6.7 (yes, big jump !). > > I also applied all the 6.7 published patches. > > When some heavy traffic takes one of the IPSec tunnel, I

Re: Trinity desktop environment

2020-05-11 Thread Chris Cappuccio
i...@aulix.com [i...@aulix.com] wrote: > Is it possible to run TDE by trinitydesktop.org on OpenBSD? > Or is it going to be possible in the future? You'd have to ask Trinity. Trinity doesn't maintain their own compatibility for BSDs as a priority, so it's not a trivial effort for an outsider.

Re: Having PF enabled breaks up rsync (and scp) over ssh connections

2020-03-03 Thread Chris Cappuccio
Jyri Hovila [Turvamies.fi] [jyri.hov...@turvamies.fi] wrote: > Hello everyone! > > Now here's a mysterious one -- I've been working on this for weeks and still > have no clue what's causing it. > > "client_loop: send disconnect: Broken pipe > > As soon as I disable pf entirely, the problem

Re: What TERM fixes Emacs?

2020-02-25 Thread Chris Cappuccio
Emilia [emi...@sonic.net] wrote: > Stuart, > > Apologies for breaking netiquette w/ sending images. > > Could you please point me to what "pccon" is? I found references to > pccon in pcvt - but it is unclear to me how I can use pcvt either. > export TERM=pccon perhaps?

cwm window in all/no groups

2019-12-28 Thread Chris Cappuccio
I'm using windows groups with sticky. unbind-key all bind-keyM-1 group-only-1 bind-keyM-2 group-only-2 ... sticky yes Usually I can keep all my windows in whatever group they were opened in. On occasion, I must be typing in some strange key combination and I end up

Re: pfsync on VLAN - supported ?

2019-11-13 Thread Chris Cappuccio
Rachel Roch [rr...@tutanota.de] wrote: > Hi, > > Both the man page and FAQ (https://www.openbsd.org/faq/pf/carp.html) > talk about "physical interface" in > relation to the syncdev parameter. > > Does this mean Bad Things (TM) will happen if I try to

Re: OpenBSD and solid state disks

2019-11-08 Thread Chris Cappuccio
Raymond, David [david.raym...@nmt.edu] wrote: > Thanks for the insight on SSDs -- sounds like there is not much of an > issue with modern drives. > If write endurance is a concern, you can buy higher grade SSDs that have constant latency (at the expense of max speed) and a lot of extra flash. I

Re: fw_update long timeout, how to specify mirror

2019-10-22 Thread Chris Cappuccio
Tommy Nevtelen [to...@nevtelen.com] wrote: > Hi! > > I have some systems without access to the Internets and with internal > mirrors for packages and fw_update packages. But when openbsd does a > sysupgrade or a new install it runs fw_update against firmware.openbsd.org. > The problem here is

Re: surprisingly good net speed with 2 REs

2019-10-22 Thread Chris Cappuccio
g...@oat.com [g...@oat.com] wrote: > > Peaks at about 500mb/sec tcpbench is a better test because it won't measure your disk i/o at the same time also, the realtek chip you mention has a hard limitation of around 500Mbps on either transmit or receive, i'm not sure. this is according to luigi

Re: txpower

2019-10-06 Thread Chris Cappuccio
Roderick [hru...@gmail.com] wrote: > > It seems, it disappeared from ifconfig because only wi supported it. > It would be nice if more people were working on the 802.11 stack. The man- power here is very limited. > Can I be sure that my WLAN is not sending stronger than the law allows? >

Re: Impossible to remove a broken package on 6.5.

2019-09-06 Thread Chris Cappuccio
Angelo Rossi [angelo.rossi.home...@gmail.com] wrote: > > # pkg_delete -v kicad > Can't locate object method "updateset_with_new" via package > "OpenBSD::PkgDelete::State" at /usr/libdata/perl5/OpenBSD/Dependencies.pm > line 309. > Your /usr/libdata/perl5/OpenBSD directory is corrupted, this

Re: Future of X.org?

2019-06-29 Thread Chris Cappuccio
Leonid Bobrov [mazoc...@disroot.org] wrote: > On Fri, Jun 28, 2019 at 01:56:43PM -0400, Christopher Turkel wrote: > > First, I'd like to blame Xenocara for this pain porting Wayland to > OpenBSD (because building Mesa from ports would be an opportunity), > right now to build Mesa with Wayland

Re: may an edgerouter or pair / queue porblem

2019-06-29 Thread Chris Cappuccio
ms [m...@it-infrastrukturen.org] wrote: > What hardware (CPU, memory type, network cards) do you use in your > configuration? > > Myself I have faced network related performance issues on OpenBSD (v. 6.4). > > Network card drivers are known "not to be very fast" in OpenBSD.. > OpenBSD

Re: umsm0: this device is not using CDC notify message in intr pipe. HP Compaq dc5750

2019-06-29 Thread Chris Cappuccio
Kihaguru Gathura [pqscr...@gmail.com] wrote: > Hello, > > Huawei E303 modem now detaches in OpenBSD 6.5 This works fine on > OpenBSD 6.2 same machine. > There's a remote chance that this is fixed in 6.5-current. Some USB work has been going on. But if that doesn't work, you'll have to try more

Re: Let's Encrypt ACMEv1 end-of-life

2019-06-03 Thread Chris Cappuccio
Diogo Pinela [dpin...@ipatimup.pt] wrote: > > That's interesting, but it doesn't answer my question at all. I don't know if Kristaps is planning on updating it. Nobody else has mentioned it. Maybe it's a prime job for you to investigate? The final RFC version, ACMEv2, is documented in RFC 8555:

Re: Lenovo w/ AMD Ryzen CPU

2019-05-28 Thread Chris Cappuccio
David Anthony [d...@silentsystems.org] wrote: > All, > > The Lenovo release of T*95 series laptops with AMD Ryzen CPU appears > imminent. > > Would these be poor choices for OpenBSD? Are there any anticipated > ???gotchas??? that I should be aware of? Any thoughts would be greatly >

Re: Double nat with pf ?

2019-05-09 Thread Chris Cappuccio
Mik J [mikyde...@yahoo.fr] wrote: > Hello, > Is it possible to nat both source and destination IP on the same openbsd pf > instance aka double nat ? > If yes do someone has an example of it ? are you trying to do "hairpin" NAT? what are you trying to accomplish?

Re: Upgrade procedure (6.4 -> 6.5)

2019-05-02 Thread Chris Cappuccio
Ingo Schwarze [schwa...@usta.de] wrote: > > It might be a good idea to do > > # rm -rf /usr/share/man/* /usr/X11R6/man/* > > immediately before an upgrade. > I go one step further, and rm -rf /usr/include /usr/share /usr/X11R6 before a new snapshot is applied. This is a bit overkill but

Re: Down on em fibre doesn't kill Layer 1 ?

2019-04-23 Thread Chris Cappuccio
Rachel Roch [rr...@tutanota.de] wrote: > > Would it be too much to ask to get this functionality implemented ? > No as long as you are asking yourself... Or perhaps, if you are willing to pay someone else! > I was dealing with a carrier the other day and we were dealing with bringing > up two

Re: OpenBSD httpd: PCI - DSS Compliance

2019-04-10 Thread Chris Cappuccio
Kihaguru Gathura [pqscr...@gmail.com] wrote: > Hi, > > The message below refers. Has httpd met the particular requirement > 6.5.1 - 6.5.10 as shown? or is it a matter of further configuration. > > "Requirement 6.5 > Fingerprinted versions of web software used on the website may contain >

Re: compared filesystem performance, was Re: 10GBit network performance on OpenBSD 6.4

2019-04-09 Thread Chris Cappuccio
gwes [g...@oat.com] wrote: > > That doesn't answer the question: if you say > dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/sda (linux) /dev/rsd0c (bsd) bs=64k count=100 > what transfer rate is reported > totally agree, Anatoli could you please compare ? > That number represents the maximum possible long-term

Re: compared filesystem performance, was Re: 10GBit network performance on OpenBSD 6.4

2019-04-08 Thread Chris Cappuccio
gwes [g...@oat.com] wrote: > > What is the rated transfer rate of the SSD you're using to test? > SATA 3 wire speed is 6G/sec and realistically 500MB/sec raw rate > is near the top. > > Anything over that is an artefact probably from a cache somewhere. > He's using NVMe with its own DRAM

Re: 10GBit network performance on OpenBSD 6.4

2019-04-08 Thread Chris Cappuccio
Anatoli [m...@anatoli.ws] wrote: > > I've seen extremely slow HDD performance in OpenBSD, like 12x slower than on > Linux, also no filesystem cache, so depending on your HDD with scp you may > be hitting the max throughput for the FS, not the network. > 12x slower? That's insane. What are you

Re: serial console images for installing on vmd based guests

2019-03-13 Thread Chris Cappuccio
Mike Larkin [mlar...@nested.page] wrote: > > Still not sure I understand what you're after. Basically all Linux installers > can do this, you just need to add console=ttyS0,115200 to the kernel command > line. I don't think there are any installers that have this change already > made. > I

Re: serial console images for installing on vmd based guests

2019-03-13 Thread Chris Cappuccio
Mike Larkin [mlar...@nested.page] wrote: > On Tue, Mar 12, 2019 at 05:37:04PM -0700, Chris Cappuccio wrote: > > Is there any archive of serial console bootable images (w/virtio support) > > for Linux or other OSes to boot under vmd? > > > > You mean installer im

serial console images for installing on vmd based guests

2019-03-12 Thread Chris Cappuccio
Is there any archive of serial console bootable images (w/virtio support) for Linux or other OSes to boot under vmd?

Re: 40G ixl nics

2019-02-04 Thread Chris Cappuccio
Tommy Nevtelen [to...@nevtelen.com] wrote: > > > > Any ideas ? > > Sorry, nope. > > But I don't think that there is support for any Intel NICs above 10G. > That's the whole point of ixl, to support these NICs. Tony, it's appropriate to start with a full dmesg and a report to b...@openbsd.org.

Re: I am sorry

2019-02-04 Thread Chris Cappuccio
Leonid Bobrov [mazoc...@disroot.org] wrote: > Hi, dear OpenBSD community. > > Please forgive me for drama I made earlier at mailing list and > IRC channel. I am not a troll, I promise, I want to contribute to > OpenBSD in any way I can, please give me a chance. > This is the internet. Nobody

Re: [SOLVED] Re: apu2 em0/dhclient problems

2019-01-31 Thread Chris Cappuccio
Edgar Pettijohn [ed...@pettijohn-web.com] wrote: > > Don't know why it works, but em1 works. I guess I'll rewrite my config files. > This shouldn't be an acceptable solution to you. Unless the port is physically damaged, you should figure out what's going on. Tcpdump is a great start. Chris

Re: Performance impact of PF on APU2

2018-12-30 Thread Chris Cappuccio
Hrvoje Popovski [hrv...@srce.hr] wrote: > if you're feeling brave enough and you can test/experiment > with pf you can download openbsd kernel with experimental MP support > from here http://kosjenka.srce.hr/~hrvoje/zaprocvat/smpfbsd > > SHA256 (smpfbsd) = >

Re: OpenBGPD - Adding Diversity to the Route Server Landscape (ripe.net)

2018-11-30 Thread Chris Cappuccio
Mike Hammett [openbsd-m...@ics-il.net] wrote: > Why worry about HTTPS? What's to gain? > > Job's Twitter is very promising. > Aside from getting exploited by the latest OpenSSL bug (ok, LibreSSL has done a great job lowering this probability!), the other big benefit is that crappy providers

Re: Intel Celeron SoC support

2018-11-20 Thread Chris Cappuccio
Andrew Lemin [andrew.le...@gmail.com] wrote: > Hi, > > I am running an ASRock J4105B-ITX board and wanting to run OpenBSD on this. > https://www.asrock.com/MB/Intel/J4105B-ITX/index.asp#BIOS > > It boots up, and at the 'boot>' prompt I can use the keyboard find. > > However after it boots up,

Re: DRM without X

2018-09-05 Thread Chris Cappuccio
tfrohw...@fastmail.com [tfrohw...@fastmail.com] wrote: > > > On September 4, 2018 2:11:11 PM UTC, Maurice McCarthy > wrote: > >On 03/09/2018, Thomas de Grivel wrote: > > > >> Is there any way to use the DRM drivers without X11 ? > > > >Probably not. The X sets in base are an integral part of

Re: NodeJS apps on Httpd?

2018-09-05 Thread Chris Cappuccio
Michael Joy [mich...@michaeljoy.eu] wrote: > Does anyone have any experience of getting node apps running through httpd? > Any opinions, instructions or warnings are welcome. I think generally node apps will be run behind relayd, not httpd.

Re: resize /usr

2018-09-04 Thread Chris Cappuccio
Ken M [k...@mack-z.com] wrote: > > $ df -h > Filesystem SizeUsed Avail Capacity Mounted on > /dev/sd0a 1005M245M710M26%/ > /dev/sd0h 62.9G 21.7G 38.1G36%/home > /dev/sd0d 3.9G302K3.7G 0%/tmp > /dev/sd0f 14.8G 11.6G2.5G

Re: PCEngines APU4B4 doesn't boot AMD64 when PXE is activated in the bios

2018-08-29 Thread Chris Cappuccio
Chris Cappuccio [ch...@nmedia.net] wrote: > This sounds exactly like what happens when you don't do this at the > boot> prompt: > > stty com0 115220 stty com0 115200 of course

Re: PCEngines APU4B4 doesn't boot AMD64 when PXE is activated in the bios

2018-08-29 Thread Chris Cappuccio
This sounds exactly like what happens when you don't do this at the boot> prompt: stty com0 115220 set tty com0 Arnaud BRAND [arnaud.brand--o...@tib.cc] wrote: > Good evening list, > > I recently bought a PCEngine APU4B4 https://www.pcengines.ch/apu4b4.htm > AMD GX-412TC, 1 GHz quad Jaguar core

Re: ..Re AMDGPU Re: Plans to port the amdgpu(4) driver? (=to support Radeons made 2014/2015 and after.) Hardware/other donations needed?

2018-07-31 Thread Chris Cappuccio
> > Ignoring the parts of the shared > > drm/ttm code that would have to be updated the latest > > drivers/gpu/drm/amd in linux has over 1.5 million lines of code. Which > > is multiple times larger than the complete OpenBSD kernel source... > Despite everything you replied with, Jonathan's

Re: Poor browser performance in OpenBSD

2018-06-20 Thread Chris Cappuccio
Patrick Harper [paia...@fastmail.com] wrote: > I beg to differ, on my setup at least, the full GMaps in Chromium runs silky > smooth as intended. This is a Cayman (radeon) graphics card driving a 4K > monitor through dual 1920x2160 signals (hooray xrandr). I've never tried > Intel graphics

Re: Upgrade 6.0 -> 6.1: ix mmba is not mem space

2018-05-29 Thread Chris Cappuccio
No magic expected here, but why not try 6.3? 6.1 is not supported anymore, and in any event, you need to include full dmesg so that others without DL360 Gen9 have a chance at helping you. Maxim Bourmistrov [m...@alumni.chalmers.se] wrote: > Hey, > While moving one of machines from 6.0 to 6.1, I

Re: Open source RISC-V 64bit w ECC RAM & PCIe this summer

2018-05-29 Thread Chris Cappuccio
Rupert Gallagher [r...@protonmail.com] wrote: > Everybody loves the idea of an open-source CPU that can be uploaded to an > FPGA processor. Anybody from China who starts selling a mini-itx board and an > FPGA fast enough to run risc-v will turn the market on its head in 6--10 > years, killing

Re: Meltdown workaround enabled?

2018-03-13 Thread Chris Cappuccio
Mike Larkin [mlar...@azathoth.net] wrote: > > I'm not sure whether or not I believe what your machine is reporting, I was > under the assumption that new hardware was needed to fix this. Shrug. > There is a public PoC for meltdown and spectre on OpenBSD: https://github.com/genua/meltdown

Re: tor inside vmm, horribly slow?!

2018-02-13 Thread Chris Cappuccio
Oops, actually uipc_socket2.c

Re: tor inside vmm, horribly slow?!

2018-02-13 Thread Chris Cappuccio
Revert uipc_socket.c rev 1.90. Does tor work properly again? Thomas Weinbrenner [m...@tweinbrenner.net] wrote: > > > > Am 12.02.2018 um 00:38 schrieb Jiri B : > > > > Hi, > > > > has anybody tried to run tor inside vmm guest? > > > > it's horrible slow, just doing

Re: Bad network performance on apu2c4

2017-11-04 Thread Chris Cappuccio
Rupert Gallagher [r...@protonmail.com] wrote: > Look, I know what I am talking about. I have an apu that does what I said > using negligible cpu load. And there is nothing fancy with it. I see. Sorry, until you said this, I was not convinced that you knew. Having read these words, it's now

Re: Bad network performance on apu2c4

2017-11-04 Thread Chris Cappuccio
Rupert Gallagher [r...@protonmail.com] wrote: > > You seem to say that handling larger packets is a feature of having limited > CPU. I disagree. > Rupert, I'm saying that a slower CPU can process less packets per second. The important measurement is packets-per-second. The APU has plenty of

Re: Cheap 2x NIC OpenBSD device

2017-11-03 Thread Chris Cappuccio
Sean Murphy [s.pat.mu...@gmail.com] wrote: > You can install OpenBSD on it. As noted in the thread by techay Ted > Unangst has a good write up on the unit on his blog. > A side note, OpenBSD 6.2-current will take better advantage of the multiple cores using the cnmac interface (or will soon)

Re: Bad network performance on apu2c4

2017-11-03 Thread Chris Cappuccio
Rupert Gallagher [r...@protonmail.com] wrote: > Out of curiosity, I just tested an apu2c4 server with obsd 6.1, against a > windows 10 client on LAN with a 1Gbit CISCO switch in between and 9K MTU on > both sides, using iperf3 -P10. The result is a spectacular 950Mbits/sec. > This is not a

Re: Xen based VPS / OpenBSD 6.2 / OpenVPN 2.4.4 => Slow download speed after upgrade

2017-10-31 Thread Chris Cappuccio
You went from emulated Realtek ethernet to xnf. Can you try other network interfaces? Berry Wendermouth [bayb...@riseup.net] wrote: > Xen based VPS / OpenBSD 6.2 / OpenVPN 2.4.4 => Slow download speed after > upgrade >

Re: Trouble with VMM/VMD

2017-10-11 Thread Chris Cappuccio
A side note, you should turn on AHCI in your BIOS, not 'compatible' mode pciide0: using apic 2 int 19 for native-PCI interrupt wd0 at pciide0 channel 0 drive 0: wd0: 16-sector PIO, LBA48, 1907729MB, 3907029168 sectors wd1 at pciide0 channel 0 drive 1: wd1: 16-sector PIO, LBA48, 244198MB,

Re: Apollo Lake

2017-10-02 Thread Chris Cappuccio
The Asrock J3710 is supported with inteldrm and ethernet etc... Predrag Punosevac [punoseva...@gmail.com] wrote: > Hi Misc, > > The motherboard on my desktop machine just died. I would like to go > fanless embedded. Something like ASRock J3455-ITX. > >

Re: TCP Window Scaling

2017-09-14 Thread Chris Cappuccio
gt; > > PatientSky AS > Hovfaret 17 B, NO-0275 Oslo, Norway > patientsky.com > > > > > 2017-09-14 19:46 GMT+02:00 Chris Cappuccio <ch...@nmedia.net>: > > ipsec tunnels don't use TCP > > > > iperf has the -w option > > > > An

Re: TCP Window Scaling

2017-09-14 Thread Chris Cappuccio
ipsec tunnels don't use TCP iperf has the -w option Andreas Kr??ger [a...@patientsky.com] wrote: > How would i set i for ipsec tunnels or iperf etc. then? > ANDREAS KR??GER > CTO Hosting and Infrastructure > > +45 51808863 > a...@patientsky.com > > > > PatientSky AS > Hovfaret 17 B, NO-0275

Re: Octeon/MIPS64 SMP Support

2017-09-14 Thread Chris Cappuccio
Once you get to OCTEON III class with -current, software FP emulation is no longer at play. Ubiquiti Edgerouter 4, 6 and Infinity all fit this class. 4 to 16 cores. Not bad. Martijn van Duren [openbsd+m...@list.imperialat.at] wrote: > On 09/13/17 22:28, Dante F. B. Col?? wrote: > > Hi > > > >

Re: [PATCH] Off-by-one bug in httpd's config file port number checking

2017-08-18 Thread Chris Cappuccio
Kris Katterjohn [katterj...@gmail.com] wrote: > Hello, > > I think I've found an off-by-one bug in httpd: it cannot listen on port > 65535 when the port is specified as a number (although it can listen on > it if specified as the string "65535", or if an appropriate line is > added to

Re: OpenBSD-based ISP

2017-08-17 Thread Chris Cappuccio
Juan Guillermo Narvaez [guille...@nrvz.net] wrote: > # sysctl | grep ifq > net.inet.ip.ifq.len=0 > net.inet.ip.ifq.maxlen=1024 > net.inet.ip.ifq.drops=46068291 > net.inet6.ip6.ifq.len=0 > net.inet6.ip6.ifq.maxlen=256 > net.inet6.ip6.ifq.drops=0 > The drops are high. You probably want a higher

Re: vmd and FreeBSD support

2017-07-25 Thread Chris Cappuccio
Tell it to use a serial console and not a VGA console David Lowe [d.l...@openmailbox.org] wrote: > Hello, > a few weeks ago, I read something about vmm hosting FreeBSD. I tried the > image > found at > https://download.freebsd.org/ftp/releases/VM-IMAGES/11.0-RELEASE/amd64/Latest/ > but the boot

Re: Gina/Adityha, followup on donation request re OpenPower devices Re: Interest in POWER platform?

2017-05-25 Thread Chris Cappuccio
Hi Mikael, I can't tell, are you trolling these people? Or, do you sincerely find these to be an effective set of techniques to convince other people of your beliefs? This is a pro bono email. Chris Mikael [mikael.ml...@gmail.com] wrote: > Hi IBM, > > This email followup was mostly to

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