Re: match two conditions in relayd(8)

2020-01-27 Thread Sebastian Benoit
Joel Carnat(j...@carnat.net) on 2020.01.27 18:21:43 +0100: > Hi, > > I'm setting up an HTTP(S) Reverse Proxy with relayd(8). > > I have one listener with multiple FQDN allowed. > But I also have a common path that must be treated separately. > > As for now, I have: > http protocol "https" { >

Re: FreeBSD daemon(8)-like command for OpenBSD

2020-01-27 Thread Ingo Schwarze
Hi Patrick, Patrick Kristiansen wrote on Mon, Jan 27, 2020 at 08:13:28PM +0100: > Is there something like the FreeBSD daemon(8) command for OpenBSD, > which can run a process in the background and restart it if it > crashes? Absolutely not, we are strongly convinced this is an utterly stupid

match two conditions in relayd(8)

2020-01-27 Thread Joel Carnat
Hi, I'm setting up an HTTP(S) Reverse Proxy with relayd(8). I have one listener with multiple FQDN allowed. But I also have a common path that must be treated separately. As for now, I have: http protocol "https" { match request header "Host" value "one.domain.local" forward to match

FreeBSD daemon(8)-like command for OpenBSD

2020-01-27 Thread Patrick Kristiansen
Hi everyone, Is there something like the FreeBSD daemon(8) command for OpenBSD, which can run a process in the background and restart it if it crashes? That is, is there a command that comes with OpenBSD's base image with these capabilities? Surprisingly, Google hasn't revealed anything useful to

Re: FreeBSD daemon(8)-like command for OpenBSD

2020-01-27 Thread dagrichards
Irresponsible people like myself have been known to put cron jobs in place to look for, and if necessary restart crashy daemons. This could referred to as a kludge, though many would argue that is to mild an aspersion to cast upon it. PID=`pgrep gloob` if [ -z "$PID" ]        then           

Re: FreeBSD daemon(8)-like command for OpenBSD

2020-01-27 Thread aisha
I generally do this on a user level with some editors like emacs, cuz I run spacemacs which is prone to crashes, cuz of over 9000 plugins Small improvement: Keep a PID file, along with pgrep, because of multiple emacs-server instances It has worked a bit better than simple pgrep If anyone

changed UpdateHostKeys behaviour in current?

2020-01-27 Thread tom ryan
I've just updated to the latest snap, and now every SSH connection I make is asking me to accept updated hostkeys. $ ssh somehost Learned new hostkey: RSA SHA256: Learned new hostkey: ED25519 SHA256: Accept updated hostkeys? (yes/no): I see that some changes have been occurring

Re: interface modifiers :network and :0 picking different subnets for IPv6

2020-01-27 Thread richard . n . procter
On Mon, 27 Jan 2020, Paul de Weerd wrote: > Hi all, > > Following up from my previous (PEBKAC) issue[1], I kept working on my > ruleset. I found, what I believe to be, another issue. Here's the > reduced ruleset that reproduces the problem: > [snip details] > > The problem is in the IPv6

Re: Catastrophic

2020-01-27 Thread Rares Aioanei
A full dmesg would certainly help. Also, do you see anything in /var/log/messages? On Mon, Jan 27, 2020 at 4:01 PM Justin Noor wrote: > > Hello community, > > I'm looking for any advice on how to troubleshoot some strange and > catastrophic behavior on my OpenBSD machine. Seemingly out of

Re: Catastrophic

2020-01-27 Thread Ottavio Caruso
On Mon, 27 Jan 2020 at 13:59, Justin Noor wrote: > > Hello community, > > I'm looking for any advice on how to troubleshoot some strange and > catastrophic behavior on my OpenBSD machine. Seemingly out of nowhere, it > started freezing to the extent that only a forced shutdown (holding down > the

interface modifiers :network and :0 picking different subnets for IPv6

2020-01-27 Thread Paul de Weerd
Hi all, Following up from my previous (PEBKAC) issue[1], I kept working on my ruleset. I found, what I believe to be, another issue. Here's the reduced ruleset that reproduces the problem: [root@ferrari] # cat pf.tmp IntIF=em1 # only allow DNS to the unbound instance listening on em1 (v4 and

Catastrophic

2020-01-27 Thread Justin Noor
Hello community, I'm looking for any advice on how to troubleshoot some strange and catastrophic behavior on my OpenBSD machine. Seemingly out of nowhere, it started freezing to the extent that only a forced shutdown (holding down the power button) gets me out of it. I suspect it's some kind of