Compatibility question for the New Sun X4100 server with 4FastEthernet as possible BGP routers, or stick with HP DL-145 G2?

2005-09-29 Thread Daniel Ouellet
Hi, I am stuck with many Cisco routers 7206 VXR that now run at 100% CPU process time to time. The BGP table grow to a level that when combine with a few access list on these routers, it now run out of steam! At a minimum, more then I would like to see anyway! I guess no one will be

Re: Compatibility question for the New Sun X4100 server with 4FastEthernet as possible BGP routers, or stick with HP DL-145 G2?

2005-09-30 Thread Daniel Ouellet
Henning Brauer wrote: I am more curious about the 2100 actually. Finally a vendor got it and made a (apparently) decent single-CPU amd64 1U machine with a reasonable price tag. I am uncertain what chipset they use, might be nForce, might I like the 2100 better, but was looking at the 4100

BGP session clear by remote end when MD5 is configure AND the session was initiate from OpenBSD side failed and do not recover.

2005-10-04 Thread Daniel Ouellet
I am not sure that this is normal for routers configure with MD5 or not to react like this. Both side can and should be allow to initiate the bgp session. But when the session is not initiate from bgpd, then unexpected results occur. OpenBSD --- Cisco routers. With MD5. If the session is

Re: BGP session clear by remote end when MD5 is configure AND the session was initiate from OpenBSD side failed and do not recover.

2005-10-05 Thread Daniel Ouellet
More on this with test results, example, setup use, and more details. The short of it is that bgpd will not establish an MD5 connection as slave ever! So, if you do get an MD5 session in normal operation, it may well not stay stable at all depending of bgp flap and who will try to become

Re: BGP session clear by remote end when MD5 is configure AND the session was initiate from OpenBSD side failed and do not recover.

2005-10-06 Thread Daniel Ouellet
Claudio Jeker wrote: With bgpd master Clear session from bgpd side, session comes back up right away. Clear session from remote side, session comes back up with delay. With bgpd slave Clear session from bgpd side, session comes back up with delay. Clear session from remote side, session comes

Re: BGP session clear by remote end when MD5 is configure AND the session was initiate from OpenBSD side failed and do not recover.

2005-10-06 Thread Daniel Ouellet
Claudio Jeker wrote: On Wed, Oct 05, 2005 at 06:33:05PM -0400, Daniel Ouellet wrote: == Without MD5 configure. With bgpd master Clear session from bgpd side, session comes back up right away. Clear session from remote side, session comes back up with delay. With bgpd

Re: The Wikipedia article on OpenBSD

2005-10-06 Thread Daniel Ouellet
pretty good. My only suggestions would be to note that Nick handles the official FAQ, and adding Daniel Ouellet as the organizer/caretaker of the unofficial user's library. If you have any article(s) that you want to find a home for, I would be more then happy to provide it! Contributions have been

Re: BGP session clear by remote end when MD5 is configure AND the session was initiate from OpenBSD side failed and do not recover.

2005-10-07 Thread Daniel Ouellet
Claudio Jeker wrote: On Wed, Oct 05, 2005 at 06:33:05PM -0400, Daniel Ouellet wrote: Now with MD5 configure. We only add tcp md5sig password test on bgpd side and neighbor 66.63.12.108 password test on the Cisco side. With bgpd master Clear session from bgpd side, session

Re: Sun's AMD 64 lineup

2005-10-12 Thread Daniel Ouellet
OpenBSD Admin wrote: Does anyone have any experience with these sun boxes eg (the 'X' series or aquarius are pretty new; X2100 X4100 X4200 These three are new and not available now. Last time I check with Sun, they will start to ship early November. So, I don't expect to many feedback on

Re: Happy Birthday OpenBSD ! 10 years !

2005-10-14 Thread Daniel Ouellet
Marco Peereboom wrote: Neat now OpenBSD and I share the same birthday :-) Neat in fact! But we won't wish you happy 10th birthday right? Or you sure would have started to bang on that keyboard very early for sure! (; May be that's where some of the early bugs came from! (; Unless you were

Re: BGP session clear by remote end when MD5 is configure AND the session was initiate from OpenBSD side failed and do not recover.

2005-10-18 Thread Daniel Ouellet
Hi all, Here is my latest update on this one and a work around as well. Not great, but it work for now until this bug is fix. To reproduce the problem, you only need to enable: ip tcp selective-ack on your Cisco router and as soon as you will clean the BGP session setup with MD5 on your

Re: iptables vs pf

2005-10-20 Thread Daniel Ouellet
I actually was reading a good document on PF tonight and I came across this quote that I think would answer your question as to the difference between iptables and pf. OK, may be it's more poetic, but still I really liked it. Hope it make you think as well! (: And I think it describe it very

Re: C++ exceptions with OpenBSD 3.6 on amd64

2005-10-21 Thread Daniel Ouellet
Chad M Stewart wrote: And if you'd pre-ordered 3.8 then you might have gotten an email like I did today. :-) Now I just need enough revenue from my new company so I can replace all of my servers with real boxes like V20z and X4100. Funny now that I'm now longer an employee of Sun I'll

Re: OpenBSD MetaStore: Distributed hosting?

2005-10-23 Thread Daniel Ouellet
Please guys, can we stop this fight over who does what and how to be accessible from where. In the interest of bringing peace back on misc@ I will extend the offer to host this on high capacity network if the community really want it. More then once the community always say, yes this is

Re: openssh in other products

2005-10-25 Thread Daniel Ouellet
ok, i have sent them some nice feedback. if some other people want to voice their dismay, you can do it here: http://www.docs.hp.com/en/feedback.html keep the flames in your fireplace at home, probably just a massive typo... Thanks Feedback sent in officially from my business with the list of

[Fwd: Re: Your web comment on docs.hp.com]

2005-10-25 Thread Daniel Ouellet
Some feedback already. Keep sending the feedback. They extracted only that part for my email to them however. I wrote more then that and strongly suggested that a politically correct moved would also be to give some hardware back to the project they benefit as well! At a minimum,

Re: PHP-MySQL-Apache madness!

2005-11-06 Thread Daniel Ouellet
Kelly Martin wrote: OpenBSD kernel panic'ed or was otherwise unresponsive. A full reboot was required by pulling the plug, because the console would not respond (I walked my brother through this over the phone - remote location). When the system came back up, Apache would not start. I know you

Re: pf.conf to only allow port 22, 25 and 80 to my server.

2005-11-07 Thread Daniel Ouellet
Larry Llong wrote: I just want to allow port 22, 25 and 80 to my server. I know I can activate and deactive pf with -e and -d, but that doesn't seem to reload the configuration. Does it? Read the informations available here: http://openbsd.org/faq/pf/index.html Or even a very good step by

Re: Telnet daemon retired in 3.8 ?

2005-11-07 Thread Daniel Ouellet
Matthew S Elmore wrote: I cannot appear to locate a telnet daemon in 3.8 installs now. It appears to have silently disappeared between 3.7 and 3.8. Not really silently, but not with huge party either. http://marc.theaimsgroup.com/?l=openbsd-cvsm=111700017509177w=2 I know it was announce as

Re: Anyone tried a sun fire X2100 server yet?

2005-11-08 Thread Daniel Ouellet
Will H. Backman wrote: Anyone put OpenBSD 3.8 on a Sun Fire X2100 AMD server yet? Not yet. My shipping date for the X2100 is: **BACK ORDERED ETA OF 11/22/05** For the X4100, well... **BACK ORDERED CONSTRAINED** (NO ETA AS OF 11-07-05) So, my guess is not before December will have be able

Re: pf.conf to only allow port 22, 25 and 80 to my server.

2005-11-08 Thread Daniel Ouellet
Larry Llong wrote: this list is no where as bad as people say. The list is very good and welcoming to users that do their homework and try to find the answer first before asking. I think it's even one of the best one, if not THE BEST one! People that told you the list is bad are most

Re: mysql problem

2007-07-13 Thread Daniel Ouellet
Marcos Laufer wrote: Now what? http://openbsdsupport.org/mysql.htm

Re: mysql problem

2007-07-15 Thread Daniel Ouellet
Marcos Laufer wrote: Ok , i had followed the instructions at http://openbsdsupport.org/mysql.htm Go back and read again many times over until you get it. You didn't read it and you didn't pay attention to statement in bold either. I could tell you what to do to fix it, but then you wouldn't

Re: mysql problem

2007-07-15 Thread Daniel Ouellet
Marcos Laufer wrote: Ok , i had followed the instructions at http://openbsdsupport.org/mysql.htm I also forgot to add this as well in my previous reply, also in the text of the document you have been pointed to. So, be wise and change what you need to change for your setup! But only what

Re: mysql problem

2007-07-16 Thread Daniel Ouellet
Marcos Laufer wrote: When i post a message on the OpenBSD misc list it is because one of two reasons: Mostly one looks like. 1) I want to report an error i found while testing OpenBSD, and by reporting it i might be helping the project, somebody might be able to fix it and the OS grows. 2)

Re: support for Sun Fire

2007-07-16 Thread Daniel Ouellet
Toni Mueller wrote: Hi Mark, On Tue, 29.05.2007 at 14:13:06 +0100, mark reardon [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I just got a x2100 M2 from Sun yesterday on a 60 day trial and am having trouble setting the MTU on one of the bge NICs. Just some initial findings. Not a big problem for me really. did

Re: support for Sun Fire

2007-07-16 Thread Daniel Ouellet
Dag Richards wrote: I would recommend you take a look at the HP DL360, one U hardware raid and have nice little management interface you can ssh to which allows pretty complete console access, go into bios, watch boot messages, power set the system. The Sun 4100 is a pretty good one as well.

Re: Allocate more memory than 512 MB with squid

2007-07-18 Thread Daniel Ouellet
Patrick Hemmen wrote: Squid runs under the user _squid and this user is in the login class daemon in which the data size is set to infinity. Or do I have to set a another capability? How do you start your squid is the key. man 5 login.conf man 8 rc explain it. Just putting the class there

Re: VPN site to site with ipsec

2007-07-23 Thread Daniel Ouellet
sonjaya wrote: http://www.openbsdsupport.org/vpn-ipsec.html This is almost 3 years old and there is so many changes, please don't follow this on 4.1! I most likely will remove it if we can get an updated version. Consider this: http://www.serverwatch.com/tutorials/article.php/3659686 or

Re: VPN site to site with ipsec

2007-07-23 Thread Daniel Ouellet
sonjaya wrote: http://www.openbsdsupport.org/vpn-ipsec.html May be you could also have a look at this nice presentation that show many changes done on OpenBSD. You can start here to see some OpenBSD suggestions, but you can look it all as well as it's nice. (;

Re: dmesg amd64-current on Sun Fire X4600 M2

2007-08-28 Thread Daniel Ouellet
Rolf Sommerhalder wrote: Please find below the dmesg of amd64.mp-current (snapshot 23-Aug-2007) on a Sun Fire X4600 M2 which is equipped with four dual-core Opteron 8220 CPU, 32 GB of RAM and four built-in NICs. Sadly, the only problem is that you will not be able to use that much memory

OT: Sun X4100 M2 management interface out of wack suggestions?

2007-09-06 Thread Daniel Ouellet
Sorry for the somewhat off topic question here, but I am running out of luck and idea and so far Sun is no help either. Brand new 4, Sun X4100 M2. One of them, I can't get the SYS folder from the management interface. All have, or should have on the root: ls / SYS SP But one I only have

Re: Show your appreciation and get your 4.2 DVD

2007-09-06 Thread Daniel Ouellet
Todd Alan Smith wrote: On 9/6/07, Daniel Ouellet [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, The order is up and I just ordered my DVD. You do mean 3 CDs in a DVD case, right? (Not an actual DVD release.) At least, that's all I could find. Yes you are right! I guess I was just to excited! (; Now go do

bioctl on X4100 M2

2007-09-07 Thread Daniel Ouellet
Hi, Not sure if I am missing something, most likely it's not implemented yet, but I was looking to see if I could check anything about a RAID 1 setup on Sun X4100 M2 so that it can be monitor somehow. I am not making progress on it however. I assume it does work and OpenBSD can use it no

Re: Options for 1U server with watchdog?

2007-09-07 Thread Daniel Ouellet
K K wrote: happens on the same approximate schedule. I suspect a power glitch. It this is power glitch to the point of affecting your server, wouldn't the LOM also show that to you? Then you would know the answer. lomloghistory Eventlog: +0h35m1s host power on +0h37m51s host power

Re: bioctl on X4100 M2

2007-09-07 Thread Daniel Ouellet
Henning Brauer wrote: bio is not implemented for mpi (yet). bioctl in 4.2 onwards shows some inquiry data (vendor model fw serial) for non-bio-capable disks. i. e. it falls back from bioctl -i to bioctl -q if teh disk doesn't support bio. Thanks Henning!

Re: bioctl on X4100 M2

2007-09-07 Thread Daniel Ouellet
Jonathan Gray wrote: mpi(4) currently has no bioctl support. The 2 port LSI SAS RAID (mfi(4)) supports bioctl, however sun don't sell any machines with this interestingly enough. Thanks! That's what I figure, but wanted to check in case I wasn't looking at the right place. Oh well. May be

Re: OT: Sun X4100 M2 management interface out of wack suggestions?

2007-09-10 Thread Daniel Ouellet
Hi, Quick updates on this one. My problem is now solved and I got very nice help from some gentlemen working at Sun that step in off list to help me out and all is now finally work. Nice to see some good guys following misc@ and be interested to make sure Sun hardware (some of them anyway)

Re: Show your appreciation and get your 4.2 DVD

2007-09-11 Thread Daniel Ouellet
On Tue, 11 Sep 2007, Siju George wrote: Can't find a DVD in [snip] As stated in the beginning of this thread, DVD discs are not available, just CDs in DVD case. Yes guys. It was my mistake in my Divine Vast Drewling extase of the event instead of the Complete Domination release of 4.2. I

Re: unstable and multiple reboot for 4.2 on Sun X4100 M2 with ACPI enable on AMD64 bsd.mp with SAS RAID 1 setup.

2007-09-12 Thread Daniel Ouellet
Rolf Sommerhalder wrote: I did observe similar behaviour on four X4100 M2 as well (two with one socket dual-core, two with two sockets dual-core Opterons) using amd64 bsd.mp snapshots from 23 and 28 Aug.. Currently, amd64 bsd.mp snapshot 28. Aug is running stable on those four servers, although

Re: unstable and multiple reboot for 4.2 on Sun X4100 M2 with ACPI enable on AMD64 bsd.mp with SAS RAID 1 setup.

2007-09-12 Thread Daniel Ouellet
Here is the new dmesg for current. So far the boot process is much faster and do not hang anymore. I am doing install on three more boxes now and will do a bunch of reboot cycles to see the end results. Still some acpi not configure in the dmesg, but so far does look better. Also, note this

Re: unstable and multiple reboot for 4.2 on Sun X4100 M2 with ACPI enable on AMD64 bsd.mp with SAS RAID 1 setup.

2007-09-12 Thread Daniel Ouellet
Tobias Weingartner wrote: In article [EMAIL PROTECTED], Daniel Ouellet wrote: So, I am not sure what testing you did, unless you built your own. new Snapshots was just release now, witch I will be happy to test tonight and see the results and report back. If you guys could test out my

Re: The Atheros story in much fewer words

2007-09-13 Thread Daniel Ouellet
I have been very quiet on this for weeks now, but this really start to piss me off at the highest level! The bottom line is original work was stolen and copyrights are not respected period! Dance as much as you want around it, hide behind lawyers, word definition twisted, false pretend,

Re: OpenBSD Install Goal

2007-09-13 Thread Daniel Ouellet
On Thu, 13 Sep 2007 20:35:35 -0400, Stephan Andre' wrote: I hope one day soon OpenBSD will adopt a nice ncurses setup similar to something like FreeBSD with ease to it. Honestly, I don't see why. How does making the installer more complicated is going to help anything. I recently sat a

Re: serial port usage

2007-09-13 Thread Daniel Ouellet
As we are on the subject and I do not want to deviate from the original question, I would however appreciate suggestions as to how I can have a one server witch can actually have up to 32 serial console to control LOM on Sun server. I may need up to 48 in one case, but instead of using a bunch

Re: The Atheros story in much fewer words

2007-09-14 Thread Daniel Ouellet
Rui Miguel Silva Seabra wrote: I'd love to see how an user who gets a modified binary version has the freedom to modify it. Go ahead. Prove me that it doesn't allow some users to loose freedom... You make the point of using BLOB so well, Thank you! Looking forward to see you fight for

Re: unstable and multiple reboot for 4.2 on Sun X4100 M2 with ACPI enable on AMD64 bsd.mp with SAS RAID 1 setup.

2007-09-15 Thread Daniel Ouellet
Rolf Sommerhalder wrote: The latest snapshot (13. Sept). of amd64 bsd.mp with ACPI enabled runs stable on two X4100 M2 which are identically configured (single SAS disk only, no RAID-1 yet, with current BIOS/SP/SAS Firmware from Sun). Be caution and with reserved! Not stable if you do not add

Re: SMP Support?

2007-09-16 Thread Daniel Ouellet
Paul Taulborg wrote: I appologize for not including this, here is the dmesg of a successful boot of the amd 4.2 DEFAULT kernel: Paul, Not sure all the tests you did, but first do not run AMD64 on Intel processor. I would do this first thing if you haven't done already. - Go into BIOS and

Re: SMP Support?

2007-09-16 Thread Daniel Ouellet
Paul Taulborg wrote: Kind of bummer, as I will be losing 64 bit support by use i386. This is an Intel Xeon, which should be compatible with the amd64 branch. I am not expert to say yes or no here. May be someone else will confirm or deny. For now I would assume wrongly may be, but I wouldn't

Re: SMP Support?

2007-09-16 Thread Daniel Ouellet
Paul Taulborg wrote: Update: I ran boot -c with verbose on, and here are the last entries: various probing failed messages (doesn't look like any problems), then: ioapic0: conflicting map entries for pin 0 pctr: 686-class user-level performance counters enabled mtrr: Pentium Pro MTRR Support

Re: SMP Support?

2007-09-16 Thread Daniel Ouellet
Paul Taulborg wrote: Kind of bummer, as I will be losing 64 bit support by use i386. This is an Intel Xeon, which should be compatible with the amd64 branch. To answer your question, I guess it depend on the version of your processor. http://marc.info/?l=openbsd-miscm=117112049507303w=2 I

Re: SMP Support?

2007-09-16 Thread Daniel Ouellet
Paul, If you want to try the AMD64 mp kernel with the patch I point out to you on tech of a few days ago and see if that help you or not, I can make the kernel I built that night for you to download and try if you trust it. I would say to built your own, but if you want to do a quick test

Re: SMP Support?

2007-09-16 Thread Daniel Ouellet
Paul Taulborg wrote: I went through every option in the BIOS, and there is nothing at all related to ACPI. :( Your BIOS is version 35, and there is a very long list of BIOS upgrades from Intel. The latest one for this board, if I am not mistaken is 44 and you have 35. bios0: vendor Intel

Re: SMP Support?

2007-09-17 Thread Daniel Ouellet
Paul Taulborg wrote: Booya! Updated my BIOS to the latest version (44), and applied the patch that was kindly provided to me here: http://marc.info/?l=openbsd-techm=118975639013313w=2 I also enabled acpi0 in the kernel by default (required to see the other processors), and tada! I had to

Re: SMP Support?

2007-09-17 Thread Daniel Ouellet
Also Paul, Now that is working do me a favor and try to compile the userland and kernel with that bsd.mp acpi enable kernel. Also, try if possible to make transfer of huge files between two boxes well connected to try to at a minimum get close to 100Mb/sec of transfer, or more if you have

Re: Define hosts lookup for pf.conf

2007-09-19 Thread Daniel Ouellet
pichi wrote: Sorry if I ran into the Big Boys forum crying. I will be more cautious about what I ask next time. Is there a forum for people who are starting out with OpenBSD? The thing is I am new to it and I am in a situation where reading pages and pages of Google is taking a lot of time away

Re: Microsoft gets the Most Secure Operating Systems award

2007-09-19 Thread Daniel Ouellet
Henning Brauer wrote: * The One [EMAIL PROTECTED] [2007-09-19 11:17]: What I meant to say was that Leopard's release will solve every current problem prevailant in OS X Tiger and people's opinions about the Macintosh platform, although their current, so-called opinions have no evidence behind

Re: SMP Support?

2007-09-19 Thread Daniel Ouellet
Boris Goldberg wrote: I have pretty much the same picture with HP ProLiant 320 G5 (Dual Core Pentium-D 925). The server is new and passes all tests from the HP maintenance CD. I couldn't make what BIOS version you were actually running there, but you did check to make sure you

Re: another spamd-setup question

2007-09-19 Thread Daniel Ouellet
Juan Miscaro wrote: I tried it but whenever I include the larger 'uatraps' I get: Look at set limit table-entries. man pf

Re: SMP Support?

2007-09-19 Thread Daniel Ouellet
Stuart Henderson wrote: On 2007/09/19 19:00, Daniel Ouellet wrote: Le me know how it goes with current, I am curious as so far all feedback I got is no one yet can get an AMD64.mp stable at this time this must be hardware-dependent, my main desktop is amd64 MP (opteron 175 i.e. dual-core

ifconfig output for nfe

2007-09-19 Thread Daniel Ouellet
Hi, Looking on the man page, the ifconfig is suppose to show the stage of the network cards, and it can't show the proper configuration on the nfe cards, even if I force the configuration to fix value, I always get the same results: nfe0: flags=8843UP,BROADCAST,RUNNING,SIMPLEX,MULTICAST mtu

Re: ifconfig output for nfe

2007-09-19 Thread Daniel Ouellet
Here is more. May be I do not understand the reading, I understand it to mean for example: media: Ethernet 10baseT (1000baseSX half-duplex) Would be hard configuration to be 10mb half-duplex and then the (xx) would show what is actually in use. Isn't this correct? I may be confuse, but

Re: ifconfig output for nfe

2007-09-19 Thread Daniel Ouellet
SX looks plain wrong anyway. Can you provide a dmesg? This is perhaps related to the phy that attaches to nfe rather than nfe itself. Sure, here is one of them. OpenBSD 4.2 (GENERIC.MP) #1378: Tue Aug 28 10:48:58 MDT 2007 [EMAIL PROTECTED]:/usr/src/sys/arch/amd64/compile/GENERIC.MP real

Crash on X4100 M2 with more details

2007-09-19 Thread Daniel Ouellet
OK, To follow on this and to try to isolate more problem, I did the following tests. - Setup two boxes, both Sun X4100 M2. - The source box is using i386.mp version 4.2 - The destination box is using amd64.mp version 4.2 (same with current) - Configure public IP's on the em0 interface of

Re: ifconfig output for nfe

2007-09-19 Thread Daniel Ouellet
Jonathan Gray wrote: SX looks plain wrong anyway. Can you provide a dmesg? This is perhaps related to the phy that attaches to nfe rather than nfe itself. A bit more. Looking in logs, etc. I found this: nfe0: tx v2 error 0x6004 Searching on google didn't bring much other then a problem

Re: ifconfig output for nfe

2007-09-19 Thread Daniel Ouellet
Daniel Ouellet wrote: Jonathan Gray wrote: SX looks plain wrong anyway. Can you provide a dmesg? This is perhaps related to the phy that attaches to nfe rather than nfe itself. A bit more. Looking in logs, etc. I found this: nfe0: tx v2 error 0x6004 Searching on google didn't bring much

Re: isakmp phase 2 negotiation failed

2007-09-20 Thread Daniel Ouellet
n0g0013 wrote: having a nightmare getting two openbsd (one 3.8, one 4.0) boxes to setup a tunnel. finally got the phase 1 negotiation going (or so i believe from reviewing the logs) but it appears that the phase two starts and is just abandoned. This may not be the best advise, but there have

Re: SMP Support?

2007-09-21 Thread Daniel Ouellet
Boris Goldberg wrote: Hello Daniel, Just want to make sure that we are on the same page: I'm talking about i386. It seems from below that your concern is more about amd64, but I didn't really try it, because my CPU isn't even a Xeon. You are 100% right. An oversight on my part here.

Re: SMTP flood + spamdb

2007-09-23 Thread Daniel Ouellet
patrick keshishian wrote: They seemed pretty random to me, but I did a quick check after reading your response and I see 468 unique fake email address @my-domain, only one was duplicated twice. Put greyscanner from Bob in there and sit back and enjoy the look! (; Make sure you pick the

Re: Speed Problems

2007-10-03 Thread Daniel Ouellet
Claudio Jeker wrote: Could you add the dmesg of the test box to the website? Do you have any other network cards you could test? (I'm mostly interested in bnx but sk, msk, bge and nfe could be interesting as well). This box if the M2 version also come with nfe cards as well, but there is

Re: Speed Problems

2007-10-03 Thread Daniel Ouellet
Tony Sarendal wrote: On 10/3/07, *Daniel Ouellet* [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Claudio Jeker wrote: Could you add the dmesg of the test box to the website? Do you have any other network cards you could test? (I'm mostly interested in bnx but sk

Re: Get developers some big machines to support more RAM

2007-10-08 Thread Daniel Ouellet
OK guys, Instead of fighting about using, or not using it, or i386 being obsolete, PAE not being good, or slow, etc. I for one would be very happy if we can support more then 4GB of memory on it and I would be more then happy to test it as I now have machine that actually have more then 4GB

Re: spdmem: what does PC25100 mean?

2007-10-08 Thread Daniel Ouellet
Alexey Suslikov wrote: CL5 is CAS latency I think, but what does PC25100 mean here? :) PC2-5100

Re: spdmem: what does PC25100 mean?

2007-10-13 Thread Daniel Ouellet
ropers wrote: On 08/10/2007, Daniel Ouellet [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Alexey Suslikov wrote: CL5 is CAS latency I think, but what does PC25100 mean here? :) PC2-5100 Hm, Wikipedia currently only knows PC2-5300. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DDR2_SDRAM Of course Wikipedia is infallible... ;-P

Re: Expat in OpenBSD -current

2007-10-16 Thread Daniel Ouellet
Sam Fourman Jr. wrote: how do I install xbase without reformatting and reinstalling the whole OS? http://openbsd.org/faq/faq4.html#AddFileSet

Re: About Xen: maybe a reiterative question but ..

2007-10-24 Thread Daniel Ouellet
Theo de Raadt wrote: The security benefits are at the ability to buy a steak for dinner level. I vote to add it to theo.c. Thanks Daniel Index: src/usr.bin/mg/theo.c === RCS file: /cvs/src/usr.bin/mg/theo.c,v retrieving

Re: About Xen: maybe a reiterative question but ..

2007-10-25 Thread Daniel Ouellet
L. V. Lammert wrote: Certainly! That is not the point, however. The point is that users of OTHER 'application domains' have better security with a VM (or one of the other approaches discussed) because THEIR environment has no ability to interact with the OTHER environments. The digression into

Re: CVS - Lock File

2005-05-02 Thread Daniel Ouellet
Roy Morris wrote: Our company has started to look at CVS as an alternative to our current products. When I suggested using CVS I was told not having a lock file or method of knowing who was working on some code was going to be unmanageable. (and nearly beaten to death, by the developers) Since

Re: Hacking interest checkout for VoIP replacement

2005-05-04 Thread Daniel Ouellet
Not a bad solutions, but doesn't really apply or work in a hosted solutions for multiple virtual PBX. Why not? Asterisk is fairly configurable in all sorts of ways. Something as simple as having two group of users that can't dial each other by extensions, but that use the same extensions

Re: Broadcom 5704 in Proliant DL145 Supported?

2005-05-11 Thread Daniel Ouellet
The one I have still doesn't work, even with 3.7 What were the bge problems you experienced? It is not even seen by the boot sequence at all on my case. I didn't spend a lots of time playing with BIOS setup to much as i needed to upgrade the box from 3.6. So, I try really quick, didn't work,

Re: installing mysql-server from ports?

2005-05-12 Thread Daniel Ouellet
Didier Wiroth wrote: hi, i've installed 3.7 from cd and want to install mysql-server from the ports. unfortunately the port version only installs the client part, how do I install the server part? many thx didier If you look at the packages available, I see: mysql-client-4.0.20.tgz and

Re: built php4 from ports, but no mysql or postgresql support...how to enable support?

2005-05-12 Thread Daniel Ouellet
Yeah, but my question was about compiling different flavors. This is because I'm dealing with an OpenBSD 3.0 machine. The search continues... How could anyone have guess that as it wasn't in your question? There is so much improvement from then, that it may be time to switch to 3.7...

Re: OBSD 3.7 ports -- mysql

2005-05-24 Thread Daniel Ouellet
Just FYI. I am finishing up a port that hopefully will be put in for MySQL 4.1.12, their latest recommended stable version. So far all works well and pass all the tests suites stuff, with the exception that I have to create three hard link to make it work still, but I am working on

Re: OBSD 3.7 ports -- mysql

2005-05-25 Thread Daniel Ouellet
Per Engelbrecht wrote: I'm about to launche a [3.7 AMD64 GENERIC.MP] mysql server (mysql backend for a lot of servers / production environment) and would like to test and use the new MySQL 4.1.12 I have the packages for i386 and amd64 ready for all clients, servers, and test, or the

Re: Email Server

2005-05-25 Thread Daniel Ouellet
Damien Hull wrote: I'm still a long ways away from designing a system. I haven't even decided which OS I want to use. If enough people on the list can convince me that OpenBSD is the way to go I'll install it on a system, ship it down to Seattle and collect my mail. This will be on a test

MySQL upgrade to 4.1.12 packages files

2005-05-26 Thread Daniel Ouellet
Hi, May be this would be better this way as I can't figure out what to do to send the proper diff to have this put in the tree for the ports. I am sure it's really stupid I guess as I have no problem for sending patches for other things, but for port packages, looks like I am not getting

Re: Port diff to bring MySQL to recommended latest version 4.1.12

2005-05-26 Thread Daniel Ouellet
Steve Shockley wrote: I've found http://monkey.org/openbsd/archive/ports/0401/msg00044.html to be very helpful. Thanks Steve! That was instructive to me! I got my patch send at ports@ earlier tonight. But this is good to know and will help do a bit better next time! Thanks Daniel

Re: MySQL upgrade to 4.1.12 packages files

2005-05-26 Thread Daniel Ouellet
Per Engelbrecht wrote: It's complete then :) I would say yes. I tested it on different platform I have, run the benchmark, tests, etc. Load a good amount of data in there and so far so good! Obviously more testing would be good, but at first glance, it does look very good so far. datasize,

Re: installing app just like Ports does, but with newer source

2005-05-27 Thread Daniel Ouellet
Miles Keaton wrote: Do I have to learn how to make my own port? In your case it might be easier to pack port the current version and make your own port for 3.7 as it is already done for you in current: http://www.openbsd.org/cgi-bin/cvsweb/ports/databases/postgresql/?only_with_tag= 2 weeks

Re: MySQL upgrade to 4.1.12 packages files

2005-05-27 Thread Daniel Ouellet
Per Engelbrecht wrote: I know these values depend on setup, utilization and more, but if you had the-perfect-blend for a workhorse for this new port, it would be nice. You've done some testing already. That's all. I posted what I used for now. But really it depend on your setup. May be you

Re: OpenNTPD on OBSD 3.4

2005-06-01 Thread Daniel Ouellet
Edy Purnomo wrote: How to install OpenNTPD on OBSD 3.4 ? I've read this from newsgroup but can't understand. Please advice. Much better, just pop in the CD and then install OBSD 3.7 and OpenNTPD comes pre install with it! (: Plus many other improvements as well... Daniel

NPTD multiple timezone on same server

2005-06-02 Thread Daniel Ouellet
OK, Here is a very stupid question I have to admit, but I still need to find a way to do this. The problem: Stupid Cisco IP phones for 7905 and 7912 DO NOT process the EDT/EST time change properly like the higher model 7940 7960. Even request with plenty of SmartNet to Cisco still without

Re: NPTD multiple timezone on same server (fix)

2005-06-03 Thread Daniel Ouellet
Henning Brauer wrote: * Daniel Ouellet [EMAIL PROTECTED] [2005-06-02 20:57]: How to: I wish to use the same server running ntpd from Henning as the server, but I haven't find a way to have two daemon running on different IP's that would be off by one hour each. So, is it possible first

Re: PHP or Mysql problem?

2005-06-15 Thread Daniel Ouellet
Kiraly Zoltan wrote: mysql error: Can't create/write to file '/tmp/#sql_4c99_0.MYD' (Errcode: 9) snip mysql error: Can't find file: './bsdforums/administrator.frm' (errno: 9) May be a simple search will help you.

secure ftpd upload for specific file restricted by type?

2005-06-29 Thread Daniel Ouellet
Hi all, I am trying to solve a problem I have to improve security and I am hoping someone will have a good idea or point me to docs that may suggest a good way to achieve this. The setup: The various servers are only accessible from three specific location and all is done via ssh only. Any

Re: secure ftpd upload for specific file restricted by type?

2005-06-29 Thread Daniel Ouellet
Roy Morris wrote: why not have a cron job that looks in a directory, and runs file(1) against it. parse the output and see if it's 'really' a pdf or not? .. if yes - move it otherwise rm the junk. Or I could be nuts once again :) I really wanted to avoid cronjob if possible. Yes it would

Re: secure ftpd upload for specific file restricted by type?

2005-06-29 Thread Daniel Ouellet
Jonathan Franks wrote: You probably already tried this but what about having them use something like Filezilla? it supports ftps (ssh) transfers and it's a breeze to use. I didn't try it, no. I am a firm believer to use what comes with the default install. The ftp with the

Re: secure ftpd upload for specific file restricted by type?

2005-06-29 Thread Daniel Ouellet
T. Wojda3a wrote: Perhaps you might also be interested in winscp application. http://winscp.net/eng/index.php (you've stated in the goal description that you would like to use ftp client + you want no login account, nevertheless I hope you'll find the information potentially useful)

OT: Quad Ethernet cards feedback on OpenBSD

2005-11-16 Thread Daniel Ouellet
Sorry for this off topic question. Looking at the archive, SK (Henning love them! (;) is what look likes the best Ethernet cards to use, a few months ago anyway. The network cards are changing so quickly that what was true 6 months ago, may well not be today. For quad, can someone confirmed,

Re: OT: Quad Ethernet cards feedback on OpenBSD

2005-11-17 Thread Daniel Ouellet
Hi guys, Thanks for the feedback so far. I wish there was more, but just a quick notes, that there is not point of arguing on talking about different cards. Just trying to find the very efficient dual or quad card that can route almost full capacity traffic is really the goal. Having a great

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