Re: pf question

2005-12-29 Thread David Higgs
You're either the victim of a truncated display or lacking in fundamental DNS knowledge. [EMAIL PROTECTED] host 5.191.160.66 Host 66.160.191.5.in-addr.arpa not found: 3(NXDOMAIN) [EMAIL PROTECTED] host dedicated5.thehideout.net Host dedicated5.thehideout.net not found: 3(NXDOMAIN) [EMAIL

Re: Buy OpenBSD CD set in UK. Which benefits OpenBSD most?

2006-01-05 Thread David Higgs
On 1/5/06, Craig McCormick [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Tight as a duck's arse, I know, but it's the thought that counts and the main point in buying is to support the project, not unrelated third parties. http://www.openbsd.org/donations.html I certainly have no clue about profit margins, but if

Re: What does this error message mean?

2006-01-06 Thread David Higgs
PROTECTED] wrote: In etc/hosts or in /etc/resolv.conf? I left in hosts, but deleted it from resolv.conf. Jim David Higgs wrote: Apologies if I'm misinterpreting you, but the strange and weird ::1 localhost line isn't an error that should be removed - it's supposed

Re: using cvs to access stable branch

2006-01-09 Thread David Higgs
1) What is there to be confused about? Try a different cvs mirror or try again later. Probably heavy load from everyone trying to pull -stable at once. 2) AFAIK, the patch branch and the stable branch are one and the same. Note that these may not necessarily be the same as the release branch

Re: Partition sizing

2006-01-20 Thread David Higgs
See FAQ 4.6. http://www.openbsd.org/faq/faq4.html#SpaceNeeded You forgot the swap partition. Also, your / is probably way overkill. I haven't run a production mail/list/ftp server, so I can't speak for the remaining estimates. --david On 1/20/06, M... [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello. I'm

Re: float question

2006-01-22 Thread David Higgs
Floating point numbers aren't perfectly precise. See http://c-faq.com/fp/ --david On 1/22/06, ramrunner [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi , i am not sure if the following indicates a prob, if it does i will issue a PR. *sorry if i miss something here* cosider the following: (obsd x86 3.8-current

Re: Port Question

2006-01-29 Thread David Higgs
Why not use netstat(1) and figure out for yourself if you'd otherwise be accepting traffic on any of those ports? Also, if this is non-essential traffic being dropped (and you aren't being DoS'd) there's no reason to care about it. --david On 1/29/06, Dave Feustel [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: PF

Re: Need for a benchmark recommendation

2006-02-04 Thread David Higgs
There is a DESCR file in each port that describes what each one does. It all depends what component you expect to generate the most heat. Personally, I've found that CPUburn does a pretty good job of stressing processors (i386s only) and thus driving up temps. http://pages.sbcglobal.net/redelm/

Re: Pet-grub.com a cia front?

2006-02-08 Thread David Higgs
Seriously, are you trolling intentionally? From what I can tell, nobody else has reported anything similar to your security holes and you have only presented symptoms without proof of a real exploit. Perhaps you did get rooted, but as you appear to be the only one experiencing it, without more

Re: higher resolution on tty

2006-02-12 Thread David Higgs
Is there a way to programmatically detect whether the hardware supports a particular character mode? I know there's no query option is wsconscfg; will the driver know enough to bail, or is just a trial-and-error scenario? --david On 2/12/06, J.C. Roberts [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Sun, 12 Feb

Troubleshooting NFS/SFU

2007-05-13 Thread David Higgs
I've tried to configure NFS and am nearly all the way there, but it seems like I've hit a pretty big stumbling block. I've got OpenBSD 4.1-stable (10.0.0.1) with an NFS export of my home directory. I also have a Windows XP machine (10.0.0.2) and installed the SFU 3.5 NFS client. [/etc/exports]

Re: Troubleshooting NFS/SFU

2007-05-14 Thread David Higgs
On 5/14/07, Ben Calvert [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On May 13, 2007, at 8:44 PM, David Higgs wrote: I've tried to configure NFS and am nearly all the way there, but it seems like I've hit a pretty big stumbling block. I've got OpenBSD 4.1-stable (10.0.0.1) with an NFS export of my home

Re: APC UPSD

2007-05-21 Thread David Higgs
I've also had good luck with the latest sourceforge release of apcupsd, especially since the APC USB is now usefully detected as a ugen. Thanks again to the kind soul who provided the USB quirks patch back in the 3.8 or 3.9 days. Their configure script doesn't handle --prefix too well, though;

Re: following stable, extra file sets?

2007-06-30 Thread David Higgs
On 6/30/07, Aaron [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Ok this has answered the question, and thanks.This raises another question for me.. If updating just the sets that you install, and I am making an assumption here that people would want to update code when needed, and be supported, why even give the

Re: Troubleshooting NFS/SFU

2007-07-02 Thread David Higgs
On 5/15/07, John Nietzsche [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Dear folks, i am trying to get my windows boxes access nfs directly by means of SFU, too! I would like to have a global mount, say drive g: to mount from my home directories. Is it possible? How have you been doing in order to get a global

Re: WAP setup problems

2008-02-04 Thread David Higgs
On Feb 4, 2008 10:12 PM, Brian Richardson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, Here's my problem and my current understanding: I have 3 interfaces in my WAP box, external, internal and wireless. I'd like to have MAC filtering for addresses with access to the external network, but allow guests to

Re: Where is NAN Defined?

2008-02-10 Thread David Higgs
On Feb 10, 2008 12:55 PM, Jim Razmus [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: * Chris Kuethe [EMAIL PROTECTED] [080210 12:34]: On Feb 10, 2008 8:31 AM, Jim Razmus [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I'm trying to compile a program that uses NAN. It includes math.h which I'm told C99 says should define it. I've

Re: prng and a fix wich should (not?) happen..?

2008-02-10 Thread David Higgs
You saw the official status. Increased public attention rarely changes a technical opinion around here. Reading the bugtraq link indicates that in other OSes, the default sysctl disables the PRNG, resulting in a sequential IP ID counter. Anyone with half a brain can see that sequential is

Re: harddisk impact on routing firewall performance/throughput

2008-02-12 Thread David Higgs
On Feb 12, 2008 9:44 PM, Darren Spiteri [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Feb 13, 2008 11:47 AM, NetOne - Doichin Dokov [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Could we have a look at those numbers, in fact? From the parent: In the next step I increased the value for net.inet.tcp.recvspace and

Re: harddisk impact on routing firewall performance/throughput

2008-02-12 Thread David Higgs
On Feb 12, 2008 8:37 PM, raven [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Ted Unangst ha scritto: On 2/12/08, Darren Spiteri [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I don't know why or how this poorly documented sysctl works, but the result speaks for itself. Note the dramatic throughput increase of the parent.

Re: take threads off the table

2008-02-17 Thread David Higgs
On Feb 17, 2008 8:01 PM, Geoff Steckel [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Gregg Reynolds wrote: On 2/17/08, Marc Balmer [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Geoff Steckel wrote: Threads or any other form of uncontrolled resource sharing are very bad ideas. that might be true for those that don't understand

Re: take threads off the table

2008-02-17 Thread David Higgs
On Feb 17, 2008 11:16 PM, Geoff Steckel [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: David Higgs wrote: Assuming that a software program is not system-critical or requires high security, and it benefits greatly from a shared memory/resource model, I fail to see why threading can not be cost-effective. May I

Re: OT: supposed advantages of threads

2008-02-18 Thread David Higgs
On Feb 18, 2008 1:26 PM, Geoff Steckel [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: This is my last posting on this, take heart. The threads advocates have never specified any advantages of a program written using that model (multiple execution points in a single image) over a multiple process model, assuming

Re: Multi-Threaded SSH/SCP made by university of Puttsburgh

2008-02-19 Thread David Higgs
On Feb 19, 2008 9:55 AM, chris rapier [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: dhiggs wrote: If someone can split SSH into multiple threads, it should be just as possible to split it into multiple processes. However, I expect that most high-speed SSH traffic is SCP-/SFTP-based and therefore largely I/O

Re: DHCP client failure with cable modem

2008-02-22 Thread David Higgs
On Fri, Feb 22, 2008 at 6:11 PM, David Murphy [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Greetings folks. This week I undertook a project to replace my cheapo home broadband router with an old laptop running OpenBSD. Success appeared to have been achieved, but I've run into a snag in the final implementation.

Re: OBSD hacks at ruxcon

2008-03-04 Thread David Higgs
On Tue, Mar 4, 2008 at 9:57 PM, steve szmidt [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, I'm curious what the developers think about the attack angles Ben Hawkes put forth at Ruxcon in 2006. I did manage to find a note in an archive suggesting that these doors were closed, but I could not tell if they

Re: dvorak key layout

2008-03-15 Thread David Higgs
man kbd On Sat, Mar 15, 2008 at 10:17 PM, Timothy Wilson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello misc@, I was wondering how I can use a dvorak keyboard on the console? I've googled, but I can only find how to's for X11, or for 2.x OpenBSD. I'm sure its something simple in rc.conf (.local!), but I

Re: nat, pf, and ftp

2006-02-18 Thread David Higgs
to the server. Port numbers on either end cannot be predicted, and the block all rule denies the outgoing connection since the client is in $untrusted. Any further ideas? --david On 2/18/06, Darrin Chandler [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: David Higgs wrote: After reading the man pages for pf.conf

Custom kernel = sk transmit failures

2006-02-25 Thread David Higgs
I know custom kernels aren't supported, but I ran into some odd issues when I tried to make a new stripped-down 3.8-stable kernel for my new hardware (a 3com 3C2000-T card). I generate kernel configs with dmassage (-s option) to remove unused drivers and a bit of hand-tweaking to remove features

Re: Custom kernel = sk transmit failures

2006-02-26 Thread David Higgs
On 2/26/06, Stuart Henderson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 2006/02/26 00:03, David Higgs wrote: My old custom config was for my xl and rl cards, and worked just fine. For the new config, I simply removed the rl references and uncommented the necessary sk ones. See which other devices

Re: mod_python on obsd Apache

2006-02-26 Thread David Higgs
On 2/26/06, edgar mortiz [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I'm trying to run mod_python 2.7.11 on OpenBSD's implementation of apache ( 1.3) without any luck. The build went good and all. ./configure --with-apxs=/usr/sbin/apxs make su make install the module would be installed on

Re: Custom kernel = sk transmit failures

2006-02-26 Thread David Higgs
On 2/26/06, Stuart Henderson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 2006/02/26 09:32, David Higgs wrote: On 2/26/06, Stuart Henderson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 2006/02/26 00:03, David Higgs wrote: My old custom config was for my xl and rl cards, and worked just fine. For the new config, I

Re: How to find memory leak in library/OS?

2006-03-31 Thread David Higgs
BTW: it does not seem to be a problem with mutex/cond: I saved those in an array for reuse (instead of calling _init()/_destroy() for every invocation) and even then the size grows. I'll try to build a debugging version of libc (with some malloc checks) over the weekend. Another old trick is

config(8) and ugen/uhidev

2006-06-02 Thread David Higgs
I recently found myself the owner of an APC UPS that talks over USB. I installed apcupsd and disabled uhidev(4) with config(8) so that it would instead show up as ugen(4) as noted in the apcupsd docs. The dmesg lines below are both against a -stable GENERIC, and are not cumulative. Now I am

Re: config(8) and ugen/uhidev

2006-06-03 Thread David Higgs
On 6/3/06, Stuart Henderson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 2006/06/03 00:52, David Higgs wrote: Now I am looking to attach other USB items - camera, keyboard, mouse - that would undoubtedly require uhidev to work. I have tried several different methods to get things to cooperate, without

Re: bind -stable make

2006-09-06 Thread David Higgs
On 9/6/06, Steven Surdock [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Greetings, When attempting to update bind on a 3.9-stable machine I ran into a slight error installing the man page for nslookup, # cd /usr/src/usr.sbin/bind # make ... # make install ... for m in dig.1 host.1 nslookup.8; do /usr/bin/install

Re: 4.3: netstat question

2008-06-14 Thread David Higgs
On Sat, Jun 14, 2008 at 1:11 PM, Henning Brauer [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: * Toni Mueller [EMAIL PROTECTED] [2008-06-14 11:29]: Would it be possible to walk along the live table, without copying the table, or would the continuous stream of route inserts and deletes lead to a corrupted view

Re: 4.3: netstat question

2008-06-14 Thread David Higgs
On Sat, Jun 14, 2008 at 9:16 PM, Henning Brauer [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: * David Higgs [EMAIL PROTECTED] [2008-06-15 01:59]: On Sat, Jun 14, 2008 at 1:11 PM, Henning Brauer [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: * Toni Mueller [EMAIL PROTECTED] [2008-06-14 11:29]: Would it be possible to walk along

Re: Does CUPS depend on X?! [oB newbie]

2008-07-13 Thread David Higgs
On Sun, Jul 13, 2008 at 10:03 AM, Nuno Magalhces [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Greetings, while trying to install CUPS i got this message: bash-3.2# pkg_add cups-1.2.7p9 Can't install ghostscript-8.60: lib not found X11.11.1 Dependencies for ghostscript-8.60 resolve to: libiconv-1.9.2p5,

relayd doc fix + bug?

2008-07-25 Thread David Higgs
relayd.conf.5: The first .Bq Ar action should probably read .Bq Ar type I was trying to set up some semblance of virtual host proxying with relayd (4.3-stable) and hit a stumbling block when my first attempt was something along the following: http protocol my_http { request url expect

Re: 4.3 Bootloader waiting for keypress before loading kernel

2008-08-14 Thread David Higgs
On Thu, Aug 14, 2008 at 7:57 PM, Ryan Smith [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: You have assumed that because I have used some resource for new users that I have not read any of the official documentation. This would be untrue. In fact, INSTALL.i386 was the first thing I read while grabbing the ISO, but

Re: ntpd can hang on boot

2008-09-06 Thread David Higgs
On Sat, Sep 6, 2008 at 3:48 PM, Peter Fraser [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: The time out for ntpd is definitely more that 10 minutes. I didn't wait any longer. The text of the startup pf.conf in /etc/rc is RULES=block all RULES=$RULES\npass on lo0 RULES=$RULES\npass in

Re: Patching a SSH 'Weakness'

2008-09-12 Thread David Higgs
On Fri, Sep 12, 2008 at 5:41 PM, Toni Spets [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Stuart Henderson wrote: On 2008-09-12, [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: To all who opposed the suggestion to send one block of data when the Enter key is pressed: my suggestion strictly referred to the login

Re: strange output on openbsd C code

2007-03-19 Thread David Higgs
Whenever a printf fixes everything, it's usually because that forces gcc to put the values on the stack. Without the printf, they're probably in registers and p points to who knows what. If you grok assembly, try objdump on the executable to see what's going on. If you want to multiply the two

Re: problem to compile with -fno-stack-protector

2008-09-24 Thread David Higgs
On Wed, Sep 24, 2008 at 8:59 AM, alemus [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, I tried to compile a simple program written in C with -fno-stack-protector option and i have some troubles... this is my simple file main.c: int main() { int i; short int *screen = (short int *) 0xB8000; char

Re: Packet Filter: how to keep device names on hardware failure?

2008-11-10 Thread David Higgs
On Mon, Nov 10, 2008 at 4:13 AM, Harald Dunkel [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi Theo, Theo de Raadt wrote: This appears to be a fairly simple change. Does it sound reasonable to people with more knowledge of OpenBSD networking? No, it is not reasonble. You are inventing problems at a very high

Unversioned files in 5.0 xenocara.tar.gz

2011-11-08 Thread David Higgs
FYI, I noticed that the 5.0 xenocara source tarball (md5 6a93f3cdcda1c22e6f65f8b978b14227) contains a number of items not found in CVS. Cursory inspection of a few files indicates they were attic'd between 4.9 and 5.0. Thanks for another great release! --david ? app/cwm/input.c ?

Re: 5.0 kernel won't compile on 4.9 i386 system

2012-01-28 Thread David Higgs
On Sat, Jan 28, 2012 at 12:42 PM, Stefan Midjich sweh...@gmail.com wrote: Thanks everyone for the info, I clearly didn't read the whole FAQ but only the parts I needed. The reason I was using 4.9 was because 5.0 i386 didn't boot in vmware fusion 3, it hangs at mtrr. And since I was formatting

altq / pf question

2011-10-06 Thread David Higgs
I enabled altq briefly on my OpenBSD router to throttle upstream traffic due to a buggy cable modem. It worked great, but I've since replaced the modem and removed the bandwidth constraints. Since I'm nowhere near saturating the link and haven't dropped any packets since then, is there any

Router components

2010-10-03 Thread David Higgs
I am building a replacement router/firewall for home use and am soliciting suggestions/commentary/alternatives on the components below. I've heard good things on the list about Supermicro boards; any surprises with their Atom D510 embedded boxes? Looks like em(4) support, which I believe is is

Re: Router components

2010-10-04 Thread David Higgs
On Sun, Oct 3, 2010 at 11:02 PM, Nick Holland n...@holland-consulting.net wrote: On 10/03/10 22:11, David Higgs wrote: I am building a replacement router/firewall for home use stop there. You aren't General Motors, Yahoo, or Google. You are looking to spend a lot of time and money trying

Re: Router components

2010-10-04 Thread David Higgs
On Mon, Oct 4, 2010 at 3:51 PM, russell russ...@dotplan.dyndns.org wrote: Stuart Henderson wrote: On 2010-10-04, David Higgs hig...@gmail.com wrote: I am building a replacement router/firewall for home use and am soliciting suggestions/commentary/alternatives on the components below. What

Re: OpenBSD Access Point?

2010-12-07 Thread David Higgs
I just assembled my ALIX 2d13, and had a similar discussion (check the archives). But I had to make some compromises. 802.11n isn't supported by OpenBSD yet. Period. Simple consultation of the driver man pages would have noted that. I also believe that all drivers that support hostap also

Re: securing OpenBSD wireless network

2007-11-16 Thread David Higgs
On Nov 16, 2007 2:39 PM, Juan Miscaro [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi gang, So I'm setting up my first wireless network for a small business with OpenBSD acting as internet gateway. I am familiar with OpenBSD as gateway but not in the wireless context. I picked myself up a card that the docs

Re: Using the C programming language

2007-12-22 Thread David Higgs
On Dec 22, 2007 5:53 PM, Rico Secada [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: You are right, Ada is widely used in avionics, aerospace and defence systems, systems that demand a VERY high level of security and safety regarding lives and expensive equipment. And Ada is specifically designed for embedded

Re: strftime bug?

2008-01-09 Thread David Higgs
On Jan 9, 2008 11:25 PM, Duncan Patton a Campbell [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: This may be a bug in FreeBSD, because it will work correctly if I pass a size of length +2 to strftime in OpenBSD. On Wed, 9 Jan 2008 22:06:42 -0600 Duncan Patton a Campbell [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: There appears

ral0 hangs during sftp

2009-01-24 Thread David Higgs
I recently installed 4.4-stable and started using wireless with WPA2. Basic web browsing had been working fine all week, but today I started moving some files around via sftp and suddenly the link stalled. Log messages indicate resource problems with named but not a total link failure, since

Re: ral(4) driver and RT2860 + RT2850 chips

2009-04-09 Thread David Higgs
On Thu, Apr 9, 2009 at 1:40 AM, Chris Jones cjo...@gdisoftware.com wrote: Good evening, I just picked up a SparkLan WMIR-200N which I've put in my Soekris net4501. The ral(4) driver says it supports the Ralink RT2860 and RT2850 chips on this card. OpenBSD detects the card however when I

Re: Watchdog timeout reset in 5.1 on intel nic:s

2012-05-10 Thread David Higgs
On Thu, May 10, 2012 at 1:18 PM, mxb m...@alumni.chalmers.se wrote: On 05/10/2012 09:14 AM, Garry Dolley wrote: On Tue, May 08, 2012 at 07:58:30PM -0400, Simon Perreault wrote: On 2012-05-08 19:08, Per-Olov Sjvholm wrote: It says em1: watchdog timeout -- resetting aol I saw the same on an

Re: spamd greylisting: false positives

2012-05-27 Thread David Higgs
On Sun, May 27, 2012 at 7:19 PM, Peter N. M. Hansteen pe...@bsdly.net wrote: David Diggles da...@elven.com.au writes: Or did you mean, this breaks spamlogd, rather? pass in on egress proto tcp from any to egress \ port smtp rdr-to 127.0.0.1 port spamd synproxy state This is what it

Re: smtpd - strange names in maillog

2012-06-13 Thread David Higgs
On Wed, Jun 13, 2012 at 3:06 PM, Jan Stary h...@stare.cz wrote: On Jun 13 19:39:46, Jan Stary wrote: Through my smtpd, I am sending an email to an address in the fjfi.cvut.cz domain. The email get delivered alright, but the maillog message is strange: Jun 13 19:32:08 mini smtpd[7138]:

Fix piixpcib compile w/o KVM86

2012-07-15 Thread David Higgs
Is it better to catch these problems at compile-time or link-time? --david Index: pci/piixpcib.c === RCS file: /cvs/src/sys/arch/i386/pci/piixpcib.c,v retrieving revision 1.7 diff -u pci/piixpcib.c --- pci/piixpcib.c 8 Jul 2010

Fix piixpcib compile w/o KVM86

2012-07-15 Thread David Higgs
Is it better to catch these problems at compile-time or link-time? (Apologies if this is a duplicate message, I'm trying to correctly configure my email client.) --david Index: pci/piixpcib.c === RCS file:

vesafb and vesabios

2012-07-21 Thread David Higgs
Enabling either option VESAFB or the vesabios device without the other results in i386 kernel build failure. This patch works around the problem by removing #ifdef VESAFB in favor of NVESABIOS 0. Feedback welcome, especially if consensus is that I'm wasting my time on this class of error

man 2 sigprocmask

2012-10-06 Thread David Higgs
It seems the sigprocmask syscall takes different arguments than the libc stub for sigprocmask(2). Though the differences are easily understood by browsing source, there don't appear to be any man pages describing the syscall interface, and wonder if this is an intentional or accidental oversight.

Re: man 2 sigprocmask

2012-10-06 Thread David Higgs
On Sat, Oct 6, 2012 at 7:48 PM, Philip Guenther guent...@gmail.com wrote: On Sat, Oct 6, 2012 at 4:06 PM, David Higgs hig...@gmail.com wrote: It seems the sigprocmask syscall takes different arguments than the libc stub for sigprocmask(2). Though the differences are easily understood

Signal handling questions

2012-10-13 Thread David Higgs
I am continuing my wanderings through the guts of signal handling, and wonder if can anyone can help me confirm (or better understand) the end result from userland's point of view. Signal delivery can be nested/reentrant. Calling raise(3) in a signal handler -- even with the same signal number --

Re: Signal handling questions

2012-10-14 Thread David Higgs
On Sun, Oct 14, 2012 at 1:07 AM, Philip Guenther guent...@gmail.com wrote: On Sat, Oct 13, 2012 at 9:38 PM, David Higgs hig...@gmail.com wrote: Signal delivery can be nested/reentrant. Calling raise(3) in a signal handler -- even with the same signal number -- will work as expected (until you

5.2 bsd.rd -- panic: cannot open disk, error EINVAL

2012-11-05 Thread David Higgs
I seem to be unable to boot from locally-compiled bsd.rd (i386). I have triple-checked everything I'm doing against release(8) instructions and tried both 5.2 -stable and release CVS tags; the result is the same: panic: cannot open disk, 0x1100/0x2f02, error 22 It may be of note that the bsd.rd

Re: 5.2 bsd.rd -- panic: cannot open disk, error EINVAL

2012-11-05 Thread David Higgs
You guessed right. Apparently I don't understand the build process as well as I thought. I skipped the userland + release steps, since there hadn't been any -stable patches against those with 5.2. Sorry for the noise. --david On Mon, Nov 5, 2012 at 8:51 AM, Miod Vallat m...@online.fr wrote:

Panic during halt (5.2)

2012-11-05 Thread David Higgs
Got this panic while running halt -p to shut down my VMware system this evening. First time I've seen it and haven't been able to reproduce in several reboot since. I can't see this being related to my mistakes this morning with bsd.rd, but don't feel entirely confident it wasn't somehow my

NFS cluestick needed

2013-03-31 Thread David Higgs
In trying to avoid multiple copies of OpenBSD source on my VMs, I am trying to use NFS; however, permissions don't seem to be working right. I would very much appreciate help in figuring out what I'm doing wrong, and am also interested in tips on how to compile from read-only source trees.

Re: NFS cluestick needed

2013-04-01 Thread David Higgs
On Mon, Apr 1, 2013 at 7:33 AM, Stuart Henderson s...@spacehopper.org wrote: On 2013-03-31, David Higgs hig...@gmail.com wrote: In trying to avoid multiple copies of OpenBSD source on my VMs, I am trying to use NFS; however, permissions don't seem to be working right. I would very much

Re: NFS cluestick needed

2013-04-02 Thread David Higgs
On Tue, Apr 2, 2013 at 7:05 AM, Stuart Henderson s...@spacehopper.org wrote: On 2013-04-01, David Higgs hig...@gmail.com wrote: On Mon, Apr 1, 2013 at 7:33 AM, Stuart Henderson s...@spacehopper.org wrote: On 2013-03-31, David Higgs hig...@gmail.com wrote: In trying to avoid multiple copies

dhclient drops address on re-exec in 5.3 bsd.rd

2013-04-28 Thread David Higgs
Confirmed in 5.3-current downloaded several minutes ago. Steps to reproduce: - Boot bsd.rd - Select upgrade, hit enter until dhclient gets and assigns an address - Complete upgrade or control-C, then restart the upgrade process - dhclient on 2nd run REMOVES the assigned address Probably affects

Re: dhclient drops address on re-exec in 5.3 bsd.rd

2013-04-28 Thread David Higgs
On Sun, Apr 28, 2013 at 4:00 PM, Kenneth R Westerback kwesterb...@rogers.com wrote: On Sun, Apr 28, 2013 at 02:41:36PM -0400, David Higgs wrote: Confirmed in 5.3-current downloaded several minutes ago. Steps to reproduce: - Boot bsd.rd - Select upgrade, hit enter until dhclient gets

Re: dhclient drops address on re-exec in 5.3 bsd.rd

2013-04-28 Thread David Higgs
On Sun, Apr 28, 2013 at 6:39 PM, Kenneth R Westerback kwesterb...@rogers.com wrote: On Sun, Apr 28, 2013 at 05:29:05PM -0400, David Higgs wrote: On Sun, Apr 28, 2013 at 4:00 PM, Kenneth R Westerback kwesterb...@rogers.com wrote: On Sun, Apr 28, 2013 at 02:41:36PM -0400, David Higgs wrote

pkg_add loop/merge problems (postgresql upgrade)

2013-05-04 Thread David Higgs
Had some minor problems this morning upgrading my new 5.3 install with the -stable pg package that I built elsewhere. Not sure if this is because I hadn't cleaned up the partial 9.1.9 from 5.2 before upgrading or the package order problem that would have happened anyways. As usual, apologies for

Bad system calls in snapshot bsd.rd

2014-06-18 Thread David Higgs
While upgrading my snapshot VMs this morning, bsd.rd on both the i386 and amd64 produced 'Bad System Call' somewhere between making device nodes and reboot. If you're already aware of this, sorry for the noise. --david ### i386 bsd.rd OpenBSD 5.5-current (RAMDISK_CD) #161: Wed Jun 11 13:21:05

Re: Bad system calls in snapshot bsd.rd

2014-06-18 Thread David Higgs
On Wed, Jun 18, 2014 at 11:47 AM, Matthew Dempsky matt...@dempsky.org wrote: On Wed, Jun 18, 2014 at 5:32 AM, David Higgs hig...@gmail.com wrote: While upgrading my snapshot VMs this morning, bsd.rd on both the i386 and amd64 produced 'Bad System Call' somewhere between making device nodes

More missing file removals from upgrade*.html?

2014-11-04 Thread David Higgs
While the upgrade process is so painless that I often forgot the #RmFiles steps, I may have found some omissions in past releases... The 5.2 = 5.3 upgrade is the last one that removed this directory: /usr/lib/gcc-lib/*-unknown-openbsd5.x I haven't seen any upgrades that removed these directories

Re: More missing file removals from upgrade*.html?

2014-11-04 Thread David Higgs
On Tuesday, November 4, 2014, Nick Holland n...@holland-consulting.net wrote: On 11/04/14 16:18, David Higgs wrote: While the upgrade process is so painless that I often forgot the #RmFiles steps, I may have found some omissions in past releases... The 5.2 = 5.3 upgrade is the last one

Local changes to /etc/services?

2014-11-06 Thread David Higgs
I defined the 'svn' port in /etc/services but as of 5.6 this file now appears to be unconditionally overwritten during upgrades (previously it was handled via sysmerge). Is there a better mechanism to keep these, or should I just update pf.conf to use the numeric port number? The services(5) man

Re: Postfix compilation error.

2014-11-12 Thread David Higgs
On Wed, Nov 12, 2014 at 11:28 AM, giacomo luis...@tin.it wrote: On 12.11.14, 09:01, Jiri B wrote: Shot in the dark... but isn't the problem you have sasl, mysql built with kerberos from the past? Try to rebuild sasl, mysql. j. Hi, No postfix is the only port installated on the system. I

Re: apcupsd via USB on 5.6

2014-11-20 Thread David Higgs
On Thu, Nov 20, 2014 at 11:03 AM, Steven Surdock ssurd...@engineered-net.com wrote: I just upgrade from 5.5 to 5.6 on i386 and apcupsd won't recognize my UPS plugged into a USB port. On 5.5 the UPS was attached to ugen0 but on 5.6 it say uhidev0. Apcupsd mentions that the uhidev0 device

Fixes for newsyslog(8) time parsing

2014-11-20 Thread David Higgs
The tm_mon already adjusts by 1, so the allowed range should be 0 - 11. Since mktime(3) is permissive in what it accepts, I think this check is correct. The second part handles the (theoretically valid but essentially useless) parsing of a configuration file with an ISO 8601 date with leap

Re: sensorsd, upd, and state changes

2014-11-28 Thread David Higgs
On Fri, Nov 28, 2014 at 2:45 AM, Marcus MERIGHI mcmer-open...@tor.at wrote: What I have now: $ getcap -a -f /etc/sensorsd.conf hw.sensors.upd0.indicator0:low=1:high=2:command=/etc/sensorsd/upd.sh \ %l %n %s %x %t %2 %3 %4 hw.sensors.upd0.indicator1:low=1:high=2:command=/etc/sensorsd/upd.sh \

Re: sensorsd, upd, and state changes

2014-12-08 Thread David Higgs
On Sun, Nov 30, 2014 at 10:54 AM, Marcus MERIGHI mcmer-open...@tor.at wrote: for the impatient, here are my questions: - Although I use the same (undocumented, undeadly.org) trick of low=1:high=2 for indicators everywhere, this can result in On is below On, and Off is below On - Although

Re: sensorsd, upd, and state changes

2014-12-08 Thread David Higgs
On Mon, Dec 8, 2014 at 3:37 PM, trondd tro...@gmail.com wrote: On Mon, Dec 8, 2014 at 3:23 PM, trondd tro...@gmail.com wrote: On Mon, Dec 8, 2014 at 11:47 AM, David Higgs hig...@gmail.com wrote: sysctl(8) will display Off if the value is zero, and On for nonzero. So, using the closed

Xmas

2014-12-23 Thread David Higgs
slippers Saffron Ornament Beer things?

Re: CPU criteria for OpenBSD firewall

2015-02-19 Thread David Higgs
On Thu, Feb 19, 2015 at 10:33 AM, Dmitrij D. Czarkoff czark...@gmail.com wrote: Stuart Henderson said: Half of that page is obsolete. [...] Various things are recommended without explaining that they are a trade-off or can cause problems. There are It includes tweaks which may improve

Re: Maintaining your system with snapshots

2015-02-20 Thread David Higgs
On Fri, Feb 20, 2015 at 10:21 AM, Steve Williams st...@williamsitconsulting.com wrote: Hi, I have been using snapshots for my system, but don't update too often. Sometimes there's a package I want to install, but because my snapshot is old (stale when compared to the current repository), I

Re: adsuck: script missing?

2015-07-16 Thread David Higgs
On Thu, Jul 16, 2015 at 2:44 AM, Stefan Wollny stefan.wol...@web.de wrote: Am 07/16/15 um 02:29 schrieb David Higgs: On Wed, Jul 15, 2015 at 5:09 PM, Erling Westenvik erling.westen...@gmail.com wrote: On Wed, Jul 15, 2015 at 08:25:03PM +0200, Stefan Wollny wrote: Hi misc

Re: adsuck: script missing?

2015-07-15 Thread David Higgs
On Wed, Jul 15, 2015 at 5:09 PM, Erling Westenvik erling.westen...@gmail.com wrote: On Wed, Jul 15, 2015 at 08:25:03PM +0200, Stefan Wollny wrote: Hi misc@! [Running i386/current: OpenBSD 5.8-beta (GENERIC.MP) #1026] I have been using adsuck for some time now - at least I thought so.

Re: sensorsd, upd, and state changes

2015-10-19 Thread David Higgs
On Mon, Oct 19, 2015 at 11:11 AM, Maxim Khitrov <m...@mxcrypt.com> wrote: > On Mon, Dec 8, 2014 at 3:45 PM, David Higgs <hig...@gmail.com> wrote: > > On Mon, Dec 8, 2014 at 3:37 PM, trondd <tro...@gmail.com> wrote: > >> On Mon, Dec 8, 2014 at 3:23 PM, trondd &l

IPv6 with wide-dhcpv6

2017-07-14 Thread David Higgs
Comcast provides me with IPv6 via DHCPv6, which I've finally tried to configure on my OpenBSD 6.1 router. I am having difficulty maintaining my IPv6 public IP address when using the wide-dhcpv6 package when in client mode. Specifically, when the pltime/vltime goes to zero, the address is removed

Re: IPv6 with wide-dhcpv6

2017-07-17 Thread David Higgs
On Sat, Jul 15, 2017 at 2:17 AM, Stuart Henderson <s...@spacehopper.org> wrote: > On 2017-07-14, David Higgs <hig...@gmail.com> wrote: > > Comcast provides me with IPv6 via DHCPv6, which I've finally tried to > > configure on my OpenBSD 6.1 router. I am having

Re: relayd for TLS termination

2018-04-28 Thread David Higgs
On Sat, Apr 28, 2018 at 9:58 AM, Claudio Jeker <cje...@diehard.n-r-g.com> wrote: > On Sat, Apr 28, 2018 at 09:39:56AM -0400, David Higgs wrote: >> I run several services on the same host and would like to consolidate >> certificate management with the help of relayd. >>

relayd for TLS termination

2018-04-28 Thread David Higgs
I run several services on the same host and would like to consolidate certificate management with the help of relayd. Before: - acme-client generates certificates via LE - kibana running https on port 5601 - unifi running https on port 8443 - httpd running http+https on port 80 - daily.local

Confusing IPv6 route(8) results

2018-05-23 Thread David Higgs
I am using route(8) in a script but found some odd behavior when querying routes for some IPv6 addresses - lookups seem to fail if the trailing address bytes are zero (implicit or explicitly) as shown below. However, the routing table still seems to be forwarding traffic correctly, as shown in my

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