Re: systat % busy and raidframe

2013-03-26 Thread Michael van Elst
) = SNUM_DIFF(mirrorQueue-last_deq_sector, mirror_pda-startSector)) { usemirror = 0; } else { usemirror = 1; } } -- -- Michael van Elst Internet: mlel...@serpens.de

Re: NetBSD on modern laptops

2013-05-26 Thread Michael van Elst
peter@xs4all.nl (Peter Bex) writes: On Sun, May 26, 2013 at 03:59:28PM +, Michael van Elst wrote: I don't know what kind of devices these are, exactly (I'm pretty sure I don't have three modems in it, and no old-fashioned COM port either), The 3 modems report as Lenovo H5321, that's

Re: More puzzing nmbclusters

2013-06-07 Thread Michael van Elst
n...@syndicat.com (Niels Dettenbach) writes: i can prove that what Konrad wrotes. After regularly problems (out of ressources) with nmbclusters to low on a NetBSD 5 we raised it up to 32xxx and our machines was running over years. May be that there is a theoretical (or even practical)

Re: resize_ffs hangs on needbuf

2013-08-28 Thread Michael van Elst
t...@panix.com (Thor Lancelot Simon) writes: It looks rather counter-intuitive to resize the mounted root but that works. Immediate reboot seems advised since df does not report the new size after resize_ffs completes successfully. Indeed you may want reboot -n! Hopefully not necessary for a

Re: Poor SSD write performance (new install)

2013-09-11 Thread Michael van Elst
nicklafo...@gmail.com (Nick LaForge) writes: FWIW, I untaring pkgsrc.tar is just as slow in FreeBSD as in NetBSD. Perhaps Linux is more optimized for my (outdated and slow) compact flash based SSD. It probably just cheats more by buffering all the I/O in memory.

Re: Various size of (Project) ideas for NetBSD and pkgsrc

2013-10-04 Thread Michael van Elst
net...@precedence.co.uk (Stephen Borrill) writes: On Fri, 4 Oct 2013, Patrick Welche wrote: I might add some projects encountered during this morning's work: - add HVM support to xen 4 (Maybe part of Support latest features of Xen) - add snapshot support to lvm I'd add multipathing (MPP and

Re: cannot configure X in 6.1.2

2013-10-10 Thread Michael van Elst
mueller6...@bellsouth.net (Thomas Mueller) writes: from Michael van Elst: I cannot beleive Xorg is so broken on netbsd-6 branch that I cannot configure ant X card. What is wrong with Xorg -configure? Dunno about netbsd-6, but Xorg -configure is deprecated. Try without. If Xorg -configure

Re: Raspberry Pi as a print server w/ Samsung CLX-3180 Series printer

2013-10-14 Thread Michael van Elst
mw+net...@barfooze.de (Moritz Wilhelmy) writes: ulpt0 at uhub1 port 3 configuration 1 interface 1 ulpt0: Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. CLX-3180 Series, rev 2.00/1.00, addr 4, iclass 7/1 ulpt0: using bi-directional mode -snip- but when I redirect files there, the printer makes happy beepy

Re: formating a large disk

2013-10-16 Thread Michael van Elst
derrick.l...@givex.com (Derrick Lobo) writes: I googled this and could not find a solution to netbsd. I have 2 x 2Tb SATA disk that are setup as CCD and am trying to format the with newfs and keep getting errors.. I can format a drive if the partition is less than 2Tb however need more space..

Re: Computation of 'ulimit -dH' hard-limit values?

2013-10-30 Thread Michael van Elst
jdba...@mylinuxisp.com (John D. Baker) writes: Just how are the hard limit values for 'ulimit' (particularly data size, -d) calculated? Are there any machine-dependencies that affect this calculation? The data size limit is bounded by the arch dependent value MAXDSIZ defined in

Re: [RAIDframe] system hangs while manipulating large files

2014-01-03 Thread Michael van Elst
i...@home.imil.net (Emile `iMil' Heitor) writes: /dev/dk0 on /export type ffs (asynchronous, log, noatime, NFS exported, local) asynchronous + log should be impossible. Did you find out wether the system is really hanging or just very slow? In particular, is there any disk activity and does the

Re: raidframe: deleting a large file takes minutes and makes system unresponsive

2014-01-22 Thread Michael van Elst
pe...@smokva.net (Petar Bogdanovic) writes: Is it normal that a simple rm can starve everything else? /dev/raid0a on / type ffs (log, NFS exported, local) ffs logging (aka WAPBL) on raid is known to have such issues.

Re: Install i386 or amd64?

2014-01-25 Thread Michael van Elst
ottavio.car...@googlemail.com (Ottavio Caruso) writes: Unless you're going to be using applications that don't compile on x64, then I would go for the amd64. The only example of application that I wanted to install from binary on amd64 and couldn't is emulators/wine. But it night well compile

Re: Downloading NetBSD - Too complicated ?

2014-02-08 Thread Michael van Elst
v...@nifelheim.info (Volkmar Seifert) writes: With all this talk about easing/shortening the path to the download and CDN= , we could probably do something else: Introduce Torrent as a possible way = to download an iso. You can already use BitTorrent.

Re: Cross-compiler

2014-04-22 Thread Michael van Elst
itgee...@googlemail.com (IT geek 31) writes: Hi, I'm running NetBSD 5.2.2 on a few Cobalt Qubes and I think they're fantastic. However, when it comes to building packages from pkgsrc, they're not so great... mainly due to their 200MHz processor. Would it be possible to cross-compile for the Qube

Re: /usr/bin/host localhost

2014-10-07 Thread Michael van Elst
pe...@smokva.net (Petar Bogdanovic) writes: I noticed this: $ host localhost Host localhost not found: 3(NXDOMAIN) and that's how I actually noticed this. Therefore I'm not 100% sure if `host' was always behaving like that. 'host' is a DNS tool, it does nameserver queries. On

Re: ngroups

2014-11-28 Thread Michael van Elst
jma...@embedtronics.fi (Jukka Marin) writes: We need to have more than 16 groups per user. Is this possible? We are running old versions of NetBSD, but we can update if necessary. Short answer: no. You can try to change NGROUPS_MAX in sys/featuretest.h and rebuild the system. It's a compile

Re: NPF on domU - more clarity required

2014-12-26 Thread Michael van Elst
lists+netbsd.us...@netmail.ie (Gerard Lally) writes: compiling the kernel as a normal user instead of root? I've just noticed the owner and group on /usr/src/sys/arch/amd64/compile/custom-20141226/ are gerard:wsrc. Should that be root:wsrc instead? It doesn't matter who is the owner of the build

Re: NPF on domU - more clarity required

2014-12-28 Thread Michael van Elst
jnem...@cue.bc.ca (John Nemeth) writes: I understood what you meant, I was just thinking about the complexity of dealing with everything. BTW, pvgrub doesn't use PV ops. It sits in dom0 and uses regular filesystem ops to extract stuff from the domU's disk. That sounds like a mixup.

Re: compact flash in pcmcia slot

2014-12-29 Thread Michael van Elst
IO address but which either conflicts (never seen this) or isn't supported by the hardware. How would you guess values? -- -- Michael van Elst Internet: mlel...@serpens.de A potential Snark may lurk in every tree.

Re: Disks w/non-512-byte sectors?

2015-01-18 Thread Michael van Elst
not allocated! That's some bug in the adv driver or possibly the SCSI layer. -- -- Michael van Elst Internet: mlel...@serpens.de A potential Snark may lurk in every tree.

Re: NetBSD for the dekstop

2015-02-18 Thread Michael van Elst
is Intel Graphics in a notebook, there is a good chance that it works. -- -- Michael van Elst Internet: mlel...@serpens.de A potential Snark may lurk in every tree.

Re: ntpd not correcting system time, offset keeps increasing

2015-01-14 Thread Michael van Elst
a single time server and this is below the configured number of sane time servers. That's why ntp ignores it. If you only have one time server you need something like: tosminsane 1 -- -- Michael van Elst Internet: mlel...@serpens.de

Re: SCP file transfer speed

2015-03-20 Thread Michael van Elst
on sequential write). I can copy to other Linux and Solaris boxes in this network with about 10 - 11 MB/s from the NetBSD boxes - just receiving is slow. Are you sure that this always uses the same cipher? -- -- Michael van Elst Internet: mlel...@serpens.de

Re: NetBSD and 4k sectors

2015-03-27 Thread Michael van Elst
a long time ago. -- -- Michael van Elst Internet: mlel...@serpens.de A potential Snark may lurk in every tree.

Re: Android adb toolkit on NetBSD, any takers?

2015-03-01 Thread Michael van Elst
mayur...@acm.org (Mayuresh) writes: I get the following error with this adb version: error: device offline Do you know any workarounds? It probably depends on how exactly the various USB libraries work. -- -- Michael van Elst Internet: mlel...@serpens.de

Re: RAID and GPT

2015-05-02 Thread Michael van Elst
k...@munnari.oz.au (Robert Elz) writes: Date:Thu, 30 Apr 2015 01:26:27 + (UTC) From:mlel...@serpens.de (Michael van Elst) Message-ID: mhs0c2$6i1$1...@serpens.de | RAID autoconf will tell the kernel to use partition 'a' of | the RAID device as root

Re: RAID and GPT

2015-04-29 Thread Michael van Elst
x 4T disks, and wants to run NetBSD in something functionally similar to the above, what should I do? Here are some of my experiences with using large disks: http://wiki.netbsd.org/users/mlelstv/using-large-disks/ -- -- Michael van Elst Internet: mlel

Re: More prepping to install

2015-05-19 Thread Michael van Elst
. -- -- Michael van Elst Internet: mlel...@serpens.de A potential Snark may lurk in every tree.

Re: Problem with cgdconfig

2015-04-11 Thread Michael van Elst
. The outer filesystem can then also store the parameter file. -- -- Michael van Elst Internet: mlel...@serpens.de A potential Snark may lurk in every tree.

Re: More prepping to install

2015-05-19 Thread Michael van Elst
w...@hiwaay.net (William A. Mahaffey III) writes: On 05/19/15 01:28, Michael van Elst wrote: The safer approach is to have a small RAID0 on the first two disks for booting. This is usually the root partition. s/RAID0/RAID1/ ? that is in fact what I will be doing :-) Right

Re: gptmbr.bin vs RAIDframe

2015-06-18 Thread Michael van Elst
why would you need a wedge? -- -- Michael van Elst Internet: mlel...@serpens.de A potential Snark may lurk in every tree.

Re: gptmbr.bin vs RAIDframe

2015-06-18 Thread Michael van Elst
simpler to just use a GPT on the raid device. No magic needed. -- -- Michael van Elst Internet: mlel...@serpens.de A potential Snark may lurk in every tree.

Re: USB-keyboard with a non-standard layout in wscons

2015-06-21 Thread Michael van Elst
' -- -- Michael van Elst Internet: mlel...@serpens.de A potential Snark may lurk in every tree.

Re: newfs_udf(8) and other OSes

2015-06-27 Thread Michael van Elst
?). Invalid argument usually comes from duplicate wedge names or from overlapping wedges. With autodiscovery, the wedge might already be there. -- -- Michael van Elst Internet: mlel...@serpens.de A potential Snark may lurk in every

Re: newfs_udf(8) and other OSes

2015-06-28 Thread Michael van Elst
,nodev,nosuid 1 2 Greetings, -- -- Michael van Elst Internet: mlel...@serpens.de A potential Snark may lurk in every tree.

Re: Partitioning help: what would you do?

2015-08-22 Thread Michael van Elst
partition). The NTFS code in NetBSD doesn't really support writes. It would be pretty risky to use a pagefile on an NTFS filesystem, if it works at all. -- -- Michael van Elst Internet: mlel...@serpens.de A potential Snark may lurk

Re: termcap issue

2015-08-22 Thread Michael van Elst
) or what keyboard mapping a particular terminal emulator (xterm, KDE, putty, ...) uses and how programs in raw or cbreak mode interpret tty input. Greetings, -- -- Michael van Elst Internet: mlel...@serpens.de A potential Snark may lurk

Re: termcap issue

2015-08-23 Thread Michael van Elst
k...@azeotrope.org (Dave Huang) writes: On Aug 22, 2015, at 18:02, Michael van Elst mlel...@serpens.de wrote: It depends on what keyboard you use, pckbd sends ^?, ukbd sends ^h. Doesn't that inconsistency cause problems then? E.g., if the terminfo entry for wsvt25 says that erase is ^H

Re: termcap issue

2015-08-24 Thread Michael van Elst
g...@ir.bbn.com (Greg Troxel) writes: The fact that this tset change is provoking complaints is a testament to how well the propagation of local settings is working. Only DEL was propagated in 4.4BSD. -- -- Michael van Elst Internet: mlel...@serpens.de

Re: termcap issue

2015-08-24 Thread Michael van Elst
terminal uses as the backarrow key is near hopeless. Here is something from the Linux world, showing the conflict between the Debian keyboard guidelines (DEL) and the official ncurses way (BS). https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=142659 -- -- Michael van Elst

Re: termcap issue

2015-08-23 Thread Michael van Elst
, -- -- Michael van Elst Internet: mlel...@serpens.de A potential Snark may lurk in every tree.

Re: disklabel fun

2015-08-07 Thread Michael van Elst
:oa#0:ta=4.2BSD:ba#0:fa#0:\ :pd#104857600:od#0: Where is 2097152 coming from?! Probably from the disklabel. What does it tell about the 'total sectors' ? Is there even a disklabel written to the disk? -- -- Michael van Elst Internet: mlel...@serpens.de

Re: LVM question

2015-07-27 Thread Michael van Elst
can be very useful. Would be even better if we had a filesystem that could be resized online. -- -- Michael van Elst Internet: mlel...@serpens.de A potential Snark may lurk in every tree.

Re: Correct/safe way to set ugen*/USB device permissions

2015-07-21 Thread Michael van Elst
so far the only method. -- -- Michael van Elst Internet: mlel...@serpens.de A potential Snark may lurk in every tree.

Re: Prepping to install: a digression

2015-07-14 Thread Michael van Elst
and the kernel should just learn how to handle raid partitions (and LVM partitions and ...). But for now that's how it works. -- -- Michael van Elst Internet: mlel...@serpens.de A potential Snark may lurk in every tree.

Re: IrDA

2015-07-20 Thread Michael van Elst
which also has tools for the obex protocol which can be used to transfer calendar and phonebook information. -- -- Michael van Elst Internet: mlel...@serpens.de A potential Snark may lurk in every tree.

Re: Prepping to install: a digression

2015-07-14 Thread Michael van Elst
. -- -- Michael van Elst Internet: mlel...@serpens.de A potential Snark may lurk in every tree.

Re: Console Resolution

2015-11-01 Thread Michael van Elst
phical console will have the resolution of your display and use the only existing console font in the kernel. Building a custom kernel with additional larger console fonts helps. Starting the kernel without DRM helps, but you probably lose X11. Greetings, -- Micha

Re: Console Resolution

2015-11-01 Thread Michael van Elst
poo...@ruptured-duck.com (Bob Bernstein) writes: >On Sun, 1 Nov 2015, Michael van Elst wrote: >> In NetBSD 7.0 you get a graphical console (thanks to the new >> DRM support) The graphical console will have the resolution of >> your display and use the only

Re: Console Resolution

2015-11-02 Thread Michael van Elst
On Sun, Nov 01, 2015 at 09:26:19PM -0500, Bob Bernstein wrote: > On Sun, 1 Nov 2015, Michael van Elst wrote: > > >The other path was already mentioned, you can configure the bootloader in > >/boot.cfg to disable the framebuffer console. > > Thanks. May I infer that this

Re: Fwd: Problems installing NetBSD 7.0

2015-10-11 Thread Michael van Elst
d failure? -- -- Michael van Elst Internet: mlel...@serpens.de "A potential Snark may lurk in every tree."

Re: Fwd: Problems installing NetBSD 7.0

2015-10-10 Thread Michael van Elst
device is found but cannot be accessed, that might even not be the system disk. If that's server hardware (and Haswell-EP tells this) then it probably has some RAID controller that we don't even recognize. -- -- Michael van Elst I

Re: Raid1/LVM layout via installer

2015-07-07 Thread Michael van Elst
, at least as large as your RAM. -- -- Michael van Elst Internet: mlel...@serpens.de A potential Snark may lurk in every tree.

Re: old partition table, old filesystems and old scsi

2015-09-17 Thread Michael van Elst
or a start, try to make a hexdump of the first blocks and try to find something intelligble. It is also possible that the 'file' command will recognize something. -- -- Michael van Elst Internet: mlel...@serpens.de "A potential Sna

Re: old partition table, old filesystems and old scsi

2015-09-18 Thread Michael van Elst
m.pahlevanza...@gmail.com (Mohsen Pahlevanzadeh) writes: >I have attached the following file: >dd if=/dev/sdc of=./sector_zero.dump bs=1024 count=1 That looks like something from Motorola System V/68. -- -- Michael van Elst Internet: mlel...@serp

Re: priocscan vs fcfs

2015-12-02 Thread Michael van Elst
ted because it does its own queuing and sorting outside of this schema, in particular when it has to read-modify-write stripe sets for small I/O. That's probably why setting the queues all to fcfs is the best for you. -- -- Michael van Elst Internet: mlel...@serpens.de

Re: support for file systems larger than 2tb

2015-12-06 Thread Michael van Elst
64M 9.4T 0% /mnt -- -- Michael van Elst Internet: mlel...@serpens.de "A potential Snark may lurk in every tree."

Re: support for file systems larger than 2tb

2015-12-07 Thread Michael van Elst
n see by you >running the 'df' command? It's possible that your hardware RAID controller has such a limit. Can you give details ? -- -- Michael van Elst Internet: mlel...@serpens.de "A potential Snark may lurk in every tree."

Re: /netbsd: wd0a: error reading fsbn?

2016-01-07 Thread Michael van Elst
eter is the output position, you need to use skip=3522687. The aliases oseek for seek and iseek for skip are probably easier to memorize. -- -- Michael van Elst Internet: mlel...@serpens.de "A potential Snark may lurk in every tree."

Re: Beating a dead horse

2015-11-26 Thread Michael van Elst
test4 vg0 -wi-a- 600.00g lv1 vg1 -wi-a- 24.00m Greetings, -- Michael van Elst Internet: mlel...@serpens.de "A potential Snark may lurk in every tree."

Re: Beating a dead horse

2015-11-26 Thread Michael van Elst
s, what prevents i/o in 512 byte units (which the underlying >drive simply will not perform)? That's the responsibility of the upper layers. FFS will only do fragment size I/O (+ 8k I/O for the superblock). -- -- Michael va

Re: Beating a dead horse

2015-11-26 Thread Michael van Elst
s a DEV_BSIZE disk. The calculated fragment size assures that there are no alignment issues. -- -- Michael van Elst Internet: mlel...@serpens.de "A potential Snark may lurk in every tree."

Re: Beating a dead horse

2015-11-26 Thread Michael van Elst
sks as having DEV_BSIZE blocks, the translation is done by the device driver. The userland (when accessing raw devices) obviously addresses disks with byte positions, but the userland tools like fsck access disks in terms of device blocks. This is how the original UNIX kernel did it. Greetings,

Re: Beating a dead horse

2015-11-26 Thread Michael van Elst
id driver needs to coalesce multiple writes. -- -- Michael van Elst Internet: mlel...@serpens.de "A potential Snark may lurk in every tree."

Re: Beating a dead horse

2015-11-26 Thread Michael van Elst
lue 63). -- -- Michael van Elst Internet: mlel...@serpens.de "A potential Snark may lurk in every tree."

Re: Beating a dead horse

2015-11-26 Thread Michael van Elst
f right for non 512 byte sector disks, but still >does lots wrong. It is still a mess in this area. Works for me... -- -- Michael van Elst Internet: mlel...@serpens.de "A potential Snark may lurk in every tree."

Re: Booting NetBSD from GPT/EFI

2016-06-07 Thread Michael van Elst
s a 'gptmbr.bin' bootloader for NetBSD that requires BIOS boot but then accesses a GPT instead of the MBR partitions, I doubt that such a disk is supported by Windows. -- -- Michael van Elst Internet: mlel...@serpens.de "A pote

Re: System interface with PCI

2016-06-15 Thread Michael van Elst
s this would bypass every access control or security measure in the system. Some drivers may allow to map some part of the hardware into userspace. Videocards for example usually let you map their framebuffers. -- -- Mich

Re: athn(4) Not working with Atheros AR5B95-H

2016-05-27 Thread Michael van Elst
ific and usually exposed by some ACPI objects. -- -- Michael van Elst Internet: mlel...@serpens.de "A potential Snark may lurk in every tree."

Re: dhclient fails for iwn0 when no security

2016-06-16 Thread Michael van Elst
ot; (i.e. one where there are other devices). You can use a kernel from netbsd-7 branch which has fixes that aren't in NetBSD-7.0.1. -- -- Michael van Elst Internet: mlel...@serpens.de "A potential Snark may lurk in every tree."

Re: dhclient fails for iwn0 when no security

2016-06-16 Thread Michael van Elst
th urtwn) can use wifi again. -- -- Michael van Elst Internet: mlel...@serpens.de "A potential Snark may lurk in every tree."

Re: running a logitech quickcam 4000 on a netbsd raspberry pi

2016-02-05 Thread Michael van Elst
k...@munnari.oz.au (Robert Elz) writes: >Where did you see that? I just took a look and can find no mention of uvideo >in any of the arch/evbarm/conf/* files Some configs just do include "dev/usb/usbdevices.config" -- -- Michael van Els

Re: GPT vs BSD-label

2016-02-09 Thread Michael van Elst
u have several alternate paths to the same disk. -- -- Michael van Elst Internet: mlel...@serpens.de "A potential Snark may lurk in every tree."

Re: running a logitech quickcam 4000 on a netbsd raspberry pi

2016-02-06 Thread Michael van Elst
mes. -- -- Michael van Elst Internet: mlel...@serpens.de "A potential Snark may lurk in every tree."

Re: How to make /etc/fstab "portable"?

2016-02-08 Thread Michael van Elst
d then use NAME=systemdisk/a to refer to the root partition of that disk. -- -- Michael van Elst Internet: mlel...@serpens.de "A potential Snark may lurk in every tree."

Re: running a logitech quickcam 4000 on a netbsd raspberry pi

2016-02-05 Thread Michael van Elst
the uvideo driver. I don't think the quickcampro is a uvideo device. -- -- Michael van Elst Internet: mlel...@serpens.de "A potential Snark may lurk in every tree."

Re: gpt/fdisk and harddrive identified with 2 cylinders?

2016-01-29 Thread Michael van Elst
bytes/sector: 512 Somewhere you have a confused label on that disk. -- -- Michael van Elst Internet: mlel...@serpens.de "A potential Snark may lurk in every tree."

Re: Netbsd xenserver

2016-02-27 Thread Michael van Elst
small files. It has little effect on other operations. What exactly degrades dramatically for you? -- -- Michael van Elst Internet: mlel...@serpens.de "A potential Snark may lurk in every tree."

Re: tmux overhead

2016-01-21 Thread Michael van Elst
new version about two weeks ago that should behave better. -- -- Michael van Elst Internet: mlel...@serpens.de "A potential Snark may lurk in every tree."

Re: ataraid issue was Re: [netbsd-7] Critical issue with ffs+log

2016-01-22 Thread Michael van Elst
On Fri, Jan 22, 2016 at 11:03:51AM +0100, BERTRAND Joël wrote: > Michael van Elst a écrit : > >joel.bertr...@systella.fr (=?UTF-8?Q?BERTRAND_Jo=c3=abl?=) writes: > > > >>By dkctl wd0/1 setcache none save ? I will try next saturday. But if > >>both disks ar

Re: NetBSD install and usage by the blind

2016-04-08 Thread Michael van Elst
Michael van Elst Internet: mlel...@serpens.de "A potential Snark may lurk in every tree."

Re: NetBSD install and usage by the blind

2016-04-09 Thread Michael van Elst
y get a very limited ILO feature set without the licence. >mmm, squeezing blood from a stone and getting a lot of good will from it. Actually, the _serial_ console in ILO still works without a license. -- -- Michael van Elst I

Re: NetBSD install and usage by the blind

2016-04-08 Thread Michael van Elst
the ramdisk. Change the .profile in the RAM disk to run dhcpcd and sshd instead of sysinst. You will also need a sshd configuration that allows root login and maybe set a password. So that's a plan, but creating the sshd binary is probably difficult. -- --

Re: wireless configuration

2016-04-27 Thread Michael van Elst
ated part of the wpa_supplicant functionality into their wifi stack in the kernel. -- -- Michael van Elst Internet: mlel...@serpens.de "A potential Snark may lurk in every tree."

Re: wireless configuration

2016-04-20 Thread Michael van Elst
swiftgri...@gmail.com (Swift Griggs) writes: >IIRC, you don't strictly need wpa_supplicant to do WEP (though it does >work). Fortunately the "router is too modern to support WEP encryption", so not using wpa_supplicant is not an option :) -- --

Re: read/write slow on nvme drive - Supermicro X10DRL-CT

2016-08-11 Thread Michael van Elst
guess I have is that it reaches its speed when you use multiple queues in parallel. But our driver currently only handles a single queue. -- -- Michael van Elst Internet: mlel...@serpens.de "A potential Snark may lurk in every tree."

Re: read/write slow on nvme drive - Supermicro X10DRL-CT

2016-08-04 Thread Michael van Elst
and what filesystem do you use? What is source and what is destination? Even with the bad numbers above you would get 5-6 times the speed for the sata drive and about 200 times the speed for pcie. Greetings, Michael van Elst >Derrick Lobo >--=_NextPart_000_07A9_01D1ED99.A0574C70

Re: UFS fragments

2016-07-13 Thread Michael van Elst
or is it > just too much trouble for not enough payoff? The code isn't even used for modern hard drives because it doesn't make sense with all the hidden buffering and queuing going on. I doubt that this code could help SSDs. -- -- Michael van Elst Internet: mlel...@serpens.de "A potential Snark may lurk in every tree."

Re: Read/write slow on nvme drive - Supermicro X10DRL-CT

2016-08-08 Thread Michael van Elst
uot;2636dcf1-da9e-41b5-9803-78114f38b223", 3907029101 blocks at >34, type: ffs Probably just a rewrite of the GPT label. -- -- Michael van Elst Internet: mlel...@serpens.de "A potential Snark may lurk in every tree."

Re: Compiling minimal userland?

2016-09-02 Thread Michael van Elst
stem into smaller chunks. -- -- Michael van Elst Internet: mlel...@serpens.de "A potential Snark may lurk in every tree."

Re: configuring remote headless servers

2016-08-31 Thread Michael van Elst
etings, -- -- Michael van Elst Internet: mlel...@serpens.de "A potential Snark may lurk in every tree."

Re: Phoronix 8-way-BSD-install - NetBSD bombed

2016-09-11 Thread Michael van Elst
nd out why ahcisata fails for you. -- -- Michael van Elst Internet: mlel...@serpens.de "A potential Snark may lurk in every tree."

Re: Phoronix 8-way-BSD-install - NetBSD bombed

2016-09-11 Thread Michael van Elst
ut without a serial console is difficult. -- -- Michael van Elst Internet: mlel...@serpens.de "A potential Snark may lurk in every tree."

Re: Russian in NetbSD 7.0

2016-09-12 Thread Michael van Elst
but I cannot access it, >because shell print hex code (f.e. \:\262\321\320) instead of letters. >Bash is 4.3.0(1) out of the box. (By the way https://wiki.netbsd.org/unicode/ >says it will work out of the box) Dunno about 'bash', but the NetBSD shell should support

Re: Phoronix 8-way-BSD-install - NetBSD bombed

2016-09-09 Thread Michael van Elst
screenshot comes from booting the installed system. -- -- Michael van Elst Internet: mlel...@serpens.de "A potential Snark may lurk in every tree."

Re: Phoronix 8-way-BSD-install - NetBSD bombed

2016-09-11 Thread Michael van Elst
rrupting at ioapic0 pin 19 ahcisata0: 64-bit DMA ahcisata0: AHCI revision 1.30, 6 ports, 32 slots, CAP 0xc730ff45<EMS,PSC,SSC,PMD,ISS=0x3=Gen3,SCLO,SAL,SALP,SNCQ,S64A> -- -- Michael van Elst Internet: mlel...@serpens.de &q

Re: What is the "[system]" process representing ?

2016-10-04 Thread Michael van Elst
kernels. >The corollary is, does NetBSD do the same work but just mask the CPU >usage? top just can't display CPU usage correctly for processes that are active for very short intervals, wether kernel threads or not. Greetings, -- --

Re: npf pseudo-device

2016-11-10 Thread Michael van Elst
driver filesys0 812f5000 49006- -- -- Michael van Elst Internet: mlel...@serpens.de "A potential Snark may lurk in every tree."

Re: Tracking down TCP & UDP listeners

2016-11-16 Thread Michael van Elst
emoved all that complexity, all services are now multiplexed on a single port (usually 2049/tcp). -- -- Michael van Elst Internet: mlel...@serpens.de "A potential Snark may lurk in every tree."

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