Re: Test needed: ehci(4) suspend/resume rework

2013-06-03 Thread Martin Pieuchot
On 02/05/13(Thu) 09:41, Martin Pieuchot wrote: On 01/05/13(Wed) 17:44, Ted Unangst wrote: On Sun, Apr 28, 2013 at 15:44, Martin Pieuchot wrote: Diff below is a rework of the suspend/resume logic in ehci(4). In case this diff doesn't help or if you have a problem when resuming, I

More Secrets of Buffer Cache Enlargement.

2013-06-03 Thread Bob Beck
Here's a new version of the buffer flipper that fixes a problem found by krw@. - All comments from before still apply: You too can have a GIANT buffer cache etc. etc... After much bug fighting in the midlayer and now uvm over the last 6 months in a number of places, I think it's about

Re: Fuse (and sshfs) support for OpenBSD

2013-06-03 Thread Sylvestre Gallon
Here is the last patch. It does not differ from last time. You only need to install sysutils/sshfs and if you have done all the last tasks well. it will works like that : root # sshfs user@domainname:/path/to/file /mnt/ Cheers, Index: sysutils/Makefile

Re: Fuse (and sshfs) support for OpenBSD

2013-06-03 Thread Gilles Chehade
On Mon, Jun 03, 2013 at 12:14:04PM -0400, Ted Unangst wrote: On Mon, Jun 03, 2013 at 17:14, Sylvestre Gallon wrote: You will find in this mail a patch for fuse support in kernel. I will send 2 other mails for the userland and the ports patch. There is still work to do on my fuse

Re: Fuse (and sshfs) support for OpenBSD

2013-06-03 Thread Ted Unangst
On Mon, Jun 03, 2013 at 17:14, Sylvestre Gallon wrote: You will find in this mail a patch for fuse support in kernel. I will send 2 other mails for the userland and the ports patch. There is still work to do on my fuse implementation but as I understand there is an hackathon occuring at the

RFC 3442 (classless static routes) in dhclient

2013-06-03 Thread Kenneth R Westerback
Anybody encountering dhcp environments that try to server out classless static routes, i.e. dhcp option 121? Support for static routes (option 33) thown in for free. Apparently Microsoft Network Access Protection may be using them. If so, tests of the diff below would be highly appreciated.

ipsec / PF received-on

2013-06-03 Thread Stuart Henderson
On a router running PF and isakmpd, I have a rule like this: match out on pppoe0 inet all received-on vlan5 nat-to $someip I was surprised to find this being applied to packets received on vlan5 and caught by an ipsec flow; the resulting *encapsulated* (proto ESP) packets (as in, generated on

Re: ipsec / PF received-on

2013-06-03 Thread Chris Cappuccio
Stuart Henderson [s...@spacehopper.org] wrote: On a router running PF and isakmpd, I have a rule like this: match out on pppoe0 inet all received-on vlan5 nat-to $someip I was surprised to find this being applied to packets received on vlan5 and caught by an ipsec flow; the resulting

Re: ipsec / PF received-on

2013-06-03 Thread Stuart Henderson
On 2013/06/04 02:01, Mike Belopuhov wrote: On 4 June 2013 00:49, Stuart Henderson s...@spacehopper.org wrote: On a router running PF and isakmpd, I have a rule like this: match out on pppoe0 inet all received-on vlan5 nat-to $someip I was surprised to find this being applied to packets

Re: ipsec / PF received-on

2013-06-03 Thread Claudio Jeker
On Mon, Jun 03, 2013 at 11:49:58PM +0100, Stuart Henderson wrote: On a router running PF and isakmpd, I have a rule like this: match out on pppoe0 inet all received-on vlan5 nat-to $someip I was surprised to find this being applied to packets received on vlan5 and caught by an ipsec flow;

Re: correct includes in man(3) pages

2013-06-03 Thread Ingo Schwarze
Hi, Jan Klemkow wrote on Mon, Jun 03, 2013 at 11:21:39PM +0200: This diff converts all obsolete '.Fd' tags into '.In' tags of manpages of category three. I hope this diff is ok so. If something is wrong with is, just wrote me and I will fix it. Even though .Fd is not wrong, .In is nicer,