Re: HEADS UP: Custom config and HEAD

2005-08-01 Thread Matthew Dillon
need it. : :Joerg That will work... if you have the 'config' program require that the option exists for now, it solves the problem neatly. -Matt Matthew Dillon [EMAIL

Re: HEADS UP: Custom config and HEAD

2005-08-03 Thread Matthew Dillon
:On Wed, Aug 03, 2005 at 04:19:13PM -0700, Matthew Dillon wrote: : Ok, the config changes were not done the right way. They don't handle the : situation when someone is compiling up a new kernel with an older system. : : I am going to back-out the changes to the 'config' program

HEADS UP ON -DEVELOPMENT

2005-08-05 Thread Matthew Dillon
. -Matt Matthew Dillon [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Possible Filesystem Corruption

2005-08-10 Thread Matthew Dillon
release so I double that RELEASE/Preview/Development will change the issues. -Matt Matthew Dillon [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Possible Filesystem Corruption

2005-08-11 Thread Matthew Dillon
:Hi, : I am using HEAD last built about a week ago. For a while I have been : getting a random number of disks in the line that says syncing disks : when shutting down. Today I had a few more problems i.e. in /bin/csh : and /bin/tcsh I got : :/bin/pwd : 1 syntax error: ``( ''

Re: Compatability with FreeBSD Ports

2005-08-12 Thread Matthew Dillon
whatever issues we have with it. -Matt Matthew Dillon [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Compatability with FreeBSD Ports

2005-08-15 Thread Matthew Dillon
Matthew Dillon [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Compatability with FreeBSD Ports [debian package tools]

2005-08-17 Thread Matthew Dillon
, the result has been a completely broken system. Every time. -Matt Matthew Dillon [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Compatability with FreeBSD Ports [debian package tools]

2005-08-18 Thread Matthew Dillon
Well, this is somewhat amusing because we are now all the way back to my original 'wish list' for a packaging system... that is, to install packages in self-contained directories, use varsyms in global directories (like /usr/local/blah) to control visibility, and to be able to

Re: increase number of inodes?

2005-08-19 Thread Matthew Dillon
for filesystems less then, say, 2GB, or have it mess with the default bytes-per-inode parameter based on the size of the partition, but it would be a poor heuristic at best. -Matt Matthew Dillon

Re: ifconfig(8) syntax intuitiveness

2005-08-24 Thread Matthew Dillon
:Joerg Sonnenberger wrote: :~ It's not that easy. This has nothing to do with the interface, but is a :| restriction from the routing stack. Once that restriction goes away, :| there's no reason why aliases wouldn't allow it too. : :That's true, this point isn't exactly an ifconfig issue.

HEADS UP: directory entry work almost done, will be comitted this weekend.

2005-08-26 Thread Matthew Dillon
The last of the ABI changes to HEAD will be committed this weekend, possibly as early as saturday. Testing is coming up roses so far. The preview tag will be bumped after the commits go in. People running HEAD or PREVIEW should be aware that this will necessitate a complete

dirent ABI and propolice bug fixes in HEAD, DragonFly_Preview tag updated

2005-08-28 Thread Matthew Dillon
, world, ports, etc. buildworld buildkernel installkernel [reboot] installworld [reboot] [rebuild ports and other programs] -Matt Matthew Dillon [EMAIL

Re: dirent ABI and propolice bug fixes in HEAD, DragonFly_Preview tag updated

2005-08-28 Thread Matthew Dillon
: :Matthew Dillon wrote: : : Due to the ABI changes, people using Preview or HEAD are going to have : to recompile everything... kernel, world, ports, etc. : :Just finished the world/kernel upgrade -- and all the ports I've tried :(so far) seem to work just fine without rebuilding. : :So

Re: dirent ABI and propolice bug fixes in HEAD, DragonFly_Preview tag updated

2005-08-28 Thread Matthew Dillon
: :Matthew Dillon wrote: : The last of the major userland ABI changes are now in HEAD, along : with some propolice bug fixes related to -O2 compiles. : :cut : :Not that I want one but when can we expect the next ABI/API change :requiring a rebuild of the ports in preview? : :-- :mph

Re: user/group admin tools

2005-08-29 Thread Matthew Dillon
file based on supplied options rather then making the admin edit the config file. -Matt Matthew Dillon [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: mysql4-server and tcpd.h and too many arguments to function

2005-08-30 Thread Matthew Dillon
can't back it up. -Matt Matthew Dillon [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: pkgsrc bulk build results

2005-08-31 Thread Matthew Dillon
not compared to e.g. downloading the package sources), so I wouldn't worry about it. -Matt Matthew Dillon [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: tcpd.h update (fix mysql-server building)

2005-09-01 Thread Matthew Dillon
: :http://leaf.dragonflybsd.org/~sephe/libwrap.diff : :Best Regards, :sephe : :-- :Live Free or Die It looks good to me. That header was really old, it wasn't even using prototypes. -Matt Matthew Dillon

Looking for Statistics from DragonFly mirror sites

2005-09-02 Thread Matthew Dillon
Matthew Dillon [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: UFS filesystem size limit

2005-09-03 Thread Matthew Dillon
. There are two things I want for UFS: (1) Nearly instant reboots (without having to depend on softupdates), and (2) an ability to grow or shrink the filesystem. Both are quite achievable goals. -Matt Matthew Dillon

New project machines on order.

2005-09-04 Thread Matthew Dillon
, large extracts and other things into that will not have a quota and will not be backed up. This should all happen in the next few weeks. -Matt Matthew Dillon [EMAIL

Re: More on vinum woes

2005-09-13 Thread Matthew Dillon
for the new machines, including the 3ware cards, at www.newegg.com on David Rhodus's recommendation. They did a great job collecting all the pieces together and getting them shipped. -Matt Matthew Dillon

Re: offer for bugtracking

2005-09-15 Thread Matthew Dillon
offer, Ben. I think this is one I'd like to handle myself, though, despite various others not wanting me to 'waste my time' on it :-). -Matt Matthew Dillon [EMAIL

Re: pkgsrc binaries for Preview

2005-09-16 Thread Matthew Dillon
Matthew Dillon [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Preview tag updated, release tag will be updated sunday

2005-09-16 Thread Matthew Dillon
of the MFC'd work is related to SMP stability and a few minor tcp vulnerabilities. -Matt Matthew Dillon [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: ACPI suspend/resume [now working]

2005-09-22 Thread Matthew Dillon
Matthew Dillon [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Best register usage

2005-09-28 Thread Matthew Dillon
. -Matt Matthew Dillon [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Stdio and DragonFly changes

2005-09-29 Thread Matthew Dillon
. This is useful e.g. when :dealing with network traffics to avoid hangs :-) : :Joerg Feh. It shouldn't be using stdio at all, then. -Matt Matthew Dillon [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Stdio and DragonFly changes

2005-09-29 Thread Matthew Dillon
if ours can or not. -Matt Matthew Dillon [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: New project machines on order.

2005-09-29 Thread Matthew Dillon
: :2005/9/29, Matthew Dillon [EMAIL PROTECTED]: : : : : :On Thu, Sep 29, 2005 at 05:39:12PM -0500, Jason wrote: : : Joerg Sonnenberger wrote: : : nv(4). We had it for ages. :-) : : : : Yep, it's there, but it looks like it isn't hooked into the build yet, : : at least not on 1.2-slip, and support

Re: mmap versus malloc

2005-10-09 Thread Matthew Dillon
: : :If I want to write an assembly language program without using libc, is it ok :to use mmap and a file descriptor of -1 to allocate memory? : :jm Yes, but it's best to do it in large chunks. -Matt Matthew

RELEASE officially updated to 1.2.6.

2005-10-09 Thread Matthew Dillon
The 1.2 release has been officially bumped to 1.2.6. -Matt

Re: Unexpected device names

2005-10-20 Thread Matthew Dillon
it. We'll get the drivers fixed at some point. -Matt Matthew Dillon [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Questions about pkgsrc migration

2005-10-25 Thread Matthew Dillon
home server. It took a little longer but the result was a nice clean installation. -Matt Matthew Dillon [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Questions about pkgsrc migration

2005-10-25 Thread Matthew Dillon
to copy the physical pkgsrc sources into our CVS. I think NetBSD has done a great job compartmentalizing it. -Matt Matthew Dillon [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: boot failure with acpi...

2005-10-30 Thread Matthew Dillon
Matthew Dillon [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Final report on the Shuttle XPC (SN95G5v3) with an AMD X2 dual-core cpu in it, running DragonFly

2005-11-11 Thread Matthew Dillon
: :On Thu, Nov 10, 2005 at 05:06:13PM -0800, Matthew Dillon wrote: : : If you mean if_nve in the FreeBSD tree, it's the *same* driver as : if_nv in our tree with some very minor differences. They both use : the nvidia blackbox object module. : :No, as mentioned in the other reply

Re: Can't boot from another slice (long)

2005-11-15 Thread Matthew Dillon
. -Matt Matthew Dillon [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Timer issues

2005-11-17 Thread Matthew Dillon
can try easily enough. :-- :jm Do a boot -v and post your dmesg output. What do you mean by 'hosed' ? -Matt Matthew Dillon [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Timer issues

2005-11-19 Thread Matthew Dillon
on. -Matt Matthew Dillon [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: RC variable naming

2005-11-19 Thread Matthew Dillon
Matthew Dillon [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: 802.11 patch

2005-11-25 Thread Matthew Dillon
:Yes, people, PLEASE try this patch. We should try hard to get it in=20 :for the release. I'd test + commit it, but I don't have any wifi=20 :hardware, so I'll be committing it if I get at least one works here=20 :for every iwi, ipw, wi and ndis (wifi). : :This new patch can do fancy stuff

Re: DP performance

2005-11-28 Thread Matthew Dillon
Matthew Dillon [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: DP performance

2005-11-28 Thread Matthew Dillon
with the machine then the cheapest AMD XP will do the job. -Matt Matthew Dillon [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: DP performance

2005-11-28 Thread Matthew Dillon
If we are talking about maxing out a machine in the packet routing role, then there are two major issue sthat have to be considered: * Bus bandwidth. e.g. PCI, PCIX, PCIE, etc etc etc. A standard PCI bus is limited to ~120 MBytes/sec, not enough for even a single GiGE

Re: DP performance

2005-11-29 Thread Matthew Dillon
are all burst capable protocols. -Matt Matthew Dillon [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: DP performance

2005-12-01 Thread Matthew Dillon
, it simply needs to be processed in a reasonable period of time. A few milliseconds of latency occuring every once in a while would not have any adverse effect. -Matt Matthew Dillon

Re: Waiting 15 seconds for SCSI devices to settle *groan*

2005-12-01 Thread Matthew Dillon
:Emiel Kollof wrote: : That and 15 seconds seems a bit too long. Know of any hardware that actually : needs that long to settle in? (and don't you guys go dig up the most : antiquated SCSI peripherals that actually do need 15 seconds ;) ) If yes, : I'll just shut up about this. : :my cd writer

Re: Waiting 15 seconds for SCSI devices to settle *groan*

2005-12-01 Thread Matthew Dillon
on a minute if queried before they are finished initializing themselves (spinning up spindles, self-check, closing the CDROM tray, etc). -Matt Matthew Dillon [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: DP performance

2005-12-01 Thread Matthew Dillon
:But, and this is where you are misinterpreting the features, the problem :is that there is ANY latency, it is simply that there is too MUCH latency Er, I meant 'is NOT that there is ANY latency, ...'. -Matt

Re: DP performance

2005-12-01 Thread Matthew Dillon
*PHYSICAL* infrastructure doesn't have the bandwidth. But that's another issue. -Matt Matthew Dillon [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: DP performance

2005-12-01 Thread Matthew Dillon
have not answered with a single technical argument or explanation of your own. If you are expecting acolades, you are aren't going to get them from any of us. -Matt Matthew Dillon

Re: DP performance

2005-12-02 Thread Matthew Dillon
*hearing* the evidence. Because so far all I have heard is... well, nothing at all really, other then childish name calling. -Matt Matthew Dillon [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: startx does nothing

2005-12-05 Thread Matthew Dillon
. -Matt Matthew Dillon [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Timer issues

2005-12-05 Thread Matthew Dillon
: :Matthew Dillon wrote: : : : : : :Hey Matt (and the src gang), : : : :I am having some serious timer issues. My clock is hosed, which wouldn't be a : :problem if it wern't for the tme of day. The clock is so far off that cvs is : :hosed and it totally screws up my projects. : : : :I can

Re: Timer issues

2005-12-05 Thread Matthew Dillon
this helps : :SK Yup, that screws up the real time quite nicely, as well as a bunch of other things. I'll track it down and get it fixed. -Matt Matthew Dillon [EMAIL

Re: D-BUS, anyone?

2005-12-06 Thread Matthew Dillon
sure there are a ton of other potential panic situations that we haven't covered. Device Drivers just aren't written with the concept of the hardware getting ripped out from under them in mind. -Matt Matthew

Re: Overall usability in 1.4?

2005-12-07 Thread Matthew Dillon
. Are you sure you are running the latest HEAD? rev 1.26 of sys/i386/isa/ipl.s ? -Matt Matthew Dillon [EMAIL PROTECTED]

DragonFly talk at the upcoming BayLisa (15 December 2005)

2005-12-10 Thread Matthew Dillon
Hello everyone! I will be giving a DragonFly talk at the next Bay Lisa. The primary focus of my talk will be a physical characterization (latencies, overheads, etc) of MP mechanisms and algorithms implemented by DragonFly. The Bay Lisa in question will be held on December

Re: DP performance

2005-12-11 Thread Matthew Dillon
I am terminating this thread on monday at noon. People have till then to say their peace. -Matt

Re: cache_resolve diagnostic / NFS

2005-12-12 Thread Matthew Dillon
:Hi. : :I've got an NFS share mounted from a FreeBSD server that I'm using for :/usr/obj on a DragonFly machine. : :When I delete the /usr/obj/usr on the NFS server (which is actually :/mnt/dfly/usr) the client machine (DragonFly) prints out a message: : :[diagnostic] cache_resolve: had to

Re: show individual cpu usage?

2005-12-16 Thread Matthew Dillon
! -Matt Matthew Dillon [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Mounting FreeBSD partitions from DragonFly?

2005-12-17 Thread Matthew Dillon
Matthew Dillon [EMAIL PROTECTED]

1.4 Release Schedule and plans for 1.5.

2005-12-17 Thread Matthew Dillon
Matthew Dillon [EMAIL PROTECTED]

BayLisa Presentation slides available

2005-12-18 Thread Matthew Dillon
Matthew Dillon [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Problems building libintl

2005-12-23 Thread Matthew Dillon
Matthew Dillon [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: cdrecord

2005-12-23 Thread Matthew Dillon
If you can't get cdrecord to work then try using burncd (man burncd). It's part of the base distribution. I actually like burncd better. It's less complex and more understandable. Here's an example use: burncd -s 4 -f /dev/acd0c data dfly.iso fixate

Re: 1.4.0_RC1 and pkgsrc

2005-12-28 Thread Matthew Dillon
installs will get the new paths. -Matt Matthew Dillon [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: 1.4.0_RC1 and pkgsrc

2005-12-28 Thread Matthew Dillon
packages it needs. -Matt Matthew Dillon [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: cvsup in 1.4?

2005-12-29 Thread Matthew Dillon
Matthew Dillon [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: starting pkgsrc services on 1.4

2005-12-29 Thread Matthew Dillon
Matthew Dillon [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: starting pkgsrc services on 1.4

2005-12-29 Thread Matthew Dillon
. -Matt Matthew Dillon [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Cardbus notes

2006-01-01 Thread Matthew Dillon
: : Matthew Dillon [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: copying pkgsrc tree around jails on beefy machine - fast on 2nd iteration, a bit slower than first on 3rd iteration

2006-01-02 Thread Matthew Dillon
the vnode cache getting blown out. /usr/pkgsrc has over 100,000 files and directories in it. -Matt Matthew Dillon [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: pkgsrc build from source issue?

2006-01-05 Thread Matthew Dillon
Matthew Dillon [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: pkgsrc build from source issue?

2006-01-05 Thread Matthew Dillon
to be copied over. -Matt Matthew Dillon [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Final 1.4 engineering, official release will be on Saturday

2006-01-05 Thread Matthew Dillon
I am finishing up the release engineering today and will roll an ISO for overnight distribution to our mirrors this evening, along with the necessary web pages and such. I am going to give our mirrors a day to get the ISO's before I make the web pages live so the official

Re: copying pkgsrc tree around jails on beefy machine - fast on 2nd iteration, a bit slower than first on 3rd iteration

2006-01-05 Thread Matthew Dillon
*NOT* recommend that the system default be changed. -Matt Matthew Dillon [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: copying pkgsrc tree around jails on beefy machine - fast on 2nd iteration, a bit slower than first on 3rd iteration

2006-01-05 Thread Matthew Dillon
huge performance penalties. -Matt Matthew Dillon [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: pkgsrc build from source issue?

2006-01-05 Thread Matthew Dillon
the ports. Since the ports are installed in /usr/local and pkgsrc programs are installed in /usr/pkg, there should theoretically be no conflict. -Matt Matthew Dillon [EMAIL

Re: Final 1.4 and installer question

2006-01-06 Thread Matthew Dillon
:on 05/01/2006 at 09:25 -0800, Matthew Dillon wrote: : so the official : release is going to be on Saturday (7 Jan 2006)! : -Matt : :Sorry, could You say, if there will be a koi-8 font for the installer? :An image released on Jan, 3-rd, gives

Re: pkgsrc glitch in 1.4+ ISOs

2006-01-08 Thread Matthew Dillon
for the release, put something appropriate there (NOT temporary URL's to a fixit script). -Matt Matthew Dillon [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Mail Woes

2006-01-17 Thread Matthew Dillon
and recompiling them might be the only solution. -Matt Matthew Dillon [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: sendmail problem

2006-01-17 Thread Matthew Dillon
:Sendmail sometimes crash with signal 11 when I try to send mail. It seems :to have something to do with the recipient since I can mail [EMAIL PROTECTED] :without problem, but not [EMAIL PROTECTED] Unfortunatley I cannot find any :core dumps from sendmail (don't know if it would help though). :

Re: sendmail problem

2006-01-17 Thread Matthew Dillon
:Ok Matt. Sendmail crashes at home but not on leaf. The command output is :below. I'll try and build a debug sendmail tomorrow. It seems to be a :problem with TLS. : :-Richard : :@home: : :[gorg//sendmail]$ sendmail -O QueueDirectory=/home/rnyberg/sendmail -q -v Looks probable.

Re: where is my randomness?

2006-01-24 Thread Matthew Dillon
will be removed entirely. That should deal with the issue once and for all. -Matt Matthew Dillon [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: jails and multicast traffic

2006-01-29 Thread Matthew Dillon
Matthew Dillon [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Configuring kernel: why doesnt this work?

2006-02-16 Thread Matthew Dillon
it is a device unit number. Try just using 'device snd'. -Matt Matthew Dillon [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: BSDCan 2006

2006-02-23 Thread Matthew Dillon
! :Thanks in advance! : :Scott -Matt Matthew Dillon [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: config(8) outdated

2006-02-26 Thread Matthew Dillon
. -Matt Matthew Dillon [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: bsdtalk022 - Interview with Matthew Dillon from DragonFly BSD

2006-03-08 Thread Matthew Dillon
! -Matt Matthew Dillon [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: limited space upgrade

2006-03-08 Thread Matthew Dillon
=9=?48812=7043:' | tr '0-@' 'wutrofn mlkige.ca' Or use an NFS mount from another machine with more space. -Matt Matthew Dillon [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Speeding up networking, worth a read.

2006-03-08 Thread Matthew Dillon
performance rather then improve it. -Matt Matthew Dillon [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: errno contain 672964768

2006-03-10 Thread Matthew Dillon
. -Matt Matthew Dillon [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: make buildkernel fails ...

2006-03-10 Thread Matthew Dillon
Matthew Dillon [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: 1.5.1- devel. installer fail

2006-03-12 Thread Matthew Dillon
and doing this first: ln -s a /etc/malloc.conf (note: lower case a) Then relogin as the installer and it should work. -Matt Matthew Dillon [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Desktopcluster

2006-03-14 Thread Matthew Dillon
not the sort of clustering we are working towards. -Matt Matthew Dillon [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Desktopcluster

2006-03-14 Thread Matthew Dillon
supplied by contributors to the cluster, and so forth. -Matt Matthew Dillon [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Desktopcluster

2006-03-14 Thread Matthew Dillon
. -Matt Matthew Dillon [EMAIL PROTECTED]

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