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[00:02:52] <toasterson> leoric still working on php?
[00:03:08] <toasterson> web/php-70/extension/php-xmlreader is missing a dependency on web/php-70/extension/php-dom
[00:07:14] <andyf> @LeftWing - ooo, do one for OmniOS too
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[00:12:11] <LeftWing> andyf: Maybe I will!
[00:13:10] <andyf> We have mdata client 20170105
[00:16:33] <LeftWing> Should just be able to roll the date forward -- not much, if anything, has changed since then.
[00:16:46] <LeftWing> Most of the changes have been to add support for BSDs and such
[00:17:03] <andyf> I'll look at it.. should be an easy update
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[02:12:18] <richlowe> alanc: you old enough to remember why sun5->sun4u?
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[13:49:25] <Agnar> richlowe: marketing? sun4u == "(the) sun for you"?;))
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[17:39:26] <v_a_b> The "u" stands for "Ultra" == the 64 bit architecture. There were many other revisions of the Sun 4 CPU line. There were sun2 and sun3 before that.
[18:20:49] <igork> Agnar: what is it "sun4v" ?
[18:35:59] <tomww> maybe the first CPUs capable of "v"irtual OS-Domains
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[19:11:07] <alanc> richlowe: not quite, that change was made before my time
[19:11:49] <alanc> I'd bet it was to do with not wanting people/scripts to think the machines couldn't run sun4 binaries in the same way sun4* couldn't run sun3
[19:12:06] <alanc> same way SunOS got stuck at 5.x forever
[19:12:50] <alanc> igork: as tomww said, sun4v have the hypervisor for virtualization
[19:15:23] <alanc> ah yes, in ancient mail archives:
[19:15:31] <alanc> "The new architecture will be known as sun4u. (We couldn't call it sun5
[19:15:31] <alanc> because so many scripts and wrappers would break!)"
[19:17:39] <igork> alanc: yes, i know about ldom on sun4v :)
[19:18:13] <igork> it was a little joke with translation similar to 'sun4u = Sun 4(for) You'
[19:18:22] <alanc> oh, I missed that
[19:18:28] <igork> Agnar said
[19:18:42] <igork> alanc: sorry for confusion :)
[19:20:20] <richlowe> alanc: ah, always the way.
[19:20:33] <richlowe> v_a_b: I know, early code and documents called it sun5, though. :)
[19:20:55] <richlowe> I happened upon sbus constants for ultra1/ultra2 still referring to the sun5/Fusion desktop documentation :)
[19:21:31] <alanc> Sun loved changing names like that after code was written using them
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[19:43:01] <v_a_b> The love of renaming products is one of the few things Oracle has faithfully retained from the Sun inheritance.
[19:53:46] <Agnar> v_a_b: oh, that's quite common in it today
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[23:45:27] <richlowe> alanc: oh, did I get the 1994 date for sigfpe.c being broken right?
[23:45:46] <richlowe> I suppose since it's in libbc too, there's also a chance it was wrong on 386i? :)
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