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[00:03:45] <jesse_> yes, afaik
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[00:25:33] <andoriyu_> that was faster than I expected. Thanks for your help.
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[01:58:51] <nahamu> okay, wtf...
[01:59:49] <nahamu> 1. create VM. 2. zfs snapshot disk0, clone and promote as zones/<new uuid> 3. use <new uuid> when creating a new VM. 4. get Invalid value(s) for: disks.*.image_uuid,disks.0.image_uuid
[02:00:11] <nahamu> *even if I create /var/img/images/zones-<new uuid>.json as a manifest*
[02:03:38] <nahamu> grrr...
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[02:03:55] <nahamu> either I'm screwing up the manifest, or something...
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[02:18:04] <arekinath> does the new imgadm try to always send the IP address as the Host header in the request?
[02:19:12] <arekinath> it actually seems to go run dig to try to do that
[02:19:15] <arekinath> wow
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[02:38:06] <nahamu> uh.... maybe I had a typo? now it worked.
[02:38:11] * nahamu sighs
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[08:23:00] <alucardX> morning
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[11:35:49] <opeth___> hello again
[11:36:11] <linuxprof> hello there
[11:36:26] <opeth___> jperkin: I don't know if you've tried to contact me, I can't reach that other screen - about the sasl+mysql-enabled postfix build off pkgsrc on base64 1.8 from Q4
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[11:36:49] <opeth___> I mean I can, but only in the evening
[11:37:01] <jperkin> no, I haven't looked yet
[11:37:24] <opeth___> thanks! I've been asking merely because I could do tests of whatever you wanted me to even now
[11:37:37] <opeth___> I can and will wait of course.
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[11:42:41] <powerosx> one question… but on kvm is not possible to connect usb drive to vm??
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[12:51:24] <khushildep> Hi all
[12:52:14] <khushildep> Does anyone have experience of pkg_summary and pkg_create at all? In particular how to add dependancies into pkg_create? If I want to add a dep do I have the full package name like erlang-15.1.1 or just erlang-15 or erlang?
[12:54:27] <jperkin> khushildep: full package name, or a "PKGNAME>=<version>" format
[12:55:33] <jperkin> khushildep: it's normally easier to create packages via a simple NO_BUILD package though if you just want to re-package some binaries, something like https://github.com/joyent/pkgsrc-joyent/blob/master/dtracetools/Makefile is how you'd do that
[12:55:36] <khushildep> Hi jperkin - so in build-info I can do DEPENDS=erlang-15.1.1 ?
[12:55:49] <khushildep> that will then be installed along side my package?
[12:56:50] <jperkin> khushildep: it should do, though it's better to do something like DEPENDS=erlang>=15.1.1, as then if erlang gets bumped to erlang-15.1.1nb1 or something it doesn't break your dependency tree.
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[12:59:38] <jperkin> a better example actually would be https://github.com/joyent/pkgsrc/blob/trunk/lang/erlang-doc/Makefile
[12:59:45] <jperkin> as that shows how to correctly depend upon erlang
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[13:15:57] <szaydel> Hey all, wondering if someone can help me with using `vmadm update`, specifically with syntax needed to remove or update NICs through passing a file with `-f` argument.
[13:23:44] <szaydel> Looks like there is good stuff on the Wiki. Hopefully that will get me what I need to do.
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[13:25:18] <opeth___> the one with update_nics will work; you have to specify the MAC and the rest you want to change
[13:25:23] <opeth___> then refer to the json that has these
[13:25:46] <opeth___> removal I have never tried myself, but updating works this way
[13:26:01] <opeth___> adding with add_nics also does iirc
[13:26:16] <opeth___> you need to specify more information naturally in the payload
[13:27:11] <szaydel> opeth___: Thanks. Yeah it looks quite straight-forward.
[13:27:39] <opeth___> you're most welcome; best of luck with it
[13:27:53] <opeth___> I'm a total newb myself but this far I've already gotten.
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[13:35:57] <szaydel> opeth___: Seems quite easy really. Just needed to have json contents be "update_nics" as key, and they then array of nic objects as value. # cat update-nics.json | vmadm update bf43a067-b619-4383-bf6a-e2c44f0de575
[13:35:58] <szaydel> Successfully updated bf43a067-b619-4383-bf6a-e2c44f0de575
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[13:44:32] <opeth___> that's also a way to put it on stdin, but -f /path/to/json will most likely also work, so will < /path/to/json, but that's stdin again :)
[13:44:51] <opeth___> but yes, your definition is correct
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[13:45:05] <opeth___> I personally find json hard enough but I'll get used to it in time
[13:45:14] <khushildep> would this work even for a binary install? That DEPENDS line in build-info doesn't seem to be picked up by pkg_create - pkg_info -X doesn't show that as a dep
[13:45:15] <khushildep> @jperkin
[13:47:15] <jperkin> khushildep: you'd use the Makefile etc to create a binary package, it's somewhat easier that way as you don't need to worry about trying to manually create the metadata, pkg_create can be somewhat fragile
[13:48:16] <jperkin> I'd start with that erlang-doc package, copy it to a new pkgsrc/<category>/<package> directory, edit it to package up the bits you want instead of erlang documentation then 'bmake package' should, modulo bugs, create a binary package you can copy around.
[13:56:07] <Licenser> And erlang saves the day again!
[13:56:55] <Licenser> khushildep if you don';t want you package in the default repository I've a few very simple apps you can copy the package creation process form
[13:58:49] <opeth___> if you don't mind sharing further I could possibly also learn from that
[13:59:02] <Licenser> opeth___ not at all it's on github anyway ;)
[13:59:23] <opeth___> grand, may I ask for a deeplink? :)
[13:59:31] <Licenser> https://github.com/project-fifo/wiggle/tree/master/rel/pkg
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[13:59:37] <Licenser> was just digging it out
[13:59:42] <opeth___> oh, wiggle
[13:59:49] <opeth___> I've been evaluating fifo recently
[13:59:55] <opeth___> thanks!
[13:59:56] <Licenser> cool :) and?
[14:00:13] <opeth___> I wouldn't know why but it imposed severe load on my testbed
[14:00:24] <opeth___> other than that it could have been worth having
[14:00:28] <opeth___> but I shut it down due to that
[14:01:08] <Licenser> opeth___ if you want to have a deeper look on that just poke me :) if there is a problem I'd be very interesting into finding it
[14:01:33] <opeth___> thanks, the day may come :)
[14:01:46] <Licenser> :)
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[14:04:31] <Licenser> I'll see forward to it, another bug squashed will be a good thing :D
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[15:26:33] <opeth___> jperkin: I'll be reachable via the other screen with one underscore less for a nick later and remain thankful for any efforts made
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[16:35:26] <vsomes_> hi  any opinoins on doing backups remotely .. has anybody used zfsbackup python tool
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[16:40:24] <opeth__> no; I use zfs send | zfs recv
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[17:16:54] * kfr- has some KVM linux guest kernel questions
[17:17:25] <kfr-> I'm wondering which linux kernel is best for a kvm guest
[17:17:59] <kfr-> I heard that 2.6.18 should be avoided
[17:18:17] <nahamu> My understanding is that 3.x kernels should be fine.
[17:18:25] <kfr-> Does the same thing apply to 2.6.32?
[17:19:00] <nahamu> good question.
[17:19:08] <kfr-> the problem I have is that 3.x kernels are not supported on Sun Ray
[17:19:10] <nahamu> http://linux.joyent.com/ has some more info
[17:19:55] <nahamu> kfr-: I was under the impression that 3.x is generally compatible with the last bunch of 2.6.x releases.
[17:20:06] <nahamu> But I pay less and less attention to that these days.
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[17:23:59] <Melinko> As far as I know, I just loaded latest and greatest Fedora
[17:24:07] <Melinko> >.> Kernel works great
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[17:26:10] <rmustacc> kfr-: The issues around the 2.6.18 line is that they don't really support some of the timing devices that are emulated properly. At least that's been my undersatnding from my experience and what vmware publishes.
[17:26:17] <rmustacc> The 2.6.32 should be fine.
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[17:26:39] <rmustacc> On the 3.x line though maybe in 2.6.32 you want to look out for a Linux kernel mlock bug.
[17:27:06] <rmustacc> Mostly that the act of locking memory can take a large amount of time to complete.
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[17:30:26] <nahamu> rmustacc: random qemu tidbit. Turns out that qemu-kvm has been merged into qemu mainline some time before 1.4 came out (possibly before 1.3).
[17:31:55] <rmustacc> Oh, interesting.
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[17:34:27] <pringlescan> If I have a second NIC in two servers that are connected by a cross-over cable, what's a good way to expose this direct link to my guest zones and kvm machines? Right now I give VMs outside IPs, but I may want to eventually do a VLAN type setup
[17:38:14] <rmustacc> pringelscan: Create a nic tag and give each guest a nic on that nic tag.
[17:39:24] <pringlescan> rmustacc: nic tag, meaning a vnic with a label?
[17:39:49] <rmustacc> No.
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[17:40:12] <rmustacc> A nic tag represents some collection of nics (usually you would use the same one across multiple machines)
[17:41:03] <pringlescan> thanks, I'll try to read up on it, i'm on my way to a meeting
[17:41:49] <rmustacc> You create vnics over nic tags.
[17:42:04] <rmustacc> But basically you would just add a nic tag with the mac of the cross over link to your configuration.
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[18:00:57] <leecallen35> I am trying to compile smartos for the first of time, per http://wiki.smartos.org/display/DOC/Building+SmartOS+on+SmartOS
[18:01:22] <leecallen35> compile fails - in 'gmake world' - not much in the way of error messages...
[18:01:43] <leecallen35> gmake: *** [0-illumos-stamp] Error 1
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[18:02:07] <leecallen35> how do I track this down?
[18:02:19] <jesse_> to copy from backbuffer:
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[18:02:38] <jesse_> <wesolows> szaydel: the illumos-joyent build is failing; the log can be found in projects/illumos/log
[18:03:05] <leecallen35> thanks
[18:08:45] <richlowe> look for the first instance of the text 'Error code' in the log, then scroll up until you get the errors from whatever failed that isn't make
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[18:09:58] <rmustacc> If you use vi, I generally look for it via '\*\*\*'
[18:10:16] <LeftWing> or \*\* E
[18:11:04] <richlowe> I search for "Error code", because golfing pattern matches is for losers. ;)
[18:11:17] <LeftWing> Your mum is.
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[18:13:00] <jesse_> I don't search errors as I don't make mistakes
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[18:15:11] * jesse_ adds 'compile smartos' to his todo-list
[18:17:14] <nahamu> leecallen: the question we have to ask... did you follow the wiki page verbatim?
[18:17:26] <leecallen> Haha!  thanks. and since I don't golf I will use the latter.
[18:17:50] <leecallen> nahamu: yes verbatim.  My copy & paste skills are unparalleled.  It's my best thing.
[18:18:26] <jesse_> the thing is, it shouldn't fail if you follow the page verbatim...
[18:18:47] <nahamu> which is why I asked.
[18:19:43] <leecallen> I promise you I did.  Right down to the image I used for the zone.
[18:20:20] <leecallen> would a 4-core CPU and 8GB memory suffice?
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[18:20:53] <nahamu> the smallest I've tried it on is a machine with 16GB.
[18:21:39] <nahamu> you still told the zone it could have 32GB though, right?
[18:21:40] <leecallen> is there any reason not to 'gmake clean' before my next attempt?
[18:21:56] <leecallen> yes I used that bit of JSON included on the web page
[18:22:07] <xmerlin> hi to all ...what's the best way to submit patches/fixes for the pkgsrc tree?
[18:22:37] <jperkin> submit a patch to the joyent/pkgsrc.git issues page
[18:22:48] <jperkin> we'll get it integrated if it's acceptable
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[18:23:24] <xmerlin> ok
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[18:25:30] <nahamu> leecallen: leecallen what version are you currently running?
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[18:26:22] <rmustacc> Don't just clobber stuff before actually sharing what the error is.
[18:32:40] <richlowe> rmustacc: did you do fake subset stuff lately?
[18:32:51] <richlowe> there certainly has been more people with failing builds than usual
[18:33:15] <rmustacc> richlowe: I did very recently, but that's why I want to see wehre it fails.
[18:33:23] <rmustacc> There have been folks failing in perl and that hasn't been recent at all.
[18:33:32] <leecallen> I am wiping the smartos-live dir clean and starting over with git
[18:33:41] <rmustacc> Wait?
[18:33:48] <rmustacc> Why are you not sharing the build error?
[18:34:06] <rmustacc> I mean you can go ahead and wait another hour or two to fail again, but it just seems like a waste of time.
[18:34:14] <leecallen> because I couldn't find it, that log dir was a mess, I fooled around too much before I came here
[18:34:36] <leecallen> I will start clean, I will get the same original error, and I will bring it here and wait
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[18:36:02] <richlowe> rmustacc: the perl people I saw also disappeared when I asked what I hope were the useful questions :\
[18:38:46] <aszeszo> hi all, I have just extracted smartos files to a zfs filesystem, added few files required by bootadm, generated new boot_archive and the system booted without any issues!
[18:38:49] <aszeszo> magic
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[18:39:00] <aszeszo> well done Joyent!
[18:39:08] <aszeszo> http://linux01.everycity.co.uk/~aszeszo/skitched-20130319-183606.png
[18:39:41] <rmustacc> The boot archive shouldn't really care where you boot it from.
[18:40:18] <aszeszo> rmustacc: / is a real zfs filesystem, not ramdisk in this case
[18:40:30] <aszeszo>  /usr is writable, etc.
[18:41:09] <nahamu> aszeszo: meaning that the boot archive you generated doesn't contain the compressed /usr file system?
[18:41:20] <aszeszo> yeah
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[18:41:29] <nahamu> certainly nifty.
[18:42:13] <aszeszo> i was expecting startup scripts to explode
[18:42:32] <aszeszo> not all services started on first boot
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[18:43:03] <aszeszo> but everything was in order after creating /usbkey/config file and rebooting the VM
[18:43:49] <jesse_> you're probably making half the joyent people on the channel cry at the moment=)
[18:44:04] <aszeszo> :D
[18:44:37] <nahamu> I certainly see the entertainment value of doing it.
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[18:44:45] <ryancnelson> you basically just forked smartos
[18:44:46] <nahamu> Is there a practical application?
[18:45:06] <nahamu> oh crap, there is.
[18:45:18] <jesse_> I'd use that config to develop smartos?
[18:45:52] <nahamu> It would make for a slightly friendlier combo file server/SmartOS host.
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[18:46:00] <aszeszo> nahamu: what application are you thinking about?
[18:46:03] <aszeszo> oh, i see
[18:46:10] <nahamu> e.g. in theory doing a smbadm join might actually persist.
[18:46:28] <leecallen> I heard that!
[18:46:30] <nahamu> It's like an OmniOS box, but with vmadm tooling.
[18:46:37] <opeth__> nahamu: may I ask if your qemu-kvm dataset needs any additional or different configuration against to the default platform one?
[18:46:40] <aszeszo> i was actually curious if one could use smartos to develop a traditional distro
[18:46:45] <nahamu> leecallen: IT'S NOT SUPPORTED!!! :)
[18:47:09] <ryancnelson> if it's not on a ramdisk, it's not the thing we built anymore.  you "broke the 4th wall"… meaning you need to rebuild your system every time there's an upgrade
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[18:47:15] <leecallen> yeah I know. and it probably means setting aside a disk or two to boot the OS.
[18:47:17] <rmustacc> You should be able to. The basic format of smartos-live and what was originally illumos-live should work fine.
[18:47:18] <aszeszo> first thing to try was to extract it to zfs filesystem and boot it
[18:47:18] <nahamu> one could spork SmartOS by making the tooling needed to keep such a system up to date.
[18:47:25] <ryancnelson> "we" meaning "joyent"
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[18:47:28] <rmustacc> It's all out there and you can do whatever you want with it.
[18:47:31] <ryancnelson> i just watched, mostly
[18:47:38] <rmustacc> Glad it's being helpful.
[18:48:19] <nahamu> aszeszo: did you take notes?
[18:48:35] <leecallen> nahamu: it would be a silly way for me to 'solve' the domain persistence problem
[18:48:38] <LeftWing> jesse_: For developing SmartOS I mostly just rebuild some binary incrementally, then "gmake live" and PXE boot.  Takes about ~4 minutes.
[18:49:06] <LeftWing> ipxe can boot via HTTP straight out of the build output/ directory.
[18:49:19] <jesse_> LeftWing, oh
[18:49:43] <rmustacc> Or if it's just a single binary I lofs mount it or run it out of /var/tmp/.
[18:49:51] <nahamu> When illumos virtio support gets good enough, you could probably boot a KVM VM running the latest image you'd just built...
[18:50:05] <LeftWing> rmustacc: Indeed!
[18:50:26] <ryancnelson> i just mean that saying "smartos boots from live media, to a ramdisk" is a true statement.  It's a defining characteristic. … if you make it do other things that make that not true, you don't change smartos.
[18:50:30] <LeftWing> nahamu: Yup.
[18:50:38] <LeftWing> I mean, you can do it now, but it's obviously slow.
[18:50:41] <jesse_> LeftWing, I haven't really done any smartos development, so the real use cases are a bit fuzzy to me=)
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[18:51:42] <LeftWing> The part I would be least excited about would be reinventing boot environments to deal with upgrading to new bits.
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[18:52:03] <jesse_> LeftWing, you can always re-add beadm!=)
[18:52:04] * jesse_ dodges
[18:52:14] <LeftWing> I try not to re-add shitpiles to the OS.
[18:52:27] <LeftWing> :P
[18:52:30] <ira> Thank you for rescuing the world from that one ;)
[18:52:44] <LeftWing> Hey, don't look at me.  I signed on after the revolution. :P
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[18:53:06] <jesse_> well, when you compare beadm to booting with one ufs root, it _is_ and improvement...
[18:53:29] <LeftWing> I miss booting from tape.
[18:53:57] <richlowe> you're comparing beadm to liveupgrade, if you're being fair.
[18:54:03] <jesse_> or re-inputting the OS with 8 switches and insert-button, one byte at a time
[18:54:20] <LeftWing> richlowe: right, it's much less pants than LU.
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[18:57:38] <ira> My process is a bit longer, in that I rsync onto a usb stick… but still ;)
[19:00:17] <aszeszo> so imgadm doesn't work well with system pools named differently than 'zones'
[19:00:42] <aszeszo> i have booted other os and did 'zpool import syspool zones' to rename the pool
[19:01:02] <aszeszo> and booted (not-)smartos back from zfs
[19:01:12] <aszeszo> now I see this, which I think is a bug:
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[19:01:30] <aszeszo> http://paste.ec/?3ebc17b5f441225d#naMXj2u0ycc/l4b9BRARa2SD9+6/RhyG1gpFDJCHADQ=
[19:02:00] <aszeszo> i think i have imported the pool twice?
[19:02:09] <aszeszo> under different names?
[19:03:08] <aszeszo> lol http://paste.ec/?287e53a7f29ca41e#3KbilWa3GMtAjbh+/arYI3nAPKJg1j2pDp1asapdIVM=
[19:03:09] <rmustacc> aszeszo: You'd have to use imgadm options to specify a different pool.
[19:03:23] <Eimann> hrm, shouldn't I be able to see vlans of a zone in dladm show-vlans?
[19:04:03] <aszeszo> rmustacc: thanks, I should have looked at the available options first
[19:04:33] <ira> Still… how'd you get that pool imported twice… that's quite special.. and likely hosed.
[19:04:43] <rmustacc> Eimann: We never use create-vlan.
[19:05:02] <aszeszo> need to go, bye all!
[19:05:08] <jesse_> ira, I've gotten that with opensolaris
[19:05:31] <jesse_> ira, the root pool import doesn't check /etc/zfs.cache (obviously)
[19:06:15] <jesse_> (I got it when I renamed rpool to something else in another solaris and then booted the renamed-rpool
[19:06:54] <Eimann> rmustacc: so I need to create them manually after specifying them in the json-spec for a zone?
[19:07:14] <jesse_> ira, filed a bug about it, even, in '07 or so...=)
[19:08:19] <rmustacc> Eimann: No, there's nothing to do.
[19:08:27] <rmustacc> Specify the vlan id in the spec.
[19:08:30] <Eimann> ok
[19:08:33] <rmustacc> Your vnic will be crated on that vlan.
[19:08:36] <Eimann> then it tags automatically
[19:08:48] <Eimann> thanks for clarification :)
[19:08:49] <rmustacc> If you list the vnic properties you'll see that it's created on that vnic.
[19:09:00] <Eimann> oh
[19:09:04] <Eimann> indeed, it's in show-vnic
[19:09:09] <Eimann> that's convenient :)
[19:10:38] <rmustacc> We try to reduce the number of steps you have to take.
[19:12:49] <Eimann> :)
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[19:36:09] <xmerlin> is there a way to automatically add the checksum of a new patch to distinfo (I'm working on some patches for the current pkgsrc)?
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[19:38:41] <nahamu> xmerlin: did you try "bmake distinfo" ?
[19:39:34] <xenol> I would like to run vmadm via RBAC, however I am failing it.
[19:40:05] <xmerlin> nahamu, thank you ...is what I'm searching for
[19:40:50] <xenol> First, I thought that adding /usr/sbin/vmadm to file under exec_attr.d would solve it, but I realized /usr/sbin/vmadm is a symlink to /usr/vm/sbin/vmadm
[19:41:06] <xenol> but it still explains that vmadm is not running as root
[19:41:29] <xenol> I restarted rbac service and am using pfexec /usr/vm/sbin/vmadm
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[19:45:37] <jesse_> if you check vmadm, you'll notice it's a node script
[19:45:59] <jesse_> no idea if that makes a difference, though
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[19:55:40] <leecallen> so I reproduced my build failure of smartos: https://gist.github.com/anonymous/5199034
[19:55:51] <nahamu> is there documentation of the required fields for an image manifest that makes the latest vmadm be happy?
[19:55:52] <leecallen> followed the wiki instructions exactly
[19:56:38] <richlowe> as above, you want the first instance of "Error code" in the log, and the actual failure that precedes it.
[20:00:28] <leecallen> richlowe: that would be here: https://gist.github.com/anonymous/5199075
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[20:03:41] <rmustacc> Sigh, the bloody perl stuff again.
[20:05:14] <leecallen> the program I am after compiled okay.  how do I recompile a single program?
[20:06:00] <rmustacc> I suspect it will always fail.
[20:06:05] <rmustacc> Though you can use bldenv.
[20:06:54] <leecallen> I want to change & recompile one program.  'gmake world' compiled it successfully, it got that far.
[20:08:23] <rmustacc> Sorry, I misunderstood what you were after.
[20:08:28] <rmustacc> You would use the bldenv utility.
[20:08:39] <leecallen> thanks
[20:08:41] <rmustacc> So if you were sitting in smartos-live/projects/illumos/usr/src
[20:09:03] <rmustacc> ./tools/proto/root_i386-nd/opt/onbld/bin/bldenv ../../illumos.sh
[20:09:18] <rmustacc> Then you could cd into the directory you care about (which varies depending on what you're building) and run dmake.
[20:09:29] <leecallen> okay thank you thats very helpful
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[20:24:33] <Eimann> hrm. so, I've two nics defined in a zone json, both with ip address/vlan tag/allow spoofing. bound to admin_nic, net0/net1, different mac addr. - when I boot up the zone, they don't appear in ifconfig, after plubing they come up, but without config
[20:26:19] <Eimann> nothing wrong in dmesg/vmadm-log visible
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[20:36:00] <richlowe> rmustacc, e^ipi: We appear to let per use MakeMaker?
[20:36:20] <richlowe> and I can't immediately find anything that would attempt to cripple it.
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[21:24:48] <rmustacc> richlowe: Yeah, we do. I think wesolows had tracked this down previously.
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[22:09:17] <nahamu> are there any examples of add_disks usage?
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[23:47:50] <bradleymeck> i am getting a bunch of "ld: fatal: relocations remain against allocatable but non-writable sections" when using gcc to compile and link a shared lib. -lsocket fixed some but a lot of others remain errno, getenv, ntohs, etc. any idea what step i am missing?
[23:48:40] <rmustacc> You're usually missing the library that they come from.
[23:49:00] <rmustacc> In this case though, it sounds like you've told gcc not to use the default libraries and didn't include -lc.
[23:49:18] <rmustacc> If you can gist the full input to gcc and ouptut, that'd help.
[23:51:13] <bradleymeck> https://gist.github.com/bmeck/1e4d99199648f5e7e03b
[23:51:18] <richlowe> bradleymeck: generally, something you're doing should be PIC and isn't.
[23:51:34] <richlowe> see.
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[23:52:20] <rmustacc> gcc defaults to making an executable, not a shared object.
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[23:52:40] <rmustacc> And even though you have -shared, you still need to tell it to compile the .c file as PIC.
[23:52:40] <bradleymeck> touche, -G on sunos was testing on mac
[23:52:48] <rmustacc> As richlowe points out.
[23:55:04] <rmustacc> bradleymeck: -G as an option to ld and -G as an option to gcc are very different.
[23:55:54] <rmustacc> If you add -fPIC you should be alright.
[23:56:40] <bradleymeck> mmmm
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