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[05:13:44] <while1eq1> how do I change the time from UTC?
[05:13:55] <while1eq1> i tried rtc -z US/Eastern -c
[05:14:03] <while1eq1> tzselect
[05:14:14] <while1eq1> date command is still showing UTC
[05:18:50] <richlowe> tzselect doesn't do anything but print out the value, rtc -z sets the timezone of the rtc.  You want /etc/default/init
[05:18:57] <richlowe> and probably to run tzreload
[05:19:22] <while1eq1> will that hold over a reboot?
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[05:20:00] <richlowe> in the smartos GZ, probably not
[05:20:11] <while1eq1> this is in a zone
[05:20:25] <richlowe> in the zones, yeah, the change to /etc/default/init should see to that.
[05:20:49] <while1eq1> ill try that, thanks
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[06:46:14] <BombStrike> hello, what's the clean way to change the max fds for my node processes?
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[07:38:24] <arai1> Segmentation Fault in dnsmasq from the package, github the right place for that?
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[07:45:10] <MerlinDMC> arai1, you'll probably fill an issue on the smartos-live repo or wait until more people are alive :P
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[08:27:34] <arai1> rmustacc replied to me a few hours ago
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[08:28:11] <MerlinDMC> arai, yep ... for the dump ... bzip it and make it available on some server for download
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[08:48:19] <arai> posted
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[10:11:58] <bsdguru> anyone have any ideas of why on smartos non-global zones passwd can't see a user?
[10:12:12] <bsdguru> passwd: User unknown: someusername
[10:12:12] <bsdguru> Permission denied
[10:12:34] <bsdguru> user appears in /etc/passwd and /etc/shadow
[10:12:43] <MerlinDMC> bsdguru, that's the stuff you get if you try that in the GZ
[10:12:55] <bsdguru> nope I'm in a non global zone
[10:13:03] <MerlinDMC> in a non-global zone it works fine for me
[10:13:31] <bsdguru> pondering if this is a platform image issue on JPC2
[10:13:58] <bsdguru> joyent support have no clue here
[10:14:06] <jperkin> is it >8 characters
[10:14:22] <bsdguru> less than 8
[10:14:24] <bsdguru> noel
[10:14:30] <bsdguru> 4 chars
[10:14:52] <jperkin> ran pwconv to ensure they aren't mismatched?
[10:15:15] <bsdguru> [root@newport (las) /etc]# pwconv
[10:15:15] <bsdguru> pwconv: ERROR: bad entry or blank line at line 139 in /etc/passwd
[10:15:16] <bsdguru> pwconv: ERROR: bad entry or blank line at line 140 in /etc/passwd
[10:15:16] <bsdguru> pwconv: ERROR: bad entry or blank line at line 141 in /etc/passwd
[10:15:16] <bsdguru> pwconv: ERROR: bad entry or blank line at line 142 in /etc/passwd
[10:15:17] <bsdguru> pwconv: ERROR: bad entry or blank line at line 143 in /etc/passwd
[10:15:17] <bsdguru> pwconv: ERROR: bad entry or blank line at line 144 in /etc/passwd
[10:15:17] <bsdguru> pwconv: ERROR: bad entry or blank line at line 145 in /etc/passwd
[10:15:18] <bsdguru> pwconv: ERROR: bad entry or blank line at line 146 in /etc/passwd
[10:15:18] <bsdguru> pwconv: ERROR: bad entry or blank line at line 147 in /etc/passwd
[10:15:18] <bsdguru> pwconv: ERROR: bad entry or blank line at line 148 in /etc/passwd
[10:15:19] <bsdguru> pwconv: Unexpected failure. Conversion not done.
[10:15:28] <bsdguru> so webmin has done some more weird stuff
[10:15:29] <jperkin> right, fix those then ;)
[10:18:34] <bsdguru> thanks jonathan :)
[10:18:56] <bsdguru> I'm going to file another bug against virtualmin restore
[10:20:13] <MerlinDMC> jperkin, I did try to find some packages that use SMFBASE= but neighter net/proftpd or www/apache24 have that set is all that magic stuff not in the joyent/pkgsrc repo on github?
[10:21:39] <jperkin> MerlinDMC: there aren't any package-specific changes necessary, you set SMFBASE in your mk.conf and then the manifest.xml and method files are picked up if they exist
[10:21:53] <jperkin> the only "magic" stuff is in pkgsrc/mk/smf.mk
[10:22:02] <jperkin> which isn't in upstream pkgsrc yet
[10:22:15] <MerlinDMC> ah ... then I misunderstood you yesterday ^^
[10:22:41] <jperkin> so, if you create /blah/net/proftpd/manifest.xml and then set SMFBASE=/blah in mk.conf and build net/proftpd, it should (in theory!) pick it up at build time and use it
[10:22:55] <jperkin> sorry, I probably didn't explain it properly
[10:23:55] <MerlinDMC> jperkin, I'm happy that you answered the question ... I just got it wrong I think - will try to build up a smfbase directory and rebuild packages
[10:23:55] <jperkin> currently our smf bits are in a private repo just for convenience, at some point I'll make them public (or you can pick them up from mamash/pk.git still I expect)
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[11:18:52] <miller7> Hello! I have 2 eth cards. One is in the admin network (internal switch) and the other in the external network (external switch). I am playing so I am creating KVMs in the admin interface. If I need to create a KVM with access to external network, should I add an IP to the host machine also on the external network? Or assigning the KVM to the "external" network and give it an "external" IP is enough?
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[11:30:39] <MerlinDMC> miller7, don't change anything on the GZ ... just add a nic to your kvm with an external nictag + external ip
[11:33:26] <miller7> so in /usbkey/config I add "external_nic=a:b:c:d" (MAC of NIC) and that's it?
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[11:34:59] <MerlinDMC> should be ... I'm not sure if you need to give it a real ip as well to get the nic tagged for vmadm - but you don't add the kvm used IP on the GZ
[11:36:06] <miller7> yes, I know the last part. But my question is whether the "external_*" configs require one IP that's actually working on the GZ in order to setup packet forwardings etc
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[14:04:06] <miwija> Hi, can I convert a SmartDataCenter (6.5.4) compute node into a  SmartOS by just booting the machine with last smartos release on a USB key? Would there be some side effects? (eg: ssh keys lost,...)
[14:11:42] <marsell> It'll be missing some SDC agents.
[14:12:32] <marsell> (at minimum)
[14:13:46] <marsell> Actually, I wonder about that. I'll defer to the OS guys to be safe.
[14:25:02] <miwija> Thanks
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[14:26:05] <vsomes_> wc
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[15:34:07] <alcir> hi!
[15:34:11] <alcir> a very simple question
[15:34:20] <alcir> I have 4 ethernet cards
[15:34:33] <alcir> there is a convention to name them?
[15:34:51] <alcir> eth0 tag admin
[15:34:53] <alcir> eth1 ?
[15:34:56] <alcir> eth2?
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[15:40:28] <miwija> What about 'external' for the card with Internet access?
[15:42:16] <alcir> all the cards have internet access
[15:42:28] <alcir> they are on different vlans
[15:44:40] <miwija> admin network should be private only
[15:44:47] <miwija> afaik
[15:45:02] <alcir> say it is private only
[15:45:14] <alcir> the others? I can chose fantasy names?
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[15:48:10] <_jesse> yes
[15:48:26] <_jesse> I'd choose something that makes sense for that vlan, though=)
[15:48:37] <alcir> yes
[15:48:43] <_jesse> only admin tag is "special"
[15:49:21] <mAniAk-_-> i've always missed interface descriptions in operating systems
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[15:51:00] <miwija> I wonder if you can use numbers in your tags though: I configured a 'tengig0' and tengig1'  in /usb/config but they didn't come up after reboot...
[15:51:53] <alcir> tengig0 is the tag
[15:52:02] <alcir> to configure it you must use
[15:53:39] <alcir> tengig00
[15:53:41] <alcir> ?
[15:54:21] <alcir> tengig00_ip=
[15:54:24] <alcir> mmm
[15:54:31] <alcir> I think is not good
[15:55:04] <miwija> I choose to rename in tengiga and tengigb...
[15:56:50] <_jesse> I wish I had that problem, too many tengigs...
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[15:58:58] <_jesse> alcir, see http://wiki.smartos.org/display/DOC/Managing+NICs
[15:59:14] <_jesse> alcir, "NOTE: the omission of the "0" in "storage_nic" above is NOT a typo. That line defines a nic_tag. The other lines define an instance (instance 0) of a vnic on the hardware referenced by that nic_tag."
[16:00:05] <alcir> understood
[16:01:33] <szaydel> _jesse: Every time I build a system with a less than arbitrary network config this is one place where I will definitely screw-up, without fail!
[16:01:39] <miwija> So can I use tengig0_nic=...
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[16:03:00] <_jesse> miwija, as I see it, no
[16:03:24] <_jesse> if you only have one vnic, you don't need to define the 0
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[16:05:56] <MerlinDMC> _jesse, for exery other tag you specify tag_nic=<mac> and tag0_ip
[16:06:10] <MerlinDMC> admin is special
[16:06:19] <_jesse> oh
[16:06:32] <_jesse> I always thought it was the same for all the nics
[16:06:40] <MerlinDMC> yep... me too
[16:06:52] <MerlinDMC> but it's ducumented in the wiki ;)
[16:06:59] * MerlinDMC can't type today
[16:07:02] <_jesse> and admin is special only for being primary
[16:08:03] <_jesse> luckily I've used the 0 so far because I don't like to rely on default-shortcuts=)
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[16:12:50] <alcir> how to monitor the GZ?
[16:12:53] <alcir> i.e.
[16:13:02] <alcir> we use cacti to create graphs
[16:13:13] <alcir> there is a way to install snmp?
[16:14:39] <miwija> zabbix seems recomended by Ben Rockwood (and a lot of people lately)
[16:16:32] <_jesse> alcir, install it in /opt and add automatically imported smf manifest
[16:18:09] <_jesse> alcir, http://wiki.smartos.org/display/DOC/Administering+the+Global+Zone#AdministeringtheGlobalZone-CreatingPersistentServicesUsingSMF
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[16:22:38] <_dumfries> alcir: I've had great success with pull metrics with graphite.
[16:25:40] <kfr_> how can I install puppet on smartos?
[16:26:21] <_jesse> kfr_, see above and http://wiki.smartos.org/display/DOC/Using+Puppet
[16:28:22] <_jesse> I think chef is the more popular one, though
[16:28:36] <_jesse> and personally I'd go with Ansible
[16:34:57] <kfr_> why ansible?
[16:35:06] * kfr_ had never heard of ansible
[16:35:30] <_jesse> "It uses no agents and no additional custom security infrastructure"
[16:35:31] <_jesse> http://ansible.cc/discover.html
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[16:35:49] <kfr_> how many hosts have you used it on?
[16:36:07] <_jesse> 0, so far=)
[16:36:13] <_jesse> on my todo-list
[16:38:11] <kfr_> I'm open to moving away from puppet
[16:41:29] <_jesse> http://ansible.cc/faq.html#faq-6 for motivation=)
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[16:59:49] <szaydel> _jesse: I very much like ansible. About 1 minute to deploy really!
[17:00:28] <szaydel> Not like Salt, where Salt scales much better, but for environments with hundreds not hundreds of thousands it is great.
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[17:05:46] <kfr_> I just spent 22 minutes on http://ansible.cc/resources.html
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[17:06:32] <_jesse> was it worth it?
[17:06:35] <kfr_> yes
[17:06:44] <kfr_> that guy reminds me of Bryan
[17:06:53] <enmand> Ha! Thanks, _jesse!
[17:06:58] * enmand checks out Anible
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[17:11:03] <kfr_> http://blog.ansibleworks.com/
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[17:12:05] <kfr_> puppet seems a bit too complicated for what I need it for
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[17:23:11] <miwija> To come back to NIC tags, they are alphabetic only: http://wiki.smartos.org/display/DOC/extra+configuration+options
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[17:24:21] <miwija> http://wiki.smartos.org/display/DOC/extra+configuration+options
[17:24:54] <miwija> "The nic_tag can be any short alpha string to name the newly added NIC."
[17:25:47] <miwija> Now that I rebooted with tengiga tag instead of tengig0 it works well.
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[17:35:55] <miwija>  Where can I find logs when "vmadm create" fails to provision?
[17:36:21] <nahamu> in /var/log/vm there are log files
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[17:52:28] <miwija> nahamu: thanks, found it (lots of it...)
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[17:59:43] <LeftWing> Ladies and Gentleman...
[17:59:46] <LeftWing> Prepare yourselves...
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[17:59:59] <LeftWing>       __  __ _          _                    _
[17:59:59] <LeftWing>  ___ / _|/ _(_)__ ___  | |_  ___ _  _ _ _ __| |
[17:59:59] <LeftWing> / _ \  _|  _| / _/ -_) | ' \/ _ \ || | '_(_-<_|
[17:59:59] <LeftWing> \___/_| |_| |_\__\___| |_||_\___/\_,_|_| /__(_)
[18:00:00] <LeftWing>
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[18:00:59] <nahamu> nice
[18:01:16] <_jesse> when is 1Q2013 coming out?
[18:01:16] <LeftWing> I do what I can.
[18:01:25] <LeftWing> Ha, straight into the hard questions.
[18:01:28] <ira> Still trying to figure out how I'm getting pkgfmt in my build ;)
[18:01:35] <_jesse> LeftWing, =)
[18:02:00] <LeftWing> _jesse: With apologies, I suspect jperkin is better to ask about that.
[18:02:39] <while1eq1> does free-ipmi work in smartos?
[18:03:50] <LeftWing> while1eq1: I've not heard of it.  We have ipmitool, and we do have a BMC driver that works on some IPMI-capable boards.
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[18:04:08] <while1eq1> I just need to pull power consumption
[18:06:37] <nahamu> how will fwadm be used?
[18:06:58] <LeftWing> while1eq1: Well, I just ran this in the global zone on a supermicro box ... https://gist.github.com/jclulow/197f2d13901eaea20739
[18:07:19] <LeftWing> nahamu: Surely that's up to the consumer? :P
[18:07:44] <nahamu> is it a tool for managing ipfilter running inside a zone from outside of it?
[18:07:49] <LeftWing> As I understand it, it's for poking ipfilter rules into zones.  We'll drive it from further upstack in our provisioning system, etc.
[18:08:11] <LeftWing> We're working on changes that allow us to push rules into zones in a way that the zone then cannot opt out of.
[18:08:14] <nahamu> so it will only be useful for zones, and not KVM VMs.
[18:08:38] <LeftWing> Well, I'm not sure about that, but I wouldn't immediately expect that you couldn't have ipfilter surround a KVM VM.
[18:09:02] <LeftWing> I mean, it *does* run in a zone, and it has a vnic.  I would hope we can use ipfilter on the traffic as it goes past.
[18:09:16] <rmustacc> You cannot.
[18:09:20] <LeftWing> Aww, man.
[18:09:24] <nahamu> right. I currently jam an extra zone with an etherstub between KVM VMs I don't trust and the real network
[18:09:31] <LeftWing> This is what happens when you let me run office hours, rmustacc. :P
[18:09:41] <rmustacc> I know, just multitasking.
[18:09:44] <while1eq1> LeftWing: thanks
[18:11:09] <LeftWing> while1eq1: You're welcome!
[18:12:28] <richlowe> LeftWing: I would imagine rmustacc's answer is smartos-specific.
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[18:17:48] <valera> hello, how to boot smartos in single user mode (so it does not attempt to mount zfs) ?
[18:19:15] <valera> I've tried to add -s in grub but I am not getting shell, smartos tries to deal with zpool then crashes/reboots
[18:19:46] <_jesse> does recovery/noinstall mount zfs?
[18:19:56] <_jesse> I thought it didn't
[18:20:21] <LeftWing> valera: You need to add "noimport=true" into the boot args in grub.
[18:20:29] <LeftWing> In place of "smartos=true", generally.
[18:20:46] <valera> ok, I'll try it - thanks
[18:22:24] <valera> _jesse: I was not clear - I did not mean zfs mount, I meant zpool import - however LeftWing understood me right
[18:22:44] <_jesse> well, I meant zpool import
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[18:23:32] <_jesse> the noinstall kernel line used to have ,noimport=true,standalone=true
[18:23:33] <_jesse> I think
[18:24:10] <_jesse> damn you realiable smartos, I haven't needed to see the grub menu in months=)
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[18:24:50] <valera> "Solaris_audit adt_get_local_address failed, no Audit IP address..." and so on ... hmmm I am not able to login at all
[18:24:50] <valera>
[18:25:01] <rmustacc> richlowe, LeftWing, nahamu: The reason you can't is that most promiscuous traffic goes straight to mac and I'm fairly certain, though not 100% that ipfilter never looks at those layers because it never really leaves ip.
[18:25:14] <richlowe> rmustacc: huh.
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[18:26:38] <rmustacc> The question was can you use ipfilter to manage a kvm VM's nics right?
[18:27:50] <LeftWing> Yes.
[18:27:57] <LeftWing> Well, one of the questions.
[18:28:13] <richlowe> I don't have expertise, I just thought I'd seen someone say they were doing it.
[18:28:30] <LeftWing> valera: root / root   ?
[18:29:07] <valera> nah, silly me ... all configurations are on pool
[18:29:14] <valera> thanks, I was able to login
[18:29:14] <_jesse> LeftWing, https://github.com/joyent/smartos-live/issues/169
[18:29:26] <rmustacc> richlowe: Well, if they are, that'd be good to know.
[18:29:38] <rmustacc> If that already worked and I was wrong, I'd be thrilled.
[18:30:05] <rmustacc> I just thought that because ipfilter only gets called into via the ip hooks, that we probably wouldn't get a chance to see it via mac promisc.
[18:30:27] <rmustacc> But the network stack always confuses me.
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[18:31:44] <LeftWing> _jesse: You mean people don't read the one-pager that describes all this?
[18:31:50] <LeftWing> i.e. http://wiki.smartos.org/display/DOC/Getting+Started+with+SmartOS
[18:31:54] <_jesse> LeftWing, nope
[18:32:12] <_jesse> LeftWing, people don't read wiki in general, I've answered many people with wiki urls today alone=)
[18:32:16] <LeftWing> Do they just press their face against the keyboard and hope that UNIX works out?
[18:32:22] <richlowe> works for me
[18:32:56] <LeftWing> How do they find out where to download our stuff if not through our website?
[18:33:06] <valera> guys, how to disable automatic reboot after kernel crash ? pointer to smartos/solaris/illumos documentation is welcome
[18:33:10] <_jesse> LeftWing, and I hit that problem myself. at coloc. without internet access. I did have the per-build password, but that didn't help much=)
[18:33:41] <_jesse> (yes, coloc and no internet access is kind of a funny combination=))
[18:34:58] <richlowe> valera: add -k to the kernel command line so it drops to the debugger
[18:35:08] <richlowe> valera: but really, automatic reboot is probably what you want, presuming we had time to save a crash dump.
[18:35:45] <ira> Can someone who is building SmartOS via smartos-live (recent versions) confirm that the nightly build noise is still 1 line?
[18:35:46] <valera> yes, but I cant go through the backtrace in those few seconds
[18:36:48] <richlowe> valera: no, you can read it out of the crash dump leisurely, later.
[18:36:59] <richlowe> ... if we got chance to dump
[18:37:42] <valera> ok, every unix for me starts from dealing with dumps
[18:37:58] <rmustacc> ira: Can you gist your mail message?
[18:38:41] <richlowe> yeah, I'm disturbed if any amount of noise is "normal" (unless it's that damn license-list crap)
[18:38:44] <ira> probably not.  Let me upload it somewhere ;)
[18:40:00] <valera> richlowe: how can you dump without importing zpool ? you simply dont have a device to dump to
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[18:40:40] <valera> so what would be the algorithm, additional harddrive, new pool, setup dump device to that pool and attempt to import broken
[18:41:24] <ira> rmustacc: http://www.samba.org/~ira/mail_msg
[18:41:56] <richlowe> valera: I did say _if_ you had a dump device, otherwise, add -k to the kernel command line, like I also said.
[18:45:05] <rmustacc> ira: I have no idea how you're descending into pkg/
[18:45:59] <ira> doesn't nightly actually do itself?
[18:46:21] <ira> (when you do the permissions verify)
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[18:46:39] <ira> +that
[18:47:18] <richlowe> I'd be surprised if you're not building with -N?
[18:47:40] <ira> NIGHTLY_OPTIONS="-CimNnt";      export NIGHTLY_OPTIONS
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[18:51:48] <ira> It is all in the "Impact on file permissions" section, where is is pretty clear where it is coming from.  Which is why I asked if others were seeing it.
[18:52:05] <richlowe> ira: well, -M then, rather than -N.  I can't see how pmodes would work either.
[18:52:13] <richlowe> but to be fair, I'm not sure it works at all.
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[18:54:32] <ira> The build goes through… it works.  But… When looking at it… I was wondering what was going on, given that I hadn't seen this before.
[18:54:50] <richlowe> ira: No idea why you haven't seen it before, I'm struggling to imagine how it could have ever not spewed like that on smartos.
[18:55:08] <richlowe> all I can come up with, honestly is that build_ok wasn't, previously, so it never tried.
[18:55:17] <richlowe> but that seems fairly unlikely
[18:55:19] <ira> I have several builds from November which didn't spew.
[18:55:44] <richlowe> then you need rmustacc, probably
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[18:55:59] <ira> That's why I asked if others were seeing it :)
[18:56:01] <richlowe> 'cos the first thing 'pmodes' is going to do is all the packaging crap, which doesn't exist on smartos.
[18:56:12] <richlowe> and without M in NIGHTLY_OPTIONS, it should run every time the build succeeds.
[18:56:18] <richlowe> and thus do that every time.
[18:56:37] <ira> Ok… so -M should be added… that's fair :)
[18:56:55] <richlowe> well, I'm not really willing to suggest that until someone who understands the smartos magic appears.
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[18:57:20] <ira> But in fact… I was starting to wonder how this worked in the first place ;)
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[18:58:44] <rmustacc> Let me find an environment that's sane.
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[18:59:16] <rmustacc> I don't really have many of those at the moment, because the majority are being used for fake subset erradication which means a lot of craziness in my mail message because of make.
[18:59:32] <ira> Ah!
[18:59:50] <rmustacc> Others might, but I don't.
[18:59:55] <ira> e^ipi?
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[19:00:49] <wesolows> my environment is sane but I don't have time to work on this right now
[19:01:04] <wesolows> creating new zones takes like 2 seconds though
[19:01:07] <e^ipi> what'd i do ?
[19:01:14] <ira> I'm just looking to confirm the messages or not ;)
[19:01:20] <wesolows> in mail_msg?
[19:01:25] <ira> Yeah.
[19:01:59] <wesolows> I see noise like that yes
[19:02:04] <ira> Thanks!
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[19:02:46] <ira> That's really what I needed, along with richlowe's thoughts, it all pretty much fits together.
[19:03:01] <ira> (And I'm not going to worry about it today...)
[19:03:52] <rmustacc> Probably my fault then, sorry.
[19:04:28] <ira> Not a problem at all!  I only wanted to know "My world matches yours." :)
[19:07:57] <valera> Ok, I am trying to make a dump - connected another disk, created zpool, volume, adjusted configuration with dumpadm ... but after crash, it did not dump ... was not able to read the reason, it happend too fast
[19:08:52] <rmustacc> Then boot with -k and trap into the debugger.
[19:09:25] <valera> ok ... it does not have help command if I remember correctly ...time to find mdb manual ... ehehehehe
[19:10:02] <rmustacc>  http://illumos.org/books/mdb
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[19:21:57] <valera> saved , cool
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[19:44:39] <while1eq1> how do I change the time from UTC to EST in a zone?
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[19:51:11] <opeth__> sm-set-timezone
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[20:10:31] <miwija> Hi, can I convert a SmartDataCenter (6.5.4) compute node into a  SmartOS by just booting the machine with last smartos release on a USB key? Would there be some side effects? (eg: ssh keys lost,...)
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[20:17:01] <AlainODea> I'm getting "timed out waiting for /var/svc/provisioning to move  <UUID>" on joyent_20130321T213641Z when trying to vmadm create with the hadoop image.  Here is the JSON payload https://gist.github.com/AlainODea/5266002
[20:21:02] <AlainODea> It worked on one SmartOS host, but not on the other.  I have different IPs for each.  Using "brand":"joyent-minimal" lets it provision, but I don't get SSH so it won't work for the team that needs it.
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[20:29:12] <while1eq1> Thanks opeth__
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[20:30:39] <jperkin> _jesse: 2013Q1 will be branched on Sunday
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[20:31:32] <_jesse> jperkin, so, on time.
[20:31:45] <jperkin> it's always on time ;)
[20:31:49] <_jesse> jperkin, will that be multiarch?
[20:31:59] <_jesse> or are multiarch images still in the future?
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[20:32:57] <jperkin> I will produce a multiarch image for it, whether or not it becomes the default will depend upon if I get enough time to test it
[20:32:59] <_jesse> hmmm, we need a joyent cloud/smartos version of these numbers: http://www.techempower.com/blog/2013/03/28/framework-benchmarks/
[20:33:01] <matticulous> having a hard time finding this in docs: how do i persistently set the max number of file descriptors in a smartos zone?
[20:33:20] <jperkin> either people are using the multiarch image and not hitting any problems, or nobody is using it, I can't tell ;)
[20:33:45] <_jesse> jperkin, I'm using it to compile java, and I've reported the one or two annoyances so far.=)
[20:34:34] <jperkin> _jesse: I think I fixed those, right? ;)
[20:35:00] <jperkin> utilities should be fine, I'm more interested in services and startup scripts, larger deployment stuff
[20:35:00] <_jesse> I'll use the new "official" image to install my new irc/mail/etc. vms
[20:35:24] <_jesse> re-install
[20:35:48] <_jesse> jperkin, I think you fixed them...maybe cups is still missing?
[20:38:05] <_jesse> oh yeah, what would be proper procedure to get the jdk6 installed in multiarch? will it be in the multiarch image's repo?
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[20:47:25] <AlainODea> I'm getting "timed out waiting for /var/svc/provisioning to move  <UUID>" on joyent_20130321T213641Z when trying to vmadm create with the hadoop image.  Here is the JSON payload https://gist.github.com/AlainODea/5266002
[20:48:48] <jperkin> proper procedure would be to build from pkgsrc as per my various blogs
[20:49:02] <AlainODea> What's a good way to trace where provisioning is and where it might be blocked?
[20:49:31] <_jesse> jperkin, you can't redistribute the jdk6 binaries?
[20:49:42] <jperkin> not the newer ones, no
[20:50:05] <_jesse> are they oracle ones?
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[20:50:11] <_jesse> or openjdk ones
[20:50:23] <jperkin> oracle
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[20:50:38] <jperkin> there is no openjdk6 in pkgsrc
[20:50:43] <jperkin> dinner time, &
[20:51:25] <_jesse> I'm not sure jdk6 should be used for anything anymore
[20:54:29] <_jesse> I see a purpose for it solely in compiling openjdk7
[20:55:19] <_jesse> (also, if someone wants to run the oracle jvms, they can dl the packages themselves)
[20:57:17] <_jesse> actually, as jdk6 is a binary package, it could be replaced with a binary package of openjdk7 (to compile itself)
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[21:48:19] <gkyildirim> Hello! Anyone who has experience with IBM x240 Blade? LSI and Emulex BadeEngine 3 is on illumos HCL, I bet this is enough?
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[22:03:28] <_jesse> works and "works" is a difference... (no, I don't have experience with those)
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[23:27:24] <szaydel> Hey folks does anyone have any one-liners to generate manifest files used by `make world`, or are you all just using find with custom output?
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[23:34:56] <rmustacc> szaydel: I think there's a tool sitting around in smartos-live.
[23:35:32] <szaydel> Oh, certainly did not know. Will look, any chance there is a name off the top of your head?
[23:35:56] <rmustacc> Looks like the command is tools/scanner
[23:35:59] <rmustacc> Don't know much more than that.
[23:36:58] <szaydel> Great, I will figure out from here. Thanks a lot!
[23:39:03] <wesolows> szaydel: I normally generate them by hand
[23:39:17] <wesolows> it's rare that I want to deliver some huge amount of stuff.
[23:39:18] <szaydel> That could be rather tedious.
[23:40:19] <szaydel> Yeah, if less than maybe 10 entries, than just something silly like this would do: for each in "$(find $v -printf "%p %m %u %g\n")"; do printf "${each}\n"; done; cd $OLDPWD;
[23:41:09] <szaydel> I quickly did that, but thought there should be something more sophisticated out there.
[23:41:34] <szaydel> Apparently I was right. Looks like that script was not touched for some time, but appears to be exactly what I need.
[23:43:06] <szaydel> It looks like there is way more plumbing in that script than necessary, but more is better than less. :)
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