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[06:44:52] <nde> Hi all. Anybody have experience with the I350 and it sending pause frames?
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[08:48:52] <sjorge> Are you the same one that has pause frame issues on i40e?
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[11:37:40] <wilbury> any luck with running heartbeat+corosync+pacemaker on smartos?
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[11:51:40] <sjorge> I don't think it runs
[11:51:48] <sjorge> Never seen a package for it
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[11:52:16] <wilbury> http://zfs-create.blogspot.com/2013/
[11:52:24] <wilbury> there at least used to be one on illumos
[11:54:34] <wilbury> nevermind, i'll adapt this for freebsd
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[12:30:17] <sjorge> Interesting
[12:30:59] <sjorge> I was using ucarp for some very simple stuff before but it’s now dead
[12:31:57] <arai> jperkin or anyone who knows: is a github pull request the current preferred method of contributing to joyent/pkgsrc? Any specific standards I should be following for contributions?
[12:37:28] <jperkin> arai: pull requests are probably the easiest to handle, yeh
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[15:03:03] <Smithx10> Anyone know if the platform image root pw is still stored on the usbkey?
[15:03:30] <Smithx10> Was attempting to log in with 20200103T034110Z and couldnt find it
[15:08:40] <Smithx10> I also cant find image 20200103T034110Z online anywhere
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[16:11:38] <bahamat> Smithx10: It is. Is this for Triton?
[16:11:49] <Smithx10> yea
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[16:13:14] <bahamat> And this is a platform installed on your headnode?
[16:13:41] <bahamat> https://gist.github.com/bahamat/b2f5194d151a352eaed7
[16:16:50] <Smithx10> yea
[16:16:57] <Smithx10> a machine is booted from it
[16:17:54] <Smithx10> the HN is on the older platform for now, but I think I remember that in /usbkey/os/platform the root pw was there
[16:18:15] <bahamat> If it's installed on the headnode, that script will give you the password.
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[17:20:18] <Smithx10> bahamat: https://gist.github.com/Smithx10/44fdb0bcc46cfd0995bea8758cb2ca21 so that PW will work for the new platforms that are booted?
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[18:16:08] <bahamat> Smithx10: That's the default password for 20190718T005708Z, if it's not overridden during start up.
[18:16:39] <Smithx10> yes, the CNs are booting the other platform. I'd like to ssh into them with the new platform PW
[18:16:43] <Smithx10> that's what im looking for
[18:18:05] <bahamat> If the platform was ever installed in your datacenter, it should be in /mnt/usbkey/private/root.password.<version>
[18:32:08] <Smithx10> it was installed.
[18:32:54] <Smithx10> I'll poke around see if we are doing something different
[18:33:55] <Smithx10> Found it :) thank you
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[18:35:38] <bahamat> Smithx10: You can also use sdc-oneachnode to edit /etc/shadow with sed to replace the password with whatever you want.
[18:35:52] <Smithx10> that woudl require them to be setup tho correct?
[18:36:01] <bahamat> No
[18:36:13] <Smithx10> OoOOoo
[18:36:15] <Smithx10> Thats cool
[18:36:27] <Smithx10> Guess the cn-agent is on there so we can do that?
[18:37:02] <bahamat> Just like `sdc-oneachnode -n <name> 'sed -i .bak "s/^root:.*/<full line with new hash here>/" /etc/shadow'`
[18:37:16] <bahamat> It's ur.
[18:37:27] <bahamat> ur is what handles sdc-oneachnode commands.
[18:37:45] <bahamat> And it's part of the PI.
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[22:46:57] <Smithx10> calling danmcd to the ER
[22:47:05] <danmcd> Huh wha?
[22:47:33] <Smithx10> jemershaw: has discovered that smartos same node networking is fubar'd
[22:47:34] <Smithx10> hahahahaha
[22:47:43] <Smithx10> with a pretty awesome test case!
[22:48:00] <danmcd> Which PI? Same-node networking had some regressions that got backed out.
[22:48:15] <danmcd> And do share the test case, please.
[22:48:28] <Smithx10> I confirmed his test on SunOS pgbouncer-prod-00 5.11 joyent_20200103T034110Z i86pc i386 i86pc Solaris
[22:48:59] <danmcd> Okay, hit me.
[22:49:24] <jemershaw> with a rock?
[22:49:42] <danmcd> With the test case.
[22:50:24] <jemershaw> :p
[22:52:01] <Smithx10> https://gist.github.com/Smithx10/d2f8595f401d3188a8573d197181831a
[22:52:05] <Smithx10> thats the gist of it
[22:53:13] <jemershaw> bhyve to bhyve works
[22:56:38] <bahamat> Are you saying that smartos trying to connect to bhyve fails somehow?
[22:57:48] <bahamat> Like a joyent brand zone and a bhyve brand zone on the same cn?
[22:58:15] <Smithx10> bahamat: yea.... it goes into some kind of retry loop or something
[22:58:35] <Smithx10> even after you cancel the client the server is getting reqs
[22:58:36] <Smithx10> lol
[22:59:43] <bahamat> Where did that PI come from?
[23:00:01] <danmcd> Put nginx on my centos-on-bhyve. Pushing a 2G file via ssh to populate
[23:02:25] <danmcd> joyent_20200205T124845Z
[23:02:31] <danmcd> I'm trying to reproduce
[23:02:53] <bahamat> Does it need to be a certain size object?
[23:03:20] <bahamat> I'm on 20200130T160054Z, and I can curl from my joyent brand zones to my bhyve brand zones no problem.
[23:03:34] <Smithx10> bahamat: i think the loop is the thing that gets it to go bananas
[23:03:35] <jemershaw> bahamat: yes I tried it with 1G
[23:03:53] <bahamat> So minimum 1g file size, and loop it 5 times?
[23:04:15] <Smithx10> tthe gist i posted reproduces it for me
[23:04:56] <bahamat> Well I'm not going to install whatever weird web server that thing is.
[23:05:04] <Smithx10> k
[23:05:09] <Smithx10> use a different http server
[23:05:30] <bahamat> Like, if I can't reproduce it with nginx, then it's probably not a problem caused by the OS.
[23:05:42] <Smithx10> jemershaw: used ngixn
[23:05:53] <Smithx10> i used a different one just to spice it up a bit
[23:06:01] <jemershaw> I also used minio
[23:06:02] <Smithx10> ya know.... like salt and pepper
[23:06:04] <danmcd> So I modified jeff.sh connecting to nginx on centos-over-bhyve
[23:06:18] <danmcd> smartos-build(~/tcp-things)[0]% ./jeff.sh
[23:06:18] <danmcd> Fri Feb 7 17:05:31 EST 2020
[23:06:18] <danmcd> Fri Feb 7 17:05:51 EST 2020
[23:06:20] <danmcd> smartos-build(~/tcp-things)[0]%
[23:06:29] <jemershaw> anything over 3 concurrent tries it fails
[23:06:29] <danmcd> Seems to work.
[23:06:41] <danmcd> That was 5 BTW.
[23:06:48] <Smithx10> lolol could it be ubuntu!$??!$!?$!
[23:07:00] <jemershaw> hahaha maybe!
[23:07:01] <danmcd> What nic is your ubuntu using?
[23:07:17] <Smithx10> let me try centos
[23:07:22] <danmcd> oooh.
[23:07:29] <danmcd> I may have tickled a corner-case. Pls hold.
[23:07:44] <danmcd> Nope. It even went faster once I stopped tcpdumping.
[23:07:45] <danmcd> :)
[23:07:51] <danmcd> (Had accidentally left tcpdump on.)
[23:08:35] <danmcd> Pardon my linux ignorance. How can you tell what "driver" a linux instance is using? i jsut see "net0".
[23:09:24] <danmcd> And I bumped my jeff.sh up to 10, just in case.
[23:09:37] <danmcd> Nope, it finished too.
[23:10:01] <danmcd> 28 secs to finish (vs 14 with 5).
[23:10:46] <danmcd> Avg. 6Gbit/sec
[23:10:55] <danmcd> Okay, 5.8Gbit... still.
[23:11:04] <danmcd> What you should do is:
[23:11:10] <danmcd> 1.) Run your jeff.sh
[23:11:22] <danmcd> 2.) Same curl-spawning zone, pstack the curl processes.
[23:11:31] <bahamat> danmcd: for bhyve it's almost certainly virtio
[23:11:35] <jemershaw> danmcd: virtio
[23:11:40] <danmcd> 3.) On your choice of Ubuntu or client, snoop.
[23:11:49] <danmcd> jemershaw: can I confirm this on my centos?
[23:12:09] <Smithx10> so.....
[23:12:11] <danmcd> 4.) Send pings from client to ubuntu while curls are hung...
[23:12:13] <jemershaw> lscpi -- I think should show the driver
[23:12:15] <Smithx10> on centos it worked.
[23:12:17] <Smithx10> :P
[23:12:30] <Smithx10> Linux 60007080-bf07-4424-b5b6-9d62833b48c5 3.10.0-1062.1.1.el7.x86_64 #1 SMP Fri Sep 13 22:55:44 UTC 2019 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux
[23:12:44] <Smithx10> Linux 6dfb4cea-dd08-49d8-811e-4de35157555b 4.15.0-54-generic #58-Ubuntu SMP Mon Jun 24 10:55:24 UTC 2019 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux
[23:12:46] <Smithx10> different kernels
[23:13:05] <jemershaw> Smithx10: where's your void bhyve!
[23:13:17] <Smithx10> im so god damn lazy
[23:13:45] <danmcd> Yeah virtio for me, it seems.
[23:14:07] <jemershaw> hmm so new kernel thing maybe?
[23:14:07] <danmcd> [root@centos html]# uname -a
[23:14:07] <danmcd> Linux centos 3.10.0-957.1.3.el7.x86_64 #1 SMP Thu Nov 29 14:49:43 UTC 2018 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux
[23:14:07] <danmcd> [root@centos html]#
[23:14:22] <danmcd> Could be new kernel thing.
[23:14:24] <Smithx10> jemershaw: im not sure
[23:14:32] <Smithx10> in ubuntu it completes a few times
[23:15:23] <danmcd> See my things-to-try above.
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[23:15:57] <Smithx10> I ran it with 1..100 broke, and then ran it again with only 5 and it was hung
[23:16:10] <Smithx10> see if i can do the same on centos
[23:16:11] <danmcd> Define "broke"?
[23:16:20] <Smithx10> sitting there forever
[23:16:25] <danmcd> Also, PLEASE try the things I mentioned above.
[23:16:26] <Smithx10> the backend never gets anything
[23:16:32] <danmcd> Oh....
[23:17:10] <Smithx10> and then requests into the server start popping up like they were queued, and then the client never comes out
[23:17:57] <jemershaw> danmcd: https://gist.github.com/jemershaw/7d999dffaf9e372b26c8b859786236c1
[23:18:07] <bahamat> Curl automatically retries on certain kinds of failures.
[23:18:33] <danmcd> jemershaw: the stack you gave me doesn't say 8080. Or is that because you're using a differnt target?
[23:18:41] <jemershaw> different target
[23:18:47] <danmcd> ok.
[23:19:04] <danmcd> 280sec if my environment scales linearly. Running 100 ones now.
[23:19:06] <Smithx10> https://gist.github.com/Smithx10/2fb3b4b6e4d25a7dacce1ee5e9b3e6d5
[23:19:19] <Smithx10> that was collected while the shell script wasnt running
[23:19:42] <Smithx10> 10.91.192.228 is the client that was running the script
[23:20:05] <danmcd> Interesting.
[23:20:20] <danmcd> Running 100 at once causes poor centos to stop responding to even off-link packets. :/
[23:20:30] <danmcd> But the native zone is fine w.r.t. packet receipt.
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[23:22:16] <Smithx10> danmcd: if i tcp dump that machine its just looping that tcpdump
[23:22:20] <Smithx10> its till goin
[23:24:30] <danmcd> Okay I can reproduce what I think you're seeing but I need to spin it up to like something between 10 and 100.
[23:26:39] <Smithx10> yayyyy!!
[23:26:47] <Smithx10> jemershaw: we don't have haunted smartos'!
[23:27:04] <jemershaw> danmcd: you should be able to use this ubuntu image e75c9d82-3156-11ea-9220-c7a6bb9f41b6
[23:27:36] <danmcd> BTW, I'm out in 15mins.
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[23:28:18] <danmcd> BTW, is there something that makes curl "Just try once, and bail if ECONNTIMEOUT"?
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[23:30:27] <jemershaw> danmcd: I'm not sure -- I see a --retry so should be able to set that to 1
[23:30:35] <danmcd> Okay.
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[23:40:31] <danmcd> So curl won't ever time out? That's fucking useless. I wanna know if it thinks it's ETIMEDOUT.
[23:40:51] <bahamat> there's --max-time
[23:40:57] <danmcd> Oh, okay. My 20 curls finished... but no idea why.
[23:41:15] <bahamat> The return code from curl is very specific.
[23:41:24] <bahamat> And they're all listed in the man page.
[23:41:41] <bahamat> So if you capture and emit that, you'll be able to see how each one finished.
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[23:44:48] <danmcd> I gotta run, but I'm wondering if this is an ARP/broadcast problem.
[23:45:20] <danmcd> Maybe not...
[23:45:37] <danmcd> Okay, well at least I know what I'm working on immediate post-nfs-zones-land (which did today, btw, Smithx10).
[23:45:59] <Smithx10> ohhh fuck yea!
[23:46:08] <Smithx10> ./dances and deos a flip!
[23:47:11] <danmcd> The tcpdump I'm running concurrently shows small bursts of traffic, then nothing, then small bursts. letting it run while I'm out, maybe there's a pattern.
[23:47:21] <danmcd> I need 20 to make it happen, BTW.
[23:47:25] <danmcd> 10 isn't enough.
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