Switch to DuckDuckGo Search
   August 15, 2019  
< | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11 | 12 | 13 | 14 | 15 | 16 | 17 | 18 | 19 | 20 | 21 | 22 | 23 | 24 | 25 | 26 | 27 | 28 | 29 | 30 | 31 | >

Toggle Join/Part | bottom
[00:17:33] *** kkantor <kkantor!~kkantor@c-24-118-59-107.hsd1.mn.comcast.net> has quit IRC (Ping timeout: 245 seconds)
[00:18:23] *** wiedi <wiedi!~wiedi@2a01:138:a015:6:58a8:c6e:d14:6c3b> has joined #illumos
[00:24:08] *** fireglow <fireglow!fireglow@fireglow.su> has quit IRC (Remote host closed the connection)
[00:29:43] *** fireglow <fireglow!fireglow@fireglow.su> has joined #illumos
[00:31:39] *** Kurlon <Kurlon!~Kurlon@cpe-67-253-141-249.rochester.res.rr.com> has joined #illumos
[00:36:09] *** aszeszo <aszeszo!~aszeszo@unaffiliated/aszeszo> has quit IRC (Quit: aszeszo)
[00:37:32] <Kurlon> What distro should I use to make testing bootloader changes the easiest on everyone involved?
[00:41:43] *** Yogurt <Yogurt!~Yogurt@104-7-67-228.lightspeed.sntcca.sbcglobal.net> has quit IRC (Remote host closed the connection)
[00:44:52] *** Yogurt <Yogurt!~Yogurt@104-7-67-228.lightspeed.sntcca.sbcglobal.net> has joined #illumos
[00:47:18] <richlowe> sounds like a question for tsoome
[00:53:00] <LeftWing> Kurlon: What distribution do you generally use?
[00:53:18] <Kurlon> OmniOS, though I've poked at OpenIndiana as well.
[00:53:29] <LeftWing> I'd probably use what's easiest for you
[00:53:35] <LeftWing> (out of those two)
[01:14:48] *** snuff-work1 <snuff-work1!~snuff-wor@202-161-112-134.tpgi.com.au> has joined #illumos
[01:15:53] *** snuff-work <snuff-work!~snuff-wor@202-161-112-134.tpgi.com.au> has quit IRC (Ping timeout: 245 seconds)
[01:28:25] *** snuff-work <snuff-work!~snuff-wor@202-161-112-134.tpgi.com.au> has joined #illumos
[01:31:10] *** snuff-work1 <snuff-work1!~snuff-wor@202-161-112-134.tpgi.com.au> has quit IRC (Ping timeout: 272 seconds)
[01:33:48] *** Mazon_ <Mazon_!~Mazon@37.205.127.168> has quit IRC (Ping timeout: 245 seconds)
[01:35:17] *** Mazon <Mazon!~Mazon@37.205.127.168> has joined #illumos
[01:51:16] *** kkantor <kkantor!~kkantor@c-24-118-59-107.hsd1.mn.comcast.net> has joined #illumos
[01:54:52] <LeftWing> tsoome: Well, the fix for 11517 allows me to boot an OmniOS ISO under SmartOS bhyve
[01:55:30] <LeftWing> But once I complete the install (using either vioblk or ahci) on reboot I hit "Boot Failed. EFI Hard Drive" (ahci) or "Boot Failed. EFI Misc Device" (vioblk)
[01:55:56] <LeftWing> It looks like the firmware font; it's not clear that it's even jumped to loader
[01:58:44] <LeftWing> If I try to use the ISO to "6. Boot from Hard Disk" it stops immediately with "failed to allocate buffer"
[01:59:09] <LeftWing> (and then back to the "ok" prompt)
[02:39:17] *** kkantor <kkantor!~kkantor@c-24-118-59-107.hsd1.mn.comcast.net> has quit IRC (Quit: WeeChat 2.1)
[03:08:46] *** Yogurt <Yogurt!~Yogurt@104-7-67-228.lightspeed.sntcca.sbcglobal.net> has quit IRC (Remote host closed the connection)
[03:15:55] *** Yogurt <Yogurt!~Yogurt@104-7-67-228.lightspeed.sntcca.sbcglobal.net> has joined #illumos
[03:20:01] *** ed209 <ed209!~ed209@165.225.128.67> has quit IRC (Remote host closed the connection)
[03:20:08] *** ed209 <ed209!~ed209@165.225.128.67> has joined #illumos
[03:23:16] *** Yogurt <Yogurt!~Yogurt@104-7-67-228.lightspeed.sntcca.sbcglobal.net> has quit IRC (Ping timeout: 272 seconds)
[04:12:01] <Kurlon> Interesting, brought home a dl380g6, installed Omni r151022 and upgraded it to 151030, just like I was dealing with earlier today. First boot, I have a working framebuffer console. This monitor only does 640x480 so that might be part of it?
[04:18:16] <Kurlon> Yeah, something is different. This one blows right through boot to loader, and loader to kernel ver/init.
[04:22:40] *** nexgen <nexgen!~nexgen@144.172.68.147> has quit IRC (Quit: Leaving)
[04:28:43] <Kurlon> 'high res' monitor makes it slightly slower, but nothing major. Primary difference I'm seeing is I'm not getting the log spam from boot and loader as it loads each 32 byte segment?
[04:30:39] *** Kurlon <Kurlon!~Kurlon@cpe-67-253-141-249.rochester.res.rr.com> has quit IRC (Remote host closed the connection)
[04:31:15] *** Kurlon <Kurlon!~Kurlon@bidd-pub-03.gwi.net> has joined #illumos
[04:39:04] <LeftWing> Kurlon: Perhaps the BIOS or the iLO is configured differently?
[04:40:04] <Kurlon> iLO is disabled on both, thought I got this one's BIOS config to match the other. Something is making the 1st stage boot loader act differently on the other machine, it's spamming log messages that this one doesn't.
[04:40:26] <Kurlon> Even when booting r151022
[05:03:22] *** jelmd <jelmd!~purple@p5DC04203.dip0.t-ipconnect.de> has quit IRC (Ping timeout: 246 seconds)
[05:05:32] <Kurlon> One small difference spotted, old system was built on ye-olde Omni, so rpool is on a slice, not whole disk.
[05:12:17] *** nexgen <nexgen!~nexgen@144.172.68.147> has joined #illumos
[05:37:22] <Kurlon> The problem box started on grub as a bootloader, and then got updated to bsdloader in the r151022 lifecycle. I can't replicate that but I have at least replicated the slice based rpool instead of whole disk to test with next.
[06:06:08] *** nexgen <nexgen!~nexgen@144.172.68.147> has quit IRC (Remote host closed the connection)
[06:06:26] *** nexgen <nexgen!~nexgen@144.172.68.147> has joined #illumos
[06:12:01] <Kurlon> Installed to a slice instead of whole disk, I do see one 'reading sector' line during the first bootloader stage in r151022.
[06:12:16] <Kurlon> But not the spam like I get on the other box.
[06:31:01] <tsoome> richlowe: have not been able to replicate so far.
[06:34:21] <tsoome> LeftWing: that is interesting:/ is it the same firmware you set to me?
[06:34:38] <LeftWing> It is!
[06:34:53] <LeftWing> I might have screwed something up, though, who knows
[06:35:31] <LeftWing> It's not the same failure, anyway -- doesn't seem to get into loader really at all, unlike when the ISO was failing
[06:35:51] <tsoome> Thise messages are definitely coming from firmware - we do not have such strings
[06:36:08] <LeftWing> I'll have to check to see what installboot put in the disk
[06:36:36] <tsoome> installboot -i /dev/rdsk/…
[06:37:02] <tsoome> anyhow, thats for bios version atm
[06:37:56] <tsoome> and not uefi, installboot -i /…/bootx64.efi
[06:40:26] <tsoome> of course from ed2k we can track those strings..
[06:41:43] <Kurlon> I'm failing at reproducing the issue on this test machine. On the problem machine I had issues with the OpenIndiana live usb image's bootloader as well. Works fine on this machine.
[06:43:01] <tsoome> Kurlon: sounds like bios issue, what disk errors you were seeing?
[06:43:50] <Kurlon> I wasn't seeing errors, more like debug reporting every individual read done by the loader chain.
[06:44:23] <Kurlon> Which, if the framebuffer console is slow to update, can drag out the boot process for quite awhile.
[06:44:24] <tsoome> with BIOS, we only rely on INT13 (extended), but in some systems, if there is some error condition, it can be the INT13 system is getting really confused
[06:46:00] <Kurlon> I'll see if I can get a vid of what I'm seeing next week. It's a production box so I can't just poke at it at will sadly. I was really hoping this clone would act up in the same way.
[06:47:26] <Kurlon> And OI live made it to the desktop, with the crap ATI built in video.
[06:49:32] <Kurlon> I suppose the only other thing I can do is make a copy of the test system's rpool and throw that on here for further abuse?
[06:49:52] <tsoome> message like "%s%d: Read %d sector(s) from %lld to %p (0x%x): 0x%x
[06:50:59] <Kurlon> Yup
[06:52:15] <Kurlon> No mention of an error, and I'm going by memory but that format matches what I recall.
[06:52:39] <tsoome> that last 0x%x is error
[06:53:31] <Kurlon> I'll work on recording it next then.
[06:54:09] <tsoome> we only print errors unless it is built with debug knobs
[06:54:56] <tsoome> and yes, it is from INT13, so it depends on bios.
[06:55:47] <Kurlon> Given it impacts usb booting as well it's gotta be BIOS.
[06:57:31] <Kurlon> Things to investigate, for now I need sleep. Thank you again sir.
[06:57:46] <tsoome> LeftWing: I only see:
[06:57:46] <tsoome> Nazgul:uefi-edk2-a36132939e tsoome$ grep -r "Boot failed" *
[06:57:47] <tsoome> IntelFspWrapperPkg/FspNotifyDxe/FspNotifyDxe.c: DEBUG((DEBUG_ERROR, "FSP NotifyPhase ReadyToBoot failed, status: 0x%x\n", Status));
[06:58:27] <LeftWing> grep -i ?
[06:58:57] <tsoome> that only adds: IntelFrameworkPkg/Include/Protocol/LegacyBios.h: - If the Compatibility16Boot() function returns, then the boot failed in a graceful
[07:00:39] <tsoome> The Efi Hard Drive or Efi Misc Drive are variable names from boot device list (in firmware setup screen)
[07:02:56] <tsoome> and our kernel can not get variable names yet (needs efi RT module), so it still is coming from firmware:)
[07:04:09] <rmustacc> 4/win 1
[07:04:13] <rmustacc> Oops. Sorry.
[07:09:36] <tsoome> LeftWing: is the efi shell available with that firmware?
[07:15:22] <tsoome> LeftWing: my command line is: bhyve -A -H -c sockets=1,cores=1,threads=2 -m 2G -l bootrom,uefi-rom.bin -s 0,hostbridge,model=i440fx -s 1,lpc -l com1,stdio -s 2:0,virtio-net,tap0 -s 3,fbuf,w=1920,h=1080 -s 5:0,virtio-blk,/dev/zvol/data/oi -s 6:0,virtio-blk,/dev/zvol/data/oi1,sectorsize=4096 vm
[07:35:59] <LeftWing> tsoome: It does drop into an EFI shell, which I confess that I don't really know how to use
[07:36:08] *** White_Light <White_Light!~White_Lig@cpe-108-167-5-46.neb.res.rr.com> has joined #illumos
[07:36:09] <LeftWing> It rather frustratingly doesn't let you do "help | more"
[07:36:14] <tsoome> ah, that is good (to have shell)
[07:37:42] <LeftWing> I guess my command line is: bhyve -H -U 23be3d7d-957b-c828-a408-877261b3ef70 -B 1,manufacturer=Joyent,product=SmartDC HVM,version=7.20190223T171055Z,serial=23be3d7d-957b-c828-a408-877261b3ef70,sku=001,family=Virtual Machine -s 31,lpc -l bootrom,/usr/share/bhyve/uefi-rom.bin -l com1,/dev/zconsole -l com2,socket,/tmp/vm.ttyb -s 0,hostbridge,model=i440fx -c 2 -m 2048 -s
[07:37:44] <LeftWing> 0:4:0,ahci-hd,/dev/zvol/rdsk/zones/23be3d7d-957b-c828-a408-877261b3ef70/disk0 -s 6:0,virtio-net-viona,net0 -s 3:0,ahci-cd,/output.iso -s 30:0,fbuf,vga=off,unix=/tmp/vm.vnc -s 30:1,xhci,tablet SYSbhyve-56
[07:38:18] <tsoome> you can google for “uefi shell commands” for reference, but anyhow, you get devices denoted as fs0: and blk0: — fs is for filesystem and blk is for block device
[07:39:17] <tsoome> but, you should be able to list the file system (ESP) with ls command and you can try to execute bootx64.efi from there - in any luck, there might be an error message
[07:39:33] <LeftWing> OK
[07:39:46] <tsoome> the GUI does hide those errors usually
[07:39:54] <LeftWing> Let me do a lap and try to do that
[07:40:04] *** phyre__ <phyre__!~phyre___@31.211.191.164> has joined #illumos
[07:47:08] <LeftWing> Not really seeing any fs0: stuff
[07:47:34] <LeftWing> I see the virtio hard drive, seems to have a GPT table in it
[07:47:44] <LeftWing> It's "BLK0" with aliases "BLK1", "BLK2", "BLK3"
[07:48:09] <gitomat> [illumos-gate] 10166 loader: support com.delphix:removing -- Toomas Soome <tsoome at me dot com>
[07:48:51] <tsoome> hm, is it possible, it does not like pcfs on esp?
[07:49:03] <tsoome> is it fat32?
[07:49:20] <tsoome> we do create fat16 as default I think...
[07:51:03] <LeftWing> It is somewhat difficult to tell as it is a zvol
[07:51:50] <tsoome> mm, lofiadm -la?
[07:52:16] <tsoome> anyhow, i need to drive to client site now:)
[07:52:36] *** tsoome <tsoome!~tsoome@148-52-235-80.sta.estpak.ee> has quit IRC (Quit: tsoome)
[07:52:39] <LeftWing> Huh! You can lofiadm a zvol
[07:52:41] <LeftWing> who knew
[07:54:36] <LeftWing> Well there seems to be nothing at all on the ESP!
[08:01:04] <jbk> fstyp ?
[08:01:22] *** glasspelican <glasspelican!~quassel@2607:5300:201:3100::325> has joined #illumos
[08:03:40] <LeftWing> Looking at the OmniOS installer in the kayak repo I cannot for the life of me see how it sets up the ESP
[08:03:48] <LeftWing> It has zpool set it aside
[08:04:43] <LeftWing> And then seems not to create a file system on it
[08:04:46] <LeftWing> Or put a boot loader in it
[08:10:04] *** ptribble <ptribble!~ptribble@cpc92716-cmbg20-2-0-cust138.5-4.cable.virginm.net> has joined #illumos
[08:14:02] *** phyre__ <phyre__!~phyre___@31.211.191.164> has quit IRC (Ping timeout: 244 seconds)
[08:15:31] <LeftWing> OK by populating the ESP it does actually boot!
[08:30:46] *** leoric <leoric!~alp@pyhalov.cc.rsu.ru> has joined #illumos
[08:31:50] <leoric> rmustacc: I've found the reason of libcurses issue. We built gate for some time with LC_ALL=en_US.UTF-8 in illumos.sh
[08:37:16] <LeftWing> Uh oh
[08:42:28] *** jellydonut <jellydonut!~quassel@s91904421.blix.com> has joined #illumos
[08:53:02] *** tsoome <tsoome!~tsoome@122-98-157-37.dyn.estpak.ee> has joined #illumos
[08:54:54] *** aszeszo <aszeszo!~aszeszo@unaffiliated/aszeszo> has joined #illumos
[09:03:10] *** tsoome <tsoome!~tsoome@122-98-157-37.dyn.estpak.ee> has quit IRC (Quit: Colloquy for iPhone - http://colloquy.mobi)
[09:13:25] *** jellydonut <jellydonut!~quassel@s91904421.blix.com> has quit IRC (Quit: jellydonut)
[09:58:07] *** jimklimov <jimklimov!~jimklimov@89-24-32-99.nat.epc.tmcz.cz> has joined #illumos
[10:14:20] *** jcea <jcea!~Thunderbi@2001:41d0:1:8a82:7670:6e00:7670:6e00> has joined #illumos
[10:16:27] *** andy_js <andy_js!~andy@94.12.192.123> has joined #illumos
[10:21:14] *** jimklimov <jimklimov!~jimklimov@89-24-32-99.nat.epc.tmcz.cz> has quit IRC (Quit: Leaving.)
[11:03:02] *** jimklimov <jimklimov!~jimklimov@ip-86-49-243-242.net.upcbroadband.cz> has joined #illumos
[11:06:34] *** jimklimov1 <jimklimov1!~jimklimov@ip-86-49-243-242.net.upcbroadband.cz> has joined #illumos
[11:08:04] *** jimklimov <jimklimov!~jimklimov@ip-86-49-243-242.net.upcbroadband.cz> has quit IRC (Ping timeout: 246 seconds)
[11:12:16] *** merzo <merzo!~merzo@98-50-132-95.pool.ukrtel.net> has quit IRC (Ping timeout: 246 seconds)
[11:42:55] *** ptribble <ptribble!~ptribble@cpc92716-cmbg20-2-0-cust138.5-4.cable.virginm.net> has quit IRC (Quit: Leaving)
[11:55:19] *** jcea <jcea!~Thunderbi@2001:41d0:1:8a82:7670:6e00:7670:6e00> has quit IRC (Remote host closed the connection)
[11:57:25] *** phyre__ <phyre__!~phyre___@31.211.191.164> has joined #illumos
[12:06:30] *** merzo <merzo!~merzo@ll-202.208.223.85.sovam.net.ua> has joined #illumos
[12:08:51] *** phyre__ <phyre__!~phyre___@31.211.191.164> has quit IRC (Ping timeout: 268 seconds)
[12:16:02] *** jcea <jcea!~Thunderbi@2001:41d0:1:8a82:7670:6e00:7670:6e00> has joined #illumos
[12:17:07] *** jelmd <jelmd!~purple@p5DC042AB.dip0.t-ipconnect.de> has joined #illumos
[12:19:27] *** nexgen <nexgen!~nexgen@144.172.68.147> has quit IRC (Ping timeout: 244 seconds)
[12:20:00] *** ed209 <ed209!~ed209@165.225.128.67> has quit IRC (Remote host closed the connection)
[12:20:08] *** ed209 <ed209!~ed209@165.225.128.67> has joined #illumos
[12:31:35] *** Kurlon_ <Kurlon_!~Kurlon@cpe-67-253-141-249.rochester.res.rr.com> has joined #illumos
[12:34:37] *** Kurlon <Kurlon!~Kurlon@bidd-pub-03.gwi.net> has quit IRC (Ping timeout: 245 seconds)
[12:40:27] <andyf> @LeftWing, it does not set up the ESP
[12:41:50] <andyf> It lays out the disk ready for it but so far needs manual intervention to format etc.
[12:43:31] *** wiedi <wiedi!~wiedi@2a01:138:a015:6:58a8:c6e:d14:6c3b> has quit IRC (Ping timeout: 252 seconds)
[12:43:55] <andyf> tsoome has work in progress to get installboot to do the necessary steps - https://github.com/tsoome/illumos-gate/commit/75f6956a93878a
[12:45:15] <andyf> There was no actual benefit for most people in UEFI boot before the framebuffer support landed
[12:45:55] <andyf> so the plan is now to wait for the installboot changes to land and officially support UEFI boot in the next stable release.
[12:50:40] *** nexgen <nexgen!~nexgen@144.172.68.147> has joined #illumos
[12:51:27] *** jollyd <jollyd!~alarcher@lfbn-nic-1-115-172.w2-15.abo.wanadoo.fr> has joined #illumos
[12:53:39] *** phyre__ <phyre__!~phyre___@31.211.191.164> has joined #illumos
[12:54:18] *** yomi <yomi!~void@ip4d16bc9d.dynamic.kabel-deutschland.de> has joined #illumos
[12:54:42] *** yomi is now known as Guest64639
[12:55:28] <andyf> The reason for allocating the partition in new installation was to allow easier transition later
[12:55:40] <andyf> *installations
[12:57:39] *** Guest49331 <Guest49331!~void@ip4d16bc9d.dynamic.kabel-deutschland.de> has quit IRC (Ping timeout: 248 seconds)
[13:04:19] *** jollyd <jollyd!~alarcher@lfbn-nic-1-115-172.w2-15.abo.wanadoo.fr> has quit IRC (Quit: Leaving.)
[13:05:27] *** phyre__ <phyre__!~phyre___@31.211.191.164> has quit IRC (Ping timeout: 245 seconds)
[13:44:56] *** jollyd <jollyd!~alarcher@lfbn-nic-1-115-172.w2-15.abo.wanadoo.fr> has joined #illumos
[14:04:50] *** nexgen <nexgen!~nexgen@144.172.68.147> has quit IRC (Ping timeout: 272 seconds)
[14:24:47] *** BH23 <BH23!~BH23@santoroj.plus.com> has joined #illumos
[14:27:00] *** gh34 <gh34!~textual@cpe-184-58-181-106.wi.res.rr.com> has joined #illumos
[14:40:47] *** sumeshkanyi <sumeshkanyi!a22cfa1e@162.44.250.30> has joined #illumos
[14:45:10] *** jollyd <jollyd!~alarcher@lfbn-nic-1-115-172.w2-15.abo.wanadoo.fr> has quit IRC (Quit: Leaving.)
[14:45:47] *** sumeshkanyi <sumeshkanyi!a22cfa1e@162.44.250.30> has quit IRC (Ping timeout: 260 seconds)
[14:55:37] *** sumeshkanayi <sumeshkanayi!7aac05c6@122.172.5.198> has joined #illumos
[15:03:46] *** jellydonut <jellydonut!~quassel@s91904421.blix.com> has joined #illumos
[15:05:09] *** sumeshkanayi <sumeshkanayi!7aac05c6@122.172.5.198> has quit IRC (Remote host closed the connection)
[15:10:07] *** tsoome <tsoome!~tsoome@148-52-235-80.sta.estpak.ee> has joined #illumos
[15:15:49] <LeftWing> andyf: OK!
[15:15:56] <LeftWing> That explains that, at least
[15:16:35] *** baojg_ <baojg_!~baojg@162.243.44.213> has joined #illumos
[15:18:10] *** baojg <baojg!~baojg@162.243.44.213> has quit IRC (Ping timeout: 268 seconds)
[15:35:16] *** phyre__ <phyre__!~phyre___@31.211.191.164> has joined #illumos
[15:44:43] <andyf> Is there anywhere I can find the expected output of running the gcc testsuite against gcc-7.3.0-il3 ?
[15:45:00] <andyf> I've just got the testsuite running under OmniOS and want to check if we're anywhere close
[15:48:46] *** baojg_ <baojg_!~baojg@162.243.44.213> has quit IRC (Ping timeout: 246 seconds)
[15:49:27] *** amrfrsh <amrfrsh!~Thunderbi@190.2.145.106> has quit IRC (Quit: amrfrsh)
[15:51:29] *** baojg <baojg!~baojg@162.243.44.213> has joined #illumos
[15:53:02] <jlevon> andyf: I suspect rm will have his last run stashed somewhere
[15:55:53] *** phyre__ <phyre__!~phyre___@31.211.191.164> has quit IRC (Ping timeout: 245 seconds)
[15:58:31] <andyf> For gcc without -msave-args, I'm getting 149 unexpected failures and one unexpected success
[15:58:54] <andyf> different numbers to OI's test run in their oi-userland repo, but they have a lot of tests marked as UNRESOLVED where I have them failing
[15:59:13] *** baojg <baojg!~baojg@162.243.44.213> has quit IRC (Ping timeout: 245 seconds)
[16:00:09] <andyf> I'll leave this here for whoever comes along with the Knowledge.
[16:00:10] <andyf> https://raw.githubusercontent.com/omniosorg/omnios-build/7ce11ac9/build/gcc7/testsuite.log
[16:00:41] *** baojg <baojg!~baojg@162.243.44.213> has joined #illumos
[16:01:09] *** Kurlon_ <Kurlon_!~Kurlon@cpe-67-253-141-249.rochester.res.rr.com> has quit IRC (Remote host closed the connection)
[16:01:25] <andyf> (and append ".detail" for the full bifta)
[16:03:06] <jlevon> I... was not familiar with that meaning of that word
[16:03:37] <andyf> I'll go with "(Britain, slang, with "full") Everything that is available or possible; the works. "
[16:14:40] *** baojg <baojg!~baojg@162.243.44.213> has quit IRC (Ping timeout: 272 seconds)
[16:24:23] <tsoome> what did happen with 9428 ZFS pool import should ignore unparseable devids?
[16:26:03] <tsoome> I find it quite disturbing we accept trash in input (and die) :)
[16:26:43] <andyf> I should have tried harder...
[16:26:54] <andyf> I think that LeftWing's newer stuff was looking at this area too though
[16:27:37] <LeftWing> I have a couple of things queued up waiting for proper testing
[16:27:55] <LeftWing> But I don't know if they help with the case where a devid is _rubbish_ per se
[16:29:05] <tsoome> LeftWing: did you got any more in
[16:29:10] <tsoome> err..
[16:29:18] <tsoome> about your breaking boot:)
[16:29:28] <LeftWing> tsoome: Yes! The ESP was completely empty hahaha
[16:29:41] <LeftWing> That part of the OmniOS installer is not quite finished, as it turns out
[16:29:47] <LeftWing> Sorry for the false alarm
[16:30:02] <andyf> Yeah.. r151030 shipped after framebuffer, but before installboot can handle the ESP
[16:30:02] <LeftWing> I used "dd" to stick the efiboot.img from the ISO into the partition and it boots fine now
[16:30:03] <tsoome> I am half way with updating installboot to do that
[16:30:39] <andyf> LeftWing, Oh, that's a cool way to do it
[16:31:05] <LeftWing> It ends up being a 4MB file system or whatever, but at least it works for now
[16:33:19] <tsoome> yes, efiboot.img is leftover from iso creation process
[16:33:44] <andyf> hmm.. the openzfs PR for 9428 is stuck, I should just do it again in RB or something
[16:33:55] <tsoome> ok, so, my patch does work ok
[16:34:19] <andyf> but I do want to get hyperv finished first, and I'm finding the last few items challenging
[16:34:20] <leoric> andyf: ping jollyd, he was working on our gcc-7 tests
[16:41:44] *** snuff-work <snuff-work!~snuff-wor@202-161-112-134.tpgi.com.au> has quit IRC (Read error: Connection reset by peer)
[16:43:00] *** snuff-work <snuff-work!~snuff-wor@202-161-112-134.tpgi.com.au> has joined #illumos
[16:47:13] *** jcea <jcea!~Thunderbi@2001:41d0:1:8a82:7670:6e00:7670:6e00> has quit IRC (Ping timeout: 250 seconds)
[16:50:09] *** Kurlon <Kurlon!~Kurlon@bidd-pub-04.gwi.net> has joined #illumos
[16:54:08] *** amrfrsh <amrfrsh!~Thunderbi@190.2.145.106> has joined #illumos
[16:55:06] *** Kurlon_ <Kurlon_!~Kurlon@bidd-pub-03.gwi.net> has joined #illumos
[16:59:00] *** Kurlon <Kurlon!~Kurlon@bidd-pub-04.gwi.net> has quit IRC (Ping timeout: 272 seconds)
[17:06:42] <jlevon> "Unable to find multiboot header"
[17:06:43] <jlevon> oh dear
[17:07:04] <LeftWing> whoops-a-daisy
[17:07:16] <jlevon> tsoome: take it you haven't seen this
[17:15:14] <jlevon> weird
[17:15:18] *** baojg <baojg!~baojg@162.243.44.213> has joined #illumos
[17:20:42] <tsoome> hm?
[17:20:55] <tsoome> by installboot?
[17:21:06] <jlevon> no, btxld!
[17:21:15] <jlevon> Unable to find multiboot header
[17:21:20] <jlevon> /home/gk/src/gcc/projects/illumos/usr/src/tools/proto/root_i386-nd/opt/onbld/bin/i386/btxld -V 1.1-2019.08.15.1 -o loader64.efi loader.bin
[17:21:22] <jlevon> is failing
[17:22:19] <jlevon> f905ddb5-9113-c52a-d3ce-d0db83321d72:amd64 $ nm loader.sym | grep mb_he
[17:22:20] <jlevon> [1502] | 73728| 0|NOTY |GLOB |0 |3 |mb_header
[17:26:41] <jlevon> tsoome: that's past the 64K scan right?
[17:27:16] <tsoome> I am trying to check
[17:27:32] <jlevon> Section Header[2]: sh_name: .eh_frame
[17:27:32] <jlevon> sh_addr: 0x2000 sh_flags: [ SHF_ALLOC ]
[17:27:32] <jlevon> sh_size: 0xfa60 sh_type: [ SHT_PROGBITS ]
[17:27:52] <tsoome> but in general, either it is too far (on border or past), or it is not 4 byte aligned
[17:27:53] <jlevon> I think that's pushing .text physically past the search limit
[17:28:08] <jlevon> it's at 0x12000 so
[17:29:11] <jlevon> so basically on a good build the eh_frame is a couple of K less, so all is good.
[17:29:51] <tsoome> right, we depend on eh_frame..
[17:30:06] <jlevon> I don't actually know what might have caused this to creep up
[17:30:44] <jlevon> maybe .removing prop support was enough to tip the balance.
[17:31:22] <tsoome> am, I have had that for long time without issue...
[17:32:56] <jlevon> so, uh, how bad is -fno-asynchronous-unwind-tables going to hurt
[17:36:15] <jlevon> or, is there even some requirement for .eh_frame to be before .text?
[17:38:00] <tsoome> I was thinking it too
[17:38:45] *** merzo <merzo!~merzo@ll-202.208.223.85.sovam.net.ua> has quit IRC (Ping timeout: 244 seconds)
[17:41:34] <tsoome> apparently it should be ok to move it after text
[17:41:45] <tsoome> at least this test binary is just fine
[17:41:58] <jlevon> I'm running through a build and will test on my machine.
[17:44:08] <gitomat> [illumos-gate] 11541 allocation_classes feature must be enabled to add log device -- Jerry Jelinek <jerry.jelinek at joyent dot com>
[17:45:06] <gitomat> [illumos-gate] 10540 wsdiff much slower under python3 than python2 -- Alexander Pyhalov <apyhalov at gmail dot com>
[17:49:37] *** Yogurt <Yogurt!~Yogurt@104-7-67-228.lightspeed.sntcca.sbcglobal.net> has joined #illumos
[17:56:28] <danmcd> Anyone not@joyent care to look at http://kebe.com/~danmcd/webrevs/11556/ ?
[18:02:42] <andyf> What happened to the assertion in conn_get_ixa_exclusive() ?
[18:04:05] *** baojg <baojg!~baojg@162.243.44.213> has quit IRC (Remote host closed the connection)
[18:04:21] <andyf> LGTM anyway, I just wondered about that change
[18:04:35] *** baojg <baojg!~baojg@162.243.44.213> has joined #illumos
[18:04:51] *** baojg <baojg!~baojg@162.243.44.213> has quit IRC (Remote host closed the connection)
[18:05:10] *** baojg <baojg!~baojg@162.243.44.213> has joined #illumos
[18:05:37] *** baojg <baojg!~baojg@162.243.44.213> has quit IRC (Remote host closed the connection)
[18:05:59] *** baojg <baojg!~baojg@162.243.44.213> has joined #illumos
[18:06:24] *** baojg <baojg!~baojg@162.243.44.213> has quit IRC (Remote host closed the connection)
[18:06:40] *** baojg <baojg!~baojg@162.243.44.213> has joined #illumos
[18:07:10] *** baojg <baojg!~baojg@162.243.44.213> has quit IRC (Remote host closed the connection)
[18:07:30] *** baojg <baojg!~baojg@162.243.44.213> has joined #illumos
[18:07:56] *** baojg <baojg!~baojg@162.243.44.213> has quit IRC (Remote host closed the connection)
[18:08:08] <danmcd> Pardon delays andyf, meeting going on here.
[18:08:15] *** baojg <baojg!~baojg@162.243.44.213> has joined #illumos
[18:08:34] <danmcd> Ahh, removed assert because IXA_REFHOLD has said assertion inside it.
[18:08:42] *** baojg <baojg!~baojg@162.243.44.213> has quit IRC (Remote host closed the connection)
[18:09:01] *** baojg <baojg!~baojg@162.243.44.213> has joined #illumos
[18:09:05] <jlevon> tsoome: well, I dumped the new loader64.efi into the ESP and booted my test machine with it. shall we call that good?
[18:09:10] <andyf> Ah yes, thanks.
[18:09:19] <danmcd> If you +1 it, please mail it on the list too?
[18:09:29] *** baojg <baojg!~baojg@162.243.44.213> has quit IRC (Remote host closed the connection)
[18:09:50] *** baojg <baojg!~baojg@162.243.44.213> has joined #illumos
[18:10:17] *** baojg <baojg!~baojg@162.243.44.213> has quit IRC (Remote host closed the connection)
[18:10:19] <andyf> Done
[18:10:36] *** baojg <baojg!~baojg@162.243.44.213> has joined #illumos
[18:10:38] <tsoome> jlevon: I did test with chain and got the same result. I’m sure there is also explanation from converting elf to pei, but test is test:D
[18:11:03] *** baojg <baojg!~baojg@162.243.44.213> has quit IRC (Remote host closed the connection)
[18:11:04] <jlevon> explanation? you mean we could fix this via the objcopy instead somehow?
[18:11:18] <jlevon> let me throw up a webrev etc.
[18:11:20] *** baojg <baojg!~baojg@162.243.44.213> has joined #illumos
[18:11:49] *** baojg <baojg!~baojg@162.243.44.213> has quit IRC (Remote host closed the connection)
[18:12:05] *** baojg <baojg!~baojg@162.243.44.213> has joined #illumos
[18:12:36] *** baojg <baojg!~baojg@162.243.44.213> has quit IRC (Remote host closed the connection)
[18:12:55] *** baojg <baojg!~baojg@162.243.44.213> has joined #illumos
[18:13:24] *** baojg <baojg!~baojg@162.243.44.213> has quit IRC (Remote host closed the connection)
[18:13:40] *** baojg <baojg!~baojg@162.243.44.213> has joined #illumos
[18:14:10] *** baojg <baojg!~baojg@162.243.44.213> has quit IRC (Remote host closed the connection)
[18:14:14] <tsoome> I think the ld script is the way - we should get locations right at the “source”.
[18:14:28] *** baojg <baojg!~baojg@162.243.44.213> has joined #illumos
[18:14:56] *** baojg <baojg!~baojg@162.243.44.213> has quit IRC (Remote host closed the connection)
[18:15:18] *** baojg <baojg!~baojg@162.243.44.213> has joined #illumos
[18:15:46] *** baojg <baojg!~baojg@162.243.44.213> has quit IRC (Remote host closed the connection)
[18:16:05] *** baojg <baojg!~baojg@162.243.44.213> has joined #illumos
[18:16:22] <jlevon> ok
[18:16:33] *** baojg <baojg!~baojg@162.243.44.213> has quit IRC (Remote host closed the connection)
[18:16:51] *** baojg <baojg!~baojg@162.243.44.213> has joined #illumos
[18:17:19] *** baojg <baojg!~baojg@162.243.44.213> has quit IRC (Remote host closed the connection)
[18:17:36] *** baojg <baojg!~baojg@162.243.44.213> has joined #illumos
[18:18:05] *** baojg <baojg!~baojg@162.243.44.213> has quit IRC (Remote host closed the connection)
[18:18:26] *** baojg <baojg!~baojg@162.243.44.213> has joined #illumos
[18:18:51] *** baojg <baojg!~baojg@162.243.44.213> has quit IRC (Remote host closed the connection)
[18:19:11] *** baojg <baojg!~baojg@162.243.44.213> has joined #illumos
[18:19:39] *** baojg <baojg!~baojg@162.243.44.213> has quit IRC (Remote host closed the connection)
[18:19:55] *** baojg <baojg!~baojg@162.243.44.213> has joined #illumos
[18:20:25] *** baojg <baojg!~baojg@162.243.44.213> has quit IRC (Remote host closed the connection)
[18:20:46] *** baojg <baojg!~baojg@162.243.44.213> has joined #illumos
[18:21:11] *** baojg <baojg!~baojg@162.243.44.213> has quit IRC (Remote host closed the connection)
[18:21:31] *** baojg <baojg!~baojg@162.243.44.213> has joined #illumos
[18:21:57] *** baojg <baojg!~baojg@162.243.44.213> has quit IRC (Remote host closed the connection)
[18:22:16] *** baojg <baojg!~baojg@162.243.44.213> has joined #illumos
[18:22:43] *** baojg <baojg!~baojg@162.243.44.213> has quit IRC (Remote host closed the connection)
[18:23:00] *** baojg <baojg!~baojg@162.243.44.213> has joined #illumos
[18:23:25] *** wilbury <wilbury!otis@m68k.sinclairql.eu> has quit IRC (Ping timeout: 252 seconds)
[18:23:31] *** baojg <baojg!~baojg@162.243.44.213> has quit IRC (Remote host closed the connection)
[18:23:51] *** baojg <baojg!~baojg@162.243.44.213> has joined #illumos
[18:24:17] *** baojg <baojg!~baojg@162.243.44.213> has quit IRC (Remote host closed the connection)
[18:24:35] *** baojg <baojg!~baojg@162.243.44.213> has joined #illumos
[18:25:03] *** baojg <baojg!~baojg@162.243.44.213> has quit IRC (Remote host closed the connection)
[18:25:19] *** wilbury <wilbury!otis@m68k.sinclairql.eu> has joined #illumos
[18:25:22] *** baojg <baojg!~baojg@162.243.44.213> has joined #illumos
[18:25:50] *** baojg <baojg!~baojg@162.243.44.213> has quit IRC (Remote host closed the connection)
[18:26:10] *** baojg <baojg!~baojg@162.243.44.213> has joined #illumos
[18:26:36] *** baojg <baojg!~baojg@162.243.44.213> has quit IRC (Remote host closed the connection)
[18:26:55] *** baojg <baojg!~baojg@162.243.44.213> has joined #illumos
[18:27:22] *** baojg <baojg!~baojg@162.243.44.213> has quit IRC (Remote host closed the connection)
[18:27:41] *** baojg <baojg!~baojg@162.243.44.213> has joined #illumos
[18:28:09] *** baojg <baojg!~baojg@162.243.44.213> has quit IRC (Remote host closed the connection)
[18:28:18] <Kurlon_> That moment when you realize you can just copy a boot env from one box to another instead of trying to replicate the exact config...
[18:28:26] *** baojg <baojg!~baojg@162.243.44.213> has joined #illumos
[18:28:55] *** baojg <baojg!~baojg@162.243.44.213> has quit IRC (Remote host closed the connection)
[18:29:12] <tsoome> :)
[18:29:16] *** baojg <baojg!~baojg@162.243.44.213> has joined #illumos
[18:29:41] *** baojg <baojg!~baojg@162.243.44.213> has quit IRC (Remote host closed the connection)
[18:29:57] *** baojg <baojg!~baojg@162.243.44.213> has joined #illumos
[18:30:27] *** baojg <baojg!~baojg@162.243.44.213> has quit IRC (Remote host closed the connection)
[18:30:45] *** baojg <baojg!~baojg@162.243.44.213> has joined #illumos
[18:31:15] *** baojg <baojg!~baojg@162.243.44.213> has quit IRC (Remote host closed the connection)
[18:31:32] *** baojg <baojg!~baojg@162.243.44.213> has joined #illumos
[18:32:01] *** baojg <baojg!~baojg@162.243.44.213> has quit IRC (Remote host closed the connection)
[18:32:21] *** baojg <baojg!~baojg@162.243.44.213> has joined #illumos
[18:32:47] *** baojg <baojg!~baojg@162.243.44.213> has quit IRC (Remote host closed the connection)
[18:33:06] *** baojg <baojg!~baojg@162.243.44.213> has joined #illumos
[18:33:33] *** baojg <baojg!~baojg@162.243.44.213> has quit IRC (Remote host closed the connection)
[18:33:51] *** baojg <baojg!~baojg@162.243.44.213> has joined #illumos
[18:34:19] *** baojg <baojg!~baojg@162.243.44.213> has quit IRC (Remote host closed the connection)
[18:34:36] *** baojg <baojg!~baojg@162.243.44.213> has joined #illumos
[18:35:05] *** baojg <baojg!~baojg@162.243.44.213> has quit IRC (Remote host closed the connection)
[18:38:18] <Kurlon_> So far the new box refuses to give the same error output during boot. After lunch I'll record the problem box booting.
[18:57:07] *** Kurlon_ <Kurlon_!~Kurlon@bidd-pub-03.gwi.net> has quit IRC (Ping timeout: 248 seconds)
[19:20:17] *** Kurlon <Kurlon!~Kurlon@bidd-pub-03.gwi.net> has joined #illumos
[19:20:28] *** idodeclare <idodeclare!~textual@cpe-76-185-177-63.satx.res.rr.com> has quit IRC (Quit: My MacBook has gone to sleep. ZZZzzz…)
[19:29:13] *** kkantor <kkantor!~kkantor@c-24-118-59-107.hsd1.mn.comcast.net> has joined #illumos
[19:40:54] <Kurlon> https://youtu.be/7YLehdanUEo?t=69 That shows the read error spam, all status code 0x4
[19:41:27] <Kurlon> I've not been able to make it's twin do this.
[19:41:59] *** neirac <neirac!~cneir@190.162.109.53> has joined #illumos
[19:44:20] *** ptribble <ptribble!~ptribble@cpc92716-cmbg20-2-0-cust138.5-4.cable.virginm.net> has joined #illumos
[19:45:02] *** merzo <merzo!~merzo@134-60-133-95.pool.ukrtel.net> has joined #illumos
[19:49:44] *** neirac <neirac!~cneir@190.162.109.53> has quit IRC (Read error: Connection reset by peer)
[19:51:10] <tsoome> ok, those error messages are quite talkative.
[19:53:57] <Kurlon> This was a grub system originally, as noted yesterday it was installed via the old kayak setup so it's using a slice instead of the whole disk, etc.
[19:54:58] <tsoome> It was attempting to read 32 sectors from sector 36028796239081512 and others like that, and it got error 0x4.
[19:55:17] <tsoome> 0x4 means Request sector not found
[19:55:23] <tsoome> http://www.bioscentral.com/misc/biosint13.htm
[19:55:31] <tsoome> which is fair enough
[19:55:50] <tsoome> now the sector where from we are reading… how large is that disk?
[19:55:56] <Kurlon> 1.7tb
[19:56:03] <Kurlon> approx
[19:56:23] <tsoome> this sector is 36028796239081512 (0x007fffffd183f028)
[19:56:33] <Kurlon> My clone system only has a 276gb disk in comparison.
[19:57:00] <tsoome> and if we look on the hex value, it is a bit weird one.
[19:58:58] <Kurlon> Interesting that it starts at ..81512, jumps to ..82024 and then back down to ..81736 at which point it then goes sequentially, two at a time to ..82502?
[19:59:57] <Kurlon> The sequence repeats for the next stage.
[20:00:20] <tsoome> well, thats just some pattern, but if you look of the value itself, if you would take high bytes, and add ff there, you would have 0x7fffffff
[20:00:52] <tsoome> and thats 1 less from -2147483648 (0x80000000)
[20:01:37] <tsoome> therefore, it seems that system has some sort of issue with large disk addressing.
[20:02:16] <Kurlon> Ok, if that's the case I should be able to replicate by putting a similarly large volume on the test box.
[20:02:18] <tsoome> what is partitioning on that disk?
[20:02:36] <tsoome> whole disk setup?
[20:02:53] <Kurlon> Solaris, slice 0 for rpool
[20:04:03] <tsoome> does it have second disk too? could you create whole disk rpool?
[20:04:08] <Kurlon> https://paste.ubuntu.com/p/h95KkFTmX2/
[20:04:49] <Kurlon> It's a RAID volume (I know, I know, couldn't coax the P410i to just present disks, old system before I knew better.)
[20:05:06] <tsoome> oh, raid…
[20:05:10] <tsoome> well, see this:
[20:05:11] <tsoome> ok .s
[20:05:12] <tsoome> [data stack has 2 entries, top at 0x0000000000576e00]
[20:05:13] <tsoome> [0x0000000000576e00 0]: 3514957740 (0x00000000d181ffac)
[20:05:13] <tsoome> [0x0000000000576df8 1]: 36028796239081512 (0x007fffffd183f028)
[20:05:22] <tsoome> darn, its shifted
[20:05:48] <tsoome> but if you shift upper line to the right, you can see what I mean…
[20:06:06] <tsoome> 0x007fffff should be 0
[20:07:01] *** phyre__ <phyre__!~phyre___@31.211.191.164> has joined #illumos
[20:07:26] <tsoome> I wonder if you would get no errors with whole disk rpool (that is, GPT partitioning)
[20:07:59] <tsoome> and then, can you nuke that raid and use jbod instead? and would that change things...
[20:09:22] <tsoome> zfs + raid can be used ofc, but you will lose the self-healing. (and gain buggy BIOS INT13 as it appears).
[20:13:02] <Kurlon> I really wish HP would provide JBOD support, I think I have room to add a JBOD SAS controller to drive the inboard drive rack, or I'll just disable it all and run off the external SAS shelf in the future.
[20:14:02] <tsoome> For giggles, you can also try with like 100GB rpool - if it is raid, just create separate lun for it
[20:17:04] <tsoome> at least it does not get hung by reading beyond the disk end.
[20:35:09] <tsoome> hrm, and we can work around this case by setting disk size based on VTOC information, just like for GPT.
[20:36:47] *** kkantor <kkantor!~kkantor@c-24-118-59-107.hsd1.mn.comcast.net> has quit IRC (Ping timeout: 258 seconds)
[20:37:43] <gitomat> [illumos-gate] 11556 ip_attr.c functions need to not dereference conn_ixa directly after lock drop -- Dan McDonald <danmcd at joyent dot com>
[20:38:18] <danmcd> ZFS + HW-RAID is like running IP inside a TCP connection.
[20:41:56] <Kurlon> Oh, I know, but I was limited in available hardware.
[20:44:36] <tsoome> well… tats what many VPN solutions do:D
[20:44:40] <tsoome> thats*
[20:46:02] *** kkantor <kkantor!~kkantor@c-24-118-59-107.hsd1.mn.comcast.net> has joined #illumos
[20:47:04] <Kurlon> Hardly my worst IT crime today...
[20:47:20] <tsoome> :)
[20:48:04] <tsoome> my guess is that switching to whole disk setup will fix it btw.
[20:48:31] <tsoome> because with GPT, we do “fix” disk size based on the value recorded in GPT header.
[20:49:01] <Kurlon> I don't know if this box will boot gpt?
[20:49:08] <Kurlon> But I'm about to find out.
[20:49:42] <tsoome> *normally* it should not matter due to pmbr.
[20:50:17] <Kurlon> I've got some HP laptops that freak out and actually lock during post if they see gpt.
[20:50:50] <Kurlon> Even if it's not set to boot off that particular media.
[20:51:28] *** c4rc4s <c4rc4s!~c4rc4s@unaffiliated/c4rc4s> has quit IRC (Quit: Adios)
[20:51:31] <tsoome> that is bad of course. well, we shall see. if GPT does not work out, I’ll create patch to use the same methof with MBR+VTOC.
[20:51:35] <tsoome> method*
[20:52:49] *** c4rc4s <c4rc4s!~c4rc4s@unaffiliated/c4rc4s> has joined #illumos
[20:57:49] *** Teknix <Teknix!~pds@69.41.134.110> has quit IRC (Read error: Connection reset by peer)
[20:58:15] *** atrius <atrius!~atrius@2600:1700:22d1:518:edfa:a246:19e4:753a> has quit IRC (Ping timeout: 264 seconds)
[20:58:35] *** Teknix <Teknix!~pds@69.41.134.110> has joined #illumos
[21:02:26] <Kurlon> GPT / whole disk test boot, only two read errors on 1st stage, very low sector numbers.
[21:03:09] *** atrius <atrius!~atrius@99-160-139-232.lightspeed.nsvltn.sbcglobal.net> has joined #illumos
[21:09:01] <Kurlon> Going to recreate the slice setup now to see what that does.
[21:18:13] *** jellydonut <jellydonut!~quassel@s91904421.blix.com> has quit IRC (Quit: jellydonut)
[21:19:12] *** kkantor <kkantor!~kkantor@c-24-118-59-107.hsd1.mn.comcast.net> has quit IRC (Ping timeout: 245 seconds)
[21:20:46] *** phyre__ <phyre__!~phyre___@31.211.191.164> has quit IRC (Ping timeout: 268 seconds)
[21:30:13] *** dopplergange <dopplergange!~dop@38.131.126.55> has quit IRC (Ping timeout: 244 seconds)
[21:40:51] <Kurlon> Someone wrote a linux util to force a HP P410i into HBA mode, I'll have to test that.
[21:42:47] <Kurlon> Ok, I can replicate the boot read errors, slice vs whole disk triggers them.
[21:43:05] <Kurlon> (With a suitably large disk)
[21:47:48] <rmustacc> FWIW, the cpqary3 driver today doesn't support HBA mode.
[21:48:06] <rmustacc> The smrt driver does, but it hasn't made it into illumos yet because we need to fix some boot issues so we don't break users.
[21:48:29] <Kurlon> Appears the linux one also purposely disables support as well as HP didn't want vendors promoting that option.
[21:49:10] <Kurlon> Also not certain the 410i will do an int13 boot hook in HBA mode either.
[21:50:06] <rmustacc> We never did try to boot from it there. I would be surprised if that gen did.
[21:50:18] <rmustacc> I feel like it wasn't until the 420 gen that they were more up front with HBA mode.
[21:52:06] <Kurlon> Ultimately I've got paths to move forward now, at a min going to whole disk will help, to do things right I'll disable the 410i, drop a SAS HBA in and drop down to a three way SSD mirror or similar.
[21:53:14] *** Yogurt <Yogurt!~Yogurt@104-7-67-228.lightspeed.sntcca.sbcglobal.net> has quit IRC (Remote host closed the connection)
[21:53:52] *** Yogurt <Yogurt!~Yogurt@104-7-67-228.lightspeed.sntcca.sbcglobal.net> has joined #illumos
[21:55:59] <Kurlon> Now that I can reproduce, am I enough of an odd corner case to not develop a fix for, or would you like to use me as a test mule?
[22:02:52] <tsoome> um, well, I have 2 options there - we definitely can add code to adjust disk size based on MBR+VTOC information, but we also have alternate option for zfs.
[22:05:28] *** Teknix <Teknix!~pds@69.41.134.110> has quit IRC (Read error: Connection reset by peer)
[22:07:17] *** Teknix <Teknix!~pds@69.41.134.110> has joined #illumos
[22:20:00] *** ed209 <ed209!~ed209@165.225.128.67> has quit IRC (Remote host closed the connection)
[22:20:08] *** ed209 <ed209!~ed209@165.225.128.67> has joined #illumos
[22:21:14] <gitomat> [illumos-gate] 11555 gptzfsboot: boot prompt is not refreshed on device change -- Toomas Soome <tsoome at me dot com>
[22:25:09] <wilbury> tsoome: is there any boot0cfg alternative in illumos?
[22:25:22] <tsoome> wilbury: not at this time.
[22:25:43] <tsoome> you want to set different console?
[22:27:00] <wilbury> tsoome: yes. and probably also default partition etc
[22:27:30] <tsoome> default partition is set by installboot
[22:35:22] <tsoome> but the console change is something to think about:)
[22:35:50] <rmustacc> win 1
[22:35:51] <rmustacc> Oops
[22:35:55] <tsoome> :)
[22:36:09] <gitomat> [illumos-gate] 11561 loader script needs to place .eh_frame after .text -- John Levon <john.levon at joyent dot com>
[22:41:39] *** dopplerg- <dopplerg-!~dop@98.142.220.42> has joined #illumos
[22:43:20] *** Teknix <Teknix!~pds@69.41.134.110> has quit IRC (Read error: No route to host)
[22:45:00] *** Teknix <Teknix!~pds@69.41.134.110> has joined #illumos
[22:56:47] *** Yogurt <Yogurt!~Yogurt@104-7-67-228.lightspeed.sntcca.sbcglobal.net> has quit IRC (Remote host closed the connection)
[22:57:43] *** wiedi <wiedi!~wiedi@2a01:138:a015:6:7d79:7751:77f7:9e38> has joined #illumos
[23:01:19] *** phyre__ <phyre__!~phyre___@31.211.191.164> has joined #illumos
[23:04:25] *** Yogurt <Yogurt!~Yogurt@104-7-67-228.lightspeed.sntcca.sbcglobal.net> has joined #illumos
[23:08:52] *** jubal_ <jubal_!~jubal@226-5-237-24.gci.net> has quit IRC (Ping timeout: 272 seconds)
[23:14:43] *** clapont <clapont!~clapont@unaffiliated/clapont> has quit IRC (Ping timeout: 248 seconds)
[23:21:02] *** gh34 <gh34!~textual@cpe-184-58-181-106.wi.res.rr.com> has quit IRC (Quit: Textual IRC Client: www.textualapp.com)
[23:24:15] *** jellydonut <jellydonut!~quassel@s91904421.blix.com> has joined #illumos
[23:30:27] *** MilkmanDan <MilkmanDan!~dan@wilug/expat/MilkmanDan> has quit IRC (Ping timeout: 245 seconds)
[23:43:25] *** clapont <clapont!~clapont@unaffiliated/clapont> has joined #illumos
[23:44:59] *** ZOP_ <ZOP_!~ZOP@phobos.wgops.com> has joined #illumos
[23:46:31] *** ZOP <ZOP!~ZOP@phobos.wgops.com> has quit IRC (Ping timeout: 246 seconds)
[23:47:59] *** Kurlon_ <Kurlon_!~Kurlon@bidd-pub-04.gwi.net> has joined #illumos
[23:49:43] *** alanc <alanc!~alanc@129.157.69.43> has quit IRC (Remote host closed the connection)
[23:50:11] *** alanc <alanc!~alanc@129.157.69.43> has joined #illumos
[23:51:16] *** Kurlon <Kurlon!~Kurlon@bidd-pub-03.gwi.net> has quit IRC (Ping timeout: 244 seconds)
[23:52:08] *** Kurlon_ <Kurlon_!~Kurlon@bidd-pub-04.gwi.net> has quit IRC (Ping timeout: 245 seconds)
[23:53:35] *** MilkmanDan <MilkmanDan!~dan@wilug/expat/MilkmanDan> has joined #illumos
[23:55:53] <gitomat> [illumos-gate] 11226 Remove NetraCT support -- Peter Tribble <peter.tribble at gmail dot com>
top

   August 15, 2019  
< | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | 11 | 12 | 13 | 14 | 15 | 16 | 17 | 18 | 19 | 20 | 21 | 22 | 23 | 24 | 25 | 26 | 27 | 28 | 29 | 30 | 31 | >