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[00:52:53] <Reinhilde> Intense.
[00:54:02] <Reinhilde> well that's what's up... https://medium.com/@antonmcclure/oracle-ceo-mark-hurd-has-died-at-age-62-ab8e597e3983
[00:54:46] <Reinhilde> rmustacc: is there such thing as "plain illumos", and how would someone obtain a copy?
[00:55:53] <Reinhilde> rmustacc: i assume it requires compiling things
[00:56:08] <LeftWing> Reinhilde: OpenIndiana is the distribution that ships the closest thing to what's in illumos-gate.git master, generally
[01:17:10] <rmustacc> Reinhilde: I think what LeftWing said is probably it I guess? illumos is the core of an OS, but is not fully standing on its own.
[01:19:31] <rmustacc> So you could always build it and boot into what came from building illumos. I guess the question is what's your goal.
[01:22:34] <Reinhilde> i don't even know what my goal is
[01:24:41] <rmustacc> Then I'd just use the system and not worry about it. ;)
[01:25:22] <Reinhilde> but how can I do that on a ZFS pool that already has a freebsd installation, rmustacc ?
[01:25:56] <rmustacc> Um, I'd probably suggest using bhyve on FreeBSD?
[01:26:40] <rmustacc> You could always clobber the install or partition or have dueling boat loaders and all that jazz. But a VM is my usual starting point.
[01:38:30] <LeftWing> Yeah virtualisation makes it pretty easy to get going
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[01:51:47] <KungFuJe1us> tsoome: are you around? I'm having that same bootloader issue and I really need this machine to boot :(
[01:52:13] <KungFuJe1us> The cursor just stops spinning after the "BIOS drive J: is disk7"
[01:53:17] <KungFuJe1us> I moved the drive off the SAS controller to the onboard AHCI and it gets further in the boot loader, but it bombs once the kernel loads and it tries to load the rpool
[01:54:09] <KungFuJe1us> I think UEFI here is an option, how do I do that from a live hipster thumb drive?
[01:54:35] <rmustacc> How do you boot UEFI?
[01:55:07] <KungFuJe1us> how do you install the UEFI loader from an MBR bootstrapped system that won't boot after an update
[01:55:34] <rmustacc> Oh. I see. Not sure on that.
[01:56:37] <yuripv> you can't, I think, UEFI requires separate ESP that will contain the loader
[01:57:08] <KungFuJe1us> ok, then how do I sort of chroot into this from the liveUSB to make the loader work again?
[01:57:22] <KungFuJe1us> or at least make the rpool bootable from another controller
[01:57:51] <yuripv> booting into pre-upgrade BE doesn't work?
[01:58:01] <KungFuJe1us> there seems to be a pretty brutal bug in the MBR loader as of lately, this is the second time I've been bit by it (on a different machine)
[01:58:08] <KungFuJe1us> it doesn't make it that far
[01:59:36] <KungFuJe1us> the be selection part doesn't show up, it's on the spinning cursor after BIOS drive Letter: is disk#
[01:59:53] <yuripv> oh right
[02:01:20] <KungFuJe1us> ok, fast and loose fix, and one that ignores the problem yet again
[02:01:32] <KungFuJe1us> how do I make the boot loader load the root pool from a different controller?
[02:01:59] <KungFuJe1us> isn't there some rpool boot cache or something that needs to be killed?
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[02:20:08] <KungFuJe1us> well, this got me into the OS at least: https://wiki.openindiana.org/oi/MBR+reinstall+after+illumos+loader+update
[02:23:39] <KungFuJe1us> tsoome: I think I can at least get this back off the ground, do you think you'll have some time this weekend to de-derp my bootloader issues, or at least make it complain loudly?
[02:24:28] <KungFuJe1us> because right now it's a blackhole for debugging
[02:30:02] <jbk> if you were having the problem on an x4500, would that make it a blackhole sun? :)
[02:34:27] <KungFuJe1us> hah nice
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[02:35:06] <KungFuJe1us> reinstalling the bootloader once booted seemed to do no good, so I'm going to need to find the secret magic voodoo strings to tell the early stages of the bootloader to tell me all of its secrets
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[02:36:03] <KungFuJe1us> It's probably coincidence, but it seems to happen just before where the mode change is happening on the latest hipster usb image
[02:36:33] <KungFuJe1us> when it goes completely dead
[02:37:52] <KungFuJe1us> the prevailing pattern I've seem to have found with this bug is it happens whenever the SAS controller presents the BIOS with disks. It just happens, unfortunately it his case, that the rpool was setup last from behind the SAS controller, so switching to another controller results in a boot failure
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[05:27:32] <LeftWing> yuripv: I believe we create the pool with an ESP if you installed in the last year or so? Easy to check with format
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[07:06:47] <tsoome> yes, with new setups, the ESP should be there, and with recent installboot, also populated.
[07:12:13] <yuripv> LeftWing: yep, but KungFuJe1us says it's MBR so obviously not the case here :)
[07:12:40] <LeftWing> I think we put the same loader in both types
[07:12:43] <LeftWing> Right?
[07:13:21] <LeftWing> I have booted an OI host from UEFI and BIOS modes without reinstalling I'm pretty sure
[07:15:13] <rmustacc> Right. Most folks are designing things so you have both and aren't stuck in one world I thought.
[07:15:42] <rmustacc> Last thing you want is something like the old Windows IDE vs. AHCI bios issues where whichever one you pick you're stuck with.
[07:18:14] <yuripv> I'm not sure when exactly e.g. OI switched to using GPT on boot pools, but most likely we didn't even think about UEFI back then
[07:21:46] <tsoome> KungFuJe1us: if this is the bug i have been chasing for last week, then uefi boot should not help, but it is good to test anyhow to exclude possible bios related issue. if this is the case, you should be able to recover with older loader. But I would need as much the details as possible.
[07:22:49] <tsoome> the loader version is the same in both cases, yes, but there are obvious differences.
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[08:11:42] <Reinhilde> rmustacc: do any illumos companies have stock ticker names that the various SUNWthings could be renamed after if those things were going to be renamed?
[08:12:54] <Reinhilde> ("illumos companies" refers to companies that ship a product containing illumos)
[08:14:10] <Reinhilde> jbk: if I ever get a SunW, I will probably call it blackhole.??.??.umbrellix.net (where the question marks are province and country in which the computer is located)
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[08:44:12] <LeftWing> Reinhilde: I think we're unlikely to use an actual stock ticker in the future. We've used ILLUMOS in some mapfiles, for instance
[08:44:28] <LeftWing> Packages get an FMRI these days, instead of the SVR4-era STOCKname
[08:46:17] <Reinhilde> whoa, that's from SVR4?
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[08:51:30] <LeftWing> Well I'm not 100% sure about the exact history
[08:51:45] <LeftWing> But it's a naming convention commonly associated with the SVR4 packaging tools
[09:00:17] <tsoome> those are from svr4 packaging, yes
[09:01:18] <tsoome> shortly after opensolaris was closed and become oracle solaris, they did complete the package rename, but illumos is still waiting for it.
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[09:02:07] <tsoome> someone has to pick up the task … but it is a bit painful thing, so .. :)
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[09:02:46] <yuripv> painful why?
[09:03:37] <tsoome> it is to be coordinated with distributions for first
[09:03:42] <yuripv> we seem to have just several of those left
[09:03:50] <tsoome> and one needs to understand IPS pretty well
[09:04:51] <tsoome> but as with all things - you never know unless you start doing:)
[09:06:48] <tsoome> and some (SUNWcs at least) packages will need to be split… of course this can happen later.
[09:06:59] <LeftWing> I think a straight rename (without splitting) is not tooooo bad
[09:07:47] <tsoome> what happens with systems which are not using ips? like smartos or dilos? I guess simple time coordination would be sufficient?
[09:08:03] <LeftWing> SmartOS wouldn't notice if you renamed the package
[09:08:08] <LeftWing> Because it does not use the packaging metadata at all
[09:08:09] <yuripv> splitting why?
[09:09:16] <tsoome> LeftWing: ok, that is good:)
[09:10:00] <tsoome> yuripv: I think there was mentioned specific case from omnios for example
[09:10:01] <LeftWing> I think there are those who would argue there are too many unrelated things in SUNWcs
[09:10:25] <LeftWing> Like, cron is in there. I can imagine distributions wanting a different cron
[09:10:35] <LeftWing> Obviously we can do some kind of mediator magic thing probably
[09:10:47] <tsoome> but I agree that the plain simple rename as first step would be great start.
[09:10:50] <LeftWing> Yeah
[09:12:42] <tsoome> IMO we need our stuff to be developed, replacement should be for well justified cases.
[09:12:53] <tsoome> but thats my opinion:)
[09:13:12] <LeftWing> That's fine, too
[09:13:40] <LeftWing> At the end of the day we're here to be what people want to run
[09:13:50] <tsoome> I mean, there is no reason why not develop our own bits.
[09:13:56] <LeftWing> If people want to work on our cron, that's awesome -- but I understand if they want to ship some other cron too
[09:14:11] <LeftWing> If they ship most of illumos and swap out the cron I really super don't care
[09:14:21] <LeftWing> (I would love if they work on our cron, I'm just saying)
[09:14:50] <tsoome> yes, i see the temptation just to switch to something other
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[09:14:57] <LeftWing> Our chmod has things that you can't really get elsewhere (NFSv4 ACLs?), so that's definitely worth the energy
[09:16:10] <LeftWing> And, hey, I worked on 374, so you don't have to sell me :P
[09:16:14] <tsoome> yea, or switching to gnu true which can return false…
[09:17:04] <tsoome> ok, now I need to set up few reviews, and return to big bug hunt...
[09:17:27] <LeftWing> I am trying to decide whether to set up an iSCSI boot system or to just to go to bed
[09:18:24] <tsoome> am, iscsi i wonder if the network boot is still hung when there are more than 1 cpu or not
[09:18:33] <LeftWing> I guess we'll find out!
[09:18:46] <LeftWing> Honestly I'm just trying to figure out stmf/itadm
[09:18:54] <tsoome> the iscsi should be also affected, the nfs most certainly was
[09:19:02] <LeftWing> Haven't even gotten to trying to do iBFT with iPXE yet
[09:19:11] <LeftWing> Was that a microcode update thing?
[09:19:15] <tsoome> yes
[09:19:22] <LeftWing> Well I don't think that comes up in KVM guests
[09:19:27] <LeftWing> (We're not allowed to do it?)
[09:19:57] <LeftWing> Anyway if I see it, I'll let you know!
[09:20:15] <tsoome> the first cpu was online, and next ones were about to be brought online, but network interrupts were not serviced
[09:20:30] <tsoome> so firmware read was stuck
[09:20:34] <LeftWing> huh
[09:20:41] <LeftWing> That is unfortunate
[09:20:56] <tsoome> with nfs it was easy to see with snoop
[09:21:37] <LeftWing> Do we not put that stuff in the boot archive?
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[09:22:37] <tsoome> I am not entirely sure, I was busy with other stuff (as always)
[09:22:55] <tsoome> so I did not dig through the entire context
[09:23:07] <LeftWing> Very well
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[09:33:30] <tsoome> meanwhile i did build userboot.so with test app, so I can run filesystem reader code in userland. it still needs a bit work to be able to plug in libumem and have dtrace, but it should help debugging things a lot…
[09:36:57] <LeftWing> Nice!
[09:37:56] <tsoome> this is originally the code to load fbsd kernel into bhyve
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[09:47:02] <tsoome> LeftWing: btw, how is your patch to be able to walk the disks in kernel mount rootfs?:)
[09:47:18] <LeftWing> It depends on the iSCSI thing
[09:47:24] <LeftWing> :D
[09:47:33] <tsoome> .oO no pressure:)
[09:47:46] <tsoome> oo, thats cool.
[09:47:54] <LeftWing> https://www.illumos.org/issues/11816
[09:48:12] <LeftWing> iscsi_attach() is a pretty disappointing function :P
[09:48:37] <tsoome> I just did realize that once there, we can also wire up ufs root with GUID and have proper support for ufs boot too:D
[09:48:50] <LeftWing> Ha
[09:48:54] <LeftWing> Well fair enough
[09:49:06] <tsoome> just for interesting corner case.
[09:49:30] <LeftWing> https://github.com/illumos/illumos-gate/blob/4e0c5eff9af325c80994e9527b7cb8b3a1ffd1d4/usr/src/uts/common/io/scsi/adapters/iscsi/iscsi.c#L377-L378
[09:49:38] <LeftWing> https://github.com/illumos/illumos-gate/blob/4e0c5eff9af325c80994e9527b7cb8b3a1ffd1d4/usr/src/uts/common/io/scsi/adapters/iscsi/iscsi.c#L599-L602
[09:49:40] <LeftWing> Look at thiiissss
[09:49:41] <LeftWing> Whhyyy
[09:50:23] <LeftWing> The whole function only really _does_ anything with DDI_ATTACH and we've started three tabs in
[09:50:51] <LeftWing> Not to mention goto labels inside the case block
[09:51:40] <tsoome> yep, sometimes peoples thoughts are running in funny ways
[09:54:06] <LeftWing> https://gist.github.com/jclulow/b2035fbead2680492a4af6e45804003e -- I'm adjusting it :P
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[09:55:27] <tsoome> nice
[09:56:31] <LeftWing> Anyway it's definitely bed time now!
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[15:10:02] <gitomat> [illumos-gate] 11830 smb/server service shutdown hang -- Gordon Ross <gwr at nexenta dot com>
[15:10:03] <gitomat> [illumos-gate] 11831 SMB kernel panic in smb_user_namecmp during MMC close file -- Gordon Ross <gwr at nexenta dot com>
[15:10:04] <gitomat> [illumos-gate] 11832 smb/server is stuck in STOPPING state after svcadm restart -- Gordon Ross <gwr at nexenta dot com>
[15:10:05] <gitomat> [illumos-gate] 11833 Panic in smb2_setinfo_file / smb_set_basic_info -- Gordon Ross <gwr at nexenta dot com>
[15:10:06] <gitomat> [illumos-gate] 11834 SMB authentication service stops after flood -- Gordon Ross <gwr at nexenta dot com>
[15:10:07] <gitomat> [illumos-gate] 11835 smbd rpc service crash in ndr_outer_string / ndr_s_wchar -- Gordon Ross <gwr at nexenta dot com>
[15:10:08] <gitomat> [illumos-gate] 11836 SMB server shutdown hang after tree connect test -- Gordon Ross <gwr at nexenta dot com>
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[16:11:05] <jlevon> uh oh, loader is badly broken on my VM
[16:12:44] <jlevon> tsoome: https://movementarian.org/~movement/loader-borked.png
[16:12:48] <jlevon> it just resets after that
[16:59:42] <KungFuJe1us> tsoome: This machine originally had the grub boot loader, so unfortunately I doubt there's an ESP shim on it
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[18:54:56] <gitomat> [illumos-gate] 11806 SMB server sends malformed responses on error -- Andrew Stormont <astormont at racktopsystems dot com>
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[21:27:43] <sjorge> So many SMB changes <3
[21:27:56] <sjorge> I didn't even know racktop uses illumos, so that's also cool
[21:46:14] <wilbury> interesting
[21:46:40] <LeftWing> jlevon: Is that as of a recent change? Do we need to back something out
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[22:10:20] <tsoome> LeftWing: we are investigating.
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[22:39:43] <LeftWing> Alright thanks!
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[23:30:44] <mnowak_> https://blogs.oracle.com/solaris/reimplementing-a-solaris-in-python-gained-17x-performance-improvement-from-c :)
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