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[00:09:23] <gitomat> [illumos-gate] 11838 secflag tests are racy -- John Levon <john.levon at joyent dot com>
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[02:03:50] <KungFuJesus1> So here's a fun one, gssd is giving me constantly an error message about a client (even when that client is done) missing an nfs keytab entry in the server's keytab
[02:03:54] <KungFuJesus1> how do I make this insanity stop?
[02:09:33] <KungFuJesus1> when that client is down*
[02:09:59] <KungFuJesus1> GSSAPI error major: No credentials were supplied, or the credentials were unavailable or inaccessible
[02:10:10] <KungFuJesus1> this is persisting across reboots
[02:10:20] <KungFuJesus1> does rpc somehow try to capture state?
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[02:29:22] <KungFuJesus1> anyone?
[02:41:44] <rmustacc> All I really know is that arekinath loves GSS.
[02:42:09] <arekinath> I will end you
[02:42:34] <KungFuJesus1> lol, this is the weirdest issue I've seen to date
[02:42:47] <KungFuJesus1> it's persistently looking for nfs/hostname in the server's keytab, even when that host is done
[02:42:50] <KungFuJesus1> down*
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[03:07:20] <KungFuJesus1> I'm seeing this from one of the defunct clients: 494 call_refreshresult: refresh creds failed with error -13
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[03:43:06] <KungFuJesus1> ugh, my kerberized NFS is broken and I don't know why :(
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[03:44:12] <KungFuJesus1> where is gssd hiding this state?
[03:44:16] <KungFuJesus1> how do I flush it?
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[05:33:54] * Reinhilde groan
[05:34:22] <Reinhilde> Cannot unplumb tun0: interface does not exist
[05:34:32] <Reinhilde> but when creating a tun0 device, "file exists"
[05:34:46] <Reinhilde> anyone here familiar with the tun driver?
[05:36:23] <Reinhilde> nvm, I cleared it
[05:37:54] <Reinhilde> or didn't
[05:39:34] <Reinhilde> "cannot unplumb tun0: invalid argument provided"
[05:41:10] <Reinhilde> the ethernet address seems to be changing every time i invoke ifconfig tun0
[05:45:13] <Reinhilde> right, now the system doesn't even want to reboot
[05:46:38] * despair86 winces slightly
[05:46:43] <Reinhilde> despair86: what?
[05:48:03] <Reinhilde> alanc: what would cause a Solaris (or illumos) system to wholeheartedly refuse to reboot?
[05:50:54] <Reinhilde> despair86: what have I done?
[05:51:42] * despair86 shrugs
[05:51:58] * despair86 is trying to save data off failing zfs disks
[05:52:03] <Reinhilde> oh dear
[05:52:29] <despair86> no loss yet, zfs is doing its job
[05:52:34] <Reinhilde> good
[05:52:51] <Reinhilde> so I wedged my system by running a badly-written TUN programme
[05:52:55] <despair86> have spares in hand, but they are 4K disks so i can't just slip them into the enclosure
[05:52:56] <despair86> ooh
[05:53:10] <despair86> does it have kstats yet
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[08:27:21] <leoric> Is DEBUG macros defined in debug(-D) illumos-gate build ?
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[10:08:03] <Reinhilde> i don't know
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[10:59:36] <tomww> Reinhilde: is it just the kernel module? then you could disable this module on the boot command line.
[11:00:44] <tomww> Reinhilde: or: boot the previous Bootenvironment in single user, mount the bad BE and remove the files or the tun package
[11:00:48] <Reinhilde> tomww: the system booted up fine, it just wouldn't shut down going into the reboot
[11:00:55] <Reinhilde> it got wedged
[11:01:08] <Reinhilde> I created a bogus tun, couldn't uncreate it
[11:01:50] <tomww> what if you do the rader reboot, "reboot -f" without shuttinf down all SMF services?
[11:01:59] <tomww> *harder
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[11:02:31] <Reinhilde> tomww: i tried -q which i believe makes no attempt
[11:04:32] <tomww> right, "-q" was what I thought.
[11:05:51] <tomww> Is SMF still running stop scripts? svcs -a | tail -3
[11:07:16] <Reinhilde> it's no matter, I ended up rebooting the machine hard
[11:13:04] <Agnar> Reinhilde: the tun driver was ported to solaris back then, but the port is not fully ok. especially unplumbing is just not working, iirc there is even code missing for unplumbing.
[11:13:42] <Reinhilde> ah
[11:14:09] <Agnar> it's enough to get a tun running and restart a tun service. but that's it
[11:14:37] <Reinhilde> so, somebody needs to port the tun driver from a BSD onto streams
[11:14:44] <wilbury> freebsd has a shiny brand new tuntap driver, might be worth of porting
[11:15:01] <Agnar> Reinhilde: well, somebody "just needs to fix the tun driver"
[11:15:27] <Reinhilde> wilbury: should i engage myself in this unusual form of self-harm?
[11:18:45] <Reinhilde> wilbury: hello?
[11:19:59] <Reinhilde> all these different terminologies for source trees is confusing me now
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[11:20:19] <wilbury> Reinhilde: where? freebsd vs. illumos?
[11:20:42] <Reinhilde> sorry, I'm just like, middle of having a seizue
[11:20:47] <Reinhilde> (not literally)
[11:21:27] <Reinhilde> wilbury: do you know which branch freebsd has for this "shiny new tuntap driver"?
[11:22:08] <wilbury> Reinhilde: stable/12
[11:22:44] <wilbury> new driver name is "tuntap"
[11:23:01] <Woodstock> maybe "someone" should just write a proper native tun/tap driver, shouldn't be too hard :->
[11:23:46] <Reinhilde> Woodstock: well yeah, that'd be ideal, but if I'm that someone I want something to work off of that is going to be as complete as I need it to be
[11:23:56] <wilbury> yeah, Woodstock, right.
[11:24:02] <wilbury> Reinhilde: it was merged in r354060
[11:24:40] <Reinhilde> wilbury: that's a freebsd revision right? can we use absolute names for everything?
[11:25:55] <Reinhilde> how do i check out their SVN?
[11:27:03] <Reinhilde> never mind, i found it i think
[11:27:29] <wilbury> https://svn.freebsd.org/base/stable/12/sys/net/if_tuntap.c
[11:27:50] <Reinhilde> is that the entire driver, just that one single file?
[11:28:11] <Reinhilde> what the hell am I doing downloading the entire base/stable/12
[11:28:47] <wilbury> this is the entire driver (plus you need some include files to look into)
[11:29:01] <Reinhilde> ah
[11:29:17] <Reinhilde> svn's gotten wedged.
[11:29:35] <wilbury> btw you can look also here: http://src.illumos.org/source/xref/freebsd-head/sys/net/if_tuntap.c
[11:29:43] <wilbury> as there are HEAD sources
[11:29:45] <Reinhilde> lol, y'all have an xref? lol
[11:29:57] <wilbury> and also xref'd
[11:30:49] <Reinhilde> "vmnet"
[11:31:40] <Reinhilde> what is this? I know it's unrelated to us but
[11:32:15] <Agnar> it's probably the vmware ethernet driver
[11:32:52] <Reinhilde> maximally strange
[11:33:27] <Agnar> oh no
[11:33:34] <Agnar> it's internally used
[11:34:03] <Reinhilde> that's weirder
[11:34:04] <Agnar> probably due to the fact that it is not a physical interface, but one that sits in the vmem
[11:34:20] <Agnar> http://src.illumos.org/source/xref/freebsd-head/sys/net/if_tuntap.c#182
[11:35:45] <Reinhilde> Agnar: on a scale from 1 to 256, how amenable to porting by a newb does this driver look?
[11:36:16] <Reinhilde> feel free to use adjectives instead of numbers
[11:36:46] <jlevon> that would be great
[11:36:56] <Reinhilde> jlevon: ?
[11:37:20] <jlevon> new tuntap
[11:38:04] <Reinhilde> jlevon: illumos has a fatal flaw in the form of the current tuntap driver IMO, so I agree.
[11:38:30] <Reinhilde> and I want to help make it happen, whether by buying people hours off work, or weaselling away at it myself
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[11:58:41] <Agnar> Reinhilde: no idea, it's out of my skills
[12:06:28] <tomww> hm. I have packages in the SFE repo built from this source: https://github.com/kaizawa/tuntap/commit/43816b1ac8b050e45a6f7882058755fe753a9992
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[12:08:55] <Reinhilde> tomww: that's the current tuntap driv
[12:26:06] <tomww> I'm using it on S11.3 since quite a while w/o issues. Do you see problems regularly when shutting down?
[12:29:56] <Reinhilde> tomww: this is the first time
[12:31:52] <jlevon> specifically the biggest issue there is that it's GPLed
[12:33:14] <Reinhilde> yes.
[12:38:56] <Agnar> .o( this is so funny, because it's usually a zfs on linux topic )
[12:51:03] <Reinhilde> Agnar: oh?
[12:51:34] <Agnar> wrong license for kernel modules :)
[12:53:55] <Reinhilde> quite.
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[13:31:04] <tsoome> to set up gerrit review, the commit needs to be on master branch?
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[13:43:26] <jlevon> tsoome: you can also import other branches into gerrit
[13:45:47] <tsoome> ok, I need to be walked on this a bit later - I need to drive home now. Either I am stupid or I am missing something there:)
[13:46:22] <jlevon> needs an admin to do so afaik
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[14:07:02] <andyf> jlevon, I didn't have the commit on the master branch, but it was rebased against master
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[14:53:11] <jlevon> andyf: sorry lost on context?
[14:57:13] <andyf> Re-reading it, what I wrote makes no sense, sorry
[14:57:16] <andyf> I meant...
[14:57:38] <andyf> You don't need to add your commit to the master branch on your local checkout
[14:57:52] <andyf> you can create a new branch for your commit, but push to gerrit refs/for/master
[14:58:05] <andyf> and as long as there is a common ancestry to gate master, it will be fine
[14:58:08] <jlevon> oh, if that was the question, sure.
[14:58:18] <jlevon> I thought he was asking about reviews against a non-master base
[14:58:22] <andyf> tsoome said "the commit needs to be on the master branch?"
[14:58:33] <andyf> so either interpretation could be right :)
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[15:38:37] <tsoome> master branch would be soo annoying:(
[15:38:49] <tsoome> oh well.
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[15:43:32] <KungFuJesus> tsoome: Is your latest RB post the fix? :)
[15:43:43] <tsoome> no:)
[15:43:50] <KungFuJesus> damn :(
[15:44:06] <tsoome> but it is getting close. still I think we will need to play with your case more.
[15:44:33] <gitomat> [illumos-gate] 11871 smatch should not hammer linux procfs path -- Patrick Mooney <pmooney at pfmooney dot com>
[15:44:47] <pmooney> jlevon/danmcd: thanks
[15:44:53] <danmcd> NP.
[15:44:58] <andyf> :) That's a nice fix, I wonder if builds will get even faster?
[15:45:14] <pmooney> it was only a marginal speedup
[15:45:26] <jlevon> pmooney: no, thank you!
[15:45:28] <tsoome> fs cache...
[15:45:40] <danmcd> But it MAY allow two concurrent builds to not hammer each other as much with procfs ops?
[15:45:54] <pmooney> yeah, I found it because procfs was hammering locks
[15:46:17] <pmooney> I poke around in lockstat when I'm waiting for a build
[15:46:24] <pmooney> especially when I see smtx higher than expected
[15:47:16] <pmooney> andyf: maybe it'll make a bigger difference for you? smatch + gcc4 shadow means a lot of base load
[15:47:27] <andyf> and I often run several builds in parallel too
[15:47:41] <gitomat> [illumos-gate] 11845 acquire-spray test could be improved -- John Levon <john.levon at joyent dot com>
[15:47:53] <pmooney> that'd definitely get procfs lit up
[15:48:13] <pmooney> a gazillion open()s per second was not great
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[16:02:40] <danmcd> pmooney wins QOTD
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[16:50:41] <gitomat> [illumos-gate] 11872 Fix incremental recursive encrypted receive -- Tom Caputi <tcaputi at datto dot com>
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[17:23:29] <gitomat> [illumos-gate] 11842 Want audit events for auditon(A_SETPMASK) and friends -- Alex Wilson <alex at uq dot edu.au>
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[17:35:14] <gitomat> [illumos-gate] 11866 Use -fstack-protector-strong when available -- Robert Mustacchi <rm at joyent dot com>
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[17:46:18] <rmustacc> I feel like there's some minor irony that to showcase the difference between wc -m and wc -c, I can't get mandoc to display UTF-8 characters.
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[17:54:13] <ptribble> rmustacc: regarding wc long options, would it be worth asking on the developer list if adding them is justified?
[17:54:38] <ptribble> my comment there was more of a question than a request
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[17:56:29] <rmustacc> I already did them.
[17:56:35] <rmustacc> So, uh.
[17:56:42] <gitomat> [illumos-gate] 11882 loader: rs_alloc() may return NULL -- Toomas Soome <tsoome at me dot com>
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[19:16:42] <gitomat> [illumos-gate] 11521 ::whereopen should be usable in a pipeline -- Robert Mustacchi <rm at fingolfin dot org>
[19:28:04] <gitomat> [illumos-gate] 11883 loader: zio_checksum_verify should check byteswap -- Toomas Soome <tsoome at me dot com>
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[20:39:44] * toasterson is still debugging clang 8 not building.
[20:40:25] <toasterson> is anybody knowledgeable about cmake or llvm?
[20:41:24] <igork> toasterson: what you try to debug?
[20:41:47] <igork> i try to build llvm-8 on dilos
[20:42:10] <igork> based on debian version
[20:44:25] <jperkin> you might find the pkgsrc patches useful too, we have clang/llvm 9.0.0
[20:46:06] <toasterson> yeah i think I found it
[20:46:28] * toasterson sent a long message: < https://matrix.wegmueller.it/_matrix/media/v1/download/matrix.wegmueller.it/MlQgZJXlNAYVCHNGUCQfEpCV >
[20:46:45] <toasterson> looks like we need to enable rtti stuffs
[20:47:08] <toasterson> it's the prelude to build rust packages analogous to omnios
[20:52:02] <pmooney> jperkin: definitely appreciate your efforts on getting/keeping rust working in smartos pkgsrc
[20:56:22] <jperkin> np, it probably helps that I really like it ;)
[20:58:33] <andyf> I really appreciate on OmniOS too :) I had to set up a test openldap server the other day - created a "pkgsrc" branded zone and had it up and running in minutes
[21:02:24] <toasterson> andyf (IRC): a pkgsrc branded zone? would be interesting to have aswell
[21:03:14] <rmustacc> I should play more with rust. Maybe it'd be interesting to look at some of these ksh93isms in rust.
[21:04:26] <andyf> toasterson - in OmniOS they build on sparse zones, so they only use 4MiB of base files + /opt/local/
[21:05:40] <toasterson> andyf (IRC): i would like to see if i can integrate them into openindiana is it in a gihub/lab repo?
[21:09:11] <andyf> It's in our pkg5 repo - https://github.com/omniosorg/pkg5/
[21:13:07] <igork> jperkin: thanks for point to it. could you provide full link to repo to correct branch where i can try to find llvm patches? another question: did you try to build llvm-8 ?
[21:14:13] <jperkin> igork: https://github.com/netbsd/pkgsrc/ yes, we had llvm8 between Jun 17th to Oct 19th
[21:14:33] <igork> debian version contain additional/separate libcxx + libcxxabi - did you try to build additional components for llvm ?
[21:14:47] <jperkin> yes, I fully integrated libcxx
[21:14:56] <igork> thanks for info
[21:15:13] <jperkin> and patched clang so that it is able to build a reasonable set of pkgsrc, roughly in comparison to gcc
[21:15:18] <igork> what gcc version has been use with llvm build?
[21:15:22] <jperkin> out of the box it is basically useless
[21:15:52] <jperkin> 7.4.0 mostly
[21:15:58] <igork> ok, thanks
[21:16:31] <igork> i see branch 'trunk' - and no llvm in root?
[21:16:55] <jperkin> lang/llvm
[21:17:04] <igork> ah, thanks
[21:18:07] <igork> we have ghc-8.4.4 build done
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