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[00:43:33] <Reinhilde> LeftWing: should i add more ram to my system once i can afford to
[00:43:49] <LeftWing> Which one? The one where you're hitting SIGBUS?
[00:44:05] <Reinhilde> LeftWing: That's the only system I have omnios on
[00:45:24] <LeftWing> More RAM is very rarely worse than less RAM
[00:45:27] <LeftWing> I'd still figure out what's going on though
[00:45:34] <LeftWing> How's the tracing going?
[00:46:16] <Reinhilde> LeftWing: Dead end road
[00:46:22] <LeftWing> How so?
[00:46:36] <Reinhilde> Truth be told, I don't want to pull multiple all nighters to try to get into a hallucinogenic state where I'd actually find the thing I need to trace
[00:46:56] <LeftWing> You just need all the return values from the functions that use FC_MAKE_ERR(), right?
[00:48:51] <Reinhilde> Every single one
[00:49:16] <Reinhilde> funny enough, I triggered the bug but it only affected the C++ compiler this time.
[00:55:35] <LeftWing> Reinhilde: Try this? https://gist.github.com/jclulow/64db0253f5c5fc5e7e868e094ea96061
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[01:06:51] <LeftWing> Reinhilde: Does that script at least compile and start on your machine?
[01:07:42] <Reinhilde> LeftWing: is that a D program for the DTrace D compiler?
[01:07:57] <LeftWing> It is a D script, yes
[01:08:08] <LeftWing> If you stick it on your machine and make it executable hopefully it will just run
[01:08:21] <LeftWing> And then when you hit the condition, hopefully it will emit some kernel stacks
[01:08:51] <Reinhilde> well last I checked, unless you are on python, scripts don't compile. I know that D compiles (and can in fact compile to a .o file), so I got a little bit confused by your terminology
[01:09:10] <Reinhilde> my machine is lethargic
[01:09:22] <arekinath> dtrace compiles to a bytecode form which is what the kernel loads
[01:09:37] <Reinhilde> k so it's the same case as python
[01:09:50] <Reinhilde> like if it was a human being, i would probably be injecting my computer with amphetamines right now
[01:12:52] <Reinhilde> LeftWing: it says it's tracing, but I kinda want to stop it and delete the q
[01:13:07] <Reinhilde> seventeen probes. i should've read the script more
[01:13:26] <LeftWing> I wouldn't remove the -q, it'll just make the output messier
[01:13:36] <Reinhilde> i don't mind the mess
[01:13:52] <LeftWing> OK but if you're going to gist/pastebin it for others to read...
[02:04:19] <Reinhilde> LeftWing: By the way, no output from that script other than the :BEGIN probe
[02:04:39] <LeftWing> Did you get a SIGBUS?
[02:05:01] <Reinhilde> I got something that resembled one
[02:05:29] <LeftWing> Do you have the core file?
[02:05:41] <Reinhilde> yes
[02:06:01] <LeftWing> And does the elf note show a SIGBUS, BUS_OBJERR, ENOMEM condition?
[02:06:14] <Reinhilde> pr_info:
[02:06:15] <Reinhilde> si_signo: [ SIGBUS ]
[02:06:17] <Reinhilde> si_errno: [ ENOMEM ]
[02:06:19] <Reinhilde> si_code: [ BUS_OBJERR ]
[02:06:21] <Reinhilde> si_addr: 0x000000000131e4e8
[02:06:21] <LeftWing> huh
[02:06:36] <Reinhilde> LeftWing: as I've said, if we ever meet I owe you a lamb chop
[02:07:14] <Reinhilde> it's possible that the dtrace also got killed...
[02:08:24] <Reinhilde> nope, it's still alive
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[02:22:45] <LeftWing> Reinhilde: Alright, what about... https://gist.github.com/jclulow/f2fcb50e6092fa84869eab75b4fa7a56
[02:23:34] <Reinhilde> let's try that one
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[03:05:56] <ESol5> anyone know where in the ramdisk.c or ramdisk.h files (or elsewhere) the size of the live Openindiana filesystem for / (root dir) are? Im trying to do something like the linux kernel boot paramater set ramdisk_size= to make it large enough to install sw or just save large files
[03:06:43] <ESol5> du -h give me 200mb or so for /, of which only 30mb remain free, and i just booted
[03:12:49] <LeftWing> It's a fixed property of the image
[03:12:56] <LeftWing> As I recall
[03:13:08] <LeftWing> When it's created by distro constructor
[03:13:42] <Reinhilde> do i have somebody on ignore
[03:19:01] <ESol5> ty LeftWing which is why im also considering trying to compile a new distro constructor with a (larger) fixed property
[03:19:55] <LeftWing> You don't have to compile it, I believe you just need to modify the XML file that configures it
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[03:20:29] <ESol5> ah
[03:20:39] <Reinhilde> i have somebody on ignore
[03:21:14] <LeftWing> https://docs.openindiana.org/dev/distribution-constructor/
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[03:38:27] <ESol5> ty LeftWing i had seen that page, but the xml files (and the entire distro-constructor folder) is not in /usr/share/...i didnt see anything in /etc either
[03:38:28] <gitomat> [illumos-gate] 11892 ahciem doesn't properly check if enclosure services are present -- Robert Mustacchi <rm at fingolfin dot org>
[04:18:42] <LeftWing> ESol5: I think you have to install the package first
[04:19:45] <LeftWing> That's what the "pfexec pkg install install/distribution-constructor" step on that page does, I believe
[04:20:34] <ESol5> yeah so ill look into this another day then, as I was hoping to run live and ive no space to install anything ...but thanks
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[04:21:42] <LeftWing> Yeah you're going to need to install OI on at least one computer to be able to construct a new live image, I think
[04:21:54] <LeftWing> It can be a virtual machine
[04:22:40] <ESol5> fyi searching in file contents with mate search for distro_const for 15-30min...its still searching !
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[08:11:34] <pwinder> What login credentials do you use to sign into gerrit code reviews? My usual illumos bug tracker and review board one doesn't work.
[08:15:29] <LeftWing> pwinder: They ought to! Are you using your username or your email address?
[08:15:55] <LeftWing> Oh, one moment
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[08:20:51] <Reinhilde> I went up my favorite hill today.
[08:20:53] <Reinhilde> Big mistake.
[08:21:49] <LeftWing> pwinder: Can you try again now? (with your username)
[08:23:14] <Reinhilde> wouldn't it be weird if illumos shipped a dr sbaitso with the core system
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[08:30:31] <pwinder> I get authentication failure using pwinder. It did work once with paul.winder at wdc dot com - but I'm leaving then and have been iradicating that email from my open source existence
[08:38:44] <LeftWing> pwinder: One more time with pwinder, please?
[08:40:02] <pwinder> LeftWing: that works, thanks
[08:41:11] <LeftWing> Sorry about that. I think there was a Gerrit LDAP auth bug that may have been fixed, but perhaps not retroactively for people who logged in before I updated
[08:41:22] <LeftWing> Crops up when you change your mail address
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[08:44:28] <pwinder> Is gerrit now the preferred code review tool for illumos?
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[08:52:20] <LeftWing> I certainly prefer it! At the project level we're going to engage in a trial over the next couple of months. Hopefully it goes well and we can get everybody behind it.
[08:52:48] <LeftWing> It should make the process of submitting patches for approval and integration a lot smoother than the mail-based approach.
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[09:15:19] <tsoome> btw, what will happen with those Change-Id: fields, it is rather annoying to get them removed manually:)
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[09:31:15] <andyf> pwinder - I think Gerrit will be a better way of managing the RTI queue, but we'll still be able to use any review tool we want to get the initial reviews
[09:32:14] <andyf> webrev, Reviewboard, github PR, emailed patches..
[09:33:12] <andyf> I'm sure I'll get used to it, but I find gerrit reviews hard to read
[09:33:14] <tsoome> yea, but to review patches from other people… :=)
[09:33:40] <andyf> and everything seems to have to be a single commit from master, which is a problem for the way I manage patches
[09:35:43] <andyf> for example my 'dmake -C' patch at the moment is 4 commits in a branch - functional, whitespace, first review, second review
[09:36:04] <andyf> and I haven't found a way to make gerrit handle that, as well as it keeps insisting that I rebase things
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[09:36:45] <Reinhilde> i actually wonder what would happen if oracle decided to reopen the solaris source code
[09:36:55] <tsoome> yep.
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[09:37:06] <Reinhilde> probably not a whole $%&~^#$&#%ing lot
[09:37:27] <tsoome> Reinhilde: why anything special should happen?
[09:37:35] <Reinhilde> i don't know
[09:37:41] <Reinhilde> I am just curious what would actually happen
[09:39:57] <andyf> tsoome - I think we should just use github PRs for most things, and if github ever becomes a problem we just move to Gitea or one of the other tools that supports PRs
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[09:41:13] <tsoome> well, there is my personal problem - I am always quite confused about github PR’s:D
[09:41:44] <tsoome> IMO github is just mess:D
[09:42:03] <andyf> and there's the problem :) We'll never find a tool that everyone likes
[09:42:30] <andyf> I actually don't mind emails for RTI.. it's all scripted anyway
[09:42:37] <tsoome> I’m not worried about that tbh
[09:42:39] <andyf> but I often hear that it is a barrier to contribution
[09:43:12] <tsoome> if you do not want to contribute, any excuse will do.
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[09:44:07] <tsoome> I see the same in freebsd.
[09:45:08] <tsoome> there are people who do contribute, and there are people who are telling you how great contributors they would be if only ...
[09:45:20] <andyf> I agree, but I have talked to people at places like FOSDEM, and the RTI process is seen as too hard by many.
[09:45:38] <tsoome> yes, i do agree with that
[09:45:42] <andyf> Once you start talking, they usually say that they have changed their mind
[09:45:53] <andyf> because nobody argues that changes should be reviewed, tested and approved...
[09:46:05] <tsoome> and we have been speaking about it a lot and got almost nowhere.
[09:46:06] <andyf> ^not
[09:46:34] <andyf> Some people come in with a PR to fix a typo in a man page and when they are told that they have to do other things, they move on
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[09:50:01] <andyf> Yeah, there's no point going over it again, but I don't think Gerrit is the tool I will be using for my reviews
[09:50:04] <tsoome> the whole ruleset is still assuming the project is corporate payground. but the sun is gone and oracle is killing solaris. and opensource developers do not care about corporate rules.
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[09:51:11] <andyf> (and I can only imagine what your branch structure looks like ! )
[09:51:48] <tsoome> :D sometimes it can be quite messy:D
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[09:53:34] <tsoome> but not all needs to be visible via review, so I’m not that worried:)
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[09:54:44] <tsoome> what I am worried about is that we really should get bhyve and lx stuff on gate - the feature gap is getting too big IMO.
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[09:55:03] <andyf> Yes, and bhyve is still pretty achievable
[09:55:50] <andyf> although still a big lift of course.
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[09:56:04] <andyf> at least it is mostly confined to the driver and the userland component
[09:56:21] <andyf> lx affects a lot of other places
[09:57:36] <tsoome> yes, but it must be done or we will face project breakup sooner or later.
[10:02:07] <andyf> I even have the first 10 pre-requisite commits in https://github.com/omniosorg/illumos-omnios/commits/ig_bhyve
[10:11:18] <tsoome> hm, why not start with those? time?
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[10:23:19] <andyf> Partly time, partly that Joyent were saying they were looking at the upstream work, partly not wanting to get into long discussions about integrating things with no consumers
[10:24:05] <andyf> There's also this - http://www.citrus-it.net/webrev/bhyve.html
[10:24:42] <andyf> it's not up-to-date, but it probably is not missing too much
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[10:51:36] <tsoome> mkay… I think that we should check the status with joyent, my personal opinion about the consumer thing is simple - do we want bhyve or not....
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[10:55:07] <LeftWing> We can do it in chunks. Tracking a plan over many commits sometimes without obvious consumers is one of the motivations for IPDs
[10:56:03] <LeftWing> So, a bhyve IPD would be very welcome!
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[10:58:29] <LeftWing> (and we'll just not have the endless discussion)
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[11:52:08] <andyf> jlevon - I see Intel have published the microcode update
[11:55:07] <andyf> Thanks for the write-up of TAA in the cpuid.c comment
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[12:07:31] <tsoome> anyone seen vnic on top of aggr to follow aggr member link state? I have aggregation of 2 10g links, if one leg is down, the vnic is also marked down despite the other leg is up
[12:08:02] <tsoome> (solaris 11.4)
[12:09:38] <tsoome> hrm, actually the whole aggr state is marked “down”, so vnic does follow aggr state correctly.
[12:10:21] <tsoome> hmmm. and it was mac module telling aggr is down.
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[12:16:36] <wilbury> we switched from aggr to good old ipmp a while ago.
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[12:16:43] <wilbury> (on 11.3 and 11.4)
[12:17:06] <clapont> tsoome: so the aggr continues to send/receive data? this is the normal.. or at least, the "logical"
[12:18:14] <igork> tsoome: we are using aggr a lot with 10+10G
[12:18:29] <igork> several vnics over aggr
[12:18:40] <igork> 2 switches in MLAG
[12:18:46] <tsoome> no, the aggr state is down, I can see packets (broadcast) from other hosts, but there is no send/receive
[12:18:57] <igork> if one switch down/reboot - no issues with others ports
[12:19:17] <igork> but we are using ixgbe
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[12:20:12] <tsoome> I think it has to do about shared ethernet address on ixgbe (mac module does see port down, so it seems to think this mac is down and since there is no other mac, whole aggr is marked down)
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[12:33:11] <tsoome> seems like bug to me. sigh.
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[15:47:10] <clapont> an update to my "slow zpool import problem on Solaris10": reconfiguration reboot did not work "touch /reconfigure; init 6" nor "touch /reconfigure ; reboot -- -r"; since the MPxIO is disabled for FC, the problem reduces to VXDMP
[15:48:32] <clapont> using vxctdl, vxdmp, vdisk and such, I can now import the zpool in 20sec specifying the -d /dev/vx/dmp/ ; previously it was taking 10mins even this way
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[15:49:41] <clapont> the "-d fullpath" imports in 1sec, so the FC is fine. I still have to find how/why the manual "zpool import data" takes 10mins without specifying any -d
[15:50:58] <clapont> thanks to wilbury, tsoome, igork, Agnar looking on it and coming with suggestions!
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[15:58:58] <wilbury> clapont: zpool import -o cachefile=none data ?
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[16:04:24] <clapont> wilbury: there is no "cache" property set; I looked on /etc/zfs/zpool.cache it's the local drive so is fine
[16:06:12] <clapont> wilbury: I run as you say, 1min+ passed so is the same behavior of 10mins wait
[16:07:02] <clapont> wilbury: somehow, I should instruct the zpool import not to took on /dev/dsk - which is the OS's default
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[18:02:17] <despair86> > oracle dmake 7.
[18:02:19] <despair86> x
[18:02:23] <despair86> gets -C option
[18:02:25] <despair86> noice
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[18:16:13] <despair86> > converted to C++
[18:16:15] <despair86> odd
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[19:37:38] <gitomat> [illumos-gate] 11944 mdb ::refcount dcmd no longer works -- Jason King <jason.king at joyent dot com>
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[19:46:12] <gitomat> [illumos-gate] 11947 zfs diff on encrypted dataset leaks key reference -- Jason King <jason.king at joyent dot com>
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[21:24:15] <gitomat> [illumos-gate] 11930 loader: factor out label and uberblock load from vdev_probe, add MMP checks -- Toomas Soome <tsoome at me dot com>
[21:50:13] <gitomat> [illumos-gate] 11918 metaslab improvements -- Paul Dagnelie <pcd at delphix dot com>
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[23:12:56] <jbk> rmustacc: just a heads up if you haven't seen it (and are interested) -- it looks like the pcie link bw stuff you did might be having issues on some AMD chipsets (see #11953)
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[23:21:39] <despair86> currently testing by booting an oi-live 2019.04 tape - can't boot into such a BE directly because incompatible ZFS features
[23:23:45] <zsj> I installed 2019.04, then upgraded, then discarded that BE because it failed to boot like 2019.10 image did
[23:26:23] <despair86> The case I picked has exactly zero 5.25" slots: I can't boot a CD image, and the USB loader fails to find the second-stage GRUB. If i write the ISO to the USB, it drops down into single-user since it expects to run from an optical drive
[23:28:06] <zsj> usb stick worked in my case
[23:30:18] <zsj> but I did specifically download the usb image
[23:33:07] <despair86> ah
[23:33:38] <despair86> yeah i get dropped into a boot: prompt because it can't find the USB boot stuff
[23:33:48] <despair86> even though it's _there_
[23:34:06] <despair86> I don't even have USB 2.0 ports at this point
[23:34:38] <despair86> i.e. the GIGABYTE board is practically legacy-free
[23:34:59] <zsj> that was what I was going to suggest. 2019.04 worked for me from an 3 port, but I had to resort to 2 for freebsd 12.1 just yesterday
[23:36:22] <zsj> not even an optional on the motherboard? all I've seen at least had a port you could connect to the case you installed in
[23:38:05] <despair86> hrm i'll take a look, i do have the usb legacy support turned ON including AT keyboard emulation (0x60, 0x64)
[23:43:48] <despair86> yeah it doesn't find any of the default bootstrapss /boot/loader or /boot/zfsloader
[23:44:36] <zsj> rip
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[23:50:15] <toasterson> @rmu
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[23:50:54] <toasterson> rmustacc (IRC): are you also looking for people with Zen+ ? that platform also seems to have some problems
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[23:52:10] <Reinhilde> jbk: do you know what codepath runs the device detection and if it depends on root already being mounted
[23:55:52] <Reinhilde> dammit
[23:56:27] <despair86> weird thing about the PROM is that it starts up in protected or long mode to run the monitor program, then drops down to real mode to do the actual boot
[23:56:47] <Reinhilde> that's weird.
[23:56:54] <despair86> either that or it somehow drives a full-graphics display in real mode (!!!)
[23:57:45] <jbk> it's a bit of a complicated question
[23:59:01] <Reinhilde> jbk: do you think find . | xargs grep is the dumbest pipeline ever invented?
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