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[14:47:42] <sjorge> About 50% of Gerrit/list mails still end up in spam for me :(
[14:47:49] <sjorge> We seem to be going on/off a RBL
[14:47:54] <sjorge> we being... sendgrid I guess
[14:51:07] <toasterson1> LeftWing (IRC): We do have an incompatibility with clang headers see 12430
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[15:15:03] <sjorge> jbk I found another bug in ldapclient
[15:15:44] <sjorge> I now have 2 servers ldap1 and ldap2... if I specify both (or one of those) in defaultServerList it works fine, I also have 'ldap' which is contains 2 A records (one for each ldap server)
[15:15:53] <sjorge> If I use that one inthe defaultServerList... nothing happens
[15:15:57] <sjorge> neither server get a connection
[15:16:08] <sjorge> If I remove one of the 2 A records, it works again
[15:23:41] <sjorge> https://www.illumos.org/issues/12431
[15:24:22] <sjorge> Supporting it would be nice, but just throwing a error would be fine too... so other people don't lose an hour to this.
[15:24:31] <sjorge> ALso disapointed the ticket is not 12341 :D
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[16:20:03] <jollyd> toasterson1: there is also a discrepancy between Linux and illumos for uint64_t and int64_t
[16:20:31] <toasterson1> jollyd (IRC): yes but clang uses __int8_defined guard for them aswell
[16:20:51] <toasterson1> As far as I saw with my limited knowledge
[16:22:56] <toasterson1> jollyd (IRC): I guess there will be some more. Thanks to clang we will have to look into them.
[17:09:32] <liv3010m> Hello there
[17:10:05] <liv3010m> I have an BCM57781 which doesn't seems to be supported on Illumos and derivates
[17:10:53] <liv3010m> I only found this "Update bge to support missing 57xx/577xx devices" from https://www.illumos.org/issues/3446 dated from 5 years ago
[17:11:58] <liv3010m> does anybody have this kind of adapter working?
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[18:35:37] <rmustacc> liv3010m: No, but if you have access and are willing to help test stuff, we can take a look at adding support to it.
[18:36:19] <liv3010m> hi @rmustacc Sure :)
[18:37:17] <rmustacc> I'll have to take a look and see if I can track down a datasheet and what some others have done, but I'll see what we can put together.
[18:37:42] <liv3010m> Thats really nice from you
[18:38:23] <rmustacc> Having device support is useful, but I can't offer any promises.
[18:39:42] <liv3010m> It's OK!As of now I'm using the system with ESXi but wanted to install SmartOS natively on it and noticed the NICs weren't working
[18:40:42] <rmustacc> Can you confirm what the PCI ID is of the device?
[18:40:44] <liv3010m> obviously forcing bge to load didn't did anything to the booted SmartOS image
[18:40:51] <liv3010m> yes
[18:41:03] <rmustacc> Did you try to use 'update_drv' when you forced it to load?
[18:41:15] <liv3010m> nope
[18:41:30] <liv3010m> i'll try. Didn't knew that. Sorry
[18:42:12] <rmustacc> If you have the pci id I can give you the syntax to try.
[18:42:22] <rmustacc> It's unlikely to work, but worth a quick shot.
[18:43:14] <tsoome> gitomat is slacking?:)
[18:43:35] <liv3010m> I exported this from ESXi
[18:43:43] <liv3010m> PCI Device
[18:43:43] <liv3010m> NetXtreme BCM57781 Gigabit Ethernet
[18:43:45] <liv3010m> ID 0000:02:00.0
[18:43:45] <liv3010m> Device ID 0x16b1
[18:43:47] <liv3010m> Vendor ID 0x14e4
[18:43:47] <liv3010m> Function 0x0
[18:43:49] <liv3010m> Bus 0x2
[18:43:49] <liv3010m> Vendor Name Broadcom Corporation
[18:43:51] <liv3010m> Class ID 0x200
[18:43:51] <liv3010m> Subdevice ID 0x96b1
[18:43:53] <liv3010m> Subvendor ID 0x14e4
[18:43:53] <liv3010m> Slot 0x0
[18:43:56] <rmustacc> OK.
[18:45:39] <rmustacc> So you'll want to try something like "update_drv -a -i 'pci1434,16b1' bge"
[18:45:56] <rmustacc> I'm mostly trying to do the syntax from memory so that might be slightly off
[18:46:12] <liv3010m> Thanks! OK one moment please.
[18:46:48] <tsoome> its '"pci1434,16b1"' I think, because we need it to be inserted with doublequotes
[18:47:19] <rmustacc> Ah, yeah. Sounds right.
[18:50:07] <liv3010m> haha OK, thanks tsoome, I'll try and report back
[18:50:33] <rmustacc> I'll do some research over the next couple of days and see what all is needed for some of those parts.
[18:53:18] <liv3010m> Guys, it didn't work. The result was the same with single quotes, doble quotes, or even doing an "update_drv bge" with nothing more. It displays devfsadm: driver failed to attach: bge
[18:53:40] <liv3010m> Warning: Driver (bge) succesfully added to system but failed to attach
[18:54:19] <rmustacc> I'm not terribly surprised. Can you check if there was anything specific in /var/adm/messages?
[18:55:02] <liv3010m> let me check. sorry for taking so much time, the system is on another room and it doesn't va a LOM
[18:55:12] <rmustacc> Not a problem, it's all at your convenience.
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[18:57:04] <liv3010m> the file /var/adm/messages only contains 2 lines related to rsyslog so nothing in there
[18:57:21] <rmustacc> And if you run mdb -ke '::msgbuf' anything?
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[19:00:46] <liv3010m> we are searching for the device id there right?
[19:00:53] <liv3010m> because I don't see it
[19:03:27] <rmustacc> No, I was just wondering if the driver had logged a message about why it didn't attach. Though there are plenty of reasons.
[19:04:31] <liv3010m> I'll double check
[19:06:27] <liv3010m> No, nothing in there
[19:06:40] <rmustacc> OK, thanks for checking.
[19:07:16] <liv3010m> I'm downloading omnice bloody to see if there is some difference
[19:07:51] <liv3010m> thanks to you
[19:07:57] <rmustacc> There shouldn't be, but I guess can't hurt.
[19:08:17] <liv3010m> just in case..
[19:10:25] <liv3010m> it will take a while because it's downloading at ~= 40KB/s. I'll report once I have it
[19:10:28] <rmustacc> Good news I do have a datasheet for it. So we should be able to put something together for this family.
[19:10:42] <liv3010m> nice!!!!!!
[19:11:32] <rmustacc> But just to set expectations, this will take a bit of time and won't happen over night.
[19:11:59] <liv3010m> It's fine for me!
[19:12:07] <liv3010m> :)
[19:12:40] <rmustacc> OK, good.
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[19:13:29] <liv3010m> many thanks for giving this a try @rmustacc
[19:20:57] <rmustacc> Out of curiosity is this a pci card or is this built into a system?
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[19:22:38] <liv3010m> built in
[19:25:14] <idodeclare> Is it 1434 or 14e4?
[19:25:46] <liv3010m> e
[19:26:03] <liv3010m> ok
[19:26:27] <liv3010m> i think it works now
[19:26:34] <liv3010m> because of the typo
[19:26:38] <liv3010m> :)
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[19:27:22] <liv3010m> because after doing update_drv it shows (sorry for the slow transcript as I'm typing it)
[19:30:59] <liv3010m> after running mdb -ke '::msgbuf' WARNING: bge0: Device 'pci14e4,16b1' not recognized (5809?)
[19:31:05] <liv3010m> WARNING: bge1: Device 'pci14e4,16b1' not recognized (5809?)
[19:31:14] <rmustacc> OK. Great. That's what I'd hope to see.
[19:31:23] <liv3010m> :)
[19:31:31] <liv3010m> and dladm show-phys shows the nic
[19:31:33] <liv3010m> :D
[19:31:33] <rmustacc> Thanks for pointing out that typo of mine idodeclare.
[19:31:54] <rmustacc> OK. I expcet we need to teach the driver about the chip family still to get things working, but that's a good start.
[19:32:00] <idodeclare> You're welcome
[19:32:25] <liv3010m> Thanks guys!
[19:32:45] <rmustacc> I'll take a shot at building something to properly identify it over the next few days and ping you here when I have it ready.
[19:37:56] <liv3010m> thank you!
[19:38:59] <liv3010m> I did an ifconfig bge0 plump up and the system froze. It's more complicated now right?
[19:42:11] <rmustacc> Yes, this is because the driver is treating it as the wrong chipset.
[19:42:22] <rmustacc> So we have to do some plumbing and changes to make sure it's handled correctly.
[19:45:06] <liv3010m> Ah OK.
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[23:10:31] <sjorge> Dropping a quick Q before going to bed
[23:10:45] <sjorge> Is there a way to 'reset' a USB device without physically removing it and plugging it back in?
[23:12:43] <LeftWing> sjorge: Have a look at "man cfgadm_usb"
[23:13:07] <sjorge> Thanks, looks promesing
[23:13:17] <LeftWing> In particular, "Example 7 Resetting a USB Device" might help
[23:13:18] <liv3010m> something like "cfgadm -x usb_reset -y usb0/4.7"? should work?
[23:13:31] <liv3010m> https://docs.oracle.com/cd/E26502_01/html/E29006/devusbtasks-37.html#devusbtasks-115
[23:14:02] <LeftWing> Yes, but I'd probably look first at https://illumos.org/man/1M/cfgadm
[23:14:11] <LeftWing> err, rather, https://illumos.org/man/1M/cfgadm_usb
[23:14:24] <liv3010m> :)
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[23:16:11] <liv3010m> usb_reset
[23:16:11] <liv3010m> Performs a software reset (re-enumeration) of the device. This is
[23:16:13] <liv3010m> the equivalent of removing the device and inserting it back
[23:16:13] <liv3010m> again. The port on the hub is power cycled if the hub supports
[23:16:15] <liv3010m> power cycling of individual ports.
[23:16:15] <liv3010m> If the connected device is a hub, this function has the effect of
[23:16:17] <liv3010m> resetting that hub and any devices down the tree of which it is
[23:16:17] <liv3010m> the root.
[23:17:05] <sjorge> Sad: cfgadm: Hardware specific failure: Cannot issue devctl to ap_id: /devices/pci@0,0/pci15d9,626@1d/hub@1:
[23:21:01] <sjorge> Aha, something still had the serial device it provides open
[23:21:04] <sjorge> Lets see if it helped
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[23:26:57] <sjorge> Sadly it doesn't look like it is enough
[23:27:06] <sjorge> Will have to physically go over to unplug/replug it tomorrow
[23:27:10] <sjorge> Thanks for the hints though
[23:27:18] <sjorge> It does seem to work for storage devices for example
[23:36:35] <liv3010m> sad. maybe power cycle the pci device?
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