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[00:01:13] * toastersonerson1 sent a long message: < https://matrix.wegmueller.it/_matrix/media/v1/download/matrix.wegmueller.it/ENMjFGtZjyVGigkftqHAEQnG >
[00:01:55] <toastersonerson1> and it seems kubelet compiled the docker client into itself. thats not gona compile unless that is untangled...
[00:03:40] <toastersonerson1> Looks like the nomad version of docker is incompatible with the kubernetes one.... god damn vendoring
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[04:09:38] <LeftWing> That certainly seems frustratin
[04:09:42] <LeftWing> g
[04:18:52] <Smithx10> neirac: you'll also need svcadm enable rpc/bind
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[05:27:04] <neirac> andyf, Smithx10 thanks
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[09:28:15] <Agnar> moin
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[09:48:12] <toastersonerson1> Yep no quick win there. But I can be persistent. and after some sleep that can be tackled. Vendoring usually means that I will have to carry an own branch for a few months, based on experience. Let's see how easily that can be achieved.
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[10:05:22] <jimklimov> hello all, got a question: how safe is it nowadays to plug a backup USB disk with ZFS between an OI/OO host and a Linux host (the pool is about a year old, so no latest-day feature flags in place, I assume)? Do I risk some incompatible on-disk data, aut enabled features, etc. that would tie the backup disk to one host type?
[10:09:26] <toastersonerson1> It works. I have installed my linux and oi on the same pool :)
[10:09:45] <toastersonerson1> both boot happily if features are matching
[10:09:57] <jimklimov> Should I look for particular openzfs version?
[10:09:57] <toastersonerson1> if not one will be refusing to.
[10:10:19] <toastersonerson1> there are no versions :)
[10:10:32] <jimklimov> e.g. Debian 10 offers 0.7.12 at https://packages.debian.org/buster/zfs-dkms and presumably some newer in backports
[10:10:45] <jimklimov> https://github.com/openzfs/zfs/releases says 0.8.3
[10:10:48] <toastersonerson1> ah yes you want newest
[10:10:53] <toastersonerson1> 0.8.3
[10:17:41] <tsoome> in general, if you can avoid shared pools, then do not share.
[10:18:07] <tsoome> no-one can tell exactly what may happen.
[10:18:54] <jimklimov> curiously, my current setup with OI recently updated to current, and also newer VBox on host (6.0.x => 6.1.6), backs-up worse than it did earlier in the year with older codebase. With same HW setups, it used to successfully `znapzend` to the backup disk shared via iSCSI from a Debian10 VM (it had received USB passed through from host better than OI VM did).
[10:20:19] <jimklimov> Now with newer VBox I can attach the disk to "USB Controller" of OI VM on the fly and it is seen, but both with such direct connection and with iSCSI from Linux, there are some retries of lost writes and the OI VM stops responding or reboots after a few hours into the backup.
[10:21:03] <jimklimov> So I thought about setting up ZFS on that Debian VM and znapzend'ing over SSH so even if the backup disk is faulty and hangs its host, the OI workstation is not compromised by that.
[10:21:13] <LeftWing> VirtualBox is not a fantastic hypervisor
[10:21:41] <jimklimov> Not many are permitted on the corporate Windows laptop ;)
[10:22:00] <LeftWing> If you can get VMware I suspect it will be much better
[10:22:48] <jimklimov> and so far I had a decent track record with virtualbox on both client and server sides, and the UI integration for workstation VMs is good (seamless windows, shared disks sort of like samba but beside VM network, et al)
[10:23:25] <jimklimov> does vmware run on solaris/illumos so I can carry my machines around? ;p
[10:23:56] <LeftWing> Err, do you mean does illumos run under VMware?
[10:24:08] <jimklimov> if it can host vmware machines
[10:24:19] <LeftWing> Oh, no I don't imagine so
[10:25:21] <LeftWing> At any rate, I just suspect there is very little testing of illumos guests under different VirtualBox versions, which might explain why you're seeing poor behaviour.
[10:25:46] <LeftWing> If you can debug it a bit one imagines we can make fixes
[10:26:04] <jimklimov> "I am the testing" ;) :(
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[10:27:10] <LeftWing> It really depends on availability of the platform. I know when I was at Joyent we were mostly using VMware Fusion and some KVM/QEMU
[10:27:17] <LeftWing> for our dev/test stuff
[10:27:25] <jimklimov> Unfortunately, there is nothing in neither VBox.log files - just some events from startup, and a few hours later me closing the window when it died; and not in /var/adm/messages
[10:27:30] <LeftWing> These days I have some combination of QEMU/KVM and BHYVE
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[10:29:02] <jimklimov> I had an idea that maybe something times out and zpool safely freezes, but setting failmode=continue on both source and backup pools did not help.
[10:31:44] <LeftWing> You'll probably want to enable kmdb and the alternate break sequence
[10:32:12] <LeftWing> And then when it gets stuck, break in
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[10:32:57] <LeftWing> Look at the pool state with ::spa and ::zfs_dbgmsg
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[10:33:40] <LeftWing> If VirtualBox can drop an NMI on the guest you could set the NMI action to enter kmdb instead of needing alternate break etc
[10:33:55] <LeftWing> I think various distros have made that possible with their boot menus lately
[10:34:36] <LeftWing> I have to get to bed as it is 0134 here, but folks will know how to help with the above
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[10:37:58] <jimklimov> snv_134? oh ;p
[10:38:03] <jimklimov> thanks Josh
[10:39:00] <jimklimov> I think I'll try it again sometime overnight (workday starting here) so will see then....
[10:39:32] <EisNerd> btw is there sth like a share property for zvols?
[10:39:39] <EisNerd> would be great
[10:39:51] <jimklimov> EisNerd: like to quickly set up iSCSI?
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[10:39:55] <EisNerd> yes
[10:40:21] <jimklimov> not sure OTOH
[10:40:26] <EisNerd> btw does IllumOS iSCSI support RDMA?
[10:41:31] <EisNerd> when using devices like Intel XL710 or mlx ConnectX4-EDR VPI?
[10:41:33] <jimklimov> for me iSCSI is a lot of pain about setting up (including null-variants) of security, and who is allowed to see what, and then as a cherry on top of a lot of prelude - a target you want to share, and the client side initiator gets to discover your server in some way or another and is allowed onto this target
[10:42:19] <EisNerd> sounds like a vrey good summary
[10:42:27] <jimklimov> so I believe a "share"-like property would either be a complex one (or set of props), or would address just a small part of the picture... though stating "I want this shared" may be beneficial
[10:43:04] <sjorge> jimklimov isn't there shareiscsi property on zfs?
[10:43:08] <sjorge> I thought there was
[10:43:16] <sjorge> but probably just a nightmare/dream
[10:43:48] <EisNerd> in my world iSCSI is sth that has to be based on VLAN or VXLAN tied NICs, so access is enforced on network layer
[10:44:01] <Agnar> sjorge: it was moved from it into the comstar
[10:44:22] <jimklimov> my most recent experience was with Solaris 10 and OpenIndiana as clients (initiators) actually, to connect to 3rd-party-vendor backup systems; there was a probably irrelevant experience with a target set up in OI-151a5 or so days
[10:44:47] <EisNerd> so an shareiscsi attribute would be a lot like NFS
[10:45:00] <EisNerd> so maybe a serving IP and an allowed IP range
[10:45:01] <Agnar> EisNerd: there was one and it is gone
[10:45:38] <sjorge> Agnar comstar.... ah yes, it's comming back to me... complex multiple command thing to mark a zvol as a volume, then create a target en initiator, pair these together in a view
[10:45:54] <Agnar> sjorge: precise
[10:46:06] <jimklimov> EisNerd: what you say does make sense, like in one project I work with, the VM farm and storage for it are interconnected in the same subnet; whoever is in it - is allowed
[10:46:11] <sjorge> took me a week or so to get it right the first itme round
[10:46:13] <EisNerd> as long as you won't pay for network payload encryption, there is no real security when you don't trust your network
[10:46:15] <sjorge> Still have notes somehwere haha
[10:47:09] <EisNerd> and if you willing to pay, you can use encrypted overlay networks
[10:47:19] <jimklimov> EisNerd: that was a convoluted sentence... "if you pay for the encryption, only then it brings security" ?
[10:47:22] <EisNerd> which would provide far more security
[10:47:56] <EisNerd> if you don't trust your network
[10:48:29] <toastersonerson1> sjorge (IRC): THat was my first blog post tutorial :)
[10:48:39] <jimklimov> is it "your" network? or "owned" by someone else?
[10:48:41] <EisNerd> in a lot of iSCSI scenarios you have trustworthy network, so VLAN or VXLAN would provide a reasonable security
[10:49:42] <EisNerd> as it runs on only over your local datacenter IC and TOR switches
[10:49:43] <jimklimov> that - true
[10:50:58] <EisNerd> hm mybe VXLAN capable NICs support encryption, maybe interesting to check mlx cx4
[10:51:00] <jimklimov> but then also "if it runs using your routers doing openvpn for you" etc. also holds - performance issues aside (with any solution, some hit or overprovisioning is there)
[10:51:38] * sjorge still has not found a decent (free) initiator for macOS
[10:51:43] <sjorge> only one payed one and it;s horrible
[10:51:50] <sjorge> every minor update you have to pay again
[10:51:57] <jimklimov> and of course, how long-distance your links have to be (local LAN all on your one/few switches vs internet)
[10:52:01] <sjorge> not 10.15 -> 10.16... no no 10.16.0 to 10.16.1!
[10:52:33] <EisNerd> currently I would be interested in getting faster ZFS encryption and a better feeling if I expect too much from my new metal or where the bottle neck is
[10:52:47] <jimklimov> sjorge: I believe VirtualBox should have an initiator :-D as part of using remote storage right away as VM disk backend
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[10:53:22] <sjorge> jimklimov but would that be usable without running a vm ?
[10:53:46] <EisNerd> currently my reasonable iSCSI domain is only one HPE FF 5390 (not totally sure on the number)
[10:54:07] <jimklimov> I did want, but fail, to find an iSCSI "target" that would run on corporately-secured windows laptop though... so had to fall back to those VMs outlined above
[10:54:37] <jimklimov> sjorge: yes, probably would. But you can re-share it right? ;p
[10:54:52] <sjorge> might as wel just use nfs then
[10:55:16] <EisNerd> my boss thinks we could also use the old ProCurves but somehow I think I have to convince him that this is not a good idea
[10:55:40] <toastersonerson1> bHyve has an initiator :)
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[10:56:02] <jimklimov> EisNerd: I had some experience with them about a decade ago. Beside the (at that point 1Gbit) performance, what is the bad part of the idea?
[10:56:15] <sjorge> toastersonerson1 i think technically ed2k does :p
[10:56:50] <jimklimov> it's your switch, it can do vlans and aggregations, what's bad? just curious really :)
[10:56:52] <toastersonerson1> no there is a header inside the sources of bHyve itselv as device.
[10:57:32] <EisNerd> 1st 1x1GBit for iSCSI + network for a handful of VMs? 2nd they don't support lowlatency
[10:58:03] <EisNerd> so not a fair match when the other end operates with XL710 and NVMe SSDs in the backend
[10:58:51] <EisNerd> and even JumboFrames are tricky
[10:59:38] <jimklimov> well, 1GBit was part of my disclaimer :-) For low-latency... that was perhaps after my era as a networks admin :(
[11:00:25] <jimklimov> is that like short-circuiting this port to that port based on connection setup with less firm/software steps to move the megabits?
[11:01:15] <jimklimov> jumbos.... I think on procurve they maxed at 9000 while on our cisco switches and Intel NICs at 16Kb? is that it or something else?
[11:01:51] <jimklimov> for SSDs on backend, I think no network is a fair match
[11:01:55] <jimklimov> might be infiniband?
[11:04:51] <jimklimov> also, 1x1GBit is not necessarily the limit, if your storage and VM hosts (or VMs directly?) can aggregate, and if your MAC/IP/Port/whatever schema can allow to fan out the connections to different links
[11:05:04] <jimklimov> although yes, each one would likely be limited to 1Gbit
[11:05:35] <jimklimov> but if you run many things competing at once, and fanout happens, it does not really matter
[11:05:55] <jimklimov> for few storages and VM hosts, it does though
[11:10:57] <wilbury> is there any any example manifest for kernel driver in illumos?
[11:11:25] <wilbury> or do i have to tweak some usr/src/pkg/manifests/*.mf ?
[11:17:11] <EisNerd> jimklimov: lowlatency ~= cut-through
[11:17:30] <EisNerd> Jumbo, yes 9k I think
[11:18:13] <EisNerd> 16k I think no hardware in our DC knows about
[11:20:18] <EisNerd> my boss is quite old school, from his point of view is even an entrylevel GBit switch an over priced multiple socket-outlet
[11:21:03] <EisNerd> so he tends to buy promo pfferings from after market
[11:22:20] <jimklimov> well... there is a merit to that, if it saves his absolute buck; if you can find a way to convert this discussion to a disadvangaded buck-per-somemetric value you might convince him otherwise
[11:22:43] <EisNerd> yeah on it
[11:23:15] <jimklimov> (we don't have faster-than-gigabit links here locally, but also no hard business case compromised buy this slowness, so I am not a good teacher about this)
[11:23:45] <EisNerd> was a great thing to get him to buy the supermicro sbb I wrote about on the list
[11:23:59] <EisNerd> now we nedd to get it into action
[11:25:38] <jimklimov> looks fancy :) part of selling your ideas to the boss is getting the investment into action fast, don't distract here then :)
[11:27:47] <jimklimov> I've had some share of servers waiting on a shelf because I was assigned other priorities, and then given to another team who could actually use them, and we'd get some another year maybe... not a comfy position to be in.
[11:28:37] <jimklimov> when a set-up that should cost a day or two of attention can't get a time-slice for a few months too many...
[12:30:19] <jimklimov> hm.... I think my experiments with that backup disk have toasted it :( at least, on the logical data side
[12:30:47] <jimklimov> it could not see the partitioning table so offered to make a new one,.. in several OSes
[12:31:37] <jimklimov> I made a GPT again starting from 2048 sectors for first partition, it said it sees a ZFS header there (and kept it, I hope) but `zpool import` does not show anything
[12:32:15] <jimklimov> and such adventures being long in the past, I forgot the way to make ZFS find the pool in specified block device :-D
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[12:43:28] <jimklimov> with incantations like `zdb -L -e -ddd -vvv /dev/dsk/c3t0d0s0` the disk does blink, but sees no data or devices :\
[12:49:52] <jimklimov> I'd guess that's the end of it on this backup disk, and a start of new data history ;\
[12:50:45] <jimklimov> strange how a few freezes could do this to it though... even backup labels are not found...
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[13:17:57] <jimklimov> FWIW, Trying "UFS Explorer".... found some "Sun/FreeNAS ZFS metadata" blocks but got 8hrs to go through
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[16:49:52] <jimklimov> eh good old days... seems something during that backup disk re-plugs discarded the partitioning, and when I recreated the GPT and partition 1 (type zfs) some using same (hopefully) offsets, found a FAT32 header there. There are some 00babl0c soon after the start of such partition. Maybe I got the sizes/offsets wrong too (given that none of the labels were found). What was the simple math to try and recreate the vdev sizing from the remn
[16:49:52] <jimklimov> ants of the labels I can find with the disk scan? :-D ETOOOLD
[16:51:04] <jimklimov> they gotta have a size record in those copies, right?
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[18:08:06] <gitomat> [illumos-gate] 12553 want segment driver for vmm applications -- Patrick Mooney <pmooney at pfmooney dot com>
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[19:49:25] <toastersonerson1> All aboard the fix Train!!! Choochoo
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[21:01:20] <danmcd> (Not that I didn't know this already, but I'm testing something else, and this work got used as a side-effect.)
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[21:30:51] <LeftWing_> danmcd: Glad it is working for you!
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[22:23:32] <toastersonerson1> Hmm by chance I notices, that roseviolet.net now throws a NXDOMAIN do we need to update the link in the docs to give proper credit for the logo?
[22:24:09] <LeftWing_> toastersonerson1: For the phoenix logo?
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[22:24:24] <toastersonerson1> yep from the linked mail on that page
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[22:24:59] <LeftWing_> That's a good question. We should at least try to figure out Rowan's surname I suppose.
[22:25:07] <LeftWing_> I don't think I ever dealt with them myself.
[22:25:18] <LeftWing_> And it must have been around a decade ago now
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[22:28:02] <toastersonerson1> Probably gdamore would know I assume.
[22:29:07] <LeftWing> I imagine so -- if you reach out to him, let me know and I can update the docs site
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[22:39:07] <pmooney> To lessen the risk/work for downstream, I'm planning to RTI the bhyve-HMA changes together (12528 and 12529)
[22:39:39] <pmooney> Are there any concerns about that?
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[22:41:07] <pmooney> I will have run independent builds for each, to ensure that both patches represent valid source trees
[22:41:20] <pmooney> but merging them together will be easier for the downstream merges in omnios and smartos
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[22:49:55] <LeftWing> I think it seems fine to avoid creating multiple big merges there yeah
[22:50:10] <LeftWing> Will it have an impact on like... VirtualBox for OI or whatever?
[22:50:39] <pmooney> there will be a flag day for external HVM stuff, yeah
[22:51:02] <pmooney> well, I don't know for certain that they'll be unhappy about VMX being pre-initialized
[22:51:59] <pmooney> andyf: Do you have details about the changes which need to be made to Virtualbox that I could include in the flag-day email?
[22:52:15] <toastersonerson1> What will be the impact on virtualbox?
[22:52:19] <pmooney> (they can pull the changes necessary for KVM from the joyent copy)
[22:52:33] <pmooney> toastersonerson1: it just needs to be made aware that VMX is initialized by the kernel
[22:52:46] <toastersonerson1> Ah then we need a patch I guess
[22:53:07] <pmooney> the HMA (hypervisor management/multiplexing API) takes care of that so that bhyve/kvm/vbox don't need to (and don't try to step on each others toes)
[22:54:00] <pmooney> bhyve and KVM were made to play nice, and can be used simultaneously with the appropriate patches
[22:54:26] <pmooney> I think that was more difficult for vbox, so full exclusion is enforced (which andyf contributed)
[22:55:03] <pmooney> some of the testing done in omniosce with vbox is written up in the ticket: https://www.illumos.org/issues/12529
[22:55:38] <LeftWing> Ah so there are at least patches that exist already for OmniOS that they could probably use in OI?
[22:57:24] <pmooney> I believe so
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[23:07:58] <LeftWing> That's good
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[23:14:21] <Skoobl> Dear chatters, please remove yourselves from the #freenode channel if you are currently in there. We are working to combat bot spam, and if the users can remove themselves from that channel so that only bots remain, we can more easily execute our cleanup. Thanks! - freenode staff P.S. Fuck you.
[23:14:22] <Skoobl> Dear chatters, please remove yourselves from the #freenode channel if you are currently in there. We are working to combat bot spam, and if the users can remove themselves from that channel so that only bots remain, we can more easily execute our cleanup. Thanks! - freenode staff P.S. Fuck you.
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[23:15:27] <smablasw> Dear chatters, please remove yourselves from the #freenode channel if you are currently in there. We are working to combat bot spam, and if the users can remove themselves from that channel so that only bots remain, we can more easily execute our cleanup. Thanks! - freenode staff P.S. Fuck you.
[23:15:28] <smablasw> Dear chatters, please remove yourselves from the #freenode channel if you are currently in there. We are working to combat bot spam, and if the users can remove themselves from that channel so that only bots remain, we can more easily execute our cleanup. Thanks! - freenode staff P.S. Fuck you.
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[23:15:40] <tomww> time for an ignore message
[23:15:41] <taoklosw> Dear chatters, please remove yourselves from the #freenode channel if you are currently in there. We are working to combat bot spam, and if the users can remove themselves from that channel so that only bots remain, we can more easily execute our cleanup. Thanks! - freenode staff P.S. Fuck you.
[23:15:42] <taoklosw> Dear chatters, please remove yourselves from the #freenode channel if you are currently in there. We are working to combat bot spam, and if the users can remove themselves from that channel so that only bots remain, we can more easily execute our cleanup. Thanks! - freenode staff P.S. Fuck you.
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[23:16:12] <Equeyo> Dear chatters, please remove yourselves from the #freenode channel if you are currently in there. We are working to combat bot spam, and if the users can remove themselves from that channel so that only bots remain, we can more easily execute our cleanup. Thanks! - freenode staff P.S. Fuck you.
[23:16:13] <Equeyo> Dear chatters, please remove yourselves from the #freenode channel if you are currently in there. We are working to combat bot spam, and if the users can remove themselves from that channel so that only bots remain, we can more easily execute our cleanup. Thanks! - freenode staff P.S. Fuck you.
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[23:16:58] <Blopr> Dear chatters, please remove yourselves from the #freenode channel if you are currently in there. We are working to combat bot spam, and if the users can remove themselves from that channel so that only bots remain, we can more easily execute our cleanup. Thanks! - freenode staff P.S. Fuck you.
[23:16:59] <Blopr> Dear chatters, please remove yourselves from the #freenode channel if you are currently in there. We are working to combat bot spam, and if the users can remove themselves from that channel so that only bots remain, we can more easily execute our cleanup. Thanks! - freenode staff P.S. Fuck you.
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[23:19:04] <Ifripr> Dear chatters, please remove yourselves from the #freenode channel if you are currently in there. We are working to combat bot spam, and if the users can remove themselves from that channel so that only bots remain, we can more easily execute our cleanup. Thanks! - freenode staff P.S. Fuck you.
[23:19:05] <Ifripr> Dear chatters, please remove yourselves from the #freenode channel if you are currently in there. We are working to combat bot spam, and if the users can remove themselves from that channel so that only bots remain, we can more easily execute our cleanup. Thanks! - freenode staff P.S. Fuck you.
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[23:19:59] <LeftWing> Sigh
[23:20:40] <tomww> I'm trying this now: /ignore -regexp -pattern 'Dear chatters, please remove yourselves' *
[23:20:48] <Riastradh> /mode #illumos +q $~a
[23:21:11] <Riastradh> will silence unregistered users (which is annoying for people who prefer to be anonymous but it's usually effective at quelling these spam attacks temporarily).
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