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[00:05:45] <LeftWing> lol I guess I'm done with that thread
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[00:10:05] <gitomat> [illumos-gate] 12715 Update tzdata to 2020a -- Andy Fiddaman <omnios at citrus-it dot co.uk>
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[00:22:05] <neirac> tsoome you are doing a great job, keep doing it, this kind of drama is exhausting, from my point of view at least in my case I spend my free time working on illumos when I could be working on other systems, so is kind of disappointing of seeing this kind of replies from an old hand. Maybe I'm overreacting, but that touched a nerve.
[00:23:45] <rmustacc> I don't think it's wrong to be frustrated, neirac. But I also think, as folks pointed out here, that a large number of us all support Toomas and don't feel the same way.
[00:32:40] <gitomat> [illumos-gate] 12718 LDT overlap with TSS reintroduced in 12608 -- Patrick Mooney <pmooney at pfmooney dot com>
[00:55:48] <LeftWing> neirac: If you're feeling disenfranchised please let us know
[00:55:59] <LeftWing> That is, not necessarily now but ever
[01:00:33] * sjorge is excessing restraint from replying to that thread
[01:00:47] <sjorge> As nothing good will come of it
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[01:02:33] <LeftWing> This is a community, and sometimes people don't behave in a harmonious fashion -- but we can all do better and at the end of the day, if the choice is one grumpy old hand vs a stream of newcomers, we have to prioritise the newcomers eventually
[01:02:44] <LeftWing> Or it's goodnight Irene
[01:14:04] <LeftWing> tsoome: Incidentally you can just link to https://code.illumos.org/q/status:open+owner:tsoome%2540me.com haha
[01:14:49] <LeftWing> Apparently you can add "hashtags" to commits now too
[01:14:58] <LeftWing> And then presents a URL that searches on them
[01:15:03] <LeftWing> That's pretty cool
[01:15:23] <LeftWing> "status:open hashtag:sparc" or something
[01:21:36] <sjorge> LeftWing: that pretty much sums up what I was going to write before I delete the mail because it was less polished
[01:22:42] <sjorge> Also currently a lot of illumos is held up by a few companies using it, which is great! But if they all pull out and there are few or no people working on it in there free time it will indeed fizzle out
[01:25:53] <LeftWing> Companies who frankly keep a lot to themselves at least some of the time
[01:26:03] <LeftWing> It's not like Nexenta and RackTop are bursting with changes themselves
[01:26:23] <LeftWing> It's always a balance
[01:26:42] <sjorge> Indeed
[01:27:02] <sjorge> Also the need for a very scrutinizing 2nd review requires
[01:27:12] <LeftWing> You don't need a second review
[01:27:36] <LeftWing> You need one qualified review, and one advocate
[01:27:56] <sjorge> For upstream commits to be pulled in to there tree, is a bit disappointing as that seem to me little trust is placed in the current advocates and rules that he himself helped layout
[01:28:40] <LeftWing> Oh you mean they're apparently re-reviewing everything?
[01:28:45] <pmooney> sjorge: I don't think the current process is a hindrance at all
[01:29:01] <sjorge> LeftWing: yes
[01:29:03] <LeftWing> Yeah I thought that was an odd assertion. We front-load that so that everybody benefits
[01:29:11] <LeftWing> Seems a waste to do it again
[01:29:24] <LeftWing> But I'm not going to make him eat his vegetables lol
[01:29:27] <sjorge> pmooney: same, I find the flow and quality of feedback from reviewers and advocates to be excellent
[01:29:28] <pmooney> giving folks push access has been a bit win
[01:29:33] <pmooney> *big
[01:29:36] <LeftWing> I already have a toddler to look after
[01:30:05] <sjorge> LeftWing: hens the disappointment
[01:30:10] <LeftWing> Yeah for a one-liner that someone has reasonably reviewed, and which it's clear touches only SPARC, all I really have to say is "OK"
[01:30:28] <pmooney> free the advocates from doing all that mechanical work themselves at the "cost" of trusting upstanding members of the community
[01:34:02] <sjorge> pmooney: I have no issues with the current way things work, having recently got a commit in myself. Took a bit of reading and a few questions in IRC. But all in all not a lot more so than committing to saltstack or such.
[01:34:47] <pmooney> getting a workspace to build and test the change was the hardest part for me
[01:35:07] <pmooney> the rest of the process (review and approval) is a piece of cake
[01:35:12] <sjorge> Yes
[01:35:57] <sjorge> The workspace is the hardest part
[01:36:04] <pmooney> and considering how critical that testing is to ensure a quality artifact, requiring it is not unresonable
[01:36:08] <sjorge> And also the most frustrating tbh
[01:36:12] <pmooney> yep!
[01:36:24] <pmooney> I personally loath dealing with IPS
[01:36:26] <ypankov> So, do I *have* to update the gerrit with reviewed by and stuff, or I can leave it as it is when submitting the change for RTI?
[01:36:59] <pmooney> ypankov: as long as it appears in the commit when pushed, I don't see why you'd have to update gerrit
[01:37:09] <sjorge> doing a SmartOS pi is like a 8/10 on easy of doing, vanilla gate... like a 4/10
[01:37:25] <pmooney> although I like to update gerrit just out of habit
[01:37:31] <ypankov> well, may be someone is comparing the commits or takes the commit from gerrit tree, not sure :)
[01:37:49] <sjorge> ypankov: I added it on the local branch before generating the patch I send for RTI
[01:38:16] <sjorge> And I did not push to gerrit because that wipes the +1’s
[01:38:21] <pmooney> if I were going to email a `git format-patch` artifact, I would update it to include all the Reviewed by: stuff
[01:38:33] <pmooney> so it was basically ready to go in
[01:38:43] <sjorge> But I’m of to bed, it’s 1:38 am here
[01:38:52] <ypankov> yep, that's what I'm going to do
[01:39:06] <ypankov> sjorge: no, it's 2:38 am here!
[01:40:28] <pmooney> ypankov: I hope the bhyve stuff coming down the pipe hasn't been a pain for OI?
[01:41:26] <LeftWing> ypankov: If you're mailing a patch just make sure the patch/mail is correct, I would say
[01:42:22] <LeftWing> My goal is for us to use Gerrit to actually do the push more completely without the futzing around with mail, at which point it'll be on either you/us/a bot to fix it up anyway
[01:42:53] <ypankov> pmooney: you must have mistaken me for Alexander, I'm not working on OI :)
[01:43:13] <ypankov> LeftWing: got it.
[01:43:31] <LeftWing> pmooney: Suspect you're looking for leoric
[01:43:53] <pmooney> ah
[01:44:09] <pmooney> well, whoever!
[01:44:13] <LeftWing> Ha
[01:44:15] <pmooney> sorry for mixing folks up
[01:44:35] * pmooney is glad that illumos distro armbands aren't required in this establishment
[01:45:59] <LeftWing> We should get lodge hats
[01:58:54] <andyf> pmooney you don't like IPS? I'd never have noticed :)
[01:59:23] <andyf> but at least we did make setting up a build environment on omnios a bit easier as a result of your pain there
[01:59:36] <andyf> Tomorrow's update will have them in
[01:59:40] <andyf> Well, today's now..
[02:01:05] <andyf> LeftWing - I imagine most regular contributors have things scripted anyway. My RTI mails are auto-generated.
[02:01:24] <andyf> My push-to-gate stuff is derived from jlevon's..
[02:01:35] <LeftWing> I type mine out generally, but I start with my previous "rti.eml" file haha
[02:02:22] <pmooney> andyf: I definitely appreciate all the work y'all have done to make omnios a suitable build/test environment
[02:02:42] <andyf> I just get mutt to build it with the pbchk, mail_msg, whatchanged, Cc to reviewers etc.. already there for me
[02:03:08] <pmooney> I start with a previous one, so I don't need to look up the URL syntax for the commit in gerrit
[02:03:25] <pmooney> then copy/paste the right IDs into it, and add necessary commentary
[02:03:42] <LeftWing> The /~diff/$sha thing is a rewrite rule I wrote so I can at least remember that part haha
[02:04:19] <andyf> [ ! -s $d/pbchk ] && echo && echo "pbchk is clean."
[02:04:22] <andyf> Gems like that :)
[02:04:30] <LeftWing> lol
[02:04:48] <LeftWing> Now you're thinking with portals
[02:05:16] <LeftWing> I look forward to adding more voting labels to gerrit for things like that
[02:05:29] <LeftWing> So that a bot can do the moral equivalent of `echo "pbchk is clean."`
[02:06:40] <andyf> well, if it is not clean, then the script attaches it
[02:06:56] <andyf> Doing everything through Gerrit is probably going to lower the bar a bit though
[02:06:59] <ypankov> andyf: reading the above, I should now be able to build *and* install vanilla illumos-gate on omnios? I had some issues previously, though I forgotten what those were (probably some software linking to omnios-only libs?)
[02:07:09] <andyf> As long as I can actually get used to it
[02:07:21] <andyf> ypankov - yes, build and onu to it
[02:07:46] <ypankov> good, oi seems to bring too many desktop stuff for such task.
[02:07:51] <andyf> There were problems in the past with omnios having 64-bit perl and gate having 32-bit things
[02:08:08] <LeftWing> andyf: I patched it so that Peter can use it on his ancient Firefox, so, I'm willing to help where I can haha
[02:08:20] <andyf> and something else I can't remember (dbus related I think)
[02:08:34] <pmooney> ypankov: I've been doing all of my gate builds and testing on omnios
[02:08:35] <andyf> but after tomorrow's update, onu will even work if you have zones on the development system
[02:08:49] <LeftWing> Well done
[02:08:58] <ypankov> thank guys.
[02:09:02] <ypankov> thanks too :)
[02:09:22] * LeftWing is currently part way through learning how to build OI from scratch haha
[02:09:44] <andyf> LeftWing - I recently had to learn how to add the bhyve firmware package... interesting build system!
[02:10:30] <LeftWing> It's actually pretty good, the only challenge is what's always a challenge: the little edge cases
[02:10:54] <LeftWing> The parts that people who do this already know, but which aren't obvious immediately otherwise
[02:11:46] <LeftWing> Right now it seems to be that the packages they use to determine what goes into an ISO are locked against the gate version running on the build system -- which makes sense, but wasn't initially obvious to me
[02:11:46] <ypankov> Interesting, having a VM with 8GB of RAM, and 16 cores, nightly just make it hang from time to time; still can type a login on console, but it also hangs after pressing enter
[02:12:03] <ypankov> I guess it runs out of memory and swap?
[02:12:08] <LeftWing> It would be interesting to know if it's in swap death yes
[02:12:13] <andyf> ypankov - most likely, yes.
[02:12:21] <LeftWing> release bits, not DEBUG, right?
[02:12:22] <andyf> While we are near the topic...
[02:12:32] <ypankov> debug (always debug)
[02:12:35] <LeftWing> oh god
[02:12:42] <LeftWing> that is not enough RAM
[02:12:54] <LeftWing> Constrain your parallelism to a very small number
[02:13:30] <andyf> I've tested my gate pkglint change on omnios and openindiana.. is there anything else that builds gate AND builds the IPS packages from it?
[02:13:33] <LeftWing> The kmem debugging overhead is huge
[02:13:53] <ypankov> LeftWing: got it, thanks
[02:13:55] <LeftWing> andyf: Nothing that I'm aware of
[02:14:18] <LeftWing> Well, not that's open source anyway
[02:14:41] <LeftWing> If you've got OmniOS and OI covered I'd say you're doing fine
[02:15:56] <andyf> I wanted to test with both since pkglint is coming from the host, and the list of ignored dependencies has to cover both
[02:16:32] <LeftWing> Well thank you for doing that
[02:21:29] <andyf> np - it was an interesting journey too. I didn't really have a handle on how package publication was handled before
[02:40:36] <neirac> LefWing sure, but I don't feel like that. There is more work being done for illumos these days is great, just the garret's comment was out of place I even remembered the opensxce fights long time ago. the mailing list are more civil now.
[02:43:20] <LeftWing> Oof, that was a particularly bad scuffle back the
[02:43:21] <LeftWing> n
[02:46:12] <neirac> LeftWing, yeah, things are a lot better today
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[03:32:25] <gitomat> [illumos-gate] 12612 import Pluribus bhyve port -- Tycho Nightingale <tycho.nightingale at pluribusnetworks dot com>
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[04:37:52] <gitomat> [illumos-gate] 12671 hcksum routines are too verbose -- Patrick Mooney <pmooney at pfmooney dot com>
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[07:08:46] <gitomat> [illumos-gate] 12710 loader: vdev_read() can corrupt memory -- Toomas Soome <tsoome at me dot com>
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[07:13:48] <gitomat> [illumos-gate] 12655 niagara: NULL pointer errors -- Toomas Soome <tsoome at me dot com>
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[07:17:18] <gitomat> [illumos-gate] 12538 ldmad: NULL pointer errors -- Toomas Soome <tsoome at me dot com>
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[08:02:26] <gitomat> [illumos-gate] 12543 chxge: NULL pointer errors -- Toomas Soome <tsoome at me dot com>
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[08:31:44] <gitomat> [illumos-gate] 12544 e1000g: NULL pointer errors -- Toomas Soome <tsoome at me dot com>
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[11:42:50] <leons> New to illumos. I'm powering down my HDDs with device-thresholds in the powerd configuration. That works quite well. Is there any way I can query the drive power status without spinning them up?
[11:43:54] <leons> Already tried smartctl -n, but that does spin up the drives, regardless that the manpage says it doesn't
[11:45:36] <toastersonerson> leons (IRC): That will depend on the drive manufacturer and the driver. What drives are that? SATA, SAS, SCSI?
[11:46:07] <toastersonerson> Does the drive manufacturer note support for this feature?
[11:47:09] <leons> I'm using SATA drives. I had that working under Linux, so I guess there has to be a way. Just a question of how many hacks hdparm employs to do that :)
[11:47:55] <leons> The drivers are fairly standard consumer NAS drives - WD Red, Seagate IronWolf
[11:48:56] <toastersonerson> Yeah sombody with knowledge of the driver will have to answer if we support that in this case. Can you find out which SATA commands hdparm sends to make it work and if smartctl on linux works? It could also be that smartctl does not support the correct SATA command.
[11:50:35] <toastersonerson> The query command for the disks should be a passthrough to the disk directly though and not be issued by the driver come to think of it.
[11:50:35] <leons> That seems resonable, I'll try to debug that though I'm not familiar with those areas. Thanks toastersonerson
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[11:52:46] <leons> I though I missed a status or query command of powerd. I was under the impression that to know when to reduce the power level, powerd would need to know about the drive power status anyways
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[11:54:48] <toastersonerson> Powerd is for the whole system. We do not have power management in our kernel (Although we have a facility for it) The first question is heavily disk related and thus probably not platform specific.
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[12:43:49] <EisNerd> pwinder: maybe I can try your stuff today
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[12:55:11] <EisNerd> pwinder: btw do you have any nvme performance fixes not in gate master so far?
[12:56:02] <EisNerd> pwinder: or any recommendation of a live env to get some reference numbers for this box?
[12:59:58] <EisNerd> pwinder: looks like we have to do some analysis
[13:00:31] <EisNerd> pwinder: with your stuff in place it doesn't list any devices
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[13:01:51] <EisNerd> pwinder: ok obviously, it fails to load the module
[13:03:15] <EisNerd> pwinder: details in query
[13:09:51] <EisNerd> some ideas to symbol 'bd_device_info_change'? Maybe a change my code misses?
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[13:59:57] <toastersonerson> LeftWing (IRC): Did you spin out your loud-init code into your own repo? I wanted to try a bit of rust programming.
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[15:15:55] <pwinder> EisNerd: No more uncommitted NVMe work ... I don't have access to h/w (nor time!) anymore
[15:27:47] <pwinder> EisNerd: For benchmarking and stress testing I use(d) vdbench: https://www.oracle.com/downloads/server-storage/vdbench-downloads.html
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[16:37:02] <tsoome> jlevon, there is a small issue, I think you are interested to know about:)
[16:37:07] <jlevon> oh?
[16:37:27] <tsoome> the zip in seg_kmem.h:)
[16:37:34] <tsoome> zvp
[16:37:41] <tsoome> stupid spellers:D
[16:37:59] <tsoome> it is also used in hat_sfmmu.c
[16:40:47] <jlevon> a simple fix right?
[16:41:06] <tsoome> I think it should be, yes
[16:41:13] <tsoome> will see soon:)
[16:41:25] <jlevon> ok, sorry about that. let me know when you have a gerrit ;)
[16:42:08] <tsoome> np at all. I think igork did step on it first, though
[16:45:28] <jlevon> don't really care about that
[16:46:01] <sjorge> jbk did the vioblk stuff already land?
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[16:50:41] <jbk> not yet
[16:50:43] <jbk> still under review
[16:51:21] <rmustacc> I should get back to that today. Sorry for the delay, got a bit caught up by bge.
[16:51:25] <jbk> np
[16:52:04] <jbk> i was delayed in getting back to your most recent comments since trying to get some of those openzfs bits moved over led down a bit of a rabbit hole
[16:52:21] <jbk> (in that to get X, it was easier to first get Y in, ...)
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[18:22:50] <gitomat> [illumos-gate] 12705 remove __builtin_alloca() declaration from string.h -- John Levon <john.levon at joyent dot com>
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[18:41:08] <gitomat> [illumos-gate] 12597 want libutempter -- Yuri Pankov <ypankov at fastmail dot com>
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[18:56:38] <KungFuJesus> tsoome: new T4-1 is here, awaiting your OI ISO :)
[18:57:55] <tsoome> hm, you can try the iso you already have, making new one will take some time as we need to fix DC first:)
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[19:12:04] <KungFuJesus> will it work in a T4? What SAS controller does it use?
[19:12:07] <KungFuJesus> I thought it was an MPT-SAS one
[19:12:20] <KungFuJesus> I'd like it on bare metal, don't want to have to rely on Oracle supporting it
[19:12:39] <tsoome> you can try:)
[19:17:32] <v_a_b> KungFuJesus Why not try v9os while you wait? ;-)
[19:19:24] <KungFuJesus> eh, not a huge fan of v9 packaging to be honest
[19:19:31] <v_a_b> ???
[19:20:14] <v_a_b> https://sourceforge.net/projects/v9os/files/
[19:21:33] <KungFuJesus> I prefer IPS to SVR4 packaging
[19:42:08] <ypankov> last I tried it didn't boot for me on t5220, so I got rid of that piece of ancient history
[19:42:32] <ypankov> but yes, it says it's IPS
[19:42:54] <igork> ypankov: what do you have on your T5220?
[19:43:10] <ypankov> Nothing, it's collecting dust in cellar
[19:43:47] <ypankov> I bought it for like $150, so no big deal :D
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[19:48:04] <gitomat> [illumos-gate] 12539 mdb: NULL pointer errors -- Toomas Soome <tsoome at me dot com>
[19:53:44] <KungFuJesus> I hear the T4 is way better :)
[19:56:54] <v_a_b> ypankov v9os runs on a T5120 here.
[19:58:00] <ypankov> v_a_b: I meant the installer, at least, it would whine about usb, and my only option was usd cd reader
[19:58:07] <ypankov> USB, too
[19:58:28] <gitomat> [illumos-gate] 12644 vdc: NULL pointer errors -- Toomas Soome <tsoome at me dot com>
[19:58:41] <v_a_b> ypankov Yes, that is unfortunately true ATM. So I run a minimal control domain with Solaris 11.3 and several v9os LDOMs.
[19:58:42] <ypankov> After spending several days on it, I decided that I'm not that interested in sparc anyway :)
[19:59:40] <v_a_b> I did burn a CD anyway because I also run it on a V210.
[20:00:13] <v_a_b> Friend of mine is working on newer gcc versions. Problem is that we don't really know where to host the p5p files.
[20:00:44] <v_a_b> And p5p isn't ideal anyway, a public repo would be much better.
[20:01:24] <gitomat> [illumos-gate] 12650 ds: smatch and NULL pointer errors -- Toomas Soome <tsoome at me dot com>
[20:04:08] <gitomat> [illumos-gate] 12610 rmcadm: NULL pointer errors -- Toomas Soome <tsoome at me dot com>
[20:11:20] <gitomat> [illumos-gate] 12554 want sdev plugin framework -- Robert Mustacchi <rm at joyent dot com>
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[20:24:04] <KungFuJesus> Ugh, G5 decided this week was the week for the liquid cooling system to stop working
[20:24:42] <KungFuJesus> don't see any visible leaks and none of the tubing feels wet, but I do smell a suspiciously Propylene Glycol-like odor right now
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[20:38:00] <KungFuJesus> tsoome: oh yeah, definitely looks like the T4 is SAS2008 based
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[20:59:08] <KungFuJesus> wow, they really upped the number of tests at boot up since the T@
[20:59:10] <KungFuJesus> t2*
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[21:02:53] <ypankov> What are you running on G5?
[21:06:00] <KungFuJesus> Gentoo Linux at the moment, only thing that really still supports it
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[21:12:34] <KungFuJesus> hmm, I'll give v9os a go, I guess
[21:12:40] <KungFuJesus> how does it differ from OI?
[21:12:47] <KungFuJesus> other than SPARC support, obviously
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[21:13:28] <ypankov> I think it uses omnios-build (or its derivative) to build packages
[21:13:49] <KungFuJesus> ah, is there a repo hosted anywhere I could use that regularly builds packages?
[21:19:19] <KungFuJesus> and does it support mpt-sas controllers?
[21:19:47] <ypankov> just try it? :) seems to be the easiest option
[21:20:31] <KungFuJesus> repo archive is from 2 years ago, though
[21:21:51] <jollyd> KungFuJesus: otherwise maybe keep in touch with tsoome regarding his OI SPARC effort, probably the best way to get a maintained repo in the long run
[21:27:23] <KungFuJesus> tsoome: what's DC in this context? Disk controller?
[21:27:33] <KungFuJesus> I thought you had fixed that issue?
[21:27:44] <KungFuJesus> or do you mean dc the program?
[21:27:44] <jollyd> KungFuJesus: Distro Constructor
[21:28:04] <jollyd> KungFuJesus: the program that generates installation images
[21:31:17] <ypankov> How can I make a boot entry always boot with -k?
[21:33:34] <KungFuJesus> tsoome: is there anything I can do to help?
[21:33:45] <tsoome> KungFuJesus distributor constructor, thats the tool we use to generate iso/usb images
[21:34:36] <tsoome> ypankov, add boot-args=-k to /boot/conf.d/boot-args (or whatever the file name you like)
[21:34:52] <ypankov> Got it, thank you!
[21:35:19] <tsoome> yw
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[21:42:30] <KungFuJesus> do you have an issue filed maybe that describes the issue you're seeing with DC?
[21:43:32] <tsoome> no, I haven't had time, it must be related to python3, however
[21:44:16] <tsoome> got log:
[21:44:17] <tsoome> more /tmp/install_log
[21:44:17] <tsoome> <TIZFM_E May 7 06:12:06> TI_ATTR_ZFS_FS_NAMES attribute not provided, but requi
[21:44:17] <tsoome> red
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[21:45:02] <KungFuJesus> I assume this won't cross compile from an x86 machine?
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[21:46:26] <KungFuJesus> or is the issue a bug on all platforms? :)
[21:46:28] <jollyd> I am not aware of any cross-compilation toolchain on OI. I only got x86-> sparc, aarch64 but never pushed it.
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[21:57:49] <tsoome> in fact both x86 and sparc are broken same way
[21:58:16] <KungFuJesus> Hah cool, platform independent bug. I can't find it in oi-userland, is the source actually in illumos-gate?
[21:59:11] <rmustacc> Source for which part?
[21:59:23] <KungFuJesus> distro_const
[21:59:25] <tsoome> slim_source actually, but it is built via userland too
[21:59:58] <KungFuJesus> since it's mostly a tooling issue, I suspect it's probably a bug that will be in userspace
[22:01:27] <KungFuJesus> oh it's in another repo
[22:01:49] <KungFuJesus> just saw that in the makefile
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[22:03:56] <toastersonerson> tsoome (IRC): that looks like a problem with the pyzfs module not being loaded properly
[22:06:01] <tsoome> ye, definitely would explain why it is complaining about missing rpool:)
[22:06:12] <KungFuJesus> looks like it's sourced in initially from a dictionary in python and you guys have c wrappers to access these things as name value pairs
[22:10:52] <toastersonerson> pyzfs is a pythob wrapper around libzfs built from gate
[22:10:59] <toastersonerson> *python
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[22:18:17] <KungFuJesus> leveraging ctypes or CPython API directly?
[22:23:30] <KungFuJesus> wow, import zfs on py3 is barren for OI
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[22:25:22] <pmooney> papertigers: https://github.com/tokio-rs/tokio/commit/67220eac37b77abb29cab693083694686c487d5f
[22:26:15] <papertigers> awesome, I was playing with LeftWing's build of rustup recently
[22:33:09] <papertigers> pmooney: was actually just looking at my nix crate hack job. Going to work on modernizing that this week and adding the cfg illumos bits
[22:44:05] <gitomat> [illumos-gate] 12645 vds: smatch and NULL pointer errors -- Toomas Soome <tsoome at me dot com>
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[22:57:55] <gitomat> [illumos-gate] 12674 want mac rx barrier function -- Patrick Mooney <pmooney at pfmooney dot com>
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[23:54:22] <LeftWing> papertigers: Neat! Going well so far?
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