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[09:23:33] <ypankov> jollyd: what is the point of binaries in /usr/bin/amd64 where their /usr/bin counterpart is NOT a isaexec link?
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[09:58:14] <richlowe> some stuff re-execs, some things we ship a 64bit version but don't automatically use it
[09:59:35] <richlowe> we really should just ship the things where it doesn't matter in /bin and drop the 32bit ones at this point
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[10:43:21] <am11> moi :)
[10:47:14] <am11> i am trying to find out some api to gather network (tcp and ip) statistics.
[10:47:43] <am11> is there something like kstat for networking?
[10:48:07] <am11> on linux, there is sysctlbyname("net.inet.tcp.stats",...) and friends.
[10:51:47] <ptribble> all the network stats are exposed as kstats
[10:52:12] <ptribble> you're probably interested in the ones in the mib2 class
[10:52:45] <ptribble> you can see those interactively with 'kstat -c mib2'
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[13:02:06] <jollyd> ypankov: it made sense for foo-config binaries used to query the configuration of libraries or python/perl/... modules but since we move to 64-bit interpreters and 64-bit binaries by default it is mainly relics...
[13:03:27] <jollyd> ypankov: nowadays anytime we update a package we make it 64-bit only or put the binary in /usr/bin
[13:03:50] <jollyd> if you encounter one that does not follow the rule then it just means that it has not been converted yet
[13:13:05] <jollyd> ypankov: for some other things it is due to dependencies... like for this icu update I do not have time to check all the dependencies that possibly make use of the 32-bit version...
[13:13:08] <jollyd> :(
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[13:14:17] <jollyd> and unfortunately LibreOffice was packaged as 32-bit :(
[13:14:22] <jollyd> so it is a pain
[13:16:44] <ypankov> Got it.
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[13:40:18] <jollyd> ypankov: actually thank you for asking, you made me realize that I can probably fix this without too much trouble
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[14:34:45] <sjorge> Alright, enough messing about today! the USB device no longer crashes the kernel when plugged in!
[14:35:13] <sjorge> I did have most tx/rx/control functions as just return ALL OK
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[15:13:35] <ypankov> jollyd: Great :) I was just checking if any of OI components are using isaexec, and it doesn't seem they do though.
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[15:18:43] <jollyd> ypankov: we removed isaexec use over the years
[15:19:03] <jollyd> ypankov: it was quite useful back then but not so much now
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[15:37:47] <ypankov> I wonder why we aren't using the VPATH feature and rather do "%.o: ../../../uts/common/os/%.c" along with repeating rules instead?
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[16:00:01] <tsoome> I did play with VPATH a bit, but it felt odd
[16:00:55] <ypankov> It's used everywhere with bmake, so it's surprising it feels odd to you.
[16:01:11] <ypankov> (It's just PATH there, but still the same)
[16:01:47] <tsoome> :D
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[18:47:29] <tsoome> ypankov, I think it would be nice to get obj tree separated from source tree, but at that point, I did figure it was better to follow the logic of the rest of the tree.
[18:56:02] <ypankov> tsoome: I'm playing around with bmake, and e.g. the following allows both dmake and bmake to build smatch, and looks a bit cleaner IMO: https://pastebin.com/eBJFQBHU
[18:58:22] <tsoome> thats nice.
[18:59:35] <jollyd> clean :)
[19:08:38] <rmustacc> I would suggest even if we get rid of consumers of it, one doesn't remove the actual isaexec binary.
[19:09:13] <rmustacc> As other folks have used it over the years in distros and other places. But that little bit of C code doesn't hurt.
[19:09:15] <ypankov> rmustacc: agreed.
[19:09:24] <rmustacc> But there are caes where you're going to need 32-bit and 64-bit versions of thigns still.
[19:09:29] <rmustacc> Like many of the ptools and mdb.
[19:09:35] <rmustacc> So you're not going to get rid of everything.
[19:09:42] <rmustacc> But they also will often exec themselves.
[19:10:17] <rmustacc> So while isaexec is a defalut, it doesn't mean that all 32-bit/64-bit paths will disappear.
[19:10:42] <rmustacc> Regardless of whether we have 32-bit binaries or not, tools like mdb should still support 32-bit softwaer.
[19:10:45] <rmustacc> *software
[19:10:59] <ypankov> You need to use 32bit mdb for 32bit processes?
[19:11:06] <rmustacc> Yes.
[19:11:10] <rmustacc> That is how it's implemented.
[19:11:21] <ypankov> And same for ptools?
[19:11:23] <rmustacc> Same is true for a number of other libraries and things.
[19:11:49] <rmustacc> That doesn't impact isaexec.
[19:11:55] <rmustacc> But it means that you can't just burn the world.
[19:12:29] <ypankov> At least I can have one /usr/bin/w that is 64bit, and not a link to isaexec
[19:12:44] <rmustacc> Correct.
[19:13:20] <rmustacc> Though I would consider whether we want to structure things such as to ever allow a 32-bit port again or not. But something to think about and if we want a major policy shift, worthy of an ipd.
[19:13:41] <rmustacc> But for things like, w, where it has to match the bitness of the kernel, seems mostly reasonable.
[19:13:55] <rmustacc> There are other cases though where the address space limits are somewhat important for responsiveness, accidentally.
[19:13:59] <rmustacc> For example, sorting in ls.
[19:14:24] <alanc> Yeah, we got rid of most links to /usr/lib/isaexec but left it around since others could have linked to it themselves
[19:14:25] <rmustacc> If you have the 64-bit only version of it, you can exhaust memory much faster due to it trying to sort everything in a larger address space.
[19:14:52] <rmustacc> Mostly just trying to say there are trade offs and just worth thinking through.
[19:15:13] <rmustacc> And we need to go manually inspect a lot of code to make it 64-bit safe that we haven't today.
[19:15:16] <ypankov> ls is 32bit and is not a link to isaexec
[19:15:32] <ypankov> So that's separate.
[19:15:38] <rmustacc> I was talking more generally.
[19:16:32] <rmustacc> As there's both a usr/bin/ls and a /usr/bin/$(ARCH64)/ls.
[19:18:04] <alanc> in theory, isaexec can be used for other things besides 32-vs-64 bit, if there's some ISA extension that makes sense to compile a whole separate binary for, but in practice, no one does that
[19:18:26] <rmustacc> Yes. I expect if we had been earlier to ARM, one might have done that for armv6 vs. armv7.
[19:19:14] <rmustacc> It actually is a pretty interesting model of flexibility.
[19:19:37] <rmustacc> But also, the linker features thta allow for relocation based on hw caps are also a nice bit of flexiblity here.
[19:20:17] <tsoome> ls can be fixed:)
[19:20:49] <rmustacc> Sure, someone can look at redoing the sorting to not explode 64-bit memory usage.
[19:21:10] <rmustacc> None of these are blockers. Just pointing out that it's not as straightforward in some cases.
[19:21:44] <tsoome> ypankov yep.
[19:21:48] <tsoome> oops.
[19:21:50] <rmustacc> Which again, isn't true for the isaexec case.
[19:22:01] <tsoome> ypankov how about https://code.illumos.org/c/illumos-gate/+/702 ?:)
[19:22:10] * ypankov fixes tsoome
[19:29:30] <tsoome> rmustacc about CCVERBOSE, if I file the issue, and set those NULL pointer issues to be related to it, is it enough?
[19:30:06] <tsoome> I mean, we have CCVERBOSE all over the tree..
[19:30:09] <rmustacc> Either that or including it as a second bug id in the message.
[19:30:19] <rmustacc> I understand.
[19:30:33] <rmustacc> Not trying to say don't fix it, just that the way it's done leads someone to think it's for the wrong reason.
[19:31:02] <rmustacc> Because of the unfortunate misleading comments above the cflags bits.
[19:31:20] <rmustacc> If we're going to do piecewise commits, which is fine, the message should reflect everything that we're doing.
[19:31:43] <rmustacc> At least, in my opinion.
[19:31:56] <ypankov> tsoome: I'm not sure, does it really need fixing? If so, I'll let someone else +1 it.
[19:33:27] <rmustacc> Is this 12790?
[19:33:39] <ypankov> Yes.
[19:33:56] <rmustacc> I had noticed that as well and actually wanted to fix it too.
[19:34:01] <rmustacc> Because it makes it harder to find real errors in the log.
[19:34:06] <tsoome> it is noise in nightly.log, I often search for *** Error
[19:34:16] <rmustacc> Yup, exactly.
[19:34:21] <rmustacc> I'll take a look at that tsoome.
[19:34:30] <tsoome> thanks:)
[19:34:37] <ypankov> Good, solved.
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[19:55:37] <gitomat> [illumos-gate] 12808 sun4u/unix: this 'if' clause does not guard -- Toomas Soome <tsoome at me dot com>
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[22:30:42] <sjorge> pmooney: figured out the VNC problem, it the color pallet. Using a full range pallet of 'milions' works fine
[22:30:56] <sjorge> Some clients that's only support 'thousands' corrupt the buffer and make the vnc socket break
[22:31:06] <sjorge> I wonder if it is also upstream
[22:31:11] <sjorge> but no freebsd bhyve to test
[22:38:00] <wilbury> i've had similar problem with bhyve on freebsd, had to switch quality to "medium"
[22:38:17] <wilbury> otherwise vnc just choked and won't display anything
[22:41:21] <wilbury> sjorge: ^^^
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[23:00:20] <sjorge> Good to know
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