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[00:01:10] <TyrfingMjolnir> I do diskinfo
[00:01:20] <Caius> Yeah, p0 is the device. p1+ are the partitions on it iirc
[00:01:26] <TyrfingMjolnir> SCSI    c2t0d0                  SanDisk  Ultra Fit          29.83 GiB   yes no
[00:01:57] <TyrfingMjolnir> time bzcat smartos-latest-USB.img.bz2 > /dev/rdsk/c2t0d0p0
[00:02:01] <TyrfingMjolnir> ?
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[00:05:46] <elegast> would VRRP work ontop of an overlay network?
[00:06:32] <elegast> it relies on protocol id 112 and broadcasting capabilities if i'm not mistaken
[00:06:57] <elegast> vanilla smartos btw
[00:10:35] <elegast> If I understand correctly current vxlan support is limited to unicast IP traffic, but if arp support is worked in, then (ethernet) broadcasting in general should also work, no?
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[00:30:45] <TyrfingMjolnir> lundman: Caius: rmformat shows the path in full
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[00:41:13] <lundman> traditionally, people dd to devices
[00:44:55] <Smithx10> arekinath:  what was rflags?
[00:45:09] <arekinath> I think the off switch is working finally
[00:45:12] <arekinath> maybe
[00:45:45] <arekinath> the cmpq I added to the sysexit trampoline was clobbering bits in rflags
[00:45:52] <arekinath> (the cmpq being used to check whether kpti was on or off)
[00:46:16] <arekinath> sysexit doesn't restore rflags, you have to set it up before you run it, along with rsp and the others
[01:41:20] <LeftWing> elegast: I think it depends on how you're configuring the VXLAN bits.
[01:42:47] <LeftWing> In at least some modes, we fake up ARP replies rather than broadcasting the requests
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[02:14:54] <elegast> LeftWing: I'm using a single VXLAN overlay across 3 nodes with the files/dynamic search plugin. Each node would host a load balancing zone, with floating IPs between them, vrrp would come in for routing the return traffic.
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[02:16:12] <elegast> Im thinking instead I should just seperate the load balancing scheme onto seperate machines using legacy networking, instead of trying to do these things ontop of the overlay networks
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