yan cui | 18 Apr 04:30 2014
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GSOC proposal

Dear all,

    My GSOC 2014 proposal (cpu online offline project) has been updated,
please feel free to give comments. Hope that I can catch the last train.

Thanks, Yan

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Gabor Pali | 17 Apr 20:32 2014
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FreeBSD Quarterly Status Report, January-March 2014

FreeBSD Quarterly Status Report, January-March 2014

   This report covers FreeBSD-related projects between January and March
   2014. This is the first of four reports planned for 2014.

   Note that there is an HTML version available at

       http://www.FreeBSD.org/news/status/report-2014-01-2014-03.html

Introduction

   The first quarter of 2014 was, again, a hectic and productive time for
   FreeBSD. The Ports team released their landmark first quarterly
   "stable" branch. FreeBSD continues to grow on the ARM architecture, now
   running on an ARM-based ChromeBook. SMP is now possible on multi-core
   ARM systems. bhyve, the native FreeBSD hypervisor, continues to
   improve. An integral test suite is taking shape, and the Jenkins
   Continuous Integration system has been implemented. FreeBSD patches to
   GCC are being "forward-ported", and LLDB, the Clang/LLVM debugger is
   being ported. Desktop use has also seen improvements, with work on
   Gnome, KDE, Xfce, KMS video drivers, X.org, and vt, the new console
   driver which supports KMS and Unicode. Linux and Wine binary
   compatibility layers have been improved. UEFI booting support has been
   merged to head. The FreeBSD Foundation continues to assist in moving
   FreeBSD forward, sponsoring conferences and meetings and numerous
   development projects. And these are only some of the things that
   happened! Read on for even more.

   Thanks to all the reporters for the excellent work! This report
   contains 41 entries and we hope you enjoy reading it.
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Andrey Fesenko | 17 Apr 12:10 2014
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SATA2 mode on SATA3 SSD (marvell controller) after boot

Hello,

ada2: <PLEXTOR PX-128M5S 1.05> ATA-8 SATA 3.x device
ada2: 300.000MB/s transfers (SATA 2.x, UDMA6, PIO 8192bytes)

need tuning? or change SSD?

motherboard gigabyte z87mx-d3h all ports SATA-3, port change does not
change the situation

hdd SATA-3 recognized correctly
ada3: <WDC WD30EZRX-00D8PB0 80.00A80> ATA-9 SATA 3.x device
ada3: 600.000MB/s transfers (SATA 3.x, UDMA6, PIO 8192bytes)

another ssd
ada2: <Corsair Neutron SSD M206> ATA-8 SATA 3.x device
ada2: 600.000MB/s transfers (SATA 3.x, UDMA6, PIO 8192bytes)

if disconnect ssd
pr 17 14:07:08 desktop kernel: ahcich3: DISCONNECT requested
Apr 17 14:07:08 desktop kernel: ahcich3: AHCI reset...
Apr 17 14:07:08 desktop kernel: ahcich3: SATA connect timeout
time=10000us status=00000000
Apr 17 14:07:08 desktop kernel: ahcich3: AHCI reset: device not found
Apr 17 14:07:08 desktop kernel: pass3 at ahcich3 bus 0 scbus3 target 0 lun 0
Apr 17 14:07:08 desktop kernel: pass3: <PLEXTOR PX-128M5S 1.05> s/n
P02411112921 detached
Apr 17 14:07:08 desktop kernel: ada3 at ahcich3 bus 0 scbus3 target 0 lun 0
Apr 17 14:07:08 desktop kernel: ada3: <PLEXTOR PX-128M5S 1.05> s/n
P02411112921 detached
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David Chisnall | 17 Apr 10:21 2014
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Ordering for network-sensitive rc scripts

Hi all,

For a little while, I've had an issue with the machine that sits on the edge of my network deciding to start
avahi as soon as a network is available, meaning that it then runs mDNS advertisements on the external
interface and not the wireless one, requiring a manual restart once the machine boots.  I'm now seeing
something similar with pf - it manages to start before the external interface comes up and so silently
ignores all of the rules for routing packets off the network.

Do we have a mechanism for stating that certain services should not be started until ALL of the interfaces
are up, rather than just the first one?  Or even of restarting them when a new network appears?

David

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Vladimir Sharun | 16 Apr 09:29 2014
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Strong memory leak in r264294

Hello there,

We're just put on test e5-1650 with 128Gb RAM 36x1Tb in several zmirrors, 
2 days uptime and:

Mem: 1643M Active, 13G Inact, 96G Wired, 37M Cache, 14G Free
ARC: 48G Total, 30G MFU, 10G MRU, 3296K Anon, 790M Header, 6992M Other
Swap:

Wired minus ARC = 48G, then:

quick calculation on >100M allocations by vmstat -z shows 50938,1M allocated,
all allocations - 52781,73M

Any suggestions where to look at ?

vmstat -z follows:
ITEM                   SIZE  LIMIT     USED     FREE      REQ FAIL SLEEP

UMA Kegs:               384,      0,     204,       6,     204,   0,   0
UMA Zones:             2176,      0,     204,       0,     204,   0,   0
UMA Slabs:               80,      0, 2734199,      51, 3166108,   0,   0
UMA RCntSlabs:           88,      0,    6618,      42,    6618,   0,   0
UMA Hash:               256,      0,       2,      88,      78,   0,   0
4 Bucket:                32,      0,  542671,   33329, 2285367,   0,   0
6 Bucket:                48,      0,   68313,   22572, 1057218,   0,   0
8 Bucket:                64,      0,   30133,   17421,  304455,   0,   0
12 Bucket:               96,      0,    3139,   41879,  329193,   0,   0
16 Bucket:              128,      0,    7288,   88843, 1275015,  11,   0
32 Bucket:              256,      0,   10517,   11878, 2760777,  38,   0
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Sevan / Venture37 | 16 Apr 00:01 2014
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Booting from ZFS root on MBR layout fails on ThinkPad X61s

Hi,
I decided to wipe away the disk in my X61s & start afresh with a new
install of FreeBSD-Current at the same time switching to root on ZFS
(previously /boot was on UFS).
I've been unsuccessful in being able get the system to boot, after
trying various combinations of
https://wiki.freebsd.org/RootOnZFS/ZFSBootPartition I switched back to
using the install menu option & just switching from GPT to MBR
(everything else as default).
Once install completes & the system reboots, the system hangs at a prompt.

I was pointed to a post regarding modifying partition ID's by Allan
Jude as there seems to have been an issue with ThinkPads & FreeBSD in
the past. This also didn't work & caused the system to reset.

What should be my next step for trying to debug this issue?

Sevan / Venture37
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Thomas Mueller | 15 Apr 15:22 2014
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Mysterious crash/freeze in X11 with newcons

I had two crashes, or more accurately, freezes, when web-browsing.

First was with Firefox on an easy National Weather Service page, I was scrolling down with down-arrow key,
and system suddenly froze, no response to keyboard or mouse, display stayed (until I hit Reset). 

uname -a shows

FreeBSD amelia4 11.0-CURRENT FreeBSD 11.0-CURRENT #4 r264310: Thu Apr 10 06:56:03 UTC 2014    
root <at> amelia4:/usr/obj/usr/src/sys/SANDY11NC  amd64

NC in kernel name is for NewCons, SC would be SysCons, and I compiled kernel both ways.

Second was with Midori, actually twice, on a more complex site, 1040now.net :

I checked /var/log/messages, and /var/log/messages.0.bz2, and noticed 

Apr 15 08:29:52 amelia4 kernel: error: [drm:pid806:drm_do_get_edid] *ERROR* VGA-1: EDID block 0 inva
lid.

and a few minutes later,

Apr 15 08:33:58 amelia4 kernel: error: [drm:pid806:drm_do_get_edid] *ERROR* VGA-1: EDID block 0 invalid.
Apr 15 08:33:58 amelia4 kernel: sysmouse: unknown ioctl: t:40007413
Apr 15 08:33:58 amelia4 kernel: sysmouse: unknown ioctl: t:40007413
Apr 15 08:33:58 amelia4 kernel: sysmouse: unknown ioctl: t:80007410

I notice from earlier, and think this must have been the crash with Firefox:

pr 14 23:09:18 amelia4 kernel: error: [drm:pid87853:drm_do_get_edid] *ERROR* VGA-1: EDID block 0 in
valid.
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User Dialup | 12 Apr 18:21 2014

buildworld erro clang lib/clang/libllvmx86disassembler (depend)

hello, I have a problem that might be simple to solve, but I'm not having success ....

# uname -a
FreeBSD learnbsd 11.0-CURRENT FreeBSD 11.0-CURRENT #0 r263202: Sat Mar 15 13:43:38 BRT 2014    
dialup <at> dialup:/usr/obj/usr/src/sys/DIALUP  amd64

# clang -v
FreeBSD clang version 3.4 (tags/RELEASE_34/final 197956) 20140216
Target: x86_64-unknown-freebsd11.0
Thread model: posix
Selected GCC installation: 

# svnlite info
Path: .
Working Copy Root Path: /usr/src
URL: svn://svn.freebsd.org/base/head
Relative URL: ^/head
Repository Root: svn://svn.freebsd.org/base
Repository UUID: ccf9f872-aa2e-dd11-9fc8-001c23d0bc1f
Revision: 264367
Node Kind: directory
Schedule: normal
Last Changed Author: des
Last Changed Rev: 264367
Last Changed Date: 2014-04-12 09:44:09 -0300 (Sat, 12 Apr 2014)

--------------------------------------------------------------
>>> World build started on Sat Apr 12 11:23:58 BRT 2014
--------------------------------------------------------------

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User Dialup | 12 Apr 19:22 2014

teste

teste
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User Dialup | 12 Apr 19:48 2014

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User Dialup | 12 Apr 19:45 2014

teste

teste
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